Conlang
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Origin[]

The Hajahe language exists on the planet of Anedemia. Likely originating from the people living inhabiting the Plódè valley somewhere around 400-500 AD (Earth year approximation). It's ancestor, Äkuudloi, part of the larger Asaufimic family, diverged into Hajahe as it arose throughout various mountainous regions bordering the Jgumje and Hezi Deserts in the Vèpupee region due to a large-scale southern migration of Asaufimic peoples in the beginning of the 5th century AD.

Classification[]

Hajahe is a member of the Asaufimic family of languages, which includes other languages such as Äkuudloi, Rjunv and Vrips.

Phonology[]

Consonants[]

Hajáhè consonant phonemes
Bilabial Labio-Dental Alveolar Palato-Alveolar Retroflex Velar
Central Lateral
Nasal
Stop Plain p d g
Palatalized
Fricative v s z ɬ ʃ ʒ ʐ x
Affricate
Approximant ʋˠ l

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Vowels[]

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