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Vnïlath
Al-Vnïlath Drivü
Type Fusional - Aglutinative
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Mixed
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 12
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Classification and Dialects [Tähinöm yä Dyaläkäs][]

A neighbor of Mwádrós but with some changes to the phonology and syntax, it uses an extended version of the Vhálúm'nir Mwádrós Script.

Phonology [Vonösgu][]

Consonants [Wamwäs][]

In total the language has 18 sullied/impure consonants (vhä wamwäs) and 14 unsullied/pure consonants (dovhä wamwäs), totaling 32 consonants.

  • Unsullied: m,n,p,b,t,d,k,g, ',s/z,x, y, w, l;
  • Sullied: mw, nw, nh, ng/gh, pw, bw, tw, dw, th/dh, q, gw, sh/zh, r, lh, 'h, vw, v/vh, lw;
Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m(m) mʷ(mw) n(n) nʷ(nw) ɲ(nh) ŋ(gh/ng)
Plosive p(p) b(b)

pʷ(pw) bʷ(bw)

t(t) d(d) tʷ(tw) dʷ(dw) k(k) g(g) kʷ(q) gʷ(gw) ʔ(')
Fricative β/v/ʋ(vh/v) vʷ(vw) θ/ð(th/dh) s/z (s/z) ʃ/ʒ (sh/zh) x/χ (x) h('h)
Affricate
Approximant j(y)
Trill r(r-begin)
Flap or tap ɾ/ɐ*(r-end)
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l(l) lʷ(lw) ʎ(ll/lh)
Lateral flap

*r at the end can sound as a vowel like in German.

**/w/ is also a consonant.

Vowels [Yamwäs][]

Front Central Back
High i(i) y(ï/u) uː(ü)
Near-high
High-mid oː(ö)
Mid ə
Low-mid ɔ(o)
Near-low ɐ(r)*
Low a(a) a˞(ä/ar)

*r is not a vowel but it sounds as one.

Phonotactics [Vonösgüxös][]

(C)(C)V(V)(C)(C)


Writing System [Gäshä Sistämü][]

* "-" can have no sound, pause or glottal stop depending on the context.

Letter A Ä/AR U/Ï I Ü O Ö R '/-* 'H P PW W
Sound a y i ɔ r - begin

ɾ/ɐ - end

ʔ h p w / ʷ
Letter B BW N NW M MW NH GH/NG T D TW DW LW
Sound b n m ɲ ŋ t d
Letter TH/DH K G KW/Q GW X V/VH VW S/Z SH/ZH Y L LH/LL
Sound θ/ð k g x/χ β/v/ʋ s-z ʃ/ʒ j l ʎ

Grammar [Axordin][]

Nouns [Toda][]

Nouns can be declined by Definiteness, Gender, Number and Case.

Aspect of Control is similar to Hawaiian Language where you can control/create or not some nouns.

Gender Animate Inanimate
Aspect of Control Not Controllable Controllable Not Controllable Controllable
Male Ig- Ïg- Ög- Üg-
Female Ik- Ïk- Ök- Ük-
Neuter Il- Ïl- Öl- Ül-
Male Definitive Ag- Äg- At- Og-
Female Definitive Ak- Äk- Am- Ok-
Neuter Definitive Al- Ä- / Ar- Al- / Av- Ol-

Plural is marked with "da" after the noun.Example: Äg-San'näda (The sons (that I control / created) --> My sons)

Cases are marked with a small article after the noun.

Case Male Female Neuter
Nominative ga gi
Accusative / Dative na ni
Possession (Possessor's possession)

Example: My sons - Ix sä äg-San'näda.

Pronouns [Antöda] Stem (needs case)
I Ix
You Va
It Ilhä
We Ix'da
You plural Vada
They Ilhäda / Ilharda

Verbs [Fäläda][]

Verbs always end in ar/ä with some exceptions Ulad(to be), Dalüd(to have) and Vyath(to do).

All Tenses go before the verb joined by "-".

Aspect-->

Tense

Simple Prefective Imperfective Progressive Habitual Recursive Stem
Present a- am- an- ag- ak- R[]-
Past o- / ö- öm- on- ol- ök- L[]-
Future ü- / ï- üm- ün- il- ïk- V[]-

Example: I did it and undid it - Löm-vyath Ix ga Ilhä.

The Interrogative mood is expressed by adding the particle "thalos" to the end of the sentence.

Syntax [Xordinä][]

VSO - Affirmatives.

V(n)SO - Negatives (n - negative particle thä)

VSO A? - Interrogative (A - particle for Interrogative mood thalos)

Lexicon [Akätab][]

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