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<!--Write a short overview of your language here. Visit this URL: http://conling.wikia.com/wiki/Main_Page if you are new, or ask the admins for help.-->For now this is just a personal language written between two people. It's intended to be written, and is considered a dead language (obviously).
 
For now this is just a personal language written between two people. It's intended to be written, and is considered a dead language (obviously).
 
 
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|AdjGen=
 
|AdjComparative=
 
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|VerbMood = yes
 
|VerbPerson = yes
 
|VerbPerson = yes
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==Setting==
 
==Setting==
'''Miri'e''' is a dead language that was spoken in ancient Colossian culture. Due to wars the language slowly merged with Old-Colossian, and it became what is today known as Colossian, which is vastly different from the Miri'en language. It survived as a written and spoken language through monasteries, as the religious texts were never translated and remained thus in the Miri'en language. Priests and religious people read it quite fluently, and many also learn it in order to understand ancient and classical texts.
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Miri'e is a dead language that was spoken in ancient Colossian culture. Due to wars the language slowly merged with Old-Colossian, and it became what is today known as Colossian, which is vastly different from the Miri'en language. It survived as a written and spoken language through monasteries, as the religious texts were never translated and remained thus in the Miri'en language. Priests and religious people read it quite fluently, and many also learn it in order to understand ancient and classical texts.
   
 
==Phonology==
 
==Phonology==
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!Consonants
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|'''Consonants'''
!Bilabial
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|Bilabial
!Alveolar
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|Alveolar
!Alveolopalatal
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|Alveolopalatal
!Palatal
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|Palatal
!Velar
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|Velar
!Labiovelar
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|Labiovelar
 
|-
 
|-
!Plosive
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|Plosive
 
|p (p) b (b)
 
|p (p) b (b)
 
|t (t) d (d)
 
|t (t) d (d)
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!Nasal
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|Nasal
 
|m (m)
 
|m (m)
 
|n (n)
 
|n (n)
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|-
 
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!Fricative
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|Fricative
 
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|
 
|s (s)
 
|s (s)
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!Approximant
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|Approximant
 
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|w (w)
 
|w (w)
 
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|-
!Trill
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|Trill
 
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|r (r)
 
|r (r)
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!Lateral
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|Lateral
 
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|
 
|l (l)
 
|l (l)
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!Vowels
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|'''Vowels'''
!Front
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|Front
!Near-front
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|Near-front
!Middle
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|Middle
!Near-back
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|Near-back
!Back
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|Back
 
|-
 
|-
!Close
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|Close
 
|i (i)
 
|i (i)
 
|ʉ (u)
 
|ʉ (u)
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|
 
|-
 
|-
!Near-close
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|Near-close
 
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|
 
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|
 
|-
 
|-
!Close-mid
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|Close-mid
 
|e (e)
 
|e (e)
 
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|
 
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!Mid
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|Mid
 
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!Open-mid
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|Open-mid
 
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!Near-open
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|Near-open
 
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!Open
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|Open
 
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|Wejr
 
|Wejr
 
| style="vertical-align: top;"|Wejr'''e'''
 
| style="vertical-align: top;"|Wejr'''e'''
|Two winds
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|Two sacks
 
|}
 
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====Plural====
 
====Plural====
 
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|-
 
|Example word
 
|Example word
 
| style="vertical-align: top;"|Plural
 
| style="vertical-align: top;"|Plural
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|The sack
 
|The sack
 
|}
 
|}
 
===Cases===
 
Note: In written Miri'e the cases are shown by adding a case symbol. For instance spoken, and written with the latin alphabet the word "bag" would be "Bas.ir" in sublative, but in the original alphabet it would be rendered Bas+Sublative marker.
 
 
 
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|Cases
 
|Example
 
|-
 
|Nominative
 
|Wejr
 
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|Accusative
 
|Wejr.i
 
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|Dative
 
|Wejr.e
 
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|Genitive
 
|Wejr.al
 
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|Ablative
 
|Wejr.o
 
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|Vocative
 
|Wejr.iš
 
|-
 
|Comparative
 
|Wejr.ej
 
|-
 
|Locative/Instrumental
 
|Wejr.a
 
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|Prosecutive
 
|Wejr.u
 
|-
 
|Illative
 
|Wejr.es
 
|-
 
|Adessive
 
|Wejr.en
 
|-
 
|Intrative
 
|Wejr.ew
 
|-
 
|Perlative
 
|Wejr.or
 
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|Subessive
 
|Wejr.im
 
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|Sublative
 
|Wejr.ir
 
|-
 
|Terminative
 
|Wejr.il
 
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|"Aversive"
 
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Wejr.ad
 
|}
 
 
==Verbs==
 
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| rowspan="3"|Person
 
| rowspan="3"|Mood
 
| colspan="2"|Stem
 
| rowspan="3"|
 
Voice
 
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Stem modifier:
 
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|Onset(C1)
 
|Tense and aspect
 
|
 
Rime V + (C2)
 
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===Voice===
 
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|Active
 
|I.mero
 
|-
 
|Middle
 
|I.mero-s
 
|-
 
|Passive
 
|I.mero-w
 
|}
 
===Mood===
 
 
 
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|Mood
 
|Example word
 
|Meaning
 
|-
 
|Indicative
 
|I.mero
 
|I eat
 
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|Subjunctive
 
|I.d.mero
 
|I will eat
 
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|Commissive
 
|I.n.mero
 
|I shall eat
 
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|Imperative
 
|U.s.mero
 
|(You) stop that!
 
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|Necessitative
 
|I.l.mero
 
|I must eat
 
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|Precative
 
|I.w.mero
 
|Can/Will I eat?
 
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|Optative
 
|I.j.mero
 
|I wish/want to eat
 
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|"Indirective"
 
|I.r.mero
 
|I obviously eat
 
|}
 
===Person===
 
First person
 
 
Second person
 
 
Third person
 
 
Singular
 
 
Plural
 
===Tense & Aspect===
 
   
 
==Numbers==
 
==Numbers==
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|Number
 
|Spoken form
 
|Written form
 
|-
 
|zero
 
|o
 
|.
 
|-
 
|one
 
|Man
 
|/
 
|-
 
|two
 
|Nan
 
|/.
 
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|three
 
|San
 
|//
 
|-
 
|four
 
|Ko
 
|/..
 
|-
 
|eight
 
|Šo
 
|/...
 
|-
 
|twelve
 
|Wo
 
|//..
 
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|sixteen
 
|Ro
 
|/....
 
|-
 
|twenty
 
|Xo
 
|/./..
 
|}
 
 
The numbers are made by adding together. Five for instance would be (4+1) Koman, and so on. However you could not make six by saying "sansan" (3+3), six would be Konan (4+2).
 
   
 
==Dictionary==
 
==Dictionary==
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