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Word derivation process Edit

Words are formed mainly from others by the addition of prefixes and suffixes to the main stem. Bellow is a list of the suffixes and prefixes used in the Ancient Khronos language.

Suffixes
-menis used to transform an adjective into an adverb
-imus superlative suffix
-ologis science, study
-is
-ar
-ae
-em
Prefix
pre- before
un- undo, opposed idea
post- after
proli-
somni-

Nouns Edit

Adjectives and adverbs Edit

Pronouns Edit

Verbs Edit

Verbs are complex and inflect for tense(present, past and future), mood(subjunctive, imperative, indicative and aorist), aspect(perfect and imperfect), number(singular, dual and plural) and person. It also has 4 verbal voices(active, medial, reflexive and passive).

See bellow the conjugation patterns for all regular verbs:

Active voice
Mood Indicative Subjunctive Imperative Aorist
Tense Pres. Perf. Past Imperf. Past Fut Cond. Pres. Past. Fut Aorist Past
Igō -oi -obi -ei -ero -erio -a -astoi -er - -aro
Tv -asi -abi -abe -erasi -eriase -es -astasi -eres -ai -ares
Aftē -as -aba -ov -eras -erias -e -astas -ere -ei -are
Nōi -amo -abamo -emo -eramo -eriamo -ema -astamo -erema -amote -arema
Enō -aste -abaste -ameste -eraste -eriaste -ete -asaste -erete -asete -arete
Aftēs -ani -abani -amani -erani -eriane -eni -asani -ereni -one -areni
Medial voice(Narrative voice)
Mood Indicative Subjunctive Imperative Aorist
Tense Pres. Past Pres. Past Past
Igō
Tv
Aftē
Nōi
Enō
Aftēs

Prepositions Edit

Interjections Edit

Conjunctions Edit

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