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Adren
Adrenå
Type
Synthetic
Alignment
Nominative-Acusative
Head direction
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
4
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



General information[edit | edit source]

Adren is a very important language spoken on the Tigra Planet . It had been playing an important role in this planet growth and develop, and now it is spoken by almost 5 billions of humans.


There are two types of adren: 

  1. Logical adren, it have almost the same latin alphabet but with some additional letters.
  2. Vulgarian adren, it uses the letters from chirilic alphabet.

Logical adren is more used in the north of Tigra, but vulgarian adren is like a dialect, not really used today.

History[edit | edit source]

It is a combination of Enliten (the first language of the Mars planet), Vilsitus (an anarchic dialect first spoken on a planet of Vega) and English (a dead language which was spoken on the Earth until it was distroyed). 

Phonology[edit | edit source]

Consonants[edit | edit source]

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ng
Plosive b/p t/d
Fricative dh ş hr h
Affricate ţ
Approximant j
Trill
Flap or tap
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.

Lateral flap

Some letters translated in IPA:


  1. /sh/ is H
  2. /dh/ is Z[1]
  3. /ş/ is ʃ
  4. /ng/ is ɲ
  5. /hr/ is ʁ
  6. /ţ/ is ts

Vowels[edit | edit source]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
Close i ɨ

[2] ʉ

u
Near-close
Close-mid Ø
Mid
Open-mid ʌ
Near-open æ
Open a


Alphabet[edit | edit source]

Phonotactics[edit | edit source]

Grammar[edit | edit source]

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No Yes No No No No
Nouns No No No No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns Yes No No No No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No

Nouns[edit | edit source]

Determiners[edit | edit source]

The determiners are <whic>, <dhis>, and <dhat>, meaning "which", "this", and "that", respectively, are placed before the noun. A short form exists for the special words in the following table, although the full form can still be used.

Determiner whic
which
dhis
this
dhat
that
Person qiu
who
-
this person
-
that person
Thing ciu
what
skeils
this thing
skeilses
that thing
Time ciuen
when
abåt
now
abådhen
that time
Location ciuer
where
hir
here
detter
there
Reason ciuai
why
-
this reason
-
that reason
Determiner ori
any
hele
all
onse
some
yke
none
Person oriqiu
anybody
heleqiu
everybody
onseqiu
somebody
ykeqiu
nobody
Thing

oriciu

(oriskeils)
anything || heleciu

(heleskeils)
everything || onseciu

(onskeils)
something || ykeciu

(noskeils)
nothing

Time oriciuen
anytime
heleciuen
always
onseciuen
sometime

ykeciuen

(nevehr)
never

Location oriciuer
anywhere
heleciuer
everywhere
onseciuer
somewhere
ykeciuer
nowhere

Note that the determiner for non-existance uses the word for "zero", s

Tenses[edit | edit source]

Tense Example English

Parfekte

Oi xatais wented hiuzet.

I had gone home

Paestfekte

Oi xater wented hiuzet. I have gone home.
Perfekte Oi wentais hiuzet. I went home.
Prezent

Oi wenter.

I, you, he, we... are going
Fudhår Oi moher'wententa 'hiuzet. I will go home.
Inperatif

Scoic, gewent hiuzet! *

Went hiuzet, ilf tu volerer...

Man, go home!

Go home, just if you want to.

              * The verbal form "gewent" emphatise how bad things could go if you don't go home. 

Vocabulary[edit | edit source]


