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Yanakipchak (Yanakıpçak tili) is an artificial auxilary language developed by Rustam Kypshakbayev (Рустам Кыпшакбаев, a.k.a. Cumano). It's based on the languages of the Kypchak branch of the Turkic language family, such as Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Altay, Bashkir, Karachay-Balkar, Karakalpak, Kumyk, Tatar, and others.

The language is duscussed in Rustam's blog on Lingvoforum.net.

Alphabet[]

The language can be written in the Cyrillic script or in the Latin script. Both alphabets consist of 28 letters.

The Cyrillic alphabet: А, Б, В, Г, Д, Е, Ж, З, И, J (also spelled Й), К, Л, М, Н, Ң, О, Ө, П, Р, С, Т, У, Ү, Ф, Х, Ч, Ш, Ы.

The Latin alphabet: A, B, Č (also spelled Ç), D, E, F, G, H, İ, I, J, K, L, M, N, Ň, O, Ö, P, R, S, Ş (also spelled Š), T, U, Ü, V, Y, Z. The letters C, Q, W, and X are used in loanwords whose spelling has not been adapted for Yanakipchak orthography.

Cyrillic
letter
Latin
letter
IPA Notes
А а A a [a]
Б б B b [b]
В в V v [v]
Г г G g [g] or [ɢ]
Д д D d [d]
Е е E d [e]
Ж ж J j [ʒ]
З з Z z [z]
И и İ i [i]
Ј ј or Й й Y y [j]
К к K k [k] or [q]
Л л L l [l]
М м M m [m]
Н н N n [n]
Cyrillic
letter
Latin
letter
IPA Notes
Ң ң Ň ň [ŋ]
О о O o [o]
Ө ө Ö ö [ø]
П п P p [p]
Р р R r [r]
С с S s [s]
Т т T t [t]
У у U u [u]
Ү ү Ü ü [ʏ]
Ф ф F f [f] In loanwords only
Х х H h [x] In loanwords only
Ч ч Č č or Ç ç [tʃ]
Ш ш Š š or Ş ş [ʃ]
Ы ы I ı [ɯ]

Grammar[]

Grammatical cases[]

Case Suffixes
Nominative (no suffix)
Genitive -ның/ниң
Dative -га/ге
Ablative -дан/ден/тан/тен
Accusative -ны/ни
Locative -да/де/та/те

Pronouns[]

Personal Possessive
I мен бениң
you (sg., familiar) сен сениң
you (sg., polite) сиз сизиң
he, she, it ол оның
we биз бизиң
you (pl., familiar) сенлер сендериң
you (pl., polite) сизлер сизлериң
They олар оларың

Numerals[]

Cardinal Ordinal
1 бир биринчи
2 еки екинчи
3 үч үчинчи
4 төрт төртинчи
5 беш бешинчи
6 алты алтынчы
7 жети жетинчи
8 сегиз сегизинчи
9 тогыз тогызынчы
10 он онынчы
100 јүз
1000 мың

Vocabulary[]

jедилик, jедиме
week

Days of the week[]

баш күн
Monday
атланган күн
Tuesday
кан күн
Wednesday
кичи атна
Thursday
олы атна
Friday
атна арасы
Saturday
ыjык күн
Sunday
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