Type hermetic
Alignment Active
Head direction Front
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders Male, Female, Neuter
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Words yes of 1500
Creator lowtide819


Okemunatel is spoken by the Okeman people in a world much like Earth. They tend not to linger on poetic notions, yet even a single word can convey the utmost detail. Th Okeman are a political nation with a focus on equality. Because of this, masculine and feminine traits are looked down upon and seen as a sign of weakness; succumbing to either extreme is viewed as a lack of control, the most revered trait of all. Neutrality and androgyne traits are praised as it shows complete balance between the two 'life forces' and allows for no bias.

Phonology Edit


Labial Coronal Dorsal Glottal
Denti -Alveolar Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Plosive Voiced p t k
Voiceless b g ʔ
Affricate Voiced j /dʒ/
Voiceless ch /tʃ/
Fricative Voiceless f

h@ /ɸ/

th /θ/ s sh /ʃ/ ch@ /x/
Voiced v dh


z zh /ʒ/ r@ /ʁ/
Rhotic Trill r” /r/ r~ /ʀ/ h! /ʢ/
Flap r' /ɾ/
Nasal m n ng /ŋ/
Approximant r /ɹ/ y /j/

h! /j̊/

Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap

Here are the consonants and their meanings:

p- Masculine

b- Soil/Time

f- Moon/Slow

v- Sun/Fast

m- Self/Retain

t- Legs/Travel

l- Famine/Poor/Lack of

th- Thought/Head/Knowledge

dh- Rock/Hard

r'- Food/Money/Excess

r"- Wind/Activeness

n- Hands/Create

r- Beast/Uncultured

s- Above/Positiveness

z- Ice/Passiveness

j- Feminine

ch- Eyes/Education

sh- Sibling/Combination/Duo

zh- Sound/Communication

y- Sideways/Less

r@- Gut/Spirit

g- Death/Stop

k- Fire/Power

ng- Under/Negativeness

h!- Clay/Body/Person

h@- Life/Begining

h- Water/Weakness

ch@- Secret/Hidden/Dark

ʔ- Neuter


Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High ő (bEEt) o͈ (bOOt)
Near-high ó (bIt) o̗ (bOOk)
High-mid o͓ (bAIt) o̖ (bOAt)
Mid o̅ (bUt) o̲ (pAW)
Low-mid ò (bEt)
Low o̽ (bAt) o̳ (pOt)

Every vowel has a meaning when used in making a noun or adjective. (I have listed these in order going down from the left.)

EE- Feminine

AI- Light

I- Small

E- Neuter

A- Young

U- Near

OO- Dark

OA- Big

O- Masculine

OO- Far

AW- Old


Each vowel must come before or after a consonant, and vice versa. No double vowels or double consonants.

Writing SystemEdit

Writing System











Sound p b m f v th dh t l ʔ








𝖴 Edit

ɥ Edit


Sound tapped r


rolled r










r k g s z n

h Edit






Ρ Edit



Sound sh zh ch j y voiceless








h voiceless velar fricative





Nouns are signified by the use of two consonants with one vowel after each.

Adjectives Edit

Adjectives are signified by the use of three consonants with one vowel before each.

Verbs Edit

Verbs are conjugated according to tense (Past, Past hypothetical, Past negative, Active, Active hypothetical, Active negative, Future, Future hypothetical, and Future Negative), and person (First person singular, Third person masculine singular, Third person neuter singular, Third person feminine singular, Second person singular, First person plural, Third person masculine plural, Third person neuter plural, Third person feminine plural, and Second person plural). Each hyphen represents a consonant inserted in between the vowels to signify the meaning of the verb.  

Verbs are signified by the use of four vowels with one consonant in between each. 

