Fandom

Conlang

26th century American

3,201articles on
this wiki
Add New Page
Talk2 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

26th century American
Oneikırõmı' Mõghıkõ
Type
Analytic
Alignment
Accusative
Head direction
mostly right
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
No
Genders
No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect


HistoryEdit

After the fall of many of the 21st & 22nd century powers, continuing protectionism, isolationism, and opposition to globalization in America shatters the English language. But with the openness, standardization, and cooperation of the 26 century upon them, the New North American Union (N.A.U.) has joined the ranks of most United Nations countries in their standard language: 24th century Academic English. But the everyday language of the new N.A.U. is the currently unwritten ʔɔɾ̃ekɯɾʌmɯʔ mʌʁɯkʌ (Shmı' Engwrite system: Oneikırõmı' Mõghıkõ).

DialectsEdit

  • Northern:
  • Southern: northern /a/ merges with /ɛ/, northern /ʌ/ lowers to [ä] (but before a nasal it becomes /ɯ/), /u/ before a nasal becomes /o/, northern /ɯ/ tends toward [ɪ], northern monophthong /e/ breaks into [eɪ], word-final /v/, /z/, /ʒ/ devoice, and /ʁ/ can occur word-initially.

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar Laryngeal
laminal apical
Nasal m n
Plosive p t ʈ k ʔ
Fricative f v s z ʃ ʒ
Approximant ɭ j w ʁ̞
Flap ɽ ɽ̃
  • /ɽ/, /ɽ̃/, & /ʁ/ don't occur initially except in loanwords.

VowelsEdit

front back
close i ɯ u
close-mid e o
open-mid ɛ ʌ ɔ
open a
  • Vowels are nasalized before /m/, /n/, or /ɽ̃/.
  • Diphthongs are /eu/, /ae/, & /oɛ/.

PronounsEdit

Subject pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 ʔɛ we
2 ju jɔl
3 ti tɔl

Object pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 me ʔɔs
2 ju jɔl
3 tʌm mɔl

Genitive pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 mɛn ʔeuz
2 jaz jɔlz
3 tʌz

Possessive pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 ʔeu
2 ja jɔlz
3 tɔlz

Reflexive pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 mɛsɔlf ʔeusɔlvz
2 jasɔlf jasɔlvz
3 tʌsɔlf tʌsɔlvz

VocabularyEdit

NumbersEdit

nɔmpɯ:

# name 10+# 10*#
0 zɛʁu sʌn zɛʁu
1 wɔn lʌvʌ sʌn
2 tu fʌlv fɔɾ̃e
3 ʃe tɯsen tɯɾe
4 fa fasen faɾe
5 fɛv fɯfsen fɛfte
6 sɛs sɯssen sɛste
7 sʌvʌ sʌvʌsen sʌvʌɾ̃e
8 ʔiʔ ʔisen ʔiɾe
9 nɛn nɛnsen nɛɾ̃e
10 sʌn fɔɾ̃e hɔnʒɜt

DirectionsEdit

hɛtnu tɯʁʌʔʃʌ:

naf
nafwʌst nafest
wʌst sʌɾ̃ɯ ʔest
seufwʌst seufest
seuf
  • In compounds, sʌɾ̃ɯ becomes sʌnʃu.

SeasonsEdit

sezʌ:

  • sʁɛn: Spring
  • sɔmɯ: Summer
  • fɛl: Fall/Autumn
  • wɛɾ̃ɯ: Winter

KinshipEdit

fenle mʌmpihɯ or wɔloɾɯvz:

  • fʌʁʌʔ: parent
  • fʌʁʌs: parents
  • mam: mother
  • tet: dad
  • sɛplonz: siblings
  • sɛstɯ/sɛs: sister/sis
  • pʁɯɾɯ/pʁu: brother/bro
  • kʁempʌʁʌs: grandparents
  • kʁemp: grandpa
  • kʁemi: grandma
  • ʔɔnku: uncle
  • ʔenʔ: aunt
  • hɔzʌ: cousin
  • nɛplonz: niblings
  • nis: niece
  • nʌfu: nephew
  • ʔɛnlaz: in-laws

Example textsEdit

Northern: ʔɛɭ ʃṹmɜ̃ pãn wɛf fʁéɽũ ʔɜ̃ ʔehwɛ́ɭɨɽe ʔɜ̃ wɛf tɛ́knɨɽe ʔɜ̃ ʔɛɭ neʈuʁɛ́s. ti wɨz kɛ́vɜ̃ sɜ̃ns ɜ̃ ɭaɽ maʁuhút ɜ̃ ti ʃʊt sɛ́pɭʊ̃nɭe sɨ ʔeʈóɽɨ.

Southern: ʔɛɭ ʃʊ̃́mɪ̃ pɛ̃n wɛf fʁéɪɽʊ̃ ʔɪ̃ ʔeɪhwɛ́ɭɪɽe ʔɪ̃ wɛf tɛ́knɪɽeɪ ʔɪ̃ ʔɛɭ neʈuʁɛ́s. ti wɪs kɛ́vɪ̃ sä̃ns ɪ̃ ɭɛɽ mɛʁuhút ɪ̃ ti ʃʊt sɛ́pɭʊ̃nɭeɪ sɪ ʔeɪʈóɽɪ.

Ad hoc writing: All Human areborn with freedom and equality and with dignity and all naturalrights. They was given sense and alot moralcode and they should siblingly to eachother.

in.pl human be.born with freedom and equality and with dignity and in.pl right / 3.nom be.pst give-pass.part common.sense and aug.ex.pl moral.code and 3.nom should sibling-adv to recip /

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood. (Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki