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Bishling(bish.bastarnesku) Italo-Celtic language from a historical point of view, creole language.

Developed on the basis of the Continental Celtic language with a large addition of words adopted from other languages ​​which has slavisation . It has a simplified grammar of Slavic elements of Romanesque.

Bishling an artificial international auxiliary language. This is one of the languages ​​naturalistic. Bishling combines the vocabulary typical of the Romance languages ​​with a simple, regular grammar, which allows you to understand it by millions of people, especially the use of languages ​​such as Spanish, Italian and Romanian, but the rest of the Latin, and to a lesser extent in English. constructed international auxiliary language.[1]

Writing systemEdit

The Bishling alphabet is based on the Latin script , using a one-sound-one-letter principle.

ch like English "tʃ",

sh like English "ʃ"

gh/jh like English "ʐ"

lh like English "w"

ny like English "ɲ"

qu like English "ʃ"

y like English "y"

z like English "ts"

The 30-letter alphabet is:

a b c ch d e f g gh h i j jh k l lh m n ny o q p r s sh t u v y z


1)Nouns and articles:

The definite article is ed/ed/:

    ed dom/e dem/- the house
    ed kniga/e niga/- the book


The noun does not have the variety of types. Only some of the names of people or animals may be dependent on the end of the sex-(differen for male) or-a(femmal).

    lever/lefe/ (friend) - levera/lefera/ (femmal friend)
    komen/keme/ (horse) - komena/kemena:/ (mare)

The plural is formed by the final consonant s after it is-as(derived from latin). The rest words ending in c, d, g, j, k, l, n, p, r, s, t, v, w, z -plural formed by adding a consonant + h.

    ed kniga/e niga/ -the book,ed dua knigas/e dwa: nigaz/-the two books
    ed kat/e kat/ - the cat ,ed dua kath/e dwa: kaf/-the two cats


The adjective is invariable, regardless of the type or number of the noun.

    debri amma/debri ema/ - a good mother
    debri maek/debri mek/ - good son
    debri domas/debri demaz/ - good homes
    debri knigas/debri nigaz/ - a good book

The adjective may occur before or after the noun is known. Dominated by putting the adjective after the noun (as in French), but the short and frequently used adjectives are generally placed before the noun.

    inkredibiul knigas/e'kredebyl nigaz/-incredible books
    ed debri homei/e debri emi/- the good man
    homei ed excellenti/emi e ixselenti:/-the excellent man

The adjective can sometimes take the ending-s plural noun if he is absent.

    Io appresa kamisa silue, et mai spossa prefe verdee.
    /io: apris kemiz saili ,et mai speza: prife: virdi/   
    I appreciate the blue shirt, and my wife prefers green.

Adjectives is done on a regular basis using -or/er/ and -omai/eme/ (in the opposite direction by means of -minus and -minus/minus/ add ending: -omai/eme/).

    fasile/vesail/ (easy) - fasilor/vesailer/ (easier) - fasilomai/vesaileme/ (easiest)
    grandee/grendi/ (big, big) -  grandor/grender/ - grandomai/grendeme/
    elegantee/eleganti/ - minus elegantee/eleganti/ -  minus elegantomai/eleganteme/

There are some irregular adjectives grading method, often used in texts.

    debri(good) -meie/meye/-optimee/optimi/
    zaili/tsel/ (bad) - peie/peye/ (worse) - pessimee/pezimi/ (worst)
    grandee/grendi/(big) - maior/meier/ - maximee/meximi/

Useful phrases EditEdit

This language is used for reconciliation and mutual understanding of the Slavic and Romance languages.

Origin of Bishling:

Slavic languages ​​- 27%(including: Proto-Slavic ,White Croats , Polish language ,East Slavic languages )

Romance languages ​​- 71.3%(including : Vlachs language - 60,1%, influence Romance languages -11,2%)

the rest is 2% of the Celtic languages : Noric

Altaic languages ​​and other 0.3%(Hungarian,Old High German,Gothic,Turkish,English language,Albanian,Hebrew, Classical Arabic )

Below are listed some useful Bishling words and phrases along with IPA transcriptions:

IPA transcriptions:

