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Kax-atrian
Kax-asthahi
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Medial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 3
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Classification and DialectsEdit

Kax-atrian is the Wallia's language. It's a complex language and it's a planned fusion of four other languages: the Vöistcritören, the Flötcirtören, the Norbãaf Húnna and the Atrian.

The syntax and etymological have bases in Latin, in Portuguese and in French. The phonology may vary into dialects.

DialectsEdit

The north of country have an accent similar to Spanish. The accent are heavier and slower, it fact comes from the original region's language, the Norbãaf Húnna.

Two changes:

  • When /s/ occurs before a vowel in a final syllable, it is pronounced [z].
  • When /ts/ occurs before a vowel in a final syllable, it is pronounced [s] or [t].
  • When /f/ is word-final, it is pronounced [v].
  • In consonant clusters which the t or p is the second consonant and the first aren't l, r or h, only the t or p will be read.
  • Letter j in word begin has to be read as [d͡ʒ]

The center and west - most advanced than other regions - have an accent similar to French. The accent are fluid and so speed, the language changed itself to be more dynamic. It's so common the use of Mawtant, in counterpart, the plural is falling into oblivion.

Two changes:

  • When /s/ is word-final, it remains unchanged.
  • When /ts/ occurs before a vowel in a final syllable, it is pronounced [t͡s].
  • When /f/ is word-final, it remains unchanged.

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal m n
Plosive p b t d ɖ k g
Fricative f v s z ʃ ʒ x χ ʁ h
Affricate t͡s t͡ʃ d͡ʒ ʀ
Approximant j w
Trill r
Flap or tap ɾ
Lateral app. l
  • Allophony into [r] and [ɾ]
  • Allophony into [h], [x], [χ], [ʁ]

VowelsEdit

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
Close i (ĩ) u (ũ)
Near-close ɪ ʊ
Close-mid e (ẽ) o (õ)
Mid ə
Open-mid ɛ ɐ ɔ
Near-open
Open a (ã)

Obs*: [ə] and [ɐ] are allophone phonemes. The [ə] is commonly used on north dialect and the [ɐ] is commonly used on center and east dialects.

DiphthongsEdit

  • Vowels can form closing and opening diphthongs with /j/ and /w/
  • /j/ and /w/ are the semi-vowels

About this section: I'm sorry for letter's type mix

Writing SystemEdit

Kax-Atrian uses the Latin system and the auxiliary letters.

Latin to Center and East: Edit

Letter A/a B/b C/c K/k Ç/ç D/d E/e F/f G/g J/j H/h
Sound [a],[ɐ] [b] [s], [k] 1 [k] [ks] [d] [e], [ɛ] [f] [g] [ʒ] [ɾ], [r]
Letter R/r I/i L/l M/m N/n O/o P/p S/s Z/z T/t U/u
Sound [h],[χ], [ʀ],[ʁ] 2 [i] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [s] [z] [t] [u]
Letter Ö/ö W/w V/v Y/y X/x Dw/dw Dj/dj Tx/tx Ts/ts Ph/ph Q/q
Sound [u] [w] [v] [j] [ʃ] [ɖ] [d͡ʒ] [t͡ʃ] [t͡s] [f] [kw]

Latin to North: Edit

Letter A/a B/b C/c K/k Ç/ç D/d E/e F/f G/g J/j H/h R/r
Sound [a],[ɐ] [b] [s], [k] 1 [k] [ks] [d] [e], [ɛ] [f] [g] [ʒ], [g] 3 [ɾ], [r] [ɾ], [r],[χ],[ʁ] 4
Letter I/i L/l M/m N/n O/o P/p S/s Z/z T/t U/u Ö/ö W/w
Sound [i] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [s] [z] [t] [u] [u] [w]
Letter V/v Y/y X/x Dw/dw Dj/dj Tx/tx Ts/ts Ph/ph Q/q
Sound [v] [j] [ʃ] [d] [d͡ʒ] [t͡ʃ] [t͡s] [f] [k]

*1: [s] only before e and i.

*2: Allophony: [h],[χ],[ʁ] before vowel, word's beginning and word's ending and after consonants. [ʀ] after b,c,k,f,g,j,p,t,v,dw,ph.

*3: When is internal to word may be read as [ʒ] or [g]. When is the last letter it exercises the phoneme [ʒ].

*4:Allophony: [ɾ], [r] before consonants and after b,c,k,f,g,j,p,t,v,dw,ph. Allophony: [ʁ], [h] word's beginning and before vowels, [χ] before "iyé".

