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Name: Mwádrós

Type: Fusional - Aglutinative

Alignment: Nominative-Accusative

Head Direction: Mixed

Number of genders: 6

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

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


Classification and Dialects [Táxinóm yué Dyálékés]Edit

Mwádrós or The People's Word, is a small language in the Ancient Persian Empire and Hellenic Empire of Alexander. During that time the Greek and Persian words were absorbed by the peoples into the language.

It has two "dialects"/ forms of writting, East centered transformation [Vhélúng'ná] (Vh -->B) and West centered transformation [Vhálúm'nir] (Vh-->V).

Anqélinis yué Deimonis

The East one writes with an extended Avestan Script(first line) while the West one uses a script similar to Tengwar (second line).

Mwádrós

Phonology [Fónólógu]Edit

Consonants [Wámwés]Edit

In total the language has 24 sullied/impure consonants (vhár wámwés) and 18 unsullied/pure consonants (dóvhár wámwés) and 1 double sullied consonant (dióvhár wámwé), totaling 43 consonants.

  • Unsullied: m,n,p,b,t,d,k,g, ', f,v,s,z,c,ç,x, y, w;
  • Sullied: mw, nw, ñ/nh, ng/gh, pw, bw, tw, dw, th, dh, q, gw, vh,sh, zh, ch, çh, r, lh, bh, l, 'h, fw, vw;
  • Double sullied : rh;

Proto Mwádrós had more consonants that use a dot below the letter, to make them ejectives "◌̣", these are not used anymore, they were called powerful consonants or consonants with power (rá p̣álé wámwé - rá bálé wámwé).

  • ṭ, ṭh, ḳ,q̣, p̣;

Proto ejectives separated into voiced and unvoiced consonants (ḳ,q̣, p̣ >>k,g,kw, gw,p,b) and (ṭ,ṭh >>t,th,d,dh).

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m(m)

mʷ (mw)

n(n) nʷ(nw) ɲ(nh-ñ) ŋ(ng-gh)
Plosive p(p)

pʷ(pw)

b(b)

bʷ(bw)

t(t) tʷ(tw) d(d) dʷ(dw) ʈ(th) ɖ(dh) k(k) kʷ(q)

ɡ(g) gʷ(gw)

ʔ(‘)
Fricative β* (vh) f(f) v(v)

fʷ(fw) vʷ(vw)

s(s) z(z)

ʦ(c) ʣ(ç)

ʃ(sh) ʒ(zh)

ʧ(ch) ʤ(çh)

ɕ** ʑ** x(x) χ(x) h (‘ in beginning )

( 'h in middle or end)

Approximant ɹ(r - middle) j(y)
Trill ʙ(bh) r(r - begining) ʀ(rh)
Flap or tap ɾ(r – end and after consonants)
Lateral fric. ɬ(l)
Lateral app. l(l) ʎ(lh - ll)

/w/ is also a consonant on it own.

*The /β/ in vh is no longer in the phonemic vocabulary at the present time, in some dialects it is pronounced as a /v/ or a /b/

**/ɕ/ and /ʑ/ are allophones to /s/ and /z/ when they are followed by "è". Example: Sènil /sɕənil/, Zè /zʑə/

Vowels [Yámwés]Edit

We have two types of vowels in the language:

  • Pure vowels/Unsullied Vowels (dóvhár yámwés):Á,É,Ó,U,Ú;
  • Impure Vowels/Sullied Vowels (vhár yámwés): E,O,Æ*,A,È,I;

Pure Vowels only have one sound while Impure have multiple sounds depending on the context.

  • [i] (i)
  • [u] (u)
  • [ɪ] (i), when after a vowel and not ending the word, Ex: Deimo /deɪmo/;
  • [ʊ] (oo - ou)
  • [y] (ú)
  • [ɔ] (ó - o)
  • [o] (o)
  • [ə] (è - e)
  • [e] (e)
  • [ɛ] (é – e)
  • [æ] (æ - a)
  • [ɐ] (a)
  • [a] (a - á)
Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High i y u
Near-high ɪ ʊ
High-mid e o
Mid ə
Low-mid ɛ ɔ
Near-low æ ɐ
Low a

Only A, Á, U, Ó, Ú, O are the only vowels that can start a word.

