High astroxian
astergatsa aeltja
Type Flexional
Alignment SVO and SOV (both were accepted)
Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 3
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 0%
Nouns 0%
Verbs 0%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words of 1500
Creator Relox84

Classification and Dialects[]

High astroxian, also known as early astroxian and more rarely as proto-astroxian, is an extinct romance language spoken from 500 AD to 900 AD, and is the earliest form of what is today the astroxian language. It is generally accepted that high-astroxian started at 486 AD with Marjinte Rakene's "jiedice dēi socjati" ("judgement of society") wich describes how young native astroxian speakers couldn't understand inscription on stones written in vulgar latin when the first settlers arrived, while everyone could only two generations ago. It also corresponds with the beginning of friendly relationships with the astroxians and the Gu people, and the slow absorption of them within the astroxian people, which is shown by the fact that high-astroxian is the first form of astroxian to contain words of gugaθi origins. It also is accepted that high-astroxian ends around 900 AD, when the gugaθi language went extinct.



Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m n
Occlusive t d ɖ k g q ʔ
Affricate p͡ɸ t͡s
Fricative ɸ β s ç ʁ h
Approximant ʋ j
Trill r
Flap or tap ɾ


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back


Writing System[]

High astroxian was written in the earliest known form of the kjenvari alphabet, which was created based on the latin alphabet and the gugaθi scripts to simplify communication with the astroxians.



Declention of nouns of astroxian root:[]

High astroxian still had most of the declentions of latin, appart from the ablative whose role was taken by other oblique cases. While the singular forms are mainly inherited directly from latin, the plural and newly formed dual show -t and -h suffixation respectively, from influence from local languages, gugaθi.

Hereafter are the seven declention patterns of high-astroxian, shown by the words " dēs pader " the father, " dēs heur " the time of the day, " dēr kera " the heart or love, " dēr femin'" the woman, or femininity in general, " dēr

Case Masculine -er Masculine -ur Feminine -a Feminine -in Feminine -an Neuter -ø Neuter -o
Nom. sing.


heur kera femin loran


Voc. sing. padrē heu kera femē loran kun domo
Acc. sing. padrem heum keram femim loras kun domo
Gen. sing. padri heuri keri femi lorar kuni domi
Dat. sing. padre heure kere feme lorar kune dome
Nom. plur.



kerat femit lorat


Voc. plur. padret heuret kerat femit lorat kunt domot
Acc. plur. padrat heurat kerat femat lorat kunt domot
Gen. plur. padrete heute kerate femate lorate kunte domote
Dat. plur. padrit heurit kerit femit lorit kunit domit
Nom. dual


heureh kereh femih lorah



Voc. dual padreh heureh kereh femih lorah kuneh domoh
Acc. dual padrah heurah kerah femah lorah kuneh domoh
Gen. dual padrah heurah kerah femah lorah kunah domah
Dat. dual padrele heurele kerele femile lorale kunele domole

Declention of gugaθi loanwords:[]

Gugaθi borrowings have their own declention system which is heavily infuenced by their original gugaθi declention systems: herafter are the declentions of the words "dēs giṛ " the finger, " dēs plo " the anthem, " dēr lolna " the settlement and " dēr ṫali " name given to the common astrasian apple that spead to mean apples in general.

Note that only the most common nouns of gugaθi origin follow this declension pattern, as most loanwords eventually followed the native inflexional system.

Case Masculine -ø Masculine -o Feminine -a Feminine -i
Nom. sing. gi plo lolna ṫali
Voc. sing. giṛ plo lolnē ṫalē
Acc. sing. giṛas plos lolnas ṫalas
Gen. sing. giṛeṛ ploṛ lolnah ṫalih
Dat. sing. giṛel plon lolnel ṫalil
Nom. plur. sagiṛ plot


Voc. plur. sagiṛa plota salolna ṫal
Acc. plur. sagiṛas plotas salolnas ṫalot
Gen. plur. sagiṛeṛ ploteṛ salolnah ṫalat
Dat. plur. sagiṛel plot salolnele ṫalole

Note that nouns ending with other letters than o or i bore the gugaθi plural prefix sa-.


The definite articles come from latin de + unus, and the indefinite direclty from unus.

Masc.Sg Fem.Sg Neut.Sg Ma/Ne.Du Fem.Du Ma./Ne.Pl Fem.Pl
Nom. dēr da do deh dah dēt dēt
Acc. dem dam do deh dah dēt dat
Gen. dēr dēi dēr deh dah derte darte
Dat. dēi dēi dēi del dal dēit dēit
Masc.Sg Fem.Sg Neut.Sg
Nom. on an on
Acc. om am on
Gen. enir ani enir
Dat. eni ani eni




Example text[]


Pater noster, qui es in cælis

Sanctificetur nomen tuum ;

Adueniat regnum tuum ;

Fiat uoluntas tua

sicut in cælo et in terra.

Panem nostrum quotidianum da nobis hodie,

et dimitte nobis debita nostra

sicut et nos dimittimus debitoribus nostris

et ne nos inducas in tentationem

sed libera nos a malo.


High astroxian:

Patrē notte, ke es endēi cele,

Sanktifēon tom num,

Adallat ton rennur,

Fat tan vulat

Surēi Cele asi dēi Terre.


English translation: