Quilnian is a language constructed for an ancient culture in a world of my creation.
Latin Script: a, e, i, o, u , da, de, di, do, du, ga, ge, gi, go, gu, ha, he, hi, ho, hu, ka, ke, ki, ko, ku, la, le, li, lo, lu, l, ma, me, mi, mo, mu, na, ne, ni, no, nu, n, pa, pe, pi, po, pu, ra, re, ri, ro, ru, r, sa, se, si, so, su, ta, te, ti, to, tu, va, ve, vi, vo, vu , ya, ye, yi, yo, yu
Nouns are divided into three classes (personal, idea, and object) and have two cases (subject and object). Number is indicated by verb conjugation.
Personal nouns are nouns that can be used to descibe people. They end in 'ge', 'gu', 'se', 'su', 'ye', 'yi' or 'yu', in subject case. '-n' is added for object case.
Idea nouns are nouns used to describe abstract concepts. They end in a double consonant ('nn', 'rr', etc).
Object nouns are nouns used to describe anything physical that is not human. They end in 'ga', 'go', 'sa', 'so', 'ya' or 'yo', in subject case. '-n' is added for object case .
Pronouns work the same as in English. All pronouns (except for interrogative) can only be used in place of personal or object nouns.
Personal Pronouns Edit
All except for 'it (object)' and 'they (objects)' are personal nouns. Those two exceptions are object nouns.
First Person Edit
These are pronouns including the speaker. In other words, 'I, we (including the one to whom you are speaking), and we (not including the one to whom you are speaking)'
|I||we (including listener)||we (not including listener)|
Second Person Edit
The second person is the person to whom you are talking. In other words, 'you (singular) and you (plural)'
|you (singular)||you (plural)|
Third Person Edit
The third person is whomever or whatever you are talking about. They are, 'he, she, it (gender-neutral), it (object), they (gender-neutral), and they (objects)'.
|he||she||it (gender-neutral)||it (object)||they (gender-neutral)||they (objects)|
Indefinite Pronouns Edit
Interrogative Pronouns Edit
Verbs are those words describing an action or a state of being. All verbs are conjugated according to singular/plural and tense. All verbs end in 'r' in the infinitive.
To indicate tense, a prefix is added to the verb
er n: will be
apper: he,she,it will appear; he,she,it will come
ger: he,she,it says
ser n: they will start
daer n: he,she,it will fightcaer n: he,she,it will stand
1-10: kele, rule, mele, torle, gile, sile, vale, hele, nile, dal
kelevallann: one thousand years
talkonsa: the world
vueron: they will be
vupaern: he,she,it will appear; he,she,it will come
gern: he,she,it says
vuseron: they will start
konver: to converge
lunn: the end
vukaern: he,she,it will stand
vudaern: will fight
tamen: the sake
Hone, caern nul (time, stand still)
Eylo (I destroy or create)
Fo kelsevalann, talkonsa vueron dudeteron.
Thay, Eyla vuappern e gern detovem to kelyu.
Oa gern pusla, thay talkonsas vuseron conver e lans t hone vuappern.
Na lans t hone, hone vucaern nul e ame nusenk vudaern zo tanem to talkonsa.