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General information[edit | edit source]

Language of the land of Anjelk.

Phonology[edit | edit source]

Consonants[edit | edit source]

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar  Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m /m/ n /n/
Plosive

p /p/

ph /pʰ/

b /b/



bb /b/

t /t/

th /tʰ/

d /d/



dd /d/

k /k/

kh/kʰ/

g /g/

gg /g/

Fricative b /β/ v /v/ d /ð/

s /s/

ss /z/

z /ʃ/

sz /ʒ/

g /ɣ/ x /χ/ h /h/
Affricate

tz /tʃ/

ğ /dʒ/

Approximant

l /l/

ll /ɫ/

i /j/ w /w/
Trill
Flap or tap r /r/ ř /ʀ/
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap

Vowels[edit | edit source]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
Close

i / i /

y /y/

j / i: /

u /u/
Near-close
Close-mid

e / e /

ø / ø /

o / o /
Mid ø, ę (unstressed) / ə /
Open-mid
Near-open ę / æ /
Open a   / a /

Alphabet[edit | edit source]

Phonotactics[edit | edit source]

Grammar[edit | edit source]

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No No No No No No
Nouns No No No No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No No No No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


NOUNS / NAMA[edit | edit source]

-The basic singular form of a noun always ends in a consonant. This form is used for the definite singular subject.

-Its plural is made up by adding an -a.

-Nouns have no gender.

CASES[edit | edit source]

-Nouns adopt different endings depending on the function they perform within the sentence:

Example: hynt (dog)

Singular

Plural

SUBJECT

hynt

hynta

DIRECT OBJECT

hyntai 

hyntia 

INDIRECT OBJECT

hyntyl 

hyntial 

GENITIVE

hyntyr 

hyntiar 

COMPLEMENT

hynt

hyntaw 

-Indefiniteness is expressed by the suffix -ik, as seen.-There are no articles to express definiteness.

-There are no prepositions. Suffixes are used instead, added to the definite or indefinit basic form:

Type

Singular

Plural

Meanings

Direction

-win

-awin

To, towards

Goal, purpose

-itz

-atz

To, for

Presence

-irno

-arno

In the presence of

Instrument

-iets

-iats

With

Opposition

-ivo

-avo

Against

Position

-no

-ano

In, on, at

Time

-iz

-az

In, on, at

Intermediate

-irtho

-artho

Between

Ending

-ivt

-avt

Until

Cause

-inko

-anko

Because of

Agent

-iph

-aph

By

Crossing

-ihno

-ahno

Through

Dependance

-im

-am

According to

Absence

-wer

-war

Without

Concern

-issk

-assk

About

Origin

-izko

-azko

From

PRONOUNS / KERNAMA[edit | edit source]

Subject DO IO Gt Compl.
I Urk Kun Kyl Kyr Urko
You Nark Nass Nyl Nyr Narko
He Dur Hur Hwil Hwir Huro
She Dass Hass Hail Hair Hasso
It Din Hin Hyl Hyr Hino
We Kurna Kia Kial Kiar Kurnaw
You Narka Nia Nial Niar Narkaw
They Da Hia Hial Hiar Haw

ADJECTIVES / ANNAMA[edit | edit source]

-Adjectives are formed with the ending -e.

-Adjectives agree in number and case with the noun they define and they are usually located after it:

Example: hynt hroke (black dog)

Singular

Plural

SUBJECT

hynt hroke

hynta hrokwa

DIRECT OBJECT

hyntai hrokie

hyntia hrokwe

INDIRECT OBJECT

hyntyl hrokle (1 cons. exc. l)

talyl vroddniel (2 cons. or l)

hyntial  hrokiwl

GENITIVE

hyntyr hrokre (1 con. exc. r)

talyr vroddnier (2 cons. or r)

hyntiar hrokiwr

COMPLEMENT

hynto hrokio

hyntitz hrokio

hyntaw hrokiw

hyntitza hrokiw


COMPARATIVE ADJECTIVES[edit | edit source]

Equality: -erze bi.... 

Ke dom sev daherze bi en (My house is as big as yours.)

Superiority: -enke xę...

Ke dom sev dahenke xę en. (My house is bigger than yours)

Inferiority: -ense xę...

Ke dom sev dahense xę en. (My house is less big than yours)

POSSESSION / BYNĞ[edit | edit source]

Possessive Adjectives Possesive Pronouns
my ke kyr
your ne nyr
his hwire hwir
her hare har
its hre hyr
our kiare kiar
your niare niar
their hiare hiar

VERBS / KORHA[edit | edit source]

Infinitive: formed by adding the endig -an to the basic noun form.

Gerund: formed by adding the endig -ak to the basic noun form.

Past Partciple: formed by adding the endig -ath to the basic noun form.

Noun Infinitive Gerund Past Participle

přatz (love)

přatzan (to love)

přatzak (loving)

přatzath (loved)


IMPERATIVE
Singular přatzy
Plural přatzyn


All verbs are conjugated in a single and regular conjugation, both in indicative and subjunctive mode.

