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Name: Nøjælđǣŋglisc

Type: Inflectional

Alignment: Nominative-Accusative

Head Direction: Final

Number of genders: 1

Declensions: Yes

Conjugations: Yes

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


Nøjālđǣŋglisc (or New Old English) is a language quite similar to English, except it borrows words, phrases and other grammatical aspects from other Germanic languages, such as declension and conjugation.

It was created in early 2010 by Chris Boyd.


This is the NOE alphabet:

Aa Āā Ää Åå Bb C Dd Đđ ð Ee Ēē Gg (Hh) Ii Īī Jj Kk Ll Mm M̄m̄ Nn Ŋŋ Oo Øø Ōō Pp Rr Ss Tt Þþ Uu Ūū Vv Ww Yy Ȳȳ Ýý

The NOE Alphabet
Aa a, ɑ
Āā ɑ:
Ää (or Ææ) æ
Åå ɔ:
Bb b
Cc k
Dd d
Đđ d
ð ð
Ee e, ɛ
Ēē ɛ:
Gg g
Hh h
Ii i
Īī i:
Îî ɛi
Jj j
Kk k
Ll l
Mm m
M̄m̄ ɱ
Nn n
Ŋŋ ŋ, ɴ
Oo o, ɔ
Øø ø
Ōō o:, ɔ:
Pp p
Rr r, ʀ, ʁ
Ss s, ʃ
Tt t, d
Þþ θ, t, ð
Uu u, ʊ
Ūū u:
Vv v, f
Ww w
Yy y
Ȳȳ y:
Ýý ʏ


All consonants are allowed to cluster except if the second letter is a ð, ŋ, m̄ or đ.

The only vowel clusters allowed are eo and ēo.

Basic GrammarEdit



First DeclensionEdit

Hus - house

Singular Dual Plural
Nominative hus husa husn
Genitive huss husas husen
Accusative hus husa husn
Dative husø husä husan
Second DeclensionEdit

Îgr - dignity

Singular Dual Plural
Nominative îgr îgra îgrn
Genitive îgrs îgras îgren
Accusative îgre îgres îgran
Dative îgrø îgrå îgrä
Third DeclensionEdit

Germänna - Germany

Singular Dual Plural
Nominative Germänna Germänne Germännen
Genitive Germännas Germännes Germännis
Accusative Germänna Germänne Germännen
Dative Germännî Germännîs Germännîten


All verb infinitives end in -r. They are conjugated according to person and tense. Only one verb, ēr (to be) is conjugated according to animacy as well. The third person singular comprises of he, she and it. The third person plural comprises of they (female) and they (male). There is also a fourth person, meaning “one”, which can also be used in place of “we” in questions, i.e. “Shall one go?” instead of “Shall we go?"

There are three tenses in NOE: present, preterite and future.

gennr - to go

I You He She It One We You They(m) They(f)
Present genna gennas gennat gennet gennit genne gennøm gennats gennata gennasa
Preterite gena genas genat genet genit gene genøm genats genata genasa
Future før gennis fas gennis fat gennis fet gennis fit gennis fene gennis fenøm gennis fenats gennis fenata gennis fenasa gennis

ēr - to be (inanimate)

I You He She It One We You They (m) They (f)
Present ima is iset isat ist im imis imys imet imat
Preterite øma øs øset øsat øst øm ømis ømys ømet ømat
Future yma ys yset ysat yst ym ymis ymys ymet ymat

ēder - to be (animate)

I You He She It One We You They (m) They (f)
Present edima edis ediset edisat edist edim edimis edimys edimet edimat
Preterite edøma edøs edøset edøsat edøst edøm edømis edømys edømet edømat
Future edyma edys edyset edysat edyst edym edymis edymys edymet edymat


Welcome Ƿǣlcomm

Hello Hællø

Good morning Gøde mōrgne

Good afternoon Gøde æftermōrgne

Good evening Gøde hilþ

Goodnight Gøde nācte

Goodbye Leŋgle

How are you? Cør edis?

Long time no see! Er hǣđ vōll scicse ve i u diŋga ic!

What’s your name? Ƿæt endet rūre næm?

Where are you from? Vrøm ūc ellegys?

Pleased to meet you Endima frøj dy génnr (d(y)/(‘)) u/ū/ulle/rū

Good luck Gøde frōlic

Cheers Lißseloþre

Good health Rūre alsic

Bon appetit Gøde apetīt

Bon voyage Gøde trīpp

Excuse me (to pass through) Mī læssegirys

Excuse me (to reiterate speech) ßcỷlde?

Sorry (apology) Scæme

Sorry (to pass through) Scæma

Sorry (to reiterate speech) Scæmegirys?

How much is this? Høj fyle costist?

Please Næmiŋg

Thank you Đankima

Where’s the toilet? Ƿære endist scie ðe tøjlette?

Get well soon Scarū gødem đervette

Would you like to dance? Vørdis dansr?

I love you I helþ u

Trouble understanding

I don’t understand (I) þo delenđøma

Please say that again Næmiŋg, ƿe-lic ðyss

Please speak more slowly Næming, palegire mør lent

Please write it down Næming, skrỷpte it.

How do you say...? Hø̄ endist saġeđ ðe vørd......?

