Hûrayca (Hurayish) is a dialect of Al Bakiyye Conlang.

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What ist the Hurayish (Hûrayja)?[edit | edit source]

Hûrayca (Hurayish) means that a language is freedom and transparent like a mount. And also it means; a language of freedom.

Hûr     :           Freedom in English.

Ay       :           Request, desire, wish suffix in Hûrayca (Hurayish)

Ca       :           “-sh, according to”. “ce, ca” are used for language’s names and ideas.

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If you want to write and speak a language as freedom, unlimited and no rules as strong, you must learn the Hurayish language. Hûrayca (Hurayish) is a dialect of Al Bakiyye Conlang.

What does “Hûrayca” mean in English?

There are many forms in English': Hurayish, Hurayja, Huray Language, Hurayen etc.

Abbreviations[edit | edit source]

TR       :           Turkish

HÛ      :           Hûrayish

EN       :           English

DE       :           Deutsch

BK      :           Al Bakiyye

Key Features of the Hurayish Language[edit | edit source]

Which alphabet you want, you can write with it the Hurayish. But there is a standard alphabet for Hurayish that everyone can learn easily. This alphabet has 39 letters and the system is from Latin.

-        Every letter reads special like English letters.

-        It must be written from left to right with the Standard Hurayish Latin Alphabet.

-        All names must be written as an uppercase letter.

-        The sentence sequence is free.

-        There is a ToBe System like English.

-        There are some articles like English and German; “lâ, ya, ol, ey, el, -i / yi”

-        There is a special personal pronoun for the creator – God.

-        There are many negative, adjective and plural forms.

-        There are 5 tense and also many time and issue modes.

-        Prefix, middle-end suffix are very important.

-        There is a big dictionary and you can find all verb and root words in this dictionary. Everybody can create a new word with these words and Hurayish’s suffix.

Hurayish Grammar[edit | edit source]

There is no rule as alphabet for Hurayish. Which alphabet and writing system you want, you can use and write Hurayish with that. You can write the Hurayish with Arab, Gokturk, Russia, China, Al Bakiye ... alphabets. The creator and developer created a standard alphabet with Latin letters that everybody can learn the Hurayish free and easily. If the writer wants, he/she can use emotion, icon, logo, symbol etc.

Standard Hurayish Alphabet[edit | edit source]

Main Letters: A B C D E F G H X I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z

Special Letters: Â Ê Ç Ğ Ɠ İ Î Ñ Ö Ř Ş Ü Û

No

UPPERCASE

Lower case

Read

No

UPPERCASE

Lower case

Read

1

A

a

A

22

M

m

Em

2

Â

â

ea

23

N

n

En

3

B

b

Be

24

Ñ

ñ

4

C

c

Ce

25

O

o

Ol

5

Ç

ç

Che

26

Ö

ö

Öl

6

D

d

De

27

P

p

Pi

7

E

e

E

28

R

r

Er

8

Ê

ê

Ê

29

Ř

ř

Riy

9

F

f

Ef

30

S

s

Es

10

G

g

Ge

31

Ş

ş

Shay

11

Ğ

ğ

Ğe

32

T

t

Te

12

Ģ

ģ

Ģa

33

U

u

U

13

H

h

Hey

34

Ü

ü

Ü

14

X

x

Hay

35

Û

û

Û

15

I

ı

I

36

V

v

Ve

16

İ

i

İ

37

W

w

Wah

17

Î

î

İy

38

Y

y

Ya

18

J

j

Jey

39

Z

z

Zed

19

K

k

Key

40

20

Q

q

Qul

21

L

l

El

Names[edit | edit source]

All pronouns must be written with an article and the first letter must be uppercase. There are 2 type pronouns; Special pronouns and generic pronouns. All generic pronouns can be used as verbs too.

Masculinity – Femininity in Hurayish[edit | edit source]

We can indicate in 3 ways, whether the name is masculine or feminine;

1.     with adjectives,

2.     with special names,

3.     with the suffix: “e, çe, che”.

Example:        (Manager) Zaysan (m), Zaysane (f).

In pronouns sentences the ToBe are; “ist” and “dır”.

Plural Names[edit | edit source]

There are 5 forms for plural.

1.     –ler, -lar         : Adamlar (The men, Humans)

2.     – at                 : Algazgırat (The animals)

3.     - gêân             : Ademîgêân (The people, humans) It is used generally for nations.

a.      Türkgêân (The Turks)

b.     Cermengêân (The Germans)

4.     –eyn                : Çarağayn (shoes) It is used generally for double plurals and pair.

5.     –en, -in           : Barqen (Houses)

Names Cases[edit | edit source]

Nominativ

-

Ya Barq

House

Accusative (i)

iy, siy, riy

Barqiy

House

Dative (to)

a - e

Ya Barqa

To House

Dative (in)

fi

Ya Barqfi

In House

Dative (from)

fin / fik

Ya Barqfin

From House

Genitive(of)

ın - in

Ya Barqın

Of House

Genitive of

řiy

Ya Řiybarq

House’s

(by, with)

len - lan

Ya Barqlan

By House, with House

Feminine

e, -çe

Mutetmene. Ulça

Female teacher

Plural

ler, -lar, -en, 

Mutetmenler, Mutetmenen

Teachers

Plural

gêân

Mutetmengêân

Teachers

Plural

at

Algazgırat

Animals

Plural Pair

eyn

Çarağayn

Shoes

Root

î

Mutetmenî, Çomraî, Türkî, Tüğükî

Teacher, wood, Turkish, Historical

Conjunction adjective

up

Barqup, kutup, Bilkuup, Başarup

Married, Happy, Knowledgeable, Successful

Belonging

ânê

Mutetmenânê, Okulânê, Minânê, Bargânê, Uçmağânê

Owned by the teacher, belonged to the school, owned by me (mine), home's, heaven's

Belonging to a place

yal

Cermenyal, Londurayal, 

German, from London

Place-Ownership

iyye

Mutetmeniyye, Türkiyye, Cermeniyye

Teacher's place, Turkish place, German place

Ownership of the Living Place

astan

Mutetmenastan, Tatarastan, Türkastan

The place where the teacher lives. The place where Tatars live, where the Turks live.

Place Ownership

ya

Mutetmenya, Umsurya, Cermenya

Teacher country, Utopia (Imaginary Country) German country

Land Fragment Ownership

land

Mutetland, Cermenland

Teachers' dormitory, German dormitory

Place-Location: Presence

yut

Imrazyut, Kobruyut, Baryut

Hospital, Warehouse, Shelter

Place-Location: Processing

hane

Mutethane, Betikhane

Classroom-School, Library

Place of Action

tay

Çamratay, Savaştay, Azıtay, Bağtay, Oruçtay

Jungle, Battlefield, Devil Summoning Nest, Prom, Iftar Banquet

Negativity: Unwanted

Ñâ

Ñâmutetmen, Ñâmenler, Ñâhoş, Ñâsev, Ñâçuk!

Unwanted teacher, Unwanted people, dislike, unloved, Don't Dating!

