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Name: Illigaun

Type:

Alignment:

Head Direction:

Number of genders: two

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect


Illigaun is a language similar to latin.


SettingEdit

PhonologyEdit

PhonotacticsEdit

In Illigaun there are 6 vowel sounds and 21 consonant sounds. There are also 5 mixed consonant sounds. They are: 'th', 'sh', 'ch', 'zh', and 'dr'. There are several consonant clusters too.

Basic GrammarEdit

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No Yes No Yes No No No
Nouns Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
Adjectives Yes Yes No No No No No No
Numbers No Yes Yes No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No Yes No No No
Pronouns Yes Yes Yes No No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No Yes No No No No

NounsEdit

Noun DeclensionsEdit

Declensions are important in Illigaun. They tell what position the noun in a sentence is. Other times the tell the preposition for the odject.

1st DeclensionsEdit

These declensions go on to the ends of 1st declension nouns. These nouns are feminine. The noun declensions on the far right are plural and the declensions in the middle column are singular. There are all of the regular declensions and then there are other declensions I have added. With these declensions there is little need for prepositional phrases. 1st Declensions are declined by cases such as nominative, vocative, accusative.

1st Declensions
nominative -es -os
vocative -es -os
accusative -i -ill
genitive -o -onir
dative -ietom -a
ablative -ietom -a
On The -ist -Onye
Into The -eth -Arr
Because of the -esh -inye


examples: singularEdit

nominative: errates- the land.

vocative: errates- oh land!

accusative: errati- the land.

genitive: errato- of the land.

dative: erratietom- to/for the land.

ablative: erratietom- by/from/with the land.

On the: erratist- on the land

into the: errateth- into the land

because of the: erratesh- because of the land

Some examples of 1st Declension nouns are

  • Arithes (Aer-ith-Es)- The Math
  • Lidexes (Lid-eks-Es)- A Book
  • Alkemes (Alk-em-es)- The Science
  • Torrapes (Toer-ap-es)- The Bird
  • adies (Ad-I-es)- The day
2nd DeclensionEdit
2nd Declensions
nominative -o -ey
vocative -o -ey
accusative -ir -ur
genitive -onor -i
Dative -un -ar
Ablative -ek -ar
On the -ak -amus
Into the -ath -aph
Because of the -ak

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Examples of 2nd Declension NounsEdit
  • Sutauno- (Sue-tau-Noe)- the ship
  • Ettano- The night
  • rivo- the man
  • sonasuso- the sea
  • do- the time
3rd DeclensionEdit
3rd Declensions
Nominative -un -or
Vocative -un -or
Accusative -un -or
Genitive -and -ike
Dative -id -ol
Ablative -id -ol
On the -id -ol
Into the -ith -adra
Because of The -ith -adra
4th DeclensionEdit
4th Declension
Nominative -ai -i
Vocative -en -i
Accusative -in -ot
Genitive -oi -oc
Dative -us -oc
Ablative -im -om
On The -osh
Into The -aktur
Because of The -irr
5th DeclensionEdit

VerbsEdit

verb conjugationsEdit

1st ConjugationsEdit
2nd ConjugationsEdit
Irregular verbsEdit

AdjectivesEdit

Adjectives act more like prefixes in Illigaun. Mascuine adjectivese always end in 'I' and feminine adjectives end in 'e'. Idea adjectives end in 'o'. Place adjectives end in 'a' and nueter adjectives end in 'y'.

The adjectives attach to the begining of a noun and use either 'a', 'i', 'e', 'o', or 'y' depending on the type of noun declension.

ParticlesEdit

In Illigaun particles are used to indentify which tense and action is. There are five particles. Particles are always used at the end of a sentence and that signifies what tense the sentence is.

he- going to happen in the future. When this word is put at the end of the sentence it means that the action is going to happen

Sri- present. When this is put at the end of a sentence it means that the action is currently happening

a- in the past/ already did. When this is put at the end of a sentence it means that this action has already happened

qued- later. When this is put at the end of a sentence it means that it happened later in comparison than the other action. It is put after the other particle that signals the tense of the main verb

meh- sooner. When this is put after the main particle it means that the other verb happened sooner then the other verb.

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