|Nouns decline according to...|
|Verbs conjugate according to...|
Romplan is an experimental conlang designed to test out two phonological (free Phonotactics and a small phoneme inventory) and two grammatical features (direct-inverse and aspect/tense combinations).
- /n/ becomes homorganic with any following consonant.
- /p/ and /k/ voice intervocalically, whereas /t/ becomes a flap [ɾ] (unless word-initial).
- /p/ and /t/ become fricatives [ɸ] and [s] when adjacent to another phonemic stop.
- /p/ and /t/ become voiced fricatives before voiced consonants.
- /ɬ/ voices between any two voiced phones.
- /ɹ/ r-colors any previous vowel.
- /ɹ/ and /n/ may be syllabic, and even stressed.
- The high vowels lower to close-mid in stressed closed syllables, become semivowels when unstressed and vowel-adjacent, and lax when unstressed elsewhere.
- /i/ also laxes before /ɹ/.
- /ɐ/ backs to [ɑ] before /ɹ/.
- The sequences /ɐi/ and /ɐu/ can be optionally realized as /ɛ/ and /ɔ/, respectively.
- max: lkurnt "pest"
- High vowels can fill the vowel-adjacent slots as well.
- Occasionally, words consist of only a consonant.