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Name: Kamyamtaktar

Type: Polysynthetic

Alignment: Ergative/Accusative

Head Direction: Final

Number of genders: 21

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Nouns Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No
Adjectives Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles Yes Yes Yes Yes No Yes No No
Adverb Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Pronouns Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


Kamyamtaktar is a language spoken on the Kordatan moon of Plateiunda by the Kamyamtaktars or "Water people". Although the Kamyamtaktars are often called a "primitive" race by their human dominators, the Water people actually have one of the most complex languages ever spoken. It also has the largest vocabulary with more than a thousand names for the ocean, weather, and land. Kamyamtaktar is extremely hard for humans to learn although it is possible because the sounds are easily pronounceable and very similar to English, Japanese, and Latin sounds.



Basic Grammar[]

In the 'Tongue of the Sea' there are twenty-one genders and nouns, adjectives, and participles all act like verbs. There is only one conjugation of verbs and there are no irregular verbs s although there are many irregularly declined nouns that don't follow the ten established declensions. We will start with the verbs.

twelro'ah, twalkeehsh "to be"

vuur kal min'nh vuuruk kalak minnihk
Present twelro'ah


twelro'mu twelro'ahish twelro'seyish twelro'muish
Imperfect tweldala tweldalasey tweldalamu tweldalaish tweldalaseyish tweldalamuish
Near Future twelkulu twelkulusey twelkulumu twelkuluish twelkuluseyish twelkulumuish
Far/Regular Future twelsan twelsansey twelsanmu twelsanish twelsanseyish twelsanmuish
Perfect twelpu twelpusey twelpumu twelpuish twelpuseyish twelpumuish
Pluperfect twelpudala twelpudalasey twelpudalamu twelpudalaish twelpudalaseyish twelpudalamuish
Future Perfect twelpusan twelpusansey twelpusanmu twelpusanish twelpusanseyish twelpusanmuish
Future-in-Past twelr twelrsey twelrmu twelrish twelrseyish twelrmuish


The nouns however are much harder to decline than the verbs are to conjugate.


Kamyamtaktar Dictionary


  1. vama
  1. vaka
  1. visri
  1. vusha
  1. vajra
  1. pima
  1. luta
  1. apachya
  1. skal'ah
  1. makanrah
  1. makanravama
  1. makanravaka
  1. makanravisri
  1. makanravusha
  1. makanravajra
  1. makanrapima
  1. makanraluta
  1. makanra'yapachya
  1. makanraskala
  1. vakamakanrah
  1. vakamakanrah tal vama
  • 30. visrimakanrah
  • 40. vushamakanrah
  • 50. vajramakanrah
  • 60. pimamakanrah
  • 70. lutamakanrah
  • 80. apachemakanrah
  • 90. skalmakanrah
  • 100. sukush
  • 200. vakasukush
  • 201. vakasukush tal vama
  • 1000. tanzish
  • 10000. bansay'yeh

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