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Orakinum
Oraxnqm
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Acc.
Head direction Final
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders N/A
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Meta-information
Progress 0%
Statistics
Nouns 2%
Verbs 1%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words 18 of 1500
Creator Austin E.

Classification and Dialects[]

Classification:

Orakinum is a conlang that is made just for the fun of it. It is a mix of Japanese style and Norwegian style phonetics mixed with some German and English.

Orakinum is a Personal Language, which is a type of Fusional Constructed Language, sub-categorized as an Artistic Language. It is used just for personal use to myself, Austin E and for other aesthetic purposes. However, you may learn to speak it, speak it, write it, or whatever, I don't care.

In addition, Orakinum is more of a language of writing, texting, e-mailing, etc. It's not amazing sounding and it is hard to pronounce especially for native English speakers.

Dialects:

  • Northern Orakinum
  • Southern Orakinum
  • Eastern Orakinum
  • Western Orakinum
  • Mixta Orakinum

Phonology[]

Consonants[]

Bilabial Alveolar Alveolo-Palatal Palatal Velar
Nasal m n ŋ /g/
Plosive p b d k
Fricative s ç /c/ x
Affricate t͡s /ts/ d͡ʑ /dz/
Approximant j /y/
Flap or tap ɾ /r/

Vowels[]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i ʉ (o:) u
Near-high
High-mid e o
Mid
Low-mid ɛ (e:) ɔ (c:)
Near-low æ (ae)
Low a ɑ (a:)

*Romanization is in between the slashes within the Phonetic Vocabulary Tables.

Phonotactics[]

Syllable Structure:

Orthography []

Letter Xx Mm Nn Kk Gg Tt Ss Pp Ii Uu Oo Hh
Sound x m n k g ts s p i u o c
Letter Dd Cc Ll Ee Qq Ff Aa Yy Bb Zz Rr Jj
Sound d c: ae e o: a: a j b dz r e:

*Letters are in Alphabetical Order

*Sounds are written down romanized.

Verbs[]

Mood, Number, Person, Tense, and Aspect[]

In Orakinum, verbs are conjugated according to the Mood, Grammatical Number, Grammatical Person, Tense, and Aspect. Within Orakinum, there are four moods, two grammatical numbers, three grammatical persons, five tenses, and two aspects.

Moods: The four moods of Orakinum are Imperative, Indicative, Optative, and Potential.

Grammatical Numbers: The two grammatical numbers of Orakinum are the singular form and the plural form.

Grammatical Persons: The three grammatical persons of Orakinum include first person, second person, and third person.

Tenses: The five tenses in Orakinum include the present, the past, the pluperfect, the future, and the future perfect.

Aspects: The two aspects of Orakinum include the preterite and the imperfect.

In Orakinum, the pronouns include I, you, you(plural), he/she/it, we, they/them. (Xa, Dq, Kqma, Karyin/Karyan/Yin, Yqma, Ai/Ayem.)

CONJUGATIONS

All conjugations that involve mood are to be acted as if they were in the following table:

Tenses

Xa

Dq

Kqma

Karyin/Karyan/Yin Yqma Ai/Ayem
Present
Past
Plueperfect
Future
Future Perfect

Imperative Mood

The Imperative Mood is a mood in which describes a statement that contains a command or a request.

-zj -tj -nj -kj -bj

-ze -te -ne -ke -be

-zy -ty -ny -ky -by

-za -ta -na -ka -ba

-zq -tq -nq -kq -bq

Indicative Mood

The Indicative Mood is a mood in which describes a statement that contains a fact.

-zjy

-zey

-zyt

-zay

-zqy

Optative Mood

The Optative Mood is a mood in which describes a statement that expresses hopes and wishes.

Potential Mood

The Potential Mood is a mood in which describes a statement that the speaker's opinion of an occurrence or action is considered likely.

Nouns[]

Case[]

Number[]

Definiteness []

Syntax []

Lexicon[]

Dictionary - (Currently Not Available)

Example text[]

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