| Name: Church Kihā́mmic
Head Direction: Final (occasionally initial)
Number of genders: 3
The Church Kihā́mmic language (Church Kihā́mmic Latin: Lố ȟāčónôsô kihāmatī́zô tářak, pronounced [ˈlo çɑːˈt͡ʃɒnoso kɪhɑːmaˈtiːzo ˈtaʁak]) is used primarily as a liturgical language and has no official status in in Kihāmát, the language is kept alive, however, by the liturgical use and there are a few people who are brought up as native speakers, mainly by intensively religious parents. Church Kihā́mmic is an inflected fusional nominative-accusative language, has two numbers, three genders and twelve cases. The language belongs to the isolated Panlaffic language family, indigenous to Kihāmát's eight islands.
Phonology and orthographyEdit
Church Kihā́mmic is usually only written in its traditional Panlaffic script but is also occasionally written using the Standardised Romanised Panlaffic Alphabet. For ease of use the Romanised alphabet is used below.
In Church Kihā́mmic there are twelve cases:
- Comparative (or equative)