Haithrashara or Haithraxara (/haɪθraˈʃaɾa/) is spoken on the island continent of Haithras. It effectively died out in approximately 11,000 B.C after a global cataclysm.

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Classification and Dialects[]

Haithrashara Standard is spoken throughout Haithras as a unifying and political/religious tongue.

Each kingdom has their own dialect, which don't generally stray too far from the standard tongue. They are all mutually intelligible with each other.



Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ɲ ŋ
Plosive p - b k - g ʔ
Fricative f - v θ - ð ʃ h
Approximant w j
Trill r
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l ʎ
Lateral flap


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i u
Mid ɛ o
Low a


Writing System[]

Letter a i e o u
Sound a i ɛ o u
Letter i u ts
Sound j w

Example texts[]

The language of the Haithrasharaú is spoken in a land of beauty: Haithrashan artaurathai lumioran vra uathatz arta o'aithin aith.

The seas of Haithras: Haithrashan Iuorrat.

And from the sky rocks fell: Ha loanda tauat éularinoha .

There are ways: Ainúat õdaithá / Õdaithá ainúat.

By my life and by my blood, I will die for Haithras: Tziro iuiave ha tziro olthraave, i'ñetziuinoan Haithrashagen.

My name is ____: Tziro ithana ____ aith. / Ithana tziatz ____ aith.

My little black cat is beautiful: Tziro iki ñau uets lumi aith.

I will make a house in this forest: I'ithinoan iuifeu ivraõda thauef.

Do you not have a cat? (Are you catless?): Han ñetzñau thar?

Do you not have a cat?: Han tze ñau shuats? (Do no cat on you?)

Do you help people? Han úith'aihith vroau?

There is a cat in the forest: Õd ñau ivoraõdaef aith.


My hovercraft is full of eels: tziro ___ horaho ___ aith



Penultimate syllable takes word stress.

SOV (VOS for emphasis only).

Adjectives come after nouns, but can precede them for emphasis.

Verb Conjugations[]

*Verbs marked with prefix to indicate agent,

ithin (to make)

i'ithin (I make)

u'ithin (you make)

au'ithin (you make *plural)

ûe'ithin (you make *two)

o'ithin (he makes)a

a'ithin (she makes)

îa'ithin (we make) "inclusive we"

ai'ithin (we make) "exclusive we"

eû'ithin (they make)

oa'ithin (it makes)


I: tzi

My: tziro

You: shu

Your: shuro

You (plural): shuo

Your (plural): shuau (shuara originally)

You (two): sui

Your (two): suiro

He: e

His: ero

She: i

Her: iro

We: mu

Our: muo

They: ei

Their: eio

It: u

Its: uo


To be: ithá

Is: aith

Am: athra

Are (you - singular): thar

Are (y'all): thare

Are (they): ethi

Are (we - inclusive): otho

Are (we - exclusive): utho

Was (he, she, it): thia

Was (I): artha

Was (you): rath

Was (y'all): arath

Were (we - incl.): otho

Were (we - excl.): othu

Were (they): ithe

Things to be / Things that have been[]

*Used to form future and past tense verbs, as well as to form new nouns*

-oha: transformative suffix indicating something is completed. Used as a past tense marker on verbs as well. Can also indicate something very old, often pejoratively.

Ivoraoha: wood (tree that was/used to be) iui+vra (uvu vor-)

I'ithinoha: I made

-oan: transformative suffix indicating something is to be. Used as a future tense marker on verbs as well. (seed = tree/plant to be). Can indicate something that is a novice or underdeveloped.

Ivoroan: seed (tree to be/that will be)

I'ithinoan: I will make


*Prepositions act like suffixes, which cause a mutation in certain final consonants.

*s>sh, t>th, tz>tsh, l>ll (lh), n>ñ (nh), r>rr, k>g, g>h


Haithrashaef (In Haithras),

Haithrashan (Haithras's),

Haithrashergi (With Haithras),

Haithrashara (Of Haithras "Haithrasian", used for places),

Haithrashagen (for Haithras),

Haithrashainu (to Haithras).

Haithrashaiha (out of Haithras)

Haithrashave (by Haithras)

Arta (Word),

Arthaef (In the word),

Arthan (The word's),

Arthergi (With the word),

arthuthi (under the word),

arthothri (over the word).