Do you speak...? Læss(is/imys) u/rū....?


Leave me alone! Læjve mig!

Help! Hjǣlp!

Fire! Elkiŋg børnet!

Stop! Kéŋg!

Call the police! Kø̄l ðe Polis!


It’s all Greek to me (Er) endist āll Grēc sy mig.

It’s raining cats and dogs (Er) plør kåm käßse ænđ kanīne

A few sandwiches short of a picnic Lēgen arrāmelġescing

When pigs fly Væn ðe scƿynt fliegemet

Out of sight, out of mind Meggesig, hjøllersig.

It’s a small world ‘Ne minnä ginþa (ist)


Who? Kie?

What? Vic?

Which? Vince?

Where? Vø̄?

Why? Ƿǣ?

When? Væn?

How? Hø̄?

How much? Hø̄ vol?

How many? Hø̄ voln?

Because… Cūr

Days of the week

Monday Montag

Tuesday Dørtag

Wednesday Þertag

Thursday Hvärtag

Friday Vingtag

Saturday Sabaþ̱e

Sunday Sontag

Months and seasons

January Janƿar

February Färƿar

March Marc

April Aƿelle

May Mæje

June Joni

July Jøli

August Aƿuguṡt

September Helþembre

October Øktombre

November Nøvæmbre

December Decsæmbre

Spring Ƿe-nove

Summer Inke

Autumn Autúmn

Winter Ƿæntr



Next Nikst

Before Prø

Previous Prikst

Yesterday Hērle

Tomorrow Nikstag

In ______ days’/hours’/minutes’ time Als(e) _____ (dæg/ør/minut)’ne

_______ days/hours/minutes ago Prø _____ (dæg/ør/minut)’ne

At ______ o’clock Væn ist cér’ør ______


Cardinal Ordinal

1 Ajn Anßse

2 Doße

3 Þrie Þrieđe

4 Fōr Forþe

5 Fỷnþ Fỷnþe

6 Seks Sekþe

7 Set Setþe

8 Øjt Øjte

9 Nin Ninte

10 Þin Þinte

11 Ølf Ølfse

12 Døv Døve

13 Þintrie Þintriete

14 Þinfōr Þinfōrte

15 Þinfỷnþ Þinfỷnþe

20 Døþin Døþinte

30 Trieþin Trieþinte

40 Fōrþin Fōrþinte

50 Fỷnþin Fỷnþinte

60 Sekþin Sekþinte

70 Setþin Setþinte

80 Øjtþin Øjtþinte

90 Ninþin Ninþinte

100 Hunðart Hunðarte

200 Døhunðart Døhunðarte

300 Triehunðart Triehunðarte

400 Fōrhunðart Fōrhunðarte

500 Fỷnhunðart Fỷnhunðarte

600 Sekhunðart Sekhunðarte

700 Sethunðart Sethunðarte

800 Øjthunðart Øjthunðarte

900 Ninhunðart Ninhunðarte

1000 Þøsant Þøsante

2000 Døþøsant Døþøsante

3000 Trieþøsant Trieþøsante

4000 Fōrþøsant Fōrþøsant

5000 Fỷnþøsant Fỷnþøsante

6000 Sekþøsant Sekþøsante

7000 Setþøsant Setþøsante

8000 Øjtþøsant Øjtþøsante

9000 Ninþøsant Ninþøsante

10000 Þinþøsant Þinþøsante

100000 Hunðartþøsant Hunðartþøsante

Million Miljōn Miljōnte***

Billion Biljōn Biljōnte***

Trillion Triljōn Triljōnte***

Quadrillion Fōrtiljōn Fōrtiljōnte***

  • The system of counting is similar to English. To say 9876, say the word for nine thousand, then eight hundred, then seventy and then six.
      • One million and further is written in short scale, i.e.

1 million 1,000,000

1 billion 1,000,000,000

1 trillion 1,000,000,000,000

1 quadrillion 1,000,000,000,000,000

Long scale terms are as follows:

1 millard Millarđ Millarđe 1,000,000,000

1 billion Loŋgbiljōn Loŋgbiljōnte 1,000,000,000,000

1 billard Billarđ Billarđe 1,000,000,000,000,000

1 trillion Loŋgtriljōn Loŋgtriljōnte 1,000,000,000,000,000,000

1 trillard Trillarđ Trillarđe 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

1 quadrillion Loŋgfōrtiljōn Loŋgfōrtiljōnte 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

1 quadrillard Fōrtillarđ Fōrtillarđte 1,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000,000

To give you an example of how the counting system works...

1997 Þøsantninhunðartninþinset Þøsant-ninhunðart-ninþin-set

2478 Døþosantfōrhunðartsetþinøjt Døþøsant-fōrhunðart-setþin-øjt

944th Ninhunðartfōrþinfōrþe Ninhunðart-fōrþin-fōrþe

For a shorter way to say dates, say them as so:

1997 Nineteen-ninety-seven Þinninninþinset /θɪnːɪnˑɪnˑθɪnsɛt/

2478 Twenty-four-seventy-eight Døþinfōrsetþinøjt /døθɪnfɤrsɛtθɪnøjt/

Example textEdit

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