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NOTE: High Ruetrique is a WORK IN PROGRESS! The language is still in its very early stages, and drastic changes may happen at any time.

Afenne Rẁetrỳqqe
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Initial
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations Yes
Genders None
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Meta-information
Progress 36%
Statistics
Nouns 50%
Verbs 58%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 47%
Words 14 of 1500
Creator Evie Vapoura

The flag of Rẁetrøqỳa

General Information

Aҵenne Rẁetrỳqqe (anglicised Athenne Ruetrique, translated High Ruetrique, New Ruetrique or Neo-Ruetrique), or simply Rẁetrỳqqe[note 1], is the national language of Rẁetrøqỳa[note 2].

Phonology

Consonants

Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m n
Stop p ʈ ɖ q ʔ
Fricative β s ɕ ʑ ʁ
Approximant (w) ʋ j w
Trill ʀ
Lateral app. ʟ

Vowels

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i u
Near-high ɪ
High-mid e ø ɵ
Mid
Low-mid ɛ ʌ ɔ
Near-low æ
Low ä ɒ

Phonotactics

The syllable structure is (C)(C)V(N)(C)(C)(E). C represents any consonant including y and w (accented forms disallowed), V represents any vowel excluding y and w (accented forms allowed), N represents a nasal consonant like n or m, and E represents an e.

Writing System

Letter Aa Ee Yy Oo Ww Bb Dd Ɂɂ (7) (') Ƶƶ (J) (ZH) Kk Ll Mm
Sound /ä/ /ɛ/ /j/ /o̞/ /w/ /b̪/ /ɖ/ /ʔ/ /ʑ/ /q/ /ʟ/ /m/
Letter Nn Pp Qq (KH) Rr Tt Vv Zz Ҵҵ (TH) Ʃʃ (SH)
Sound /n/ /p/ /qh/ /ʀ/ (start of word)

/ʀ/ (double)

/ʁ/ (elsewhere)

/ʈ/ /β/ (start of word)

/β/ (double)

/ʋ/ (elsewhere)

/z/ (after voiced phoneme)

/s/ (after voiceless phoneme)

/s/ (start of word)

/ɕ/ /ɕ/
Letter Àà (A:) Èè

(E:)

Ỳỳ

(Y:)

Òò

(O:)

Ẁẁ

(W:)

Ⱥⱥ (AE) Ɇɇ* Ɏɏ* Øø (OE) VꝞvꝟ*
Sound /ɒ/ /e/ /i/ or /ɪ/ /ɔ/ /u/ or /ʌ/ /æ/ /ɵ/ /ɪ/ /ø/ /ʌ/

Letters in parentheses generally serve for alternate ways of writing; for example, dⱥẁz (two) can be written as daew:z if you don't want to copy and paste characters every single time. Letters may also be substituted for aesthetic purposes, for example, rⱥq (hot) can be written as rⱥkh even though you can find Q on a normal keyboard.

Letters with an asterisk are very rare, and another letter is usually used instead.

Grammar

Aҵenne_Rẁetrỳqqe/Grammar

Lexicon

Aҵenne_Rẁetrỳqqe/Lexicon

Example text

Notes

  1. Ruetrique
  2. Ruetriquia or Ruetroequia