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Mes-anto is a planned auxiliary language that combines characteristics of Esperanto, Ido, English, Japanese and other ethnic languages. There are two dialects of the language. Low Mes-anto and High Mes-anto.

Low Mes-anto is an extremely simplified language, without several phonemes and reduced vocabulary. High Mes-anto has the same grammatical rules as the Low, but a greater number of words, synonyms and phonemes.

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Low Mes-anto Edit

General information Edit

Low Mes-anto is an agglutinating language, without grammatical genres for asexual entities, without conjugation of variable verbs by person or number, in addition to having a reduced number of phonemes to facilitate learning.

Its simple grammar is complete. The language is in the construction phase of the vocabulary, using the most varied languages on the planet.

Mes-anto means "mediator", "the one who mediates".

Phonetics and writing Edit

Esperanto has five vowels and fifteen consonants, of which two are semivowels.

Consonants Edit


Bilabial Alveolar Post-
alveolar
Palatal Velar Glotal
Occlusive b [t] [d]     [k] [g]  
Nasal [m] [n]        
Fricativa   [s]
[ʃ] [ʒ]  
  [h]
Africada   [ʦ]  

     
Aproximante       [j]    

Vowels Edit


Anterior Posterior
Fechada [i] [u]
Média [e] [o]
Aberta [a]

Writing Edit

The mes-anto uses Latin alphabet, without diacritics with a total of 18 letters:
a b d e g h i j k m n o s t u w x y
Pronunciation correspondence:
Mes-anto Esperanto Ido
a a a
b b b
d d d
e e e
g g g
h h h
i i i
j ĵ j
k k k
m m m
n n n
o o o
s s s
t t t
u u u
w ŭ w
x ŝ sh
y j y

There are no letters F, L, P, R V and Z in the low dialect because their respective phonemes do not exist in certain languages, which would make it difficult to potential speakers learn it. These phonemes exist only in the high dialect.

The letters C and Q do not exist because they do not have a proper phoneme and are substitutable by another letter or digraph.

The pronunciation of almost all letters is similar to the pronunciation of Ido and Esperanto, more widespread planned languages. Except the letter X, which has the phoneme of the letter Ŝ of Esperanto and the digraph SH of Ido.

For a vowel to be nasal, the digraphs AN (un), EN (an, en), IN (in, een), ON (awn, on) and UN (oon) are used: anto, danki, windo, menso, etc.

Tonic vowels followed by "M" and "N" consonants may become nasal: domo, dámino, bakw-eno, etc.

Proper names or certain words can be translated into a mes-anto's pronunciation:

The letter "C" can be replaced by the letters "K", "S", or "TS": kyano (blue, cyan), kotxo (car, "cocho"), sientsyo (science), natsyo (nation, nacio).

The letter "F" can be replaced by "H": heyo (fairy, fey), hoto (pic, photos).

The letter "L" can be replaced by the letter "Y": yeo (lion, leo), Itayo (Italy), ay (the, al)

The letter "M" can be replaced by the letter "N" when it expresses nasalization: sanbo (samba), banbuo (bamboo).

The letter "P" can be replaced by the letter "B": Kabitayísumo (capitalism), abio (bee, apis).

The letter "Q" can be replaced by the letter "K":

The letter "R" can be replaced by the letters "H" and "W": hayo (ray), Bwasiyo (Brasil), Hwanso (França).

The letter "V" can be replaced by the letters "B" and "W": sawi (to save), inbidjo (envy, invidia).

The letter "Z" may be replaced by the letter "S": sebwo (zebra), Sinbabwo (Zimbabwe).

Articles Edit

There is only one definite article, "ay," which equals "the".

Accentuation Edit

All words are paroxystones except accented ones, which are proparoxytones: dámino, íkito, júsuta, búsuki, etc.

Endings Edit

-a Possessive adjectives and pronouns ta (your), buta (but), na (affirmative), ya (negative)
-e Adverbs bute (against), ne (not), ye (yes), ke (by chance)
-i Verbs buti (to counter), ni (to deny), yi (to affirm), maxi (to add), ki (to ask)
-o Nouns and pronouns in the singular to (thou), buto (opposition), no (no, denial), yo (affirmation), maxo (sum, addition), ko (question)
-u Conjunctions butu (but), maxu (and)
-aw Prepositions daw (of), osaw (with)
-oy Plural nouns and pronouns toy (ye), koy (questions)
-ay Definite and invariable article "ay" ay (the)

Adjectives Edit

All adjectives end in -a. They are invariant in gender and number:

Beya domo - beautiful house; beya domoy - beautiful houses;

Beya kotxo - beautiful car; beya kotxoy - beautiful cars.

