Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 0%
Nouns 0%
Verbs 0%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words of 1500
Creator [[User:|]]

Classification and Dialects[edit | edit source]

Phonology[edit | edit source]

Consonants[edit | edit source]

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Flap or tap
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap

Vowels[edit | edit source]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back

Phonotactics[edit | edit source]

Pronunciation[edit | edit source]

Letter a á b c d e é ë f g h i
Sound A as in Day ah as in fair B Sea Dee E as in Equal eh as in meh EEE as in green Ph as in Phisical G as in grey, never gain silent unless it starts that word EYE
Letter í ï j k l m n o ó ö p q
Sound ih as in hit Fried as in jalapenos, never Jacob k as in Celtic L mmmh N O as in No oh as in slew Ooo as in moon Pee Cue
Letter r s t u ú v w x y z æ
Sound rey as in grey s as in Estuary T as in tears,  U as in You Uh as in Duh V as in Elven W as in way, never wuh x as in axe Y is always silent Z as in wizard  Alternative sound for Ay, as in Grey

Grammar[edit | edit source]

Nouns- Conjugated by relation and number, not gender(nésa-nya= My sister, nesan-nyan, My sisters.) The Ending of the noun changes based on plurality, and the ending of the noun. 


My: -nya

Yours: -cera

Ours: -mas

Theirs: -yis

His/Hers: -jah

-n: Plural ending for words that end with a vowel( nesan-nyan , My sisters.)

-as: Plural ending for words that end in a consonant. (toronas-nyas, my brothers)                 Formula: If the ending ends with a vowel in the consonant noun form, you drop the natural vowel to replace it with the proper ending. The opposite is also true===

Verbs: Conjugated by subject as a suffix, stacking with the noun ending rules

You form: -awn

I form: -din

We Form: -nos

He, She, it ; -cal

They Form: -lom

Helping verbs precede the action or linking verb===

In the situational tense of naming, the ending for "One Who _____s," is evod if it ends with a consonant, or vod if it ends with a vowel Ex: One Who Kills: Matevod

===Syntax UK English Grammar rules===

To transition from Verb form to noun form: If it ends with a Vowel, add an -r, then follow noun rules If it ends with a consonant, add -ien 

Lexicon[edit | edit source]

Part 1: Verbs Aish: Live Ex: Aishdin= I live Morc: Die Ex: Morclom= They Die Nien: Fight Ex: Niennos= We fight Niwi: Lose Ex: Niwical= He/She Loses Dash: Win Ex: Dashawn= You win Nam: Burn/burns Ex: Namcal= He/she burns Mat: Kills 

Esh: Eats Tiri: Drinks Leer: Reads Pran: Jokes, especially in a sardonic way Estem: Hopes{verb}(Ester is hope{noun}) Fevo: Dreams{verb}(Dream{noun} is Fevor) Tolk: Speaks(Tolkien is Speech) Celt: Grows Nimo: Shrinks Efel: Works Gæl: Plays(musically) Liyn: Sings Shol: Casts(Fishing or a spell) Ræm: Weeps Amyá: Loves(Platonically) Grádh: Loves(Romantically) Grahy: Hates Sidlák: Dislikes Vert: Lies Bifs: Literally "Honests," preferably "tells the truth" Bóws: Hunts Snoc: Shoots Orvi: Flies(verb) B: Linking Verbs

Der= Is Derdin: I am Derawn: You are Derlom: They Are

Example text[edit | edit source]

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.