Ol (Water),

Olaef (In the water),

Olats (On the water),

Oluthi (Under the water),

Olothri (Over the water),

Olan (The water's),

Olergi (With the water).

Olagan (For the water),

Olainu (to the water)

Olaiha (out of the water)

Augra (mountain),

augraef (in the mountain),

augrats (on the mountain),

augruthi (under the mountain),

augrothri (over the mountain),

augran (the mountain's),

augrergi (with the mountain),

augragen (for the mountain),

augrainu (to the mountain),

augranda (from the mountain),

augragua (around the mountain)

augraiha (out of the mountain)

*Possession indicated with suffix -ats (on) attached to pronoun.

"ñau uath tziats aith" (I have a cat, lit: cat a on-me is)


*Plural used for humans or human creations "-ú" (Sometimes used for cats out of respect)

Vroaú (humans/people),

Haithrasharaú (Atlanteans),


ilthiú (cities),

uthoaú (paths),

uthoahoú (streets).

*Plural used for doubled body parts "ui-)

Uioigi (eyes), uihaga (ears), uilortu (arms), uihatu (legs), uiuth (feet), uith (hands), uimai (lips)

*Plural used for animals or natural things "-át"

Augrát (mountians), iuorrát (seas), tzaikiát (stars), tauát (stones), ñauát (cats, also "ñaú" out of respect), uunát (birds), uerimaituát (hummingbirds), ueritát (flowers), ivorát (trees), ivorairatat (leaves)

Numerical plurals don't exist. "Two trees" would be "Ui ivora" (two tree).


Question phrases preceded by interrogative particle "han".

"Han arta usithin?" (Do you speak?)

"Han ol shuatz aith?" (Do you have water? Lit: *Do* water on-you is?)

"Han ol shuhatz aith?" (Do you guys have water? *plural)

Who: lon

What: leth

When: lout

Where: lul

Why: lethagen (what+for)

How: lethainu (what way)

Which: len

What is your name?: Len ithana shuatsh aith? (Which name you+on is?)


Yes: aith (verb repeated back, or verb "to be")

Yes: Thau (Emphatic yes, "this")

No: tz / tze (tzes for emphasis)

That's correct (it's this): aithau (aith+thau)

The: thai (usually after a word, but can precede the noun for emphasis)

This: thau

That: tholi

Those: tholiu (people) / tholiat (animals or objects)

And: ha

"Lack of something": ñetz- (used as prefix, can be likened to English "-less". ñetzivora - "desert", treeless)

"Abundance of something": õda- (used as prefix to form new words. ivoraõda, "forest" - abundance of trees)

Diminutive suffix: -ingi

Augmentative suffix: -aho

Agent affix: -il (ithinil "maker", ithin-il)

Expletive: ñetzaho! ("big nothing", worthless, useless, etc.)

"Né?": Tzeath/Tzeth? (Right? Isn't it?)

But: uait

Than: uaitu

-er: -atu

-est: -ianu

___: goa

-õt: *

-ergi: with (tziergi - "with me")


(ordinal numerals gain suffix -oa: uathoa "first)

One: uath / First: uát

Two: ui / Second: uiuát

Three: her / Third: Herát

Four: îau / Fourth: rauát

Five: oth / Fifth: othát

Six: sha / Sixth: shauát

Seven: hesh / Seventh: heshuát

Eight: hak (haku) / Eighth: hakát

Nine: net / Ninth: edauát

Ten: hau / Tenth: hauát

Eleven: hauath

Twelve: haui

Thirteen: hauer

Fourteen: hauîau

Fifteen: hauoth

Sixteen: hausha

Seventeen: hauesh

Eighteen: hauak

Nineteen: haunet

Twenty: uiau

Twenty-one: uiaula uath (two-ten-and one)

Twenty two: uiaula ui

Thirty: uiaula hau

Forty: ui uiau

Fifty: ui uiaula hau

Sixty: her uiau

Seventy: her uiaula hau

Eighty: îau uiau

Ninety: rau uiaula hau

One hundred: oatso


Nation of Haithras: Haithras

Something from Haithras: Haithrashara

Word: arta

Language: artaura

The Great Architect (God): Ithinilaho / Ithinil- / Ithinil Uá ("the first maker")

