Meish (Mécais)

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French, Germanic
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General informationEdit

The language Meish (Mécais) is a French language with Germanic dialects. It is a French and Germanic language with influences from Scandinavia, Germanic, Dutch and Romance languages. It's closest to French.


A - ah
B - bu
C - ku
D - du
E - eye
F - fly
G - jee
H - hee
I - ee
J - yee
K - kee
L - Elo
M - Emo
N - Eno
O - Oh
P - Pi
Q - Ki
R - rrr
S - Es
T - Et
U - Ooo
V - Fum
W - Vee
X - Syee
Y - Yee
Z - See
Á/á - At
Ä/ä - Au
É/é - Ai
Ë/ë - Air
Í/í - Er
Ï/ï - Ei
Ó/ó - Ern
Ö/ö - (snort)
Ú/ú - Urt
Ü/ü - Urgh
Å/å - Or
Ø/ø - Urgh
Æ/æ - ae
Œ/œ - Eur
Ĝ/ĝ - guh
Ĥ/ĥ - huh
Ħ/ħ - hej



Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No Yes Yes No No No
Nouns No No No No No No No No
Adjectives Yes No No No Yes No No No
Numbers No No Yes No No No No No
Participles Yes No No Yes Yes No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No No No Yes No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No


Hello = Méhen
Hi = Ħej
What are you called = Was avås du bårém?
My name is... = Mi nëím ås...
I am called... = Éi bårém...
(informal) Nice to meet you = Sy du émëíchå
(formal) Nice to meet you = Sy dec émëíchåsec
And you = Iy du? / Iy dec?
How are you? = Kömm ås du?
I am good thank you = Éi bår gút, mërci.
I'm not bad = Éi bår neur mätt.
I'm not so good = Éi bår neur su gút.
Good Day = Gútten Dåggen
Good Morning = Gútten Méhen.
Good Afternoon = Gútten Apren.
Good Evening = Gútten Øvend.
Good Night = Gútten Nochén.
Midday = Méhdågg
Midnight = Ménoché

Verbs Bå (To Be) and Avå (To Have)Edit

To Be = Bå

I am = Éi bår
You are = Du bås
He/She is = Li/Si ås
We are = Vec bås
You are = Dec båsec
They are = Lis bås

To Have = Avå

I have = Éi avår
You have = Du avås
He/She has = Li/Si vås
We have = Vec avås
You have = Dec avåsec
They are = Lis avås

Useful Phrases and Words (Manners)Edit

Happy = Heréü
Sad = Tréü
Good = Gütten
Bad = Mätt
Please = Pérfecta
Thank You = Mërci
Excuse me = M'excïsa (Me excise)
Kömmone = Pardon
What = Was
How = Kömm
Why = Weil Que
Where = Wö
With = Bån
It is Real/True = Eis ås vrø
Really? = Vrømie
Dear Me! = Me Dirø

Reflexive VerbsEdit

Se Rëvå = To Dream
Se Plittå = To Cry
Se Connå = To Know

Reflexive Verbs are different to regular Verbs. They are the same, except the infinitive form have the "Se" on the beginning which has no meaning. Take "Se Rëvå" for example, the "å" at the end of all verbs meaning "To" and the stem of the infinitive "Rëv" means Dream. That is how infintives are put together. They ALL have an "å" Ending.

Reflexive Verbs have an extra Se on the beginning. When conjugating a verb, you follow the same pattern with the endings for Have and Be. Here is a list of all the endings for all verbs in the Present Tense form:

I = år
You = ås
He/She = ås
We = ås
You = åsec
They = ås

When conjugating any verb from its infinitive to the present tense, you take off the "å" and add the endings above, the same as all the verbs. Let's use our infinitive to Dream. You change the Se depending on the pronoun. Here is the list for our verb To Dream.
To Dream = Se Rëvå
I dream = Éi me Rëvår
You dream = Du de Rëvås
He/She dreams = Li/Si se Rëvås
We dream = Vec ve Rëvås
You dream = Dec de Rëvåsec

Verbs in the Present TenseEdit

Verbs in the Present Tense take the form of the endings above. Here are some infinitives: To Drink = Drikkå To Eat = Manĝå To Speak = Eisplå To Watch = Rëgardå To Visit = Übtzëréïundzøsisĥå To Chat = Bavurdĥå

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