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Names and nouns are capitalized. If the word or affix before the noun ends with the same letter as the noun starts, it is also capitalized.
 
Names and nouns are capitalized. If the word or affix before the noun ends with the same letter as the noun starts, it is also capitalized.
   
Sif - dog<br>
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Sif - dog<br />
xpyawSif - because of the dog<br>
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xpyawSif - because of the dog<br />
 
xpyaWWienDiksi - because of Winn-Dixie
 
xpyaWWienDiksi - because of Winn-Dixie
   
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*sifqgiaWienDiksi - the dog named Winn-Dixie
 
*sifqgiaWienDiksi - the dog named Winn-Dixie
 
*WienDiksiqgiaSif - Winn-Dixie the dog
 
*WienDiksiqgiaSif - Winn-Dixie the dog
ri - to/for (non-deliberate dative or illative)<br>
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ri - to/for (non-deliberate dative or illative)<br />
 
*risif - to/towards (a/the) dog
 
*risif - to/towards (a/the) dog
   

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How do you make a language which can have entire paragraphs be single words?

Phonology-Orthography-Phonotactics

There are 26 letters, because on a small scale, this is a cipher and a joke. The 26 letters all correspond exactly to the IPA. There are probably rules of the phonotactic persuasion, and they are probably most similar to Georgian. Here are some good examples.

dkt - fly (root)
iioa - contrived sentence for when something bad happens
oiioa - pieces of fecal matter (five syllables)
Xprpnpepb - catamaran

Names and nouns are capitalized. If the word or affix before the noun ends with the same letter as the noun starts, it is also capitalized.

Sif - dog
xpyawSif - because of the dog
xpyaWWienDiksi - because of Winn-Dixie

Single-Sentence Grammar

die - to/for (deliberate dative or illative)

  • dieSif - for the dog

kijw - like/as

  • kijwAryefwib - like the sturgeon
  • kijwdieSiFFudr - as a gift for the dog

xpyaw - because

  • xpyawSif - because of the dog

pviur - on the topic of

  • pviurSif - speaking of the dog

qgia - introduces a name or alternative word to describe something

  • sifqgiaWienDiksi - the dog named Winn-Dixie
  • WienDiksiqgiaSif - Winn-Dixie the dog

ri - to/for (non-deliberate dative or illative)

  • risif - to/towards (a/the) dog

-we - nominalizes unconjugated intransitive verbs to nouns and conjugated intransitive verbs to pronouns

  • wzuarwe - being; one who exists
  • xprpnpepbuwe (xprpnpepb-u-we) - for me (who is) a catamaran
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