The same goes for the possessive pronouns:

Ma woko - my work; ma ojoy - my eyes.

Nouns and pluralization Edit

All nouns end in -o and are essentially neutral.

They vary in number by adding -y to form plurals:

Domo - house, domoy - houses;

Kotxo - car; kotxoy - car;

To - thou; toy - ye;

Ho - he; hoy - they.

Pronouns Edit

Nominal Pronouns Edit

All nominal pronouns end in -o. There are no differences between oblique or straight set cases.

mo I, me
to thou, thee
toy ye, you
ho he, him
hoy they, them
xo she, her
xoy they, them
go it
goy they, them
awto itself
wo we (inclusive)
noso we (exclusive)
  • Notes

There are two pronouns of the first person plural:

Wo - The inclusive we. Refers to the sender(s) and receiver(s) as well.

Noso - The exclusive we. Refers only to the sender(s), excluding the receiver(s).

Ex:                       

"- Wo gone-goi adaw sinemo nuna-bakw-eno." (We're going to the movies today.)

"- No! Noso gone-goi adaw gone sinemo nuna-bakw-eno! To no!" (No! We will go to the movies today! You do not!)

Possessive pronouns Edit

Possessive pronouns are the adjectives of nominal pronouns and may come before the object of possession in the form of adjectives (ma, ta, xa, etc.) or through the phrase "daw-nominal pronoun":

"Diso nune-esi ma bibyo. Disa bibyo nune-esi daw-to!"

"This is my book. This book is yours!"

Demonstrative pronouns (dato / data / diso / disa) Edit

Existe dois tipos de pronome demonstrativo:

O de longe - dato - que equivale ao "ico" do Ido ou o "that" do inglês.

O de perto - diso - que equivale ao "ito" do Ido ou "this" do inglês.

Eles podem ser como substantivos:

"Ma kotxo nune-esi dato" - "Meu carro é aquele"

"Nosa hundo nune-esi diso" - Nosso cachorro é este."

Ou como adjetivos:

"Data kotxo nune-esi ay daw-mo" - " Aquele carro é o meu"

"Disa hundo nune-esi daw-noso" - "Este cachorro é nosso"

Verbs Edit

All verbs end in -i. They are always in the infinitive. Adverbs of time or mode are used to indicate the verb tense. Example (in third person):

Infinitve ami to love, has loved
Simple present nune-ami loves
Simple past hade-ami loved, has loved
Simple future gone-ami will love
Volitive ude-ami would love
Imperative debe-ami love (imperative)
Continuous ene-ami loving
Participle eda-ami loved

Adverbs Edit

All adverbs end in -e.

nune now, currently
hade before, previously
gone after, posteriorly
debe "mandatorily"
ene continuamente
ye yes, affirmatively
ne not, negatively
agane again, afresh,repeatedly
demase much, overly
sukase little
bone well
ke by chance
  • The adverb "ke" is used at the beginning of the sentence to indicate that it is a question:

"Ke to nune-esi bone?" - "Are you ok?"

Prepositions                                       Edit

All prepositions end in -aw.

daw of
osaw with
widaw without, with no
adaw to, at
odaw from

Conjunctions Edit

All conjunctions end in -u.

maxu and
butu but
antu that, wich, who, whom
datu that

Phrases Edit

Mes-anto

English translation

Literal translation

mo nune-ami to I love you I now-love you, I currently-love you
mo gone-ami to I will love you I after-love you, I posteriorly-love you
mo hade-ami to I loved you I before-love you, I previously-love you
mo ude-ami to I would love you I maybe-love you
mo nune-esi eda-ami I am loved I now-be loved
mo nune-esi ene-ami I am loving (it) I now-be continuously-love (it)

Affixes Edit

The affixes - prefixes and suffixes - are used to form derived words. They must always be connected to the radicals through hyphens: xo-homo, bakw-eno, ne-beya, y-eno, etc.