*4: The letters dw, dj, tx, ts, ph have a digraphs design, it's only a occurrence of language evolution.

Auxiliary letters Edit

The auxiliary letters are letters out of Latin system. They're used to identify the word stress (using rules). These letters will be found on last syllable. if one syllable was increased or decreased they must be eliminated.

Letter Ƃ ϟ ӄ ξ Δ φ γ jj hh rr ll mm
Sound b c k ç d f g j h r l m
Letter µ π Σ ζ tt θ χ Ϯ Ϫ Ϙ Ͳ ψ
Sound n p s z t v x dw dj tx ts ph

Digraphs and trigraphs: Edit

Digraph Ay În an Eu En ên ét in / im On Au ön öw hm
Sound [a] [ã] [ã] [e] [ẽ] [ẽ] [e] [ĩ] [õ] [o] [ũ] [u] [ũ]
Trigraph Átt Ëei ôtt étt aun ótt
Sound [a] [i] [o] [e] [õ] [ɔ]

Diacritics: Edit

This language doesn't use the diacritics for stress syllable, but, use for give some properties to vowels:

PhonotacticsEdit

Stress rules Edit

Cases:

- Words finished in vowels

- Words finished in consonant

- Words with two syllable

- Verbs

Legend:

Underlined: Stressed syllable

Bold: Rule's circumstances

More on VowelsEdit

Iát idsiµi Edit

Vowels and sounds with it:

            á – [a]

            é – [ɛ]

            í – [i]

            ó – [ɔ]

            ö – [u] (irregular designed)

            Property:

                        Vowels whose diacritic is the iát idsiµi will appear after or before other vowel and will form a hiatus:

Tonig idsiµi: Edit

            Vowels and sounds with it:

            à – [a]

            è – [ɛ]

            ì – [i]

            ù – [u]

Property:

Vowels whose diacritic is the tonig idsiµi will be in a stressed syllable, obligatorily. It commonly appears in third syllable (right to left).

Feξauen: Edit

            Vowels and sounds with it:

            â – [ə] or [ɐ]

            ê – [e]

            î – [ə] or [ɐ]

            ô – [o]

Properties:

                        When it’s on third syllable (right to left) these will be stressed syllable.

When it’s out of third syllable (right to left) these will only indicate the sound of vowel.

When one vowel with this diacritic comes next to other, it will form a hiatus.

The ê appears in last syllable to exercise phoneme [e].

Details:

            [ə] and [ɐ] are allophone phonemes. The [ə] is commonly used on north dialect and the [ɐ] is commonly used on center and east dialects.

Dratik siµi Edit

            Vowels and sounds it:

            ä - [ɛ] ou [æ].

            Property:

It comes in second syllable (right to left) and to avoid the repetition of e.

Tille siµi: Edit

            Vowels and sounds it:

            ã – [ã]

            Property:

It comes only in word ã, whose meaning is and.

GrammarEdit

Syllable with no vowelEdit

In some circumstances one consonant may exercise the sound of itself and more one vowel, when it occur the consonant will form a own syllable, which will be composed only by consonant.

Circumstances:

The c, before a consonant - except before r and h -, exercise the phonemes [si].

The h, before a consonant - except before g -, exercise the phonemes [ri] ou [ɾi] (allophony).

The f, before a consonant - except before r, l and h -, exercise the phonemes [fi].

The t, before a consonant - except before s,x,r,h, and l -, exercise the fonems [ti].

The m, before n, m or μ, exercise the phonemes [mi].

The n, before n, m or mm, exercise the phonemes [mi]

Words finished in vowelEdit

You must to see the last consonantal sound (left to right) and apply the rules:

  • The sound is represented by a normal consonant, the last syllable is the stressed:
    • Mar
    • Mohai
  • The sound is represented by a auxiliary letter, the penultimate syllable is stressed:
    • Solle
    • ttàw
    •  Bosӄein
    •  Ausirre
  • The sound is represented by auxiliary letter and the third (right to left) syllable have one diacritic or one digraph, the antepenult syllable is stressed:
    • Addvokàliӄen
    • Majìsterris
  • Finished in iyê, the penultimate syllable is stressed:
    •  Aniyê
    •  Amiyê

Words finished in consonantsEdit

You must to see the last consonantal sound (left to right) and apply the rules:

