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Oa is a language created by Edgar Grunewald for his YouTube channel Artifexian. It is based on Korea's Hangul (한글) writing system.

Pronunciations and Writing System[]

This video here would give a proper explanation of Oa's pronunciations and other aspects.

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The Oa Writing System

Phonology[]

Consonants[]

Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p t k ʔ
Fricative voiceless f s x h
voiced v z
Approximant ʍ ɹ j
Lateral l
Trill ʙ (r) ʀ

Artifexian could not pronounce trilled /r/. He has since learned how to.

Vowels[]

Front Central Back
High i
Mid ə o
Low a
Diphthongs ai, ia, oi, io, oa, ao

Phonotactics[]

Oa's fundamental syllable structure is (C)(C)V(C)(C).

Oa ommits coda ʍ, ʙ, ʀ, h, and j

Oa ommits the glottal stop and ʍ in consonants

Oa clusters usually follow o+s in onset and s+o for coda

Glyphs[]

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These glyphs are part of a featural system and are based on the several sounds of Oa.

Mood, Tense, and Aspect[]

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TENSE, ASPECT & MOOD IN OA ft Biblaridion

In this language, there is no future tense.

Numerical System[]

The numbers and their words are explained in this video.

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INVENTING A NUMBER SYSTEM ft. Conlang Critic

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