Negativity: Lack

jıg

Mutetmenjıg, Araybajıg, Kutjıg

No teacher, no car, unhappy

Negative: Adverse Action

bi

Bimutet

No teaching, Biuğma, Bihoş

Negative: Anti-Opposite

anti-

Antimutetmen, Antiislam

Anti-teacher, anti-Islam

Don't be out

gayřiy

Gayřiymutetmen, Gayřiyhegget, Gayřiyislamdekmen

Except for the teacher, Unreal

False-Error

yan

Yanmutet, Yanunert

Teaching wrong, misunderstanding

Being External

haricen

Haricenmutetmen, Haricenbetik

Non-teacher, Non-book

Being out of it

İm

İmtormu, İmtöre

Out of life, illegal

Fear

gorbi

Yürgügorbi, Uçgorbi, Elsegorbi

Fear of heights, Fear of flying, Social phobia

Bag

ğa

Parayğa, Yaznançğa, Betikğa, Malğa

Wallet, Pen Holder, Bookcase, Bag

Action Taker

men

Mutetmen, Kulutmen

Teacher, Slave

Operational Quality

mend

Mutetmend, Savaşmend

Person capable of teaching, person holding a gun

Action Expert

kâr

Mutetkâr, Yapıtkâr

Instructor-master instructor, Artist

Activist

ğan

Mutetğan, okuğan

Who teaches, who reads

Producer

ar, er

Muteter, Yazar

Tutorial, Author

Challenging

Mutetkjı, Satjı

Tutorial, Seller

Adult-Specialist

can

Bilcan, Wetcan, Tancan

Wise-scholar, Competent, Witness

Relevance

dar

Mutetdar, Kökençdar, Gökelemdar

Interested in teaching, interested in Etymology, interested in Astronomy

Wisher:

enşa

Enşamin, Enşaallah

I wish, God wishes

Wisher:

meşa

Meşamiz, Meşailteber

If I wish, if the governor wishes

Incline

gend

Çıkgend, Girişgend, Konaşgend

Prone to dating, sociable, talkative

Perfection

Sûbhaynû

Sûbhaynûmutetmen, Sûbhaynûbarq, Sûbhaynûadam

Perfect teacher, perfect house, perfect man

Style-Style

alâ

Alâmutetmen, Alâtürk

Teacher style, Turkish style

Operational Time

gâh

Mutetgâh, sehergâh

It's time for class, it's time for dawn

Processing Time

leyn

Mutetleyn, Okşayleyn, 

Teaching time, Evening time

Sustain-Continue

ber

Berokşay, berbetik

Continuation of the evening, continuation of the book

Sort

ng

Bereng, Keyeng

First second

Philosophical Scientific

Kökenç, İnanç, Günenç, Ukumenç, Ağınç, Gizlenç

Etymology, Faith, Chronology, Ideology, Psychology, Electricity, Privacy

Docile-Convenient

jıl

Barqjıl, Adamjıl

Domesticated, Humane

Conceptual-Science

sal, sel

Barqsal, Tilsel, Ketsel, Doğelemsel, Sayızsal

Domestic, Linguistic, Chemical, Physics, Mathematics

Ism-Philosophical Thought

wûs

Atamalwûs, Elselwûs, Sofiwûs, Türkwûs, İslamwûs

Capitalism, Socialism, Sophism, Turkism, Islamism

Methodical Science

iyat

Mutetmeniyat, İslamiyat, Eseriyat, Adamiyat, Türkiyat

Teaching Manners, Theology, Science of Art, Biology, Turcology

Abstract Science

taj

Anıztaj, Elseltaj, İgetaj, 

Mythology, Sociology, Mental Science

Concrete Science

elem

Gökelem, Yerelem, Tıpelem

Astrology-Astronomy, Archeology, Medicine

Tools

gaç, geç

Süzgeç, Barıngaç, Yatgaç, Bilkusaygaç, 

Strainer, Hostel, Bed, Computer

Sheath-Tool-Piece

lok, luk

Başlok, Sulok, Damğaluk, Sözlök

Title, Waterer, Alphabet, Dictionary

Part-Reduction

cux

Mutetmencux, Sözcux, Taşcux

Intern, Word, Pebble

Step-Hand Strangeness

laç

Analaç, Atalaç, Ağalaç, Balalaç, Ullaç

Step-child, step-father, step-child, step-child, step-son

Baby

zade

Asgırzade, Kapgırzate, Mehmetzade, Çomrazade

Lion cub, tiger cub, Mehmet's son, Tree sapling

Pro-Fanatic

daş

Mutetmendaş, Yurtdaş, Cermendaş,  Fenerbahçedaş

Teacher lover, Yurt lover, German fan, Fenerbahçe fanatic

Resemble

gil

Mutetmengil, Algazgırgil

Teaching, Animalization

Simulate-Mirror-Defender

dek

Türkdek, İslamdek, Baladek, Akdek, Atamaldek, Elseldek, Sofidek, Nurdek, Hırdek, Vızdek

Turkist, Islamist, Childlike, Whitish, Capitalist, Socialist, Sofi, Sparkle, Wheezing, Buzz

Asking Name and Age[edit | edit source]

It must be used question pronouns like Nû (what), Nic (how) etc... It doesn't need a sentence.

What is your name? :Ad Nû” or “Nû Ad?

How old are you? : “Uli Nic” or “Nic Uli?”

My name is Atilla : Min Ad ist Atilla.

I am 23 years old. : Min Uli ist 23.

Articles and Objects[edit | edit source]

There are many articles in Hurayish like English, German, Al Bakiyye etc. There is no gender discrimination in articles for Hurayish. The missions of articles are functional, structural and semantic.

Article

Example

English

German

Ya - Ye

Ya Adam

The Man

Der Mann

Lâ - Lê

Lâ Adam, Lê Elem

A Man

Ein Mann

El - Al

El Adam

VIP Man

Besonderer Mann

Ey - Ay

Ey Adam

This/That Man

Dieser Mann

Ol

Ol Adam

unknown man

unbekannter Mann

iy / -riy / -siy

Adamıy

The Man (Objective)

Der Mann

Lil Lil Türkña, Lil Doyçña The Turkish, The German Der Turke, Deutscher

Without “-iy, -siy” or “-riy” articles, all articles must be separated from the pronouns.

The articles cannot change and the tenses do not change the articles.

For Example: Doctor, find me a cure. Give me the medicine that cures my problem.

Hûrayca: Ya Sağuman, bol mine ber lê İmgung! Ber mine sağung olwan Emgi!

Note: It can be used double form in some pronouns;

Rab     : El Rab = Er Rab (The God)

Barq    : El Barq = Eb Barq (The House)

For this method the first letter should be consonant like “w, r, t, p, s, f, h, j, k, l, z, c, v, b, n”

Indefinite articles:

TR: Bir kedi

EN: a cad

DE: eine Katze

BK: Бર ⟓Ɔ

: Ber Pisi

Specified Object:      Min wurde okuerti ya Betik. (I read the book.)

                                    Min werde görtaç Betikiy. (I’ll see the book.)

Unspecified Object: Min wurde okuerti ber Betik. (I read a book.)

                                    Min werde görtaç ol Betik. (I’ll see a book.)

Adjectives[edit | edit source]

There are 4 methods for adjectives in Hurayish.

1.     Prefix             :           teze Barq (New House)

2.     Suffix             :           Barq-ıteze (New House)

3.     With Articles :           Barqelteze (New House)

4.     Adj. Names    :           Tezenbarq (New House)

For Example: Married woman

o   Barqup Ece

o   Ece-ibarqup

o   Eceelbarqup

o   Barqupunece

o   Ber Ece-ibarqup

o   Bu Ece-ibarqup

o   Ya Ece-ibarqup

Comparative & Superlative in Adjectives[edit | edit source]

-        Nominal          : Teze (New)

-        Comparative  : Tezerak (Newer)

-        Superlative    : Enteze (The newest)

The bigger house       : El ulurak Barq  / or: Barq-ıulurak

The biggest house     : El enulu Barq / or: Barq-ıenulu

Sign Adjectives[edit | edit source]

These Adjectives are like “this, that, these ...”

This/That

Bu, Şu, Ol

The other

Teyku

These, Those, Them

Bular, Şular, Ollar

Like that

Nança, Belece, dem, oldek

For Example:

This is a car    :           Bu ist ber Arayba. / Bu ber Vaslamdır.