  • If these consonantal sound was part of a consonant cluster, whose second letter be l, r or h, the first consonant must to be seen.
  • The sound is represented by a normal consonant, the last syllable is the stressed:
    • Apsthait
    • Tethait
    •   Pisphat
  • The sound is represented by a auxiliary letter, the penultimate syllable is stressed:
    •   Parπat
  • The sound is represented by auxiliary letter and the third (right to left) syllable have one diacritic or one digraph, the antepenult syllable is stressed:
    • Màstarttad
  • Finished in iyér, the penultimate syllable is stressed:
    •  Percipetiyér
    • Feriyér

Words with two syllablesEdit

  • Finished on ê, the stressed syllable is the penultimate:
    •  Stiyê
    • Feriyê
  • Syllable with diacritic is the stressed:
    • Tái
  • Without diacritic, the last is stressed:
    • Maö


VerbsEdit

  • First and second theme: the syllable which have év, ô, ó, ëei or à is stressed:
    • Cöméssév
    • Promèógg
    • Cöméàsttan
    • Promëeiss
  • First and second theme: If it doesn't have év, ô, ëei or à the syllable which have é, è is stressed
    • méss
    • Promèg
  • Third theme: the syllable which have í, ay, oy or év is stressed:
    • Permoín
    • PermaynΣan
    • PermoynΣan
    • Permeyssév
  • Third theme: If it doesn't have í, ay, oy or év the syllable which have ey is stressed
    • Permeynn
    • Permieyss
  • Fourth theme: the syllable which have év, ô, ó, ëei or à is stressed:
    • Aizzév
    • Sarxissëei
  • Fourth theme: If it doesn't have év, ô, ëei or à the syllable which have i is stressed
    • Aizz
    • Sarxiss

NounsEdit

The nouns work as one substantive. It varies in number, gender, degree and cases. The cases are differed one another for substantive’s end, but, the plural of one declined substantive should be done after declension, using the common rules to pluralize themselves.

Gender Edit

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The language has three genders: the neuter, the masculine and the feminine.

It is neuter all nouns which admit only the article ê. The neuter gender is the most used in communication, because only a little word’s gamma has a definite gender.

It is masculine all nouns which admit the articles ö or . In some circumstances these may admit the article ê.

It is feminine all nouns which admit only the articles a or la. In some circumstances these may admit the article ê.

The neuter gender is used principally to indicate objects. There is a subdivision into the substantives, some noun will not vary the gender (Kontejaµi prass-matrien) and some words will vary the gender (Jaµi prass-matrien).

The words may vary the gender if:

  • Name beings with sex designate for by science.
  • Noun which varies from nouns that derive of sexed being (as professions, functions

and social functions, etc)

  • Noun which designate functions exercised by animals

NeuterEdit

Ê öwrr – The hour

Ê razí – the house

Ê estatto – the statue

Ê vassífê – the mud


Substantives with three gender’s formEdit

The biggest part of nouns will have three forms. The components of this group will be words which may vary the gender.

The neuter assumes a different meaning in these circumstances (in words which may vary the gender). In these the neuter won’t indicate one no gender word,  but just give a undefined gender to word, as it’s giving a range to think if the substantive is male or female.

Example:

Ê kat vastéôtt

In the phrase above (Translating: The cat died), simply the gender of cat (if it’s male or female) isn’t explicit on phrase.

MasculineEdit

Two form and special words:


First: The masculine should be form just using the article ö or before one neuter substantive, no modifying the word composition (most used).

  • Kat: Cat
  • Kat – neuter
  • Ö kat– Masculine


  • Màjistiyér: Master
  • Màjistiyér – neuter
  • Ö màjistiyér – Masculine


Second: The masculine can be formed adding the particle “-wo” [wo].

  • Kat: Cat
  • Kat – neuter
  • Kat-wo – Masculine


  • Màjistiyér: Master
  • Màjistiyér– neuter
  • Màjistiyér-wo – Masculine

When the –wo is in phrase, thesubstantive will accept the articles: o, and ê.


Special form: The masculine in special forms will be formed by the same word of neuter, the difference will be just perceived by article:

  • Aummê: Man
  • Ê aummê: Man (in neuter)
  • aummê Man (in masculine)


  • Gajin: Boy
  • Ê gajin: Boy (In neuter)
  • gajin: Boy (In masculine)
FeminineEdit

Two form and special words:


First: The masculine should be form just using the article a or la before one neuter substantive, no modifying the word composition (most used).

  • Kat: Cat
  • Ê kat – neuter
  • A kat– Feminine


  • Màjistiyér: Master
  • Ê màjistiyér – neuter
  • La màjistiyér – Feminine


Second: The feminine can be formed adding the particle “-wa” [wa].