The first consonant signifies where the action is taking place, the second to signify the action/movement of the verb, and the last to signify the time 

1p. s 2 p. s 3 p. s (m) 3 p. s (n) 3 p. (f) 1 p. p 2 p. p 3 p. p (m) 3 p. p (n) 3 p. p (f)
Past Neg. O-O-O-O O-O-O-U O-O-O-A O-O-O-E O-O-O-I O-O-U-O O-O-U-U O-O-U-A O-O-U-E O-O-U-I
Past O-A-O-O O-A-O-U O-A-O-A O-A-O-E O-A-O-I O-A-U-O O-A-O-U O-A-U-A O-A-U-E O-A-U-I
Past Hypo. O-E-O-O O-E-O-U O-E-O-A O-E-O-E O-E-O-I O-E-U-O O-E-O-U O-E-U-A O-E-U-E O-E-U-I
Act. Neg. I-O-O-O I-O-O-U I-O-O-A I-O-O-E I-O-O-I I-O-U-O I-O-U-U O-E-U-A I-O-U-E I-O-U-I
Active I-A-O-O I-A-O-U I-A-O-A I-A-O-E I-A-O-I I-A-U-O I-A-O-U I-A-U-A I-A-U-E I-A-U-I
Act. Hypo. I-E-O-O I-E-O-U I-E-O-A I-E-O-E I-E-O-I I-E-U-O I-E-U-U I-E-U-A I-E-U-E I-E-U-I
Fut. Neg. A-O-O-O A-O-O-U A-O-O-A A-O-O-E A-O-O-I A-O-U-O A-O-U-U A-O-U-A A-O-U-E A-O-U-I
Future A-A-O-O A-A-O-U A-A-O-A A-A-O-E A-A-O-I A-A-U-O A-A-U-U A-A-U-A A-A-U-E A-A-U-I
Fut. Hypo. A-E-O-O A-E-O-U A-E-O-A A-E-O-E A-E-O-I A-E-U-O A-E-U-U A-E-U-A A-E-U-E A-E-U-I

Each consonant has a different meaning, making up different verbs when placed in different spaces. Because the first space for a consonant signifies the environment/location of the verb, the second space signifies a description of the action taking place, and the last space is an adjective describing the verb, 21,000+ verbs can be made.

Using the charts above, the verb 'he might run' would be ATER"OVA. The first A signifying the future, the T signifying the location of the verb (legs), the E signifying the hypothetical aspect of the verb, the R" signifying movement in the verb, the O showing that the subject is singular, the V signifying the fast movement, and the final A showing the perspective of 3rd person singular (masculine).


Okmunaatl uses an OVS sentence structure.


Words are built by the user, and there are no standard words for each meaning except in the court of law or any legal proceeding.

First Verbs

  1. be
    1. H@-ʔ-ʔ
  2. there is
    1. IʔAʔOʔE
  3. have
    1. M-R’-H!
  4. do
    1. H@-
  5. go
  6. want
  7. can
  8. need
  9. think
  10. know
  11. say
  12. like
  13. speak
  14. learn
  15. understand


  1. that (as in “I think that…” or “the woman that…”)
  2. and
  3. or
  4. but
  5. because
  6. though
  7. so (meaning “therefore”; e.g. “I wanted it, so I bought it”)
  8. if


  1. of
  2. to
  3. from
  4. in
  5. at (a place)
  6. at (a time)
  7. with
  8. about
  9. like (meaning “similar to”)
  10. for (warning, this one has several meanings that you need to take care of)
  11. before (also as a conjunction)
  12. after (also as a conjunction)
  13. during

Question Words

  1. who
  2. what
  3. where
  4. when
  5. why
  6. how
  7. how much
  8. which


  1. a lot
  2. a little
  3. well
  4. badly
  5. only
  6. also
  7. very
  8. too (as in “too tall”)
  9. too much
  10. so (as in “so tall”)
  11. so much
  12. more (know how to say “more … than …”)
  13. less (know how to say “less … than …”)
  14. as … as … (e.g. “as tall as”)
  15. most
  16. least
  17. better
  18. best
  19. worse
  20. worst
  21. now
  22. then
  23. here
  24. there
  25. maybe
  26. always
  27. usually
  28. often
  29. sometimes
  30. never
  31. today
  32. yesterday
  33. tomorrow
  34. soon
  35. almost
  36. already
  37. still
  38. even
  39. enough


