Type Agglutinative
Alignment Tripartite
Head direction Initial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 2
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 0%
Nouns 0%
Verbs 0%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words of 1500
Creator Pawolga

Classification and Dialects[]



Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ɲ
Plosive p






Fricative f


θ s




Approximant j
Trill r
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l
Lateral flap


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i ʉ u
Near-high ɪ
High-mid e o
Low a


Stress can exist in all different positions of the word, but only in one syllable per word. It must be always denoted over the stressed vowel with an acute accent (or with a macron, in some particular cases), even in the monosyllabic words.

Writing System[]

Letter Aa Bb Cc Dd Ee Ff Gg Ii Jj Kk Ll Ʒƺ
Sound /a/ /b/; /v/[1] /tʃ/ /d/ /e/ /f/ /g/ /ɪ/ /χ/ /k/ /l/ /ʒ/
Letter Mm Nn Ɲɲ Oo Pp Rr Ʀɍ Ss Ƨƨ Tt Uu Yy
Sound /m/ /n/ /ɲ/ /o/ /p/ /ɾ/ /r/ /s/ /ʃ/ /t/ /u/ /j/
Letter Zz Ƶƶ
Sound /z/ /θ/

Letter variants[]

There are some letters that have variants. These variants are the same letter written in a different way. These are all the letter variants in Múƺag.

Original letter Sound Stressed variant Sound

Kept variant

A, a /a/ Á, á /'a/
B, b /b/, /v/[1] B̄, b̄ /b/
E, e /e/ É, é /'e/
I, i /ɪ/ Í, í /'i/ Ī, ī /'ɪ/
O, o /o/ Ó, ó /'o/
U, u /u/ Ú, ú /'ʏ/ Ū, ū /'u/


Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No
Nouns No No Yes No No No No No
Adjectives Yes No Yes No No No No No
Numbers No No Yes No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns Yes No Yes No Yes No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No Yes No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


Múƺag nouns only decline according to number (singular and plural) and they always have neutral gender.

Usually, plural is made by adding -on to the ending of the singular noun. If the noun ends in -o, only -n is added. If the noun ends in -y, it becomes before adding -on.


  • Desprál (stair) → Desprálon (stairs)
  • Klórgo (bin) → Klórgon (bins)
  • Ufbéy (ball) → Ufbéƺon (balls)


Adjectives in Múƺag decline according to number (singular and plural) and gender (masculine and feminine, only referred to humans and other living beings with gender). As well as in nouns, plural is made by adding -on to the ending of the singular form, changing -y into if it ends in -y before adding the morpheme.

Since nouns are genderless, adjectives may only have gender if they're referred to people or other living beings with specified gender. If the adjective ends in a vowel, feminine is made by adding -se to the ending of the neutral adjective. If it ends in a consonant, only -e is added. If the neutral form ends in , , or , the last letter becomes -c, -r, -s or -z, respectively, before adding -e.

The feminine morpheme always goes before the plural morpheme.


Náagem → Náageme → Náagemon → Náagemeon (beautiful)

Mápo → Mápose → Mápon → Máposeon (smooth)


In Múƺag, verbs finish in -ín or in -ún, but all verbs conjugate the same way. There are no differences in person or number, so it's obligatory to put the personal pronoun as subject (except in impersonal verbs). All the verbs are regular, except for krín (auxiliary verb for compound tenses) and cún (to be). The next tables show the conjugation of the example verb doymún (sing):

Impersonal forms[]

Infinitive Gerund Participle Compound infinitive Compound gerund
doymún doymúngi doymúnce krín doymúnce kríngi doymúnce

Personal forms[]

Positive Negative Interrogative Superlative
Present dóymu dudóymu naydóymu mredóymu
Past doymúne dudoymúne naydoymúne mredoymúne
Future doymúnj dudoymúnj naydoymúnj mredoymúnj
Subjunctive doymúnpe dudoymúnpe naydoymúnpe mredoymúnpe
Imperative dóym dudóym mredóym
Compound present krí doymúnce dukrí doymúnce naykrí doymúnce mrekrí doymúnce
Compound past kríne doymúnce dukríne doymúnce naykríne doymúnce mrekríne doymúnce
Compound future krínj doymúnce dukrínj doymúnce naykrínj doymúnce mrekrínj doymúnce
Compound subjunctive krínpe doymúnce dukrínpe doymúnce naykrínpe doymúnce mrekrínpe doymúnce

Passive forms[]

There are also passive voice forms made with cún (to be) and the main verb in the participle form. If the subject goes before the verb, you add '-té' right after the subject. If it goes after the verb, '' (without the line) is added before it.