*Æ is a ligature of ae, it is no longer used has a single phoneme like vh.

Phonotactics [Fónólógóxós]Edit

Fónólógóxós - Fónólógu(Phonology) + kóx(Act[v]) + ós(Plural)

(C)(C)V(V)(C)(C)

Writing System [Gráché Sistému]Edit

Gráché Sistému - Written System

Consonants:

  • Unsullied (dóvhár wámwés): m,n,p,b,t,d,k,g, ', f,v,s,z,c,ç,x, y, w;
  • Sullied (vhár wámwés): mw, nw, ñ/nh, ng/gh, pw, bw, tw, dw, th, dh, q, gw, vh,sh, zh, ch, çh, r, lh, bh, l, 'h, fw, vw;
  • Double sullied (dióvhár wámwé): rh;

Vowels:

  • Pure vowels/Unsullied Vowels (dóvhár yámwés):Á,É,Ó,U,Ú;
  • Impure Vowels/Sullied Vowels (vhár yámwés):E,O,Æ,A,È,I;

Letter

m

mw

n

nw

nh - ñ

ng - gh

'

h

'h

w

Sound

m

n

ɲ

ŋ

ʔ(middle) - h(begin)

No sound

h

w - ʷ

Letter

p

b

pw

bw

t

d

tw

dw

th

dh

Sound

p

b

t

d

ʈ

ɖ

Letter

k

g

kw - q

gw

vh

f

v

s

z

sh

Sound

k

g

v-β -b

f

v

s - ɕ**

z - ʑ**

ʃ

Letter

zh

x

bh

r(begin)

è

é

l

lh

y

rh

Sound

ʒ

χ - x

ʙ

r

ə

ɛ

l - ɬ

ʎ

j

ʀ

Letter

Tsh - ch

Dzh - çh

Ts - c

Dz - ç

i

o

e

a

u

oo - ou

Sound

ʧ

ʤ

ts

dz

i ɪ

o ɔ

e ə ɛ

a ɐ æ

u

ʊ

Letter

á

æ***

r(middle)

r(end / after consonants)

ó

ú

yi*

fw

vw

Sound

a

æ

ɹ

ɾ

ɔ y i

*yi is a consonant when "r" is concerned but a single vowel in phonotactics.

**ɕ and ʑ are allophones to s and z when followed by "è". Example: Sènil /sɕənil/, Zè /zʑə/

***Æ is a ligature of ae, it is no longer used has a single phoneme like vh.

The words that begin with " ' " are changed to " 'h " when it changes from beginning to middle.

  • 'ér (Good)--> dó'hér (Bad: not+good)
Extended Avestani Script System Mwádrós Script System
Avestani Extended
Mwádrós Script

Grammar [Á'hórdinuó]Edit

Á'hórdinuó - Word + will be ordered (by).

Nouns [Tós / Tósós]Edit

Genders and Case System [Yénú yué Tiki Sistému] Edit

M - Male [Uómó / 'uómó]

F - Female [Fémi]

O - Neutral / Other [Neyúr]

All cases are before the noun they modify.

To form the plural form you simply add "s" like in English or repeat last vowel then "s" if ending in consonant.

Animation [Sikó] Inanimate [Dó'hémsikó] Animate ['émsikó] Notes
Gender [Yénú] -->

Case [Tiki]

M F O M F O
GENitive (attached to the object) mw nw mw m n m you must repeat the first vowel of the word in case of consonant.

= ('s+something)

PARTitive (part of whole object, attached) pw p you must repeat the first vowel of the word in case of consonant.

