Auxiliare Romanci
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Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Nouns decline according to...
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Classification and Dialects[]



Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar
Nasal m n
Plosive p b t d (ts) (dz) k g kw gw
Fricative f v s z (ʃ) (ʀ)
Approximant w r l j w

ts, dz and ʃ are only use in lone words, though spanish uses a conversion system:

Spanish z, ce > dz, tse

Spanish j, ge > ʃ, dʒe


Front Back
High i u
Mid e o
Low-mid ɛ ɔ
Low a



R: m, n, l, s, r, ocasionally t, d

Writing System[]

Letter a b c d e è f g h
Sound a b k* tʃ* d e ɛ f g* dʒ* g/gw* -
Letter i l m n o ò p qu r s t u
Sound i l m n o ɔ p k*/kw r/ʀ s t u
Letter x z ċ ts š sh ż dz hi hu
Sound ks z ts ʃ dz j w

For some letters, there are other forms:

First, as an aesthetic feature, it uses the caron: ê. It's only aesthetic, so it isn't use to modify pronunciation

Second, it also uses the acute accent (áéíóú). all words have stress in the penultimate syllable, when this isn't the case, it mark when the new stress will fall.

For compatibility porpuse, ċ, š and ż can be written as ts, sh and dz.

c, qu, ci, g, gu and gi[]

Before Normal Vowels, the orthography looks like this:

  • c is used for [k], qu is used for [kw].
  • g is used for [g], gu is used for [gw].

But before Palatal Vowels (è, e, i):

  • ce and cè become cie and ciè and they are pronounced [tʃ] (also ci stays as ci [tʃi]).
  • ge and gè become gie and giè and they are pronounced [dʒ] (also gi stays as gi [dʒi]).

qu can be pronounced as [k] or [kw], gu can be used for [g] or [gw].

[a] [ɔ] [o] [u] [ɛ] [e] [i]
[k] ca co qu què que qui
[kw] qua quò quo
[tʃ] cia ciò cio ciu ciè cie ci
[g] ga go gu guè gue gui
[gw] gua guò guo
[dʒ] gia giò gio giu giè gie gi


Uninflexionable Nouns[]


Personal Singular Plural
1st gio me eu nòsse
2nd tu te il vòsse iles
3rd el ela le, se lui elos elas loro les


Mas Neu Fem
Sin lo, un la, una
Plu los, unos les, des las, unas
Con l', un'

The left articles are definite articles (like "the"), and the right articles are indefinite articles (like "a").

Also contracted forms take the Gender and Number of the Noun: l'aqua = la aqua, l'aquas = las aquas


Numbers are nouns but they don't decline

Number Units +10 Tens Cents
0 zero
1 uno oncie undez dez cièn
2 doès docie dodez vènte dueciento
3 très trècie trèdez trènta treciento
4 quatro catorcie quatrodez quarenta quatreciento
5 cinco cinque cinquedez cinquenta quinciento
6 seis dezzeis sesenta sèciento
7 sètte dezzètte setenta sètteciento
8 hotto dezzotto ocienta ottociento
quatrovèntes ociociento
9 nòve deznòve noventa noveciento

To make more specific numbers, you can unite 2 numbers together (noventanòve), or use the conjunction "è" (noventa è nòve), è is only used 1 time.

quatrovèntes is a form of "ocienta" for french speakers, also "uno" and "hotto" makes the "-a" of the tens up to 40 (quarentotto, 48)

Prepositions & Conjuntions[]

a con de en mas so
to with of in but, plus on
senze salvo entra
without unless over, about
sopra contra desde
about versus, against since, from
per perque que
by beacuse that

è ò
and or

Nouns & Adgiectives[]

Mas Fem Neu (Nouns) Neu (Adgi.)
Sin -o -a - -e
Plu -os -as -s -es

Noun Types[]

  • Nouns of 5 terminations (Gender Fluid) (o, os, a, as, es) (f.ex.: Spaniolo, Spaniolos, Spaniola, Spaniolas, Spanioles)
  • Nouns of 4 terminations (Gender Fluid) (o, a, os, as) (Italiano, Italianos, Italiana, Italianas)
  • Nouns of 2 terminations (Gender Locked) (-, s) (Pònte, Pòntes MAS)

Adjective Types[]

All adjectives change in number, but not all adjectives change in gender.

