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Name: Mondósuaði

Type: Agglunative

Alignment: Accusative-Ergative

Head Direction: Initial

Number of genders: 3

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

Nouns declined
according to
Case Number
Definitiveness Gender
Verbs conjugated
according to
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect


HistoryEdit

PhonologyEdit

VowelsEdit

There is 5 basic vowels in the Mondósuaði language.

- Front Central Back
Close /i/ - /u/
Close-mid - /o/
Open-mid /ɛ/ - -
Open /a/ - -

These do not include the changes in sound with the diacritic

Diacritic VowelsEdit

ɑ́ Hudæl
á /aɪ/
ǽ /ɛː/
í /iː/
ó /oj/
ú /uj/


ɑ̂ Mim
â /aɾ/
æ̂ /ɛɾ/
î /iɾ/
ô /oɾ/
û /uɾ/
  • These diacritics are used rarely and only in formal documents ↓↓↓

i.e. The Bill of Rights

norm: Að fita ó kumæk

formalː Að fohæ̃ta ũë kuãmi̋kã

ɑ̃ Rohæn
ã /ɑ/
æ̃ /e/
ĩ /iː/
õ /o/
ũ /ɯ/


ɑ̈ Lika
ä /aj/
æ̈ /ɛj/
ï /iu/
ö /oj/
ü /uj/


ɑ̋ Totæńi
/ɑ/
æ̋ /e/
/i/
ő /ø/
ű /ʉ/


ConsonantsEdit

- Bilabial Labio-Dental Dental Alveolar Post-Alvelar Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal /m/ - /n/ /ɲ/ /ŋ/ - -
Plosive /p/ /t/ /d/ - /k/ /ɡ/ /ɡʲ/ - /ʔ/
Fricative /ɸ/ /f/ /θ/ /ð/ /s/ /ʃ/ /ʒ/ - - /χ/ /h/
Approximant - - - /j/ - -
Rhotic - - /ɾ/ - - - -
Lateral Approximant - - /l/ /ɫ/ - - - -
Affricate - - - - /dʒ/ - - - -

Mondósuaði has 24 letters in all not including all the vowel diacritics and the obsolete letters.

The normal letters are:

a d ð æ f ɡ ɡ́ h h́ i k l ɫ m n ń ñ o p s t u x d̈j

Letter Pronunciation Notes Reason
Aa /a/ like father --
Dd /d/ like dad --
Đð /θ/ like thin --
Đð /ð/ like that after a
Ææ /ɛ/ like bed --
Ff /ɸ/ like saying ffffff without vibration --
Ff /f/ like farm before æ
/ɡ/ like good --
Ǵɡ́ /ɡʲ/ like gargoyle --
Ǵǵ /dʒ/ like jump --
Hh /h/ like hello --
H́h́ like uh-oh --
Ii /i/ like eat --
Kk /k/ like king --
Ll /l/ like live --
Łɫ /ɫ/ like eel --
Mm /m/ like move --
Nn /n/ like new --
Ńń /ŋ/ like sing --
Ññ /ɲ/ like ny --
Ññ /ŋ/ like song end of word
Oo /o/ like no --
Őő /ø/ like French peu
Pp /p/ like pop --
Ss /s/ like sauce --
Ss /ʃ/ like show before iˌ æˌ or end of word
Tt /t/ like team --
Tt /n/ like never after ʃ
Uu /u/ liku move --
Xx /χ/ like hk --
Xx /k/ like cup after consonant
D̈j d̈j /j/ like yes --
Rr /ʒ/ like measure --


GrammarEdit

Articles: AðanEdit

Að/om v.s. Lað/alaðEdit

This was created to ensure the nature and beginning objects to the futuristic objects. Að is the definite article and om is the indefinite article. These articles are used on futuristic objects that require when made plural, the -l/ol affix. Lað is the plural definite article and alað is the plural indefinite. These articles are used on naturistic or earlier made objects that are not able to have the plural affix. Some exceptions are made in Mondósuaði.