= part of something

ACCusative/DATive (not attached) dhá dhé dhi di
VOCative (not attached) du [word] = Oh Someone!
ABESsive (not attached) dórá drá dré dri = less / without
INStrumental (not attached) li =with
EQUative (not attached) zhá = like comparison
PROlative (not attached) çhé = via something
LOCative (not attached) átá* áté* áti átó *Only denotes a place only for a specific gender, it isn't used much in the present, only for gender specific places like toilets.

= at something

LIMitative (not attached) = until date
Gender Case(suffix) -má -mé -mi -ná -né -ni you must repeat the lastvowel of the word in case of consonant clash.
PERlative Case(not attached) tyúr tyér = trough / along something
Ending Case (not attached, after noun, formal only) álix End of a speech or sentence.

A set of cultural reasons employed this to keep noise from a discussion and keep the arguments civilized, it is not used in informal speech, only in formal.

Obsolete Cases(Proto Only)
ABLative Case fw vw you must repeat the first vowel of the word in case of consonant.
LATive Case tw dw you must repeat the first vowel of the word in case of consonant.

Pronouns [Antós] Edit

Pronoun\Case Informal form Formal form Possessive Form(Informal only)
I qám
You qós qóm
It fi

fim

fén

fám

She
He
You plural qós qósh qósm
We inclusive qás gás(inclusive always)

qásm

qámám

We exclusive qámá
They fós fóm
English

You (are) a part of me

Gloss
Informal Mwádrós Qó di páqá. /kʷɔ di pakʷa/
Formal Mwádrós Qós di págá álix. /kʷɔs di paga alix/

Verbs [Félés]Edit

Aspect [Yidés]-->

Tense [Yilus]

Simple [Anplo] Prefective [Téley] Imperfective [Dótéley] Progressive [Prúdefikós] Habitual [Sinishté]
Present [Prárhór] á an án yán / i'án i
Past [Párhér] é én en yén / i'én yé / i'é
Future [Metár] u un uni yun / i'un yu / i'u
Mood [Modú] Preffix
Indicative [Reár Modú] -
Subjuntive [Dóreár Modú] gw
Imperative ['epitáki Modú] n
Conditional [Yipóxru Modú] rh
Hypothetical [Yipótéti Modú] bh
Interrogative ['eritizi Modú] m

Verbs are constructed by adding the prefix of Mood to the Tense+Aspect and putting it at the end of a verb.

English The man was usually here. Gloss
Mwádrós Dróná 'áyé dhi dwó. /dɾɔna hajɛ ɖi dʷɔ/ Dróná(person+ Male ending) 'á(verb to be)+ yé (Indicative + Habitual Past) dhi(ACC) dwó(here)

Voicing and Number [Sèdáw yué Númé]

To turn a sentence into passive you add the following suffixes to the verb after the tense.

Number [Númé] Active [Sèdáw Kósál] Passive [Sèdáw Dókósál]
Singular [Ulá / Uláni / Ulámi] --- ó
Plural(Animate) [Ulámis] s/ ás ós
Plural(Inanimate) [Ulánis] sh/ ásh ósh
English

The apples were eaten by the man.

Gloss
Mwádrós Pómós qimérénósh dá Dróná. Póm(Apple) qimérénósh(eat + Past+ Perfecive + Passive) dá(Acc) Dróná(Person + Male).

Adverbs of Emotion [Mwáfélés Úlus] Edit

The language permits for a verb to have adverbs of emotion in this structure, they represent the emotions of the sayer in relation to the various parts of the sentence.

Emotion

(Subject not attached)

Subject Emotion

(Action attached)

Verb Affixes Emotion

(Object not attached)

Object Example
Yinil Yin qimér é - dhi Póm Yinil Gá Yinqiméré dhi Póm.
(I was Happy for me) I (I was Happy to eat) ate the Apple.

They can appear in 4 forms, Non-Affix for Subject and Object, Affix for the first attached to verb, Inter-affix for the next ones for the verbs. Word Form is a adjective form for an isolated noun.

