History (Xisteri)Edit

The Meʒiʃa language (also spelled Mezhisha) is an ancient language spoken by the Meʒiaiu (Mezhiaiu), an extinct race of large sentient beings from a misty forest called Ʒajenz-Xut (literally 'Mist-Wood').

Alphabet (Awxabei)Edit

The Meʒiʃa language consists of some English letters, but has a few extra.

A a [a] 'a'

B b [b] 'ebe'

З з [tʃ] 'eзe' (also spelled 'c')

D d [d] 'ede'

E e [ɛ] 'e'

F f [f] 'efe'

G g [g] 'ege'

I i [i] 'i'

J j [j] 'eje' or 'i зetmo' ('i' consonant)

K k [k] 'eke'

M m [m] 'eme'

N n [n] 'ene'

O o [o] 'o'

Q q [ʔ] 'eqe' or 'qei'

R r [ɹ] 'ere'

S s [s] 'ese

ſ ʃ [ʃ] 'eʃe' or 'xomit ese' (hard 'ese') (also spelled 'sh')

T t [t] 'ete'

U u [u] 'u'

W w [w, u] 'ewe' or 'wa' or 'u зetmo' ('u' consonant)

X x [x] 'exe' or 'eʃe xonokt' ('eʃe' throat) or 'xomit ese xonokt' (hard 'ese' throat)

Z z [z] 'eze'

Ʒ ʒ [ʒ] 'eʒe' or 'xomit eze' (hard 'eze') (also spelled 'zh')

Grammar (Kamar)Edit

The Meʒiʃa language uses the (Subject Verb Object), as in English. It uses simpler patterns, and no articles.


The animal ate the fruit.

Art. Sub. Verb Art. Obj.


Jebji kemte wumje. ('Animal ate fruit')

Sub. Verb Obj.

Genders (Jentrez)Edit

Male (Muskolen)Edit

The male gender has a voiceless consonant at the end of a verb.

Play - Jenjot

Eat - Kemtes

Female (Femonen)Edit

The female gender has a voiced consonant at the end of a verb.

Play - Jenjod

Eat - Kemtez

Neuter (Noter)Edit

The neuter gender (occurs when there is no need for gender, as in inanimate objects) has no consonant at the end of a verb.

Play - Jenjo

Eat - Kemte

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