Arlesong Note is a song dialect used in the fan world of Ari'Ve. It is a dialect used among Clusternia Note, Alvuren, Neonova and Ve'Cyel by the Hymmniel Clan's Song Magic.
History[edit | edit source]
Writing[edit | edit source]
Emotions[edit | edit source]
|1st Marker: Level||2nd Marker: Emotion||3rd Marker: Desirability|
E.g. Yhu yira ygy (I feel so much happiness, and this happiness fuels/empowers me)
As always, the default subject is the singer, who is usually represented and made known by "I, me". The 1st person view is always the default subject.
Grammar[edit | edit source]
|S:ADDR||Soul Address||Represents the Soulspace Address Code. Usually used when specifying the address and location of an individual's Soulspace.|
|ESC||Ee-es-see||A term not used commonly, it stands for "Energy Signature Code".|
Sentence Structure and Grammar Elements[edit | edit source]
Arlesong Note is generally written like this: (Subject)(Verb)(Object)(Compound), but it can also be written in plain form, which is used more preferably by many.
Adjectives and Adverbs[edit | edit source]
Like English, adjectives are placed behind nouns, and the same rule applies for adverbs with verbs.
|For vowel-ending words||For consonant-ending words|
|Turning into an adjective||-iery||-dabe|
|Turning into an adverb||-iale||-kate|
Ownership[edit | edit source]
In Arlesong, there are suffix forms that express ownership between certain targets/objects. The firs noun is the "owner", and the second noun is the "owned".
|Forms||for vowel-ending words||for consonant-ending words|
|Ownership between two objects (inanimate)||-lei||-ara|
|Ownership between an inanimate (object) and an animate (living being)||-scha||-eli|
Particles, Suffixes, Prefixes and Prepositions[edit | edit source]
Adjectives, Adverbs and Verbs into Nouns (Suffix Form)[edit | edit source]
|creator of~/source of~||-sel||-tol||-yil||Can attach the meaning of "creator", "heart/source".|
|state form of~/result~||-seri||-tori||-yiri||turns a word into a word that states the status/form of someone/something. E.g.: "restore" -> "restored"|
|something/someone that does or is~||-se||-to||-yi|
|something used in method/process~||-ses||-tos||-yis|
|location form of~||-serta||-torta||-yirta||can turn a word into a place with many meanings. For example: "divine" -> "heavens"/"dreaming" -> "subconsciousness" et cetera|
Time Tense Suffixes[edit | edit source]
|Words ending with vowels||Words ending with consonants||Meaning|
|Imperative||-ios||-los||Now + Command Form|
|Desirative||"I want to~"|
|Request||-iara||-lara||please~ + (command), "I beg you"|
|Present-Progressive / Continuous||-ijel||-jel||(xxx)-ing (Currently in progress)|
|Conditional||I would~, I could~|
|Noun => Verb Prefixes|
|Class||For vowel-starting words||For consonant-starting words||Meaning|
|to do (xxx)~||dir-||eora-||the most simplest form.|
|to cause (xxx)~|
|to go into a state of~/to put in a state of~ (xxx)||undergo a state of (xxx)|
|to become~ (xxx)||elis-||que-||it means to become (xxx)|
|to be like~ (xxx)||rel-||resha-||usually can be used for "like" and "as"/for comparison.|
Let's use 2 of the Arlesong words as an example: 'hysel' and 'hyrdde'. Both verbs have the same meaning of "to sing", but they belong into 2 separate family of words.
If we want to indicate that the former is in the future tense, then we would use 'dir' because 'hysel' is a word that ends with a consonant(al sound). The time tense is attached by replacing the last letter of the word with the suffix. This rule not only applies to consonantal sounds, but also to words with vowel sounds at the end as well.
E.g. (for words with a consonant at the end) hysel (sing) -> hysedir (shall/will sing)
E.g. (for words with a vowel at the end) hyrdde (sing) -> hyrddiria (shall/will sing)
You've also noticed another part of the table that says Noun to Verb, yes? That part of the table was once used long ago, but after the development of the time tense suffixes (which is shown on the upper part of the table), the Noun -> Verb element was dropped and replaced. However, it is still used, though not as much as time prefixes. They are only used for certain circumstances in a sentence.
Yexelions[edit | edit source]
Yexelions (translation: 3 Trail Effect) are words that describe/affect the word they are placed behind, and several Yexelions have 3 forms: one is obviously preposition, and the other two are suffix and prefix forms. The reason for the name is because of the 3 forms it can take.
|Type of Yexelion||Effect||Form||Preposition||Prefix||Suffix|
|Negation||Indicates that the singer/subject is not performing the action||noz|
|Reflexive||Indicates that the singer is invoking the action directly upon him/herself.||re|
|Subject||Indicates the word is of importance and "pronoun-like" meaning.||rane||no|
|Partitive||Is equivalent to the English "some". Not very used commonly.||soru||yes|
|Single Definite||Equivalent to the English "the". Not always used if not important; sometimes used for words important to the song or line.||de|
|Single Indefinite||Equivalent to the English "a, an".||su|
Lexicon[edit | edit source]
To see the words of Arlesong Note, click here. Arlesong Note/Lexicon