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Alemarese
Alemarrix
Type
Fusional
Alignment
Accusative
Head direction
right
Tonal
No
Declensions
Yes
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
2
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



General InformationEdit

Alemarese (natively Alemarrix /alemaˈʀiʃ/) is one of the most spoken languages of Patrona. It is the majority language in several nations (most notable Westos and Alemar) and taught as a lingua franca the world over.

Classification Edit

Alemarese is an Aidelið language, of the Chevin branch and the Serazi subbranch.

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

labial interdental alveolar postalveolar palatal velar uvular glottal
nasal m (n) ŋ
stop p b d tʃ dʒ k g q (ʔ)
fricative ɸ β s z ʃ (ç) x
approximant ð̞ l̟ j w
rhotic (ɾ̟) (ɾ̟̃) ɾ ʀ
  • The interdental nasal /n/ and partially the alveolar flap /r/ assimilate to the place of articulation of the following consonant.
  • The interdental nasal /n/ is pronounced as a nasalized interdental flap [ɾ̟̃] in non-stressed and non-word-initial locations.
  • The uvular stop /q/ is pronounced as a glottal stop [ʔ] in the coda.
  • Whether or not /z/ is a separate consonant and its degree of separation from /s/ both differ from dialect to dialect.
  • The velar fricative is pronounced as a palatal [ç] after /i/ or /e/.
  • The labialized velar approximant /w/ has many origins and thus alternates with several other phonemes. It is the pronunciation of /l/ in the coda, and of /u/ in many diphthongs.

VowelsEdit

Front Back
Close i u
Near-close (ɪ) (ʊ)
Close-mid (e) (o)
Mid
Open-mid (ɛ) (ɔ)
Near-open (æ)
Open a (ɑ)
  • The close vowels /i/ and /u/ lower in response to a following /ŋ/, /k/, /g/, and /q/.
  • The mid vowels /e/ and /o/ lower when followed by a coda consonant and raise before another vowel or word-finally.
  • Conservative dialects have separate close-mid and open-mid vowels.
  • In some dialects, [e] and [ɛ] (and [o] and [ɔ]) contrast word-finally.
  • The front open vowel /a/ raises to [æ] before alveolar consonants in some dialects.
  • /a/ backs to [ɑ] when adjacent to a uvular stop [q].
  • Vowels gain a following semivocalic schwa before nasals in some dialects.
  • Any two adjacent vowels diphthongize.

StressEdit

Stress is typically on the penultimate vowel, unless the word ends with a consonant other than <n> or <k>; however, stress is contrastive, and is thus marked in non-obvious locations by a grave accent.

Writing SystemEdit

The AlphabetEdit

Chevin Alphabet

The Standard Chevin Alphabet with names in transliterated Alemarese

Alemarese is written in the Standard Chevin Alphabet (natively Keaja Txevì).

The letter ta dun is only used in loanwords.

TransliterationEdit

Letter a b d ð e f g h i j k l m
Sound /a/ /b/ /d/ /ð/ /e/ /ɸ/ /g/ 0 /i/ /x/ /k/ /l/, /w/ /m/
Letter n o p q r s t u v x y z þ
Sound /n/ /o/ /p/ /q/ /r/ /s/ /t/ /u/, /w/ /β/, /w/, /ɸ/ /ʃ/ /j/ /z/ /t/, /ð/
  • <l> is pronounced /w/ in the coda.
  • <v> is pronounced /w/ before back vowels and /ɸ/ word-finally.

DigraphsEdit

  • au /o/, ai /e/
  • cm /m/ word-initially
  • di or dy /dʒ/, dyi /dʒi/
  • jr /ʀ/ word-initially, jC /C/
  • ndgB /ŋgB/, ng /ŋ/
  • rr /ʀ/
  • sp /ʃp/, st /ʃt/
  • tt /tː/, tx /tʃ/
  • veB /βB/, voF /wF/

Native CollationEdit

k, a, j, d, g, u, q, p, b, o, h, v, e, s, z, t, l, f, i, y, ð, r, n, m, þ, x

Parts of SpeechEdit

Nouns, Adjectives, Pronouns, Determiners, Verbs, Prepositions, Adverbials, Conjunctions, Particles, Interjections

