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Name: Cszyhrvasque(English)-Cszyhrvaqõ(Cszyhrvasque)

Type: Slovamance

Alignment:

Head Direction:

Number of genders: Yes

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes No
Nouns Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No Yes No No No No 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


Setting/SvetemoEdit

Cszyhrvasque or Cszyhrvak pronounced (Shuhr-vawsk / Shuhr-vahk) in english, is a medium-highly inflected language. With cases on nouns,pronouns,verbs,and adjectives. It is Slovamance language with orgins in both Romance and Slavic trees. Spanish, French, Italian, Catalan, Portuguese, Russian, Czech, Slovak, Serbian, Polish and english words, including a few japanese words have been adopted and made into this language. However the grammar is mostly that of Slavic-Germannic, and the spelling is most definently romantic. Her grammar is relatively easy to learn an master. It is Related to Eslovatian but is it's successor, Cszyhrvak has a somewhat flexible speaking pattern. And can reduce long sentences in english to short ones. The Cases are easy to learn and remember, but theres many. Study time can differ from person to person. But it should be alot easier to maaster than other languages. I am hoping to see people wanting to speak this language. I will soon be translating music and books into it. And will post them on various sites. As well a language course will soon be developed and displayed on here. So far my work has produced a few thousand words and is still growing, eventually I will make an online dictionary, and eve submit it to some sites like wikipedia. All this is to Break down the language so learners can learn it. Mi nadaño ti ves pronaczis esto lingva veczy fice!

Phonology/ FonolozhiaEdit

PhonotacticsEdit

Basic Grammar/ Grammatiko BaseqiEdit

Cszyhrvasque Grammer is easy if you can get around the cases. The tables and rules you will learn must be studied and known.


English Equivalent Cszyhrvyk(Cszyhrvasque) Sounds(IPA) Names of letters Examples in English
A Aa ɑː Ah Father
B Bb b Beh Bat
Ch Cz cz Cheh Chair
Ts Cc ts Tseh Cats
D Dd d Deh Dad
E Ee ɛ Eh Exit
Ye Eh eh Yeh Yes
F Ff f Ehf For
G Gg g Geh Go
H Hh h Atsa Hello
EE(Long e) Ii ee Meet
J Gh gh Jeh Gym
K Kk k Keh Kill
L Ll l ehl Lion
M Mm m ehm Madam
N Nn n ehn No
Ny Ñ ñ nj ehnya niño
O (long o) Oo Oh Moat,boat
P Pp p Peh Pen
Kh Qq x Khah Cossack, loch
R Rr r ehr Run
R(rolled) Rh rh ? ehrr Burrito(spanish)
S Ss s seh See
Sh Sz sz ʃ sheh Ship
T Tt t teh Toe
U(like in boot) Uu ʊ oo Book
V Vv v veh Van
W LL ll w dobehl Wolf
SK Xx sx Skeh skate, basque
Y Jj j ee dvach You
Ih Yy ɪ ee trikach sit
Z Zz z zeh Zebra
ZH Zç zç ʒ zheh Pleasure
Sch Ch ch ʃ shah Chef
Ya à ã ja ya Yak
S Ç ç s dvach seh mess
V Ww v Doba veh Viking

DigraphsEdit

English Equivalent(as in how they sound in english) Cszyhrvasque
Sh like in ship Sz
Sch Ch
Ch like in chimp Cz
"oo" like in boot ou
yew like in you iu
ow au
wa ua
w ll
ee ui

VerbsEdit

The verb Lubat means "to love", Mi is the pronoun"I". Everything in the table below will be demonstrated using the pronoun Mi and the verb Lubat.This is to help you understand the conjuagtions that go with the verbs.

Category: Infinitive Present Past Future Conditional Commandative(jus) Announcable Past Continuitive Possiblative Currently active Sudden Continuitive(Still doing it)

Endings:

-at

-año -ada -is -u -er -um -aju/-aiu -ant -amo -jez -iteh/-itje

Words:


Lubat

Lubaño

Lubada

Lubis Lubu Luber Lubum Lubaju Lubant Lubamo Lubjez Lubitje

Translation:

To love

Love/Loves Loved Will love Would love Love! love! loved since... Could love Loving suddenly loved Still loves
Example Mi lubaño Mi lubada Mi lubis Mi lubu Luber! Ago Lubum es...(Long love the...) Mi Lubaju.. Mi lubant Mi Lubamo(I am Loving) Mi lubjez Mi lubitje(I still love)



This is the table. All verbs are conjugated this way, what is unique about Cszyhrvasque is that it contains really no Irregular verbs. This helps it be smooth, and less confusing. As well you've learned some sentence fragments. So now why dont we move on to Nouns and Pronouns.

