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Name: Voslia

Type: Unknown

Alignment:

Head Direction:

Number of genders: 3

Declensions: No

Conjugations: Yes

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

Voslia is a constructed language spoken in the fictional country of Voslith located in northern Europe.

Voslia features a dictionary of a little over 450 words (and counting), pretty simple grammar compared to the old version of old Voslia, and has a much smaller character set.

Character Set Edit

Voslia contains 20 consonants and 10 vowels.

CONSONANTS: B, C, D, Ph, G, H, J, K, L, M, N, Ng, P, R, S, T, V, Y

VOWELS: A, AA, E, I, II, O, U, UU, AI, AU

Voslia also has 2 script choices: Latin and Devanagari.

Rules Edit

Voslia has various rules, both with sentence creation and phonotactic rules.

  • A word cannot start with a vowel.
  • A consonant cannot survive around other consonants. (In other words, 2 consonants can't be next to each other)
  • 'Ng' can only be used with the vowels 'A' and 'AU'
  • Nouns before numbers.

Verbs Edit

In Voslia, there are 5 classes of verbs, and 6 ways to conjugate. Voslia verbs are never irregular.

The 5 Verb Classes Edit

First class is -Ti verbs. To explain conjugation, I will use the verb; Keroti, meaning "To Kick"

Model Edit

VERB: I Forme, You Forme, He Forme, She Forme, We Forme, They Forme

Keroti: Kerota, Kerote, Kerotai, Kerotu, Keroto, Kerotau

Second class is -Da verbs. To explain conjugation, I will use the verb; Sozada, meaning "To Drink"

The model has not changed.

Sozada: Sozadi, Sozade, Sozadai, Sozadu, Sozado, Sozadau

Third class is -Ju verbs. To explain conjugation, I will use the verb; Chemaju, meaning "To Feed"

The model has not changed.

Chemaju: Chemaja, Chemaje, Chemajai, Chemajaa, Chemajo, Chemajau

Fourth class is -Ba verbs. To explain conjugation, I will use the verb; Kiba, meaning "To Jump"

The model has not changed.

Kiba: Kibi, Kibe, Kibai, Kibu, Kibo, Kibau

Last class is -Go verbs. To explain conjugation, I will use the verb; Jeligo, meaning "To Explain"

The model has not changed

Jeligo: Jeligi, Jelige, Jeligai, Jeligu, Jeligii, Jeligau

Tenses Edit

In Voslia, tenses are simple. There are only past, present, and future tenses. For these examples, I will use the verb; Chapeti, meaning "To Swim"

Present Tense Edit

I am swimming. - Chapeyata.

You are swimming. - Chapeyate.

He is swimming. - Chapeyatai.

She is swimming. - Chapeyatu.

We are swimming. - Chapeyato.

They are swimming. - Chapeyatau.

Past Tense Edit

I swam. - Chaperuta.

You swam. - Chaperute.

He swam. - Chaperutai.

She swam. - Chaperutu.

We swam. - Chaperuto.

They swam. - Chaperutau.

Future Tense Edit

The future tense in Voslia does not work like the past or present tenses at all. Here's an example on how to use the furure tense.

All are conjugated with the model: (Subject) will (conjugated verb).

I am going to swim. / I will swim. - Ga nuja chapeta.

You are going to swim. / You will swim. - Cha nuja chapete.

He is going to swim. / He will swim. - Gali nuja chapetai.

She is going to swim. / She will swim. - Chalii nuja chapetu.

We are going to swim. / We will swim. - Bai nuja chapeto. (Inclusive) Kaanu nuja chapeto. (Exclusive)

They are going to swim. / They will swim. - Detai nuja chapetau.

Nouns & Pronouns Edit

Voslia's Basic Pronouns Edit

I - Ga

You - Cha

He - Gali

She - Chalii

It - Se

We (Inclusive) - Bai

We (Exclusive) - Kaanu

They - Detai

Noun Functions Edit

Nouns behave the same as they do in English. However, unlike in English, all knows pluralize the same. Here are a list of 10 nouns both in their singular forme followed by their plural forme.

Model: Singluar / Plural

  1. Nede / Nedesa (Pole / Poles)
  2. Mutose / Mutosesa (Spoon / Spoons)
  3. Vule / Vulesa (Hat / Hats)
  4. Dedu / Dedusa (Cat / Cats)
  5. Yana / Yanasa (Eraser / Erasers)
  6. Patayo / Patayosa (Heart / Hearts)
  7. Sanya / Sanyasa (Man / Men)
  8. Novunovu / Novunovusa (Novel / Novels)
  9. Buja / Bujasa (Road / Roads)
  10. Reneta / Ranetasa (Syndrome / Syndromes)

As you can tell, all nouns are made plural by adding a -sa suffix to the end of them.

Numbers Edit

Numbers in Voslia are rather simple. However, they aren't very easy to remember.

  1. Muthi
  2. Duchi
  3. Kota
  4. Lija
  5. Cetida
  6. Phali
  7. Jakau
  8. Gapa
  9. Hithaphi
  10. Rata
  11. Munu
  12. Dula
  13. Soceni
  14. Likaja
  15. Tidemo
  16. Phanudo
  17. Jakajuu
  18. Gachi
  19. Hitini
  20. Duchirata

Numbers that are not divisible by 10 that follow twenty have a formula that is "number followed by a suffix" I will be using 4 for all of these examples.

20's - Add "Phiba"

24 - Lijaphiba

30's - Add "Ceto"

34 - Lijazeto

40's - Add "Ceda"

44 - Lijaceda

50's - Add "Kana"

54 - Lijakana

60's - Add "Seta"

64 - Lijaseta

70's - Add "Bale"

74 - Lijabale

80's - Add "Yoko"

84 - Lijayoko

90's - Add "Dulo"

94 - Lijadulo

For numbers divisible by 10 after twenty, take the first digit of the number then add the word "Rata." The same goes for any number beyond.

100. Gitathe

1000. Bayechu

1 Million - Nataiphuu

1 Billion - Bilatona

1 Trillion - Turidayu

1 Quadrillion - Kaudorili

Oridinal Numbers Edit

When using oridinal numbers, you have to add Bu- before a number.

First - Bumuthi

Second - Buduchi

Third - Bukota

Fourth - Bulija

Fifth - Bucetida

Tenth - Burata

Twentieth - Buduchirata

Twenty-fifth - Bucetidaphiba

Thirtieth - Bukotarata

Fiftieth - Bucetidarata

One-Hundreth - Bugitathe

One-Thousandth - Bubayechu

Four-Thousand Three Hundred and Eighty-Sixth - Bulijabayechukotagitathephaliyoko

Let's Break That Big Number Down!

Bu - Oridinal Prefix

Lija (4) x Bayechu (1,000) = Lijabayechu (4,000)

Kota (3) x Gigathe (100) = Kotagitathe (300)

Lijabayechu + Kotagigathe = Lijabayechukotagigathe (4,300)

Phali (6) + Yoko (apply 80) = Phaliyoko (86)

Lijabayechukotagigathe + Phaliyoko (4,386)

Lijabayechukotagigathephaliyoko (4,386) + Bu (#th)

Our final result is...

Bulijabayechukotagigathephaliyoko (4,386th)

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