INDICATIVE

Present Past Future Conditional
1st person singular přatzu přatzwe přatzanu přatzaku
2nd person singular přatzesk přatzwesk přatzanesk přatzakesk
3rd person singular přatzev přatzwev přatzanev přatzakev
1st person plural přatzem přatzwem přatzanem přatzakem
2nd person plural přatzet přatzwet přatzanet přatzaket
3rd person plural přatzein přatzwein přatzanein přatzakein


SUBJUNCTIVE Present Past Future
1st person singular přatzju přatzwej přatzanju
2nd person sing. přatzjesk přatzwejsk přatzanjesk
3rd person singular přatzjev přatzwejv přatzanjev
1st person plural přatzjem přatzwejm přatzanjem
2nd person plural přatzjet přatzwejt přatzanjet
3rd person plural přatzjein přatzwejn přatzanjein

Compound tenses are formed with the conjugation of the auxiliary verb dan and the past participle of the main verb

INDICATIVE Present Perfect

Past Perfect

Future Perfect

Conditional Perfect

1st sing. du přatzath dwe přatzath danu přatzath daku přatzath
2nd sing. desk přatzath dwesk přatzath danesk přatzath dakesk přatzath
3rd sing. dev přatzath dwev přatzath  danev přatzath dakev přatzath
1st pl. dem přatzath dwem přatzath danem přatzath dakem přatzath
2nd pl. det přatzath dwet přatzath danet přatzath daket přatzath
3rd pl. dein přatzath dwein přatzath danein přatzath dakein přatzath
SUBJUNCTIVE

Present Perfect

Past Perfect Future Perfect
1st person sing. dju přatzath dwej přatzath danju přatzath
2nd person sing. djesk přatzath dwejsk přatzath danjesk přatzath
3rd person sing. djev přatzath dwejv přatzath danjev přatzath
1st person plural djem přatzath dwejm přatzath danjem přatzath
2nd person plural djet přatzath dwejt přatzath danjet přatzath
3rd person plural djein přatzath dwejn přatzath danjein přatzath


Verbos modales / Korha ęnantwa

Modal verbs can be conjugated following the general rules. They are followed by the main verb in infinitive. If there is a pronoun with the function of Direct Object, it is usually placed in between.

Modal Verbs Meaning
Kynan Ability, Capacity (Can, Be Able to)
Poissan Possibility, Permission (Can, May, Allow)
Dęrtan Obligation (Must, Have to)
Vuhgan Advice (Should)
Liehnan Supposition (Must)
Vęrzan Necessity (Need)
Kan Intention (Be Going to)

Vocabulary[edit | edit source]


No. English Anjelkish
1Iurk
2you (singular)nark
3hedur
4wekurna
5you (plural)narka
6theyda
7thisarte
8that
9herehi
10theredi
11whothagg
12whatxen
13wherehekri
14whengarmi
15howbi
16notta
17allręss
18manyhağe
19somehgor
20fewzağe
21other
22onehrejn
23twodwin
24threetar
25fournęren
26fivefirtz
27bigdahe
28longlune
29widewerne
30thickfynke
31heavy
32smallelhe
33shortkallne
34narrow
35thinlime
36womanhamdass
37man (adult male)hamdur
38man (human being)ham
39childnalham
40wife
41husband
42mothermam
43fathervaph
44animalnirz
45fishnasz
46birdrylt
47cat
48doghynt
49louse
50snakesjsser
51worm
52treegasz
53forestgaszdehn
54stick
55fruitvryht
56seed
57leaf
58root
59bark
60flowergřjver
61grass
62rope
63skin
64meatvjhn
65bloodvęll
66bone
67fat
68egg
69horn
70tail
71feather
72hair
73headhress
74earřøm
75eyehyll
76nosevlegg
77mouthmuz
78tooth
79tonguellanh
80fingernail
81footvurt
82leg
83knee
84handkal
85wing
86belly
87guts
88neck
89back
90breast
91heartudderen
92liver
93drinkdrijkan
94eatisstan
95bite
96suck
97spit
98vomit
99blow
100breathe
101laughihran
102seeanan
103hear
104knowkaran
105thinkğan
106smell
107fear
108sleepszaran
109livenyrnan
110diederkan
111killraxnan
112fightphallan
113huntsijğan
114hit
115cutkran
116splitøğelhan
117stab
118scratch
119dig
120swim
121fly
122walk
123comemyszan
124lie
125sit
126stand
127turn
128fallvtossnahan
129givemergan
130hold
131squeeze
132rub
133wash
134wipe
135pull
136push
137throw
138tie
139sew
140count
141sayman
142singvejnan
143playhuvan
144float
145flow
146freeze
147swell
148sunhank
149moonszęn
150star
151wateravlir
151rainkørhan
152riverhrul
153lake
154seağal
155salt
156stone
157sandaren
158dust
160earthez
161cloudruhvel
162fog
163skyęmaz
164windvynd
165snow
166ice
167smoke
168fire
169ash
170burn
171road
172mountainvrihęk
173redrazne
174greenhryne
175yellowkurme
176whitevasse
177blackhroke
178nightnett
179daytal
180yearphen
181warmlarke
182coldkihle
183full
184newnove
185old
186goodgudde
187badogge
188rotten
189dirty
190straight
191round
192sharp
193dull
194smooth
195wet
196dry
197correct
198nearmaři
199farkajini
200right
201left
202at
203in
204with
205and
206if
207because
208name


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