자우란 오 야누사호
direct (SVO strict ish)
Head direction
animate, inanimate, abstract.
Nouns decline according to...
Case Number
Definiteness Gender
Verbs conjugate according to...
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Person Number
Tense Aspect

야느사호 아니 앛만 올 야느!

General informationEdit

|cyr| - |lat|



Labial Coronal dorsal Glottal
Nasal m n
Plosive p t k
Fricative s h
Affricate ts
Approximant j
Lateral app. l


Front Back
unrounded rounded unrounded rounded
Close i y u
Mid e~ɛ ʌ o~ɔ
Open a


ipa a e~ɛ ʌ i o~ɔ y u han latin
n n
ts c
k k
h h
t t
s s
l l
m m
p p
j 에/ㅇ y
찿 q
- -
han - -
latin a e ë i o u ü - -

all blocks contain initail and final consonant (exluding the - consonant blocks)

for example, 난 is read nan, people are expected to understand that 나 alone reads na.


not a lot happens, syllables may be (C)V(V)(C), C being any consonant, V being any vowel


Main stress is on the penultimate syllable (first syllable in monosyllabic or disyllabic words) if a word contains a diphthong it will have stress on that diphthong (e.g. sënka vs. qiroisëlu) 



There are multiple nouncases in Yanüsaho, the plural and indefenite cases can also be a part of the genitive, instumental and vocative cases. A word with indefenate case does not agree to number (singular/plural), so a word can either be, singular, plural or indefenite.

case : singular plural indef genitive instrumental vocative
man 도느 도느위 도느리 도느(위/리) 가 도느(위/리)머 도느(위/리)호
meal 퍼리 퍼리위 퍼리리 퍼리(위/리) 가 퍼리(위/리)더 퍼리(위/리)허
society 강눈 강눈위 강눈리 강눈(위/리) 가 강눈(위/리)서 강눈(위/리)호
general suffix : - -위 -리 -머(animate)   -더(inanimate) -서(abstract)

호(animate)   허 (inanimate) 호 (abstract)

The living/abstract/object distinction in instrumental and vocative cases are from Old Yanüsaho, which had that distinction in all nouns but remains in the least common cases. All nouns are count nouns (not mass nouns) so constructions like (“one corn” or “two papers” are allowed)


regular verbs on -iEdit

active present past future continuous
1st person -야 -얄 -잔 -야람
2nd person -소 -솔 -좀 -소람
Obilique -이 -라 -나 -이람
passive present past future continuous
1st person -얌 -람 -윈 -야만
2nd person -솜 -롯 -욘 -소만
Obilique -윌 -달 -단 -이란

Only the oblique person is used normally, this person includes everything. When a pronoun drop occurs the first or second person might be used. Passive verbs are verbs in the sentences where the passive voice occurs, the object replaces the subject, and the subject goes away (the object of the passive sentence in this case, is the subject of the active sentence.). Only if the 1st or 2nd person were the subject in the active sentence the verb conjugates to that person.

Verb particlesEdit

verb particles particle
negative 챈-

verb particles are combinable, there can occur multiple after a verb, they are free to shatter over the sentence, but cannot occur before the verb. (except for qen, which only occurs directly before the verb.)


regular adjectives end on n, though nothing happens to this ending. there is a particle inbetween the adjective(s) and the noun that shows their relation. The adjective also agrees to the nouncase.

adjective particle obilique indefenite vocative
positive (호)오
comperative (흐)으
superlative (허)어
inclusive (혼)온/(헌)언

The vocative inclusive also agrees to the class of the noun. When the adjective particle contains the indef or vocative, a noun is not needed to express this anymore BUT it’s still very common to do express it. The <ㅎ> in the vocative particle is optional.


Example textEdit

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