Word derivation process[edit | edit source]

Words are formed mainly from others by the addition of prefixes and suffixes to the main stem. Bellow is a list of the suffixes and prefixes used in the Ancient Khronos language.

Suffixes
-menis used to transform an adjective into an adverb
-imus superlative suffix
-ologis science, study
-is
-ar
-ae
-em
Prefix
pre- before
un- undo, opposed idea
post- after
proli-
somni-

Nouns[edit | edit source]

Adjectives and adverbs[edit | edit source]

Pronouns[edit | edit source]

Verbs[edit | edit source]

Verbs are complex and inflect for tense(present, past and future), mood(subjunctive, imperative, indicative and aorist), aspect(perfect and imperfect), number(singular, dual and plural) and person. It also has 4 verbal voices(active, medial, reflexive and passive).

See bellow the conjugation patterns for all regular verbs:

Active voice
Mood Indicative Subjunctive Imperative Aorist
Tense Pres. Perf. Past Imperf. Past Fut Cond. Pres. Past. Fut Aorist Past
Igō -oi -obi -ei -ero -erio -a -astoi -er - -aro
Tv -asi -abi -abe -erasi -eriase -es -astasi -eres -ai -ares
Aftē -as -aba -ov -eras -erias -e -astas -ere -ei -are
Nōi -amo -abamo -emo -eramo -eriamo -ema -astamo -erema -amote -arema
Enō -aste -abaste -ameste -eraste -eriaste -ete -asaste -erete -asete -arete
Aftēs -ani -abani -amani -erani -eriane -eni -asani -ereni -one -areni
Medial voice(Narrative voice)
Mood Indicative Subjunctive Imperative Aorist
Tense Pres. Past Pres. Past Past
Igō
Tv
Aftē
Nōi
Enō
Aftēs

Prepositions[edit | edit source]

Interjections[edit | edit source]

Conjunctions[edit | edit source]

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