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Glenish is a Germanic lenguage and is speaked in Glen Country, north part of Shengy-Mom, west part of Ress-Letonia, and minor part of Hanson Repubic.

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Glenish is a Germanic Lenguage. Descedent of Germanic People that lived in East Europe in atual Noble States Region [West Region] of Glen Country. in 758 BC, the Glen People maked his language inspired in other Germanic Languages. The Writing System of the Old Glenish was the Luman script, script that has been used by the Old Momish, Old Letonian and Old Hanson and in minor Languages like Mantar and Mantor Lenguages. Thoday the Luman writing system in only used in Mantar Lenguage. When the Romans dominated the  Eastern Europe region, the Latin Alphabet was being popular in Eastern Europe. Glenish was the first lenguage that used the Latin alphabet in Eastern Europe, Glenish adopted this alphabet in circa 58 DC.

Phonems[]

Vowels[]

a, ä, ɪ, e, ø, ə, ɛ, i, ʊ, o, u and ɵ.

Consonants[]

p, b, t, d, m, n, k, g, ɽ, χ, ɭ, s, z, ʃ, ʒ, and  j

Affricatives[]

t͡ʃ , t͡s and d͡ʒ

Other Symbols[]

w

Alphabet[]

A [Name: a] [Phonetic: a]

B [Name: bɛ] [Phonetic: b]

C [Name: sɛ] [Phonetic: k [before a, o and u] and s [before e and i]]

D [Name: dɛ] [Phonetic: d]

E [Name: ɛ] [Phonetic: e and ɛ]

F [Name: ef] [Phonetic: f]

G [Name: ʒɛ] [Phonetic: g [before a, o and u] and ʒ [before e and i]

H [Name: χa] [Phonetic: χ]

I [Name: i] [phonetic: i]

J [Name: d͡ʒoɟ [Phonetic: d͡ʒ]

K [Name: ka] [Phonetic: k]

L [Name: ɛu] [Phonetic: ɭ [before all vowels] and u [as last letter]]

M [Name: em] [Phonetic: m]

N [Name: en] [Phonetic: n]

O [Name: o] [Phonetic: o]

P [Name: pɛ] [Phonetic: p]

R [Name: ɛɽ] [Phonetic: ɽ]

S [Name: ɛs] [Phonetic: s]

T [Name: tɛ] [Phonetic: t]

U [Name: u] [Phonetic: u]

V [Name: vɛ] [Phonetic: v]

W [Name: dʊblɪ] [Phonetic: w]

Y [Name: ɪgɽɛk] [Phonetic: j [before a, e, o and u] and ɪ [before i]

Z [Name: zeɟ] [Phonetic: z]

Grammar[]

Nouns[]

In Glenish, the nouns have gender [masculine and feminine] and the plural and nouns that don't have genders.

These are examples of nouns that have gender and

Masculine: "Homm" [men] /χomm/

Feminine: "Mulyen" [women] /mulɪen/

To put the words in plural, justput a "s" in the end of the word:

Masculine: "Homms" [mens] /χomms/

Feminine: "Mulyens" [womens] /mulɪens/

If a word ends with "ss", just put "es" in the end of the word, per example:

Singular: "Luss" [Light] /ɭuss/

Plural: "Lusses" [Lights] /ɭussis/

These are examples of substantives that don't have genders

Mess [table] /mɛss/

Pet [foot] /pɛt/

Zappatt [shoe] /zapaɟ/

Sidad [city] /sdad/

Pronouns[]

1st person pronoun: Eh [I] /ɛ/ [Plural: Noss [us] /noss/]

2nd person pronoun: hotse [you] /χot͡sɛ/ [Plural: hotses [y'all] /χot͡sɛs/

3rd person pronoun: Elly [he] [Masculine] Elle [she] [Feminine] /ɛllɪ/ /ɛlle/

Interjections[]

Hallo [hello/hi] /χallø/

Sawdsons [greetings] /sawdsəns/

Adess [bye] [formal version] /adɛss/

Tchaw [bye] [informal version] /t͡ʃaw/

Exemple of words[]

Bod Fharent [good morning] /bød fχaɽent/

Bod Tard [good afternoon] /bød täɽd/

Bod Nott [good night/good evening] /bød noɟ/

Comm Vas Hotse? [how are you?] /komm vas χot͡sɛ/

Eh vos bod. [i'm fine/i'm okay] /ɛ vøs bød/

Hotse fhall Gleness? [you talk glenish?] /χot͡sɛ fχall glenɛss/

Hotse fhall Engless? [you talk English?] /χot͡sɛ fχall englɛss/

Dank [thank you] /dənk/

Example Text[]

Tots los sehs humans nasan livrs y iguals en digndad y diretz. San provids dy razan y consiensy y presizan ajiy uns en relasan as otrs en un spirit dy fraternidad.

/tot͡s los seχs χumäns nasan livɽs i iguals in digndɜd ɪ diɽetz. sən pɽovids dɪ razən ɪ konsiensɪ i pɽesizan ad͡ʒiɪ uns en ɽelasan as otɽs en un spirit dɪ fɽateɽnidad/

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are provided with reason and conscience and must act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

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