Að/om:

The lightbulbs: Að hosimal

The pictures: Að hosimonðul

The computers: Að komhosil


Lað/alað:

The lights: Lað hosi

The suns: Lað hodixil

The houses: Lað kasî


Particles: KaðanEdit

RulesEdit

Mondósuaði's word order is OSV (Object- Subject- Verb)

The use of particles are very strict and distinct.

  • The use of particles are only used between the Object (Sad̈ut) and the Subject (Uoðika).
  • Each of these particles have their own set of rules to follow.
  • If not used correctly, the meaning of the sentence can be misinterpret.


List of ParticlesEdit

Particle Pronunciation Meaning Exception
í/ɡí iː/ɡiː to; in Can be used in front of verb; í kantoni (to sinɡ)
i/sa i/sa and; also; with 'i' can be used between pronouns; axom i nafoh́ (you and him)
ó/fî oj/fiɾ of Fî is rarely usedˌ only used in very sophisticated termsˑ Sarɡ́ianti fî Monod̈ (Sargeant of Arms)
to/tú to/tuj but to is used more in dialects (can be used formally)
uaɪ or
moto/honatú moto/honatuj yet mo-/hona- mean "similar" so moto means "similar to but"
katu katu so
biː than
  • These are some of the basic particles.


Nouns: TagaðanEdit

There are two types of nouns (not gender-related), nouns that come from a root or a mother noun.

Nouns coming from a root can be seen in other non-related words. This is used in Hebrew and in Arabic.

For Example, the root "Kosisa" means "multi-colored."

(Multi-colored means that everything with color, other than black, white, and gray, are many color but can only be seen as one color by the naked eye.)

In the method of using all two letter words, I can come out with many words.

Kosisa= Ko, Si, Sa, Os, Is

Ko- Koran (window pane), Kamo (vase), Sokoi (to shine)

Si- Mosi (blue), Utasi (red)ˌ Monsitæ (Art Painting)

Sa- Sauo (yellow), Kosa (green), Manmansa (rainbow)

Os- Osso (blood), Mawados (skin color), Kumos (color of the sky)

Is- Isa (color), Isisi (to paint; to draw), Muńás (make-up) *The last word ˈmuńás/muˈŋaɪʃˈ has an i but is combined with a make á/aɪ.

GenderEdit

There are three genders in the Noun catergory.

1: LivingEdit

These are the words that live like 'human' and 'dog.'

2: InanimateEdit

These are the words that cannot move whatsoever.

3: NaturalEdit

These are the words that use 'laðˈ.

(Words can have more than one gender.)


(i.e. the word Water "soɡ́ul" is both in the Living and the Natural Gender.)


PluralEdit

To make a noun plural,

- needs to add -l/ol (Basic Plural)- kah́al (car)

This basic plural is used for most words.

- needs to add salig/asalig (Heavy Plural)- tá tonasaliɡ (two tons)

- changes að/om with lað/alað (Natural State)- alað hina (the fires)


Pronouns: MosanaEdit

SingularEdit

I- kæm/æm/kæ

You- axom/xom

He- nafoh́

She- sæh́a

It- pæs/nafoh́


PluralːEdit

We (you and I)- kæma

(He/She and I)- mǽma

(All of us)- ikæma

(They and I)- imǽma

You (You two)- táxom

(You three)- ðáxom

They- mimî


PossessiveEdit

My- kæmi

Your- axomi

His- nafi

Her- sæhá

Its- pæsi

Our- mǽmi Their- mimîi


Verbsː TagaðiEdit

ConjugationsEdit

The verb root in Mondósuaði is I, Ő, Id̈, Őn (moto inaˌ őnáˌ id̈anˌ őnama)

The basic endings:

