Name: Spheronglish

Type: Spheron

Alignment: Nominative–accusative

Head Direction: Steady

Number of genders: 2

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

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


Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No Yes Yes No No No No
Nouns No No Yes No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No Yes No No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No Yes No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


Spheronglish would have been a language spoken on SG-232-Z2, by Spherons.


The writing system is Latin with some omissions and changes to pronunciation. 

A eɪ, ɑː, æ
B b
C k
D d
E ɛ
F f

H h
L l
M m
N n
O oʊ, ʊ, 
P p
R r
S ʃ
U juː
V v (all other uses), w (beginning only)
Z ʒ

Simple Words[]


Te - The, A, An, This, These


Y - I
Yilo - You
Yilo - You (plural)
Riglo or Rigloi - We (masculine), We (feminine), Them (masculine), Them (feminine)
Hitj - He
Hitji - She
Hitjo - It
Hitja - That, This


Slub - Water, Liquid, Ocean
Sotipola - Any container
Slu - Oil, Fuel
Alro - Oxygen, Air, Gas
Sul - Soda
Cilopolida - Group (noun), System, Arrangement, Content, Way
Pimikia - Word
Cilopimikia - Language
Spheron - Spheron
Nogo - Empire, Republic
Logit - Software, Program
Ugita - Digit, Number
Alom - Car, Vehicle, Automobile
Alfe - Atoms
Hilo - Particles
Mov - Movement
Fola - Force
Gubom - Tree, Forest
Matyronev - Standard
Vogem - Lava, Fire, Hot
Sim - Color
Hildit - Name
Kilmiagi - Grammar
Piloqri - Rule
Diloti - Welcome


Hiltio - To thank
Aleb - To be
Mov - To move
Kapolita - To follow
Hil - To hold, to use
Niv - To have
Mishlina - To know
Sotipola - To contain
Tu - To do
Fola - To force
Vaporek - To search, To find, To look, To discover, To examine, To explore, To scan
Tu ... Ne - Do not, Cannot
Rilodo - To fill
Cilopolida - To group
Piloqri - To rule
Kipoli - To age
Kilimi - To repeat
Diloti - To welcome
Tritlirk - To speak, To talk, To say


Je - With, By, For, To, Of, Belonging with, Belonging to
Ko - Other, Another


Lotipo - Some, Few, Various, Plethora
Wot - All
Tla - Tight
Ha - Together
Loitlai - New
Hil - Held


Vogesim - Red
Gubosim - Green
Slubsim - Blue


Nil - Zero, None, Empty
Kib - One, Single
Sib - Two, Double, Dual, Both, Second, Twice, Pair
Sibsu - Three
Sub - Four
Gub - Five
Seb - Six
Bom - Seven
Gob - Eight
Gobog - Nine


Ko - Or
Hik - Either
Hiu - So
K - And
Nait - Nor
Naiti - Neither
Mik - But
Likri - Yet
Nio - For
Sicti - If
Trimorik - Though


Ye - Yes
Nu - No
Yulo - Hello
Diloti - Welcome

Question Markers[]

Jipoi - Who
Jikloi - What
Jislom - When
Jiromi - Where
Jit - Why
Jil - How

To say a number, combine the 0-9 words (as if they were digits) to produce the number.

Hubsibsu (103)

To say a color other than red, green, or blue, combine numbers with the respective color values.

Sibsubsubvo-nilutogu-sibsubsubslu (255R, 0G, 255B [magenta])

(When doing it this way, you put vo, gu, and slu, not vogesim, gubosim, or slubsim.)
For example:

Y niv te sibsubsubvo-nilutogu-sibsubsubslu alom.

Grammar Rules[]


If word ends in i, y, o, u, x, s, or h, add es to make the word plural.

Nogo (ノゴ) (empire) + es (ズ) (s) = Nogoes (ノゴズ) (empires)

If word ends in a, e, or any consonant except x, s, and h, add s to make the word plural.

Logit (ロジト) (software) + (katakana depends) (s) = Logits (ロジツ) (softwares)


Tense: English Spheronese Literal:
Non-durational present I go. Y mov. I move.
Non-durational past I went. Y movud. I moved.
Non-durational future I will go. Y wol mov. I will move.
Durational present I am going. Y aleb movun. I am moving.
Durational past I was going. Y alebud movun. I was moving.
Durational future I will be going. Y wol aleb movun. I will be moving.
Perfected non-durational present I have gone. Y niv movud. I have moved.
Perfected non-durational past I had gone. Y nivud movud. I had moved.
Perfected non-durational future I shall have gone. Y wol niv movud. I will have moved.
Perfected durational present I have been going. Y niv alebud movun. I have been moving.
Perfected durational past I had been going. Y nivud alebud movun. I had been moving.
Perfected durational future I shall have been going. Y wol niv alebud movun. I will have been moving.

Example text[]

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

[To be translated]