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Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative–accusative
Head direction Left-right
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 0
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
Progress 87%
Nouns 90%
Verbs 88%
Adjectives 92%
Syntax 90%
Words 300 of 1500
Creator Andalie

The Official flag of Rio Gran, The Country that speaks Sloncina as the first Language. Rio Gran also Speaks Girandi.

Classification and DialectsEdit

The Sloncina Language is a language From Indo-Alanian family and has been developed from Proto Pasquala.

The Indo-Sloncina Family Tree:

  • Indo-European
    • Swalic-Sladic
      • Swalic

At the development of Old Sloncina ,Sloncina have been influenced by Italian, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Russian and many other languages.

In Sloncina there are a lot of Words imported from Russian.

The Sloncina Language is regulated by Aккадеммя дейн Слонцйкалска язика.

During the Century 19, The Rio Gran city has been invaded by Russians. Because of this, the Sloncina language has been influenced by the Russian, and today you can found many words derivated from Russian. In Sloncina there are 2 dialects: Default Sloncina and Southwest Sloncina.

The only differences between the dialects is in the pronounce.

In Southwest Sloncina the vowels A and E are pronounced more closed than in Default Sloncina and in Southwest Sloncina we speak more quickly than in Default Sloncina.

The Evolution Of Sloncina Language:

Old Central Alanian:Tutto os seres humanes tem оs меsmos direites.

Old Sloncina:Тел келеб ыумане елга глй сомбл дерет. 



Bilabial Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Glotal
Nasal m n ɲ
Plosive p b t d g k
Fricative β ð θ s z ʐ ʂ h
Affricate t͡s t͡ʃ
Trill ʀ
Lateral app. l


Front Central Back
Close i ʉ ɨ u
Close-mid ɵ
Open-mid ɛ œ
Open a ɶ


Writing SystemEdit

Letter Б В Г Д Ж З К Л М Н П Р
Sound /b/ /v/ /g/ /d/ /ʐ/ /z/ /k/ /l/ /m/ /n/ /p/ /ʀ/
Letter С Т Ф Ц Ч Ш Ъ Ы Ь Ю Я
Sound /s/ /t/ /θ/ /t͡s/ /t͡ʃ/ /ʂ/ /ɨ/ /bi/,/h/,/i/ Used to mark the Genitive case. /io/ /ia/


The morphology and syntax of the Sloncina language, is similar to the grammar of most other Indo-Alanian and Romance languages—especially that of Italian, and even more so to that of Portuguese. It is a relatively synthetic, fusional language.

Nouns, adjectives, pronouns, and articles are moderately inflected: there are three genders (masculine, neutral and feminine) five cases (Nominative, Accusative, Genitive, Vocative, Complementative) and two numbers (singular and plural). The case system of the ancestor language, Alanian, has been reduced from 18 cases to 5 cases. Most nouns and many adjectives can take diminutive or augmentative derivational suffixes, and most adjectives can take a so-called "superlative" derivational suffix. Adjectives usually follow the noun.

Verbs are few inflected: there are three tenses (past, present, future), four moods (indicative, subjunctive, imperative, continuous), two voices (active, passive), and an inflected infinitive. Most perfect and imperfect tenses are synthetic, totaling 9 conjugational paradigms, while all progressive tenses and passive constructions are periphrastic. As in other Alanian and Romance languages, there is also an impersonal passive construction, with the agent replaced by an indefinite pronoun. Sloncina is basically an SVO language, although SOV syntax may occur with a few object pronouns, and word order is generally not as rigid as in English. It is a null subject language, with a tendency to drop object pronouns as well, in colloquial varieties. Like Polziskie, it has three main copular verbs: Ессере, Статйере.

It has a number of grammatical features that distinguish it from most other Romance languages, such as a future subjunctive tense, the inflected infinitive, and a present perfect with an iterative sense. A rare feature of Sloncina is mesoclisis, the infixing of clitic pronouns in some verbal forms.

Declension of Nouns and AdjectivesEdit

In Sloncina only the nouns and the adjectives decline. The Nouns only decline in Nominative, Genitive, Accusative and Complementative and the Adjectives only decline in Nominative and Vocative.