Emotion [Úlus] Non-Affix Form Affix Form Word Form Inter-affix Form
Happiness Yinil Yin- Yinálè -in-
Sadness Dúnil Dún- Dúnálè -ún-
Anger Sènil Sèn- Sènálè -èn-
Scared Xánil Xán- Xánálè -án-
Trust Qénil Qén- Qénálè -én-
Surprise Kunil Kun- Kunálè -un-
Disgust Mónil Món- Mónálè -ón-

Syntax[ 'órdinókóx]Edit

'órdinókóx - Order(v) + Act(v)

The Affirmatives are SVO, Negatives are done by adding "dó" meaning not.

The Interrogatives are done by using the " 'ám" auxiliary verb in the interrogative mood if the main verb is in another mood.

Adjectives are put before the noun they modify.

Genitives are done with the following template (GEN+Object) + Possessor, Mwá drós - The People's Word or with the following template Possessor+GEN+Object, Drósmwá - The People's Word. In rare cases Genitives can be GEN+Object+Possessor, Mwádrós - The People's Word.

Lexicon [Áketáb]Edit

Áketáb - Lexicon(Word Book)

  • ‘á /ha/: be(v);
  • ‘ér /hɛɾ/: Good(adj);
  • ‘ézhár /hɛʒaɾ/: Fly(v);
  • ‘óka : Other;
  • ‘ómè : Human;
  • Á /a/: Word(n);
  • Áfélés : Adverb (Word + Verb);
  • Áérya /aɛɹjɐ/: Air(n) / Sky(n);
  • Anqéli /ɐnkʷɛli/ : Angel(n);
  • Bálé /balɛ/: Power(n);
  • Çhé /ʤɛ/: Prolative Case – Animate;
  • Dá /da/: Accusative/Dative case - Animate Male;
  • Dé /dɛ/: Accusative/Dative case - Animate Female;
  • Deimo /deɪmo/: Demon(n);
  • Démni : Dignity;
  • DHá /ɖa/: Accusative/Dative case - Inanimate Male;
  • DHé /ɖɛ/: Accusative/Dative case - Inanimate Female;
  • DHi /ɖi/: Accusative/Dative case - Inanimate Neutral;
  • Di /di/: Accusative/Dative case - Animate Neutral;
  • Diré : Right(n) / a freedom provided by law or other power;
  • Dó /dɔ/: Not / Un- / Negative particle;
  • Dó’hér /dɔhɛɾ/: Bad(adj);
  • Dórá /dɔɾa/: Abessive case – Inanimate;
  • Dóvhár /dɔvaɾ/ /dɔbaɾ/: Unsullied(adj);
  • Drá /dɾa/: Abessive case - Animate Male;
  • Dré /dɾɛ/: Abessive case - Animate Female;
  • Dri /dɾi/: Abessive case - Animate Neutral;
  • Dró /dɾɔ/: person(n);
  • Du /du/: Vocative Case;
  • Dwó /dʷɔ/: Here(adv);
  • Egáli : Equal(adj);
  • Fá’ha /fahɐ/: live(v - irregular), Fá’ha when in Present and Future, Fá’h in the Past;
  • Gáya /gajɐ/ : Earth(n);
  • Glori /gloɹi/: Glory(n);
  • Kóx : Act(v);
  • Lá /la/: Instrumental Case - Animate Male;
  • Lé /lɛ/: Instrumental Case - Animate Female;
  • Li /li/: Instrumental Case - Animate Neutral;
  • Libé : free(adj);
  • Luna /lunɐ/ : Moon(n);
  • Mé /mɛ/: Limitative Case;
  • Pé /pɛ/: Head(n);
  • Póm /pɔm/: Apple(n);
  • Pózu(Informal) /pɔzu/, Pócu(Formal) /pɔtsu/: over / above / on top of something;
  • Qimér /kʷimɛɾ/: eat(v);
  • Rá /ra/: Instrumental Case - Inanimate;
  • Ráya : Reason(n);
  • Sér : Being(n);
  • SHir : Trust(v);
  • Tók /tɔk/: Age / Period / Era(n);
  • Tútè : All;
  • Twó /tʷɔ/: There(adv);
  • Twón /tʷɔn/: Yonder(adv);
  • VHár /vaɾ/ /baɾ/: Sullied(adj);
  • Vid : are born(v);
  • Vitém : Consience(n);
  • Vitu : Spirit;
  • Wámwé /wamʷɛ/: Consonant(n);
  • Yá /ja/: Equative Case - Inanimate;
  • Yámwé /jamʷɛ/: Vowel(n);
  • Yé /jɛ/: Prolative Case - Inanimate;
  • Yi(informal) /i/ , Yué(formal) /juɛ/: and(only for nouns not for entire sentences);
  • Yirma : Brother / Sister;
  • Zhá /ʒa/: Equative Case – Animate;

