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Cêšak
Type
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Head-First
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Words of 1500
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Classification and DialectsEdit

Grammar and about 40% of the vocabulary is based off of Turkic Langauges, Semitic Languages, and some other Non-IE Langauges.

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial

Labio-dental

Dental

Alveolar

Post-alveolar

Retroflex

Palatal

Velar

Uvular

Pharyngeal

Epiglottal

Glottal

Nasal

m

n

(ŋ)

Plosive

p b

t̪ 

t͡ʃ  d͡ʒ

[c] [ɟ]

k g

Fricative

f v

s z

ʃ ʒ

h

Affricate

Approximant

l

j

Trill

r

Flap or tap

(ɾ)

Lateral fric.

Lateral app.

Lateral flap

VowelsEdit

Front

Near-front

Central

Near-back

Back

Close

i (i:)  y

ɪ

u (u:)

Near-close

Close-mid

Mid

œ

ə

o (o:)

Open-mid

Near-open

Open

a (a:)

PhonotacticsEdit

 Due to major vowel harmony and some minor consonant harmony, there are never any vowel clusters or consonant clusters. Although, up to 2 consonants can appear next to each other due to case(s), but both are pronounced seperately. Symbols that appear between ( ) are allophones. Symbols that appear between [ ] are still being decided as allophones or phonemes.

Writing SystemEdit

Letter

m

n

p

b

t

d

c/

jj/

ty/ky/

dy/gy/ǵ

k

g

Sound

/m/

/n/(ŋ)

/p/

/b/

/t/

/d/

/t͡ʃ/

/d͡ʒ/ 

/c/

/ɟ/

/k/

/g/

Letter

f

v

s

z

sj/š

zj/ž

h

j

l

r

i

y

Sound

/f/

/v/

/s/

/z/

/ʃ/

/ʒ/

/h/

/j/

/l/

/r/

/i/ (i:)

/y/

Letter

ii/ı

u

e

oe/ö

ea/ê

o

a

Sound

/ɪ/

/u/ (u:)

/e/

/œ/

/ə/

/o/ (o:)

/a/

GrammarEdit

NounsEdit

Noun Declensions (cont.)

Essive

-cce. as NOUN. This case is also used to change a noun phrase into a relative clause for subclauses.

Translative

-lecc. Into, Change, Transformation, NOT Movement NOUN.

Instructive

-sje. With, using NOUN.

Abessive/Exclusive

-sjiiz. Without.

Comitative/Inclusive

-sjek. With, together.


VerbsEdit

SyntaxEdit

LexiconEdit

Example textEdit

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