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Hymmnolik is the official language of the Hymmniel Clan of the fictional world Ari'Vecielm. This language is not used in songs, but rather in conversations and communications. This language is quite easy to use.
The language is a descendant of Ve'Cyel, the language of the planets. It was created to serve as a part of the Hymmniel Clan's civilization, culture and style.
WritingEditThe language's letters are very similar to the letters of Hymmnos. The reason for this is being of an unknown event many years ago. A long time ago, a Moon Chanter from Ar Ciel, who traveled dimensions, found the Hymmniel Clan in the Ari'Ve Universe, and found their letters and dialects. The Moon Chanter and the clan made friends with each other, and the Moon Chanter returned to his homeworld. In honour of the Hymmniel Clan, he created the letters of Hymmnos, which bear great resemblance to the Hymmnolik letters, as a symbol of friendship. Therefore, Hymmnolik is the ancestor of Hymmnos in simple terms. Hymmnos can manipulate waves, but the Hymmnolik letters are more advanced because they can control each waves with each letter, and their language is incredibly spiritual.
Each letter of the Hymmnolik dialect represents an emotion, object, concept or element. The letters were used as symbols to represent an element, and they were also used in Song Magic.
|A||Emotion, power of emotions, songs, Song Magic||Hope||Psychic, Psyche|
|H||Psychic, psyche, mind, spiritualism||Knowledge, wisdom||Spiritualism, Spirit, Soul, Anima|
|J||Society, people, world, universe|
|L||Light, divinity, Aether||Justice||Divinity, Aether|
|N||Chaos, destruction, disorder, discord||Insanity, madness||Darkness|
|Y||Time, 4th Dimension||Time|
|Ng||Has the Filipino "ng" soung.||B/b|
|C/c||Has a "s" sound when "e" is placed after it. Sounds like a "k" sound if "o", "a" or "u" is placed after it. Has a "ch" sound when "i" is placed after it.||Q/q||Pronounced nasally.|
|Ch||Has the Japanese "ch" sound.||S/s||(Normal/English Sound)|
|Th||When in the beginning of a word, it has a hard "th" sound, making it sound like "d". When in the middle of a word, it sounds like a soft "th", which sounds like "f".||Sh||Has the Japanese "sh" sound.|
|Ph||Has a soft "ph" sound, making it sound like "f".||Lh||Has a sound like "ly".|
|Xy||Has a "chi" sound||Br||(Normal/English Sound)|
|V/v||Has a sound that is between "v" and "w".||F/f|
|G/g||Has the Japanese "g".||J/j||Has the Japanese "j".|
|X/x||Has the "ks" sound.||K/k|
|N/n||Z/z||Has the same sound as "s".|
|Rr||Has a hard "r" sound.||T/t|
|Ts||Has the Japanese "ts" sound.||Y/y|
|Zh||Has a "j" sound.||W/w|
|Ps||Pronounced with the "p" being silent, "s" being vocalized, like the English "ps" and the Japanese "ts".||Ss|
|Kl/Cl/Ql||Has the same sound as the English "cl".||Sl|
|Cr||Pronounced as a fast "ker".||Kr||Has the same sound as the English "cr" sound.|
|Gh||Has a "j" sound.||Ds||Pronounced as if the "d" is silent enough to be mistaken for a silent letter. Sounds almost like a "sh" sound.|
|A/a||Has the Japanese "a" sound.||E/e||Has the Japanese "e" sound.|
|I/i||Has the Japanese "i" sound.||O/o||Has the Japanese "o" sound|
|U/u||Has the Japanese "u" sound.||ae, ey and ei (Ā/ā)||Has the same alphabetical English "a" sound and the Japanese "ei" sound. Has the same sound as in "air" if an "r" is placed after it.|
|ou and oe (Ō/ō)||Has the same sound as the alphabetical English "o" sound and the Japanese "ou" sound.||ie|
|ia||Is pronounced as a fast and sharp "ya" sound. Has an "ia" sound if at beginning of the word.||io||Is pronounced as a fast and sharp "yo" sound. Has an "io" sound if at beginning of the word.|
|iu||ai and ay|
|ii (Ï/ï)||Is pronounced with "i" being repeated two times without a vowel between.||aa|
|uo||Pronounced with the "u" part sounding like a "w". Has a "wo" sound.||au, aw and or (Ô/ô)||Pronounced like the English "or".|
|oi and oy||eu|
|ao and ow|
Due to the fact that the Hymmniel Clan are very emotional and open, emotions are included in the dialect.
|1st Emote: Level of Emotion||2nd Emote: Emotion||3rd Emote: Desirability of Emotion|
The dialect's grammar is easy like English. It is written and read from left to right. It can be expressed normally if the emotions are not part of the matter/subject, or if they are not important. For example:
Ih hyel (I sing) (I)(sing, to sing)
Like all dialects, this language has numbers.
As always, prefixes are attached to the start of the word, seperated from the word by a (').
|Function||Prefix for word starting with vowel||Prefix for word starting with consonant|
|Direct Object Marker||ok'||ke'|
Descendant Dialects Edit
Clusternia Note- The language is a descendant of Hymmnolik, and is used in songs. It features a wide array of many emotion sounds.
Hymmnos- A descendant of Hymmnolik, because its letter structures are similar to Hymmnolik letter structures. This is because of a Moon Chanter meeting the Hymmniel Clan millenias ago.
Neonova Note- A descendant of Hymmnolik, it is a technical and programming language. It was designed to create influence on machinery and technology fluently.
Ve'Cyel- Rather than being the descendant, it is the ancestor dialect of Hymmnolik.
Tenses are used to show if the action is being used/performed in the future, past or present. To attach the tenses, take away the first letter at the end of the word and then join it with the tense desired.
|For words ending with consonants||For words ending with vowels|
Example Text Edit
Ion elenyy ya hyeua qu'hyma (Feeling deep understanding, I want to sing my song)
To see the list of words of Hymmnolik, please visit this page. Hymmnolik/Lexicon Page