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Name: Reformed foxian



Head Direction:

Number of genders:

Declensions: No

Conjugations: No

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect

When the foxian inhabitants thought that their old language was very difficult. Because of that, the forgeiners and the foxian cildren could not learn the language easily. They decided to create a new language borrowing european and slavic words and teach it to the newborns and when the all the adults who colud speak the old foxian died, the reformed foxian became the only official language in foxia. The rules are quite easier but without losing the nature of foxian culture. Which says the language must be complicated itself but not necesarily difficult.


The reformed foxian alphabet has 29 letters. the letters sound similar to spanish but with some additions:

a á b c d e é f g h i k l m n o ó p r s t u w z

phonetic guidance:

  • a: sounds like a in "arm"
  • á: sounds like "e" in "bed"
  • b: sounds like "b" in "big"
  • c: sounds like "ts" in "cats"
  • cc: sounds like "ch" in chick
  • d: sounds like "d" in "door"
  • e: sounds like the "á"
  • é: sounds like "ee" in "see"
  • f: sounds like "f" in "feel"
  • g: sounds like "g" in "gun"
  • h: sounds like "h" in "hell"
  • i: sounds like "é"
  • k: sounds like "k" in "key"
  • l: sounds like "l" in "look"
  • m: sounds like "m" in "mall"
  • n: sounds like "n" in "noon"
  • nn: sounds like the spanish "ñ"
  • o: sounds like "u" in "cut"
  • ó: sounds like "oo" in "soon"
  • p: sounds like "p" in "pool"
  • r: sounds like japanese "r"
  • rr: sounds like spanish "rr" in "carro" or in "correr"
  • s: sounds like "s" in "sell"
  • ss: sounds like "sh" in "ship"
  • t: sounds like "t" in "two"
  • u: sounds like "ó"
  • w: sounds like "v" in "visit
  • z: sounds like "ds" in "cards"

Basic Grammar[]


In reformed foxian, there are three genders which are masculine, femenine, and neutral. There are some standarised rules and vocabulary topics which define the gender of the nouns and adjectives. We will see ten examples of the application of these rules for each gender:

masculine gender rules[]

  • all singular masculine nouns end in -o
martelo hammer
penco pencil
cario car
zel-fono cellphone
libro book

  • all plural masculine nouns end in -oz
marteloz hammers
pencoz pencils
carioz cars
zel-fonoz cellphones
libroz books

  • all singular direct object masculine nouns end in
marteló hammer
pencó pencil
carió car
zel-fonó cellphone
libró book

  • all plural direct object masculine nouns end in -óm
martelóm hammers
pencóm pencils
carióm cars
zel-fonóm cellphones
libróm books

masculine gender topics[]

tools, items, objects, places, instruments

female gender rules[]

  • all singular female nouns end in -a
flora flower
arbola tree
fresa strawberry
ssala salt
zugara sugar

  • all plural female nouns end in -az
floraz flowers
arbolaz trees
fresaz strawberries
ssalaz salts
zugaraz sugars

  • all singular direct object female nouns end in
florá flower
arbolá tree
fresá strawberry
ssalá salt
zugará sugar

  • all plural direct object female nouns end in -ám
florám flowers
arbolám trees
fresám strawberries
ssalám salts
zugarám sugars

female nouns topics[]

plants, foods, liquids, gases

neutral gender rules[]

  • all singular neutral nouns end in -e
amore love
frendade friendship
relatie relationship
wiste view
olore smell

  • all plural neutral nouns end in -ez

amorez loves
frendadez friendships
relatiez relationships
wistez views
olorez smells

  • all singular direct object nouns end in
amoré love
frendadé friendship
relatié relationship
wisté view
oloré smell

  • all plural direct object nouns end in -ém


amorém loves
frendadém friendships
relatiém relationships
wistém views
olorém smells

neutral nouns topics[]

abstract things, planets, linguistic and mathematical terms, sciences, subjects.


in foxian, the numbers are usually neutral, but when you use numbers to count objects, they turn into the gender of the counted objects:

