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Aleherian
Aleheri
[alɛhɛɾi]
Registered by MoonDreamer on 12 July 2021
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersAleherian is spoken by a population of 5,215,875 in Aleheria.
Species Human/humanoid
About Aleherian -restarting again
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Sample of Aleherian[view] Jé pher kwēvóude kwēpēthus dwóseion shour, tur viriade shoutwe

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Latest vocabularyNo words yet.
Language family relationships
Language treeAlkeian
 ⤷  Proto-Alkeian
  ⤷ Shuric/East Alkeian
   ⤷ South Shuric
    ⤷ Ashterian
     ⤷  Aleherian
[view] About AlkeianThe alkeian language family is descend from Proto-Alkeian, that was spoken on the Alkeian Desert around 5.000 years ago living mostly around the white and alavic rivers. The Alkeians were the first to domesticate dragans wich gave them a huge advanta...
[view] Akwilla (Akwilian)An Aleherian dialect that is spoken on the eastern portion of aleheria and into the continent, the its gets this name in honour of the city of Akwillus as it's the most influential city that use this dialect and it was their comercial influence that spread this dialect into new places
[view] Alahari (Ancient Aleherian)Alahari is the ancient form of aleherian, it was spoken from around 2.300 to 1.400 years ago on the ancient aleherian civilazation and derived into the Alaikan languages, such as the Modern Aleherian, Peinic, Kalarii, Astarii and many others.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m     n   ɲ      
Plosive p b     t1 tʷ d2 dʷ       k kʷ kʲ g gʷ  
Fricative ɸ f v θ ð s3 z4 ʃ ʒ       h
Lateral approximant       l5   ʎ      
Approximant           [j] w    
Flap       ɾ          
Blends ks sk kt [gz]6 [zg]7
  1. Pronounced as a "c" when followed by "j"
  2. Pronouced as a "ɟ" when followed by "j"
  3. Pronounced as "ç" when followed by "j"
  4. Pronounced as "ʝ" when followed by "j"
  5. When followed by a "j" it's pronounced as a ʎ
  6. allophone of /ks/
  7. allophone of /sk/
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i:   u u:
Close-mid e1 e:   o2 o:
Open-mid ɛ   ɔ
Near-open   ɐ  
Open a a:    
  1. When unstressed pronounced as an "ɪ"
  2. When unstressed pronounced as an "ʊ"
Syllable StructureModerally complex.
CV, CVC or sometimes CCV

S, N and R are codas allowed in any syllable :Pevan aor Penva
TH, PH, DH and M are only allowed as codas at the end of a word : Pevath, but not Pethva
K is only allowed as coda when inside of a word :Eksa, but not Esak
Stress informationIt's almost always the penultimate syllable, except when the last or antipenultimate have codas or long vowels: A.'ka.ta --> 'An.ka.ta --> A.ka.'tā
If both the last or antipenultimate syllables have a coda or long vowel the stress will always be on last syllable: An.ka.'tan --> Ān.ka.'tā
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Aleherian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AleherianOrthography
Aa
Aa
a
/a/
Āā
Āā
an
/a:/
Ee
Ee
é
/ɛ/
Éé
Éé
e
/e/1
Ēē
Ēē
ē
/e:/
TH th
TH th
thale
/θ/
Tt
Tt
tiar
/t/2
TW tw
TW tw
twa
/tʷ/
DH dh
DH dh
dhale
/ð/
Dd
Dd
diar
/d/3
DW dw
DW dw
dwa
/dʷ/
Ff
Ff
fa
/f/
PH ph
PH ph
phale
/ɸ/
Pp
Pp
/p/
Vv
Vv
va
/v/
Bb
Bb
/b/
Hh
Hh
heite
/h/
Rr
Rr
rar
/ɾ/
Ll
Ll
yala
/l/4
Ii
Ii
i
/i/
Īī
Īī
in
/i:/
Yy
Yy
[j]
LY ly
LY ly
lya
/ʎ/
Jj
Jj
jau
/ʒ/
Kk
Kk
ka
/k/
KW kw
KW kw
kwe
/kʷ/
KY ky
KY ky
kei
/kʲ/
Gg
Gg
gava
/g/
GW gw
GW gw
gei
/gʷ/
Mm
Mm
mya
/m/
Nn
Nn
nya
/n/
NY ny
NY ny
nyei
/ɲ/
Oo
Oo
o
/o/5
Óó
Óó
ó
/ɔ/
Ōō
Ōō
on
/o:/
Ss
Ss
yese
/s/6
SH sh
SH sh
shau
/ʃ/
Zz
Zz
zau
/z/7
Uu
Uu
u
/u/
Ūū
Ūū
un
/u:/
Ww
Ww
wa
/w/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. When unstressed pronounced as an "ɪ"
  2. Pronounced as a "c" when followed by "j"
  3. Pronouced as a "ɟ" when followed by "j"
  4. When followed by a "j" it's pronounced as a ʎ
  5. When unstressed pronounced as an "ʊ"
  6. Pronounced as "ç" when followed by "j"
  7. Pronounced as "ʝ" when followed by "j"
Typological information for Aleherian

Base counting systemDecimal (10)
Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative
Primary word orderNo set order
Pronoun dropping?Yes
Syllable structureModerate (CVC max)

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