Paradoris also spelled Paradorese is the main language of the nation of Paradora and it's overseas dependencies and colonies. It is a Romance language based off of latin and has many similarities to her sister languages. Today, almost 80 million people speak Paradoris over the Paradora Empire, making it the 11th most spoken language.

Alphabet and Grammar[]


Aa (ah) - ah, or ae

Bb (beh) - b

Cc (che) - ch, or s, or k

Dd (deh) - d

Ee (ae) - ae, or ee, or eh

Ff (feh) - f

Gg (Kha) - kh, or g

Hh (heta) - glottal stop

Ii (ee) - ee, or i

Jj (ha) - h or w

Kk (kah) - k (less vibration of vocal cords than in english)

Ll (la) - l

Mm (em) - m

Nn (en) - n

Ññ (eña) - ny

Oo (oh) - oh, or aw

Pp (peh) - p

Qq (key) - k

Rr (reh) - r

Ss (seh) - s

Tt (tuo) - t

Uu (ew) - ew, or uh

Vv (veh) - v

X (kheta) - kh

Y (yoh) - y, or ee

Z (zeh) - z, or ts


ae- ee

ai- ie

au- aw

aeu- ue

ea- ay

ei- ay

et- ay

eu- ew

eau - ow

oi- oi

ou- oew

oeu- oiew

ua- wah

ue- weh

ui- wee

uo- woh

qua- kah

que- key

qui- kee

quo- kwoh

sh- sh

zh- zh

e is silent at the end of a word, to make a final e sound it must be joined to create either an et or ei.

è or é is pronounced at the end of a word, even if not joined with a t or i, but è is unstressed.


t is silent at the end of a work, to make a final t sound it must be followed with preceding t or an e.


Subject Pronouns[]

I- Jú

You (informal)- Tou

You (formal)- Voi

He- Il

She- Ila

We- Nosal

They (masculine)- Ilese

They (feminine)- Ilase 

You all (informal)- Tousse

You all (formal)- Voise


Object Pronouns[]

Me- Jé

You (informal)- Té

You (formal)- Vé

Him- Lo

Her- Láo

Us- Nos

Them (masculine)- Lose

Them (feminine)- Láos

You all (informal)- Tés

You all (formal)- Vés

Possessive Pronouns[]

My- Mes (pronounced mey)

Your (informal)- Tio

Your (formal)- Vio

His- Lio

Hers- Lia

Our- Na

Their (masculine)- Lios

Their (femine)- Lias

You all's (informal)- Tios

You all's (formal)- Vios 


Jú- o

Tou- as,es,is

Il,Ila,Voi- a,e,i

Nosal- amós,emós

Tousse,Ilese,Ilase,Voise- an,en,in



In Paradoris all words have gender as in many other languages, there are feminine and masculine nouns. Feminine nouns end in a, and masculine nouns either don't end in a vowel, or end in e,i,o,or u. Adjetives have to match in gender and in number to the noun they describe, for example in the phrase un pomiro means one apple, if there were more tn one apples then the phrase would be unos pomiros. Another phrase, una éida, means one house, the phrase unas éidas, mean some houses.


There are two main articles in Paradoris. Un/Una (a), and Li/La (the), and their plural forms, Unos/Unas and Lis/Las. Examples include Li autómobil, Lis autómobiles, and La éida, Las éidas.


Paradorese has four cases wich are used on nouns. The first case is the Nominatvie, and used on the subject noun of the sentence, it is the dictionary form. The second case is the Daitive, it is used when directly talking to a noun. Such as if you were to say the name of the person you are talking to. The Genetive case shows possesion. It would be used f you were saying Andrea's flowers, this case could be bypassed by saing flowers of Andrea. The last case is the Accussative, and it is used on the object of the sentence. Each case has its own ending.

Nominative- Dictionary form

Daitive- take off vowel if ends in one and add "eas", take off end vowel if there is one.

Genative- take off vowel if ends in one and add "a", if ends in a add "ai"

Accussative- take off vowel if ends in one and add "e", unless it ends in an "a", then take off "a" and add "eu".

So the word "pomiro" for apple becomes either pomireas, pomira, or pomire depending on how the word is used in the sentence. The name Disimón becomes either Disimóneas, Disimona, or Disimóne. And the name Marsala becomes either Marsaleas, Marsalai, or Marsaleu.

Plural forms[]

There only three rules for making words plural. When a word doesn´t end in a vowel, just add es. When a does word ends in a vowel just add s. Examples are autómobiles and éidas. The last rule is barely used, in words such as ríses (rice), where there are two syllables of es or is or as, etc., to make the word plural, add ai. So the plural form of ríses is rísesai (pronounced ree-es-eye)


Incomplete List


One- Uneo

Two- Duo

Three- Trí

Four- Cuatórs

Five- Sínse

Six- Seis

Seven- Sientos

Eight- Oeíc (oh eych)

Nine- Deívet (dee vey)

Ten- Deícet (dee sey)

Eleven- Unséoset (oon say oe sey)

Twelve- Daséoset

Thriteen- Triéoset

Fourteen- Cuartéoset

Fifteen- Sinséoset

Sixteen- Seisóset

Seventeen- Sientséoset

Eighteen- Oéoset

Nineteen- Deivéoset

Twenty- Daset (da sey)

Twenty One- Daset con uneo

Twenty Two- Daset con duo

Twenty Three- Daset con trí

Twenty Four- Daset con cuartórs

Twenty Five- Daset con sínse

Twenty Six- Daset con seis

Twenty Seven- Daset con sientos

Twenty Eight- Daset con oeích

Twenty Nine- Daset con deívet

Thirdy- Tríset (tree sey)

Fourty- Cuatórset

Fifty- Sínset

Sixty- Seiset

Seventy- Sienset

Eighty- Oeíset

Ninety- Deíveset


a, an- un, una

able- oper

about- fierra

actor, actress- loder, loderstra

ad- reneuncmente

affectionate- conteño, conteña

after- pretére

afternoon- maríd

ago- abnés+ time expression

to agree- congreír

air- eir

all- totus

almost- entaira

alone- secere

already- yame

also- morsé

always- juquet

amusing- divéro, divéra

and- e

animal- bistrete

another- alés

apartment- damerna, Cuartera

apple- pomiro

April- Abrile

arm- brasa

around here- hácè

to arrive- advéntir

art- artéfè

artistic- artéfic, artéfico

to ask for- siscír

at- in

athletic- lusmisto, lusmista

attractive- adverto, adverta

August- Aguste

aunt- tao

autumn- autone

back- spaldé

bad- malso, malsa

banana- platíno

bank- banque

bargain- caríne

baseball- beisbole

basement- subrerda

basketball- basquitbole

bathroom- lavadérstra

to be- estí, past version- equisti

beach- placé

beans- érecott

bear- orsíne

because- quo

bed- camile

bedroom- camierda

to begin- aggredír

behind- subrés

behind of- subrés da

to believe- confedír

beside- prepar

best- li, la mecor

better- mecor

city- vila

club- tálè

community- urblís

gulf- gulféo

to love- amír, velétar

of- da

maddam- calíga

more- magnite, magnita

river- riú

Sir- calígo

Sun- Solí