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Asdhouian
aswd'eehous tlinia
Type
Aggluntinative
Alignment
Head direction
Tonal
No
Declensions
Yes
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
1
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



General informationEdit

AsdhouianAsdhouian:Aswd'eehous tlinia)is a language spoken by Asdhouian People(Asdhouian:Aswd'eehoum pipole)as the official language of The First Republic of Asdhouia in West Graveteiiland, pensarus kaleta. 

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Alveolo-palatal Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Glottal
Nasal m /m/ hn /n/ n /ŋ/
Plosive b /b/, p /p/ d /d/, t /t/ k /k/, g /g/
Fricative f /f/, v /v/ s /s/ ss /ʃ/, r /ʒ/ x /ɕ/ ' /x/
Affricate c /ts/, z /z/ cc /tʃ/, zz /dʒ/ q /tɕ/, j /dɕ/
Approximant hp /ɹ/
Trill
Flap or tap
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l /l/
Lateral flap

VowelsEdit

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
Close

i /i/, y /y/

w /ɯ/, u /u/
Near-close
Close-mid
Mid e /e/ ee /ə/
Open-mid o-e /œ/ o /ɔ/
Near-open

a-e /æ/

Open a /a/

Vowels with brackets is rounded.

AlphabetEdit

Asdhouian uses Latin Alphabet and it has thirty-eight alphabets.

Alphabet a a-e b c cc d e ee f g h hn i
Name a a-e be ce cce de e ee ef ge he hne i
Alphabet w j ii k l m n o o-e p hp q qu
Name w jie iiè ke le me ne o o-e pe Pe qie Que
Alphabet r s ss t u y v x z zz '
Name re se  sse te u y ve xie ze zze 'e


PhonotacticsEdit

AccentsEdit

GrammarEdit

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Nouns No Yes Yes No No No No No
Adjectives No Yes Yes No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No Yes Yes Yes Yes No No Yes
Adverb No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Pronouns No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No

ArticlesEdit

The definite article in Asdhouian is 'la' which means 'the', the indefinite article in Asdhouian is 'uhn' which means 'a'.

PronounsEdit

Personal PronounsEdit

Person First Person Second Person Third Person
Case/Number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Nominative iia iie ta te ila/ela/ona ile/ele/one
Accusative iiaZ iieZ taZ teZ ilaZ/elaZ/onaZ ileZ/eleZ/oneZ
Possessive Pronoun(Adjective) iius/iium iieus/iieum tus/tum teus/teum

ilus/ilum/elus/

elum/onus/onum

ileus/ileum/eleus/

eleum/oneus/oneum

Possessive Pronoun(Noun) iiua/iiue iiuèa/iiuèe tua/tue tuèa/tuèe

ilua/ilue/elua/

elue/onua/onue

iluèa/iluèe/eluèa/

eluèe/onuèa/onuèe

Reflexive Pronoun iiaselfa iiaselfe taselfa taselfe ilaselfa/elaselfa/onaselfa ilaselfa/elaselfa/onaselfa

Note that in Asdhouian we use 'I's and 'You's to express 'We' and 'You (Plural) '.

Interrogative pronounEdit

What When Where Who Why
vehn vuit vis vai
How How many How long This That
tèmhn tèlè vìs viàt

NounsEdit

There are three declensions in Asdhouian.

(I)livra
(book)
Singular Plural
Nominative livra livre
Accusative livraZ livreZ
Dative asd livra asd livre
Possessive livra's livre's
(II)poklarā
(a beauty)
Singular Plural
Nominative poklarā poklarae
Accusative poklarāZ poklaraeZ
Dative asd poklarā asd poklarae
Possessive poklarā's poklarae's
(III)klimatea
(climate)
Singular Plural
Nominative klimatea klimatē
Accusative klimateaZ klimatēZ
Dative asd klimatea asd klimatē
Possessive klimatea's klimatē's

VerbsEdit

Regular VerbsEdit

There are four kinds of conjugations for regular verbs.