  • Kat: Cat
  • Kat – neuter
  • Kat-wa – Masculine


  • Màjistiyér: Mestre
  • Màjistiyér – neuter
  • Màjistiyér-wa – Feminine

When the –wa is in phrase, the substantive will admit the use of the articles: a, la and ê.


Special form: The feminine in special forms will be formed by a different word (completely different word):

  • Aummê:Man
  • Ê aummê: Man (in neuter)
  • A frau: Women
  • Gajin: Boy
  • Ê gajin: Boy (In neuter)
  • A fraujin: Girl

In feminine, words in special word, admit the use of the articles: a, la and ê.

Substantives with one gender formEdit

These substantives have only one form and they have the gender designated by words man ([ˈmã]) and pheummi ([ˈfemi]).

It generally occurs with plants:

Lö fléç man.

La arbbo pheummi.

Some ords and neuter article:Edit

Some nouns have a special and etymological connection with the article neuter, same when they’re indicating gender and, someone inclusive disobeying languages rules.

Examples:

  • Frau: feminine
  • Fléç
  • Aummê: same when indicating

masculine gender

  • Krînce: same when indicating

masculine/feminine gender

  • Gajin: same when indicating masculine

gender

  • Fraujin: feminine
  • Matri: feminine
  • Patri: same when indicating masculine gender
  • Ãmá: feminine
  • Anpá: same when indicating masculine gender
  • Irméj: same when indicating masculine gender
  • Kopatri: same when indicating masculine gender

Irregular substantives genders:Edit

Some words have irregular gender formation also:

  • Fij: Son (in neuter)
  • Fiöj: son (in masculine)
  • Fiaj: daughter
  • Irméj: Brother (in neuter)
  • Irmöj: Brother (in masculine)
  • Irmaj: Sister

Nouns’ plurals’ formationEdit

General rules:

  • When the word finishes in a or o: Add a s in word final.
    • Kaurra > Kaurras
    • ArƂo > ArƂos
    • Metta > Mettas
  • When the words finishes in m, n or en: Change the m or n for ns.
    • Majohhen > Majohhens
    • Mehhem > Mehhens
    • Pahhön > Pahöns
    • Pesahhöm > Pesahhöns
  • When the word finishes in l or ll: Change the l or ll for ws.
    • Coπrel > Coπreö
    • Kayspattell > Kayspattews
  • When the word finishes in r: Change the r for hhen.
    • Baksar > Baksahhen
  • When the word finishes in ê, e, è or é: Add an n.
    • Ammiyê > Ammiyên
    • Libertte > Libertten
    • Pihhê > Pihhên
  • When the word finishes in ç: Change the ç for ξen.
    • Toç > Toξen
    • Paç > Paξen
  • When the word finishes in j, eror ér: Change the j or r for rren.
    • Fij > Firren
    • Majistter > Majisterren
  • When the word finishes in k: Change the k for ӄen.
    • Amok > Amoӄen
  • When the word finishes in x: Change the x for χê or χem.
    • Ikax > Ikaχê
    • Fakax > Fakaxê


  • When the word finishes in oen or ös: The penultimate consonant will turn itself into an auxiliary letter  and the oenor ös will be changed for ôe.
    • Ctoen > Cttôe
    • Ninphös > Ninψôe
  • When the word finishes in i: The word doesn’t change the orthography to plural.
    • Fenestti > Fenestti
    • Pestti > Pestti
  • When the word finishes in others ends: The last consonant (if word finishes in vowel) or penultimate (If it finishes in consonant) will turn itself into an auxiliary letter and will be added an en:.
    • Kommönist > Kommönisttem
    • Parapart > Parapartten
    • Eperînss > EperînΣen
    • Vit > Vitten
    • Mofiss > MofiΣen


Phenomenon of mawtatEdit

It’s the form most common to express the plural.

This phenomenon is when the number of a noun is determined for article or preposition that come together with it.

To this occur the articles and prepositions have to be in Mawtant Plural Number (A third number, beyond singular and plural, which exists just to articles and prepositions).

The noun maintain itself in singular and the verb too, the only one part of phrase which goes to mawtant plural are the articles and prepositions.


As, this phrase:

Ês komönist gardeinn öwθen dramma

Means the same that:

Ês komönistten gardeinnîn öns drammas

In formal texts it’s not used largely.

