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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.

History Edit

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.

WritingEdit

Phonation Edit

The Hymmnolik language's phonation and sound is based on several language letter sounds and from the Latin script. The language

Letter Sound Letter Sound
a (ah) has the Japanese "a" sound. b
c has a 'k' sound when preceded by 'a'/'o'/'u'; 's' sound when preceded by 'e'/'i'. d
e (eh) has the Japanese "e" sound. f and v both have the same "f" sound.
g always has a hard "g" sound. h
i has the Japanese "i" sound. j
k and q both have the same "k" sound. l
m n
o (oh) has the Japanese "o" sound. p
ç has a 'sh' sound. r
s and z both have the same sound. t
u (oo) has the Japanese "u" sound. ā (aa) has an extended "a" sound with the "a" being repeated twice without, like the Filipino "aa" sound.
w x (ks) has a "ks" sound when anywhere, but when at the beginning of a word, it has a "s" sound.
y î (ai/ay) has the Japanese "ai" sound.
ä (ow/ao) has the "ow" sound, like in "owl". Can be found mostly preceded by "l". ã (ya)
ø (oi/oy) has the same sound as in "join"/"boy". ȅ has the same sound as in "aeros"/"air".
ĕ (we) has a "we" sound pronounced fast that the 'u' is nearly undetected when vocalized. ö (au/aw/or) has an "or" sound, like in 'hall'.
æ (ey/ei/ae) has the Japanese "ei" sound. å (ar/ar) has an "ar" sound, with the "r" part nearly silent. Only used to replace the "ar" sound if at the end of the word, between consonants, or between a vowel behind and a consonant in front.

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Emotion Edit

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.

1st Emote: Level of Emotion 2nd Emote: Emotion 3rd Emote: Desirability of Emotion
  • Aec- Trance-like
  • Ahi- Unwillingness, lethargy
  • Al- Fairly, at a balanced level
  • Bii- A little, a small amount
  • Ion- Very much
  • Kar- Presence of mind
  • Nay- Mightiest, the most important
  • Ral- Certain
  • Sit'lik- Unconsciously, unknowingly, unaware
  • Zn- Negation, nothing at all
  • Afa- Curiosity
  • Alva- Sympathy, empathy, understanding
  • Dinje- Determination, willpower
  • Elenyy- Knowing, anticipation
  • Haqi- Confusion, puzzlement
  • Ifmim- Sadness, misery, sorrow
  • Lapo- Discord, chaos
  • N'por- Anger, wrath, hatred
  • Prrhana- Purity, goodness
  • Rrhapea- Knowledge, wisdom
  • Sol- Loneliness, solitude
  • Tysela- Love
  • Yao- Shock, surprise
  • Yawa- Happiness, joy
  • Zyab- Regret, guilt, remorse
  • Cha- I want this to last
  • Haa- I want to honour/relish/bathe in this feeling
  • Iciku- I never want this to happen again
  • Ier- I want this to stop
  • Ji- I don't mind, I'm indifferent
  • Ka- I don't understand why I feel like this
  • Ni- I will devote my life to this feeling
  • No- I must destroy what makes me feel like this
  • Tari- I deserve this/this is my fate
  • Te- I want to die to escape this feeling
  • Wano- I want to die feeling like this
  • Ya- I must protect/help/heal what makes me feel like this
  • Zizi- I accept this upon insanity

Grammar Edit

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:

NumbersEdit

Like all dialects, this language has numbers.

Numeral Numeral Numeral
0 1 2
3 4 5
6 7 8
9 10 100
1000 10000 100000
1000000 10000000 100000000
Suffix Form of Numerals

Prefixes Edit

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
Adjective Modifer sh- la-
Adverb Modifier
Destination Marker
Direct Object Marker
Location Marker
Negation Marker
Passive Modifier
Reflexive Modifier
State Marker
Tool Marker

Time Tenses and Statements Edit

Form For words that end with a vowel For words that end with a consonant
Present Tense (No form)
Past Tense
Future Tense -she
Hypothetical Form
Desirative Form
Suggestive Form
Present Progressive Tense
Potential Permissive Form
Request Form
"required/must..."
Imperative Form
Conditional Form

Form of Cases Edit

When indicating possession cases in Hymmnolik, possession can be expressed in many forms, but it can be done without them. The owner becomes preceded by the object she/it/he owns.

[owner][possession/object/property]

Genitive/Ownership Case Edit

Isolated Form For words ending with vowels For words ending with consonants
Pronoun/Subject ownership
Normal Form
Conceptual Form
Reversed Possession
1st Person Singular (my)
1st Person Plural (our)

Articles Edit

Related 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.

Lexicon Edit

To see the list of words of Hymmnolik, please visit this page. Hymmnolik/Lexicon Page

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