The Goro-Vetrian langauge is a South Iroquois language in construction, mainly taken from Cherokee. Its grammar is much hard; it uses Latin letters and, in religious/tradition cases it uses the Woyeni handwriting.


GoroVetrian alphabet

Woyeni Alphabet.

GoroVetrian Numbers

Woyeni Numbers.

Goro-Vetrian letters IPA
A a
K k
D d
E e
G g
X x
I i
Ï y
J j
L l
N n
O o
P p
R r
S s
T t
U u
W w
Z z

Goro-Vetrian has two ligatures too: LX Lx lx ɬ

and PH Ph ph f


  Labial Dental Alveolar Palatal Dorsal Velar
plain Lateral
Stop p b   t d     k g  
Fricative s z ɬ x
Nasal m   n      
Trill     r        
Approximant       l j  
  Front Back
unrounded rounded
Close i u
Close-mid e o
Open-mid ɛ  ɔ
Open ä (a)

Personal PronounsEdit

Goro-Vetrian pronouns are almost the same as the pronouns found in all Slavic langauges.

English Goro-Vetrian
I Ai
You (informal) Nex
He Nazgi
She Nazgie
It Neg
You (Plural/Polite) Nexo
They An


  • When a sentence has ONLY the verbs "To Be" and "To Have", it's mandatory to add a "-" between the pronoun and the verb.
    • Example: An-ukwa dekanespigiod (They are musicians.)
  • To make a name plural, add "-od" at the end.
  • Goro-Vetrian does not care about the adjective's gender.
  • Unlike Cherokee, Goro-Vetrian is a SVO language.

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