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Alphabet and PronunciationEdit

Aa - Ah

Bb - B

Cc - S

Ċċ - Sh

Dd - D

Ææ - Ee

Ee - Eh

Êê - Yeh

Ðð - Th

Gg - Hard 'g'

Ġġ - Soft 'g'/J

Ii - Ay

Jj - Y

Kk - K

Ķķ - Ch

Ll - L

Mm - M

Oo - Oh

Nn - N

Ŋŋ - Ng (only ever at the end of a word)

Ôô - Ow

Pp - P

Rr - the English 'r'

Ŗŗ - the Spanish tongue-rolling 'r'

Tt - T

Uu - the 'oo' in 'boot'

Ww - V

Ûû - the 'oo' in 'foot'

Xx - Zz (as in 'buzz')

Word OrderEdit

Demiran is an SVO language. (Subject Verb Object)

Adjectives go after the word that they modify, as do adverbs.


There are 3 genders in Demiran; Masculine, Feminine, and Neuter.

Masculine Edit

Nouns and pronouns that are masculine normally end in æ(though, of course, there are exceptions). When an adjective is made masculine, it usually ends in o.

Ex: The red dog -> Undæ roto

Feminine Edit

Nouns and pronouns that are feminine generally end in either e or ê. When making an adjective feminine, it normally ends in a.

Ex: The brown cat -> Kette bŗuna

Neuter Edit

Nouns and pronouns that are neuter end in a consonant (always. There aren't any exceptions.) An adjective in its original form is neuter.

Ex: The new boat -> Bott now



Personal and Objective Pronouns are always capitalized.

SINGULAR Feminine Masculine Unknown
I/Me Ada Æ
You Je Jo Jôt
He/Him/She/Her/It Ķe Ek
We/Us Wor
You De Ôt
They/Them Keċ Kæċ Ekċôt

Possessive Edit

Possessive Pronouns are not capitalized, due to them being adjectives.

SINGULAR Feminine Masculine Unknown
My/Mine Mad
Your/Yours Jer Jor Jatter
His/Hers/Her/Its Ķer Kær Eker
Our/Ours Wêd Wær Woren
Your/Yours Der Dæn Ôten
Their/Theirs Kecer Kæcen Ekcon


The basic form of all verbs is STEM-il.

Present Tense Edit

First person STEM-i
Second person STEM-ic
Third person STEM-iŋ

These rules apply to both singular and plurals of first, second, and third person.

EX: to Dance -> Tancil

I dance/We dance Tanci
You dance Tancic
He/She/It/They dance Tanciŋ


Past Tense Edit

First person STEM-ol
Second person STEM-oc
Third person STEM-oŋ

Once again, this applies to both singular and plural.

EX: to Sing -> Pcallil

I/We danced Pcallol
You danced Pcalloc
He/She/It/They danced Pcalloŋ

Future Tense Edit

First person STEM-al
Second person STEM-ac
Third person STEM-aŋ

And, of course, this also applies to both singular and plural.

EX: to Think -> Cŗedil

I/We will think Cŗedal
You will think Cŗedac
He/She/It/They will think Cŗedaŋ

 Numbers Edit



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