Proto-Br'ji'r is the first draft of the fictional language of the Wicked Old Dark Goddesses of the Land of the Twin Moons. The language is to be used by the Dark Goddesses to communicate with their followers and their Light-aligned counterparts; the Great Old Pure Gods, whose own language is used by their followers. However, the Wicked Old Dark Goddesses and the Great Old Pure Gods cound converse in their own languages and be understood by the other. Humans are however unable to properly speak this language and as such they can only approximate the phonology of the language. However, the native human language is a strange amalgamation of the Br'ji'r and Krshti'i language, the language of the Great Old Pure Gods.
The Great Pure Gods and the Wicked Old Goddesses created humanity as both as a resourse for their entertainment and to feed their own egotistical nature as they thought that since they were the creators of humanity they deserved their praises and worship.
| Proto-Br'ji'r |
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Classification and DialectsEdit
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Nouns are marked by a noun-marker, be it a gender-noun-marker, a singular or plural-noun-marker, or by the direct object marker. There are three genders in Proto-Br'ji'r, these being the masculine, feminine, and neuter genders, as in Old Persian.These gender-noun-markers are marked by the gender-markers are: masculine (a)'i; feminine (a)'a; and neuter (a)'o. The singular-noun-marker is always 'ts, regardless of the gender of the noun. Plural-noun-markers are 'jrila for ungendered/inanimate objects, and the plural-gender-noun-markers are: masculine-plural (a)i'jrila, feminine-plural (a)a'jrila, and neuter-plural (a)o'jrila.
Verbs are marked with the three verb prefixes; the present: ja'gr, the future: ja'hu, and the past: ja'ng.
Adjectives are always marked by the suffix (a)is
The Proto-Br'ji'r language has a default word order of subject-object-verb, SOV, for short. The Proto-Br'ji'r and its future successor language, Br'jir, are a mostly descriptive language, i.e. meaning that to say something in Proto-Br'ji'r or Br'jir, you'd have to describe the word youre referring to. For example, the word for jar would translate to, literally, earth-fluid-holder, or for jars, more-earth-fluid-holder, and so on.
Name (n.) nir'iin'og, literal: thing-title, (pl. n.) nir'iin'og'jrila literal: thing-title-more
Br'ji'r (n.) Blackened Speech, literal: evil-talk
h'mjo (n.) human
h'mjo'jrila (pl. n.) humans literal: human-more
h'mjo'ig'o (n.) child, literal: human-small
h'mjo'ig'o'jrila (pl. n.) children; literal: human-small-more
h'mjo'i (n.) man, literal: human-masculine
h'mjo'i'jrila (pl. n.) men, literal: human-masculine-more
h'mjo'ig'a'i (n.) boy, literal: human-small-masculine