Prepositions[edit | edit source]

There is no special rule for prepositions in Hurayish. The writer and speaker can select it, which they want. There is only one rule. If the preposition is prefixed, it must be separated. If the preposition is suffixed, it must be adjacent to the words.

Prefixed

Suffixed

English

Zu - Tu

e, a, ya, ye

to

Bay

-

by

Mit, Wit

-len

With, by

-dinbeřiy

since

Un

-usru

on

-beren

beyond

Nûyar, Uparfi

-çip

near

Efi, in

-içru

in

Unter

-altru

under

-onru

Front of

Doru

to

Anşıtat

Instead of

Evvel

Before, ego

Manay

around

Sureb

during

Haricen

without

Obwohl

Despite, in spite of

Konti

for

Abşay

-ja

According to

Garşın

Although, though

Keymen

-dek

As, like

za, mert

for

diçe

that

-kal

until

Ander

Other than

Darum

Because of, due to

Deshalb

Due to

dinaxır

After that

The Numbers[edit | edit source]

10 – 20 between: On+number (Onber, Onuc, Onterte, Ondıykul)

20, 30, 40 and multiples: Number+ok (Keyok, Ucok, Terteok)

No

Hûrayca

English

No

Hûrayca

English

1

Ber

One

11

Onber

Eleven

2

Key

Two

12

Onkey

Twelve

3

Uc

Three

13

Onuc

Frontend

4

Terte

Four

14

Onterte

Fourteen

5

Başe

Five

15

Onbase

Fifteen

6

Alte

Six

20

Keyok

Twenty

7

Yede

Seven

21

Keyokber

Twenty one

8

Sekey

Eight

22

Keyokkey

Twenty two

9

Dıkul

Nine

33

Ucokuc

Thirty three

10

On

Front

45

Terteokbase

Forty five

30

Ucok

Thirty

0

Esfer

Zero

40

Terteok

Fourty

1000

Bin

Thousand

50

Baseok

Fifty

10.000

Onbin

Ten thousand

60

Alteok

Sixty

1.000.000

One millon

Mutabin

70

Yedeok

Seventy

Billion

Mutabinrak

80

Sekeyok

Eighty

90

Dıkulok

Ninety

100

Yüz

Face

Which number system you want, you can use it for the number like Gujarati, Khmer, Malayalam, Roman, Urdu, Eastern Arabic, Tibetan and Chinese etc.

Ordinal Numbers[edit | edit source]

To all number’s end must be add “ng” or “eng”.

First

Bereng

Hundredth

Yüzeng

Second

Keyeng

Fiftieth

Başokeng

Third

Uceng

First

İlk

Fourth

Terteng

Second

İlkeng

Fifth

Başeng

End

Son

Tenth

Oneng

Last

Soneng

Hours[edit | edit source]

Hour, clock:Oğur”. It does not use To Be in an hour's sentences.

Asking: Oğur Nic? (What is the time?)

Answer: Oğur ber. (It is 1. O’clock.)

Time: An, Oğ

Hour: Ağur

Minute: Oğrayık

Second: Oğurdak

Split Second: Oğurçak

*Quarter, half is not used in Hurayish. It is said to be a digital form.

Days[edit | edit source]

Deutsch

Türkçe

İngilizce

Hûrayca

Montag

Pazartesi

Monday

Başgün

Dienstag

Salı

Tuesday

Dergün

Mittwoch

Çarşamba

Wednesday

Olgün

Donnerstag

Perşembe

Thursday

Oltaygün

Freitag

Cuma

Friday

Ulugün

Samstag

Cumartesi

Saturday

Kıyavgün

Sonntag

Pazar

Sunday

Iyıkgün

Day     : Gün / Tün

Week  : Wik

Weekend: Wiksonru

Mounts[edit | edit source]

Hûrayca

English

Akpan

January

Tuluğan

February

Açar

March

Kırçan

Engagement

Terteçan

May

Tozaran

June

Bozaran

July

Kırkar

August

Budan

September

Bulğan

October

Kırlaş

November

Çağan

December

Weather[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

Sun

Kün

Sunny

Künup

Rain

Muru

Rainy

Murup

Snow

Lapu

Snowy

Lapup

Light Rain

Lajazmuru

Cloud

Awan

Wind

Yel

Windy

Yelup

Storm

Famung

Hot-Cold

İssî - Buzzî

Rainbow

Alkım

Damp

Cibiung

The weather is nice           : el Kalıg ist hüsnü bugün.

The weather is rainy          : el Kalıg ist Murup.

Country-Nation[edit | edit source]

German: Cermen

German Country: Cermenya

Germany: Cermenland

German: Cermenî

German Land: Cermenistan

From Germany: Cermenyal

German Language: Til-icermen

Some country names, nations and languages

English

Nation

Language

Country

Russian, Russian, Russia

Urus

Urusca

Urusya

Canadian, Canadian, Canadian

Kanadyan

İngilizce

Kanadya

Chinese, Chinese, Chinese

Çin

Çince

Çinastan

Arab, Arabic, Arabia

Arap

Arapça

Arapastan

Indian, Hindi, Indian

Hint

Hintçe

Hintastan

British, English, UK

İngiliz

İngilizce

İngilizya

Turkey, Turkish, Turkey

Türk

Türkçe

Türkiyye

Spanish, Spanish, Spain

İspanyal

İspanca

İspanya

Farsi, Persian, Iran

Pers

Persce

Persya

Tatar, Tatar, Tataria

Tatar

Tatarca

Tatarastan

Czech, Czech, Czech Republic

Çek

Çekce

Çekya

Asking country, country and nation[edit | edit source]

Where are you from? : Nûrayfin sin?

Where are you from? : Nûray sinin Yurt?

What nationality are you from? : Kangı Yurt sinin?

Colours[edit | edit source]

Garay

Black

Gızıl

Red

Yeşel

Green

Gövez

Navy blue

Akalgök

Plato

Garaygızıl

Maroon

Küren

Maroon

Turkuvaz

turquoise

Göğerte

Purple

Ak

White

Gök

blue

Boz, Çal

Grey

Sazrenge

Beige

Yağaz, Konur

Brown

Turunç

Orange

Al

Pink

Sayrıy

Yellow

alaca

Colourful

Continents[edit | edit source]

Continent / Mainland: Anugaray

Land: Garay

Hûrayca

Remark

English

Anugaray-ibatsık

Day Sinking Continent

Europe

Anugaray-idıysık

Day Rising Continent

Asia

Anugaray-imid

Middle Continent

Africa

Usamerriylak

Upper American Mainland

N. America

Asamerriylak

Lower American Mainland

S. America

Anugaray-iküney

Southern Continent

Oceania /

Usbuzcuk

North-upper ice country

Australia

Asbuzya

Southern / lower ice country

Greenland

Usbuzya

North - upper polar region

Antarctica / South Pole

Foreign Words[edit | edit source]

Words taken from those whose origin is a language with Latin letters are written as in that language. In languages written with alphabets such as Arabic, Japanese, Indian, and Chinese, it is written in the way it is read.

For Example:

Latin   : Nasa, Coca Cola, Jena, Julai vb. 

Arab   : Hûda, Selamaleykum,

Question Pronouns[edit | edit source]

Hûray

English

What

Nû An

When

Nûray

Where

Nûrayfi

Where

Nûrayfik

Where from

Nûrayii

Where

Nûrayga

Where

Nûrayyal

Where

Nûkal

How much

Nûmauc

Why not

Nûçik

How

Nûsin

How

Kangı

Which

Kon

Who

Nûden, Nûjun, Wayel

Why, Why

It does not need use To Be for Question Pronouns. (Q. Pronouns + Name)

For Example  : What is your name, where are you from?

: Nû Ad sinin? Nûrayfinsin?