Name: Ithana


Sun: tharratza (tharra-tzai)

Moon: tzuratza (tzura+tzai)

Star: tzaiki (tzai+iki)

Sky: loa

Light: tzai

Water: ol (etym: ir)

Rain: laul (loa + ol)

Fire: tzaith (etym: tzai-ath) also iuainil (eater)

Smoke: aihañetza (out+dark)

Ice: itsa (ir-tsa)

Snow: loitsa / lotsa

Land/Earth: vra

Plot or terrain: vroingi

Mountain: augra

Volcano: tzaithaugra

Rock: tau

Lava: tzaithau (etym: tzaith-tau)

Hotspring: olathõda (ol+ath+onda)

Ocean: iuorra (ir "ol"+uorra "vrau")

Tide: iroha

River: olthoa (water+path)

Tree: ivora (life+earth) iui vro uvu vora

Leaf: ivoraira (life+rock+hair)

Grass: vroira (earth+hair)

Bush (mato em Português): guarama

Flower: ueri

Gold: tauara

Silver: tausira


Human: vroa

A being: ithoa

Animal: iuithoa

Cat: ñau

Kitten: miu

Bird: uun

Songbird: tsiri

Owl (or night birds): ñetzauraún (ñetzaura+uun)

Owl: uúu

Hummingbird: uerimainil (flower+kiss+er)

Fish: iriuoa (ir+iui+oa)

Mammoth: -aho ( +aho)

Rabbit: tsauri

Shark: aku

Body Parts[]

Head: hodu (hoduil "Leader", + il)

Face: hauta

Eye: oigi

Nose: pepil (smeller)

Mouth: naus

Tongue: arth

Lip: mai

Ear (orelha): ulo-

Earhole (ouvido): ulo

Hair: ira


Hand: ith



Foot: uth


Blood: Olthra (ol-lathra)


Heart: iuithra


Sight: oik (see: oigin)

Smell: pep (smell: pepin)

Taste: tra (taste: train)

Touch: ti (touch: tin)

Hearing: or (hear: orin)


Nation: vraho







Lord: vrau




Crowd: vraho/vraõd



Path: uthoa

Street: uthoatso

Slave: ñetzatzlat (useless little things, always in a dehumanizing nonhuman plural)

Atzla: thing

Atzlingat: little things ('tzlingat in Northerner accent)

Salt: tratau (taste stone)

Haithras language: artauarra (artauramoshi, "good language"/"good word")

Time: iroha (from "tide")

Now: thauau (from - thauthau, "this this")

Factory: ondaithi


Black: uets

White: sira

Brown: masta

Red: thrau

Blue: lorau (etym: loa+)

Green: rama

Yellow: ara

Orange: lathara

Misc. Verbs[]

Make: ithin

Isness: tharra (etym: aith-ora)

Walk: uthin (to foot)

Go: hauin

Kiss: main

Fall: larin

Sleep: sa (ithin)

Help: ith'aihith (hand+give)

Give: aihith (aiha+ith) *aihithoa - gift


Big: uorra

Small: iki

Great: viri

Good: aún

Good luck: ondatharra

Bad: tzora (etym: tze-ora)

Bad luck: ondatzora

Beautiful: lumi (lumiora beauty)

Ugly: ñetzushi (ñetz+moshi/uoshi)

Nice/good quality: moshi

Hot: ath

Cold: tsa

Freezing: ñetzath

Bright: Õdatzai/Õdatza

Dark: ñetzai/ñetza (ñetz+tzai)

Bottom: uthe

Top: odu


Life: iui

Live: iuin

Breath: uvora

Soul: uvoa

Food: iuá

Eat: iuain

Drink: irá

To drink: irain

World (living): guaiui (around+life)

World (inanimate): guainuthaho (guainuthahoa) / guainuthe

Place: feu

Way: ainu

Deep: õdauthe (abundance marker+bottom)

Death: ñetziu (ñetz + iui)

Creation: ithi

Day: tzaura (tzai-ora)

Night: ñetzaura (nnetz-tzai-ora)