Unlike other languages, ALL nouns and adjectives follow the default declension pattern, this means that in Sloncina doesn't have exceptions and Sloncina is a very regular language.

Sloncina have 3 genders(Male, Female, Neutral), 5 cases(Nominative, Genitive, Accusative, Vocative and Complementative) and 2 numbers(Singular and Plural).

Declension for Male nouns Edit

Case Singular Plural
Nominative -Е, -О, -Ю
Genitive -ИИ
Accusative -УЮ
Complementative -ОЙ -ИЯ

Declension for Female nouns Edit

Case Singular Plural
Nominative -А, -Я -ЫЯ
Accusative -УЯ
Complementative -ОЯ -ИЯ

Declension for Neutral nouns Edit

Case Singular Plural
Nominative -ЫЙ
Genitive -ЬЫ
Accusative -УЫ -УЫ
Complementative -ЫМ -ОМ

Declension for Adjectives Edit

Case Singular Plural
Nominative -ИКА, -ИКЕ -ИКЙ
Vocative -ЛСКА -ЛСКЯ

Word classes Edit

Like most Indo-European languages, including the Indo-Alanian sub-family, Sloncina classifies most of its lexicon into four word classes: verbs, nouns,adjectives, and adverbs. These are "open" classes, in the sense that they readily accept new members, by coinage, borrowing, or compounding.Interjections form a smaller open class.

There are also several small closed classes, such as pronouns,prepositions, articles, demonstratives, numerals, conjunctions, and a few grammatically peculiar words such as Воала ("here is"; cf. Alanian voilè and French voilà), Чов ("where is").

Within the four main classes there are many semi-regular mechanisms that can be used to derive new words from existing words, sometimes with change of class; for example, Валошска("fast") → Валошкамент ("very fast"),Мезере ("to measure") → Мезешю ("measurement"), Пилоска ("pilot") →Пилоскаре ("to pilot"). Finally, there are several phrase embeddingmechanisms that allow arbitrarily complex phrases to behave like nouns, adjectives, or adverbs.

Subject, object, and complement Edit

Following the general Indo-European and Indo-Alanian sub-family pattern, the central element of almost any Sloncina clause is a verb, which may directly connect to one, two, or (rarely) three nouns (or noun-like phrases), called the subject, the object (more specifically, the direct object), and the complement (more specifically, the object complement or objective complement). The most frequent order of these elements in Sloncina is subject–verb–object(SVO, as in examples (1) and (2) below), or, when a complement is present, subject–verb–object-complement (SVOC — examples (3) and (4)):

(1) {Маря}S {айе}V {Пауло}O, "Maria loves Paulo."
(2) {Еу петрер}S {конштруит}V {ау дом}O, "The mason has constructed the house."
(3) {Еу президентов}S {скротят}V {Петер}O {министр}C, "The president appointed Pedro (as) minister."
(4) {Она}S {ашвиет}V {еу либри}O {ег шату}C, "She found the book a bore."

Any of the three noun elements may be omitted if it can be inferred from the context or from other syntactic clues; but many grammatical rules will still apply as if the omitted part were there.

A clause will often contain a number of adverbs (or adverbial phrases) that modify the meaning of the verb; they may be inserted between the major components of the clause. Additional nouns can be connected to the verb by means of prepositions; the resulting prepositional phrases have anadverbial function. For example:

Она лодчинет{без жиутшк} ау малету{пер она} {дейн автомобила} {ви ау струма}, "He carried {without delay} the bag {for her} {from the car} {to the door}."

Null subject language Edit

As with several other modern Alanian languages, Sloncina is a null subject language, i.e., a language whose grammar permits and sometimes mandates the omission of an explicit subject.

In Sloncina, the grammatical person of the subject is generally reflected by the inflection of the verb. Sometimes, though an explicit subject is not necessary to form a grammatically correct sentence, one may be stated in order to emphasize its importance. Some sentences, however, do not allow a subject at all and in some other cases an explicit subject would sound awkward or unnatural:

  • "I'm going home" can be translated either as Вад пентру дом  or as Ю вад пентру дом, where ю means "I".
  • "It's raining" is Естум шобант, neither of which occurs with an explicit subject.

