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The Perso-Occidental language is still undergoing construction of its foundation. Some details may be inconsistent. Comments and concerns are welcome. Seriously though, if you edit this page without my permission, I will find you...
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Perso-Occidental
Parânsavi
Type
Agglutinative
Alignment
Nominative-Accusative (?)
Head direction
Initial
Tonal
No
Declensions
No
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
Neutral
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect


Perso-Occidental (natively Parânsavi [ˌpæ.ɾɒ̃ː.sæˈvi]) is an artificial creole between Persian and some western European languages, created in 2015 by Aryo Nazaradeh. It is meant to resemble a rendition of Persian, as though it were a prominent language in western continental Europe, on its own.

Perso-Occidental is an SOV, head-initial language that uses of postpositions. Its vocabulary is primarily based on the Persian language, with many Gallic and Germanic borrowings as well.

Phonology

Inventory

Consonants

   Bilabial Alveolar Pre-Velar Velar Uvular Glottal
Stop p b t d t͡ʃ d͡ʒ k ɡ ɢ ʔ
Fricative f v s z ʃ ʒ    χ h
Nasal m n ɲ ŋ
Flap    ɾ            
Approximant    l j           

Vowels

   Front Back
Close i u
Close-mid ø
Mid o̞ õ̞
     
Open   æ æ̃    ɒ ɒ̃

Chart

Leerish can be written in one of two possible scripts: the Latin script, and the Leerish script. The Latin variant includes 17 letters and 11 multigraphs, each representing one unique phoneme. The Leerish script includes 14 letters, most of which can be "squished" together to act like multigraphs.

Letters
Latin script Name IPA Example,

meaning

Aa â

[ɒ]

/æ/
Bb be

[be̞]

/b/
Cc se

[se̞]

/s, k/
Dd de

[de̞]

/d/
Ee e

[e̞]

/e̞, ø/
Ff ef

[e̞f]

/f/
Gg ge

[ɡə]

/ɡ, ʒ/
Hh hâš

[hɒʃ]

/h/
Ii i

[i]

/i/
Jj jim

[d͡ʒĩm]

/d͡ʒ ʒ/
Kk

[kɒ]

/k/
Ll el /l/
Mm em /m/
Nn en /n/
Oo o
Pp pe

[pʰe̞]

/p/
Qq qu

[ku]

/k/
Rr er /ɾ/
Ss es /s/
Tt te

[tʰe̞]

/t/
Uu u /u/
Vv ve

[ve̞]

/v/
Ww double ve

[dublœve̞]

/v/
Xx ix

[iks]

/χ, z, ks, gz/
Yy ipsilon

[ipsilõ̞]

/j/ yed [jəd]

"memory"

Zz zât

[zɒt]

/z/
Multigraphs
Latin script

Name

(Latin script)

IPA Example,

meaning

Pf pf pes fes

[pʰəs ɸəs]

Bv bv be ve

[bə βə]

Ts ts tes ses

[tʰəs səs]

Dz dz de ze

[də zə]

Lh lh le he

[lə hə]

Jh jh je he

[ʝə hə]

Klh klh kes le he

[kʰəs lə hə]

Gjh gjh ge je he

[ɡə ʝə hə]

Kh kh kes he

[kʰəs hə]

Rh rh re he

[rə hə]

Hh hh1 he he

[hə hə]

  1. <Hh hh>1 never appears at the beginning of a word.

Allophonic variants

Phonotactics

Grammar

Writing systems

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