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

Eoanet
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
Meta-information
Progress Expression error: Unexpected < operator.%
Statistics
Nouns 100%
Verbs 100%
Adjectives 100%
Syntax Expression error: Unexpected < operator.%
Words ? of 1500
Creator Isaac A Treeby

Phonology[]

Consonats[1][]

B A P V U G
Stop p b t d *c k g ʔ
Nasal m n ŋ
Trill ʙ ʀ
Fricat. f s ʃ *ç x *h
Affric. p͡f t͡ʃ *t͡ç k͡x
Approx. ɹ j
Lateral l

w, *ʍ Labiovelar approximants

*kw, *gw Labiovelar stops

  • *c, 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.
    • h is optional

Vowels[1][]

Monopthongs[]

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

Diphthongs[]

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

Phonotactics[2][]

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

Orthogrophy[3][]

Type[]

Symbols used for Eoanet's writing system

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

Rules[]

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

Grammer[4][]

Nouns & Pronouns[]

Case[]

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.

Number[]

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

Chart[]

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

wi

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

Verbs[]

Tense[]

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

Aspect[]

Perfective-imperfective distiction only

Agreement[]

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

Chart[]

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[]

Affixation[]

Only comparative and superlative

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

Numerals[]

Base[]

Eoanet uses the one and only octal

System[]

The numeral used for Eoanet's numbering system.


Words[]

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.

Modifiers[]

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