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Tribadic Mind
Tribadionne Mindeza
Type Fusional
Alignment Nominative–Accusative
Head direction Initial
Tonal No
Declensions Yes
Conjugations Yes
Genders 3
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
Voice Mood
Person Number
Tense Aspect
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Creator João "like rio" Dinis


Classification and Dialects Edit

Tribadic Mind (or just Tribadic) is a language which comes directly from Equestrian, is very similar with the latin languages, but it has some celtic-germanic sounds. This language is used mostly by the people of West Equestria (Tribans), although, only a less than 27,000 persons can talk completely Tribadic Mind due to the equestrialinization of the West. Some dialects are the Oca-Tribadic, language used by the triban imigrants in Ocattínia the Costalmind this dialect is used in the west coast and the Redneck-Tribadic this dialect is used by the tribans that are living inthe great plains of Central Equestria, isolated by the lack of cities and leading to an agrarian life, the form that the Tribadic was spoken changed conform the years.

Genealogy TreeEdit

Proto-Indian

American Indian

Ocatinian

Proto-Equestrian

East Equestrian

Equestrian

Pole-Equestrian

West Equestrian

Tribadic Mind

Oca-Tribadic

Costalmind

Redneck-Tribadic

Central Equestrian

Redneck Equestrian

Linguistic Variation Edit

Social Varieties Edit

Slang - Vocabulary of certain social groups (medics, dealers, immigrants, studants, etc.).

Jargon - Gross vocabulary used by people with few instruction and a sociocultural level low.

Tecnic Regist - Specific vocabulary used in a determinated tecnic area or sciencies.

Situational Varieties Edit

Formal Regist - Formal vocabulary, well structured sentences and used in formal situations.

Current Regist - Correct vocabulary, used in social communication and mostly of the part of the speakers.

Familiar Regist - Simple vocabulary, slightly varied, used in familiar context, messages and personal letters.

Popular Regist - Picturesque and expressive vocabulary, used, mainly in orality context, presenting, sometimes, errors.


Phonology (WIP)Edit

Consonants (WIP)Edit

Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Retroflex Palatal Velar Uvular Pharyngeal Epiglottal Glottal
Nasal
Plosive
Fricative
Affricate
Approximant
Trill
Flap or tap
Lateral fric.
Lateral app.
Lateral flap

Vowels (WIP)Edit

Front Near-front Central Near-back Back
High
Near-high
High-mid
Mid
Low-mid
Near-low
Low

Phonotactics (WIP)Edit

Writing SystemEdit

Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L
Sound /a/, /ɐ/ /b/ /k/; /s/ /d/ ~ [dʒ] /e/, /ɛ/, /i/, /ɨ/, /ɐ/, /ɐi/ /f/ /ɡ/; /ʒ/ natively silent, /ʁ/ in loanwords /i/ /ʒ/ /ka/ /l/ ~ [ɫ ~ w]
Letter M N O P Q R S T U V W X
Sound /m/ /n/ /o/, /ɔ/, /u/ /p/ /k/ /ɾ/, /ʁ/ /s/, /z/ , /ʃ/ /t/ ~ [tʃ] /u/ /v/ /wɐ/ /ks/, /z/, /s/
Letter SS Y Z Ç CH SH NH LH DH RR QU GU
Sound /s/, /ʃ/ /ɨ/ /z/, /s/, /ʃ/ /s/ /ʃ/, in vowels is silent /ʃæ/ /ɲ/ /ʎ/ [dʒʁ] /ʁ/, /aʁ/ /k/, /kʷ/ /ɡ/, /ɡʷ/

GrammarEdit

NounsEdit

Exists 4 types of nouns:

  • Common name
  • Collective name
  • Proper name
  • Personal name

Common name Edit

The common names are the most "common" in Tribadic Mind, they decline in accord of: gender, number and degree.

