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Dehoĉen
Dehoĉen
Type Synthetic
Alignment Marked Nominative
Head direction Final
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 6
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Classification and DialectsEdit

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Palatal Velar
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p t k
Fricative ɸ β θ ð s z ʃ ʒ x
Affricate t͡ʃ
Approximant ɹ j ʍ
Lateral app. l

VowelsEdit

Writing SystemEdit

Letter Phoneme Allophones Name
A a /a/ [æ] [ɑ] Ai
B b /β/ [v] [b] Berq
C c /t͡ʃ/ [cç] Cerq
D d /ð/ [d] Darq
E e /e/ [ɛ] [ɪ] [ə] É
F f /ɸ/ [f] Forq
H h silent Seré
Q q /x/ [ç] Qarø
I i /i/ [ɪ] [j] Ij
J j /ʒ/ Jer
K k /k/ Kareø
L l /l/ Lorq
M m /m/ Meq
N n /n/ [ŋ] Naø
O o /o/ [ɔ] [ʌw] [ɛw] O
P p /p/ Perq
R r /r/ /ə˞/ [o˞] Reø
S s /s/ Es
T t /t/ Tor
Ø ø /θ/ Øerq
U u /u/ [y] U
V v /xʍ/ Var
X x /ʃ/ Xorø
Y y silent Arqy
Z z /z/ Zer

GrammarEdit

NounsEdit

Nouns decline in three different categories based on grammatical gender.  Nouns can take one of two noun genders -- Animate, Inanimate, and Abstract. 

AnimateEdit

Nom Acc Dat Prep
Null -ón -ód -ór
Singular -en -y -edy -el
Dual -an -a -ady -al
Plural -on -u -ud -or
Ambiguous -enj -ij -idy -il

InanimateEdit

Nom Acc Dat Prep
Null -án -ád -ól
Singular -en -e -ed -el
Dual -an -a -ad -al
Plural -on -o -od -ol
Ambiguous -in -i -id -il

AbstractEdit

Nom Acc Loc Instr Dat Prep
Null
Singular -an -en -em -emy -im -ony
Dual -as -es -éø -éøy -íøy -os
Plural -ar -er -er -ery -eri -eron
Ambiguous -aj -ej -ej -ejy -ój

PronounsEdit

Personal pronouns have forms in the nominative, accusative, genitive, and dative cases.  The pronouns decline to four persons (1, 2, 3, Oni), 3 numbers (S, D-Inclusive, and P), and 4 genders (M, F, N, Inanimate).  The dative case tends to follow less of a pattern than the genitive, the genitive less than the nominative, and the nominative less than the accusative, with the accusative generally being the most regular, as well as the base form.

Acc/Prep Nom Gen Dat
1S E En Ej Er
1Di Loj Lon Noj Nod
1P No Mon Noj Nod
2S De Den Dej Der
2P Ve Ven Vej Vel
3M Qo Qen Qaj Qel
3F Sa San Saj Sol
3NS Øeta Øeten Øetaj Øetel
3IS Ta Tan Taj Tel
3P Øe Øen Øaj Øer

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