NounsEdit

Declension tableEdit

1st 2nd 3rd
nom -a/en

-e/en

-i/in

-e/en

-0/o
instr N/A N/A -(u)n/on
gen -e/en -o/ù
voc -e/à N/A N/A

First declensionEdit

The first declension houses the vast majority of animate nouns, all morphological diminutives, and all instruments. The animate nouns have a vocative case, but no intrumental. There's very little irregularity in the first declension. Nouns ending in -ea or -aya in the singular become -eye(n) and -ae(n) in the plural nominative, genitive, and singular vocative.

ex. otta "tongue, language, speech"

sg pl
nom otta otten
gen otte
voc ottà

Note that the sg.gen and sg.voc are the same, as are pl.nom and pl.gen. So there is only four forms. Some declension I nouns have a unified -e sg form, reducing the number of forms to three.

ex. xile "scratch, scrape"

sg pl
nom xile xilen
gen
voc xelà

Second declensionEdit

Second declension nouns are mostly inanimate, though there are a few groups of animates. They are the most regular declension, with no irregularities at all. Nouns in this declension class have no morphological instrumental or vocative, and use the nominative forms if one is needed.

ex. duji "gold"

sg pl
nom duji dujin
gen dujì

Note that the genitive form does not distinguish singular v. plural. There is a subset of declension II nouns which have an -e instead of -i in the nominative forms.

ex. rame "rope"

sg pl
nom rame ramen
gen remì

Third declensionEdit

The third declension is almost entirely inanimate, save for some names and some dialects versions of the diminutives of the core family such as bab and nun in place of the more typical baba and nunya. This class's inanimate nouns are the only ones with an instrumental case, but they lack a vocative. For declension III names, the vocative is the sg.gen form. Declension III nouns typically have five forms, the most of any class.

ex. kur "flame, fire"

sg pl
nom kur kuro
instr kurun kuron
gen kuro kurù

Third declension nouns typically end in a stressed syllable in the nominative singular. The addition of the endings bring about predictable alternations of certain final consonants. For a given word, there is a maximum of three stems. These alterations do not occur in loanwords. There are ten alternation classes:

  1. The first class are the regular nouns: loanwords and those ending in any consonant not mentioned in the other classes. ex. gix "trinket, keepsafe" (gixun, gixo)
  2. The next are those ending in <p> and <t>, which have three stems: a sg.nom stem (p/t), a sg.instr stem (f/ð), and a obl stem (b/d). ex. haup "cord" (haufun, haubo)
  3. Next are those ending in <ð>, which are the same as those in <t> except in the sg.nom. raið "anger" (raiðun, raido)
  4. Nouns in <nt> do not have a separate sg.instr stem. ex. lant "grass" (landun, lando)
  5. Next are the vowel-final nouns. In the sg.nom they are accented, in the sg.instr they are accented and receive a -n ending (instead of a -un), the other endings are regular. ex. jaurà "hour" (jauràn, jaurao)
  6. Nouns ending in <ò> lack number distinctions in the nom and instr cases.
  7. Nouns ending in <ai> decline as nouns ending in <è> except in the sg.nom. petai "rain" (petèn, peteon)
  8. Next are nouns in <au> and <eu>, which replace the <u> with <v> before non-sg.nom endings.
  9. Next are nouns ending in a stop, followed by an unstressed <e>, followed by an <r>. They always drop the unstressed <e> in the non-sg.nom forms. Some nouns in <der> or <ber> then change the <d/b> to <t/p>, whereas all nouns in <qer> change the <q> to <k>. ex. hèder "house" (hetrun, hetro)
  10. Lastly are nouns which change pronunciation, but not spelling, of a final consonant in the sg.nom. <b> to /p/, <v> to /φ/, and <l> to /w/.

