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Nouns decline according to...
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Verbs conjugate according to...
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General information[]



labial (Post-) Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p b t d k g ʔ
Fricative f v s z x h
Affricate tʃ dʒ
Approximant ʋ j
Trill r
Lateral app. l


Front Central Back
Close i u
Mid-Close e o
Mid-Open ɛ ɔ
Open a

Diphthongs: /ɛi/, /ai/, /au/.


ipa roman ipa roman
p p g g
a a e e
b b t t
r r d d
c h h
ɛ è u u
n n s s
m m z z
l l ʋ w
o o ŋk nk
x q ks x
j y ʔ '
ŋ ng ɛi ij
i i f f
j v v
k k ai ai
ɔ ò au ou


There are three types of possible structures,

the basic one : (C)V(C)

the pre-nasalised one : N(C)V(C)

and the extendedn one : (S)(C)(S)V(C)

C = all consonants,

V = all vowels

N = all nasals, these are : n, m and ŋ

S = fricative, affricative, approximant or trill consonant, these are : v, f, s, z, x, h, tʃ, dʒ, ʋ, l, j, and r

settings for wordgen (zompist) :

V=iueèòaéáó C=kstmgzrcyjlpxvdwfqnbŋ' I=mrzslncyqvjwfŋ F=rzslcyqvjwf é|ij á|ai ó|ou ŋk|nk ngk|nk ŋ|ng CV ICV FCFV CVC FCFVC ICVC


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


Personal pronouns[]

pronoun normal posessive genitive
1st person sg say -ku sas
1st person sg female aku
2nd person sg asu -su as
3rd person sg sa'i -sa sa'is
3rd person sg female tsa'a
1st person pl inc sayku -sku sayis
1st person pl exc sayta -tsa
2nd person pl sasu -tsu sus
3rd person pl satsi -tsi sis

To create the dual form, -n is added after the plural form.

The posessive pronouns act like an affix to nouns[]

correlatives interogative demonstrative proximal demonstartative medial
determiner nu'i ini ani
human nusu personal pronouns are used
non-human nana ina'i ana'i
location nani ini'i ani'i
source nai'an i'an a'in
goal napu pun pan
time nawa win wan
manner na'u u'an u'in
reason apu un an

articles and cases[]

article definite indefinete short form affix
oblique et an 't / 'n
comlative " " " -me / -m
genitive es as 's -es / -s
locative eng ang 'ng
instumental em am 'm -me / -m


function pre particle or prefix post particle or affix
infinitive -an -ak
past el -ah
future ak -an -al
perfect dula -am
imperfective baru -ara -aja
conditional is-
imperative su-
interrogative ta- su
negative nu- nan
1st person -a (or blank)
2nd person -as
3rd person -at
plural person -ne
dual person -ma
function pre-article part pre-fix part verb-part affix part post particle part
infinitive tense aspect mood part plurality of person stem tense part aspect part person part mood part

In formal and written speech every part is written down, though in actual speech either the particle of affixes are less used.




base factor
x 10^x 10^-x
0 nul
1 èn tin
2 twè hun hèn
3 drè dun dèn
4 fi tindun tèn
5 fif hundun dènèn
6 mil mel
7 se tinmil tèmel
8 at hunmil dèmel
9 ne mèl tel

a pattern is made by repeating (base)x + (factor)10^(-)x starting with the highest positive 10^x, when using base 1 with a factor, èn is not needed to be written or pronounced, if using 0 as base, neither base nor factor has to be written.

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