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Lorranian Language
Type Inflectional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Head direction Head direction
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 4
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 110%
Nouns 100%
Verbs 100%
Adjectives 100%
Syntax 100%
Words 5000 of 1500
Creator CorrosiveAir

The Lorrainian Language is an language spoken in Lorrania which lies south of Mûorland. Lorranian is a simple language when compared with Mûoryllic, because it has simpler Verb conjugations and simpler Cases although it has 4 and Mûoryllic 3

Classification and DialectsEdit

It is related to the MÛoryllic language, both of them are in the Proto-Mûoric language family .

Writing SystemEdit

Letter A Ae/Ã Ä Á B C D E É F G H
Sound ɑː a: b s or k d ɛ e: f x ɦ
Letter I Í K L M N O Ó Ö P R S
Sound i ɪ k l m n ɔ ø p r s
Letter T U Ú V Y Z
Sound t u y v j z

Note: The letter J is used in Lorranian, but it has not a sound


Noun DeclensionsEdit

First Declension/Subject / I Nominatus Edit

The Article is derived from the Proto-Mûoric verb iasej (ɪjɑːse:) which means to belong. An article belongs to a noun, that's how it turned into an article.

There are 4 genders, one of them is plural The noun gets the suffix -i and its article turns into in when it's plural whatsoever. The article a/an is also an indicative of what the adjective's suffix must be. The plural form of a/an will be No because it simply can't be A cats.

Nominative Definite Indefinite
Masculine Ir Ídal (The Man) Eir Ídal (A man)
Feminine I Var (The woman) Ei Var (A woman)
Neuter Ir Édal (The house) Eir Édal (A house)
Plural In Caetsi (The cats) n Caets i(NO Cats)

Second Declension/Possesive Declension / I GenitusEdit

This is the genitive or possessive case. In this case the articles DON'T mean the, instead they mean Of the . The case is used in used quite a lot in German. The articles don't change a lot when compared with the first declension. The noun gets a suffix at the end, and which one is determined by what gender the noun is. The Genitive CAN'T be used when it's about amounts, that's the 4th case, the Paritive case.

Genitive Definite Indefinte
Masculine Iar Ídalem (Of the man) Air Ídalem (Of a man)
Feminine Ia Vara (Of the woman) Aia Vara (Of a woman)
Neuter Iar Édal (Of the house) Air Édal (Of a house)
Plural Ian Caetsin (Of the cats) Nän Caetsin(Of no cats)

Third Declension / Oblique / I Oblicatus'Edit

The third declension is the object case. The aricles change when compared to the first declensions. This case doesn't give nouns a suffix. There's no distinction between indirect or direct object

Oblique Definite Indefinite
Masculine Im Ídal (The man) Eim (A man)
Feminine Ie Var (The woman) Eie (A woman)
Neuter Im Édal (The house) Eim (A house)
Plural In Caetsi (The cats) n Caetsi (No cats

Fourth Declension / Prepostional Case /I PrepositumEdit

Lorranian is the only language who has adopted the fourth case from Proto-Mûoric. The case is used after EVERY preposition and is almost the same as the third case. However the article is connected to the prepositional pronoun, so the prepositional pronoun gets a suffix. The indefinite article will be the same as the first declension when it isn't connected to an adjective, that's why the indefinite article isn't included in the table below.

Prepositional Definite
Masculine -m Ídal (The man)
Feminine -e Var (The woman)
Neuter -m Édal (The house)
Plural -n Caetsi (The cats)

Overview of every Noun caseEdit

Nominative Genitive Oblique Prepositionalis
Definite Indefnite Definite Indefinite Definite Indefinite Definite
Masculine Ir Eir Iar Air Im Eim -m
Feminine I Ei Ia Aia I Eie -e
Neuter Ir Eir Iar Air Im Eim -m
Plural In Nön Ian Nän In Nön -n

Personal Pronoun Declensions Edit

In English Personal Pronouns are declined like I-Me, He-Him etc. this is also done in Lorranian

Nominative Genitive Oblique Prepositionalis
I Im - Mír
You (Informal) Dhu - Dhí Dhír
He Hyí - Hír Hír
She Syí - Hár Hár
We Immen - Míyen Míren
You (Plural, formal) Dhuen - Dhíye Dhíren
They Hyíyen - Híren Híren


Lorranian has two tences (stansai), the Present and Past tence. Only the Present tence is derived from Proto-Mûoric.

Present / Stansa PraesitEdit

The verb conjugation system is mostly original to that of Proto-Mûoric but there are some changes. Unlike English, French or German, Lorranian doesn't have any Irregular verbs. In the table below are the 4 most important verbs of the Lorranian Language shown.

Sívandej (To be) Haevaendej (To have) Tiludej (To make/do) Göludej (To speak)
I Sívandút Haevaendút Tiludút Göludút
You (Informal) Sívande Haevaende Tilude Gölude
He/she Sívandes Haevaendes Tiludes Göludes
We/You (plural,formal)/They Sívandéyat Haevaendéyat Tiludéyat Göludéyat

Past tence/ Stansa Imperfectum Edit

The Past tence is not derived form Proto-Mûoric because it didn't have one, it's however derived from Mûoryllic.

Sívandej (To be) Haevaendej (To have) Tiludej (To make/do) Göludej (To speak)
I Sívandaj Haevaendaj Tiludaj Göludaj
You (Informal) Sívander Haevaender Tiluder Göluder
He/she Sívandec Haevaendec Tiludec Göludec
We/You (plural,formal)/They Sívandéyec Haevaendéyec Tiludéyec Göludéyec


The word order in Lorranian is SVO. Adjectives precede Nouns. All nouns must be written with a capital letter, Names of any(one/thing) must be aswell.

Example textEdit

Universal Declaration of Human RightsEdit

Article 1Edit

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.


Ölln Úmani sívandéyat búrn frã é ékuil digansor é Rihti. Hyíyen sívandeyat endó Uith Rãson é Cónsyens é múdhéyat Agdej nár ilkár ínem Ghóste a Brúsyap.

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