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Valarosk
Väljarosk
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Head-Initial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders no
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Words of 1500
Creator turtlelordX


Classification and Dialects[]

Valarosk is a member of the Valkic Language Family, and the Suvanic subfamily. It is spoken by 37 million people on the continent of Nesture, in the State of Valvaia and it evolved from the old Sefra-Sufan. 

Phonology[]

Consonants[]

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Alveolo-Palatal Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p b t d k g
Fricative f v s ɕ ʑ [ç] h
Affricate ts dz tɕ 
Approximant j
Trill
Flap or tap r
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap

Vowels[]

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i y ʉ
Near-high
High-mid e
Mid ə
Low-mid ɛ œ ɔ
Near-low
Low a

Phonotactics[]

Writing System[]

Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L
Sound a b ts d e f g h i j k l
Letter M N O P R S T U V Y Z SJ
Sound m n ɔ p r s t ʉ v y dz ɕ
Letter TJ HJ DJ NG GN EA Ö Ä SKJ
Sound ç,j̊ ,hj ʝ,ʑ ŋ ŋn œ ɛ

Grammar[]

Nouns[]

Nouns in Valarosk have two declensions, one for words ending in consonants, one for words ending in vowels. Of course, some nouns decline irregularly. There are four cases, Nominative, Accusative, Dative, and Genitive. Other reasons such as locative and instrumental tend to use the same affixes as the Dative case. 

Declensions[]

1st Declension[]

The first declension is for nouns that end in consonants.

Väljarosk 1st Declension
Sing. Indefinite Sing. Definite Plur. Indefinite Plur. Definite
Nominative -en -ir -nir
Accusative -em -ir -mir
Dative -e -na -ire -nart
Genitive -s -ens -irs -nirs
Väljarosk 1st Declension Example
Sing. Indefinite Sing. Definite Plur. Indefinite Plur. Definite
Nominative Häg Hägen Hägir Hägnir
Accusative Häg Hägem Hägir Hägmir
Dative Häge Hägna Hägire Hägnart
Genitive Hägs Hägens Hägirs Hägnirs
2nd Declension[]

The second declension, conversely is for words that end in vowels.

Väljarosk 2nd Declension
Sing. Indefinite Sing. Definite Plur. Inefinite Plur. Definite
Nominative -n -r -nar 
Accusative -m -r -mar
Dative -t -na  -rt -nart
Genitive -s -ns -rs -nars
Väljarosk 2nd Declension Example
Sing. Indefinite Sing. Definite Plur. Inefinite Plur. Definite
Nominative Pryga Prygan Prygar Prygnar
Accusative Pryga Prygam Prygar Prygmar
Dative Prygart Prygna Prygart Prygnart
Genitive Prygas Prygans Prygars Prygnars

Pronouns[]

Väljarosk Pronouns (Nominative)
Singular Plural
jea jär
ty tyr
dä (animant) ent (inanimant) där, er
Väljarosk Pronouns (Accusative)
Singular Plural
jem järm
te ter
dem, em därm, erm
Väljarosk Pronouns (Dative)
Singular Plural
jet järt
tet tert
det, et därt, ert
Väljarosk Pronouns (Genitive)
Singular Plural
ij ir
tys tyrs
dec, ec därc, erc

Verbs[]

Verb Conjugation (Tense)
Tense Affix
Present -a, -er, -är, etc.
Past -nd, -nde, -d, -de
Future te- (comes before verb)
Verb Conjugation (sanna), to run
Tense Conjugation
Present sanna
Past sannand
Future te sannas
Other Forms of Verbs
Form Affix
Infinitive/Gerund -s
Participle -t

Adjectives[]

Adjectives
Degree Affix
Normal
Comparative -re
Superlative -st

Syntax[]

Lexicon[]

Counting Words[]

Account (Akautt)

Amount (Krifalla)

Average (Jykräfta)

Difference (Sjoven)

Division (Kräft)

Growth (Väres)

Heap (Kass)

Number (Tjova)

Rest (Rena)

Result (Raina)

