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Prytannic
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Type
Inflecting
Alignment
nominative-accusative
Head direction
initial
Tonal
No
Declensions
Yes
Conjugations
Yes
Genders
2
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect



General informationEdit

Pryannic is the language developed by a people who are decened primarly of british tribes and roman soldiers. After the romans left the prytannic people set up an indepenent kingdom in which they attempeted to conquer the picts and the scotti gaels in caledonia. They were defeated in battle by kenneth mac alpin. The Prytannic kingdom also united with the kingdom strathclyde until strathcylde became part of scotland and england. The prytannic kingdom was later was destroyed by norseman and so the people moved across England and settled across the land and also in cornwall and some migrated to britanny and normady.

PhonologyEdit

ConsonantsEdit

consonants with allophones
Bilabial Alveolar-apical 1 alveolar-lamino alveolar post Velar Glottal
Nasal M (nŋ)
Plosive  pʲ tʲ  tʲ  kʲ
voiced plosisve d̥  d̥  ɡ̊
Fricative ɸ s̺  ʃ xʷ h!/
β z ɹ̠
Affricate ts̺  ts̻ tʃ
Approximant ʍ l l j ɰ̊ 2
Trill r̥3/r  r
Flap or tap ᴅ4
Lateral fric. ɬ5
Lateral app.

1 the apical consonants appear before or after alveolar-palatal as well as front/near front vowelsEdit

ʍ becomes ɰ̊ between vowels

3 r becomes r̥ after voiced consonants in some speech

4 r becomes ᴅ intially in a word

ɬ appears in welsh and cumbric loan words

Changes from Latin to Prytannic

-voiceless plosives become palatised during 400 AD

-emergance of apical consonants during 430 AD

-slack voiced consonants and labio-dental consonants merge with bilabial during 500 AD

-kʷ becomesxʷ in 540 AD and 

-the ᴅ is considered to not be ɾ but some say it is the same in 600 AD

- w between voiceless is unrounded between vowels during 660 AD

-ʒ becomes ɹ̠ in 670 AD and h starts to be either dropped or made harsher

-r̥ is introduced due to welsh influence in 680 AD as well as ɬ



Vowels  Edit

Front Central back
Close
Close-mid õ
Open-mid œ̃ ɞ̃
Open ã

                                                                                                              Edit

Front Central Back
Close i/y u
Close-mid e ɤ o
Open-mid œ ɞ
Open a


ɒ̈

[ai̯] ai [au̯] au
[ei̯] ei [eu̯] eu
[õi] oin [ẽi] ein
[ɛi̯] ĕi [ɛu̯] ĕu
[ɔi̯] io [uo] ou
[oi̯] oi [əu̯] uĕ
[ui̯] ui


AlphabetEdit

ah āh bah ci ca Çon deh ewu eĕ fen gen hon ii yw aj ka la lo
A a Ā ā B b C c Ç ç D d E e Ĕ ĕ f g h i Į į j k l ll p q R r Rh rh s Ș ș T t Ţ ţ U u Ŭ ŭ v w x y z
/a/

ɒ̈/

// /k/ /tʃ/ /tʃ/ // /ɞ/ /e/ ɸ ɡ̊ h! i y ɹ̠ kʲ l pʲ xʷ r /s̻/ /s̺/ ʃ tʲ

/ts̻/ 

/ts̺/

u ɤ β

ʍ

ɰ̊

ks j z

sound changes Edit

PhonotacticsEdit

GrammarEdit

Gender Cases Numbers Tenses Persons Moods Voices Aspects
Verb No No No No No No No No
Nouns No No No No No No No No
Adjectives No No No No No No No No
Numbers No No No No No No No No
Participles No No No No No No No No
Adverb No No No No No No No No
Pronouns No No No No No No No No
Adpositions No No No No No No No No
Article No No No No No No No No
Particle No No No No No No No No

NounsEdit

There are two genders in prytannic masculine and femine, the case must agree to gender and so must the adjectives as well as the verbs. The nouns are all suffixs.                            

Definiteness

Case

masculine

Femine

Singular

Plural

Singular

Plural

Indefinite

Nominative

ŭ

ĕ

a

i

Accusative

u

į

ai

ei

Genitive

oș

euç

uij

uĕf

instrumental

o

aif

eim

au

locative

ā

io

ow

al

Vocative

ui

oi

el

eia

dative

oin

ein

ĕu

oi

Definite

Nominative

on an en ĕn

Accusative'

aus ioș eș am

Genitive

instrumental

locative

vocative

Dative'

VerbsEdit

SyntaxEdit

VocabularyEdit

english Prytannic gloss
Hello Sauluçu
yes ţi
no on
please muina pallu kind hand
thank you kind forgivce

Example textEdit

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