English root neutral masculine feminine
zero non none nono nona
one un une uno una
two zu zue zuo zua
three tri trie trio tria
four kuat kuate kuato kuata
five wi wie wio wia
six si sie sio sia
seven sew sewe sewo sewa
eight occ occe occo occa
nine new newe newo newa
ten diez dieze diezo dieza
hundred cient ciente ciento cienta
thousand mil mile milo mila
million melion melione meliono meliana
billion belion belione beliono beliana
trillion trelion treliane treliano treliana

derived numbers[]

derived numbers are made from the roots given above, puting them together:

  • three hundres flowers: tricienta floraz
  • five hundred twenty cars: wicient-zudiezo carioz
  • seventy loves : sewdieze amorez

to put each word together in the numbers, you use these "-" for example:

1954: mil-newcient-widiez-kuate

2036: zumil-tridiez-sie

gender in adjectives[]

the adjectives are a kind of words that is affected by the gender of the described object, we have a little list of six rules:

  1. all singular masculine adjectives end in -ot
  2. all plural masculine adjectives end in -ow
  3. all singular feminine adjectives end in -at
  4. all plural feminime adjectives end in -aw
  5. all singular neutral adjectives end in -et
  6. all plural neutral adjectives end in -ew

for example, we have a root for "little" and one for "big":

English root
little pekenn-
big grand-

  • a little pencil: pekennot penco
  • little pencils: pekennow pencoz
  • a big pencil: grandot penco
  • big pencils: grandow pencoz
  • a little tree: pekennat arbola
  • little trees: pekennaw arbolaz
  • a big tree: grandat arbola
  • big trees: grandaw arbolaz
  • a little relationship: pekennet relatie
  • little relationships: pekennew relatiez
  • a big relationship: grandet relatie
  • big relationships: grandew relatiez


verbs are not affected by the gender, but by the time and the person. there are forms for first person, second person, third person and plural persons:

present tense[]

English root infinitive first person second person third person plural person
to eat kom- komu komen komess komek komecc
to sleep slip- slipu slipen slipess slipek slipecc
to read led- ledu leden ledess ledek ledecc

past tense[]

English root infinitive first person second person third person plural person
to eat kom- komu komon komoss komok komocc
to sleep slip- slipu slipon sliposs slipok slipocc
to read led- ledu ledon ledoss ledok ledocc

future tense[]

English root infinitive first person second person third person plural person
to eat kom- komu koman komass komak komacc
to sleep slip- slipu slipan slipass slipak slipacc
to read led- ledu ledan ledass ledak ledacc


Englsh Foxian F. object F. possesive (n)
I me met / mew
you be bet / bew
he ko kot / kow
she ka kat / kaw
it ke ket / kew
we mez mém mezet / mezew
you (plural) tez tém tezet / tezew
they (m) koz kóm kozet / kozew
they (f) kaz kám kazet / kazew
they (n) kez kém kezet / kezew

Example text[]


Ni nowen porki pent Teresa wantak komu diez-tria cerezám.

Ka ni sek dulsat fresa pent ka tingek ké.

Oh, met fresita Teresita sek plokrra pierdeditat!

Ka sek fresita eun cerezitaz.

Oh fresita Teresita!


I don't know why but Teresa wants to eat thirteen cherries.

She is not a sweet strawberry but she thinks that.

Oh, my little strawberry Teresa is very lost!

She is a strawberry in cherries.

Oh little strawberry Teresa!