Exemples:

  • Cars - Car
  • Yurt - Yogurt
  • Tautuche - Teacher
  • Meninois - Boy
  • Meninoiss - Girl
  • Politet - Police
  • Charrir - Chair
  • Medricrer - Table
  • Pratis/Madretris - Father/Mother
  • Deuxpratis/Deuxmadretris - Stepfather/Stepmother
  • Hâmpratis/Hâmadretris - Godfather/Godmother
  • Lampriesay - Lamprey
  • Eyechuvidrûs - Glasses
Declination in gender feminin to masculin (this is also avaliable with the qualificative adjectives): Edit

GENERAL RULE:

Add a -ss to the name

Tautuche ------> Tautuchess

OTHER CASES:

  1. If there exists a -s you add -s's (Cars ----> Cars's)
  2. If the name ends in -t, you add -tis (Politet ----> Politetis)
  3. Some names are invariable or just have 1 declination to feminin and masculin (like charrir and medricrer)
  4. Some names have 1 form to the feminin and 1 form for the masculin (like pratis/madretris)
  5. In some animal names, exists the use of the adjectives machulo (male) and fêmulo (female) (exemple: urtisugos-machulo and urtisugos-fêmulo (male bear/ female bear)
Declination in number singular and plural (this is also avaliable with the colective names and the qualificative adjectives): Edit

GENERAL RULE:

Add a -s to the name

Yurt --------> Yurts

OTHER CASES:

  1. If the name ends with -m, like tatim (singular form of all). we replace the -m with -nns (tatim ----> tatinns)
  2. If the name ends with -s or -ss, stays the same
  3. If the name ends with -y or -x, you replace the -y/-x with -s (Lampriesay ----> Lampriesas)
  4. Some names are invariable or just have 1 declination to singular and plural like eyechuvidrûs
Declination in degree (works with collective, personal and proper names; the last two are more used in a familiar regist) Edit
DEGREE NAME (CARS)
Maximum Carsinnont
Normal Cars
Mininum Carsinn

Collective Nouns Edit

The collective nouns are nouns that give name to groups of objects, persons and individuals.

Normally they are formed common name + the correct sufix (-sinus, -sus)

ATENTION: We only use -sinus if the common name ends with -s, -ç, or -x

Exemples:

  • Wolfussinus - Wolf Pack
  • Roubissinus - Gang
  • Kamalestusus - Herd
  • Steallariousus - Constellation
  • Paipirusus - Ream
  • Schorusus - Class
  • Pesonirusus - Crowd
  • Wairuoysus - Swarm

Proper Nouns Edit

The proper nouns are the nouns that persons use to give name to:

  • Cities/Streets/Venues (like Lissabon - Lisbon)
  • Latin name of species
  • Countries/Districts/Regions (like Brassilon - Brazil)
  • Geographic Places (Amazônas - Amazonas)
  • Other places like monuments, buildings, etc.
  • Months (Dechembre - December)
  • Days of the week (Setxa - Friday)
  • Associations, Organizations, Federations
  • Name of the compass card's directions (Nord - North)

This names are written with uppercase letters

Personal Nouns Edit

The personal nouns are the nouns that persons use to give name to:

  • People
  • Animals (Domestical animals in a familiar regist)

This names are written with uppercase letters

Verbs (WIP)Edit

In verbs, exists 3 conjugations, the 1st one, with verbs that ends with -ba, like camiba (to walk) and mba (to be), the 2nd one, with verbs that ends with -ne, like éatine (to eat) and nanne (another way to say to be) and the 3rd one, with verbs that ends with -no, like mortno (to die) and vajno/revajno (to go/to come over).

The verbs are conjugated with number (singular and plural), gender (feminin and masculin), mood (indicative, imperative, infinitive, gerund, subjunctive, conditional, participle), tense (present, past, future, continous), aspect (simple, compost, current) and person (1st, 2nd, 3rd).

1st conjugation in indicative mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

For the compost aspect we use the verb mba (to be) on the past/future simple + past/future participle of the conjugated verb.

