| High Bodic |
|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Classification and DialectsEdit
|Fricative||f v||ʂ ʐ|
|Flap or tap|
The High Bodic language uses 13 cases, Nominative, Accusative, Genitive, Dative, Locative, Vocative, Ablative, Instrumental, Allative and three which are unique to High Bodic, the Originative, Temporative, Purpotive and Relicative.
Originative: Used to indicate the origin of someone or something.
Temporative: Used in place of "until".
" Purpotive": Used to express purpose. Replaces where English would use "in order to".
Relicative: Used in place of "since".
High Bodic nouns are broken up into seven declensions. decline based on their grammatical gender and ending. The first and second declensions, -ya and -la stem nouns respectively, are neuter. The third and fourth declensions, -o and -u stems respectively, are maculine. The fifth and sixth, -i and -e stems, are feminine. The seventh declension, -a stem nouns, are indeterminate. The eight declension are consonant stem nouns and are usually indeterminate.
High Bodic uses 8 moods, the Indicative, Subjunctive, Conditional, Optative, Imperative, Potential, Hypothetical and Interrogative.
High Bodic uses 4 genders: the masculine, feminine, neuter and indeterminate. The default gender in High Bodic is the indeterminate, meaning that when the gender of a noun is unknown, adjectives and pronouns referencing it use the indeterminate, leading to all loan words being inderteminate.
High Bodic uses 5 grammatical numbers: singular, dual, plural, partitive plural and group. The group is a number used to refer to a large group of individuals who are acting as a collective, so for example a warband of warriors or a tribe of people would take the group.
In High Bodic verbs are conjugated depending on the letter they end in in the infinative. There are 4 of these groups, -i, -a, -o and -d verbs.