Type Direct
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Head First
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Genders None
Nouns decline according to...
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Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
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Creator amercelo


Gotha (natively Sepala' /sɛ'paːlaʔ/) is a language descended from Proto-Austronesian. It is spoken in the Kamo' Island, an island in the Pacific.



For the consonants, if in any case two consonants are in the same row and column, the left on is unvoiced while the right is voiced.

Bilabial Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Labio-velar Glottal
Nasal m n ɲ ŋ
Plosive p,b t,d t͡ʃ,d͡ʒ k,g ʔ
Fricative θ s ʃ h
Approximant j w
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral app. l


Front Back
Close i u
Close-mid o
Open-mid e /ɛ/
Open a

There are no diphthongs; the semivowels /w/ and /j/ are used instead. Examples: /aw/ and /aj/


The language is built upon syllables, so the phonotactic is a pattern between a consonant and vowel. The end of a word can be a consonant or vowel. There can never be clusters nor diphthongs because of this.

Writing System[]

The Tagalogs came to the island to discover more land. That time, it was a Spanish Colony, year 1720. They romanized their alphabet which would change the language's history. It was only a spoken language, but can be written down.One letter, one sound, no exceptions. Here is how they were romanized:

Sound o Gotha Romanized Letters
/a/ a
/ɛ/ e
/i/ i
/o/ o
/u/ u
/ʔ/ '
/m/ m
/b/ b
/p/ p
/θ/ th
/n/ n
/t/ t
/d/ d
/s/ s
/ɾ/ r
/l/ l
/ɲ/ ñ
/t͡ʃ/ ch
/d͡ʒ/ j
/ʃ/ sh
/ŋ/ ng
/k/ k
/g/ g
/w/ w
/h/ h


Word Form[]

Words can be put in three forms: root(dare), verb(feta) and describing(hukud). To make the word a feta, add a "ta" as a suffix, but if there is a consonant at the end of the dare, add an "a" to the end and place the suffix. To make the word a hukud, put a "de" as a suffix. Add an "a" to the dare if the end of the dare is a consonant then put the suffix. The dare acts as a noun. Ex. Water: bapa' (dare: bapa')(feta: bapa'ta)(hukud: bapa'de)


This language does not use tense. There are word indicators to know when it was/is/will be done. To make it past, add the word "dawpa". To make it present, add "kaga". And for the future, "kepa". Example: (bapa'ta)

Dawpa bapa'ta mu bapa'


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