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Asberran is an artlang dedicated to the fictional world called Asberra. There are no loanwords, (with exceptions of words that are inspired by other languages) since it is considered globally spoken. The endonym of Asberran is Aspweroth (or Asperoth, depending on how you romanize it.)
Classification and Dialects
Asberran has very few dialects, they will not be covered.
Asberran has a (C)²V(C)3 syllable structure, which is considered moderate.
Plosives before the vowels ï /ɨ/ or o /ɒ/ become voiced. (/t/ becomes [d] and /pʷ/ becomes [bʷ])
Asberran's orthography is non-featural, and all lines are straight.
|Letter||zh||r||t||o||a||ch||sh||p or pw||u||ö||th||s|
|Letter||n||e||kh||i||v||ï or eu||g||š or sl|
Nouns have 5 cases, Nominative, Accusative, Genitive, Dative, and Instrumental.
The accusative case adds the suffix -g, the genitive case does the same thing as the nominative case, which is nothing, the dative case removes the last letter and adds the suffix
-tos, and the instrumental case ablauts the first vowel to /i/, and /iu/ if /i/ is already there.
The instrumental case makes the verb have to agree by suffixing /i/ onto it.
Asberran uses VOS word order, and adjectives go after the nouns they modify.
Asberran is considered to have a rich vocabulary.
One word includes the adjective ivatas, meaning dim.
I speak Asberran. English
pwach aspweroth ešakh Asberran