Example textEdit

English

The people of the Skies lived in the glory of the Sky until the Period of Earth.

Mwádrós Formal

Mwódrónis Áéryami fá'hénás áti dhi Mwoglori Áérya mé Mwótók Gáya.

/mʷɔdɾɔnis aɛɹjɐmi fahɛnas ati ɖi mʷogloɾi aɛɹjɐ mɛ mʷɔtɔk gajɐ/

Gloss Mwódrónis(GEN+Person+Animate+Neutral+Plural)

Áéryami(Sky+Inanimate+Plural)

fá'hénás(live+Past+Prefective+Animate+Plural)

áti(LOC)

dhi(ACC/DAT+Inanimate+Neutral)

Mwoglori(GEN+glory)

Áérya(Sky)

mé(LIM)

Mwótók(GEN+Age)

Gáya(Earth).

English Angels and demons were flying above my head.
Mwádrós Formal Anqélinis yué Deimonis 'ézhári'énás pócu di mwépé gá álix.

/ɐnkʷɛlinis juɛ deɪmɔnis hɛʒaɹiʔɛnas pɔtsu di mʷɛpɛ ga alix/

Mwádrós Informal

Anqélinis yi Deimonis 'ézhári'énás pózu di qám pé.

/ɐnkʷɛlinis i deɪmɔnis hɛʒaɹiʔɛnas pɔzu di kʷam pɛ/

Gloss Anqélinis(Angel+Animate+Neutral+Plural)

yué(and)

Deimonis(Demon+Animate+Neutral+Plural)

'ézhári'énás(fly+past+progressive+active+plural)

pócu(above)

di (ACC/DAT+Animate+Neutral)

mwépé(GEN+head)

gá(I formal)

English All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
Mwádrós Tútè 'ómès sérés vidá libé yué egáli rá démni yué rá dirés, Fós shiráósh rá ráya yué vitém, Fós kóxgwá rá mwivitu yirmanis di 'ókas álix.

/tytə hɔməs sɛɹɛs vida libɛ juɛ egali ra dɛmni juɛ ra diɹɛs / /fɔs ʃiɹaɔʃ ra rajɐ juɛ vitɛm / / fɔs kɔχgʷa ra mʷivitu iɾmɐnis di hɔkɐs alix/

Gloss Tútè 'ómès sérés(All human+plural being+plural) 'vidá (are born + present)

libé yué egáli (free and equal)

rá démni yué rá dirés, (with dignity and with right+plural)

Fós shiráósh rá (They trust+present+passive plural animate with)

ráya yué vitém,(reason and consience)

Fós kóxgwá (they act + subjunctive present)

rá mwivitu yirmanis (with spirit of brothers)

di 'ókas.(acc others)

álix(formal ending)

English Through (many) Perils until today he did not sleep.
Formal Mwádrós Tyúr Rhálés mé kyú, fó dó yipnósé álix.
Informal Mwádrós Tyúr Rhálés mé kyú, fá dó drózósé .
Gloss Tyúr Rhálés(Through Perils)

mé kyú,(until Today)

fó/fá (He Formal / He Informal)

dó yipnósé/drózósé (did not sleep : not sleep past simple) [yipnós - sleep formal(greek) /drózós - sleep informal(mwádrós)]

(álix) (formal ending)

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