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GeGuter Deütch
[gɛgətɛr dɛʌt͡ʃ]*
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 12 January 2018
Language type Joke language
Species Human/humanoid
About Pseudo-German Hällö!

Wilcommin zzu demeneressen Gelänguäge fon deremener Gegodzz!

Ich hoffen, daaaaaaas du ess gepromoten sö ess werden pöpülärer!

Du mussen lesen färter fur mere Geinförmätiön!


Welcome to the language from the gods!

I hope you promote it so it becomes more popular!

You must read further for more information!

Pseudo-German is a made up, nonsensical and overall just stupid looking version of the German language.

Back in June 2017, my sister and I were texting to each other. We were both in the D3 level at the time. I was returning home from a trip in a train while she was at home. I told her to remember something, and she said:

"Ja ich habt das geremembert".

This was the first ever sentence written in Pseudo-German, which proved to be the spark of Pseudo-German. I then said, "Können du das in deines Kopf puten? Ich hast das in meinem Kopf geput." And so the conversation went on about what we want to be when we grow up, how we are skilled in jobs such as being a doctor, etc. Pseudo-German developed out of that.
We still sometimes wrote to each other in Pseudo-German after that.

Now, about 8 months later, I've decided to start constructing Pseudo-German on ConWorkShop! :)

Tüüüßßß! Magsein ich writen mere lätër!
Sample of Pseudo-German[view] Demeneressen Man hoo müsten haben bist gesaagen "Īch sind dierererreret Kingig" bist nein getrūe Kingig bin.

Any man who must say "I am the king" is no true king.
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Latest vocabulary
Nasal m     n          
Plosive p b     t d       k g  
Fricative   f v θ1 s z ʃ     x h
Affricate         t͡ʃ d͡ʒ        
Lateral approximant       l          
Approximant       ɹ   j2 w    
Trill       r3          
  1. Rare. Only found in place names (e.g. Rosenthal) / German words with "th".
  2. Rare. Largely replaced by d͡ʒ.
  3. This is to make the word sound humorous.
Close i1 y       u
Near-close   ɪ   ʊ  
Close-mid ø        
Mid     ə    
Open-mid ɛ œ       ʌ
Near-open æ        
Open a       ɑ
Polyphthongs əʊ
  1. Used as an emphasis marker.
Below is the orthography for Pseudo-German. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Pseudo-GermanOrthography [edit]
Aa/ə/, /ɑ/, /a/, /æ/Ää/æ/Bb/b/, /s/1Cc/k/CH ch/t͡ʃ/, /x/Dd/d/Ëë/ɛ/Ee/ɛ/, /ə/Ff/f/
Gg/g/Hh/h/Ii/ɪ/, /i/, /ə/Īī/i/2Ïï/ɪ/Jj/d͡ʒ/, /j/3Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/
Nn/n/Öö/œ/, /ø/Oo/ə/OO oo/ʊ/Pp/p/Rr/r/4, /ɹ/SSß/s/Ss/s/SCH sch/ʃ/
Tt/t/TCH tch/t͡ʃ/TH th/θ/5Üü/ʌ/, /y/Uu/ə/, /u/, /ʌ/Vv/v/Ww/w/Zz/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. Due to confusion with "B" and "ß".
  2. Used as an emphasis marker.
  3. Rare. Largely replaced by d͡ʒ.
  4. This is to make the word sound humorous.
  5. Rare. Only found in place names (e.g. Rosenthal) / German words with "th".
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