Anara Land

The Anara language is a mixed a priori/ a posteriori language, it is an SVO language. Anara is also a mostly isolating language. It is also a head final language.The main sources for the vocabulary are Proto Austronesian, Manchu, Ainu and only a bit of Tocharian, this language has also some Bantu influence since it is spoken in the same area as the constructed Bantu languages Fangwa and Qolape.

The Anara language is distantly related to the Linisi and Chatsa languages. All these 3 languages have vocabulary of Austronesian origin but Anara has the lowest amount. Anara also has an SVO word order in contrast to Linisi VSO and Chatsa SOV although it is thought that Chatsa got this form Zorlu that used to be SOV.

The Anara also had started a new adventure on planet Icolliond Planet where they settled on area B11 but they abandoned this land because they were not very adventurous.

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Second map. New Anara land


Ba = I

Di =  You

Fu = He/She/It

Plural pronouns are formed by adding the particle tsa, There are two forms of 'we' in Anara: 'Batsa' = we (inclusive: you and I); 'Bayu'= we (exclusive: he or she and I); 'Ditsa'= you (plural). 'Futsa' = they


1= za, 2= vi, 3= ru, 4= pa, 5= ni, 6= mu, 7= la, 8= ki, 9= gu, 10= zaha, 100= zasi; 1000= zayu

Anara knows three tenses:: present, past and future tense, these tenses are marked bij the following particles: 'zu= present tense, 'xi'= past tense and 'ta'= future tense.

The verb is negated by the particle 'ka'.

The question particle is 'li'.

New Anara Land on Icolliond planet


dika = cook; šutapo = friend; hendo = to say/to speak; áwilo = man, zíbata = tail; imara = to see; tsata = snake; sabila = child; luture = boy; tsipe = fish; šunki = king; coko = chicken; nyompo = cow, inka= dog; ruwa = water; wekwa = to speak; mori = horse; anbu = people; jaya= to understand; tsise = house; sanza = to love; makatsi = girl; pirka = good; weile = to build, gene = to go, ara = to write; tembi = egg, sarga = woman; weiho = boat; rushe = to work; ampane = bed; togo = name; baboy = pig; sapoy = fire, zenga = to be drunk; mima = to drink; lomi = person

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Ba zu hendo Anara gandu = I speak the Anara language

Áwilo zu mima ruwa = (the) man drinks water