| Goblonic |
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Classification and DialectsEdit
There are two dialects of Goblonic: Southern and Northern.
Northern Goblonic dialect has replaced /s/ with /ʃ/ in all cases, and nasals at the end of words are replaced with /ŋ/.
Southern Goblonic has /B/ as opposed to /b/, but only at the start of a word. Southern Goblonic’s /o/ has been entirely replaced with /ɤ/.
Glottal stops can only appear at the end of an affix. Vowels can only end syllables if there is a fricative or nasal at the start of the syllable. Consonants are always at the beginning of words. Syllables are either CV or CVC. Stress is always ultimate, unless the word is three syllables, in which case, it is on the first syllable after the last affix. .