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Caïalanga is a universal language spoken by babies around the world. Each baby creating its own lexicon, this one is a mix of about 20 babies' lexicons. Caïalanga is a subject-verb-object type of language. It is very simple and most objects are subject-attributes (with the verb "be")
Classification and DialectsEdit
All babies speak their own dialect of Caïalanga, and this one is based on more than 20 babies' words.
I have absolutely no knowledge with bilabial-post-alveolar fricatives.Edit
(Caia pa "b")
|Flap or tap|
|Sound||n||o||hug||p||kw||roar||s||t||a short w||v||a long w||x|
|Sound||see j||z||chocolate||sh||if||the french "an"||french "u"||
IMPORTANT: The Caïan letter "À" can be replaced by an "A" (the "à" is a specific pronounciation of French babies)
I chose to add an infinitive => -oi. Past and present are the same thing and the future does not mean anything for babies.
Babies have an inclination to use the letters "a" and (more rarely) "à". All regular nouns are ended in 'a' or 'à'.
mamà = mother
papa = father
ñaña = grand-mother
caca = ...Ahem. We all know what that means.
häa = cat
paka, pakoi = broken, break, broke
baka, bakoi = (be) hurt
mam, mamam'n = eat
aoa / aua, ao'oi = kiss
Exclamations (very useful)Edit
"Aio ! " = "Hello ! " (on the telephone)
"Ca(ï)a!" = "Look ! "
"Dzicha ! " = "Oh, no !"
"Ba !? " = "Where is it / are they ?"
pa = not, neither, never, nor
cala = only
a = and
Pa mamà, pa papa, cala Caia a Aia!
Papa, mamà, Ba !