Irregular nounsEdit

Few nouns are irregular, and if a noun is irregular, it is very predictable. An example of a truly irregular noun is oai "cloud".

sg IPA pl IPA
nom oai /oˈe/ vayo /ˈwajo/
instr oen /ˈoen/ vayon /ˈwajon/
gen vayo /ˈwajo/ vayù /waˈju/

PronounsEdit

Nominative pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 seo nave
2 toya miun
2.cer
3.an jora jore
3.inan 0
3.obv tia tie

Accusative pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 ze nof
2 teo txuò
2.cer mij
3.an jora jore
3.inan li eli
3.obv tia tie

Instrumental pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 seon naven
2 toyan miumon
2.cer mìn
3.an joran joren
3.inan lun elon
3.obv tian tien

Genitive pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 seo nave
2 toye miumo
2.cer mìo
3.an jore
3.inan lo elo
3.obv tie

Possessive pronounsEdit

sg pl
1 ze novo
2 teo toyàu
2.cer mijo
3.an jore
3.inan lo elo
3.obv tie

Vocative pronounsEdit

There are only two vocative pronouns: 2s toye and 2p miumà.

Interrogative pronounsEdit

who/which betxine /beˈtʃine/
what/which betxìn /beˈtʃin/
when byaiq /ˈbjeq/
where beu /ˈbew/
from where bevo /ˈbewo/
why gai betxìn /gebeˈtʃin/
how bidera /biˈdeɾa/
how much/many jedaj /xeˈdax/

AdjectivesEdit

The citation form is the inanimate nominative singular. The adjectives have no vocative case forms, current standard is to use the genitive forms to agree with vocative nouns, but it is colloquially more common to use the nominative forms instead. Where endings are separated by slashes in the table, the first is singular and the second is plural.

1st 2nd 3rd
INAN nom -i/in -0/o -e/en
instr -in/en -(u)n/on -en
gen -i/e -o/u -e/i
AN nom -e/en -a/en
instr -en -an/en
gen -e/a

ex. kremi 'holy' (Soa dine ginora hosa em kreme! 'Even the trickster god is holy!')

sg pl
INAN nom kremi kremin
instr kremin kremen
gen kremi kreme
AN nom kreme kremen
instr kremen kremen
gen kreme krema

ex. baborev 'motherly, nuturing' (Jore emò krenten hef baboreven. 'They are very nuturing people.')

sg pl
INAN nom baborev baborevo
instr baborevun baborevon
gen baborevo baborevu
AN nom baboreva baboreven
instr baborevan baboreven
gen baboreve baboreva

ex. kade 'new' (Em bendgaizì kade! 'It's from New Bendguise!')

sg pl
INAN nom kade kaden
instr kaden kaden
gen kade kadi
AN nom kada kaden
instr kadan kaden
gen kade kada

ComparisonEdit

IntensityEdit

An intensive adjective is shown with the adverb/particle hef placed before the adjective in question.

ex. Seo kari raið hef kade ð hef saig "I have a very new and very serious anger."

DeterminersEdit

ArticleEdit

sg pl
INAN nom so
instr son sòn
gen so su
AN nom soa soe
gen soe
voc sa

DemonstrativesEdit

position
qede proximal
sole medial
tele distal

QuantifiersEdit

Quantifiers include: ispe (all), be (many/a lot), tlone (some), and five (few)

Distributives Edit

Distributive determiners include: saude (any)

Case usageEdit

NominativeEdit

The nominative case (abbreviated nom) is the dictionary form of a noun. It is primarily used for the subject and primary object of a sentence. As a secundative language, Alemarese treats the indirect object of a ditransitive verb and the direct object of a transitive verb the same. This is called the primary object.

The nominative is also used for the objects of a few prepositions: locatives, temporals, set '(along) with', and id 'about'.

InstrumentalEdit

The instrumental case (abbreviated instr) has three uses. It is used to signify an instrument that is used to complete an action, for the secondary object of a sentence, and to signify movement towards. The secondary object corresponds to the direct object of a ditransitive verb.

When used with locative prepositions, it gives them a 'towards' component.

  • ex. ij in --> into, ro on --> onto, vent at --> to

GenitiveEdit

The genitive case (abbreviated gen) has a few uses. It primarily signifies possession (so freziv kurù 'the flames' heat') and composition (emaje lotto 'a state of panic').

