Type Agglutinative
Alignment Tripartite
Head direction Initial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders i hate you
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Classification and Dialects[]

foropo is some kind of agglutinative language kina mixed a lil bit w/ some fusional in there a bit maybe i might take that out in a while we'll see my premise or whatever word i mean is the fact that A.) this language only uses one vowel. There are no consonant clusters whatsoever. Pronunciation is simple and speedy, and the writing system that is going to be used in this here language wont use any vowels, so only the consonant sound is written. Even when it sounds like just the vowel being said it is actually the consonant sound of the glottal stop which is very important for some reason later on when i figure that out.


h elp me figure out how to make my chart bett er nvmd i made it /'bɛ.ɾɚ/


Bilabial {not pussii) Labio-dental (not like the movie Teeth) Dental Alveolar Palato (not fuckin post)-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p b t d ʈ ɖ c ɟ k g ʔ
Snek Freieaky fresh s z ʃ ʒ ʂ ʐ
Snek toto by affrica te. ts dz tʃ dʒ ʈʂ ɖʐ
Non-Snek frickfrickfrick ma balls f v θ ð x ɣ h
Approximant ɹ j
Trill ʙ r
Flap or Tap ɾ
Lateral Approximant l

In this odd language the /ɹ/ sound is distingusged from the /r/ sound. so get used to it pitbull ya bald cunt ya jjust fuckin shut up pitbull ughh jeezus just.. jeez go shut your mouth forever pitbull gaadd


Only the upside down r i dont want to paste rn is th e sound that is distinguished from the other two. The other two, the alveolar flap and the alveolar trill are both used as the same consonant, changing dependent on the place in a word, etc.

/ r /  =  / ɾ /  ≠  / ɹ /

However, all other consonants are distinguished from each other.


As stated before, Foropo only uses one and only one vowel sound: /o/.


The one rule of phonotactics Foropo follows is that:

  1. Every syllable's onset must contain only one consonant.
  2. Every syllable's nucleus must always be the vowel /o/.
  3. There is no coda to any syllable.

I mean that's three but i've basically said it before, but in a different way. Every syllable must always follow this structure:


Writing System[]

Because Foropo's writing system has yet to actually be made on paper, I will show how I will type Foropo to make the pronunciation simple. oNcE i AcTuAlLy MaKe ThE sYsTeM, i'Ll PoSt ScAnS/pIcTuReS

In the meantime, however, I will use the Cyrillic alphabet in order to transcribe, because I at least can read and understand those letters (I mean not russian a lot of the time but I can transcribe (транскрайб) things quite nicely imo

Letter м н њ п б т д тъ дъ ть дь к г
Sound /mo/ /no/ /ŋo/ /po/ /bo/ /to/ /do/ /ʈo/ /ɖo /co/ /ɟo/ /ko/ /go/
Letter о с з ш ж щ ю ц ѕ ч џ чъ џъ
Sound /ʔo/ /so/ /zo/ /ʃo/ /ʒo/ /ʂo/ /ʐo/ /tso/ /dzo/ /tʃo/ /dʒo/ /ʈʂo/ /ɖʐo/
Letter ф в ћ ђ х ґ хь я й ы р л
Sound /fo/ /vo/ /θo/ /ðo/ /xo/ /ɣo/ /ho/ /ɹo/ /jo/ /ʙo/ /ro/ /ɾo/ /lo/

Whenever reading my typed language ,   r e m e m e b e r   , you must pronounce /o/ after every consonant. For example, when I write the simple measly little 1st person singular pronoun, м, it is not pronounced /m/, but /mo/.



Nouns are quite irregular, because they do not follow the same kind of rule the verbs do (i.e. all verbs end in ); otherwise, nouns are completely regular in how they decline according to case and number.


Three pronouns are loosely based on the equivalent Esperanto pronouns (mi, vi, kaj ni), but since it has been stressed that Foropo only uses one vowel, I have changed it to /o/.

This first chart of pronouns is in the Absolutive case, and they are not required in a sentence, but may be added for emphasis. I will add the other pronoun charts accordingly, when i get the chance to; for now, whoever is reading this can just infer by adding the case endings.

Singular Plural
1st person м (I) н (we)
2nd person в (you)
3rd person п, т (he/she, it)* д (they)

The 3rd person singular п is a gender neutral pronoun used to mean any living sentient being. The 3rd person singular т, however, is a neutral pronoun used only for any non sentient thing, although animals, pets, etc. may be referred to as either 3rd person singular pronoun.

Declension - Case[]

Because this language is mainly agglutinative, to decline nouns, you add suffixes to change case and number. These suffixes are shown (or will be shown  f u c k i n g  whatever) below.

Case Brief Meaning Suffix
Absolutive the thing doing something intransitive --
Ergative the thing doing something to something else
Accusative the thing that something is done to by something else
Dative the thing to which something is given -бк
Genitive the owner of (thing that owns) something
Comitative the thing with which something is accompanied by -бњ
Abessive the thing that there is none of
Locative the place at which something is done
Essive the time when which something is done, the state of being that something is in
Instrumental the thing with which something else is done
Multiplicative the number of times something has been done, the number of things, an intensifier -њт

Declension - Number[]


All verbs, no matter their conjugation end with the suffix


To conjugate verbs, a prefix is added according to the chart below. Again, Absolutive pronouns are not required to be present in sentences, because the conjugation can make it clear what pronoun is inferred. As stated, they may be used for emphasis, though.

Singular Plural
1st Person ш- ж-
2nd Person ть-
3rd Person ч- џ- с-

Note: instead of only one 3rd person singular prefix, there are two that are used separately in place of the Absolutive pronouns (so if a speaker chooses to enphasize that they are indeed talking about an animate sentient being, then they may add the п pronoun to the sentence). However, it is not required to include pronouns in the Absolutive case.


The  w o r d  order is VSO (verbo, subjekto, kaj objekto). 


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