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.
Description and History Edit
The letters are based on circular and intricate lines and geometrical shapes, and their creation was based and inspired by the designs of geometrical shapes such as circles and such. Also, like the Latin scripts, the dialect's letters consist both of uppercase and lowercase letter forms. It consists of 148 letters, 26 letters the normal original Latin script, while the others are in the forms of Latin letters with diacritics or as letter clusters. Raciela created the letters in this form so that they could "overlap" or join together at the ends in some form.
The first 26 letters are the original Hymmnos letters, and they were the letters from the scripts the Moon Chanters used for their Song Magic in their dimension. Long ago, a travelling Moon Chanter who was born with the unique ability of travelling dimensions came across the Hymmniel Clan in their dimension. Fascinated with their abilities, the traveller and the clan soon became close friends before the former had to eventually return to his home world. Before that, the clan taught him the gift and capability of the Hymmnolik letters, and how they could be used. When the traveller returned home, he research and used the information taught to him, where his research finally led to the creation of the Hymmnos script used in Ar Ciel. In honour of the clan he formed bonds with, he named the script "Hymmnos", based from the name of the Hymmniel Clan, in honour of them.
Letter Representation Edit
|Letter||Name||Translation of Name||Meaning|
Wave Representation Edit
|Em-Wave||Element, Earth, Fire, Wind, Air||N/A|
|H-Wave||Mentality, Spiritualism, Psyche||A black dot|
|Hz-Wave||Emotion, Connection, Aether||A curved line, usually 1/4 or 3/4 of a circle|
|N-Wave||Radiation, Destruction, Anti-Matter||N/A|
|P-Wave||Life, Vitality||full circle|
|S-Wave||Reality, Illusion||lines intersecting|
|Tz-Wave||Light, Aether, Solar, Fire, Heat||N/A|
|U-Wave||Resonance, Union, Link||angles formed by 2 lines, whether a curved and straight, or 2 straights.|
|Vx-Wave||Mana, Magic||semicircle, half (2/4) of a circle|
|Z-Wave||Law, Universal Energy||N/A|
The Hymmnolik language's phonation and sound is based on several language letter sounds and from the Latin script.
|a||[a, ɑ, ʌ]|
|å||[ɑːɹ~ɑːʴ]||A shortened form of 'ar', the letter is used only in areas between consonants as the initial or final of a word as long as it is between consonants, or if it is near a consonant positioned in the beginning or end of a word.|
|ä||[aʊ, ʌʊ, ɑʊ]||The shortened version of 'ao/ow', it is automatically used before an 'l' that is either preceded by another consonant or at the end of a word. Can be used in initial, medial and final only if between consonants in medial or at the end of a word, regardless of 'l'.|
|ao / ow|
|ae / ei / ey|
|au / aw|
|aer / ee / eir|
|î||[aɪ~ai, ʌɪ~ʌi, ɑɪ~ɑi]|
|ai / ay|
|dj / j||[ʤ~ʥ]|
|ds / dz|
|gh||[ɣ]||The sound of this consonantal cluster is described as being similar to a 'ck' sound.|
|ng||[ŋ~ɴ]||When positioned as the initial of a word, it is pronounced as a nasalized sound.|
|p||[p]||Has the same pronunciation as the English 'p'.|
|ph / th|
|[ʋ]||This sound is pronounced if the 'v' is preceded by an 'a', 'e' or 'o'.|
|[s]||This sound is used only if the letter is the initial of a word.|
|xh / xsh||[kʃ~ᵏʃ, kʂ~ᵏʂ, kʒ~ᵏʒ, kɕ~ᵏɕ]|
Extended Version Chart (Human Version) Edit
This is a list of additional IPA symbols used by humans in order to make knowledge of Hymmnolik pronunciation easier for them, but are not used by Hymmnolik.
|ć||replaces 'ch'.||ĺ||replaces 'lh'|
|ś||replaces 'sh'||þ||replaces 'th'|
|ţ||replaces 'ts'||ð||replaces 'dh'.|
Due to the fact that the Hymmniel Clan and their language is very emotional and open despite being complicated, emotions are included in the dialect. This sets the subject as first person (I, me) as default.
|1st Emote: Level of Emotion||2nd Emote: Emotion||3rd Emote: Desirability of Emotion|
Like all dialects, this language has numbers.
|Suffix Form of Numerals|
|Prefix Form of Numerals|
As always, prefixes are attached to the start of the word, seperated from the word by a ('). They can also be left as prepositions (isolated prefixes) before the word.
|Function & Form||For vowel-starting words||For consonant-starting words||Fact||Prefix?||Prep?|
|Definite Article||Singular||kw'-||pa'-||equivalent to the English 'the'.||Yes||Yes|
|Indefinite Article||Singular||yh'-||de'-||equivalent to the English 'a' and 'an'.|
|Partitive Article||prex||equivalent to the English 'some'. Not used much in modern times now.||No|
|Direct Object Marker||ir'-||le'-||Yes|
|Location Marker||yå'- [jʌːʴʔ]||ara'-|
|Source Marker||nil'-||nu'- [nɯʔ]|
|Tool Marker||ny'-||du'- [ɖɯʔ]|
|Passive Marker||es'-||re'- [ɹɛʔ]|
|For words ending with consonants||For words ending with vowels|
|Adjective Marker||-eled [elɛd̪]||-oz|
|Noun Marker||-eniz [enɪz]||-zile|
|Verb Modifier||-ily [ɪ̍ɭi]||-nir|
|Adverb Marker||-uluo||-puro [pɯː.ɹɒ]|
Time Tenses and Statements Edit
Like all languages (except a few), time is also defined in sentences.
|Form||For words that end in a vowel||For words that end in a consonant|
Form of Cases Edit
When indicating possession cases in Hymmnolik, possession can be expressed in many forms.
Genitive/Ownership Case Edit
[A]= Owner, [B]= Object
|Isolated||For vowel-ending words||For consonant-ending words|
|Subjective||[A] uin [B]||[B]-kio [A]||[A]-on [B]|
|Normal||[B] ye [A] /jɛ/||[B]-'je [A]||[A]-'ozu [B]|
|Conceptual||[B] kir [A] /kiːʴ/|
|Yours (Plural)||sepo [B]|
Related/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.
Neonova Note- A descendant of Hymmnolik, it is a technical and programming language. It was designed to create influence on machinery and technology fluently.
To see the list of words of Hymmnolik, please visit this page. Hymmnolik/Lexicon Page