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Eoanet is a half natlang created by Isaac A Treeby 2019 and is still being worked apon. If one went 'aibzirv', you would think 'I observe' or 'I notice'

Type Agglutinating synthetic
Alignment Nominitive-accusitive
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders None
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Creator Isaac A Treeby



Stop p b t d k g ʔ
Nasal m n ŋ
Trill ʙ ʀ
Fricat. f v s z ʃ ʒ *ç x h
Affric. p͡f t͡ʃ d͡ʒ *t͡ç k͡x
Approx. ɹ j
Lateral l

w, *ʍ Labiovelar approximants

*kw, *gw Labiovelar stops

  • *ɲ, ç, and t͡ç are allophones of n & ŋ, h, and t͡ʃ before j
  • *ʍ is an allophone of h before w
  • *kw and gw are consonat clusters realized as phonemes.



Front Central Back
Close i u
Mid e ə o
Open *a
  • *a is often realized as a central vowel is many conlangs, but is front in the IPA, so does Eoanet


a e i o u
a ai au
e ei
i ia ie io iu
o oi ou
u ui uo


Eoanet has strict phonotactics that restrict on what is allowed:

  • (C)(C)V(C)(C) syllable structure
  • ŋ and ʔ may not occur word initially
  • n can be syllabic
  • ʙ, ʀ, h, p͡f, j, and w may not occur in coda.
  • Only intervocalic glottal stop (ʔuʔ can't exist in Eoanet)
  • ʔ and nonsibalent affricates cannot occur in clusters whatsoever
  • Onset clusters are obstruent + sonarent
    • Unless the first in the pair is s, the next must be a liquid or semivowel
    • If the first is a labial, it cannot combine with ⳑ
    • If the first is s, then it can combine with anything.
  • Coda clusters are sonarent + obstruent


The glyphs used for the featural abugida for Eoanet


The type of writing that Eoanet uses a featural abugida, where the is an inherant vowel and that similar sounds are written similar.


The type is accually enforced by the rules:

  • Right-to-left, top-to-bottom writing direction
  • Diphthongs and clusters squish
  • Schwa symbol only used at beginning of word
  • Other vowels written below consonants


Nouns & Pronouns


Eoanet has 3 cases: nominative, accusitive, and genitive. The accusitive is optinal with nouns most of the time, but is required to be mare for quirky subject on all nouns. The genitive is a requirement if the next word is a belonging.


Eonet has 2 numbers just like English: singular and plural.


So, here a chart of the declensions:

Nom. Acc. Gen.
Sing. ø sa-
Pl. -ab -ɚb sa- ... -ab

Here's a prounoun table:

First Second Third
Masc. Fem. Neut.
Nom. ai dau hi ʃi it
Acc. me de him hem
Gen. mi di: his its
Pl. we


ju dei
Acc.Pl. us jus deim
Gen.Pl. juɹ deiɹ



Eoanet has 3 tenses: past, present, and future cause' that's common


Perfective-imperfective distiction only


Only subject but in all person and number (3rd person sing is unmarked)


Here it is:

Past Present Future
Per. -a˞ k ø -iʒ
Imper. -a˞ f -af -if

The agreement is the same as the pronouns but semivowels are their vowel equivalent and that diphthongs are the first vowel of the pair.

Adjectives & Adverbs


Only comparative and superlative

The chart would be very boring, so I'mn't showing you it.



Eoanet uses the one and only octal


The numeral used for Eoanet's numbering system.


Cardinal, cardinal frcaction, ordinal, ordinal fraction
Go to KhanAcadamy to see the chart

Word Order

Subject, Verb, Object

SVO for the main phrase, SOV for compound and complex phrases.


DemN, NNum, PossN, then after applying the Hawkins Universal (Prep ⊃ ((NDem v NNum v NPoss ⊃ NAdj) & (NAdj ⊃ NGen) & (NGen ⊃ NRel))) I got NAdj, NGen, and NRel, everything else is: AuxV, VSdb, & AdvV/Adj/Adv. Then, AdjMarStan, and Comm-Prop.

Multiple Modifiers

Adjectives: noun+purpose-material-origin-color-shape-age-size-opinion-quantit, different: demostretive-possessive+noun+adjective-numeral, phrase: noun+clause-genitive/genitive+noun+clause. For verbs: auxiliary-adverb+verb+subordinate

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