Adverb[edit | edit source]

Space Adverbs[edit | edit source]

In case of specifying direction and status, the suffix “-ray” is brought to the word.

Hûray

English

Buray

Here

Oray

There

Şuray

there

İçrey

Inside

Duray

Out

Usray

Top

Yukray

Up

Asray

Down

sağ

Right

sol

Left

Ötray

Beyond

Oppoz

Against

Where is your house?' = Nûrayfi sizin lâ Barq?

EN: Come down from this road. Then turn right and there is a market there. The house opposite it is our home.

: Gelasřiy bu yolfin. Basa durn tu sağ or gibs ber Kiřîneşhane orayfi. El Barq olwan oppoz řiyol ist mizin Barq. 

Adverbs of Time[edit | edit source]

Hûrayca

English 

Nû Aan / Nû An

When

Nû kal aan

How long

Nickez

How many times

Yaku

Soon

Sonru

After that

İmdi

Right now, now

Tün

Yesterday

Gün

Today

İmdikal

Until now

Sıkça

Often / Often

Ber Kez

One time

Kayçak

Sometimes, Occasionally

Er Çör

Every time

Êvle

Noon

Sonru

Then

Tünkal

Until yesterday

Turukku

Always

Lenge

Long time

Nudıy

Rare

Er gün

Everyday

Er wik

Every week

Exclamations[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

What a pity!

Vah vah!

Oops!

Eyvah!

Well..!

Ee..!

Come on!

Nûyap be!

No!

oo..!

No way!

Wauw

Whoops!

İğy

Whoa!

Vah be!

Wow!

Vay be!

Wow!

Vaycani

Wow!

Wouw!

Oops!

Ops!

Ah!

Ah!

Hey!

Hey!

Oh!

Eri!

Hush!

-

Hah!

Hah!

Gosh!

Hay Allah!

Oh!

Aman!

Help!

Emyar!, Viratay!

Come on!

Êyâlla be!

Pronoun[edit | edit source]

Undefined Pronouns[edit | edit source]

Hûrayca

English

Man

Berriy

Someone, anybody

Konhe

Nobody, nobody

Jarkal

Everyone

Erkangı

Any

Haması

All

Ber şay

Something

ber nic

A few

Beraz

Some

Berçox

Many

Özi

Itself

Teyku

The other, huh

Berriyki

Since

Özge

Other, other

Kon

Anybody

Personal Pronouns[edit | edit source]

English

Nom.

Acc.

Dat.

Dat.

From Dat.

Gen.

The God

Hay

Hayı

Haya

Hayfi

Hayfin

Hayın

I

Min

Mini

Mine

Minfi

Minfin

Minin

You

Sin

Sini

Sine

Sinfi

Sinfin

Sinin

He/She/It

Ol

Olı

Ola

Olfi

Olfin

Olın

We

Miz

Mizi

Mize

Mizfi

Mizfin

Mizin

You

Siz

Sizi

Size

Sizfi

Sizfin

Sizin

They

Ollar

Olları

Ollara

Ollarfi

Ollarfin

Olların

You

Sizler

Sizleri

Sizlere

Sizlerfi

Sizlerfin

Sizlerin

Own

Özi

Özi

Öze

Özfi

Özfin

Özin

Example

English

Hûrayca

My world

Minin Yertenç

Your country

Sizin Ülke

Our money

Mizin Paray

You are my life.

Sin ist minin Tarmu.

We will build our house with you.

Miz werde Barqkurtaç mit sin. 

Mine, Yours

Mininki, Sininki

Of your own house

Özi Barqın

He owns his own house.

Ol sahap özi Barq.

The Verbs[edit | edit source]

To Be[edit | edit source]

For Name Sentences:ist” and “-dır”.

Verb Sentences:war

1-Present

2-Past

3-Future

Negative

Remark

war

wurde

worden

nar

Separate before verb

ist

ist

ist

değel

Separate before verb

dır

erti

imiş

değel

Post verb, adjacent

Verb Conjugations[edit | edit source]

Verb Infinitive:          See

Type

Formula

Hûrayca

English

Root Verb

Gör

See

Infinitive

Zu/tu + Kök

Zu gör

See

Passive

Zeş+Kök

Zeşgör

Be seen

Reflexive

Kök+aw (aw, ew)

Göraw

Seem

Show someone

Kök+tum

Görtum

Show (Show)

Have someone see

Ge+Kök+tet

Gegörtet

Show (Show)

Name Form

Kök+ma

Görme

Seeing

Order

Kök+!

Gör!

See

Negative Order

Ñâ+Kök

Ñâgör!

Not Seeing

Wish

Kök+ay

Göray

Sees

Present tense

Kök+a

Göra

Sees

Present tense

kök+řiy

Görřiy

Sees

Past tense

kök+erti

Görerti

Saw

Past Perfect Tense

kök+miş

görmiş

Have seen

Future tense

kök+taç

görtaç

Will see

Verbs Form[edit | edit source]

Understanding Mode

… ña …

Çukñaçuk, Yazñayaz

As soon as it comes out, the author does not write

Present tense

a

Min war çuka

Inference

Down Action

asřiy

çukasřiy

descending

Reflexivity Mode

aw

Yıkaw, Turaw

Bathing, Being Desired

Conditional-Wish Mode and Structure

ay

Çukay, Hûray, Günnuray

If it comes out, wanting to be free, wanting the day to be bright

Together Action

co

Comutet, Coseyr

Teaching together-Let's teach, Watching together

Infinitive

en

Çuken, Gören, Uçen

Exit, See, Fly

past tense

erti

Min wurde çukerti

I got out

To the core

et, ar, er

Çuket, Wetet, Pişet

To take out, to grow

Avoidance Mode

evite

Çukevite, Wetevite, Sevevite, Görevite

Avoiding dating, Avoiding getting enough, Avoiding loving, Avoiding seeing

Passive Enforcement

ge…tet

Geçuktet

Take out

Animals

gır, gir

Asgır, Kapgır, Kuçgır, Çabakgır, Yılgır, Mengir

Lion, tiger, bird, fish, snake, mount

From Eternal to Eternal Mode

ing

Min war seving

I love, i love, i am in love

Thesis Mode

iver

çukıver, Wetiver, 

Going on a session

Output Product

jak

Mutetjak, Yakjak

Instructional material, Fuel

Main Product

ku

Mutetku, Verku, Tanku, Yapku, Çukku, Wetku

Teaching, Tax, Publicity, Artwork, Output, Authority

Use

kul

Araybakul, Urayvaslamkul

Driving a car, using a tram

Verb-Name

lam

Mutetlam, Görlam, Araylam, Dizlam

Teaching-Teaching, Seeing-Seeing, Searching, Sequencing-Sequencing

Verb Name

ma, me

Çukma, Görme,

Don't Exit, Seeing

Outgoing product

miş

Mutetjak, Geçmiş

Taught material-curriculum, past

past perfect tense

miş

Min worde çukmış.

I'm out

Action Together

mu

Muçuk, Mugör, Musöz, Muuğr, Mual

Quitting, Meeting, Contract, Dealing, Getting Used

Be on

ol

Çukol, Wetol

To go out, to be in the job of being a parent,

Repeat Mode

re

Reçuk, Regör, Real, Remax

Get out again, See it again, Get it again, Do it again

Present tense

řiy

Min war çukřiy

Getting out

Future tense

taç

Min werde çuktaç

I will go out

Passive Submission

tum

Çukartum

Take off

Product of Action

u, ıy, iy

Çuku, Wetu, Yazu, Dıyu, Zöriy

Output, Power, Text-text, Finding, Sensory, Herd

Original Product

ung

Mutetung, Satung, tanung, seçung, alung, yapung, sevung, Tarung, Tövung

Teaching, Exchange, Definition, Choice, Purchase, Making, Love, Agriculture, Center

Conditional Mode

us

Çukus

If it comes out

Verb-Name

ut

Yaşut, Anut, Yakut, Tençut

Peer, Monument, Fuel, Criterion

Vehicle Creation

vaslam

Mutetvaslam, Okulvaslam

Teaching tool, School bus,

Lean Root

x

Çuk, Yap, Uç

Get out, do it, fly

Imperative Mode

x

Çuk! Max!

