Sekletelan (The Secret Language) is an Asianus language spoken by a nation living next to Japan.

Syntax: Subject + Adjective + Verb + Adjective + Object.

(I quickly ate an apple -> I quickly ate apple (article) -> Olen hayake esta aplon ol.)


Word-bases are being connected with specefic letters in order to create words and adjectives and even verbs.

There are no pronouns or adverbs - Pronouns are actually normal nouns and adverbs are adjectives.


Singular - Base + 'n' (Doki -> Dokin [Doctor]) [Rule N1)[]

When the base ends with a constant / conjugated by the base of 'i', the 'n' shall be replaced with 'on' (Apl -> Apln -> Aplon) [Rule NV1]

Plural - Singular Form + g (Dokin -> Doking [Doctors]) [Rule N2][]


Past - Base + "ta" (Es -> Esta [Ate]) [Rule N3]

Present - Base + "wa" (Es -> Eswa [Eat]) [Rule N4]

Future - Base + "na" (Es -> Esna [Will eat) [Rule N5]

Passive verbs can be expressed by adding the 'vebe' adjective (To be X for a verb / Xed for a noun) and the 'tel' particle (By) | (Olen esta aplon ol -> I ate the apple | Aplon vebe esta olen tel -> The apple was eaten by me)



Before-sentence particles:[]

Tokil - When (questionally)

Hakkil - Where (questionally)

Dol - How (questionally)

Taksal - How much (questionally) *There's a noun called "taksan" which means "some".

Inner-sentence particles:[]

Nol - of (Pay attention! The right order is "Owner of owned", not "Owned of owner!")

Kel - that (Ex. I know that your brother's name is Riley)

Ol - Describes a passive situation, when the main object is the one executing this action. (Comes after the object)

Tel - Describes a passive situation, when the main object is the one being executed by this action. (Comes after an object).

Nil - to (Comes after an object).

Del - in, at, on (Comes after an object)

After-sentence particles:[]

Nalal - If

Tokil - When (non-questionally)

Hakkil - Where (non-questionally)

Dol - Like, how (non-questionally)


Base + 'e' (Hayak -> Hayake [Fast / Quickly]) [Rule N7]

When the base ends with an 'e', it shall not be changed (Sikse -> Sikse [6th]) [Rule NV2]


1. Un

2. Nin

3. San

4. Fon

5. Fin

6. Siksen

7. Sen

8. Hasen

9. Nain

10. Ten

11. Ten nol un

12. Ten nol nin

20. Nie ten

21. Nie ten nol un...

100. Handen

101. Handen nol un

111. Handen nol ten nol un...

1000. Te handen

10000. Hande handen

100,000. Te hande handen

1,000,000. Milon...

10,000,000. Te milon

100,000,000. Hande milon

1,000,000,000. Te hande milon

10,000,000,000. Hande hande milon

100,000,000,000. Te hande hande milon

1,000,000,000,000. Okun...