20 masculine words[]

  1. martelo: hammer
  2. penco: pencil
  3. kuderno: notebook
  4. libro: book
  5. komputo: computer
  6. fluro: floor
  7. tezo: roof, cieling
  8. miroro: mirror
  9. sizo: chair
  10. meco: table
  11. telewisto: TV
  12. portmono: wallet
  13. pinto: paint
  14. pontio: pen
  15. kiegumo: eraser
  16. inko: ink
  17. markero: marker
  18. wittablero: whiteboard
  19. tizo: chalk
  20. negtablero: blackboard

20 femenine words[]

  1. frukta: fruit
  2. werdira: vegetable
  3. fresa: strawberry
  4. mora: blackberry
  5. flora: flower
  6. arbola: tree
  7. sangra: blood
  8. akua: water
  9. fuga: fire
  10. wienta: wind
  11. aeira: air
  12. poma: apple
  13. piera: pear
  14. cira: cherry
  15. teka: butter
  16. onara: orange
  17. mandara: mandarine
  18. sola: sun
  19. luna: moon
  20. strela: star

20 neutral words[]

  1. amore: love
  2. odie: hate
  3. relazie: relationship
  4. frendore: friendship
  5. tinge: thinking
  6. nowe: knowledge
  7. infrome: information
  8. wisie: vision, view
  9. famile: family
  10. difereze: difference
  11. egaleze: similarity
  12. colore: colour
  13. flavore: flavour
  14. olore: odour, smell
  15. voze: voice
  16. signife: meaning
  17. terre: planet earth
  18. klote: time
  19. spezzi: space
  20. alteze: tallness

20 root adjectives[]

  1. pekenn: little
  2. grand: big
  3. alt: tall
  4. bani: small
  5. egal: equal, same
  6. difer: different
  7. bel: beautiful
  8. fen: ugly, disgusting
  9. pr: a lot
  10. kr: a little
  11. long: long
  12. kut: cut
  13. duls: sweet
  14. men: poor
  15. bog: rich
  16. fat: fat
  17. sccupl: thin
  18. fort: strong
  19. wik: weak
  20. plok: intense

20 verbs (in infinitive)[]

  1. su: to be
  2. komu: to eat
  3. slipu: to sleep
  4. amoru: to love
  5. drinku: to drink
  6. kutu: to cut
  7. unkancu: to rest
  8. donu: to give
  9. reziwu: to receive
  10. hawu: to have
  11. nowu: to know
  12. tingu: to think
  13. gustu: to like
  14. ungustu: to dislike
  15. odiu: to hate
  16. hablu: to speak
  17. sezzu: to say
  18. listemu: to listen
  19. skribu: to write
  20. debuzzu: to draw

15 transgender nouns[]

  1. doktor: doctor
  2. nurser: nurse
  3. profesor: teacher
  4. student: student
  5. kat: cat
  6. piez: dog
  7. wulf: wolf
  8. pater: parent
  9. boz: bozz
  10. trabahet: worker
  11. kid: child, kid
  12. hugidor: player
  13. amador: lover
  14. hiuz: wife, husband
  15. birot: brother


the foxian is a very inflecting language which inflects the words depending on the case. the foxian has nominative, accusative, locative and instrumental case. the declassions are special but similar for the three different genders. we will have a few examples for each case.

nominative case[]

this case is used when you want to mark the subject of a sentence. itself, is the pure word:

Foxian word English meaning
martelo hammer
lodo bridge
flora flower
arbola tree
amore love
kloke time

Foxian plural word English meaning
marteloz hammers
lodoz bridges
floraz flowers
arbolaz trees
amorez loves
klokez times

accusative case[]

the accusative case is used when you want to mark the direct object of the sentence.

Foxian word English meaning
marteló hammer (a)
lodó bridge (a)
florá flower (a)
arbolá tree (a)
amoré love (a)
kloké time (a)

Foxian plural word English meaning
martelóm hammers (a)
lodóm bridges (a)
florám flowers (a)
arbolám trees (a)
amorém loves (a)
klokém times (a)

locative case[]

this case is used when you want to mark the place where something is located.

