Name: dimátágmigo

Type: Oligosynthetic (VSO-SVO)

Alignment: Nominative-Accusative

Head Direction: Mixed

Number of genders: None

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect

Classification and DialectsEdit

A language with only 56 semantic words.

dimátágmigo - Language

di(new word marker) má(self / I ) tág(action) mi(sound) go(world)

You can write the semantic words separately since they all start with "d"+ vowel marker, "di má tág mi go" is still language.



  • b,d,g,gl,h,k,kn,l,m,my,n,p,q,r,s,sh,sp,t,ts,v,w,y,z,' ,f
  • /b d g gl h k kn l m mʲ n p kʷ ɾ s ʃ sp t ts v w j z ʔ f/
Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m mʲ n
Plosive p b t d k kʷ g ʔ
Fricative f v ts

s z

Approximant j
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral app. l


  • o,á,é,i,u,ó,ey,u'i,é'a,uy
  • /o a ɛ i u ɔ ej uʔi ɛʔɐ uj/
Front Near-front Central Back
High i u
High-mid e o
Low-mid ɛ ɔ
Near-low ɐ
Low a

Writing SystemEdit

  • b,d,g,gl,h,k,kn,l,m,my,n,p,q,r,s,sh,sp,t,ts,v,w,y,z,' ,f
  • /b d g gl h k kn l m mʲ n p kʷ ɾ s ʃ sp t ts v w j z ʔ f/
  • o,á,é,i,u,ó,ey,u'i,é'a,uy
  • /o a ɛ i u ɔ ej uʔi ɛʔɐ uj/
Letter b d g uy h k é l m my n p
Sound b d g uj h k ɛ l m n p
Letter q r s sh i t ts v w y z '
Sound ɾ s ʃ i t ts v w j z ʔ
Letter f á a o ó ey u
Sound f a ɐ o ɔ ej u



Nouns cannot start with the verb marker "zá", may start with the "kó" marker.


  • (di)-qá-go : star (light + world)
  • (di)-kó-wá-go : Sentence (word + change + world)

Pronouns Edit

Prounoun Word [(*) - formal sounds] Meaning
I (Si/Tsá*)-Má-(uy) Self (Zero)
You (Si/Tsá)-Mápá Self One
It Sipá / Tsápá Subject One / Object One
We (Si/Tsá)-Má-(uy)-há Self (Zero) Plural
You(plural) (Si/Tsá)-Mápáhá Self One Plural
They Sipáhá / Tsápáhá Subject One Plural/ Object One Plural

*"Si" if Subject of the Sentence and "Tsá" if Object of the Sentence.

Cases Edit

Possessive, Naming and Foreign cases Edit
English Comparison Lands of England
Dimátágmigo Dádé England (Name Foreign: England) dóléhá (Lands of)

Nominative and Accusative cases can be used but are usually used only with formal speech and pronouns.

Word Case
Si Nominative Case
Tsá Accusative / Dative Case
Verbal Case
Du Instrumental Case
Genitive Case (preffix of the Object)
Naming Case
Foreign Word Case


Verbs all start with (di)-zá.

When a word like "pé" (towards) is used the object is before the tense if if it is just a pronoun.


  • (di)- záráspá [S] pé [O] nu[T] - to love (verb+emotion+good+[S]+towards+[O]+time+[T])
  • (di)- záre [S] nu[T] [O] - to have / to be / to be in a state of (verb+state+[S]+time+[T]+[O])
  • S- subject
  • O- Object
  • T- Tense

Tenses Edit

Tenses are put after the "nu" word in the verbs.

Tense Word
Present vó (start)
Future vén(continue)
Past kná (end)
Present Continuous vóvén
Past Continuous knávén
Present Perfect vókná
Past Perfect knákná


When it has a pronoun the verb word absorbs it into the formation of the verb.

  • I loved her : di záráspá má(I) pé sipá(Her) nukná

To form a question simply put the word "dizé" which means lit. "question" into the beginning of the sentence.

  • Did I love her? : dizé di záráspá má pé sipá nukná?

If there are more than one verb in the sentence, the tense is put behind the first verb that agrees with it, also the "and" particle to join clauses is not used in this language.