Compost nouns plural:Edit

General rules:

  • No separated with hyphen:
    • Follow the normal rules


  • Separated with hyphen;
    • When only one word is variable, just it goes to plural:
      • Estatti-ctá > Estatti-ctás
      • Têt-pintát > têten-pintát
    • When both are variable there are two options for all:
      • Only one goes to plura:l
        • Prass-matri > PraΣen-matri; Prass-matrien
        • Gajin-lithaiç > Gajins-lithaiç; Gajin-lithaiξen
      • Both will to plural:
        • Prass-matri > PraΣen-matrien
        • Gajin-lithaiç > Gajins-lithaiξen
    • When both are invariable or verbs or invariable + verb, the word will be invariable too:
      • Fenestti-sidahhi > Fenestti-sidahhi
    • When onomatopoeic word only the last goes to plural:
      • Tok-tok > Tok-toӄen
      • Tik-tak > Tik-taӄen
      • Rauf-rauf > Rauf-rauφen
      • Rawf-rawf > Rawf-rawφen

Proper Nouns’ pluralEdit

The plural of proper nouns is done how a common name, but an apostrophe has to be placed in final of plural word:

  • Nier > Niehhen’
  • MonΣí > MonΣí’
  • Raiss > RaiΣen’

Except when is a proper noun that indicates last names, surnames, in these cases the plural is formed with adding of ’en or ’s:

  • Lö Gaws > Lös Gaws’en
  • Ê Roên > Ês Roên’s

PronounsEdit

Gender definition:

Masculine: All things that science can designate as.

Feminine: All things that science can designate as.

Neuter: Things that science can't designate the sex, things that doesn't have sex or hermaphrodite animals.

The genitive case of personal pronouns works as the possessive pronouns and possessive adjective

EN Use Kommöntiv Dative-accusative Genitive
Singular Singular Singular
I Equal Mi
You Used into people with same social class Via VíΣi
You Used for a person with lesser social class than person who is treated by this pronoun. Vauk Vauӄa VóͲi
He Used to masculine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects Söd SöΣi
He Used to masculine gender and, generally used for north dialect Py Piya PyΣi
It Used to neuter gender, generally to east and central dialects Ey/Ei Eyd EyΣi
She Used to feminine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects Sad SaΣi
She/it Used to feminine and neuter gender and, generally used for north dialect My Miya MyΣi
Plural Plural Plural
We Equal Nöw Nöw NöwΣi
You Used into people with same social class Viyen Vêµia VenΣi
You Used for a person with lesser social class than people who is treated by this pronoun. Tol / Tauw Toiyê TôwͲi
They Used to masculine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects Súen Söµia SeuͲi
They Used to masculine gender and, generally used for north dialect Piyen Pyµya PyΣi
They Used to neuter gender, generally to east and central dialects Euyen/Euien Euµya EͲi
They Used to feminine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects Saen Sayµia SayͲi
They Used to feminine and neuter gender and, generally used for north dialect Míyen Myµia MyͲi

Other pronounsEdit

Demonstrative pronouns
EN Use Kommöntiv Dative-Accusative Genitive
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
This Equal Ti Tíen Tai Táen TiΣi TaΣi
That Equal Akéll Aӄen Akéllia Akeµia AkéΣi AkenΣi


