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Ałánžuqhatéñgin means language of Ałán.

Žuqháń (dialects)Edit

There are several dialects. The most important dialect is Ranínžon (from Ranín žuqhatéñgin, real language) which is also the standard language. The following table demonstrates the differences between the dialects.

Language I you we to eat to work animal house grave
Ranínžon čá xlu čáń glaˀibhíč umáx báđin xláwin žaˀumín
Xlu'íban čí ẋlu číń ẋliwíč umíx biḋín ẋwín jámin
Šúrań šə łə šəń łáwiš ˀəmáš ḋəń ġəżláwən žaˀəmín
Xás čén ĝlun čéń xlewˀíwič ˀuméĝ beˀəđín ĝiłéˀewin jéˀumíń
Thán can xlun cann/cań glawíc humáx badín xiłáwin jamínn/jamíń

Łunín qha iñgˀín (alphabet and pronunciation)Edit

The orthography is rather simple and most of the time matches the pronunciation.

  Bilabial Dental Alveolar Postalveolar
/ palatal
Velar Uvular Glottal
aspirated unaspirated aspirated unaspirated aspirated unaspirated aspirated unaspirated
Nasal m [m]   n [n]   ŋ [ñ]    
Plosives voiced bʰ [bh] b [b]   dʰ [dh] d [d] gʰ [gh] g [g]   ʔ [ˀ]¹
voiceless pʰ [ph] p [p]   tʰ [th] t [t]   kʰ [kh] k [k] qʰ [qh] q [q]
Affricatives voiced     ʣʰ [ċh] ʣ [ċ] ʤ [ġ]      
voiceless     ʦʰ [ch] ʦ [c] ʧ [č]      
Fricatives voiced   ð [đ] z [z] ʒ [ž] ɣ [ẋ]    
voiceless     s [s] ʃ [š] xʰ [xh] x [x] χ [ĝ] h [h]
Trills     r [r]        
Lateral fricatives voiced     ɮ [ż]        
voiceless     ɬ [ł]        
Lateral approximant     l/ɫ [l] j [j] w [w]    
Lateral affricatives     tɬ [ŀ]        
  1. ['] is mostly used instead of [ˀ]. [ˀ] remains the only official way to write down this sound.
  2. Some sounds namely /l n r s x z ð ʃ ʦ ʧ/ can be pronunced long too, like /lː nː rː sː xː zː ðː ʃː ʦː ʧː/. Then they are written like [ĺ ń ŕ ś ẍ ź ḋ ṥ ć ṡ] respectively.

Qháḋin wáłinžuqhatéñgin (basic grammar)Edit

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Baĝínxhóŀin (dictionary)Edit

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Čhibléń (examples)Edit

  • Gu čá ˀú glaˀibhíč xáĺ.
  • Then I <stress> to eat <past>.
  • I am the one that was eating then.
  • Čá uˀgámi łaqhúnˀi łal.
  • I to walk door <the> to.
  • I am walking to the door.

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