Infinitive passive Gerund passive Compound infinitive passive Compound gerund passive
cún doymúnce cúngi doymúnce krín cúnce doymúnce kríngi cúnce doymúnce
Positive Negative Interrogative Superlative
Present passive doymúnce ducú doymúnce naycú doymúnce mrecú doymúnce
Past passive cúne doymúnce ducúne doymúnce naycúne doymúnce mrecúne doymúnce
Future passive cúnj doymúnce ducúnj doymúnce naycúnj doymúnce mrecúnj doymúnce
Subjunctive passive cúnpe doymúnce ducúnpe doymúnce naycúnpe doymúnce mrecúnpe doymúnce
Comp. present passive krí cúnce doymúnce dukrí cúnce doymúnce naykrí cúnce doymúnce mrekrí cúnce doymúnce
Comp. past passive kríne cúnce doymúnce dukríne cúnce doymúnce naykríne cúnce doymúnce mrekríne cúnce doymúnce
Comp. future passive krínj cúnce doymúnce dukrínj cúnce doymúnce naykrínj cúnce doymúnce mrekrínj cúnce doymúnce
Comp, subjunctive passive krínpe cúnce doymúnce dukrínpe cúnce doymúnce naykrínpe cúnce doymúnce mrekrínpe cúnce doymúnce


  • Púse naydoymúnj? (Will she sing?)
  • Ɲáƨon dukrí doymúnce. (We haven't sung.)
  • Díseon-té mrekríne cúnce doymúnce 'Bélza Jedómec'. ('Happy Birthday' had been sung a lot by you.)


The most used word order is IO→S→V→DO/PO, but if you want to emphasize other words you can place them at the center, using IO→V→S→DO/PO and IO→V→DO/PO→S orders.


Díƨ truúne esléca. (You wore jacket)

Truúne díƨ esléca. (Wore you jacket)

Truúne esléca diƨ. (Wore jacket you)


Main article: Lexicon

No. English Múƺag
1 I
2 you (singular)
3 he
4 we
5 you (plural)
6 they
7 this
8 that
9 here
10 there
11 who
12 what
13 where
14 when
15 how
16 not
17 all
18 many
19 some
20 few
21 other
22 one
23 two
24 three
25 four
26 five
27 big
28 long
29 wide
30 thick
31 heavy
32 small
33 short
34 narrow
35 thin
36 woman
37 man (adult male)
38 man (human being)
39 child
40 wife
41 husband
42 mother
43 father
44 animal
45 fish
46 bird
47 dog
48 louse
49 snake
50 worm
51 tree
52 forest
53 stick
54 fruit
55 seed
56 leaf
57 root
58 bark
59 flower
60 grass
61 rope
62 skin
63 meat
64 blood
65 bone
66 fat
67 egg
68 horn
69 tail
70 feather
71 hair
72 head
73 ear
74 eye
75 nose
76 mouth
77 tooth
78 tongue
79 fingernail
80 foot
81 leg
82 knee
83 hand
84 wing
85 belly
86 guts
87 neck
88 back
89 breast
90 heart
91 liver
92 drink
93 eat
94 bite
95 suck
96 spit
97 vomit
98 blow
99 breath
100 laugh
101 see
102 hear
103 know
104 think
105 smell
106 fear
107 sleep
108 live
109 die
110 kill
111 fight
112 hunt
113 hit
114 cut
115 split
116 stab
117 scratch
118 dig
119 swim
120 fly
121 walk
122 come
123 lie
124 sit
125 stand
126 turn
127 fall
128 give
129 hold
130 squeeze
131 rub
132 wash
133 wipe
134 pull
135 push
136 throw
137 tie
138 sew
139 count
140 say
141 sing
142 play
143 float
144 flow
145 freeze
146 swell
147 sun
148 moon
149 star
150 water
151 rain
152 river
153 lake
154 sea
155 salt
156 stone
157 sand
158 dust
159 earth
160 cloud
161 fog
162 sky
163 wind
164 snow
165 ice
166 smoke
167 fire
168 ash
169 burn
170 road
171 mountain
172 red
173 green
174 yellow
175 white
176 black
177 night
178 day
179 year
180 warm
181 cold
182 full
183 new
184 old
185 good
186 bad
187 rotten
188 dirty
189 straight
190 round
191 sharp
192 dull
193 smooth
194 wet
195 dry
196 correct
197 near
198 far
199 right
200 left
201 at
202 in
203 with
204 and
205 if
206 because
207 name

Example text[]


  1. 1.0 1.1 The sound /v/ is made when b is before unstressed i or u,