English Bishling IPA
Hello Hei hey
Yes No no:
No Le ˈli
Good morning Debri dya ˈdebɾi dya
Good evening Debri vesper ˈdeb.ɾi ves.ˈpe.ɾ
Good night Debri nokt ˈdebɾi ˈnok.t
Goodbye Pa ˈpa:
What is your name? Keik matay e aim? ˈkeik ma.tay e aym
My name is Marc Mai aim ie Mark. ˌmay aym ye ɯaɾk
How are you? Kak matay? ˈkak ma.tay
I am well. Io yem dobree. ˈYo yem dobɾi:
Do you speak Bishling? Chi paralatay Bishlinga? ˈtʃi paɾala.tay β iʃling
I don't understand you Io le kuma tay yo ˌli kuma. tay
All right Debr ˈdeb.ɾ
Okay Fainee ɱayn.i
Thank you Hvala ti ˈhvala ti
You're welcome Tay ie debriddire ˌθay yeˈdebɾidd.iɾe
Please Pless plez
Bless you Beliset! ˈbeli.set
Congratulations Gratul ɡɾatul
I love you Io ama ti yo ˈama ˌti
One beer, please Ed bir, pless ˈe biɾ, ˈplez
What is that? Quo ishto ie? ˈʃo iʃto ye
That is a dog Ishto ie pi ˈɪʃto ˌye ˈpi
Peace! Pass! ˈpaz
I am a beginner in Bishling. Io yem esepater e Bishling. Yo yem e'sepateɾ e β iʃling

Swadesh ListEdit

English Bishling IPA
i io [io:]
you tay tey
he hun yun
we noy noi:
you vay wey
they hunis yuniz
this ishto [iʃto]
that she [ʃe]
here ecki iki
there tam tam
who qui [ʃi]
what quo [ʃo]
where ubhi abbi
when quandi [ʃandi]
how keik , kak , kom [keik, ke:k ,kem]
not le le
all totue teti
many multum [multi]
some aliqu [aliʃ]
few posi [pe:zi]
other otre [odeɾ]
one ed [ɜː]
two dua [dwa]
three tri tɾɜː
four quatre [ʃatɾɜː]
five cinqu [sinʃ]
big grandee [gɾe:ndi]
long longue [lɔ̃'ʐi]
wide largue [lɜːɾ'ʐi]
thick gravsue [gɾawzi]
heavy taekee teki
small paruee [pɜːɾwi]
short kurtee [kɜːɾti]
narrow anstee [e:nsti]
thin tenue [ti:ni:]
women biunue byunw'i
man homei [emi]
human homu [emme]
child infaunt [i'fɔ̃t]
wife spossa [z'peza]
husband sposs [z'pez]
mother amma [ama]
father atta [ada]
animal animal [animal]
fish pisc [pisk]
bird avoi [ave]
dog pi [pi]
louse bluisse [blɨz]
snake serpent [seɾpent]
worm vermi [ɜːɾmi]
tree arbuare [aɾbwaɾ]
forest ferueste [feɾwest]

Lord's Prayer in BishlingEdit

  Dumusse de Prekatu e Bastarnescu
  /Damiz di Prikeit e Basarnesku/
   The prayer as it occurs in Matthew 6:9–13 (ESV)
   "1.Nusse Atta vin silu,
    /niuz Atta ve sail/
    Our Father in heaven,
    2.suenty sai tua imi.
    /swent se twa imi/ 
    hallowed be your name.
    3.Tua Rinu proiod,
    /twa: Rain preye/ 
    Your kingdom come,
    4.tua volunt sai ma fakt,
    /twa: velant se ma: fekt/
    your will be done,
    5.e piamentu kom et e silu.
    /e: pemint kem et e sail/
    on earth as it is in heaven.
    6.Lai num ishto hodai nusselor quodiusy krany,
    /le nem ishto ade niuzilor shedaies kren/
    Give us this day our daily bread, data num nusselor venlor, 
    /et det nem niuzilor vinlor/
    and forgive us our debts,
    8.kom noi etum ma datava nusselor venerlor.
    /kem noi item ma: detwa niuzilor vinerlor/
    as we also have forgiven our debtors.
    9.Et dusse num le e tentazia,
    /Et diuz nem li e tentatsie/
    And lead us not into temptation,
    10.set salv num ad zelestre.
    /si self nem ad tselestre:/
    but deliver us from evil."


Examples of vocabulary derived from Slavic languages:

  • osselim/ezli/-eight ;from PS "osem"
  • uaise/wez/-house ;from Protoslavic(PS)"ves"
  • issa/iza/-strenght ;from PS "sila"
  • delimmar/dilaym'mer/-why? ;from PS "delim"-for
  • deli/dilay/-for ; from PS "dla"-for
  • mat/mo/-have ; from PS "mati"-have
  • badat/bedo/-examine ; from PS "badati"-explore
  • zaili/tseli/-bad ; from PS "zli"-angry
  • ekat/iko/-wait ;from PS "cekat"
  • sikat/zeko/-spout ;from PS "piss"
  • inz/inz/-tongue ;from PS "yanzik"
  • risea/rayzi/-eyelash ;from PS "risa"-eyelash
  • dobree/dobri/-well ; from PS "dobr"-good
  • debri/debri:/-good ;from PS "dobr"


Pisar addebbem e'diuma'sentenzie. Amo ,ktar ledi....

de: Bischsprache

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