Prefixes Edit

xo - means her, female. It is used to form female leads:

homo -person, xo-homo - woman;

hundo - dog, xo-hundo - female dog;

xo-ekwo - mare.

Equivalent to the suffix -ino of Esperanto and Ido.

ho - means him, male. It is used to form male leads:

homo - person, ho-homo - man;

hundo - dog, ho-hundo - male dog;

ho-ekwo: horse.

Equivalent to the suffix -ulo of Ido.

ne - means no, negatively. It is used to give opposite idea of the radical:

beya - beautiful; ne-beya - ugly;

uda - possible, ne-uda - impossible.

Suffixes Edit

-en - It comes from "ene", "continuously". It is used to form words that demonstrate continuous action:

bakwi - to roll, to turn; bakwo - wheel, bakw-eno - rotation;

yi - to affirm, yo - yes, affirm; y-eno - affirmation.

Numerals Edit

1 uno

2 duo

3 tio

4 kwato

5 kinto

6 sixo

7 seto

8 ókuto

9 nono

10 deko

11 deko uno

12 deko duo

13 deko tio

14 deko kwato

15 deko kinto

16 deko sixo

17 deko seto

18 deko ókuto

19 deko nono

20 duo-dekoy

21 duo-dekoy uno

30 tio-dekoy

40 kwato-dekoy

50 kinto-dekoy

60 sixo-dekoy

70 seto-dekoy

80 ókuto-dekoy

90 nono-dekoy

100 kento

200 duo-kentoy

1.000 mio

2.000 duo-mioy

1.000.000 miono

10.000.000 deko-mionoy

100.000.000 kento-mionoy

200.000.000 duo-kentoy-mionoy

1000000000 biono

1000000000000 tiono

4.672.561.483.719 kwato-tionoy sixo-kento-seto-deko-duo-bionoy kinto-kentoy-sixo-dekoy-uno-mionoy kwato-kentoy-ókuto-dekoy-tio-mioy seto-dekoy-deko-nono

