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Name: Irisia

Type:

Alignment:

Head Direction: Final

Number of genders: 3

Declensions: No

Conjugations: No

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No Yes Yes No Yes Yes No
Nouns Yes No Yes No No No No No
Adjectives Yes No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns Yes No Yes No Yes No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article Yes No Yes No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


Phonology Edit

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Noun (Nunoni) Edit

In Irisia has a noun three genders: Masculine gender, Feminine gender, Neuter gender. Every gendes has it owns article.

Definite Article

Masculine (Omio) Feminine (Vimia) Neuter NNeutrié)
Singular (Sinier) Le La Li
Plural (Anier) vreis vrese vris
When Diminutive Singular(Bremier) Lei
When Diminutive Plural (Abremier) Leis


Indefinite Article

Masculine Feminine Neuter
Singular El Ele Ile
Plural unoi
When Diminutive unei

Nouns in Irisia has differint endings.

Singular (Sinier) (when) A (when) E (when) n/s/ier (when) t/m/l (when) o/ioy/u/oi
Plural (Atier) +ss +is +es +eis +s
When Diminutive A becomes +ies(é) e becomes +ois(é) +io +eisoi ne/na (gender)

Gender? Edit

There some things to what gender a word is.

  • If a noun ends with -oi, -é, -ioy or -u the noun is Neuter
  • If a noun ends with -en the noun is Feminine
  • If a noun ends with -em the noun is Masculine
  • All religions are Masculine
  • All titels of films/books/series are neuter
  • All names of companies, brands, names are Masculine, except elektronis company's like. Dell these are Feminine (Samsung, Microsoft, Apple, Nintendo, Sony, Nokia, are Masculine). Compenies with abbreviation names (ex. HTC, HP) are neuter
  • Every natural component are neuter, ex. water, glas, natrium, but also fabricc like coton.

Example Edit

English Irisia
man ome
stem om
gender Masculine
Singular Definite (the man) le ome
Singular indefinite (a man) el ome
Plural definite (the men) vreis omes
Plural indefinite (men) unoi omes
Singular Diminutive definite (the male) lei omies
Plural Diminutive definite (the males) leis omiesé
Singular Diminutive indefinite (a males) unei omies
Plural Diminutive indefinite (males) uneis omiesé

Verb Edit

Irisa has no conjugations. The time is given with the Avaria (Time Words). The Avarias have 5 time, for every time there are 2 sorts: Singulas (I/You/He/She/It) and Pural(We/You/They).

Personal Pronouns Edit

English Irisia
Singular First Person I Io
Second Person You Toi
U Cuio
Third Person He Noi
She Voi
It Se (Masculine and Neuter)
Soi {Femine)
one, you onoi
Plural First Person We Saoi
Second Peron You Icui
Third Person They Cuï


Avaria Edit

Time English Irisia
Present nous névri
Past rica ricou
Future (present) sepra seprou
Futere past evra evrou
Imperative Soi/toi

From Edit

Because a Avaria only give the time ther is a real verb needed. The basis rule is that the verb stays directly after the Avaria.

Basis Form: avaria+verb

Tense Edit

Isaria uses tense. The tense are divided in Present, Past and Future.

Present Tens () Edit
  • The Present Tense is used to refer everything that is happening in the present.
Past Tense () Edit
  • The past tense is used for eveything in the past where you can't use the Present/Past Perfect Tense.
Present Perfect Tense () Edit

The ppt is used to refer:

  1. To things that happened in the past and are still going on
  2. Ti events in the past that will never happen any more.
  3. To things that happened so long ago that the exact time is unkow (exampte A honderd year ago or In the Middelages}
  4. To things that happened never happened, but is talked in the past time. Example. Evening in stories
Past Perfect Tense Edit
  • The Past Perfect Tense is used for thing that happaned in the past, but longer ago then a other event in the past.
Future Present Tens Edit
  • The Future Present Tense is used in sentence in the future without a time indication.


= Simple Future Present Tens= Edit

  • The Simple Future Present Tense is used in sentence in the future with a time indication.

Participle Edit

Because verbs aren't conjucted the Participle isn't able to make by using conjucation. For this we place din for the verb and e/en(/ar)

Present Edit

The form: din verb en

Befere a noun use the adjective conjucation.

Example:The walking man = Le din siul enion come

Past Edit

The form:
din verb e

Example: The man have walked = Le come nous esti din siul e


Future Edit

Note:This could be used if you want, you could also use the other two instead in the future.

The form:
din verb ar

Example: The walking man will go home = Le din siul arion come sepra goi ven come


Simple Future Edit

The Simple Future doesn't use a Participle but this is the Future Simple Infinitive.

The Form:

Example: I am going to walk = Io sepra goi din siul es

Adjectives Edit

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Adverb Edit

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Numbers Edit

Number English Irisia Number English Irisia
0 Zero ser 16 Sixteen sién-sis
1 One en 17 Seventeen sién-vit
2 Two sin 18 Eighteen sién-et
3 Three tren 19 Nineteen sién-nin
4 Four quat 20 Twenty esin
5 Five fin 21 Twenty one esin-en
6 Six sis 22 Twenty two esin-sin
7 Seven vit 23 Twenty three e
8 Eight et 24 Twenty four
9 Nine nin 25 Twenty five
10 Ten sién 26 Twenty six
11 Eleven sién-en 27 Twenty seven
12 Twelve sién-sin 28 Twenty eight
13 Thirteen sién-tren 29 Twenty nine
14 Fourteen sién-quat 30 Thirty etren
15 Fifteen sién-fin 31 Thirty one

40 = équat


Sort Prefix
tens e/es
hunderds a/as
thousands i/is
ten thousends ie/ies
hunderd thousands ia/ias
milions eri
ten milion erie/eries

Pronouns Edit

Personal Pronouns Edit

English Irisia
Singular First Person I Io
Second Person You Toi
U Cuio
Third Person He Noi
She Voi
It Se (Masculine and Neuter)
Soi {Femine)
one, you onoi
Plural First Person We Saoi
Second Peron You Icui
Third Person They Cuï


Indefinite pronoun Edit

English Irisia
anybody/somebody


Possessive adjective Edit

English Irisia
Singular First Person Mine Ion-
Second Person Your Toin-
Your Cuion-
Third Person His Noin-
Her Voin-
His/It Sen
Plural First Person Our Saoin-
Second Peron Your Icuin-
Third Person Their Cuïn-

Adpositions Edit

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Dictionary Edit

> see Check out Irisia/Dictionary
English Dutch German French Irisia
the man de man der Man l'homme l'ome (le)
the woman de vrouw die Frau la femme la vrima
the child het kind das Kind l'enfant li conon
the animal de dier das Tier l'animal li felom
to be zijn sein être esti
to have habben haben avoir voir



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