Sum (Kvön)

to total (Kvöna)

Absolute (Arepas)

All (Ölla)

Another (Sej)

Any (Ball)

Different (Kevat)

Every (Kvöba)

Few (Von)

Final (Fynal)

Zero (Ku)

One (Int)

Two (Dif)

Three (Vyn)

Four (Keld)

Five (Fust)

Six (Gusk)

Seven (Sjer)

Eight (Tro)

Nine (Hena)

Ten (Kuven)

Eleven (Yven)

Twelve (Diven)

Thirteen (Vuven)

Fourteen (Kelven)

Fifteen (Fustren)

Sixteen (Guskren)

Seventeen (Sjeven)

Eighteen (Troven)

Nineteen (Enaven)

Twenty (Dival)

Thirty (Vuval)

Forty (Kelval)

Fifty (Fustal)

Sixty (Guskal)

Seventy (Sjeval)

Eighty (Troval)

Ninety (Enval)

Hundred (Sku)

Two Hundred (Disku)

Thousand (Kusku)

Two thousand (Dikusku)

Ten thousand (Fön)

Twenty thousand (Difön)

Million (Faia)

First (Intesk)

Second (Difesk)

Third (Vuvesk)

Fourth(Keldesk)

Fifth (Fustesk)

Sixth (Guskesk)

Seventh (Sjeresk)

Eighth (Trofesk)

Ninth (Enavesk)

Tenth (Kuvnesk)

Eleventh (Yvensk)

Twelfth (Divnesk)

Thirteenth (Vuvnesk)

Fourteenth (Kelvesk)

Fifteenth (Fustresk)

General (Sanert)

Half (Dikräft)

Immense (Datja)

Many (Kvöligt)

Quite (Stäld)

Several (Seafilt)

Single (Kai Maju)

Some (Skom)

Total (Kvön) About, Almost (Prata)

Below, less than (Minte)

Above, greater than (Finnat)

Frequent (Skavt)

Further (Finnestat)

Once (Integan)

Very (Valta)

Swadesh List[]

I (Jea)


You (Ty)


we (Tyr)


This (Des)


That (Dom)


who? (Mine)


what? (Fene)


Not (inda)


all (ball)


One (int)


Two (dif)


Big (Finnolt)


long (Stäljat)


Small (Mint)


Woman (Faia)


Man (Borva)


person (Dolle)


fish (Viz)


Bird (Pass)


Dog (Kul)


Louse (Sjiltu)


Tree (Kopen)


seed (Sänt)


leaf (Kopskilo)

root (Rumana)

bark (Jesti)

skin (Siv)

flesh (Tjaisot)

Blood (Flom)

Bone (Sägnästron)

grease (Safla)

Egg (Anga)

horn (Häg) Tail (Kad) feather (Gillo) hair (Agila) head (Kyrkel) Ear (Mikore) Eye (Saj) Nose (Masa) Mouth (Mul) tooth (Tjerg) tongue (Leaba) claw (Kvama) foot (not leg) knee (näk) Hand (hont) belly (maga) neck (Knäka) breasts (brusa) Heart (Jerta) Liver (Väreg) drink (Drisa) eat (Spisa) bite (Tjeka) see (Saja) hear (Mika) know (Vinda) sleep (Sjädja) die (Döza) kill (Dörra) swim (Cimba) fly (Vyta) walk (Gra) come (Komma) lie (Rera) sit (Ända) stand (Sjanna) give (Kiba) say (Sjeja) Sun (Hosi) moon (Teska) Star (Hosaia) water (Fanna) rain (Regan) Stone (Bolka) Sand (Drigna) earth (Urt) cloud (Lorva) smoke (Asa) Fire (Rera) Ash (Asadrig) Burn (Blamma) path (Cobba) mountain (Färk) Red (Rugt) Green (Hjult) yellow (Melit) white (Dert) black (Vist) Night (Nete) hot (Volta) cold (Rersa) Full (Ult) New (Dait) Good (Jug) Round (Badrat) Dry (Drit) Non (Name)


Adjectives[]

Example text[]

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