Nouns and PronounsEdit

Nouns and pronouns conjugate as well but in a few ways. Here is the table for Pronouns and their different forms.

English Regular Pronouns Accusative Possesive Male Possesive Female
me|my Mi Mi Moj Moja
you|your Vouçe Vo Voj Voja
him,her,it| His,her, it's Don,Dona,Eto

Le,la,go

Doj,Donoj,Etoj N/A
us| our Nam Ne Noj Noja
You(pl)| your(pl) Ti Te Toj N/A
them| their Ilo Lo Iloj Iloja

All nouns conjugate by gender, and by number. A male noun will end in -o while a female -a, and a nueter can end in a consanant.

For plural however, all male nouns end in -on, and female -en...as for the nueters, they take -en.

Noun(English) Male Female Nueter Male Plural Female Plural Nueter Plural
Dog Mudo Muda n/a mudon muden n/a
Forest n/a n/a forrest n/a n/a forresten
Village n/a Vica n/a n/a Vicen n/a


All nouns follow this as well, once again to keep it simple.


To say You should do somethingEdit

Now that you've learned the pronouns, you can learn how to say you should do something.Instead of using a completely different ending to a verb, to say "I should know" you say "Mi znader".Look familiar?, adding a pronoun to the commandative case, makes it turn into the "Should" case.

Adjectives Edit

Adjectives are rather simple in conjugations, they agree however only in plural with the noun theyre describing.

All adjectives end in -e, so for example. The Red House, Domo krazne. And in plural. The red houses, Domon kraznim. When an adjective is describing a plural noun you add -m. When forming a sentence fragment that involves an adjective and noun, theres 2 ways you can put them together. here are the layouts. N-A, N-LV-A. Domo Krazne, Domo na Krazne. The first way or N-A is most common. Though the use of the third is also common on certain subjects. But it is prefereble that the N-A format is used. Always put the adjective after the noun it is describing.

Diacrits and their UsesEdit

Cszyhrvasque does have articles, they are used to help pronounce a word. Where an article is can decide on how the word is spoken. An example is bot. Though not a word in Cszyhrvasque this would be pronounced (boht). But if you add an article on the o it becomes bót. This would be pronounced (Bawt). Here is a table of Diacrits and what they do.

Original Sound (not IPA) New Sound(not IPA) Sounds like..
A ahw á ah bat
O Oh ó aw bot
E eh or ay(see below) é ay mate
Y Ih ý ee meet
U oo ú uh nut
A ahw â ai bite
E eh ê yeh yet
U oo û yu you
O oh ô oi boy

Most of the usage for diacrits has basically disappeared as it seems theres no need for them anymore. Except for foreign words.

Special PronounsEdit

1:Zdruvet

2:Zdruvet

1:Kak vouce delaño?

2:Dase, i vi?

1:Dase, chto vouce delaño?

2:Mi begamo

1:Mi vizaño

2:Do, dasût!

You may have noticed the sentence, Dase, i vi?. This is a special case, if someone asks you a question you can respond with a question using the original pronouns or using the Returnitive Case. It lets anyone else around you know that you are specifically talking to that person who asked or talked to you first. You also use these is you know the person and they are a friend, the Ilo version is used as well if your talking about them. But thats it, it cant be used that way in other pronoun. Here are the Special Cases for pronouns.

I-mi Vouçe-vi Don,Donã, Eto- Di, Doni, Eti Nam-Ni Ti-ti Ilo- Eli

The AccusativesEdit

One case in Cszyhrvasque that is very important to know is the Accusative or "Receivative". It allows you to speak with shorter sentences and eliminates the use of the word "for" etc. Basically when ever something is receiving an action or object it conjugates into this case, one easy way to know what to conjugate is to look for the word "for" in english. For example to say "It is for my dog" would look like this, "Eto moi mudos" which in literal english says "It my dog" but since dog(mudo) is assumed to be male, it ends in -os, this eliminates you having to use both is and for, because It lets you know youre talking about whatever it is, my lets you know its my dog and the conjugated dog form lets you know it is for my dog.

