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Nialidipoda is a language created by DarkSuicune2000. It has similarities to Spanish, Esperanto, and English. It's name literally means "beautiful language" with no space in between. Nialidipoda has approximately 0 native speakers. This language was made as a personal conlang.

AlphabetEdit

Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L
Sound ah be say day e fay go he ee jay kay el
Letter M N Ñ O P QU R S T U V W
Sound em en eñeh o pe queh re se te oo vay wah
Letter X Y Z
Sound equis ye zee

If ñ isn't available on the keyboard, it is acceptable to write "ny" instead. Nuñe could be spelled nunye. Ensaño can be spelled ensanyo.

GrammarEdit

Adjectives go before the noun. For the example, Shmargose mean long, spynto means book.

Shmargose spynto

Long book

Sentence structure goes subject verb object.

Di lispi ja.

I kiss her.

Definite article is "ta" which means "the" and the indefinite article is "ahn" which means "a, an"

The baby eats an orange.

Ta nuñe conesumed ahn narnanha.

NounsEdit

Nouns stand for people, places, things, and ideas. They have no specific ending and you do not have to change an adjective to plural if a noun is plural.

Examples:

Shmargose spyntos - Long books
Shmargose spynto - Long book

Ta nia lidipoda - The beautiful language
Ta nia lidipodas - The beautiful languages

Places almost always end in "-tora" in fact, the word "place" is tora.

Examples:

tora - place

comunitora - community

montora - world

conitora - country

totora - town

mitora - house

tempmitora - apartment

spyntora - library

VerbsEdit

Nialidipoda/Dictionary

Pronouns

Di - I
Fu - You
Jo/Ja - He /She
Et - It
Difu - We
Feru - You (plural)
Jos/Jas - They


Infinitives end in -ar

Arar - to be

Present tense
Replace the "-ar with one of these endings=

Present Tense Singular Plural
I, we -i -isu
You -u -urma
He, she, they -ed -edes

I am... - Di ari...
You are.../You're - Fu aru...
He is... - Jo ared...
She is... - Ja ared...
It is... - Et ared...
We are... - Difu arisu...
You all are... - Feru arurma...
They are... Jos aredes...

Past tense

Past Tense Singular Plural
I, we -if -isufe
You -uf -urfe
He, she, they -eduf -edefe

I was... - Di arif...
You were... - Fu aruf...
He was... - Jo areduf...
She was... - Ja areduf...
We were... - Difu arisufe...
You all were... - Feru arurfe...
They were... - Jos aredefe...

Future tense

To do future tense, put the word "suned" between the pronoun and the verb. "Suned" means will.

I will be... - Di suned ari...

Near future tense
Use the verb "royar - to go" for the near future tense. Royar + infinitive

I am going to eat.
Di royi conesumar.

Conditional tense
To use conditional tense, put the word "wene" between the pronoun and the verb. "Wene" means would.

I would clean it!
Di wene licimi et!

Possessive adjectivesEdit

my - belmi
your - belu
his - beljo
her - belja
our - buar
their - beljos/beljas

Other ways to show possession.

Ta zanoda rin John. - The carrot of John. John's carrot.

Beljo zanoda. - His carrot.

SyntaxEdit

TBA

LexiconEdit

TBA

Example textEdit

TBA

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