Warning: Display title "" overrides earlier display title "Lewan".Lewan or Leua-la is a spoken major language on the former planet Earth. It is spoken in the Cerra Empire. Also one of the major languages are: Grandi, Avalonian and Phtarathese. The language is assumed to be made by the Panomi people, but mythologically it was made by the Dayu and Lewa Demi-Gods - from where the name of the language actually comes from. The language was first spoken on the Anadi region, mostly in Marapolis and Sanayayi.

Type Fusional
Alignment non
Head direction initial
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Creator Nik Vnučec

Classification and Dialects[]

The language belongs to the Mata language family, which means, it's related to Gawan, Galian, Mara and Sanadaian. The Lewan language has over 500 dialects, but the main major dialects are High-Lewan, Low-Lewan, Apanian, Merrian and Montannian.



Letter A G H E K L I
IPA Sound a g X e k l i/j
English Pronunciation Ah G H eh K L ee
Letter M N O P S U T
IPA Sound m n o p s u/w/v t
English Pronunciation M N oh P S U/W/V T


The letters are written as said. No diphthongs or phonemes.

The letter U can have a role as a vowel or a consonant, after a consonant, it's pronounced as u or w, after or before the vowel, it's pronounced as v.

Also the letter I can have a role as a vowel or consonant, after a consonant, it's pronounced as i, after or before the vowel, it's pronounced as a y.



Nouns have a plural form, it's formed by adding an -s after the noun. Nouns haven't got definiteness. And adjectives aren't inflected and are always placed after the noun and prepositions before.


Numbers in Lewan are written by word, in the same position as the numerals. For instance, 1360 is written: Nasokuhi, which literally means: one-three-six-zero. And Sopinasu, which means three-point-one-four and can also mean pi.


Personal Pronouns are the same in its accusative and possessive form.


Verbs have basic tenses, that are only used at the time it indicates. Also, unique to this language is the so called Presento Facto form, it is used for things that are facts in the present time, that can't be no influenced or cannot be changed and also for things that repeat frequently, like habits (similar to Present Simple in English, but not the same).

Infinitive is formed by adding -h.

Present is formed by adding an -m ending.

Past is formed by adding a -t ending.

Future is formed by adding -n ending.

Conditional is formed by adding the word ako before the infinitive.

Imperative is the same as the infinitive form.

Negative is formed by nodding your head and duplicating the main verb that is negated (the duplicated verb most be identical to the main verb, which means must also be in the same tense) and connect them with a hyphen.

In Lewan, adverbs are put after the verb. And have an -l ending.


Words are capitalized, if they're at the beginning of a sentence or if it's a name or title.

Commas are written always before a conjunction (except and and or), and also in between sentences with a quick reading break.

Periods are written at the end of a absolutly finished sentence.

Question marks are only written at the end of a question.

Exclaimation marks are always written at the end of loud or vocative sentence.

When making compounded words, to make the opposite words of the word, you just duplicate the word, but unlike verbs, the words are written together and not connect with a hyphen.

Double vowels are pronounced with a stress.


Conjunctions and Prepositions[]

Ako - if

Isa - that, this, these, those (as a pronoun and a conjunction)

Ena - by, at, on, in

Ola - about, of

Gogo - before

Go - after

Apu - too

Enaapu, - above

Enaenaapu - below

Enaena - middle, mid, medium

Asa - as

Ila - For

Some compound words[]

Gaga - fire (Literally: Water-Water)

Gege -air (Literally: Earth-Earth)

Lele - left, wrong (Right-Right)

Gigi - take (Give-Give)

Keuoui - animal (Moving-Living-Being)

Meuo - pink (Red-White)

Meku - orange (Red-Yellow)


-a -e -i -o -u
G- Water Earth, Floor, Ground Give, Put Later, After, Front Cause, Reason
H- Have, Possess, Take Seven, Magic Silence, Close, Shut, Block, Never, Deny, Negate, Nothing, Zero, Null, Empty, No, Not, Non, Stop Keep, Guarantee Hole, Cavity
K- Wear, Carry Go, Walk, Move Clothes, Protection, Shield, Armor Yellow, Gold Six
L- Speak, Talk, Say, Tell, Speech, Tongue, Language Good, Easy, Light, Simple, Fun, Funny, Love, Like Right End, Finish Road, Way, Path
M- Hand, Five, Arm Red, Blood Limb, Straight, in line Mount(-ain), Hill Cow, Beef, Bull
N- One, Lonely, Alone Question, Ask Mouth, Jaw Know, Knowledge, Cognative, Smart, Blue, Wisdom Sleep, Night, Rest (v.)
P- More, Big, Lot, Large, Long Foot, Leg Point, Dot, Target, Decimal point, Period Power, Rule, Pain, Regime, Courage, Brave, Emphasis, Be able to (Can)
S- Fruit, Child Observe, See, Vision, Watch, Examine, View -Self Three Four
T- Usual, Normal Nine Time, Weather. Rythem, Tempo Ball, Circle Two, Both, Couple, Pair
I- Down Home, House Ride, Drive Food, Eat Drink, Beverage
U- Eight Being Life, Live, Dwell White, Light, Bright, Clean, Tidy, Beautiful Do, Make
- He, She, It, They And Or I, We You

Example text[]

Pogu-pogu o. O gogouit ue apule e ui-ui apuuilile. (Don't judge me. I was born awesome and not perfect)

Ui asa u uet uiui gopati. Puno asa u uet ui ilalolo. - Mahatma Gandhi (Live as you were to die tomorrow. Learn as you were to live forever.)