Type fusional
Alignment nom acc
Word Order ~
Head direction final
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Topic-Prominence Yes
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect


Isrussiy, also known as Isrussian or Hisrussian, is a fictive language that is located in a russian colony in the carribian. It is a language that evolved from russian with minor spanish and portuguese influences.


Isrussiy is a language that evolved from russian, the soundchanges are to be found here



Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar
nasal m n ɲ
stop prenasalized m͡b n͡d
voiced b d g
plain p t k
affricate voiced dz
plain ts
fricative voiced v z ʒ ɣ
plain f s ʃ x
trill r
tap ɾ
approximant l j


front center back
plain nasal plain nasal plain nasal
high i ɪ̃ u ʊ̃
mid e ə̃ o ɵ̃
low-mid ɛ ɔ
low a ɐ̃


ending on j ending on w starting with w
a aj aw wa
ɐ̃ ɐ̃j ɐ̃w wɐ̃
e ej ew we
ɛ ɛj ɛw
ə̃ ə̃j ə̃w
i iw
ɪ̃ ɪ̃w
o oj
ɔ ɔj ɔw
ɵ̃ ɵ̃j ɵ̃w
u uj
ʊ̃ ʊ̃j


Writing System[]

Letter  name    ipa   romanized
А а а a ɐ̃ a
Б б бе b b
В в ве v v
Г г ге g g
Д д де d d
Е е е e ə̃ e
Э э є ɛ ə̃ è
Ж ж жа ʒ j
З з за z z
И и и i ɪ̃ i
Й й їт j y
К к ка k k
Л л эл l l
М м эм m m
Н н на n n
О о о o ɵ̃ o
Ө ө ё ɔ ɵ̃ ò
П п пе p p
Р р ер r ɾ r
С с се s s
Т т те t t
У у у u ʊ̃ u
Ф ф еф f f
Х х ха x h
Ц ц ца ts ts
Ч ч ча tq
Ш ш ша ʃ q
ъ  * єр ʰ '
ь ** махк j y
Я я їт-яо ja jɐ̃ ya
Є є їт-єй je jɛ jə̃ ye
Ї ї їт-їв ji jɪ̃ yi
Ё ё їт-ёо jo jɔ jɵ̃ yo
Ю ю їт-ю ju jʊ̃ yu
Гх гх - ɣ gh
Мб мб - m͡b mb
Нд нд - n͡d nd
Нь нь махк на ɲ ñ or ny
*  a sign used to aspirate p, t and k.
** a sign used to indicate an iotized version of the proceeding vowel, only used after consonants.
   does the same as the iotized vowels.(я,є,ї,ё and ю)
* + ** both realisticly do normally not occur in capital forms.
+  nasalized vowels are formed by their vowel + н, (so /ɐ̃/ is written ан)

the alphabet[]

Аа Бб Вв Гг Дд Ее Ээ Жж Зз Ии Йй Кк Лл Мм Нн Оо Өө
Пп Рр Сс Тт Уу Фф Хх Цц Чч Шш Ъъ Ьь Яя Єє Її Ёё Юю



Nouns in Isrussian can have decline to 5 different cases,  Nominative, Genitive, Dative, Accusative and instrumental. The prepositional case that existed in russian has merged with the dative case.

the use of the cases can be described as

Nominative   | The subject of a sentence. 
Accusative   | The direct object of a sentence.
Genitive     | Possession (of ....)
Dative       | The indirect object of a sentence.
Instrumental | An instrument that is used in an action.

Indefinite article[]

Unlike russian, Isrussian actually gained an indefinite article, which however is omitted when possible. The article is їн /jɪ̃/ which agrees to the case of the noun.