The genitive also shows the origin of something and, in the same capacity, to make demonyms.

  • ex. Seo mi alemaro 'I'm Alemarese.'

It's also used to show groups to which one is a member.

  • ex. hèder ridore 'House Kicker'

And to make matronymics.

  • ex. rajàn rajàno 'Rajàn, child of Rajàn'

When used with locative prepositions, it gives them an 'away from' component.

  • ex. ij in --> out of, ro on --> off of, vent at --> from

VocativeEdit

The vocative is used for direct address.

  • ex. Aðe krentà! 'Hello people!'
  • ex. Farm vilxe. 'Bye, Viusche.'

VerbsEdit

There are four conjugation classes based on four thematic vowels: a, e, u, and o.

Present tenseEdit

-a verbs

sg pl
1 -i -en
2 -ak -aru
3 -a

-e verbs

sg pl
1 -i -en
2 -ek -eru
3 -e

-u verbs

sg pl
1 -i -on
2 -uk -uru
3 -u -ui

-o verbs

sg pl
1 -i -on
2 -ok -oru
3 -o

The present tense is used for ongoing current events, states, and unambiguous references to the future.

ex. seo odi "I give"

Recent tenseEdit

The recent tense is formed with the present tense + sentence final particle .

The recent tense is used for event which happened typically within the past ten minutes.

ex. seo odi là "I just gave"

Direct remote tenseEdit

active participle + the following suffixes (stressed on the participle ending except in the 3p).

-a and -e verbs

sg pl
1 -a -en
2 -ak -aru
3 -a

-u and -o verbs

sg pl
1 -u -on
2 -uk -uru
3 -u -ui

The direct remote tense is used for past events which the speaker personally experienced.

ex. seo odera "I gave"

Indirect remote tenseEdit

The indirect remote tense is used for past events which the speaker didn't personally experience.

Eventive tenseEdit

Thematic vowel + the following suffixes

-a, -e, and -o verbs

sg pl
1 -je -jen
2 -jak -jaru
3 -ja -jè

-u verbs

sg pl
1 -ji -jen
2 -jek -jeru
3 -je -jè
The eventive tense is used for events considered likely and dependent on some condition.

ex. seo odaje "I'd probably give"

Future tenseEdit

The future tense is indicated by the copula "em", which is placed before a bare verb (historically an infinitive).

  • ex. Mi oda li "I will give it"

ParticiplesEdit

active passive
a -er -aut
e -er -et
u -or -ut
o -or -ut

Regular verbs Edit

moiza "to know" (Moizi teo! "I know you!")

sg pl
1 moizi moizen
2 moizak moizaru
3 moiza moizè

kara "to have in one's possession" (Seo kari so uzìn. "I have the cup.")

sg pl
1 kari karen
2 karak kararu
3 kara karè

sterre "to hunt" (Sterrer enxala ze. "I like to hunt.")

sg pl
1 sterri sterren
2 sterrek sterreru
3 sterre sterrè

raqne "to stand" (Raqnek rajane. "Stand up, Rajàn.")

sg pl
1 raqni raqnen
2 raqnek raqneru
3 raqne raqnè

pilðu "to shoot, fire, take a shot" (Pilðuk so xaulora! "Shoot at the knife!")

sg pl
1 pilði pilðon
2 pilðuk pilðuru
3 pilðu pilðui

ginu "to trick, fool" (Alò, hef ginoruk ze. "Wow, you really fooled me.")

sg pl
1 gini ginon
2 ginuk ginuru
3 ginu ginui

furo "to lie" (No gai betxìn furoruk vent seon? "But why did you lie to me?")

sg pl
1 furi furon
2 furok furoru
3 furo furò

alto "to notice" (Alti li là. "I just noticed it.")

sg pl
1 alti alton
2 altok altoru
3 alto altò

Irregular verbs Edit

er "must"

sg pl
1 rai eran
2 rek eru
3 er ros

em, emor, mut "be"

sg pl
1 mi emon
2 mok moru
3 em emò

fo, fer, foot "do"

sg pl
1 fudyi fen
2 fok foru
3 fo foi

tyu, tivor, tyut "be born"

sg pl
1 tyui tyuon
2 tyuk tyuru
3 tyu tyui

Predictably irregular verbs Edit

Some other irregular patterns appear, for example:

