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Type fusional
Alignment split-nominative
Head direction initial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 6
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 0%
Nouns 0%
Verbs 0%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words of 1500
Creator Elector Dark

Classification and DialectsEdit

For now, just for fun. Written in a bit of a disfigured devanagari. Fusional to a great degree, ripe with suppletive paradigms.


प् प पा पाा पे पै पाि पाी पि पी पो पौ पु पू पाो पाौ

p pə pa pā pe pē pę pę̄ pi pī po pō pu pū pḁ pḁ̄

पः प ब तः त द चः च ज कः क ग ह​​
म मः न नः ञ ञः ण णः
फ व स ध श झ छ ख घ​
टः ट ड​
भ र ल य​

pʰə pə bə tʰə tə də kʰə kə gə qʰə qə ɢə ʔə
mə m̥ə nə n̥ə ŋə ŋ̊ə ɴə ɴ̥ə
fə və sə zə ʃə ʒə xə ɣə χə
tʃʰə tʃə dʒə
wə rə lə jə

<टा:हि> "čʰâʔi"

Pitch AccentEdit

Mantaras features a fairly rudimentary pitch accent system based around a single upshift with an unpredictable location. It isn't marked in the orthography but is in transcriptions.


Mantaran nominals include nouns, adjectives, numbers and their corresponding pro-forms.


Mantaras has a fairly complex nominal inflection system that utilises significant fusion in its mechanisms and distinguishes thirteen cases and three numbers. Its nouns are grouped into six genders or noun classes and are divided into declension and accentuation classes.



Mantaras has a moderately elaborate syntactical system with multiple active processes that control information flow, relationship and prominence. It codifies the production and utilisation of phrases, clauses and other similar constructions.


Mantaras has a fairly cohesive phrase structure, featuring phrases that are usually headed by an initial component.


Example textEdit

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