Foxian word English meaning
martelówki hammer (l)
lodówki bridge (l)
floráwki flower (l)
arboláwki tree (l)
amoréwki love (l)
klokéwki time (l)

Foxian plural word English meaning
martelorówki hammers (l)
lodorówki bridges (l)
floraráwki flowers (l)
arbolaráwki trees (l)
amoreréwki loves (l)
klokeréwki times (l)

instrumental case[]

the instrumental case is used when you want to mark a tool os an object something used to do something

Foxian word English meaning
martelowinni hammer (i)
lodowinni bridge (i)
florawinni flower (i)
arbolawinni tree (i)
amorewinni love (i)
klokewinni time (i)

Foxian plural word English meaning
martelokuwinni hammers (i)
lodokuwinni bridges (i)
florakuwinni flowers (i)
arbolakuwinni trees (i)
amorekuwinni loves (i)
klokekuwinni times (i)

summary of declession[]

  • for the singular accusative, you put an acute accent on the final vowel of the singular word.
  • for the plural accusative, you put an acute accent on the final vowel of the singular word and then, as an M at the end
  • for the singular locative, you put an acute accent on the final vowel of the singular word and add the suffix -wki
  • for the plural locative you put the suffixes:
    • -rówki to the masculine singular nouns
    • -ráwki to the femenine singular nouns
    • -réwki to the neutral singular nouns
  • for the singular instrumental, you add the suffix -winni to the singular word.
  • for the plural instrumental, you add the suffix -kuwinni to the singular noun.

examples of the use of declessions[]

sen lodówki: i am in the bridge

ka debuzzok ké amorewinni: she drew it with love

mezew katez ni sok bezew domorówki : our cats were not in your houses


the foxian language has two kinds of articles as English. the defined article and the undefined article. This language is richer the Katian language in this aspect of articles because the Foxian has both kinds of articles, unlike katian which only has the undefined artucle "py".

defined article[]

English language also has defined article. which is "the" and it is the only one in English. but Foxian has six different articles which are affected by the gender of the word and also by the number:

  • To - used for the masculine singular words.
    • To lodo: the bridge
  • Ta - used for the femenine singular words.
    • Ta poma: the apple
  • Te - used for the neutral singular words.
    • Te relazie: the relationship
  • Ton - used for the masculine plural words.
    • Ton domoz: the houses
  • Tan - used for the femenine plural words.
    • Tan fresaz: the strawberries
  • Ten - used for the neutral plural words.
    • Ten familez: the families

The articles can also be used with declensions but these do not affect the article. what I mean could be explained with these examples with declensions:

  • me son to lodówki: I was in the bridge
  • be havass listemu ta doctorá: you have to listen the doctor

undefined article[]

Foxian language has the undefined articles, (like a, an in English) ó, á and é. wich are used with all the declensions of itsh gender

  • ó: is for masculine

    • ó lodo: a bridge
    • ó lodoz: bridges
    • ó lodó: a bridge (accusative)
    • ó lodóm: bridges (accusative)
    • ó lodówki: in a bridge (locative)
    • ó lodorówki: bridges (locative)
    • ó lodowinni: bridge (instrumental)
    • ó lodokuwinni: bridges (instrumental)
  • á: is for feminine

    • á flora: a flower
    • á floraz: flowers
    • á florá: a flower (accusative)
    • á florám: flowers (accusative)
    • á floráwki: a flower (locative)
    • á floraráwki: flowers (locative)
    • á florawinni: a flower (instrumental)
    • á florakuwinni: flowers (instrumental)
  • é: is for neutral

    • é relazie: a relationship
    • é relaziez: relationships
    • é relazié: a relationship (accusative)
    • é relaziém: relationships (accusative)
    • é relaziéwki: a relationship (locative)
    • é relazieréwki: relationships (locative)
    • é relaziewinni: a relationship (instrumental)
    • é relaziekuwinni: relationship (instrumental)


a general thing about the prepositions is that all the prepositions end in I.

  • Ki: what

    • ki wantess? what do you want?
  • Kwandi: when

    • kwandi ka sok fasserela, ka sok pri belat: when she was a model, she was very beautiful

    • wondi sess? where are you?
  • Kmini: who

    • kan sek pri belat remka penti kmini kan sek? she is a very pretty person but who is she?

  • Dowki: how

    • dowki sess? how are you?

    • porki amoren kán? why do i love her?