As in other null subject SVO languages, the subject is often postponed, mostly in existential sentences, answers to partial questions and contraststructures:

  • Езушт ег мъшъ ици! ("There are many mice here")
  • Кто фивл? фивил ю. ("Who was it? It was me.")
  • Она иежели штиват тел ле торче, меу ю штиват. ("She didn't eat the cake, but I did.")

Types of sentences Edit

Sloncina declarative sentences, as in many languages, are the least marked ones.

Imperative sentences use the imperative mood for the second person. For other grammatical persons and for every negative imperative sentence, the subjunctive is used.

Yes/no questions have the same structure as declarative sentences, and are marked only by a different tonal pattern (mostly a raised tone near the end of the sentence), represented by a question mark in writing.

Wh-questions often start with кто ("who"), что ("what"), как ("which"),Чов ("where"), Лбов ("when"), лмада ("why"), etc. The interrogative pronouns кто, чтр and как can be preceded by any preposition. Wh-questions sometimes occur without wh-movement, that is, wh-words can remain in situ. For example:

Что она фагот?
"What did she do?"
Она фагум что?
"What did she do?" or, if emphatic, "She did what?"
Н'ето добри что аканташет?
"On what day did that happen?"
Ето аканташет ен как добри?
"On what day did that happen?"

Replying Edit

Нйе ("no") is the natural negative answer to yes/no questions. As in Latin, positive answers are usually made with the inflected verb of the question in the appropriate person and number. Sloncina is one of the all Alanian languages keeping this Alanian peculiarity. The adverbs ног("already"), аива ("yet"), and также ("too", "also") are used when one of them appears in the question.

Q: Адйерат еу филм? A: Адйерат. / Ние.
Q: "Did you like the movie?" A: "Yes.", literally, "I liked." / "No."
Q: Ю йежели деушит ег кле ици? A: Я, деушит!
Q: "Didn't I leave here a key?" A: "Yes, you did!"
Q: Ног легит ето либрум? A: Ног. / Аива нйе.
Q: "Have you already read this book?" A: "Yes", literally, "Already." / "Not yet."

The word Я ("yes") may be used for a positive answer, but, if used alone, it may in certain cases sound unnatural or impolite. In Ыдщтсштф, Я can be used after the verb for emphasis. In Sloncina, emphasis can also result from syntactical processes that are not restricted to answers, such as the addition of adverbs like мке ("much") or мкеличим("very much").

Articles Edit

Sloncina has a definite article and an indefinite one, with different forms according to the gender and number of the noun to which they refer:

{| class="wikitable"

| rowspan="2" | | colspan="2" |singular | rowspan="2" |meaning |- |masculine |feminine |- |definite article |Ey |Ау |the |- |indefinite article |Ег |Ег |a, an; some |} The definite article may appear before a noun in certain contexts where it is not used in English, for example before certain proper nouns, such as names of countries or organizations:

Иле елга визитат ил Бразиле, ла Шина ы л'италя, "He visited Brazil, China, and Italy"
Иле елга визитат ил Рю ди Жанейро, "He visited Rio de Janeiro".
Ла ИБМ елга патрошинат МоМА, "IBM sponsored MoMA"
Иле елга ентрат пер ил Сан Паоло, "He went to the São Paulo (soccer team)".


Иле елга визитат Португаля ы Моцамыкя, "He visited Portugal and Mozambique"
Иле елга анат пер Сан Паоло, "He went to São Paulo (city or state)".

The article is never used with Southwest Sloncina dialect. In general, article usage for proper nouns is largely determined by tradition, and it may vary with dialect.

Article before personal names Edit

In many varieties of the language, including all South varieties, personal names are normally preceded by a definite article, a trait which Sloncina shares with Catalan. This is a relatively recent development, which some North dialects (e.g. those of the Northeast) have not adopted. In those dialects of Sloncina that do regularly use definite articles before proper nouns, the article may be omitted for extra formality, or to show distance in a literary narrative.