Get out !, Do it!

Up Action

yukřiy

çukyukřiy

Don't go up

Passive-Passive Mode

zeş

Zeşçukar

Be removed

Infinitive (Preposition)

zu, tu

zu Çuk, tu Gör, zu Uç

Exit, See, Fly

Making a Noun Verb[edit | edit source]

Example: Sand (Sand, gravel, beach, soil ...)

Special

Additional

Verb

English

Infinitive Verb

-en

Kumen

Sandblast

Operation

-yap

Kumyap

Make sand

Reflexive

-aw

Kumaw

Sandblast

Passive-Passive

Zeş-

Zeşkum

Be sandblasted

Turn into a product

-bol

Kumbol

To be sand, to be sand

Passive

-tum

Kumtum

Sandblast

Passive

Ge...tet

Gekumtet

Sandblast

Modal Verbs[edit | edit source]

Modal Verb

Engish

Rule-Formel

Zol

Obligation.

zol + Main verb

Mus

Obligation

mus + Main verb

Ken

can

ken + Main verb

Diler

Wish

diler + Main verb

sahap

Have

sahap + Main verb

let

Leave, leave

let + Main verb

Es 

Want, desire

Es + Main verb

Moj

Bidding

Moj + Main verb

Verb Infinitive[edit | edit source]

Hûrayca

English

Formel

tu yap

Make/do

tu + verb infinitive

zu yap

Make/do

zu + verb infinitive

yapen

Make/do

verb infinitive +en

Reflexive Verbs[edit | edit source]

It should add “aw” end of the verb in reflexive. “Yıkaw, Göraw, Giyaw...” (bathe, show up, dress up). In reflexive the work must be done by itself.

Reflexive: (wash) - zu Yıkaw (Bathe on your own)

Pasive: (washed) - zu zeşyıka (Someone else is washing herself)

Reflexive – Passive Verb Examples

English Reflexive

Reflexive

Pasive

English Passive

Get better

Eyew

Zeşey

Healing

Dress up

Bezew

Zeşbeze

Being adorned

Rejoice

Sevew

Zeşsev

Be loved

Conjunctions[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

frankly

Şerxayan

but

Ajer

but

jedox

even

tum

because

Jor, Çün

even

Tağu

also

tum

grandfather

tum...tum

So

Telamkio

but

fakalte

again again

gêne

gotta ... gotta (se)

hem...hem tum

And … Or

ha...ha

whereas

hâlbukio

even

tayhê

especially

hele

both

hem

as well as

hem tum

both ..... and (both)

hem...hem tum

with

mit, wit, -len,

if

Us

wanna ..... want (se)

Es...Es

oh ..........

kâh..........kâh

in short

kısacanev

that

kio

not that

lekin

since (that)

mâdemi

how

Nûsinkio

So what

Ñû gibs

Unfortunately

Ñû dilêşî

neither ...... nor (also)

Ñû...ñû tum

thus

bêle

whereas

oysa

but

oysakio

such that

êleki, Nança

then

êleysu, Nançasu

moreover

hemfi 

and

or, mi, ci, çi, un

or

vam

or

vamhut

or

yatum

either .... or (or)

ya...ya tum

or

yahut

alone

Yalnu, Abaa, Saltız

as long as

Wetay

or

narsu

for

ziren

also

kezâ

So

deko

No

jo

Structures and Forms[edit | edit source]

Tenses[edit | edit source]

Tense

To Be

Suffix

Form

Example

English

Present tense

war, ist

a

Subject + To Be + Verb+e

Min war gela (war gelamin)

I come

Present tense

war

riy

Subject + To Be + Verb+riy

Min war gelriy (war gelriymin)

I am coming

Future tense

werde, ist

taç

Subject + To Be + Verb+taç

Min werde geltaç (war geltaçmin)

I will come

Past tense

wurde

erti

Subject + To Be + Verb+erti

Min wurde gelerti (wurde gelertimin)

I came

Past Perfect Tense

worde

miş

Subject + To Be + Verb+miş

Min worde gelmiş (Worde gelmişmin)

I had been came

Request Mode

war

ay

Subject + Verb + ay

Min war gelay

Let me come

Passive Passive Mode

war

zeş

Subject + To Be + zeş+verb

Min war zeşgelerti.

I was came

Conditional Mode

-

us

Subject + verb+us

Min gelus

If I come

Thesis Mode

-

ver

Subject + verb+ver

Min geliver

Come on

Imperative Mode

Verb Infinitive

Gel!

Come!

Always mode

war

ing

Subject + To Be + Verb+ing

Min war geling

I am coming, I always come

Example: This book is dictated to us by someone else.

Hû: Man war geyazet bize bu lâ Betik. 

Bay (by): It is used in passive sentences. Who is making the verb, it is used to it.

EN: The book is written by me.

HÛ: Lâ Betik war man yazo bay min. 

Imperative[edit | edit source]

The verb is used as infinitive.

Possitive Imperative

Nagative Imperative

Wish Imperative

Passive Imperative

Hûrayca:

Kond!

Ñâkond!

Konday!

Zeşkond!

English:

Stay at home!

Dont stay at home!

Let me stay at home!

Stay at home

There is/There are (Gibs)[edit | edit source]

En       : There is a child at home.

De       :  Es gibt ein Kind zu Hause.

       : Gibs lâ ber Bala efiy lâ Barq. 

BK      :  ᒍӬ Ḷᒍ∧ ჰŧ ୨ર Ƒ..↾ ᒍӬ Ḷર⊲

TR         : Evde bir çocuk var.

Have/Has (Sahap)[edit | edit source]

There are 2 forms for his sentences. It is with the modal verb: “Sahap”, verb: “menç”.

It cannot use “a” in Present Tense with this form; Min sahap ber Arayba / Min sahapa ber Arayba.

EN:     I have a car. I had Money but now I have not any money. I will have a new house after 3 days.

:     Min sahap ber Arayba. Min sahaperti lâ Paray. İmdi sahapa min jo Paray. Min werde mençtaç ber Barq-iteze sonru uc günfik. 

Any/never (Jo)[edit | edit source]

The sentences must be possitive form. When the “Jo” is used, the meaning will be negative only. There is no rule. Where you want, you can use it.

English:          I have never been to Istanbul.

Hûrayca:        Min wurde gedeerti zu ya İstanbul jo. / Jo wurde min gedeerti ya İstanbula. 

Maybe (Bolay)[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

Maybe

Bolayki

I believe, according to my belief

Glavmin, Min war glava, Agar İnançřiymen

To me, i think

Agar min, Abşay min, Minja,  Min war aylaba, Ukumřiymen, Cümanřiymen

About (Wû)[edit | edit source]

Hûray

English

Özwû

About me

Özwû

About me

Menwû

About me

Haqwû

About me

Sinwû

About you

Needs (Vam)[edit | edit source]

I need a book: Min vam ber Betik. 

You don't need to know what I'm doing: Sin vam nar bila nû wurde min maxerti.

Like & Hate (Hoş & Xınc)[edit | edit source]

If the word is a verb, it should be used with the name form with “-lam”. And the word-name takes suffix according to tense, form or others. Also the name after the “hoş/xınc” should be ended with “-fin”.

            Hoş/Xınc + Name+fin

I like you: Min war hoşa sinfin

I hate this house: Min war Xınca bu lâ Barqfin. 

