|pʰ, bʰ||tʰ, dʰ||cʰ,(ɟʰ)||kʰ,gʰ|
|p̪f||tɹ̝̊ , dɹ̝||kx|
|ɸ||f (v)||θ, ð||x||h|
|fʰ, (vʰ)||θʰ, ðʰ||xʰ|
|Approximants||ʍ, w||ʋ̥,ʋ||ɹ||j||ʍ, w|
@R is a uvular and H is pharyngeal in human languages, but uvular and velar merge in Peowolf languages, as well as epiglottal/pharengyeal and glottal
@T is a trilled t, something like T-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t-t, it is not recognized by the IPA. It is included in. this language, however
@v and its aspirated brother are in loanwords alone
|Romanization of Consonants|
|Ñ, ñ||Tr,tr||Ň, ň||C̃, c̃||G̃, g̃||C, c||-||'||Ch,ch||J,j||Pf,pf|
|Kl,kl||dr||Gl,gl||Ş,ş||Z̧,z̧||PH,ph||T̷, t̷||D̷, d̷||K, k||HW,hw||HVW,hvw|
Absolute Tenses Edit
Twistrillian has not 2, not 3, not 4, but 15 different absolute tenses. Here they are:
|More then a decade ago||A year ago||A week/month ago||Yesterday||Earlier today||A few hours ago||A few minutes ago+Present||Present moment|
|A few minutes hence+present||a few hours hence||Later today||Tomorrow||A week/month hence||A year hence||More than a decade hence|
NOTE: tenses 5&11 are more than five hours ago/hence, respectively.
You'll notice there is a triple-overlapping going on over the present. If the present moment was caused by something/started in the past and is not going to affective future and it will end now, it is marked with the 7th tense. If it will not end now or will effect the future but began earlier, it has the 8th tense. If it will affect the future or will not end now, but it was not created earlier, its is marked with the 9th tense. If it started now and will end now, not affecting the future or being a cause of the past, it gets the 8th tense. The 7th and 9th tenses also have other meanings.
These are the affixes for each tense:
These are only the absolute cases, however. Here are the absolute-relative tenses, in time order:
Meaning, using "walk":
A long time ago, there was a time far before at which time I walked.
Meaning, using walk:
A long time ago, there was a point before at which, I did some walking.
A long time ago, I was about to walk
A short time ago, there was a time further ago when I walked
Meaning: A short time ago, I had walked little time ago
A short time ago, I was about to walk
I will have walked a long time ago
I will have walked recently.
I will be about to walk.
Twistrillian has 32 cases:
Nominative, Accusative, Dative, Genitive, Associa-Genitive, Associative, Partitive, Agentive, Instructive, Instrumental, Replacive, Translative, Transturgive, Archessive, Comitative, Perlative, Prolative, Essive, Casual, Semblative, Limitative, Temporal, Elative, Delative, Ablative, Inessive, Superessive, Adessive, Illative, Sublative, Allative, and Exessive Hope it's not too much lol.