  • verbs ending in tyu/ku/tyo/ko or dyu/gu/dyo/go become (t)xi and dyi in the 1s.pres.

ex. legu "to talk, speak, say"

sg pl
1 ledyi legon
2 leguk leguru
3 legu legui
  • verbs ending in ka/ga change the <k/g> to <(t)x/d(i/y)> is the 1s.pres, 1p.pres, and 3p.pres.

ex. menga "turn"

sg pl
1 mendyi mendyen
2 mengak mengaru
3 menga mendiè

SyntaxEdit

Noun phraseEdit

Verb phraseEdit

NegationEdit

AdverbialsEdit

QuotationsEdit

InversionEdit

PrepositionsEdit

There is a very limited set of true prepositions in Alemarese. Most prepositional meanings are carried out through compound prepositions.

Locations are formed starting with the preposition hus "as" which tends to be dropped in all but the most careful of speech, then a locative noun in the nominative singular, then the noun in the genitive. ex. hus ijvent so kuro "in the flame (lit. as inside of the flame)"

Venitive directions are formed starting with the preposition ip "towards, intended for", then a directional noun in the instrumental singular, then the noun in the genitive. ex. ip ijvendun so kuro "into the flame (lit. towards inside of the flame)"

Andative directions are formed starting with the preposition el "of, from", then a directional noun in the genitive singular, then the noun in the genitive. ex. el ijvendo so kuro "out of the flame (lit. from inside of the flame)"

Some common morphemes in prepositional nouns are ij "in", ro(l) "top/on", vent "side", etc.

All true indivisible prepositions are as follows:

Alemarese Gloss English
hus ess as
id abl about
ip bene for (the benefit of), intended for, towards, to
el gen of, from
set com (along) with

VocabularyEdit

NumbersEdit

Though Patronans have ten fingers in total, the most common base for numerals (talento) is 8 (octal) which was spread by Alemarese and Barejine-speakers across most of Patrona. Typically, fingercounting starts with the thumbs out, the first finger being the index, etc.

# name 8+# #*8 #*64
0 pidejn on
1 jen dyen on hied
2 diz eqa teziq dizied
3 hor horòn horsiq horied
4 mir miròn mirsiq mirried
5 dorsa dorsòn dorsiq dorsied
6 sexa sexòn sixiq sixied
7 ðea ðeòn ðeziq ðeyed
8 on teziq hied onied
  • Ordinals are formed with <-me>. First and second are formed suppletively (veit and drezip). They are adjectives.
  • Fractions are formed with <-aj>. Half is suppletive and quarter is irregular (foli and meraj). They are nouns.
  • In both, only the last word of the number receives the ending. If the last word in a fraction is "one" (e. g. 21) then it is rendered as veit.
  • Numbers thirteen and above are nouns declined according to form. The item they tell the quantity of is rendered in the genitive after them.
  • Jen, diz, and hor are undeclined and appear before the noun.
  • Mir to eqa and pidejn are regular adjectives.

ColorsEdit

Patronans can't see blue, so they have no need of words to distinguish it, greatly shrinking their color (fulko) vocabulary.

  • txindi: dark red, purple, brown
  • god: light red, pink, orange
  • plauve: white, yellow
  • xab: light green, chartreuse, cyan
  • varze: dark green, teal
  • eriti: black, blue
  • hoitxi: gray

Days of the WeekEdit

The Patronan week is only six days long.

  1. deruax- Sunday
  2. lameax- Loveday
  3. kavekax- Thoughtday
  4. veverax- Fastday
  5. mindax- big Moonday
  6. jiliax- little Moonday

DirectionsEdit

samar
dejsamar txosamar
deje vuxe txos
dejling txosling
ling

ConjunctionsEdit

ð (and), iy...iy... (either or), tai (and/or), no (but/yet), gai (because/for), uve (if)

FamilyEdit

SeasonsEdit

Seasons (vostin) do not begin on solstices/equinoxes, those are their middles instead. The first day of the year is the closest possible day to the Summer solstice.

