| Proto Krūvtah|
|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Classification and DialectsEdit
Phonology for the 'MuricanEdit
Phonology by Kauf
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|Plosive||p b||t d||k g|
|Fricative||s||ʐ (r1)||x||ɦ (h)|
|Affricate||ts (c) tx|
|Flap or tap|
- allophone of [r] before obstruents and [j]: <tъrd> [tɤʐd], <ryem> [ʐjɛ:m]
|Close||i: (i)||ɨ: (y)||u: (u)|
|Mid||ɛ: (e)||ɤ (ъ)|
|æ (æ)||ɐ (a)|
There are no diphthongs, only vowel/semivowel combinations. The second form of each vowel is how they combine with [j] (note this orthography is merely to keep in line with Cyrillic tradition, it does not mark palatalization in the usual sense)
Vowel phonemes come in short-long pairs that contrast qualitatively (i-ь, e-æ, y-a, u-ъ, o-a), note that both y and o alternate with a.
Stress is mobile & phonemic, similar to Eastern Slavic languages.
Any onset consists of at least one consonant of any type.
Overall, the syllable structure is (C)(C)CV(C)(C). Three-consonant onsets consist of either two plosives and a liquid or a fricative, plosive, and a liquid. Two-consonant onsets can consist of any two consonants of any type, but these can't be of the same type and PoA.
A coda can consist of any two consonants, but these can't be of the same type and PoA.