I Ő Id̈ Őn
I sing. kæm I -dæ
II sing. axom You -æs -æs -dæs -æs
III sing. nafoh́/sæh́a/pæs He/She/It -a/-as (feminine) -a/-á (feminine) -dal/-dallæ (feminine) -őæn/-őa (feminine)
I pl. ('us') kæma Me and You -æm -æm -dæm -æm
I pl. ('you') mǽma Me and him/her -æmas -æmo -dæmol -őæń
I pl. ('we') ikæma Me, you, and other people -æk -æk -dæk -őæk
I pl. (you) imǽma Me and two or more people -ækas -æko -dækol -őæh́
II pl. taxom You two -æð -æðo -doðo -őði
II pl. ðaxom You three or more -æt -æto -doto -őtæs
III pl. mimî They -am -őð -do -ői
Infinitive TenseEdit

In all Mondósuaði dictionaries, the wordˈs verb root is iˌ őˌ id̈ˌ and őn.

Exampleː fini (to exhale)ˌ mońő (to smile)ˌ óid̈ (to love)ˌ sulőn (to leave).

Present TenseEdit

The present is formed by adding the personal endings to the verb root.

I

Fini

'to exhale'

Ő

Mońő

'to smile'

ID̈J

Óid̈j

ˈto loveˈ

ŐN

Sulőn

ˈto leaveˑ

kæm finæ mońæ óidæ sulőnæ
axom finæs mońæs óidæs sulőnæs
nafoh́/pæs fina mońa óidal sulőæn
sæh́a finas mońá óidallæ sulőa
kæma finæm mońæm óidæm sulőæm
mǽma finæmas mońæmo óidæmol sulőæń
ikæma finæk mońæk óidæk sulőæk
imǽma finækas mońæko óidokol sulőæh́
taxom finæð mońæðo óidoðo sulőði
ðaxom finæt mońæto óidoto sulőtæs
mimî finam mońőð óido sulői
Past TenseEdit

To make a verb past tense, it is uniform to have GA- meaning past.

I

Fini

'to exhale'

Ő

Mońő

'to smile'

ID̈J

Óid̈j

'to love'

ŐN

Sulőn

'to leave'

kæm ɡafinæ ɡamuńæ ɡóidæ ɡasulunæ
axom ɡafinæs ɡamuńæs ɡóidæs ɡasulunæs
nafoh́/pæs ɡafina ɡamuńa ɡóidali ɡasulnæn
sæh́a ɡafinas ɡamuńas ɡóidas ɡasulna
kæma ɡafinæm ɡamuńæm ɡóiæm ɡasulunæm
mǽma gafinæmas ɡamuńæd̈ ɡóiæmo ɡasulnamǽ
ikæma ɡafinak ɡamuńka ɡóiako ɡasulők
imǽma ɡafinaka ɡamuńkǽ ɡóiaki ɡasulőko
taxom ɡafinað ɡamuńoð ɡóið ɡasolði
ðaxom ɡafinat ɡamuńot ɡóit ɡasolti
mimî ɡafin ɡamuń ɡóid ɡasul

Determiners: Kæah́i /ˈkæʔiː/Edit

  • name is borrowed from Dainese pronunciation.


The kæah́i are the, a, my, your, his, her, its, our, their, what, where, when , how, why, and who.

In Mondósuaði, no word is used without a determiner.

(Example of how detailed this language must be).

For Example: Dogs eat cats/ Alað anil koɡa lað makil.

(Lit: The dogs eat a cats.)

  • The in a non-article sentence describes the subject

and A describes the object.


Adjectives: Kuh́ætaniEdit

In adjectives, the base root varies fromˌ koˌ ñaˌ ud̈ˌ sæˌ miˌ soñˌ dup

foˌ náˌ samˌ keɡ́ˌ tetˌ and láɫ

In sentence structure, the adjective always follows the noun.

If the adjective is by itself, the prefix ka- is put before the adjective.

For example, The red house is good.

Að kasî ruhud̈ a kahænña.

In dictionaries, the adjectives are with ka-base root.

For example: red- karuhud̈ˌ blue- kóiduñaˌ and beautiful- uh́iná



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