For the current present we use gerund of the conjugated verb + the present participle of the verb mba (to be)

PRONOUN PRESENT PAST SIMPLE PAST COMPOST FUTURE SIMPLE FUTURE COMPOST CURRENT PRESENT
Zu camia camiba mbina camib camibias mbine camiba Camigang mbá
camias camibo mbina camib camibia mbine camiba Camigang mbá
Sus camià camibon mbino camib camibia mbine camiba Camigang mbá
Suss camiàa camibons mbinoss camib camibiass mbiness camiba Camigangss mbá
Zus camiàs camibonne mbinas camib camibions mbines camiba Camigangs mbà
Záas camiass camibos mbinas camib camibiezs mbines

camiba

Camigangs mbâ
Sues camiàss camiboses mbinos camib camibiezont mbines

camiba

Camigangs mbà
Suess camiàass camibosses mbinos's camib camibiezontss mbines's

camiba

Camigangs's mbà

For the continous tenses, we use gerund + mba (in the present simple/past simple or future simple)

PRONOUNS PRESENT CONTINOUS PAST CONTINOUS FUTURE CONTINOUS
Zu Camigang mbas Camigang mbina Camigang mbine
Camigang mbás Camigang mbina Camigang mbine
Sus Camigang mbá Camigang mbino Camigang mbine
Suss Camigangss mbáss Camigangss mbinoss Camigangss mbiness
Zus Camigangs mbass Camigangs mbinas Camigangs mbines
Záas Camigangs mbàs Camigangs mbinas Camigangs mbines
Sues Camigangs mbàss Camigangs mbinos Camigangs mbines
Suess Camigangs's mbàs's Camigangs's mbinos's Camigangs's mbines's

1st conjugation in subjunctive mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

PRONOUNS PRESENT PAST FUTURE
(Quis) Zu camiá camibe camiba
(Quis) Zá camiás cami camibîa
(Quis) Sus camia camibe camibia
(Quis) Suss camiass camibess camibiass
(Quis) Zus camiâs camibes camibias
(Quis) Záas camiâs camibes camibias
(Quis) Sues camiâs camibes camibias
(Quis) Suess camiâs's camibes's camibias's

1st conjugation in conditional mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

PRONOUNS CONDITIONAL
Zu camibarára
camibarara
Sus camibarára
Suss camibarárass
Zus camibaráras
Záas camibaráras
Sues camibaráras
Suess camibaráras's

1st conjugation in participle mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

PRONOUNS PRESENT PARTICIPLE PAST PARTICIPLE FUTURE PARTICIPLE (DON'T MESS WITH THE IMPERSONAL INFINITIVE)
Zu camiá camib camiba
camiá camib camiba
Sus camiá camib camiba
Suss camiá camib camiba
Zus camià camib camiba
Záas camiâ camib camiba
Sues camià camib camiba
Suess camià camib camiba

1st conjugation in infinitive mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

PRONOUNS PERSONAL INFINITIVE (DON'T MESS WITH THE FUTURE SUBJUNCTIVE) IMPERSONAL INFINITIVE
Zu camiba camiba
camibîa camiba
Sus camibia camiba
Suss camibiass camiba
Zus camibias camiba
Záas camibias camiba
Sues camibias camiba
Suess camibias's camiba

1st conjugation in imperative mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

PRONOUNS SINGULAR IMPERATIVE COLECTIVE IMPERATIVE
Zá, Sus, Suss Camibáss --------
Záas, Sues, Suess -------- Camibáss's

1st conjugation in gerund mood (regular verb - camiba) Edit

Camiba + -gang

PRONOUNS GERUND
Zu Camigang
Camigang
Sus Camigang
Suss Camigangss
Zus Camigangs
Záas Camigangs
Sues Camigangs
Suess Camigangs's

Adjectives (WIP) Edit

Adjectives in Tribadic Mind are usually words that are used to give caracteristics to the noun. it can be divided in numeral, qualificative and relacional adjectives. Only numeral and qualificative adjectives can be declined by gender and number, the rules are the same of the common names declination. Only the qualificative adjectives can be declined by the "adjectival degree". Relacional adjectives can only decline by gender (same rules as common names). (ATENTION: All types of adjectives can decline on the "nominal degree" the degree of the names).

