|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Note: This language is currently constructed. Please do not modify the important sections of it.Makijo (Makijo: Deirokès) is the mother language of the Makijo race.
|Plosive||L, P, X|
|Approximant||Q, Y||E, M||H, S, U||K, W||B, D, J||V|
|Flap or tap|
Makijo accepts all possible English patterns. It has some additions, though.
A and I Rule Edit
The letters A and I do not permits to combine with the consonants E, O, P, R, T, and U, nor with neither A and I. It is because their pronunciations contradicts each other (A /ei/ contradicts with E /an/).
If in case a word needs the illegal combinations, an apostrophe (') mark will be added between, signifying a pause.
- Arch - Ei'irzila (pronounced as 'e ir-zi-la')
- Third - Oylaou'irca (pronounced as 'oy-law-wir-ca')
Also, this rule is applicable when A and I is placed after the letters stated above.
- Each - An'eizila (pronounced as 'an ey-zi-la')
- Rip - Ir'oum (pronounced as 'ir ow-wim')
When A and I is placed between two letters stated above, both rules is still applied.
- Ritual - Ir'ou'oyuneipa (pronounced as 'ir ow o-yu-ney-pa')
- Pair - Um'ei'ou'ir (pronounced as 'um ey ow ir')
Writing System Edit
Note: Letters are arranged in native order.
Ampersand (&) is used as a replacement for eivaca (English: and).
- Ampersands can replace eivaca in companies but not on government or academic institutions.
- When ampersand is used in abbreviation, spaces are omitted.
- When ampersand is used in the last two elements of a series (separated by commas), the comma is omitted.
Apostrophe (') in Makijo follows the same rules as in English, along with these additional rule.
- Apostrophe is use under the A and I Rule (see A and I Rule)