(I)esser
(to be)
Persons 1st Person 2nd Person 3rd Person
Aspects Tense/Number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Simple Present esso essos esses essez essat essart
Past essevo essevos esseves essevez essevat essevart
Future essebo essebos essebes essebez essebat essebart
Past Future essekto essektos essektes essektez essektat essektart
Perfect Present essozo essozos essozes essozez essozat essozart
Past essovo essovos essoves essovez essovat essovart
Future essobo essobos essobes essobez essobat essobart
Past Future essokto essoktos essoktes essoktez essoktat essokbart
Progressive Present essazo essazos essazes essazez essazat essazart
Past essavo essavos essaves essavez essavat essavart
Future essabo essabos essabes essabez essabat essabart
Past Future essakto essaktos essaktes essaktez essaktat essaktart
Perfect Progressive Present essuazo essuazos essuazes essuazez essuazat essuazart
Past essuavo essuavos essuaves essuavez essuavat essuavart
Future essuabo essuabos essuabes essuabez essuabat essuabart
Past Future essuakto essuaktos essuaktes essuaktez essuaktat essuaktart

Common -er verbs, such as esser(to be) or agiter(to do).

Because the whole table is too big, I will only show the person part of the table for the next three conjugations.

(II)katoer
(to try)
1st Person 2nd Person 3rd Person
Number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Present katō katōs katoes katoez katoat katoart

Ending with -oer.

(III)kirēr
(to create)
1st Person 2nd Person 3rd Person
Number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Present kireo kireos kirēs kirēz kireat kireart

Ending with long er.

(IV)varaer
(to work)
1st Person 2nd Person 3rd Person
Number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Present varao varaos varaes varaez varāt varārt

Ending with -aer.

Irregular VerbsEdit

There are no Irregular verbs in Asdhouian.

Passive VoiceEdit

The passive voice is employed in a clause whose subject expresses the theme or patient of the verb. That is, it undergoes an action or has its state changed. In Asdhouian, it is very easy to change a verb to passive, we just need to put 'en' at the end of the verb.

  • La alianus lufta-ephata ssutevaten. (The foreign aircraft was shot down.)

If we know who is the subject, use 'bè'(by).

  • La alianus lufta-ehpata ssutevaten  'anassiiius urbus militara.(The foreign aircraft was shot down by the Hanacian city military.)

GerundEdit

The gerund is a non-finite verb form that can function as a noun. To change a verb to a gerund, we cut off the -er at the end and change it to -ia.

In English, the -ing can represent gerund but it is also present participle. In 'the working man', 'working' is the pp, so we should not translate it into 'varaia'.

  • voiagia essat uH poiteilia. (travelling is a pleasure.)

NOTE THAT NOT ALL VERBS END IN -IA ARE GERUNDS.

ParticipleEdit

Unlike English, there are totally thirty-two partciples in Asdhouian. These are the most common three:

  • flugus ahpaiiia (the bird which flies)
  • flugazus ahpaiiia (flying bird)
  • flugozus ahpaiiia (the bird which has flown)

There are also passive participles.

AdjectivesEdit

bonus
(good)
Normal Comparative Superlative
case/number Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Nominative bonus bonum bonùs bonùm bonissimus bonissimum
Accusative bonuZ bonumZ bonùZ bonùmZ bonissimuZ bonissimumZ
Dative asd bonus asd bonum asd bonùs asd bonùm asd bonissimus asd bonissimum
Possessive bonu's bonum's bonù's bonùm's bonissimu's

bonissimum's

AdverbsEdit

Adverbs are the most difficult part in Asdhouian. 

Person I You(sg) He/she/it We You(pl) They

voitî

(quickly)

voitò voitè voità

voitòr

voitèr voitàr
Comparison Normal

Comparative

Superlative
voitî voitì voitissimî

PrepositionsEdit

Compound WordsEdit

Sentence PatternEdit

QuestionsEdit

Normal QuestionEdit

IS THERE QuestionEdit

ClausesEdit

Noun ClauseEdit

Other ClausesEdit

Conversion of wordsEdit

MoodsEdit

Indicative MoodEdit

Imperative MoodEdit

Conditional MoodEdit

VocabularyEdit


No. English Asdhouian
1Iiia
2you (singular)ta
3heila
4weiie
5you (plural)te
6theyile
7thisvìs
8thatviàt
9hereen vìs tlaka
10thereen viàt tlaka
11whovis
12what
13wherevuit
14whenvehn
15how
16nothnohn
17alltotus
18manylotus
19somesomus
20fewfevus
21otheralius
22oneoHar
23twovigar
24threepensar
25fourqatar
26fivequintar
27bigmanus
28longlongus
29widevidus
30thickoan'kus
31heavyhevius
32smallpetitius
33shortaglakus
34narrownadus
35thinoinus
36womanvirohna
37man (adult male)virula
38man (human being)huma
39childfilia
40wifespèzohna
41husbandspèzula
42mothermatra
43fatherpatra
44animalanima
45fishoikua
46birdahpaiiia
47dogsqera
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