Numeral Adjectives Edit

Also called ordinal numbers, this type of adjectives exposes a sucession or order that the noun has in a sequence or serie. Usually occurs in a pre-nominal position, preceded by a determinant article, demonstrative pronoun, possessive pronoun or a quantifier. And it doesn't decline on "adjectival degree". Just number and gender.

Exemples

NUMBER NUMERAL ADJECTIVE
Ún - One (1) Únist - First (1st)
Duós - Two (2) Duóist - Second (2nd)
Triós - Three (3) Trióist - Third (3rd)
Catrús - Four (4) Catrúist - Fourth (4th)
Choón - One-Hundrend (100) Choónist - One-Hundredth (100th)
Mîl - One-Thousand (1000) Mîlist - One-Thousandth (1000th)
(No cardinal designation Luist - Last

Relational Adjectives Edit

This type of adjectives establishes with the name a differentiated relation of possession, of origin, etc. Can be paraphrased by the expression "relatón ton" (related to) and occurs in post-nominal position. It doesn't declines in "adjectival degree" and also don't have antonyms. In geral, derivates from nouns.

How to make a relational adjective Edit

You have a noun like "'Brassilon'" (Brazil). First you need to ask to yourself "What is related to Brazil?" (Whá mbá relatón ton Brassilon?). Then you remove the syllables, segments or suffixes that are necessary, in our exemple you remove the sufix -lon. After that you add the sufix of relation (-leon, -lion, -leonne, -lionne), in your exemple your replace -lon by -leon. So you have Brassilon -> Brassileon.

Qualificative Adjectives Edit

This type of adjectives creates a propriety or quality to the noun. It can have pre or post-nominal position, which often corresponds to different meanings, values or interpretations. It declines on number, gender and "adjectival degree", beeing the only type of adjectives that declines on degree.

The Adjectival Degree - Rules and types of degree. Edit
Normal Degree Edit

It's the normal stage of the adjective. It's the only degree that can decline in the "nominal degree".

Exemples: Grose (Fat), Altárd (High, Tall, Loud), Pochtlég (Poor)

Comparative Degree Edit

We have three sub-degrees on this degree.

  • Superior Comparative - Subject + mba (to be) + múur (more) + adjective in normal degree + minnen (than) + other part of the sentence. (Josh mbá múur altárd minnen Ruben - Josh is taller than Ruben)
  • Equality Comparative - Subject + mba + tóon (so) + adjective in normal degree + semfel (as) + other part of the sentence. (Josh mbá tóon altárd semfel Ruben - Josh is as tall as Ruben).
  • Inferior Comparative - Subject + mba + mirllai (less) + adjective in normal degree + minnen + other part of the sentence. (Josh mbá mirllai altárd minnen Ruben - Josh is less taller than Ruben).
Superlative Degree (WIP) Edit

The superlative degree is divided in the relative superlative and the absolut superlative, both divided in two.

Relative Superlative Subdegrees:

  • Superior Relative Superlative - Subject + mba + (Determinant article) meirós (more) + adjective in normal degree. (Josh mbá on meirós altárd - Josh is the tallest).
  • Inferior Relative Superlative - Subject + mba + (Determinant article) minnlú (less) + adjective in normal degree. (Josh mbá on minnlú altárd - Josh is the less taller).

Absolut Superlative Subdegrees:

  • Analytical Absolut Superlative - Subject + mba + (adverb) + adjective in normal degree - ATENTION - THE VERB CAN BE USED AT THE BEGINING OF THE SENTENE AND THEN YOU CAN ADD THE SUBJECT. (Josh mbá extremanoist altárd - Josh is extremely tall).

Adverbs (WIP) Edit

Syntax (WIP) Edit

Lexicon (WIP)Edit

Example text (WIP)Edit

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