I hate going to school: Min Xınca gedelamfin tu ya Okul.

Alû Mode[edit | edit source]

If there is not a word in the Hurayish dictionary yet, or if you want to emphasize a word from other languages like English, Turkish, German, etc., it should be used “alû” before the work. Also it can be added to language code like “en, de, tr, eo, ar, fa, bk”.

Alû Form: Language Code + Alû+the word from another language. (en-Alûcheckin, de-Alûbahnhoff, tr-Alûgümüş, ar-Alûdunya…). In this form the foreign word can be added to Hûrayish.

Wish (Kiay)[edit | edit source]

It will add “-ay” end of the verb. Also “kiay” can be used as a preposition or a verb. It can be used front or end of the sentences.

English           : I wish I could learn German.

Hûrayca         : Kiay war min matunay ya Lisan-icermen. 

Interested in (İlig)[edit | edit source]

It is used to be and the tense should be always tense (Bahîan). The main verb is “İlig”. Form: “ilig + zu + name”

English :         I am interested in cinema.

Hûrayca :       Min war iliging zu Kalrayyut.

Suffix and Prefixes

Question Suffix and Prefixes[edit | edit source]

There is only one fix; “mu”. It can be used at the front or end of the sentences. If you want, you cannot use it also. But in that time, the to be should be the first position of the sentences.

With “mu”     :          Mu ist lâ Barq? (Is it a house?)

Without “mu”:          İst lâ Barq? (Is it a house?)

If the author wants, can be changed with to be also;

Ist mu lâ Barq? 

            Ist lâ Barq?

Negative Suffix and Prefixes[edit | edit source]

There are many negative forms in Hurayish. There are negatives Suffix and prefixes in Hurayish.

●       The To Be:     “değel” ve “nar”.  Min değel ber Sağuman. (I am not a doctor.)

●       Without To Be: “Ñâ” prefix. Ñâgel zu lâ barq! (Don’t come to Home!) 

o   Prefix: Ñâ, Bi, Gayriy, Anti, haricen

o   Suffix: ñuz, jıg 

Immortality: Unwanted

Ñâ

Ñâmutetmen, Ñâmenler, Ñâhoş, Ñâsev, Ñâçuk!

Unwanted teacher, Unwanted people, dislike, unloved, Don't go our!

Immortality: Lack

jıg

Mutetmenjıg, Araybajıg, Kutjıg

No teacher, no car, unhappy

Without teacher, Without car

Immortal: Reverse Action

bi

Bimutet, Biuğma, Bihoş

No teaching, negative, unpleasant

Negative: Operational negativity

ñuz

Mutetñuz, Gelñuz, 

Doesn't Teach, Doesn't Come

Negative: Anti-announcer

anti-

Antimutetmen, Antiislam

Anti-teacher, anti-Islam

Don't be out

gayřiy

Gayřiymutetmen, Gayřiyhegget, Gayřiyislamdekmen

Except for the teacher, Unreal

False-Error

yan

Yanmutet, Yanunert

Teaching wrong, misunderstanding

Exclusion

Haric

Haric ya Barq, Haric lâ JBV

Except for the house, excluding VAT

Being External

haricen

Haricenmutetmen, Haricenbetik

Non-teacher, Non-book

Being out of it

İm

İmtormu, İmtöre

Out of life, illegal

Step-Hand Strangeness

laç

Analaç, Atalaç, Ağalaç, Balalaç, Ullaç

Step-child, step-father, step-child, stepchild, step-son

Nothingness

jo

Gibs jo lâ Barq burayfi. 

Never, any

== Vehicle Suffix and Prefixes ==

Bus, minibus, train, ship, plane, etc. In the vehicle action, the "-vaslam" suffix is used for the tools that have the characteristics of a vehicle.

Road Transport: Road

Highway - Railway: Rayol

Two Wheeled Vehicles: Single

Rail System Railway Transport: Rail

Rail only (Train): Rail

Overhead rail line (Tram): Uray

Rail line running underground (Metro): Aray

Seaway Transportation: Den

Submarine Transportation: Aden

Airline Transport: Fly

Flight: Uçvaslam

Words:

Train: (Rayvaslamlam)

Bus: (Yolvaslam)

Metro: (Arayvaslam)

Ship: (Denvaslam)

Tram: (Urayvaslam)

Sentences[edit | edit source]

There are only some rules for the sentences. Exept that, the sentences using and creating is free. Some rules;

-        The main (basic) sentences should be separate from the clause.

-        It should add “ef” front of the sentences and end of the verb “-us” in conditional clauses. Ef min görusa siniy, werde min bertaç sine lâ Paray. (If I see you, I will give you Money.) The “ef” can be used one time and “-us” can be used many times in the sentences.

-        In Hurayish there are many methods to create sentences. So, it can be seen in many different forms and sentences which have the same meaning.

Possive – Negative – Question Sentences[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Negative Name Clause

Bu değel ber Betik.

Bu Ñâbetikdir. 

This is not a book.

Negative Verb Sentence

Min nar yazerti ber Betik. 

Ber Betik ñâyazertimin.

I did not write a book.

Positive Name Clause

Bu ist ber Betik.

Bu Betikdir.

This is a book.

Positive Verb Sentence

Min yazerti ber Betik.

Ber Betik yazertimin.

I wrote a book.

Question sentence

Mu sahap ol ber Barq?

Mu gibs ber Barq orayfi?  

Is there a house there?

Name Sentences[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Name Sentence (ist)

Min ist ya Hûryazar.

Ya Hûryazarmin.

I am a freelance writer.

Name Sentence (dır)

Min ya Hûryazardır.

Ya Hûryazarmindir

I am a freelance writer.

Verb Sentences[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Verb Sentences

Min war yaza aks ya Hûryazar.

war yazamin aks ya Hûryazar.

I write as a freelance writer.

Basic Verb Sentences

Min werde geltaç zu lâ Okul sinlen erteki. 

Erteki werde geltaçmin zu lâ Okul mit sin.

I will come to school with you tomorrow.

Clauses[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Clause

Sin war sevay dostiy, war sin yardema. 

War sevay ya dost, war sin  yardema. 

If you love your friend, you will help him.

Clause

Alu war min geda zu ya Okul, wurde min bolerti ber Parayğa. 

Min wurde bolerti ber lâ Parayğa, alu zu ya Okul gedertimin. 

I found a wallet while going to school.

Holistic Clause

Min wurde görerti ki,  wurde gelerti sin zu ya Barq.

Wurde görertimin ki, zu ya Barq wurde gelerti sin.

I saw you coming home.

Relative Sentences (Olwan)[edit | edit source]

English:          Martin, who is my teacher, has a car. 

Hûrayca:        Menin Edige olwan Martin sahap ber Arayba. 

Active Sentences:     Bu lâ Arayba ist gızıl. Min wurde görerti el Arayba-igızıl. (This car is red. I saw red car. )

Relatif Cümle:           Min wurde görerti gızıl olwan el Arayba. (I saw the car which is red.)

Inverted Sentence[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Inverted Sentences

Erteki werden miz gettaç zu ya Okul sinlen.

Erteki werden gittaçmiz Okula mit sin.

With you tomorrow we will g oto school.

Conditional Clause Sentences[edit | edit source]

Sentence type

Definite Pronoun

Indefinite pronoun

English

Bound Conditional Clause Sentences

Ef min sahapusa  ol Paray bergün, werde min gedetaç zu Ötüken. 

Ef sahapusamin ol Paray bergün, werde gdetaçmin tu Ötüken. 

If I have money one day, I will go to Ötüken.

Double Verb Sentences[edit | edit source]

It means that there are two actions with 2 verbs. Example verbs: like, work, tyr, hope, think etc.

One Sentences:         Min war uma lâ gellam. (I hope to come.)