Ла Маря елга салит, "Maria left" (informal)
Ла Сра. Маря елга салит, "Ms. Maria left" (formal)


Маря Тейшера елга салит, "Maria Teixeira left" (used in newspapers and books) means that neither the writer nor the readers have a personal relationship with the person.


As in most Alanian and Romance languages, the loncina verb is usually inflected to agree with the subject's grammatical person (with three values, 1 = I/we, 2 = thou/you, 3 = he/she/it/they), and to express various attributes of the action, such as time (past, present, future); subordination and conditionality; command; and more. As a consequence, a regular Sloncina verb stem can take over 14 distinct suffixes. (For comparison, regular verbs have about 42 distinct forms in Polziskie and about 50 in Old Alanian.)

Copulae Edit

Sloncina, like some other Alanian languages, has three main linking verbs: Елгво,Елга and Естаре (both translated "to be"). They developed from Alanian SERE and STARE, respectively (although the infinitive form SERE actually comes from SEERE). Most forms of SERE come from SUNT (infinitive ESSE), the only exceptions being the future indicative, the present subjunctive and the imperative.

Фикаре is also used as a secondary copula, being variously translatable as (1) "to become" or "to get (to be)" (e.g. Елга фикат рик. = "I got rich"; Фика калат! = "Be still!"); (2) "to stay" (e.g. Фика в деж! = "Stay there!"); or (3) "to be (permanently) located" (e.g. Коимбра фика наи беира = "Coimbra is in Beira").

The distinction between Елгвр and Естаре tends to be oriented along a permanent-versus-temporary axis, rather than one of essence versus state.

  • Ла стул ест [фегит] ди мадера = "The chair is made of wood"

In this example the word фегит ("made") is in square brackets, as it is usually omitted.

  • Сок женат. = "I'm married."
  • Естоу женат. = "I'm married now."

The same applies in sentences that use Елгво to form the passive voice, such as the following:

  • Ест проибит дынаре н'ето воло = "No smoking on this flight" (lit. "It is forbidden to...")

Sloncina counts location as either fundamental or incidental, and accordingly uses елгво or фикаре for the former, and естаре for the latter:

  • Дов ест/фика ла дому дела? = "Where is her house?"
  • Дов еста л'аутомобилу дела? = "Where is her car?"

Conjugation of the verb Амаре

Йнфинитива Mode: Edit

Pronoun Present Future Past Future
Ю Амо Амарей Амаря
Ту Ама Амара Амаря
Йле Ама Амара Амаря
Ной Ама Амара Амаря
Вой Ама Амара Амаря
Йлй Амано Амарано Амаряно

Конжунтиве Mode: Edit

Pronoun Present Past Future
Ю Аме Амассе Амаре
Ту Аме Амассе Амаре
Йле Аме Амассе Амаре
Ной Аме Амассе Амаре
Вой Аме Амассе Амаре
Йлй Аме Амассе Амаре

Ймператива Mode: Edit

Afirmative Negative
Ама ту Нон ама пас ту
Аме лей Нон аме пас лей
Аме ной Нон аме пас ной
Ама вой Нон ама пас вой
Аме лоро Нон аме пас лоро

Континуозо Mode: Edit

Pronoun Past Continuous Present Continuous
Ю Верра андат Еста андант
Ту Верра андат Еста андант
Йле Верра андат Еста андант
Ной Веррамо андат Естамо андант
Вой Верра андат Еста андант
Йлй Веррано андат Естано андант

Verb nominal forms: Edit

Gerund Participle Infinitive Conjugation
Амант Амат Амаре 1st
Комент Комит Комере 2nd
Ескрибинт Ескрибит Ескрибире 3rd
Компонт Компост Компоре 4th

Verbal voices: Edit

Passive voice Edit

An active clause with a transitive verb and direct object can be transformed into a passive clause much the same as is done in English: the original object becomes the subject; the verb is replaced by Елга+елгво (in the same mood and tense) followed by the past participle of the original verb; and the original subject may become an adverbial complement with the preposition пер/пар("by"):

Ил мъшъ елга комит ил сър  ("The mouse ate the cheese")
Ил сър елга елгвит комит пер ун мъшъ ("The cheese was eaten by the mouse")
Гета сеныора кантара л' аря ("That lady will sing the aria")
Л'аря елгвара кантат пер гета сеныора ("The aria will be sung by that lady")

Prepositions: Edit

Sloncina prepositions are somewhat similar to those of neighboring Romance languages. Some prepositions are imported from Russian. Some of the prepositions, especially the most frequent ones, have several possible translations in English, as shown in the following table.

