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Suma is a language spoken on the east coast of the great island of Tavari of Sarala's islands. The language involved before the birth of Baran, around 276 before it.

Suma
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Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
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Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
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Classification and Dialects[]

It's a Manan language, where there are 20 languages as well, but half of them are dead and some are banned and some are extinct. Suma is the only active Manan language. The other Manan languages are: Matan, Butan and Rogian etc.

Writing System[]

Letter A E I O U
Sound /ã/ /ẽ/ /ĩ/ /õ/ /ũ/
Letter S D K M L
Sound /s/ /d/ /k/ /m/ /l/

All the vowels are nasal, like in Portuguese, French or Guaraní.

Grammar[]

Nouns[]

Nouns change only in plural and even in dual, if they are humanoid, moving creatures or a spiritual figure, others don't have a plural, nor dual form. The table below shows the plural and dual prefixes for each group.

Dual Prefixes Plural Prefixes
Humanoid di- asa-
Moving Creature mu- li-
Spiritual/Relgious figure demi- desi-

Verbs[]

Verbs are conjugated, like in Spanish, Russian or German. The tables below, shows and example of conjugation of the verb kamu - to see.

Person - Number Present Past Future Conditional Imperative Participle
First/Singular kama kamaku kami
Second/Singular kamad kamakus kamil
Third/Singular kamadu kamakusi kamila
First/Dual mukama mukamaku mukami
Second/Dual mukamad mukamakus mukamil
Third/Dual mukamadu mukamakusi mukamila
First/Plural likama likamaku likami
Second/Plural likamad likamakus likamil
Third/Plural likamadu likamakusi likamila

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