If you have more than one object receiving something then you conjugate them all, example."I am making a stick for my dog" goes to "Mi midamo zdyczas moi mudos" in literal english it says "I making stick my dog". But it makes sense in cszyhrvasque, because of the conjugations. Now however heres the table for both singular and plural along with genders using the noun dog and forest for the nueter, all nouns will conjugate this way.

Singular Plural
Male Mudos Mudons
Female Mudas Mudan
Nueter Forrestes Forrestin


How to form a negative sentence, the use of nieEdit

To form a negative sentence is relatively easy, you can do it by simply adding the word nie in front of the verb. For example to say "I want paper" you say "Mi pllowaño paparo".Now to say you don't want paper you say "Mi nie pllowaño paparo".Simple isn't it? just add nie.


AdverbsEdit

Adverbs are also easy to do in Cszyhrvasque, for example. Kato means cat, but to say something is cat-like you say Kati. Drop an ending and add an -i to make adverbs, Especially becomes Speci. Partly becomes Departi, Dog-like becomes Mudi.

Dictionary/ DikcõnarioEdit


No. English Cszyhrvasque/Cszyhrvak
1IMi
2you (singular)Vouce
3heDon
4weNam
5you (plural)Ti
6theyIlo
7thisCa
8thatEstot
9hereGdiet
10thereSka
11whoKto
12whatChto
13whereGdie
14whenKuan
15howKak
16notNie
17allVes
18manyMolta
19someParsu
20fewLizd
21otherMes
22oneOdin
23twoDva
24threeTrik
25fourKorska
26fivePovema
27bigGrandi
28longAge
29wideVurdhe
30thickDycze
31heavyRove
32smallPide
33shortSordhe
34narrowEstrete
35thinPrime
36womanDesa
37man (adult male)Deso
38man (human being)Humano
39childTodo
40wifeMusza
41husbandMuszo
42motherMat
43fatherPadrat
44animalZana
45fishPia
46birdOrno
47dogMudo
48louseLuco
49snakeSerpenca
50wormVozna
51treeVasq
52forestForrest
53stickZdycza
54fruitFruda
55seedSzedha
56leafKomo
57rootRudha
58barkKork
59flowerRosima
60grassÇespedo
61ropeRopa
62skinEpista
63meatNodha
64bloodBludha
65boneOsito
66fatGorode
67eggEgg
68hornBuhrof
69tailDauzja
70featherVodeza
71hairPiezo
72headNaga
73earOro
74eyeOzo
75noseNiz
76mouthStoma
77toothDuda
78tongueJazika
79fingernailVausa
80footPoda
81legQama
82kneeKapa
83handDedo
84wingLling
85bellyStomago
86gutsStomen
87neckBrazo
88backMesto
89breastBriza
90heartKhoroca
91liverLiva
92drinkSedat
93eatJestat
94biteMarsqat
95suckPendat
96spitVomitat
97vomitBolgat
98blowSuflat
99breatheInzalat
100laughLaffat
101seeVizat
102hearEskoltat
103knowZnadat
104thinkPensat
105smellSentat
106fearFobat
107sleepDormat
108liveVibat
109dieMortat
110killPomat
111fightBacelat
112huntLovat
113hitBitat
114cutKortat
115splitSektat
116stabSztorbat
117scratchSkradat
118digSpelat
119swimNadat
120flyGlidat
121walkPasat
122comeIdat
123lieFybat
124sitSidat
125standSudat
126turnRotat
127fallTumbat
128givePrezentat
129holdGuidat
130squeezeKonstrat
131rubFregat
132washJepat
133wipeVipat
134pullEforcat
135pushForcat
136throwTargetat
137tieEmpat
138sewKosat
139countKundat
140sayDaligat
141singKantat
142playPlajat
143floatFlotat
144flowContionary_Wiki
145freezeIzçzçat
146swellEnflamat
147sunSola
148moonLuna
149starEstrejva
150waterVed
151rainNavja
152riverOsa
153lakeLaga
154seaSeja
155saltSalda
156stoneStona
157sandPejesvo
158dustadusta
159earthGhio
160cloudMiseta
161fogFjoga
162skyCielo
163windAeriz
164snowVina
165iceIzczca
166smokeSorbina
167fireBurno
168ashSendra
169burnInciendat
170roadBalivaro
171mountainMonita
172redKrazne
173greenFone
174yellowAgunce
175whiteBlance
176blackStele
177nightNokt
178dayDaõ
179yearGod
180warmKaleñe
181coldQolodne
182fullKomple
183newNove
184oldIde
185goodDase
186badMalite
187rottenKorspade
188dirtyFilede
189straightStrade
190roundCerke
191sharpForte
192dullIvarre
193smoothSuve
194wetVede
195drySeke
196correctKorrekte
197nearPropa
198farArra
199rightMdesva
200leftVsetý
201atU
202inDanz
203withme
204andi
205ifet
206becausePerdou
207nameImã


