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Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Nouns decline according to...
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Classification and DialectsEdit



Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal j,er
Plosive lasguch
Fricative ba
Affricate vu
Approximant ya
Trill ler,
Flap or tap qua
Lateral fric. sechuy
Lateral app. teck
Lateral flap mujosuy


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back


Creating a language

Want to create a language? It can take a lot of work to make it presentable, but the results can be amazing. To make your own, decide what sounds you want, create words, and hold it all together with a grammar. (Not necessarily in that order.)

  1. Decide the phonology (sounds in the language)
    1. What sounds distinguish words, and which don't? In English B/P do (bat and pat) In Korean p and ph do (put/phut) while b and p don't. Many English speakers see the and de as the same and free and three when it comes to pronounciation
  2. Decide on phonotactics; which consonants go together and which don't? In English you can say "Spanish," but in Spanish the letter S cannot begin a word when followed by a consonant so it becomes "Espanish." Can you have consonants at the end of syllables? Not in Hawai'ian.
  3. Construct a grammar. (May be done at the end)
    1. Is it agglutinating, isolating, fusional or polysynthetic?
    2. If not isolating, what is its morphosyntactic alignment?
    3. Is it heavily inflected?
      1. Are verbs conjugated?
      2. Do the nouns decline?
    4. Are there different voices? moods? aspects? tenses (can be more than past, present, future)?
    5. Does it have nouns? adjectives? verbs? adverbs? particles? articles?
  4. Create words and/or roots.
    1. If you're also creating a conculture, think of what's important to them. There will probably be many words about it.
    2. How are roots derived? Semitic languages get the word for 'red' from 'blood.'
  5. How are things expressed? (English's "I am eating" and "I eat" are the same in Spanish and Swedish)

Use the input text below to start the creation of your language.

See Portal:Conlinguistics for more information.

Writing SystemEdit

Letter r r r
Sound r
Letter qa
Sound asc
Letter xdx
Sound x




Synt Edit


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