  • Di(si)má dinuvén dizáhi dizávó dizákubá ditsámápá
  • Di(si)má(I [subject]) dinuvén(tense future) dizáhi(bind) dizávó(initialize) dizákubá(input) ditsámápá(You object)
  • I shall bind, initialize and input you

If the subject of the sentence is also the object of the sentence we don't mark it nor repeat it.

  • Dimá dinuvén dizáhi dizávó dizákubá
  • Dimá(I [subject+object]) dinuvén(tense future) dizáhi(bind) dizávó(initialize) dizákubá(input)
  • I shall bind, initialize and input myself


Primary words Edit

Word go spi mil ni nu róg ku du
Meaning world emotion spirit motion water fire time space number marker interact human instrumental marker [Doesn't use "di" start]
Word wey bu spá myá hu vé'a
Meaning not bad good self / I neutral word more / plural feel / perceive empty change possessive marker [Doesn't use "di" start]
Word uy lu vén tsu kná hi
Meaning 0 1 2 3 start / source continue stop end combine size Name Marker [Doesn't use "di" start]
Word fu vu'i gli tág re mi mu
Meaning truth need full away action towards state / being light sound order Foreign Word Markers

[Doesn't use "di" start]

Word bey di shé shu zub tsá si
Meaning question marker new new word marker death life reponse color fraction object verb subject

Secondary Words Edit

All starting with "di" marker

  • qá-go: star(n)
  • má-tág-mi-go: language(n)
  • kó-wá-go: sentence(n)
  • spá-vó: Hello lit.Good+start
  • [mápá]-spá: Thank you. lit. You good
  • vó-qá dó-qá-go: East lit. Source+light Star
  • kná-qá dó-qá-go: West lit. End+light Star
  • wey-qá: Darkness lit. not+Light
  • vó-wey-qá dó-qá-go: North lit. Source+darkness Star
  • kná-wey-qá dó-qá-go: South lit. End+darkness Star

Colors Edit

  • gé-uy: black(n)
  • gé-pá: blue(n)
  • gé-lu: green(n)
  • gé-mi: red(n)
  • gé-pá-lu-mé: white(n)
  • gé-lu-mé:yellow(n)
  • gé-pá-lu: magenta(n)
  • gé-pá-mé:cyan(n)
  • gé-pá-uy: dark blue(n)
  • gé-pá-lu-mé-uy:grey(n)

Verbs Edit

If subject is not represented it means it is before the verb.

  • zá-re-[S]-nu-[T] [O] - to have / to be / to be in a state of(v)
  • zá-rá-spá-[S]-pé-[O]-nu[T] - to love(v)
  • zá-rá-bu-[S]-pé-[O]-nu[T] - to hate(v)
  • zá-wá-[O]-nu[T] - to change / to modify(v)
  • zá-hi-[O]-nu[T] - to bind / to combine / to connect(v)
  • zá-pá-hi-nu[T] - to combine into one(v)
  • zá-ku-bá-[O]-nu[T] - to input / to give a response/ to interact a response(v)
  • zá-yé-[O]-gli-[2O]-nu[T] - to separate [O] from [2O] (v)
  • zá-yé-[S]-gli-[O]-nu[T] - to separate the [S] from [O] (v)
  • zá-yé-[O]-pé-[2O]-nu[T] - to bring together the [O] to [2O] (v)
  • zá-yé-[S]-pé-[O]-nu[T] - to bring together the [S] to [O] (v)

Example textEdit

  • Now the whole world had one language and a common speech.
  • dinuvó disivu'igo dizárenukná diróguy dimátágmigo dihi diróguy dikózáku.
  • dinuvó(present) disivu'igo(subject full world) dizárenukná(verb state past) diróguy(one) dimátágmigo(language) dihi(combine) diróguy(one) dikózáku(word verb interact).
  • As people moved eastward, they found a plain in Shinar and settled there.
  • Diyóhá dizáyépénukná divóqá dóqágo, disipáhá dizáhunukná ditsálému dipé déShinar dihi dizáweyyéglinukná dilé.
  • (People moved+towards light+source star, they perceived space+order towards Shinar and not+moved+away space)
  • Hello, how are you guys?
  • Dispávó, dizé dimápáhá diyóhá dizárenuvó?
  • (good+start, question you+plural humans verb+state+present)
  • Fine thanks and you?
  • Dispáspi dimápáspá. Dizé Dimápá Dispáspi?
  • (good+spirit [you]+good. question you good+spirit)

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