Basic Sentences and phrases for Learners / Oracjon Basiqen i Frahzen cjer LernistonEdit

GreetingsEdit

Hello - Zdruvet

Good Bye- Dasudien, Dasût or Dasut

See you tomorrow!- Vizisvi manõ!

See you later!-Vizisvitarda!

Good Day-Dasudien

Good Morning-Dasy Manã

Good Afternoon- Dasy Nun

Hello, how are you?- Zdruvet, kak vouce delaño?

My name is...-Moj(ã) imã delaño

Where are you from?- Gdie vouce daño?

I am from...-Ã dit...

This is my family-Ca moã familicã

This is...-Ca...

My mother-Moã mat My father-Moj padrat

My Wife-Moã musza My husband-Moj Muszo

My son-Moj syn My Daughter-Moã stina

My brother-Moj brat My sister-Moã sjestra

My Grandpa-Moj djeduszko My grandmother-Moã babuszka

My uncle- Moj tigo My aunt-Moã tiga

Questions-PreghuntonEdit

Upon studying Cszyhrvasque you may have noticed that it is primarily a SVO language. Which is true, but only to an extent. Most of Cszyhrvasque follows this order, but this order changes when used in questions. Upon asking a question, it is better to use the SOV format when asking short questions, such as Voça mudoje bytada? or You dog hit?, which actually means You hit a dog?. You will find this in poems especially, but however, questions can go in SVO or SOV order, if you choose to use the SOV order, it is important that you apply the recievative cases (-AS to female and -os to male nouns). If you use it right It will make sense either way. But if it is a long question it is preferred that you use SVO Instead but it can go either way. Also this will only apply here. How are you?-Kak vouce delaño?

Where are you?-Gdie vouce delaño?

How old are you?-Kundvo delaño vouce?

What is your nationality?-Chto voj(voã) naçõlando(a)?

Do you speak Cszyhrvasque?-Vouce skazaño Çszyhrvaqõ?

Do you speak English?-Vouce skazaño Anglisgo?

Where is...?-Gdie...?

How do you get to...?-Kak vouce idaño...?

Which way?-Pet pasa?

Can you speak more slowly?(I cant understand you)- Vouce parlaño mir lente?(mi vo nje komprendaño)

Can you repeat that again please?-Vouce vuparlaño estot poznan?

How is your family?-Kak voã familicã?

What do you do for a living?-Chto vouce robaño sou vibat?

Where do you live?-Gdie vouce vibaño?

What is your name?-Chto voj(voã) imã?

Some SongsEdit

Silent Night (Pace Nokt)Edit

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'Paci Nokt, Zcçali Nokt'

'Ves kalmi i enkare'

'Cerke no Virzca Mat i Todo'

'Zcali enifo, tende,Mede'

'Domer danz Zcali pac'

'Domer danz Zcali pac'



'Pace Nokt!, Zcale Nokt!'

'Pastron gazaño u viza'

'Slaven iditaño de Zcala'

'Zcali pozten kantaño Alluia!'

'Kriost, Savisto Nacaño'

'Kriost, Savisto Nacaño'



'Pace Nokt, Zcale Nokt'

'Ves kalme i enkare'

'Cerke no Virzca Mat i Todo'

'Zçale enifo, tende, Mede'

'Domer danz Zcali pac'

'Domer danz Zcali pac'

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