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| Name: Krasnamyazüik
Number of genders: 4
Krasnamyazüik is a language spoken by the inhabitants of the country located near the north pole. The "Leninavyelghitem' which means 'Equality rules'. Consequently, this country is known to have a pure Communist government and 'Lenin' in this language means 'equality'! Linguists are yet to disfigure how this so-called coincidence came to being. The people are easily able to survive in temperatures often touching -50 degree Celsius.
The language has heavy derivations from Russian, Hindi and Malayalam languages. It has 51 alphabets. There is a unique writting system which is completly phonetical. For transliteration, an English-based alphabets are used. Though being spoken in the far north, it has a 'palatal click' consonant which is normally used in African languages. It has2 ejectives.
It has a grammar similar to Russian but simpler. Noun cases affect only the noun and the verbs and adjectives remain intouched. The adjectives never decline. All verbs end in a retroflex nasal consonant, unless it is conjucated by a noun or pronoun preceeding or succeding it. It has a different logic for pronouns like the imperferctive and perfective "we", the inclusive and exclusive "we".
All I've got to say is that it is a fascinating languages with the words sounding like vibrations from the stars! Please do provide feedback while I try to present the Krasnamyazüik here, in front of you all!
The following table contains the Krasnamyazüik consonats with the voiced and unvoiced counterparts on the left and right side respectively.
The following are the Krasnamyazüik alphabet representatives of each of the above sounds:
P - Voiceless bilabial stop (p)
B - Voiced bilabial stop (b)
F - Voiceless labio-denatal fricative (f)
V - Voiceless bilabial fricative (ɸ)
W - Voiceless labio-dental approximant (ʋ)
M - Bilabial nasal (m)
D - Voiced dental plosive (d̪)
T - Voiceless dental plosive (t̪)
Z - Voiced dental siblant fricative (z)
S - Voiceless dental siblant fricative (s)
N - Dental nasal (n̪)
T" - Dental ejective (t̪ʼ)
Y - Palatal approximant (j)
Ź - Voiced palato-alveolar siblant fricative (ʒ)
Ś - Voiceless palato-alveolar siblant fricative (ʃ)
Rr - Alveolar trill (r)
R - Alveolar flap (ɾ)
Ŕ - Alveolar approximant (ɹ)
Ď - Voiced retroflex stop (ɖ)
Ť - Voiceless retroflex stop (ʈ)
Ń - Retroflex nasal (ɳ)
X" - Retroflex ejective (ʈʼ)
J - Voiced palato-alveolar affricate (d͡ʒ)
Ĉ - Voiceless alveo-palatal affricate (t͡ɕ)
Dz - Voiced alveolar siblant affricate (d͡z)
Ts - Voiceless alveolar siblant affricate (t͡s)
G - Voiced velar stop (g)
K - Voiceless velar stop (k)
Ñ - Velar nasal (ɲ)
Ĝ - Voiced uvular fricative (ʁ)
Ķ - Voiceless uvular fricative (χ)
Ř - Uvular trill (R)
The picture at the end shows the authentic Krasnamyazüik alphabets.
Here are their respective transliterations with the capital and small letters on the left and right side respectively: (These alphabets are arranged roughly according to their place of articulation)