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Auien
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Alignment
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations Yes
Genders 3 (male, female, neun)
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Auien

Auien is a conlang made my dantecartografo wich is the opposite of abyad, wich means the letters are only vowels. the consonants are represented with accentmarks.

its script was also used to write ninez

Vowels (Auien Writing system)[]

there are 7 main vowels (u, e, i, o, y, ϙ & j) that theyre sounds are shown in the table bellow. there are 2 extra letters (ə & ʔ), ʔ is used for cases that there's a consonant next to another (example: break) and schwa Is a vowels used rarely

Sounds are bellow:

PronunciationsTable
Name IPA uieʔ͂ Latin Translation
alften (aʔ̊'̻ĕɴ) a u a
igota (iô̬ŭ) i i i
erun (eȗʔ̃) ɛ / e e e
onej (oʔ̃e'̞) ɔ / o o o
ulsis u y u
womeg w / (uv, when is onfront of another consnant) ϙ w
jot j j y
slowach ə / e ə ə
eichi ʔ '
LIGNATURES
ƣ ou

"""Accent marks (Auien Writing system)"""[]

the accentmarks are used as consonants, some of them are are two accent marks, but still is 1 sound.

the acute has the "b" sound, as in boat (ú, pronounced as ba) but the grave makes the "d" sound, as in duck (ù sounds like da) so úù in Auien Is spelled like "Bada". ^ (circunfex) makes the "k" sound as in cake (û sounds like Ka)

So this or this might help you with this consonant thing

Related links: (to phonology)[]

sllyables interactive thing

Latín alphabet[]

Auien has a latin transliterasion so Is Easy to type, these comed in parentesis or keys, but they can also come by theirselves

A a
/a/~/ɑ/ 

 

B b
/b/ 

 

Ç ç
/s/, /θ/

 

D d
/d/, /ð/

 

E e
/e/

 

E̲ e̲
/e/

 

Ə ə
/ə/, /œ/

 

F f
/f/

 

G g
/ɡ/

 

H h
/h/, /x/

 

I i
/i/

 

J j
/ʒ/

 

K k
/k/

 

L l
/l/

 

M m
/m/

 

N n
/n/, /ɳ/

 

Ñ ñ
/ɲ/

 

O o
/o/

 

P p
/p/

 

Q q
/kʲ/

 

R r
/r/, /ɾ/
Š š
/ʃ/
T t
/t/, /ʈ/

 

U u
/u/

 

V v
/v/, /β/

 

W w
/w/

 

Y y
/j/

 

Z z
/z/

 


Word format[]

its word format is SVO, like inglish

Yo Gustakyo o Awto

(S V p O)

i like that car

Diccionary[]

this language uses latin origins; Examples:

Auien is a romance language with logic construction


.






Itself is a romance Language

Auien English Spanish
{ disionare } diccionary diccionario
{ a femim, es camimasten }

oficial: ( a femim o caminastkkan )

a girl was walking una mujer estaba caminando.

so it might be easy learn this language

also the translation will be typed with latin to make it easy to type it

Numbers[]

The number itself describes the place value and value, yʔ̃ {un} means Unit, and ẽʔ̄ {nem} means number.

Auien meaning
yẽ {une} 1
ỳẽ {dune} 2
ʔ̆y̑ẽ {trune} 3
ŷẽ {kune} 4
y̻ẽ {fune} 5
yẽ {sune} 6
y̞ẽ {žune} 7
oyẽ / ƣẽ {oune} 8
y͂ẽ {nune} 9
y̆ẽ {tune} X (dek, dozenal)
ẙẽ {lune} Ƹ (El, dozenal)
oẽ {one} 10
oẽʔ̆'uẽ {onet'une} 11
òẽ {done} 20
{çainte} 100
{dune çainte} 200

Principal Words and more articles[]

Hi / Hello in Auien is; { Yenlo } jeʔ̃o̊,

Example: ¡ Yenlo Carlos!, means, Hello Carlos!.

Article in Auien is (uʔ̑ĭôe̊ / artikole ).

Thanks is Grate/Gratye, a it is answered with Duneti

*1 neun is the none gender, used when a thing doesn't have gender

  • itself articles of words (the, that) have 3 genders, Male { maskel }, female { femile }, & neun { noune }*1 . in pronouns, letters can indicate gender (a is female), (o is neun/nonbi) and (e is male). still, but pronouns have have an l instead of a ', (ols blok'nem).

The Articles Are Placed Before The Word; o' awto (a car)

(o' can also be ə')

Old version:
oldly: itself articles of words (the, that) have 3 genders, Male { maskel }, female { femile }, & neun { noune }*1 . The letters can indicate genders (only on word articles like the/that): a (for female), e (for male) & o (for neun). When The Article is The / That, is added a "n" at the end, (Example: an is that in female). But when article is a / an, instead of adding a n, is added a "ʔ" (Example { o' bloq'nem } means a numberblock).

Colors (ôo̊̑ʔ̧)[]

  • Kolor Means Color,
  • Kolor's means Colors
Colornames:
Engilsh Auien
Red {Roje} / color i
Black {Sworte}
Dark - {Blak -
White {Blanko / Vlank}
Yellow {Amagel}

/color e

Green

- Thanks

- Your Welcome

{Gete} /color a

- Grate

- D’geti

Blue {Azure}

/color u

Magenta Majent
Cyan {Cylant / Lute Azure}

/color o

Light Lute
Pink Lute Majent

Answers /Fractions / Percentajes[]

'Yes' is 'Yit'

'No' is 'No'

The Uknown Answer (idk/i dont know) is 'Lívyet'

examples:

Eše es No ə' awto

Eše es Yit ə' awto


Denominator is "Denominade"

Numerator is "Numeratore".