  1. this
  2. that
  3. good
  4. bad
  5. all
  6. some
  7. no
  8. any
  9. many
  10. few
  11. most
  12. other
  13. same
  14. different
  15. enough
  16. one
  17. two
  18. a few
  19. first
  20. next
  21. last (meaning “past”, e.g. “last Friday”)
  22. last (meaning “final”)
  23. easy
  24. hard
  25. early
  26. late
  27. important
  28. interesting
  29. fun
  30. boring
  31. beautiful
  32. big
  33. small
  34. happy
  35. sad
  36. busy
  37. excited
  38. tired
  39. ready
  40. favorite
  41. new
  42. right (meaning “correct”)
  43. wrong
  44. true


Know them in the subject (“I”), direct object (“me”), indirect object (“to me”), and possessive (“my”) forms.

  1. I
  2. you
  3. she
  4. he
  5. it
  6. we
  7. you (plural)
  8. they


If your language has grammatical gender, then learn each noun as “the [noun]” with “the” in the correct gender. (e.g. in Spanish, instead of learning language = “idioma”, learn language = “el idioma”.) This will help you remember the gender.

  1. everything
  2. something
  3. nothing
  4. everyone
  5. someone
  6. no one
  7. (name of the language you’re studying)
  8. English
  9. thing
  10. person
  11. place
  12. time (as in “a long time”)
  13. time (as in “I did it 3 times”)
  14. friend
  15. woman
  16. man
  17. money
  18. country
  19. (name of your home country)
  20. city
  21. language
  22. word
  23. food
  24. house
  25. store
  26. office
  27. company
  28. manager
  29. coworker
  30. job
  31. work (as in “I have a lot of work to do”)
  32. problem
  33. question
  34. idea
  35. life
  36. world
  37. day
  38. year
  39. week
  40. month
  41. hour
  42. mother, father, parent
  43. daughter, son, child
  44. wife, husband
  45. girlfriend, boyfriend

More Verbs

  1. work (as in a person working)
  2. work (meaning “to function”, e.g. “the TV works”)
  3. see
  4. use
  5. should
  6. believe
  7. practice
  8. seem
  9. come
  10. leave
  11. return
  12. give
  13. take
  14. bring
  15. look for
  16. find
  17. get (meaning “obtain”)
  18. receive
  19. buy
  20. try
  21. start
  22. stop (doing something)
  23. finish
  24. continue
  25. wake up
  26. get up
  27. eat
  28. eat breakfast (in several languages, this is a verb)
  29. eat lunch
  30. eat dinner
  31. happen
  32. feel
  33. create (aka “make”)
  34. cause (aka “make”)
  35. meet (meeting someone for the first time)
  36. meet (meaning “to bump into”)
  37. meet (an arranged meeting)
  38. ask (a question)
  39. ask for (aka “request”)
  40. wonder
  41. reply
  42. mean
  43. read
  44. write
  45. listen
  46. hear
  47. remember
  48. forget
  49. choose
  50. decide
  51. be born
  52. die
  53. kill
  54. live
  55. stay
  56. change
  57. help
  58. send
  59. study
  60. improve
  61. hope
  62. care


  1. hello
  2. goodbye
  3. thank you
  4. you’re welcome
  5. excuse me (to get someone’s attention)
  6. sorry
  7. it’s fine (response to an apology)
  8. please
  9. yes
  10. no
  11. okay
  12. My name is
  13. What’s your name?
  14. Nice to meet you.
  15. How are you?
  16. I’m doing well, how about you?
  17. Sorry? / What? (if you didn’t hear something)
  18. How do you say ______?
  19. What does ______ mean?
  20. I don’t understand.
  21. Could you repeat that?
  22. Could you speak more slowly, please?
  23. Well (as in “well, I think…”)
  24. Really?
  25. I guess that
  26. It’s hot. (talking about the weather)
  27. It’s cold. (talking about the weather)

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