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Abaasish
Abaaşgěŋo
[aba:ʃgieŋo]
Registered by Shareenear on 18 January 2018
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Abaasish The language of abaases from my conworld. You may find out about abaases in the Yakut mythology: they look like a rock at birth, and when they grow up, they start to look more like humans. First, abaases eat everything that humans eat. Then, they eat humans. In my conworld, they also eat cyclops, dwarfs and leprechauns

Abaasish vocabulary is based on Turkic, Mongolic, Tungusic, Koreanic and Japonic languages, mostly on Shor and Yakut. They Yoda like speak because the SOV order word and adjective the noun following language this has(but knowyou, actually that like lookwouldit because it agluttinative).
Btw, there's no article, genitive case and the [v] sound. Abaases just...don't need it.
There's also c letter representing the [d͡ʒ] sound and stress are almost always on the last syllable.
Also, there's two vowels representing a long vowel.
ĕ as a diphthong/triphthong-forming [ə]


A shitty cover in Abaasish:

Sample of Abaasish[view] Boy śindeyruğadan jewcenśkerekle

The body looked more like a sleeping person than a dead one.
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Sound samples in Abaasish
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Boy śindeyruğadan jewcenśkerekle
The body looked more like a sleeping person than a dead one.
O, ı ajaqıdın maş catslğn uśrene çapmal. Qardaşıdın okamilar dzaş uğulımı.
Oh, he found his prosthetic leg behind the crowd. His cousin has used it to beat away the wolves.
Ögöw, quritsalar jançin mokcit, URUK!
No, the chickens are going to eat your soul, RUN!
Meybeda ölöt?
He lives in a fruit?
İşyuyçqa.
I walk in your direction.
As ele ene aynaw! Bə şaşiŋna asa ene buuluul!
Don't play with food! When I was your age, we didn't have food!
Language family relationships
[view] Ħutu (Khutish)Khutish(ABG ħutu - north) is spoken at the north of Trollia in the Large Snowy Wasteland and nearside. The closest to Khutish is Showese, but, unlike the Showese dialect, the words in Khutish have more resemblance to the words in the source languages
[view] Şöw (Showese)Śow(in Showese, şöw) is a word for desert, which means that Abaases who speak this dialect live in mountains. In this dialect, the words are taken from the closest language to the source language(sometimes from a dialect)
[view] Yama (Yama)"Yama" is an Abaasian word for alpine, which means that the Yama dialect is spoken very high in mountains. In this dialect, the words sound more like the original words from the source languages. Also, there's one locative case instead of inessive and superlative.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
Alveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvular
Nasal m   n         ŋ  
Plosive p b   t d         k g q
Fricative   f s z ʃ ʒ ɕ     x ɣ χ
Affricate     t͡s d͡z t͡ʃ d͡ʒ          
Lateral approximant     l            
Approximant           j w    
Trill     r            
Flap     ɾ            
Blends ji
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i: ʉ ʉ: ɯ ɯ: u u:
Close-mid e e: ø ø:   o o:
Mid   ə ə: ə̯  
Open a a:    
Polyphthongs ie iu io ia
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Abaasish. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AbaasishOrthography
Aa/a/AA aa/a:/Ää/ia/Çç/t͡ʃ/Ïï/ji/Öö/ø/ÖÖ öö/ø:/Üü/ʉ/ÜÜ üü/ʉ:/Bb/b/Cc/d͡ʒ/
Dd/d/DZ dz/d͡z/Ee/e/EE ee/e:/Əə/ə/ƏƏ əə/ə:/Ff/f/Gg/g/Hh/x/Ii/i/II ii/i:/
Jj/ʒ/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/Ёё/io/Oo/o/OO oo/o:/Pp/p/Qq/q/Rr/ɾ/
RR rr/r/Ss/s/Tt/t/TS ts/t͡s/Uu/u/UU uu/u:/Ww/w/Yy/j/Zz/z/Ŋŋ/ŋ/Śś/ɕ/
Şş/ʃ/Ųų/iu/Ĕĕ/ə̯/Ěě/ie/Ğğ/ɣ/Ħħ/χ//ɯ/II ıı/ɯ:/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
    Typological information for Abaasish

    Number of nominal casesEight cases or more
    Phonemic vowel lengthShort/Long
    Dual pluractional formsGrouped with plural
    Pronoun numbersSingular/Plural
    Pronoun persons1st/2nd/3rd persons

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