  • Adjectives of 3 gender terminations (MAS, FEM, NEU) (felicie)
  • Adjectives of 3 gender terminations* (Neuter-fused) (MAS/NEU, FEM) or (FEM/NEU, MAS) (bellio, amicia)

Adjectives of 1 gender terminations (Neuter-locked) (NEU) (narangia)


There are 5 conjugated indicative tenses and two in the sunjunctive

Indicative Subjunctive Imperfect
Present Past Future Condicional Present
Perfect Present Simple Past Simple Future Simple Condicional Simple Subjunctive Simple Imperfect
Imperfect Present Continious Past Continious Future Continious Condicional Continious Subjuntive Continious

Present Continious Past Continious, Future Continious, Condicional Continious and Subjunctive Continious are formed by using Averè + Participle

The imperfect can also be used as Near Past or Near Future.

Irregular Verbs (-rè)[]

Averè is an auxiliar verb and Starè and Serè are copula verbs. (Star is a locative and temporal copula and Serè is a chronic or properie copula)

Averè Starè Serè Irè
Participle avido stato sido ito
eu ho sto so vo
tu has esta esse vas
lui ha está ê va
hemos estamos sommos vamos
avès/hès stais sès vate
loro hano estanos son vano
eu avio estavo era ibo
tu avèi stavas eres ibas
lui habia stava erat iba
avemos èstamos eramos ibamos
aveis estais erèvas ibate
loro avamo estanos erano ibano
eu ubbè stòve fu fo
tu aviste stòviste fòste foste
lui ubbo stuvo foi
avimos stivemos fummos fòmmos
hubîtès stevistès fostès fostes
loro hubèron stevere fòron foron
eu avrò stare seré iré
tu avris staras serás irás
lui avra stara será irá
avremos staremos seremos iremos
avrès starès serètes irèt
loro avrano starano serano irano
eu avria starea sería iria
tu avrias stareas serías irias
lui avreba stareba sereba iriait
avrèmos staremos seriamos iriamos
avrèis stares seriates iriaes
loro avrèan starean serianero irian
eu ahia stehia sea fòse
tu ahias stehias seas vahias
lui ahiat sté sehia vahia
ahiamos stèmos seamos vahiamos
ahies stès siès vahaite
loro ahiam sten sean vahiano

Regular Congugations (-ar,-er,-ir)[]

The verbs in the table are example verbs, and the suffixes are in bold

-ar -er -ir
Infinitive amar vender partir
Participle amato vendito partito
eu amo vendo parto
tu amas vendes partes
lui ama vende parte
amamos vendemos partimos
amaites vendès partite
loro amano venden parten
eu ame vendio partio
tu amavas vendias partias
lui amava vendia partia
amavamos vendiamos partiamos
amavites vendiès partiès
loro amavano vendian partian
eu amai vendeti parti
tu amaète vendeste partiste
lui amò vendeto partiu
amamòs vendemos partimos
amastès vendestès partistès
loro amaron venderòn partiron
eu amarè vendère partirè
tu amaras vendèras partiras
lui amara vendèra partira
amèremos vendèremos partiremos
amèrès vendèretes partirès
loro amèrèan vendèrano partirano
eu amarie vendèro partiria
tu amarias vendèrès partirias
lui amaria vendèrè partire
ameriemos vendèrèmos partiriamos
amerèstes vendèrèstè partirès
loro amerèno vendèrèno partirian
eu amè vendisse part
tu amès vendisses part
lui ami vendi part
amiamos vendèssemos part
amiates vendèstes part
loro ameno vendiran part


The order is SVO (gio aprendo la lingua)

Nominal Group
(Article) Noun (Adjective/Adjectival Group) (Prepositional Group)
Actualizator Nucleus Atribute
Verb Group - ORATION
Nominal Group Verb/verb construction Nominal Group
Subject Nucleus Object

Prepositional Group - GROUPAL COMPLEMENT
Preposition Nominal/Verbal Group
Link Anchor
Adjectival Group
Adverb Adjective
Modificator Nucleus


Verbs, Adgectives and Verbs are loaned. They come from other romance languages

Example text[]

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