Many Sentences:      Min war uma kio, werde sin geltaç mit min zu lâ Kalrayyut Erteki. 

(I hope that you come to the cinema with me tomorrow.)

For Examples:

I hope to come.

Min war uma lâ gellam.

I would like you to teach me Huraica.

Min war kilema sinfin kio, mutet mine ya Hûrayca. 

I love to walk (using the verb noun)

Min war seva lâ Çirlam.

I'm trying to find money. (2. Using the infinitive of the verb)

Min war eşlema lâ Paraybol

Greetings[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

Hello hi

Good Morning

Günnuray

Good afternoon

Tünnuray

Have a good day

Hayrungünay

Good evening

Okşayay

Goodnight

Yatkuay

Good luck with

Ebbolay

How are you?

Sin Kandıy, Nûçik Sin? 

I'm fine thank you

Eymin, Bayar

Not bad

Ñâaman

bye

Esenkal

See you later.

Sonrumagör

Take care of yourself

Eyayözi

bye

Esenkal

Good bye

Gülegül

Good bye!

Haymayhay

Welcome

Esen Gelertisiz

Family Members and Concepts[edit | edit source]

English

Hûrayca

Father

Ata

Grandpa / Grandfather

Uluata

Grandma / Grandma

Uluana

Grandma

Anařiyata

Grandmother

Anařiyana

Father

Baba, Ata

Mother

Ana, Añû

Stepmother

Analaç

Step father

Atalaç

Mother-in-law (Mother-in-law)

Anařiyeş

Father-in-law (Kaynata)

Atařiyeş

Parent (Mother-Father)

Anatay

Brother (Brother)

Ertoldaş

Sister (Sister)

Riytoldaş

Aunt

Bibi

Aunt

Eze

Uncle

Emi, Emmi

Nephew / Daughter Nephew

Ulřiytoldaş / Ulřiytoldaşça

Cousin

Tuma, Tumaça

Husband (Spouse Male)

Er, Eş, Biy

Mistress (Spouse Wife)

Eş, Biyçe

Married Couple (Wife-Husband)

Barqdaş

Daughter

Oğulça

Son (Son)

Oğul

Grandson

Oğulzade

Granddaughter

Ulçazate

Child

Bala, Çağa

Children

Çağalar

Baby

Çağa, Mevlut

Bride

Eşřiybiyçe

Groom

Eşriybiy

Relative

Nezhatdaş

The sister of wife

Êltê

Weathers[edit | edit source]

It is used as “Kalığ” for the weather.

How is the weather? :                                    Kalığ Nûçik? 

The weather is nice, it is cold. :        Kalığ ist Ey, Kalığ ist Buzzî

Syntax in Hurayish (Al Bakiyye Dialect)[edit | edit source]

Because the Hurayish take the system and syntax from Turkish and Al Bakiyye, it provides an independent syntax form and sentences. When we change the place of the words, the meaning has not changed and is intact. There are only 3 rules.

1.     Articles are never separated from the names.

2.     The adjectives are never separated from the names.

3.     Prepositions are used with the name it describes.

For Examples: I will meet you with a person today.

1.     Min werde gemugörtettaç bermenlen bugün. 

2.     Werde gemugörtettaçmin siniy bermenlen bugün.

3.     Bugün werde min gemugörtettaç siniy mit ber kon. 

4.     Wit ber Men werde min gemugörtettaç ya sin bugün.

Word Derivation[edit | edit source]

Hurayish is an easy dialect of the Al Bakiyye which you can create a new word from the basic and infinitives of the verb, nouns. There are many prefixes and suffixes for it. Also, many prepositions and verbs can help you for this work.

The developer created a form for his work. You can check it and create your words, forms and sentences with these forms.  http://hurayca.rastgelelik.com/hurayca_turetweb.html

Example Sentences and Workings[edit | edit source]

(Hûrayca): Min mus matut ya Hûrayca junhûriyat.

            English:          For freedom, we must learn Hurayish.

            German:          Für die Freiheit müssen wir Hurayisch lernen.

            Esperanto:      Ni devas lerni Huraya por libereco.

Turkish:          Özgürlük için Hûrayca öğrenmeliyiz. 

            C.Al Bakiyye: Бᓬ ᓬO૪ ȪરГƝΛ ৬ ᏖમC ↾C❞Ꮦર.

Hindi:             स्वतंत्रता के लिए, हमें होरे भाषा सीखना चाहिए। 

(Hûrayca): Hû, min başlaerti junmatunlam tezeltil. Hûrayca olwan tiliy war min tatsuğa zu jarkal 

EN: Hello, I started to learn a new language. I recommend the language named Hûrayca to everyone.

TR: Merhaba, ben yeni bir dil öğrenmeye başladım. Adı Hûrayca olan dili herkese tavsiye ederim. 

DE: Hallo, I habe eine neue Sprache gestartet zu lernen. Ich empfehle die Sprache Hûrayca jedem.

ESP: Saluton, mi eklernis novan lingvon. Mi rekomendas la lingvon nomatan Hûrayca al ĉiuj.

(Hûrayca): Min wurde severti siniy ilk lâ Görkufi. 

            TR: Ben seni ilk görüşte sevdim.

            EN: I loved you at first sight.

            DE: Ich habe dich auf den ersten Blick geliebt.

            ESP: Mi amis vin unuavide.

Conditional Clause[edit | edit source]

En: If I get enough Money, I will buy a book.

: Ef minin Paray wetsua werde min kiřînaltaç lâ Betik. 

Causal Sentence[edit | edit source]

En: She was late for the lesson because she could not wake up.

: Mert kan ol nar ayılerti, wurde ol waperti zu lâ Okut. 

Definition Sentence[edit | edit source]

En: Dostluk, birlikte başlayıp birlikte bitirmektir. 

: El Dostunç ist Cofanglam or Cobeterlam. 

Welcome Sentence[edit | edit source]

En: The sky looks bluer today. My favorite color is blue.

: Gökyut war zeşgöra gökrak bugün.  Ya Tüş olwan min war seva en ist gök. 

Sentence Stating an Objective Judgment[edit | edit source]

En: Istanbul is the most crowded city in Turkey.

: İstanbul ist ya İl-ienkupti ya Řiytürkiyye.

Sentence Stating Subjective Judgment[edit | edit source]

En: This book impressed me very much.

: Bu ya Betik war raydaking miniy çox. 

Parable Sentence[edit | edit source]

En: There are hands like cotton.

: Sin sahapa ay Rukeyn Çomravilldek. 

Indirect Sentence[edit | edit source]

En: She wrote in her letter that she would be back in three months.

: Ol worde yazmiş ol Zarf-idamlafi kio werde regeltaç sonru uc Ay.

Types of Expression[edit | edit source]

Interpretation (Tevilet)[edit | edit source]

It is made with “kio, aşaran, bêle, hemfi” conjunctions.

Main sentences, kio + interpretation sentences.

For Example: The letters were again on the table, and they were letters she had not read for months.

Hûrayca: Gêne el Zarf-idamlaat ist un lâ Yudruk, kio nar okuerti ayenja olwan el Zarf-idamlaat. 

Verbally - Word Derivation (Türetek)[edit | edit source]

You can create many words with “Türetek Form” and you can have special words.

For Example

The words: Yeşelînemiş (Greengrocer), Kirineşhane (Market), kâr (Function maker suffix) 

Verbally in Hurayish: Yeşelînemişkirineşhanekâr (Vegetable-Fruit sales supervisor.)

Explanation (Şerx-iolunç)[edit | edit source]

It is created with “Şerxayan, ayan, şerh’, kezâ” conjunctions. After main sentences we can inform the reader about a thing with this form. After conjunctions we should add double points.

