Spoken in Segregaterra.
Phonology and Phonotactics
i - cannot stand with other vowels.
y - i sound. placed with other vowels.
c - k sound. silent if first in syllable and followed by vowel. cannot end a syllable.
k - changes consonats to secondary sound.
kk - k sound. used in the end of syllables.
syllables consist of 3-5 letters. They cannot begin with a vowel, but can begin with c (silent if first in the syllable and followed by vowel) followed by a vowel.
Words consist of main syllable (giving the foundation of the word), the secondary (providing the word with a category, e.g. noun or verb and possible conjugations), the tertiary syllable (implicating a certain relevance for the sentence).
Words as nouns, verbs, adjectives, adverbs and prepositions always have a main and a secondary syllable. Whereas pronouns, conjunctions and determiners lack the secondary syllable.
If a main syllable is followed by a tertiary syllable they are divided by an apostrophy.
Criletk = flame
Cryekk = fire (or flames)
Crivarg = Burn (present tense)