Type Agglunative
Alignment Accusative
Head direction Final
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations Yes
Genders No
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Hariunish (natively Harûnx [χaɾjünʃ]) is one of the two official-native languages of the Republic of Ryoku (Rôku), alongside Shinkonish, and it is taught as a lingua franca over the fictional world of Nesherk (Nexerkbrëx). Apart from a language for a fictional world, the language is also a closed project dedicated to make a language that makes learning simple, with a small number of sounds and the heavy usage of suffixes to indicate context, making word learning logical and simple, and follows a philosophy of equality, avoiding using terms that are negative in context (not-good (kobixatt) instead of bad).



Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n
Plosive b t d k
Fricative ð s ʃ χ
Affricate ts kx
Approximant j
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i ü
High-mid e
Low-mid ɔ
Low a


Diphthongs are made by adding a vowel with a grave accent (à, è, ì, ò, ù) after or before a normal vowel (a, e, i, o, u) or a vibrating vowel (ä, ë, ï. ö, ü), with the exception of ì before any consonant, as the diphthong would be expressed with a vowel with a circumflex (â, ê, ô, û).

Writing System[]

There are two ways of writing Harunish: with the standard Harunish alphabet (called Harûnxhittxkrib, image added) and the Roman alphabet. When a word isn't from Harunish origin, like a name, it has to be written in the Roman alphabet.


The Harunish alphabet with it's romanised counterparts.

Letter a ä à â b d e ë è ê h i
Sound /a/ /aa/ /ă/ /ia/ /b/ /ð/ /e/ /ee/ /ĕ/ /ie/ /χ/ /i/
Letter ï ì k m n o ö ò ô r s t
Sound /ii/ /ĭ/ /k/ /m/ /n/ /o/ /oo/ /ŏ/ /io/ /ɾ/ /s/ /t/
Letter u Ü ù Û x kh
Sound /ü/ /üü/ /ŭ/ /iu/ /ʃ/ /kx/



Harunish has no gender (neither grammatically nor conceptually) and no declension. Harunish uses the article "än" as the indefinite determiner. Definite nouns use no articles.


Verbs do not conjugate changing a part of the verb, but rather adding a suffix to it's base noun indicating it's tense.

Base noun Indefinite Present Past Future Imperative (order)
English Food To eat Eating Ate Will eat Eat
Harunish Taber Taberden Taberkâ Taberhast Taberxen Taberkar




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