Sloncina Transliteration English
ad to, at, in, on
Ви vi until
Амб/Авек amb/avec with
Ди di of, from
Посколк poskolk from, since
Ен en in, on, at
Межу meji between, among
Пер per form, through, to, in order to
Пар par by, for, to, in order to
Без bez without
Около okolo on, above, on top of, about
Под pod under

Some prepositions form contractions with the definite article

Preposition Article
Ил/ Ле Ла Глй Гля
Ди Дей Даи Диглй Дигля
Ен Ней Наи Неиглй Наигля
Пер Перле Перла Перглй Пергля
Ад Ао Аъ Адъглй Аъс
Пар Парил Парла Парглй Паргля

Pronouns: Edit

Person Nominative


Nominative Plural Genitive


Genitive Plural
First Person Ю Ной Мью Носсьо/Дй ноьй
Second Person Ту Вой Теьу Воссо/дй воьй
Third Person Йле, Йла, Лей Йлй, Йля, Лоро Сеьу Дельй


Sloncina is SVO.

Vocabulary Edit

Basic Words Edit

English Sloncina Transliteration
Hello Прибет, Чешч Pribet, Tcheshtch
Yes Я Ya
Non Нон Non
Please Пер ус плау/Пржепражам Per us plau/Prjeprajam
Thank you Грасие Gracie
Sorry Пардона ма Pardona-ma
Goodbye Чао Tchao
See you later Т'ведо мес тард T'vedo mes tard
Left Синистра Sinistra
Right Дестра Destra
Where's the bank? Дов ест йл банк? Dov est il bank?
Where are the suitcases? Дов ест глй малетй? Dov est gli maleti?
Please speak more slowy Пржепражам, парла мес струссй! Prjeprajam, parla mes strussi!
Where can i buy a tiket? Дов ю пук ашетере ун тикет? Dov io puc asheter un tiket?
Where's the chemist? Дов ест л'апотека? Dov est l'apoteka?
Water Акуа Aqua
Beer Беверин Beverin
Wine Вино Vino
Coffee Кафет Kafet
Ladie's toilet Тоалет пер фемей Toalet per femei
Gent's toilet Тоалет пер машей Toalet per mashei
One Уно uno
Two Дуе due
Three Тре tre
Four Куаттро quattro
Five Чинкуе tchinque
Six Секс seks
Seven Сетте sette
Eight Октто octto
Nine Ноуе noue
Is Ест est
After Деспой despoi
Before Антепой antepoi
Hospital Ыоспитала Hospitala(H aspirated)
Aspirin Аспирина Aspirina
Taxi Трапортино Traportino
Passport Пассапорта Passaporta
Car Аутомобила Automobila
Airplane Аерео Aereo
Bus Аутобус Autobus
Train Трено Treno
Beach Прая Praya
Hotel Ыотела Hotela(H aspirated)
Monday Лунежвй Lunejvi
Tuesdey Мартевй Martevi
Wednesday Мапколавй Mapkolavi
Thursday Жювадиви Jiovadivi
Friday Венердиви Venerdvi
Saturday Сабатт Sabatt
Monday Доменик Domenik


Common Edit

Sloncina Transliteration English
Я ya yes
Нон non no
Грасие gracie thank you
Пер ус плас(form) or Пржепражам(inform) Per us plau(form) or Prjeprajam(inform) please!
Нон ыаи плоблемме non hai(H aspirated) problemme No problem
Ескуза ма eskuza ma excuse me
Пардона ма pardona ma sorry
Ю нон сеи пас yo non sei pas i don't know
Луи ма компренды? lui ma komprendbi? Do you understand me?
Ю компрендо io komprendo i understand
Ю нон компрендо пас io non komprendo pas i don't understand
Соло ун момент solo un moment Just a moment
Луи ест бенвенит lui est benvenit You're welcome

Questions Edit

Sloncina Transliteration English
Что? tchto? What?
Как? как? Which?
Куан? kuan? When?
Дов? dov? Where?
Лмада? lmada? Why?
Кто? kto? Who?
Когод кта? Kolod kta? How many? or How much?

