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Mablic
trú ge hmápla
[tʰɾu˦˨ kɛ m̥a˨˩˦pʰla]
Registered by litrobotix on 19 January 2019
Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersSpoken in: MablagOfficial NgeamMinority
Species Human/humanoid
About Mablic
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Dūg ré trú ge hmápla nai zuo hmēn jeu juhng!

[túk ɾɛ̌tʰɾǔkɛ m̥ǎpʰla naɪ̯t͡suo̯m̥ɛ́n t͡ɕɛʊ̯t͡ɕuŋ̥]

Welcome to the Mablic Language page!

page GENGenitive (case)
possessive
.ALAlienable (possession)
thing that can be gained or lost
STEMWord stem
part of a bipartite stem
language Mablic EMPEmphatic
stressed or emphasised
STEMWord stem
part of a bipartite stem
bow 2SSecond person singular (person)
addressee (you)
.POLPolite (respect/formality)
formal, polite
REALRealis mood (mood)
actual, real events
.POLPolite (respect/formality)
formal, polite


Mablic is a tonal, isolating, and mostly monosyllabic and non-inflecting Prra-Blen language. It was inspired by Southeast Asian languages. duh

Features:
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let's do a tone explanation like kwang!
Mablic has four contrastive tones! Here they are:
ToneMablicIPA (shown
on a)
Dialectal
variation
Symbol (shown
on a)
DurationIntensityPitch
RisingdrBMN[a˧˥][a˦ ~ a˦˧]āmediumhighhigh; slightly rising
FallingdrBsuj[a˦˨][a˧˩ ~ a˧ ~ a˥˧]àmediumlowhigh; slightly falling
DippingdrBlvu[a˨˩˦][a˦˧˥]álongmediummedium; rising
CheckeddrBXivz[aʔ][a˩˧ʔ ~ a˨˩ʔ]ashorthighlow; slightly rising or falling (only in dialect)


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Sample of Mablic[view] Ya looz gwo mri ze gwó è, mri dun jurr mu nā. Ya mri qej jom looz kwo gni gwó nò, mri dun jurr drə lau hngū.

When I give food to the poor, they call me a saint. When I ask why the poor have no food, they call me a communist.
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Sound samples in Mablic
Some sound samples of Mablic. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
[Bei dà] O-bi-wān kwo ngao hnó gwo kī nò ré a bai ngē hnó hnau. [Lūg] Zèn mri gwo jau yəb kī! Mri g...
[Vader] Obi-Wan never told you what happened to your father. [Luke] He told me enough! He told me ...
"hnó pá dòr hngeung teu yig?" zèn ré zi drə din zū hnau. "luo gni hnə, jūhn, jòrr hnə...
"Would you like something to drink?" She opened the fridge. "We have water, milk, juice, spiders, Dr...
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Language family relationships
Language treePrra-Blen
 ⤷  Proto-Prra-Blen
  ⤷ Prra
   ⤷ North Prra
    ⤷ Old Mablic
     ⤷ Middle Mablic
      ⤷  Mablic
 
[view] Biw En (Southern Mablic)An Upper Prra dialect (or language) spoken along the southern coast of Mablag (hence the native name "southern tongue"), centered around the cities of Eno, Nangluni, Dor Fadau, and No Amye. Sound changes particular to this dialect: retention of /e/, spirantisation, palatalization, labialization.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m n n̥   ɲ ɲ̥   ŋ ŋ̥  
Plosive p pʰ t tʰ       k kʰ ʔ
Affricate   t͡s t͡sʰ t͡ɕ t͡ɕʰ        
Lateral approximant   l          
Approximant       j w    
Trill   r          
Flap   ɾ          
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i î í ǐ   ɯ ɯ̂ ɯ́ ɯ̌ u û ú ǔ
Mid   ə  
Open-mid ɛ ɛ̂ ɛ́ ɛ̌    
Open a â á ǎ    
Polyphthongs aɪ̯ aʊ̯ ao̯ ɛɪ̯ ɛʊ̯ ɛo̯ uɪ̯ uo̯ iʊ̯ io̯
ɯɪ̯ ɯo̯
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Mablic. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 MablicOrthography
a/a/ai/aɪ̯/au/aʊ̯/e/ɛ/ei/ɛɪ̯/eu/ɛʊ̯/hm/m̥/hn/n̥/hng/ŋ̥/i/i/
iu/iʊ̯/k/kʰ/l/l/m/m/n/n/ng/ŋ/o/ɯ/oi/ɯɪ̯/p/pʰ/r/ɾ/
rr/r/t/tʰ/u/u/ui/uɪ̯/w/w/y/j/ao/ao̯/à/â/á/ǎ/è/ɛ̂/
é/ɛ̌/ì/î/í/ǐ/ò/ɯ̂/ó/ɯ̌/ù/û/ú/ǔ/b/p/c/t͡ɕʰ/d/t/
eo/ɛo̯/ə/ə/g/k/gn/ɲ/hgn/ɲ̥/io/io̯/j/t͡ɕ/oo/ɯo̯/q/ʔ/s/t͡sʰ/
uo/uo̯/z/t͡s/ō/ɯ́/ū/ú/ā/á/ē/ɛ́/ī/í/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
    Typological information for Mablic

    Copula droppingAlways
    Base counting systemDecimal (10)
    Morphological typologyAnalytical
    Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative
    Noun head-directionalityHead final

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