Demonstrative adjectives
EN Use Kommöntiv Dative-accusative Genitive
Singular Singular Singular
This It doesn’t varies the number with substantive Ti Tai TiΣi
That Equal At Ait AiͲi
Reciprocal pronouns
EN Use Kommöntiv Dative-accusative Genitive
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
Each other Equal Itx autta Itx autte Itx auttaiç
One another Equal Ön aéttre Ön aéttra Ön aétraiç
Relative pronouns
EN Use Kommöntiv Dative-accusative Genitive
Singular Plural Singular Plural Singular Plural
That Equal Vöw
Which Used to feminine or masculine genders Qéd Qéden Qéd Qéden Qéd Qéden
Which Used to neuter gender Kéd Kéden Kéd Kéden Kéd Kéden
Who/Whom Equal Vöw
Whose Equal Cöwj
Reflexive pronouns
EN Use Dative-accusative Genitive
Singular Plural Singular Plural
Myself Equal Mi mêmm/Mhm Mömaiç
Yourself Used into people with same social class (Ví) Ví mêmm / vhm Vömaiç
Yourself Used for a person with lesser social class than person who is treated by this pronoun (Vauk) Vauk mêmm / Vauӄhm Vaukumaiç
Herself Used to masculine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects (Sú) Sú mêmm Suhm Suömaiç
Herself Used to masculine gender and, generally used for north dialect (Py) Py mêmm / Pyhm Pyömaiç
Itself Used to neuter gender, generally to east and central dialects (Ey/ei) Ey mêmm / Ei mêmm / Euhm Êömaiç
Himself Used to feminine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects (Sá) Sá mêmm / Sáhm Saömaiç
Himself / itself Used to feminine and neuter gender and, generally used for north dialect Miö mêmm / Myhm Miömaiç
Ourselves Equal Nöw mêmm / Nöwhm Nöenaiç
Yourselves Used into people with same social class (Viyen) Viyen mêmm / Viyeuhm Vienaiç
Yourselves Used for a person with lesser social class than person who is treated by this pronoun (Tol/Tauw) Tol mêmm / Tôw mêmm / Tauhm Tôenaiç
Themselves Used to masculine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects (Súen) Súen mêmm / Sueuhm Suenaiç
Themselves Used to masculine gender and, generally used for north dialect (Piyen) Piyen mêmm / Piyeuhm Pyenaiç
Themselves Used to neuter gender, generally to east and central dialects (Euyen/Euien) Euyen mêmm / Euien mêmm / Eyehm Eyenaiç
Themselves Used to feminine gender and, generally used for east and central dialects (Sáen) Sáen mêmm / Sáehm Saenaiç
Themselves Used to feminine and neuter gender and, generally used for north dialect (Miyen) Miyen mêmm / Myehm Mienaiç

SyntaxEdit

LexiconEdit

Ā: I- To (go to the beach); at (I will see you at 8pm) (preposition).

Ã: I- And (conjunction)

Abéj: I- Bellow (adjective)

Abôv: I- Above (adjective); example: I’m in one layer above you;

Aböwθär: I- Ship, Boat, Vessel (Noun)

Absolle: I- Off the ground (adjective)

Ak: I- Here (adverb)

Akronéj: I- Timeless (adjective)

Aktiînt: I- Verb (Noun)

Add: I- More (intensity adverb)

Adeizz: II- To establish (verb). III- To institute (verb)

Áègöllér: I- Irregular (adjective)

Áegölèg: I- To make irregular (Verb). II- To make random (Verb)

Áegölahitê: I- Irregularity (Noun)

Af: I- If (Conjunction)

Agöwrr: I- Agora (time adverb)

Awhhös: I- Gold (Noun)

Àr: I- Air (Noun)

Ark-març: I- Arch marquis (Noun)

Ark-döç: I- Archduke (Noun)

Arfê: I- Terra (Noun). Figurative: 1. What is firm, reliable, constant (adjective) 2. A trustworthy and friendly person (adjective)

Argein: I- To argue (Verb)

Argôζe: I- argument (Noun)

Arjjön-lînt: I- Argentina (Noun)

Arjjön-lantahhi: I- Argentine nationality (adjective).

Arjjön-lantig: I- Argentine (adjective)

Arteméj: I- Furtive (adjective)

Arteummi: I- Furtivity (Noun).

Ayîn: I- speech (Noun)

Ayét: I- To say (verb). II- To speak (verb). III- To talk (verb)

Aiz: I- To say (verb). II- To speak (verb)

Allê: I- All (Indefinite pronoun)

Antayîn: I- Contradiction (Noun)

Antaiz: I- To contradict (Verb)

Amehíӄa: I- America (Noun)

Amehíkahhi: I- American continent origin (adjective)

Amehig: I- Relative to America (adjective)

Ammiyê: I- friend (Noun).

Amiyéj: I- friendly (adjective)

Amìyon: I- Bosom Buddy (Noun).

Presizz: I- To examine, to analyze (Verb)

Analiss: I- Analysis (Noun)

Anciên: I- What doesn’t exist more: Ê anciênť kasthí (adjective). II- That was once great but is in decay: Ê anciênt Grací (adjective). III- Ancient (adective)

Aµiyê: I- Year (Noun)

Anig: I- Yearly (Adjective)

Antik: I- Old (Adjective).

Apênn: I- Only, just (Conjunction). II- Only, just (adverb)

Apsthait: I- Abstract (Noun)

Apsthaitéj: I- abstract (adjective)

Apsthaitèg: I- To abstract (verb).

Askax: I- Regent (Noun).

Atérre: I- Sterile (Adjective). II- Sterile (Noun).

