Jsoang is the language spoken in the Heumenh Republic. Due to its ambiguity, translation errors occur more often than not.

Basic Grammar[]

The grammar of Jsoang can be summed up in a few statements:

  • Every Jsoang sentence/word is a word composed of two morphemes (rarely a third is added).
  • The first letter and final few syllables compose the verb. The space in between is the noun. Example: in the word Tyabhendfuihas, the noun is yabhend meaning chair. The t-fuihas part means to lift. This sentence could be translated as, The chair was lifted, or, The chair lifted itself, in any tense. There are no tenses or passive voice.
  • If the statement is interrogative (as in Is it?, or What is that?), add the suffix ionne.
  • Proper nouns receive their own sentence.

Example Text[]

Tuyesoara mikienhara muihara likieniat huyerba larusoniat damuneirayin dinharayin luiyinkurba. Huyemihre ruyenanpia tuyebhou luyensanh nuikhair nyelaakhair koreyaminte kyelaaminte.

Good translation:

All humans become so that they do not have leader that owns them and there is no saying there is difference in their worth. They are given so that they can think and choose and act to humans using a brotherlike spirit.

Possible way to mistake translation:

The human was born and became the leader, but then he was not the human's leader, with no difference when he was able to say he was worthy. He gave while being thought of, chose and was acted against, while his soul used him to posess his brother's soul.

born-human change-leader change-he not.true-leader own-human not.true-difference say-worth say-it able-he. give-human think-human choose-human act-human use-he use-spirit own-brother own-spirit.


Since there are no adjectives, numbers are treated as nouns. 0: -oese- 1: -una- 2: -olo- 3: -air- 4: -oanke- 5: -ianle- 6: -oume- 7: -etle- 8: -anye- 9: -avba- 10: -liyana- 11: -uniyana- 12: -oliyana- 13: -aiyana- 14: -oankiyana- 15: -ianliyana- 16: -oumiyana- 17: -etliyana- 18: -aniyana- 19: -avbiyana- 20: -yanaolo- 21: -uniyanaolo- 30: -yanair- 40: -yanoanke- 100: -tueyha- 200: -tueyhaolo- 764: -oankeyanoumetueyhaetle- 1000: -iuanse- 2000: -iuanseolo- 10000: -oye- 100000: -unasa-

Example of use of numbers:

Trainfuihas toankeyanaolofuihas tyurhailkan.

The twenty-four mice lift themselves onto the table.

Decomposition: T-rain-fuihas t-oankeyanaolo-fuihas t-yurhai-lkan. Lift-mouse lift-twenty.four go-table.