Necarasso Cryssesa

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Necarasso Cryssesa
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative-accusative
Head direction Head-final
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders None
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 3%
Nouns 0%
Verbs 0%
Adjectives 0%
Syntax 0%
Words 1081 of 1500
Creator Fluffy8x

Classification and DialectsEdit

Necarasso Cryssesa is not based on any natural or constructed languages.



Bilabial Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Palatal Velar Dento-velar (?)
Nasal - m - n
Plosive p - t - d k - g
Fricative ɸ - β θ * - s - z ʃ - x * - x͡θ -
Affricate tʃ -
Approximant - ɹ - j
Lateral fric. ɬ * -
Lateral app. - l


  • /sj/ -> [ʃ]; /tj/ -> [tʃ]; /ɹj/ -> /j/
  • /si/ -> [ʃi]; /ti/ -> [tʃi]
  • phonemes with asterisks cannot occur word-initially
  • unvoiced consonants are aspirated


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
Close i / iː
Close-mid e o
Mid ~ ~
Open-mid ɛː ɔː
Open a


  • [e] and [ɛː] are allophonic
  • [o] and [ɔː] are allophonic
  • long vowels for /e/, /a/, and /o/ occur word-finally, or before a vowel, approximant, or lateral fricative


The basic form for a word is usually C_0(NC)*N_t. C_0 is a consonant, N is short for AVA (A, in turn, is an approximant or a nasal) and N_t is an ending. The only permitted endings (accounting for palatalization) are -a, -e, -i, -o, -as, -es, -is, -os, -ys, -an, -en, -on, -yn, -ja, -jo, -jas, -jos, -jan, -jon, -ass, -ess, -yss, -erss, -el, -yl, -ad, and -yd.

Writing SystemEdit

Letter c e n v o s r l m a f g
Sound k e n β o s ɹ l m a ɸ g
Letter p t i y d * h j š č
Sound p t i d x j ʃ
Letter ll ss css
Sound ɬ θ x͡θ
  • * devoiced word-finally



Nouns are declined by number and case.

Number declensions Edit

Number declensions are applied before case declensions.

Ending of singular Dual Plural
-a* -ar -o
-el -or -jon
-e -ir -i
-e* -yr e -> y
-o -yn -an
-or -osor -el
-i*, -y* -er -illyr
Drop palatalization? Always Only if not supported by the new ending

Case declensions Edit

Oblique case is marked by changing the final consonant to <n>, or adding <-n> to a vowel-final word.

Noun constructs Edit

Constructs (nerillyr; sing. neri) can substitute certain postpositional phrases. There are fourteen such constructs in the language.


Verbs follow one of five conjugation patterns.

Because the full conjugation tables are large (they can be accessed here), this entry will give the patterns used to create such tables.

Indicative mood Edit

The nine endings for verbs ending in -ad are:

-a, -es, -e, -an, -esen, -en, -ess, -er, -i (corresponding to 1SG, 2SG, 3SG, 1DU, 2DU, 3DU, 1PL, 2PL, 3PL, respectively)

The nine endings for -yd verbs can be generated from this transformation on the final vowel: a <-> e; i <-> o. Therefore, they are:

-e, -as, -a, -en, -esan, -an, -ass, -ar, -o

These endings are used in the indicative mood.

Verbs ending in -ead or -ayd may result in double vowels. Separate them with <h>.

Subjunctive mood Edit

An infix is placed between the verb stem and the person-number ending. It is <-en-> for -ad verbs and <-es-> for -yd verbs.

For the dual number and verbs not ending in -ayd, the three endings instead are -era, -eres, and -ere (for -ad verbs) or -ere, -eras, -era (for -yd verbs). For those ending in -ayd, only the second-person dual ending is changed (to -enas).

Imperative mood Edit

-ad verbs:

Singular and plural: the <-en-> infix is replaced with <-ent->

Dual: the <r> of the ending is changed to <l>

-yd verbs:

Singular and plural: the <-es-> infix is replaced with <-et->, but in the first-person singular the infix is instead <-ep->

Dual: the <r> of the ending is changed to <l>, but in the first-person, the <-es-> infix is also <-ep>

-ayd verbs:

The <-es-> infix is replaced with <-et->, but in the first-person singular, first-person dual, and second-person dual, the infix is instead <-ep->.

Interrogative mood Edit

Verbs not ending in -ead or -ayd:

Same as indicative

-ead verbs:

First person singular and dual: -ea -> -ia; -ean -> -ian

Third-person plural: -ei -> -i

-ayd verbs:

First person singular and dual: -ae -> -ie, -aen -> -ien

Second-person dual: -aesan -> -iesan

Third-person plural: -ao -> io

Essyd (to exist) Edit

The verb essyd (to exist) conjugates irregularly:

  • indicative: ve, ves, vella, ven, vesen, vellan, veass, vellar, von
  • subjunctive: vese, vesas, vellesa, vesen, vesenes, vellesan, vehesass, vellesar, veson
  • imperative: vepe, vetas, velleta, vepen, vepenes, velletan, vehetass, velletar, veton
  • interrogative: ce, ces, cella, cen, cesen, cellan, ceass, cellar, gon



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