EN: It was a baby in a blue dress. She was clearly understood to be a boy. 

: Ol ist ber Bala kio wurde geyerti ay Kökgeyu ayan: ol ist lâ Oğul.

Patrol (Gezung)[edit | edit source]

It is created with “Kezâ” conjunctions. We can talk and tell many things with this system without main sentences and meaning. … Main Sentences; Kezâ … (Patrol Sentences)

 

EN: I dreamed of him again this morning; I want to see it every morning, but I can't see it, I can't talk when I see it, and I turn into a mad - couch and I burn "ah", I saw him again.

HÛ: Bu ayılgâh genê wurde min yulerti lâ ol minin ya Mavfi; kezâ es min göra olıy er ayılgâh ajer nar ken göra, sureb göramin ken nar min aytata or war min joawa tum “aah” têmin mi war min çoğing. Min wurde yulerti genê olıy.

Lyric (Usûlîhat)[edit | edit source]

It is lyrical telling. Sound, pedestal, rhythm, rhyme, etc. Sentence narration is provided by making warnings. There are some symbols for this telling also;

! =       Oratory and order

? =       Asking questions to the reader and the listener, making them think

* =       Explanation sentence, additional information

,, =       Doubling, repeating a word or sentence twice

^^ =     Extension

Sentences with Other Writing Systems[edit | edit source]

Alphabet - Font

Sentences

Hûrayca Latin

Matut ya Hûrayca junhûranç! Hûrayca ist za Jarka.

Arab - العربية

ماتوت يا حورايچا جونهورايچا! حورايچا يست زا جارقا.

Cyrillic - Русский

Матут ыа хураыца юнхуранц! Хураыца ист за Ярка.

Greece - Ελληνικά

Ματυτ υα υραυκα ηυνυρανς! Υραυκα ιστ ζα Ηαρκα.

Orkhun -

Sanskrit/Hindi -देवनागरी

मतुत य हुरय्च जुन्हुरन्श्! हुरय्च इस्त ज़ जर्क​.

Armenian - հայերեն

Մատւտ յա Հւրայծա ձւնհւրայծա։ Հւրայծա իստ զա ձարկա։ 

Latin General

Matut ya Hurayga junhuranch! Hurayga ist za Jarqa

Berber - ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ

Mⴰⵜⵓⵜ ⵢⴰ ⵀⵓⵔⴰⵢⵛⴰ ⵊⵓⵏⵀⵓⵔⴰⵏⵛ! ⵃⵓⵔⴰⵢⵛⴰ ⵉⵙⵜ ⵣⴰ ⵊⴰⵔⴽⴰ.

Hebrew - עברית

מאתות יא הוראישא עונהוראנש! חוראישא יסת זא עארכא.

Al Bakiyye M@Ꭷᛠ ৬ ᏖમC Ĵ❞Ꮦમλ! ᏖમC ჰŧ ᓬΛ Jર⊲.

Ottoman - عثمانليجه

موتات يا هورايجا ژونهورانچ! حورايجا يست زا ژارقا.

Some Writing Rules[edit | edit source]

Which alphabet is used, we have to create the sentences according to it and its rules.

The some rules for Standard Hurayish Alphabet:

-        All special-private names and the names which have an article must be written uppercase letter.

-        The first word of the sentence begins with an uppercase letter.

-        Compound words take fusion letters such as "y, ğ, h, x" if they come together with the same sound-letter.

-        Suffixes after numerical values such as numbers and hours are separated by quotation marks (‘); (10.00, 1 ng…)

-        Question, preposition, auxiliary verb, modal verb, article suffixes are written separately.

-        Articles starting with a consonant letter can be written according to the adjacency rule; It can also be written as El Barq = "Eb Barq" or "Eb'barq" (Home). There is no semantic difference, only emphasis and ornamentation as pronunciation.

Punctuation[edit | edit source]

Dot (.)

Dash (_)

  Comma (,)

Plus (+)

  Semicolon (;)

Or  (/)

  Two dots (:)

Pause (°)

  Three points (...)

Confirmation (✓)

  Question mark (?)

Not Accept (✕)

  Exclamation mark (!)

  Quotes ("  ")

  Apostrophe (‘)

  Parenthesis (Bracket (())

  Short line ( - )

Daily Activities[edit | edit source]

ENGLISH

HÛRAYCA

I get up at 7 in the mornings.

Ayılgâh war min  ayıla 7.00’fi. 

I have breakfast at 7:30.

7.30’fi war min ayıljakyapa. 

I go to school by tram at 7:45.

7.45’fi war min gede mit lâ Urayvaslam. 

Lesson starts at 8 o'clock.

8’fi war fanga lâ Ders. 

I have lunch at 12 o'clock.

12’fi war min yea êvlen.

I will come back home at 15:00.

15.00’fi war min regete zu lâ Barq. 

After school, I drink coffee and listen to music.

Sonru Okulfin war min iça lâ konur, tına lâ Çalav. 

I do my homework.

Min war maxa minin Mutauhden

I take a walk at 17:00.

17.00’fi war min Çirmaxa

I take a shower at 18:00.

18.00’fi war min yunakkula/yuma.  

19:00 I pray.

19.00’fi war min ibada. 

I have dinner at 19:30.

19.30’fi war min yea lâ Okşayaş. 

I watch TV or watch a movie on the computer.

Min war seyreta lâ Seyretgeç vam lâ Kalray Bilkusaygaçfin.

I go swimming every weekend.

Er wik sonru war min gede junnag.

I take a walk when it's sunny.

Wen ya Kalığ ist ey, war min Çirkumaxa. 

When the weather is cold, I chat with my friends at home.

Wen ya Kalığ ist Buzzî, war min aytata mit minin Dost. 

I enjoy fishing on the weekend.

Wiksonru war min hoşa lâ Çabakgırkeype.

At 21:30 in the evening, I go to bed (sleep - go to bed.)

Okşay 21.30’fi war min yata. 

Purpose and Freedom of Hûrayja (Hurayish)[edit | edit source]

This language is a Conlang’s dialect. The main language is Al Bakiyye and it is created for freedom. There is no rule for alphabet, writing system and telling forms. What and how you want, you can use this language and write-tell everything as freedom in this language.

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The Words and Dictionary of Hurayja (Hurayish) / Lexicon[edit | edit source]

Hurayish is a dialect and has many words from other dialects of Al Bakiyye like Classical Al Bakiyye and Al Bakiyyetuneşvek. There is a dictionary and it calls “Big Dictionary of Hurayish.” There are more than 5000 words in the dictionary but most of the words are stem and infinitive verb words. And also there is a table for creating a new word. Everybody can create many words as free with this form. Because of this we can say that Hurayca has a million words.

Let’s show this in a table with this Create Table (Türetek).

(This form is only an example. All forms were not used.)

Prefixes - Suffix

Hûrayca

English

İnfinitive

as

hang

İmperative

as!

hang!

Location

Astay

Execution Table, Gallows

Person

Asman

Executioner

Person

Asmend

The person capable of hanging a man

Negative

Asñuz

Does not hang

Opposites

Antias

Anti-death, Anti-death

Timing

Asgâh

Execution time

Place  - Tool

Asyut

The place where hanging items are placed; Wardrobe, Cloakroom, Coat Rack

Adjective / conjunction

Asup

Hanging

Name

Asu

Hanger, hanger,

Incorrect Action

Yanas

Wrong hang

Name

Asku

sullen (Noun / Adjective)

Verb Noun

Aslam

Vine (Name)

Tool-Bag

Asğa

Hanging bag, hanging rack

Reason

Junas

To hang

Reflexivity

Asaw

Hang

Passive

Zeşas

Hang up

Product

Asjak

Hanger, Laundry,

Negative İmperative

Ñâas

Don't hang!, not hang

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