Greetings Edit

Sloncina Transliteration English
Привет privet hello
Пячере ен прятно луи piatchere en pryatno lui nice to meet you
Пячере ен прятно луи тамбе piatchere en pryatno lui tambe nice to meet you too
Как ест теу ном? kak est teu nom? what's your name?
Мю ном ест... myo nom est... my name is...
Коме луи ест? Kome lui est? how are you?
Ю елгво бене Yo elgvo bene i'm fine
Ю нон елгво пас бене Yo non elgvo pas bene i'm not fine
Ы луи? I lui? And you?
Когод анни луи ыаи? Kogod anni lui hai(H Aspirated)? how old are you?
Ю тинк...анни Yo tink...anni i'm...years old
Ди дов луи ест? di dov lui est? where're your from?
Ю елгво ди... Yo elgvo di... i'm from
Дов си трова ил локале дов луи виве?/ Дов луи виве? Dov ci trova il lokale dov lui mora?/ dov lui vive? Where do you live?
Ю виво тра... io vivo tra... i live in...
Луи елга естат недавно речентмент? lui elga estat nedavno retchentment? have you been busy recently?
Что луи фаги ара? Tchto lui fagui ara? what are you doing?
Чао Tchao Bye
Т'ведо мес тард t'vedo mes tard see you later
Т'ведо доматин t'vedo domatin see you tomorrow
Бонудача bonudatcha good luck
Куида та kuida ta take care
Готово Gotovo congratulations
Бона матина bona matina good morning
Бона евенинга bona eveninga good afternoon
Феличе кумплеанни felitche kumpleanni happy birthday
Феличе ноуе анни Felitche noue anni happy new year
Феличе Воскрес felitche voskres happy easter
Феличе кристовим felitche kristovim merry christmas

Emergency Edit

Sloncina Transliteration English
Помогита! Pomoguita! Help!
Пажар! Pajar! Fire!
Ладрово! Ladrovo! Thief!
Чтири Tchtiri Stop!
Ваде оцюда! Vade otsioda! Go away!
Атенрожна! Atenrojna! Watch out!
Луи ест бене? Lui est bene? Are you okay?
Визовите ун'амболанца! Vizovite un'ambolantsa Call an ambulande!
Визовите докторы! Vizovite doktorbi! Call a doctor!
Визовите полица! Vizovite policya! Call the police!
Ю елга пардит Yo elgvа pardit I'm lost
Ю елга пардит мя сумку Yo elgvа pardit mya sumku I've lost my bag
Ю елга пардит мя паспорты Yo elgа pardit mya pasportbi I've lost my passport
Ю елга елгвит робат Yo elgа elgvit robat I've been robbed
Пот помогитаре ма? Pot pomoguitare ma? Can you help me?

Learn Sloncina Edit

Lesson 1: The Alphabet

Coming Soon lessons:
Lesson 2: The Declension
Lesson 3: The Verbs
Lesson 4: The Adjectives
Lesson 5: The use of Мои and Молт
Lesson 6: The Adverbs

Example textEdit

Universal Declaration of Human Rights, Article 1 Edit

  • Sloncina:Тот ле серый ыумане елгано нашит либри ы икуале ен дигнитат ы диритй. Соно дотат ди разю ы консиенся ы девено ажире ен реласю ун'ад алтра амб еспирит ди фратернитат.
    • Transliteration:Tot le seri humane verano nashit libri i ikyale en diguinitat i diriti. Sono dotat di razio i consiencya i deveno agire en relacyo un'ad altra amb espirit di fraternitat.
    • All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.

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