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Yisdorian is a language spoken in the country states of Yisdoria. Long ago, it was the language of the Dai'Behm Clan. The language has

History Edit

Letters Edit

The letters used are:

Letter Phonology Letter Phonology
A pronounced like the Japanese 'a' B
C/K/Q has a 'k' sound D
E pronounced like the Japanese 'e' (eh) F/V both letters have the same English sounds
G has a harsh 'guh' sound H
I pronounced like the Japanese "i" (ih/ee) J
L M
N O
P R
S/Z T
U W
X pronounced like English "x", but when at start of a word, "k' sound is silent Y

Phonology Edit

Letter Letter
à Represents "ya" sound. Cannot be placed at beginning of word ΠRepresents alphabetical "I" sound, like the Japanese "ai"
Ä Represents an "ow" sound. Õ Represents "yo" sound. Cannot be placed at beginning of word
Æ Represents the alphabetical "a" sound, like the Japanese "ei" Ö represents the "or" or "au" sound. Replaces "aw". "au" and "or"
Ø Represents "oi" sound Þ Represents smooth, soft "th" sound, sounding like "f"
Ā Ć represents the "ch" sound
Ō represents 2 "o" sounds being said, like "oh-oh" Ū
Ó represents the "oh" sound, the H being vocalized if vowel is after it. Í
Á represents the "ye" sound, the "y" sound in it being quickly said. Cannot be placed at beginning of word
É Ũ
Ś represents the "sh" sound Œ represents alphabetical "O" sound, like the Japanese "ou"
Ŋ represents the Filipino "ng" sound Ī
Ţ represents the "ts" sound in Japanese Ĩ
Ē Ú

Grammar & Punctuation Edit

Grammar Edit

Yisdorian is read from left to right, like English. However, it once had a unique sentence structure which went like this:

(Subject)(Compound)(Verb)(Object)

That sentence structure is no longer used in society, but there are temples that do hold this type of reading, and it is sometimes used among people. Because of the language's phonology, it was difficult for humans to even speak the language. The Dai'Behm Clan could easily speak it because it was the language of their clan.

Suffixes Edit

Forms Tenses For words that end with a vowel For words that end with a consonant
Normal Form Future -ni -ir
Present (No Present Suffix)
Past -te -er
Hypothetical Form Future -ha -wa
Present -ya -no
Past -wo -ne
Imperative Form Future -de
Present
Past

Prefixes Edit

When using prefixes, remove the first letter at the beginning of the word and attach the prefix to the word.

For Vowels For Consonants
Direct Object Marker
Destination Marker
Cause/Tool Marker
Subject Definer
Negation Marker
Passive Modifier
Location Marker

Lexicon Edit

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