Ateuµi: I- Knowledge (Noun)

Atenét: I- To know (verb)

Atenärre: I- Knower (noun). II- Knower (adjective)

Atau: I- Until (adverb).

PhauƂét: I- Alphabet (Noun)

Phaubetéj: I- Alphabetic (Adjective)

Auköjét: I- To nickname (verb). II- When impersonal is equivalent to expression “It’s said a” (verb)

Ausärre: I- Helper, assistant (Noun). II- Helper, assistant (adjective).

Ausét: I- To aid, to help (Verb)

Ausiw: I- Help, assistance, support (Noun)

Awt: I- Word high as in High Priest (adjective)

Awt-bîrgax: I- Bourgeois.

Axét: I- To think, to reason, to plan (verb). II- Spanish verb: pensar (verb). III- To find (verb)

Bej: I- Under (preposition)

Bejí: I- Low (adjective). II- Lowland (Low uses as) (Substantive). III- Short person (adjective).

Beját: I- Lowland (most used) (substantive)

Béwjig: I- Relative to Belgic (adjective)

Béwjjik: I- Belgic (substantive)

Béwjikayµi: I- Belgian (Nacionality)

Bézi: I- Base, operational basis. II- Headquarter (substantive) III- structural support (substantive).

Bét: I- To drink (verb)

Brakét: I- To break, to crack (verb). Figurative: To slaughter / break military forces (verb).

Brasilahhi: I- Brazilian (nationality)

Brasiw: I- Brazil (substantive).

Brasiléj: I- Relative to Brazil (verb).

Bîrgax: I- Bourgeois (Substantive).

Bîrgéj: I- Relative to bourgeois (Adjective). II- Relative to bourgeoisie  (adjective).

Bîrgetì: I- Bourgeoisie (subtantive).

Bauyê: I- Bubble (substantive).

Boiét: I- To bubble (verb). II- To do bubbles (verb).

Bausk: I- Woodland, grove (substantive). IV. Forest no so big and no so dense (substantive).

Boskein: I- To plant one tree – in special if the tree is an medium port tree (verb).

Bov: I- About (preposition). II- on, onto, up (adjective)

Bowθär: I- Ship, Boat, Vessel (Noun)

Boθwein: I- To overfly (verb)

Casét: I- To hunt (verb).

CaΣiyér: I- Hunter (substantive) II- Member of casatéren’s sect which prayed the society’s division in three groups: casiyérren, plabärre ã exilôrre; this society would be semi-equalitarian, but the exilôrren would be war’s slaves and just serve (substantive).

CarmeuΣin: I- Crimson (substantive)

Carn: I- Carnal desire (Substantive). II- Lust, greed and carnal desire demon in local religion (substantive). “Person dê càrn”: Bad person; a lot of pervert (expression).

Càrp: I- Dead body (substantive). Medicine: 1. Body used to study human anatomy (substantive). Figurative: 2. Putrefied person (adjective).

Cart: I- Document (substantive).

Casthí: I- Castle (substantive). II- Fort (substantive)

Cauzz: I- Cause, reason (substantive). II- Because (conjunction)

Càtaφormm: I- Sad (adjective). II- Crestfallen (adjective).

Catastatti: I-Sadness (substantive). II- State of crestfallen (substantive).

Cérµik: I- horn, antler (Substantive). Astronomia: 1. The point of lunar crescent (substantive).

Cratöwrr: I- Creature, being (substantive). II- All that have life – not necessarily of Animalia’s kingdom (substantive) Figurative: Used as “gamy being” until the creation of Phoenix Council .

Citoên: I- Citizen (substantive).

Círnê: I- Core (substantive). II- Pith (substantive). III- Heartwood (substantive).

Clauӄa: I- Clock (substantive). II- Instrument to mark time (substantive).

Claut: I- Clothing, vest (substantive).

Compartiw: I- Sharing (substantive).

Compartilein: I- To share (verb).

Cöwmét: I- To eat. Vulgar: To fuck (verb). “Cöwmét kîns’eien saummê”: desire – the saummê should be substitute by the desired object (expression).

Ká: I- Ok (Interjection)

Kat: I- Fire (substantive). II- Burning (substantive).

Katét: I- To fire (verb). II- To ignite (verb)

Karπóy: I- Carp (substantive).

Kax: I- King (substantive). II- Chief of a kaxahist govern (substantive).

Kàxenπlass: I- Kingdom (substantive). II- Country where the govern is kaxahist (substantive).

KrînΣe: I- Kid (substantive). II- Person aged into 0 to 13 years (substantive).