No. English Adren
1IOi
2you (singular)Ta
3heJi
4weSum
5you (plural)Tum
6theyJum Jam
7thisdhis
8thatdhat
9hereHir
10thereDetter
11who
12whatCiu
13whereCiuer
14whenCiuen
15howCium
16notYk/Ne
17all
18many
19some
20few
21otherAenoder
22oneOns
23twoDu
24threeDrua
25fourQatr
26fiveTort
27bigGreat
28longLengf
29wideWelif
30thick
31heavyNardæt
32smallMit
33short
34narrow
35thin
36womanFemare
37man (adult male)Barbare
38man (human being)
39childPupilosh
40wife
41husband
42motherMum
43fatherTrudi (Trud)
44animalDirar
45fishFiush
46birdFiogel
47cat
48dogCutz
49louse
50snakeSærpens
51wormViermær
52treeBæe
53forestSkog
54stick
55fruitOpst
56seedSæmand
57leafLan
58rootRioter
59bark
60flowerGlocsin
61grassGraiv
62rope
63skinPelen
64meatMät
65bloodSanguæ
66boneBon
67fat
68eggEigi
69horn
70tailMunina
71feather
72hairChap
73headCaput
74earOmanita
75eyeOcki
76noseMana
77mouthGurkå
78toothTanoh
79tongueLanguæ
80fingernail
81foot
82leg
83knee
84hand
85wing
86belly
87guts
88neck
89back
90breast
91heart
92liver
93drink
94eat
95bite
96suckSugen
97spitSpiut
98vomit
99blow
100breathe
101laughLagten
102seeRetfaien
103hear
104knowWibåren
105think
106smellMirosaten
107fear
108sleepSlepen
109live
110dieMuren
111kill
112fight
113hunt
114hit
115cutKaten
116split
117stab
118scratch
119dig
120swim
121flyVolanten
122walk
123come
124lie
125sit
126standLenen
127turn
128fall
129give
130hold
131squeeze
132rub
133wash
134wipe
135pullTragen
136push
137throw
138tie
139sew
140count
141saySairen
142singSingen
143playDoken
144float
145flow
146freeze
147swell
148sunDimans
149moonAnuna
150starStarn
151waterAtzå
151rainRäig
152river
153lake
154sea
155salt
156stoneTein
157sandSilesm
158dust
160earth
161cloudWloud
162fog
163skySqi
164wind
165snowSnej
166ice
167smoke
168fireFliosk
169ash
170burn
171road
172mountainMont
173redUshor
174greenMan
175yellowGål
176whiteWhitå
177blackWåcs
178nightDru
179dayDej
180year
181warmCalant
182cold
183fullHele
184newNiü
185oldVio
186goodBod
187bad
188rotten
189dirty
190straight
191round
192sharp
193dull
194smooth
195wetWeassen
196dryDrien
197correct
198near
199far
200rightRait
201leftVenstrit
202atPela
203inInen
204withWidh
205andAnd
206ifIlf
207becauseFar
208nameNaan

Numbers[edit | edit source]

Cardinal - Ordinal

  1. Ons - Porster
  2. Du - Dubster
  3. Drua - Drurster
  4. Quat - Quater
  5. Tort - Torter
  6. Sinc - Sinxter
  7. Setem - Setemster
  8. Aht - Ahtster
  9. Noin - Noinster
  10. Tin - Tinster
  11. Elfi - Elfister
  12. Tælfi - Tælfister
  13. Drulf -Drulfster
  14. Qualf - Qualfster
  15. Torælf - Torælfster
  16. Sinælf - Sinælfster
  17. Setelf - Setelfster
  18. Ahtælf - Ahtælfster
  19. Noinælf - Noinælfster
  20. Dutin - Dutinster
  21. Dutinæons - Dutinæporster !
  22. Dutinædu - Dutinædubster
  23. Druti (30) - Drutister
  24. Drutiætort  - Drutiætorter
  25. Quatti (40)- Quattister
  26. Tortti - Torttister
  27. Sincti - Sinctister
  28. Ahtti - Ahttister
  29. Nointi - Nointister


Here are some bigger numbers:

  • One hundred Ons shunder - Ons shunderster
  • One thousand Ons dhiusen - Ons dhiusenster
  • One million Ons milion - Ons milionster


Number formation:

One thousand two hundred and fifty-five

Ons dhiusen du shunder torttiætort - Ons dhiusen du shunder torttiætorter

Example text[edit | edit source]

Simple example[edit | edit source]

I am so tired! I will go to sleep right now!

Oi eta ece soo oiodit! Oi mog wententa ta slep oiven abåt.

Another example[edit | edit source]

Romania is a state situated in the south-east part of Central Europe, on the inferior basin of Donau, at north of Balkan Peninsula and at north-west shore of Blue Sea.

Romånha ecer a stat situatet inen sors øst pairt åw Sehtpy Europæ, on dhå inferior curgeh åw Donav, pela nors åw Balkanic Peninland an pela Negrito Sæ nors wost shor. On xum ariæ ecer situatet alemost då totall Donav Delt surface an sors an sehtpyal pairt åw Carp Montes. Xu abut wid Bugarija pela sors, wid Serbija pela sors, wid Hungarija pela nors wost, wid Ukrajina pela nors ost and wid Moldovæ Tzarat pela ost, an Wåcs Sæ shor pela sors ost.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights:[edit | edit source]

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Hele då scoics ecer fohet fre an eqval inen vårskeils an raits.  Xim ecer dotat abå rajskeils an konscenskeils an shuder actien-se ons abå ænoder inen då streist åw bhorlskeils.

In old adren:

Hellas scoxa eta da ecen boret frax en eghial ine veerthshel en rixtaes. Hiium eta ecen dodadet wih raxshel en conscenshel en treabaer seh actien uns wih ænøder ine straista euv bhroderlshel. 

Adren literature[edit | edit source]

Beautiful Girl, by Ardy Kurid

There was, as in the fairy tales,

As ne'er in the time's raid,

There was, of famous royal blood

A most beautiful maid.


Drån fæhr, bai Ardy Kurid


Eta da ecen qu talkskeilsis

Eta da ecen qu nevehr

Fhrom great rudë împerorskeils

A verë drån fæhr

If you can, try to translate :D[edit | edit source]

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