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# The distinction between /ɬ/ and /lʒ/ and between /tɬ/ and /dlʒ/ has been diminishing greatly in recent years and colloquially is usually never pronounced.
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Imqorášə
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Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
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Classification and Dialects

Imqorášə (formerly Imqorásjə and colloquially Imqə̀aš or Imqə̀š) is a language isolate spoken in the Caucuses. It is the result of people from Europe, Africa, and America immigrating to the Caucuses to create an independent country and their culture and language merging overtime.


Phonology

Consonants

Bilabial Alveolar Post-alveolar Velar Uvular
Nasal m n q
Plosive p b t d (tʃ dʒ) k g
Fricative ϕ β s z ʃ (ʒ) x ɣ χ
Approximant / Trill w l j ʀ
Lateral fric. ɬ [lʒ]
Lateral aff. tɬ [dlʒ]

Vowels

Front Central Back
High i u
Mid ɜ (ə) o
Low æ a ɑ~ɔ

Phonemes in parentheses were brought into the language through loanwords but eventually became integral to the language.

Phonotactics

Many of the phonemes vary depending on their context in a given word:

  1. The distinction between /ɬ/ and /lʒ/ and between /tɬ/ and /dlʒ/ has been diminishing greatly in recent years and colloquially is usually never pronounced.
  2. When /k/ and /g/ appear final, they have no audible release (// and //), and in the case of an emphasized word (explained later) ending in /g/, /g/ is implosive and with no audible release (//).
  3. When /n/, /t/, and /d/ appear final, they are dental and have no audible release (//, //, and //).
  4. When /q/ appears final, it is a glottal stop with no audible release (//).

CV

VC

CVC

Geminated consonants count as two consecutive consonants.

Writing System

Letter
Sound
Letter
Sound
Letter
Sound

Grammar

Nouns

Verbs

Syntax

Lexicon

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