Kîmm: I- How (interrogative pronoun). II- As, how (conjunction)

Kîn: I- With (preposition).

Kanplét: I- To complete (verb).

Kanpostizz: I- To compose (verb).

Kansaund: I- Consonant (substantive).

Ki: I- Calm (Substantive). II- Peace (substantive).

Kij: I- Calm, quiet (adjective). II- Peaceful (adjective).

Kômm: I- As, how (conjunction).

Kôn: I- With (preposition)

Kontösîn: I- Consistency, constitution (substantive)

Khoµo: I- Time (substantive)

Khonéj: I- Temporary (adjective)

Example textEdit

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 1 Edit

English: All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

Kax-atrian: Allê aummê natx libertát ã eqiéj ni dinitá ã ên direΣit. Eien ravétt lojitînk ã consînΣa ã dein akt drefamiyê ön k’ôtta.

IPA transcripition to Center and East: ˈale ˈomeˈnat͡ʃ libɛʁˈtat ˈã ɛkwiˈɛʒˈã ˈni diniˈta ˈã ˈẽ diˈhɛsit. ˈejjẽ haˈve lɔjiˈtãk ˈã kõˈsãsa ˈã ˈdẽj ˈakt dʁefamˈijjê ˈũ ˈkota.

IPA transcription to North: ˈale ˈome ˈnat͡ʃ  libɛrˈtat ˈã ɛkiˈɛʒ ˈã ˈni diniˈta ˈã ˈẽy diˈhɛsit. ˈejjẽ haˈve lɔgiˈtãk ˈã kõˈsãza ˈã ˈdẽj ˈakt drefamˈijjê ˈũ ˈkota.

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, article 2 Edit

English: Everyoneis entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this Declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs.

Kax-Atrian: Allê papli izt înγard per resivét allê dirèΣitten ã libertátten ditx perli ti Cart, sên distinktét qak pemineram, kîmm rass, khomma, sesaliteu, tak-lang, nöwvlijjön, poliͲi ohîn ô autta òptön, naçöµéj ô sosí ohiönd, pròpehhi, natxant ô autta istatöµen. Ôtadd, neuµön distinkt deinn si fact ên politsiç baζya, ên juhiéj baζya ô ên intrenaçönéj istatön ā k’ê papli pertenceinnîn.

IPA transcription to center: [ˈale paˈpi ˈist ãˈgaʁd ˈpɛʁ hesiˈve ˈale diˈhɛsitẽ ˈã libɛʁˈtatẽ ˈdit͡ʃ   ˈpɛʁli ˈti ˈkaʁt, ˈsẽ distĩkˈte ˈkwak pɛmineˈhã, ˈcɐm ˈhas, ˈkroma, sesaliˈte, tak-ˈlãg, nuv-ˈliʒũ, poˈlit͡si oˈrã ˈo ˈota ˈɔptũ, naksuˈnɛʒ o sɔˈsi ɔriˈũd, ˈpʁɔpɛri, naˈt͡ʃãt ˈo ˈota istaˈtunẽ. Oˈtad, ˈnenũ disˈtĩkt ˈdẽj ˈsi faˈsit ˈẽ poliˈt͡siç ˈbazja, ˈẽ ʒuriˈɛʒ ˈbazja ˈo ˈẽ ĩthenaksuˈnɛʒ isˈtatũ ˈa ˈke ˈpapi pɛʁtẽˈsejnã]

IPA transcription to north: [ˈale paˈpi ˈist ãˈgard ˈpɛr hesiˈve ˈale diˈhɛsitẽ ˈã libɛrˈtatẽ ˈdit͡ʃ   ˈpɛʁli ˈti ˈkart, ˈsẽ distĩˈte ˈkak pemineˈhã, ˈcɐm ˈhas, ˈkroma, sesaliˈte, tak-ˈlãg, nuv-ˈligũ, poˈlisi oˈrã ˈo ˈota ˈɔtũ, naksuˈnɛʒ ˈo sɔˈzi ɔriˈũd, ˈprɔpɛri, naˈt͡ʃãt o ˈota istaˈtunẽ. Oˈtad, ˈnenũ disˈtĩt ˈdẽj ˈsi faˈsit ˈẽj poliˈsiç ˈbazja, ˈẽj d͡ʒuriˈɛʒ ˈbazja ˈo ˈẽj ĩtrenaksuˈnɛʒ isˈtatũ ˈa ˈke ˈpapi pɛrtẽˈsejnã]

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