Cores Edit

ako - red

banao - brown

gweno - green

huiseo - grey

kyano - blue

nigo - black

owanjo - orange

xanto - yellow

xiono - violet

wayto - white

woso - pink

Vocabulário Edit

Meso

Português

A

abio

bee

adaw

to, at

ajudi

to help

ajudo

help

akamuni

to break dawn

akamuno

dawn

aka red

ako

red colour

akwo

water

ami

to love

amo

love

animao

animal

ánimo

soul

anto

that one

antu

wich, that, who, whom

anwo year

ataki

to attack

atako

attack

ay the

B

baemo

snake

baki

to come back

bakw-eno

rotation, day

bakwi

to roll, to turn

bakwo

wheel, twirl

banaa brown
banao brown colour

bato

bat

beya

beautiful

bia

alive

bia-hayido

bio-eletricity

bibyo

book

biga

big

bii

to live

bio

life

bona

good

bone well

buko

mouth

buta

contrary

buti

to contradict

butu

but

D

daka dark
daki to darken
dako dark, darkness

dámino

swear word

dank-eno

gratitude, thanks

danki

to thank

danko

thank

data/dato

that

datu

that

debi

to must

deji

to let

daka-bakw-eno night

demase

much,overly

demaso

excess

demono

demon

dimiti to forgive
dimito pardon
disa/diso this

doana

free

domo

house

don-eno

donation

doni

to give

dono

gift

E

eda

partition formation particle

edi

to become

ekumeko

bread

ena

continuous

endi

get in

endo

inside, in

endaw

inside, in

ene

continuously

eni

to continue

enso

sword

es-eni

to exist

es-eno

existence, being

esi

to be

eso

being, thing

ésuta

eastern

esutido

right

ésuto

East

exi

to get out

exo

outside

exaw

out

G


Geo

planet Earth

goi

to go

gona

future, posterior

gona-bakw-ene

tomorrow

gone

after, posteriorly

gono

future

gwena

green

gweno

colour green

H


hada

past, previous

hada-bakw-ene

yesterday

hade

before, previously

hado

past

hayido

eletricity

hayo

ray

heo

fairy

hisiko/hísiko

phisics

Hiso

Physes

ho-homo

man

ho-kwingido

prince

ho-kwingo

king

ho-oyo

father

hoto

photograph

huisea

gray

huiseo

colour gray

humana

human

humano

human being

hundo

dog, hound

hunt-anto

hunter

hunt-eno

hunting

hunti

to hunt

hunto

chase, hunting

I


íguno

fire

íkito

fish

inaw

in, into

intaw

between

isa

equal, same

ise

equally

isi

to equalize

iso

the same, equilibrium

ito

rock

jobo

job

joko

joke

júsuta

rightful, fair

K


kadi

to fall

kahaya

light, bright

kahaya-bakw-eno

morning, afternoon

kahayo

light

kai

to start, to begin

kani

to can, to be able

kano

power

kao

begining

kabitaísumo

capitalism

ke

by chance

ki

to ask, to question

kido

kid

kímiko

chemistry

kimo

alchemistry

kisi

to kiss

kiso

kiss

ko

question

komi

to come

komunísumo

communism

kotxo

car

kwant-eno

counting

kwanti

to count

kwanto

quantity, count

kway-eno

description, characterization

kwayi

to describe

kwayo

quality

kwingao

kingdom, realm

kwingido

prince or princess

kwingo

monarch (queen or king)

kyana

blue

kyano

blue colour

M


ma

my

mageo

magic

Matso

Mars

manji

to eat

manji-edo

food

maxe

more

maxu

and

mawa

bad

mawo

evil

mayi

to deceive

mayo

illusion

menso

month

Mes-anto

idiom Mes-anto

mes-anto

mediator

mesa

average, mean

mesi

to mediate

Meso

Mes-anto

meso

medium, middle

meyki

to make, to do

misujo

lizard

mito

mith

mode

how

modo

mode, way

Mondo

world

muno

moon

N


nat-eno/nato

birth

nati

to be born

n-eno

denial

nékito

honey

n-eno

denial

na

negative

ne

not, negatively

ni

deny

niga

black

nigo

black colour

no

no, denial

nómino

name

nomo

rule

nosa

our (exclusive)

noso

we (exclusive)

nowa

new

nuna-bakw-eno

today

nune

now, currently

nuno

present, now

nyinda

happy

ningyo

mermaid

O


odaw

from

odji

to hate

odjo

hatred

oj-eno

look, view

oji

to look, to see, to eye

ojo

eye

ómino

all

otsoo

wolf

osaw

with

owanja

orange

owanjo

orange colour

oyo

father or mother

oyoy

parent

S


sabya

wise, smart

sabyi

to know

sando

sand

santa/santo

holly

saw-anto

savior

sawi

to save

sendi

to send

sendo

sending

seyi

to say, to speak

seyo

speech

sino

sin

sito

place, site

sotsyaísumo

socialism

suka

sweet

súkao

sugar

sukayo

sky

sunego

snow

T


ta

yours

taymo

time

to

thy (you)

toki

to talk

toko

conversation, talk

tota

whole, complete

tote

wholly, completely

toy

ye (you)

tubo

pipe

U


uda

possible

ude

possibly, maybe

US

US

W


wani

to want, to wish

wano

wish, will

waxingo

sun

wayta

white

wayto

white colour

wésuta

western

wesutido

left

wésuto

West

widaw

without

windo

wind

wingo

wing

wino

wine

woki

to work

woko

work

wosa

pink

woso

pink colour

X


xanta

yellow

xanto

yellow colour

xena

estrangeiro

xingo

star

xiona

violet, purple

xiono

violet colour

xo

she, her, female

xo-homo

woman

xo-kwingido

princess

xo-kwingo

queen

xo-oyo

mother

xótiko

elf

Y


ya

affirmative

yanseo

colour

ye

yes, affimatively

yi

to affirm

yo

yes

yongo

dragon

yuna

young



Our Father

Nosa Ho-oyo

Nosa Ho-oyo antu nune-esi inaw ay Sukayo

Ta nómino debe-esi santi-eda

Ta kwingao debe-komi adaw noso

Ta wano debe-esi meyki-eda

Mode inaw ay Geo, ide inaw ay Sukayo

Nosa ekumeko daw ómina bakw-eno, To debe-doni adaw noso disa-bakw-ene

To debe-dimiti nosa débitoy mode noso nune-dimiti nosa débit-antoy.

To ne debe-deji noso kadi inaw tent-eno.

Butu To debe-sawi noso odaw mawo. Ameno.

High Mes-anto Edit

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