To express a fraction, the denominator is the number of it but "ne" is replaced with "tsə"

so,

is readed as Une y Trune Kutsə

conjugation / ôʔ̃у̝ò / konzhudo + personal pronouns[]

* (Uyieʔ̃) script

* (Uyieʔ̃) script

i you he/the we you(plural) they/the a some
female je ϙu u jeʔ̧ ϙuʔ̧ uʔ̧ əʔ̃ əʔ̃ʔ̧
male jo ϙe e joʔ̧ ϙeʔ̧ eʔ̧
nuen ϙo o ϙoʔ̧ oʔ̧
Terminations on words on front of articles
female -je none -jeʔ̧ -ϙʔ̧ -ʔ̧ none
male -jo -joʔ̧
neun
  • (Latin) script
i you he/the we you(plural) they/the a some
female ye wa al yes was as ən əns
male yo we el yos wes es
nuen wo ol wos os
Terminations on words/verbs on front of articles
female -ye -w -na -yes -ws -s none
male -yo -ne -yos
neun -no


oʔ̧ uϙŏʔ̧

(os awtos)

Adjetives[]

they acompain the the object, or verb, followed by e

Subject[]

Bello - beutifull

Graki - big

Chikolo - small

Predicate[]

Examples:[]

os Awtos, e Graki

Demostrative Adjetives (Adjekts do Demoçtraçión)[]

these are to name objects.

heer
Singular Plural
close Aqajo Aqajos
far away Aqejo Aqejos

(aqejo librun, that book)

Possesion[]

add "is" on the end of a personal pronoun to indicate something is of somone, (example: wais awto / her car)

Verbs (and its forms)[]

here, there are three forms ( past {paçaito} , present/future {preçente/futuriçmo} & cloud {çueñería} ) to conjugate a verb in different times

here are the terminations:

Verb/Raiz Engilsh Past Present/future Cloud
-ast -iría

here are some examples:

Verb/Raiz Engilsh Past Present/future Cloud
Kamim- Walk Kamimast- Kamimpe- Kamimiría-
Lanç- Throw Lançast- Lança- Lançiría-

With ar, er, ir, means that if the past tense changes depending on the termination, in past tense, you replace the termination (ex: er) with the conjugation corresponding to the end of the present verb (Lanzar, Lanza → Lanzast ). the same happends with cloud tense

to especificate the present, do add a "Agora," and then the rest of the phrase

Agora, Yo kaminaryo o Kasa (im walk to my house)

Yo kaminaryo o Kasa (i will walk to my house)

Simpe Meintrais
Pretere Komest Pretere Komestekan
Presene Komei Presene Komeikkan
Disiro Lue Komei Disiro Lue Komeikkan
Kóndito Komería Kóndito Komeriakkán

Emotions[]

  • Temmuai ; cute
  • Ammuai ; love (care)
  • Ammoi ; love (romantic)
  • Hetaitšo ; hate
  • Hírra ; angry

to say your feeling that emotion is simple. You put the prefix pronouns at the end. (ig)

Yo e Hírrayo (I am angry)

Dates[]

• to say "i'm 8 yeras old", is "Yo duláre 8 áñer", Dulare, meaning "lasted" & Añer, meaning "year/years", so it's litteraly "I lasted 8 years". to especificate your birthdate, say "Yois Kumplo" then number of the the day is your birthdate, and then the month.

months in order here:

  • Auien
  • Jener • Februar • Marše • April • May • Juno • Juliço • Agost • Çeptyélope • Ottobre • Novembre • Diçeçe
  • English
  • January • February • March • April • May • June • July • August • September • October • November • Dicember

• So to say "my birthday is on 15th January", is "Yois Kumplo e Onefune Jener"

OtherWords/Full[]

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Phrases[]

Auien spanish
" yo dizapoyo a ukranski, yo apoyo o pas ☮️, #pararogeria " yo no apoyo a ukrania, yo apoyo la paz ☮️ #bastadeguerra
"¡TŠUEKO!, DIZTAR O LIMPIAKANISOS" ¡CHUECO!, BASTA DE TIRAR EL LAVAROPAS
nada ə máçbel, nada ə ijual՟

o tempo 'ç adjóç, eçtaiwə o eçtaiwə

nada es mejor, nada es igual;

el tiempo es adiós, estas donde estas.

In other writting systems[]

Arabic:

a’ u ú o ó i í e é a á w w’ y y’ ø
عا عھ و ؤ ه ۂ ی ئ ے ۓ ا أ ق قٔ ي ئ ع ھ
z š s/ç ñ n r m l j h v f t d k g p b
ٰؔ ِؔ ؔ ں٘ ٘ ْٖ ْ ِٰؔ ٖٓ ِٗ ٗ ٰٖ ٰ ِٓ ٓ َٖ َ

اوئےع٘۰ ےهٰٖ ےعؔ وں ےٰٖعؔعٰٖ

Cyrillic

a b ñ o а б ԣ о
v g ø p в г п
d e r s д е р с
j z t u ж з т у
i y f h и й ф х
k l ts к л ц ч
m n š ' м н ш ь

Origin[]

it's based on romance languages, mostly on spanish it has japanese infuence, reccomended to check these external sites:

External[]

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