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Intergallactic (Volkspraak)
Ijntervöchswarts (Vöchsers)
Type Germanic/Scandinavian
Alignment Standard
Head direction Top Left
Tonal No
Declensions No
Conjugations No
Genders No
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
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IJNTERVÖCHSWARTS (VÖCHSERS)Edit

Root > North Germanic

Origin > Old Vöxek

Country > Northern Kingdom

Classification and DialectsEdit

Vöchsers is a North Germanic, more specifically a Germanic-Scandinavian language, not only based in Vöxek, but being the actual Post Modern evolution phase of it. Vöchsers should be easy to learn to people who speak one or more Scandinavian languages and one or more Germanic languages. It's easy to master it if the speaker is yet fluent in one or more Romance languages and has notions of Celtic/Gaelic script. Old Norse/Old English is a plus.

Main Dialects (from South to North) -

Bræbanders (South of Northern Nederholland)

Noord Hollanders (Northern Nederholland)

General Flemish (Belgium)

Draghenbræghs (Southern part of Noordbræghs Bellenbloem) - STANDARD (VS NB)

Darranders (Southwest of Noordbræghs Bellenbloem) - Widely spread (VS SWNB)

Verstöuwers (Southeast Noordbræghs Bellenbloem and South Norway/North of Northern Denmark)

Northern German/Hamburgers (Northern Germany)

Vöchsers English (General English Accent)

Northwest Bretten (UK)

South Bretten/Londoners (UK)

General Scotlanders (Scotland)

West Scotlanders (Scotland)

West Ierelandts (Ireland)

Duuwmhellens (Ireland)

Kardivers (Wales)

Købbenhouwns (Northern Denmark)

Northern Danish (North of Northern Denmark)

General Storkzolmers (Sweden)

Central Noordbræghs Bellenbloem (Noordbræghs Bellenbloem)

Noordbræghs (Southeast Norway and Centrewest Noordbræghs Bellenbloem)

Hurwanners-Klootdömers (Centrenorthern Noordbræghs Bellenbloem) (VS HKNB)

Top Bræghs (High Lands Northeast Noordbræghs Bellenbloem)

Northwestern Noordbræghs Bellenbloem (Noordbræghs Bellenbloem)

Noordijsers-Houwstoners (Extreme Northeast Noordbræghs Bellenbloem) (VS NHNB)

General Ijslanders (Iceland, Faroe and Extreme North Noordbræghs Bellenbloem)

Phonology

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Alveolo-palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n ɲ*
Plosive p b d̥θᶿ t t̚* d d̥* dʔ* tɧ* ʂc c cʂ k ʔ
Fricative f θˠ z ʂ ʐ j ʃˠ* x ɣʀ χ*
Affricate p̪f kʑ kɰ* ħʰɧ h ɦ*
Approximant ɸˠ βʷ ʋ ð ɹ ɻ ɰ* ʁ
Trill ʀ ʜʢ
Flap or tap ⱱ* ɾ
Lateral fric.
Lateral app. l ɫ ʟ*
Lateral flap

VowelsEdit

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i y
Near-high ɪ ʏ ɯ̽* ʊ
High-mid e ø ɘ o
Mid ə ɤ̞*
Low-mid ɛ œ ɐ* ʌ ɔ*
Near-low aʱˤ
Low æ ä* ɒ ɒ͂

PhonotacticsEdit

Writing System Edit

Vowel a æ å e ë i o ø ö oe u
Sound ɑ a õ ɛ/ə i o ø ɤ̞ œ ʏ
Vowel ie ö ÿ ï
Sound ɪ ɤ̞ ɔi äʏ
schørdt/loon (diephtonen)

a/aa (ɑ/ɘɑ)

e/ee (e/eĭ)

o/oo (ᴐ/oʊ)

u/uu (ʏ/y:)

GrammarEdit

Present Tense Edit

TO BE = BENEN

Pronoun Conjugation
Eek ben
Díe benst
Jee/Hee/Zee bent
Wee benen
Jenen benen
Díen benen
Dee benen

Continuum Edit

verb stem + endt

Ex: wart - wartendt ; wÿssen - wÿssendt

Past Tense Edit

verb stem + edt

TO RUN = SPREEUWNEN

Pronoun Conjugation
Eek spreeuwedt
Díe spreeuwedt
Jee/Hee/Zee spreeuwedt
Wee spreeuwendt
Jenen spreeuwendt
Díen spreeuwendt
Dee spreeuwendt

Participle Past Perfect Edit

Subj + have + fillers (time, manner, place) + participle

Participle = ghe + verbs stem + dt

Eek hët deze morghens klokken 1030 nër de kzört ghewerraardt.

I have this morning hour 10:30am to the church driven.

Simple Future

Future Hypothetical

Passive Reflexive

NounsEdit

VerbsEdit

SyntaxEdit

LexiconEdit

Example textEdit

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