  • estè: Summer (esteo)
  • dimbri: fall/autumn (dimbrin)
  • veyet: winter (veyeðo)
  • àdler: spring (ardro)

Body partsEdit

Important PhrasesEdit

English Alemarese
hello/hi (norm.) aðe
hello (frm.) aðe mì
hi/bye/ciao (inf.) farm
How are you? Mok bidera?
Welcome
please
thank you Ben brojin.
sorry
well/wow alò
yes
no
maybe
What's your name? Teo tung em betxìn?
My name's... Ze tung em...
Where are you from? Mok vent bevo?
I'm from... Seo mi vent...
Do you speak Alemarese? Leguk alemarrixun?
I don't know. Moizi ge.
I love you. Ettadi teo.

Telling timeEdit

Naming conventionsEdit

SwadeshEdit


No. English Alemarese
1Iseo
2you (singular)toya, mì
3hejora, tia
4wenave
5you (plural)miun, mì
6theyjore, tie
7thisqede
8thatsole, tele
9herevent so visu qede
10therevent so visu sole, vent so visu tele
11whobetxine
12whatbetxìn
13wherebeu
14whenbyaiq
15howbidera
16notContionary_Wiki
17allispe
18manybe
19sometlone
20fewfive
21otherContionary_Wiki
22onejen
23twodiz
24threehor
25fourmir
26fivedorsa
27bignedui
28longContionary_Wiki
29wideContionary_Wiki
30thickContionary_Wiki
31heavyContionary_Wiki
32smallContionary_Wiki
33shortjem
34narrowContionary_Wiki
35thinContionary_Wiki
36womankrente
37man (adult male)krente
38man (human being)Contionary_Wiki
39childContionary_Wiki
40wifeContionary_Wiki
41husbandContionary_Wiki
42motherbabora, baba
43fathernunora, nunu
44animalremùras
45fishN/A
46birdN/A
47dogN/A
48louseN/A
49snakeN/A
50wormN/A
51treeveðudya
52forestContionary_Wiki
53stickContionary_Wiki
54fruitkultya
55seedContionary_Wiki
56leafyet
57rootContionary_Wiki
58barkContionary_Wiki
59floweridrya
60grasslant
61roperame
62skinContionary_Wiki
63meatContionary_Wiki
64bloodContionary_Wiki
65boneContionary_Wiki
66fatContionary_Wiki
67eggContionary_Wiki
68hornContionary_Wiki
69tailContionary_Wiki
70featherContionary_Wiki
71hairContionary_Wiki
72headContionary_Wiki
73earContionary_Wiki
74eyeriðuri
75noseoðànker
76mouthContionary_Wiki
77toothContionary_Wiki
78tongueotta
79fingernailContionary_Wiki
80footContionary_Wiki
81legContionary_Wiki
82kneeContionary_Wiki
83handContionary_Wiki
84wingContionary_Wiki
85bellyContionary_Wiki
86gutsContionary_Wiki
87neckContionary_Wiki
88backContionary_Wiki
89breastmanya
90heartContionary_Wiki
91liverContionary_Wiki
92drinkpaibe
93eatpaibe
94biteContionary_Wiki
95suckjuku
96spitContionary_Wiki
97vomitContionary_Wiki
98blowContionary_Wiki
99breathefiðe
100laughContionary_Wiki
101seeriðure
102hearContionary_Wiki
103knowmoiza
104thinkContionary_Wiki
105smellContionary_Wiki
106fearfaurxe
107sleepðumu
108livetximoda
109dieContionary_Wiki
110killContionary_Wiki
111fightContionary_Wiki
112huntsterre
113hitContionary_Wiki
114cutxaula
115splitContionary_Wiki
116stabContionary_Wiki
117scratchContionary_Wiki
118digContionary_Wiki
119swimContionary_Wiki
120flyContionary_Wiki
121walkContionary_Wiki
122comeundye
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