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Romine is a language spoken in the Efferian Republic of the Rominogue (Cun Taila Rominoc).  


History[]

Phonology[]

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Grammar[]

Romine has a subject-verb-object sentence structure with but is fairly flexible.

It has various types of words such as, nouns, adjectives, verbs, pronouns, prepositions, and verb modifiers, 

Nouns[]

Romine nouns are only declined by case and number.  There are two forms of nouns, Type A or nouns that end with a vowel, and Type B nouns or nouns that end with consonants. 

Plural []

There are two forms of plural in Romine, numerical and non-numerical.

Aifen(Aunt) Type B

Numerical -at: Dima Aifenat(Eight Aunts)

Non-Numerical -a: Aifena(Aunts

Ratha(Dog) Type A

Numerical -ad: Mich Rathad(Two Dogs)

Nom-Numerical -an:Rathan(Dogs)

Case[]

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