Höch Herjisch
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Initial
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Genders 1
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Words 107 of 1500
Creator Nik Vnučec

Classification and Dialects[]

It's a language spoken on the south and east coast of the Baltic sea (The Kingdom of Herrenburg) . There are several dialects, over 100 dialects.



All consonants are written as spoken, but there are some consonant combinations such as: CH - X, SCH - ʃ,

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p b t d k g
Fricative f v s z ʃ  Ʒ ç x X
Approximant j
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l
Lateral flap


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i y u
Near-high e ʊ
High-mid o
Mid ə
Low-mid œ
Near-low æ
Low a


All vowels are written as spoken.

Writing System[]

Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L
Sound a b ts/k/s d e f g h i j k l
Letter M N O P R S T U V X Y Z
Sound m n o p ɾ s t u v gz ij z
Sound æ œ ʊ aj əj ʃ X a: e?e/ ɛ i: Ɔ u:



Nouns only have plural and direct object forms, direct nouns get an -em ( -m if the noun ends on a vowel), and get -er (-r if the noun ends on a vowel) before it, if they're plural. As said, indirect object also get -er ending for plural.


Articles are always placed before the noun and adjective. The articles are de for indirect singular, dem for direct singular, der for indirect plural and dem for direct plural.


Adjectives are placed before the noun. Adjectives take the same endings as nouns for the same purposes so they change according to the noun after it, with plural and direct forms. And also have the same ending rules, that change depending on the ending.


*The ending in brackets are for plural

Personal Accusative Direct Accusative Indirect Possessive Direc
Eg Mie Mem Mijn(er) Mijn(er)em
Du Die Dem Dijn(er) Dijn(er)em
Hie Hie Hem Hijn(er) Hijn(er)em
Zie Zie Zem Zijn(er) Zijn(er)em
Dat Dat Dam Datijn(er) Datijn(er)em
Vie Os Osem Oser(er) Oser(er)em
Jo Jo Jiem Jijn(er) Jijn(er)em
Die Die Dem Dier(er) Dier(er)em



There are no conjugations, only normal tenses, meaning that, there are no simple, continuous, perfect and imperfect etc.

Infinitives get -en ending.

Present tense is formed by removing the -en ending from the verb.

Past tense is formed by putting had (Have) before the infinitive.

Future tense is formed by putting geen (To Go) before the present form.

Conditional is formed by adding vud (Would) before the infinitive.

Grass - grassSubjunctive is formed by adding vud gevaler (Would like) before the infinitive

Imperative has the same form as infinitive.

Participle is formed by adding -da to the verb root. Only used as an adjective

Gerund Du var in mijn haus. (You are in my house). Eg ge mijnem materem seen. (I go see my mom)is formed by adding -ing to the verb root. Only used as a verbal noun.

Verbs are made negative by adding nie before the verb.

*The verb To Be in its present form is never used, like in Russian, meaning that e.g. Eg göd, instead of Eg var göd, also in its future form it would be Eg geen göd, and not Eg geen var göd.


Yes/No questions are formed switching the subject and verb, and putting the question mark after it.

WH- questions are formed the same as Yes/No questions, except the questionnaire is added and the beginning.


Vat - What (Indirect)

Vatem - What (direct)

Ver - Who (indirect)

Verem - Who (direct)

Vie - How

Ven - When

Vilser - Which

Vo - Where

Varum - Why

Viefill - How much/many


Near Away Far Away
Indirect Singular Dat Das Dies
Plural Det Des Dieser
Direct Singular Datem Dasem Diesem
Plural Detem Desem Dieserem

Indirect Pronouns[]

Negative Affirmative
Who (Indirect) niever samver
Who (Direct) nieverem samverem
What (Indirect) nievat samvat
What (Direct) nievatem samvatem
How nievie samvie
When nievan samvan
Which nievilser samvilser
Where nievo samvo
Why nievarum samvarum
How many/much nie sam


Words are capitalized, if they're names, titles or if they're at the beginning of the sentence.

Commas are written before conjunctions (except and and or), or if the sentence ends in general.


Burg - Castle

Staad - State, Land

Stad - City, Town

Hjünd - Dog

Tree - Tree

Berg - Hill

Haus - House

Mater - Mother

Vater - Father

Leicht - light

Strade - Road, Path

Venstren - window

Flus - River

Föreja - fire

See - sea, lake

Varen - To be

Haden - To have

Fallen - To fall

Kissen - To kiss

Lieven - To love

Mon - Moon

Ja - Yes

Nie - Non, Not

Son - Sun

Varen - To be

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