| Name: ɯð̼ɤn̼̊ɤð̼ɤʋɯɱ
Head Direction: Head-Final
Number of genders: 1
(Note: Both verb conjugations and noun declensions are noun declensions.)
I tried to contradict multiple linguistic universals and make strange sounds, while also making a language with an artificial history. Eventually, I ended up not contradicting all that many, honestly.
This language exists on somewhere that isn't Earth. This is a language that is spoken on the home planet of the world.
Some of them originally wrote down the name of the language as "Afono(d)zov" or "Asonobov", after hearing [ɯɸ̺ɤn̼̊ɤð̼ɤʋ](my language) as something like "(a/u)(s/hw/f/th)(o/u)(n/m)(o/u)(b/v/w/z/l)(o/u)(v/w)" as a whole. Eventually, "Asonobov" prevailed, despite "ahwonowow" being slightly more accurate (hence, Asonobov redirects here).
- These are pronounced with the tongue almost behind the lips.
ɤ, ʁ̞, ʟ̠,
The language is V(C), and the words are pronounced vowel-consonant. For example, Arabic would be pronounced ar.ab.ic, and not a.ra.bic.
The stress of a word is based on where it is in the utterance. All utterances follow an iambic pattern.
UNIVERSALS CONTRASTED SO FAR:Edit
All languages have stops.
All languages have either bilabials, fricatives or nasals.
All languages have a front vowel.
All languages can have a consonant before a vowel without a vowel before it.
All languages have more than one vowel that is phonologically a vowel.