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Tsåtæs is a language.

PhonologyEdit

consonants
  • /b/ is written as <b>
  • /d/ is written as <d>
  • /ð/ is written as <đ>
  • /f/ is written as <f>
  • /ɸ/ is written as <p>
  • /g/ is written as <g>
  • /h/ is written as <h>
  • /j/ is written as <j>
  • /k/ is written as <k>
  • /l/ is written as <l>
  • /ɫ/ is written as <l>
  • /m/ is written as <m>
  • /n/ is written as <n>
  • /ŋ/ is written as <ň>
  • /p/ is written as <p>
  • /r/ is written as <r>
  • /s/ is written as <s>
  • /t/ is written as <t>
  • /ʦ/ is written as <t> or <ts>
  • /v/ is written as <f>
  • /w/ is written as <w>
  • /x/ is written as <g> or <h>
  • /xː/ is written as <g>, <j> or <h>
  • /z/ is written as <s> or <z>
vowels
  • /aː/ is written as <a>
  • /eː/ is written as <e>
  • /ɛː/ is written as <æ>
  • /iː/ is written as <i>
  • /ɪː/ is written as <e>
  • /oː/ is written as <o>
  • /œː/ is written as <v>
  • /øː/ is written as <ø>
  • /ɔː/ is written as <å>
  • /ʊː/ is written as <u>
  • /yː/ is written as <y>

ʌ and ɔ are the unstressed versions of a and o.

GrammarEdit

Tsåtæs is an ergative-absolutive language.

-u is place behind a verb to indicate the past tense.

Most nouns end on -t, those who don't end on -t are always irregular. Most of them are Germanic or Slavic loanwords.

DictionaryEdit

Tsåtæs - English
  • åmt ('ɔ:mt) fire
  • aňt ('a:ŋkt) fear
  • arht ('a:rxt) path
  • armst ('a:rṃst) tree
  • bjant ('bɪ̯a:nt) sun
  • đæu ('ðɛ:ʊ̯) ship (đæt-)
  • fehu ('fe:xʊ:) wealth (feht-)
  • galt ('ga:ɫt) house
  • kønt ('kø:nt) cow
  • in ('i:n) 1. in (se galtol ~: he is at home) 2. water (int-)
  • junst ('x:ʊ:nst) child
  • løft ('løft) wind
  • lulst ('lʊ:ɫst) temple
  • måt ('mɔ:t) mother
  • øl ('ø:ɫ) owl (ølt-)
  • oltst ('o:ɫtst) enemy
  • pebornst ('ɸe:bɔrṇst, alt. 'pe:bɔrṇst) lightning
  • peđt ('ɸe:ðt, alt. 'pe:ðt) weapon
  • rætst ('rɛ:tst) luck
  • sæst ('sɛ:st) moon
  • sluht ('slʊ:xt) battle
  • subast ('sʊ:bʌst) oak
  • tađt ('ta:ðt) father
  • tør ('tø:r) three
  • umst ('ʊ:mst) forest
  • vs ('œ:s) to (jomh olæm ~: please come to me)
  • wepst ('we:ɸst, alt. 'we:st, 'we:pst) village
  • zilt ('zi:ɫt) salt

NumbersEdit

Hi,

Excuse me because I asking you for my demand (numbers from your conlang(s)) in this page. I think to send my message on your e-mail. But nowhere I didn't see information about your e-mail. First introduce: My name is Janko. I'm collecting numbers from various systems in different languages. You can found information about my self and my work on:

http://janko.gorenc.googlepages.com/home

http://janko.gorenc.googlepages.com/collectionnumbers

Please you tell me if you'll have numbers in Tsåtæs, or from your others conlang(s) in future. Could you please send me numbers from 1 to 10 (as in English: 1 –one, 2 – two, 3 – three,…) in Tsåtæs, or from your others conlang(s) on this page or my e-mail address: "j_gorenc@yahoo.com"?

Please you delete my text with your page when you'll have numbers.

Thank you for your help!

I wish you a lot of success at your work!

JANKO GORENC


ExampleEdit

Jomæs umstol vs đaň wahæsu sluht.

We came to the forest and we fought a battle.

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