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Language Of The Ancient Waters
Kevoras Itedaske
[kˠɛv̞ɵɾ̥͇ʌs͇ ít͇̬ɛd͇ʌs͇kˠɛ]*
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Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Language Of The Ancient Waters The language of the Ancient Waters is a language developed by a species who dowloaded all the information from the earth into their minds at an attempt to better themselves as a species in the universe. The language formed is developed from the baltic languages as well as Albanian and some of the languages down the Indo-European language tree system.
Sample of Language Of The Ancient Waters[view] Núl dje seiyó étide núl ti munda Earth , dje suaró tezahieresá úva ti siela é tapalieresá ti munda. Dje paniká tsrijieresá pytejé ti tzosenes duti Earth, é dela ti suaró tejipieresá dje lahará po zahvalieresá ti munda. Ti tzosenes fresilieresá é tulló ketigalieresá beza mojicenya pa sire éros. Jaté ti éros ruk ti Earth kyarieresá beza mojicenya, ti...[view all texts]
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Sound samples in Language Of The Ancient Waters
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Ti sinja dela ti selunet tasirés núl mína frono.
The pig from the village slept on my stool.
Ta numolo pe tújal opévazar, pjosa?
Can you say that again, please?
Aktúalzar jesté izeno viso hanozar dó so izeno
Actually autumn is colder than it is.
Néso so n'izeno sómeni, ta n'kópasenke sol
If it ain't broken, don't fix it.
Gitek kezerke ká ta izeno frisén pe kezer
Always do what you are afraid to do.
Ta izeno dje dumó. Ta n’ékitonalo.
You are a ghost. You do not exist.
Language family relationships
Language treeIndo-European
 ⤷ Proto-Indo-European
  ⤷ North-West IE
   ⤷ Balto-Slavic
    ⤷ Baltic
     ⤷  Language Of The Ancient Waters
[view] About Indo-EuropeanThis family tree includes only the main branches and the branches that are too small to be shown separately. See separate main branches for further detail.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
RetroflexPalatalVelarUvularGlottal
Nasal   ɱ̃              
Plosive p b     t͇̬     c  
Fricative   f θ̪ ʃ ʒ ʂ       h
Affricate       t͡s͇ d͡z͇            
Lateral approximant               ʟ    
Trill       r            
Flap       ɾ̥͇            
VowelsFrontCentralNear-
back
Back
Close y    
Near-close     ʊ  
Close-mid ɵ  
Open-mid ɛ     ʌ
Open      
Otherif the noun sg. ends in a consonant, the plural will end in '-es'
if the noun sg ends in a vowel, the plural will end in '-s'
-zar can be added to adjectives or adverbs to make the -er/-ly/-zy equivalent (smallER/recentLY)
-zóso can be added to nouns to make adjectives that end in 'ful' in english (power - moche, powerful - mochezóso)
Aswell as the suffix above, the correct way to express more + adjective is by saying more (viso) + adjective (with -zar suffix)
Nominative case denotes the subject of the sentence
Accusitive case is used to denote the object of the sentence
Possesive case is used to denote possessing an object and when a possessive particle is used (my, your, their...)
Instumental case is used to denote by what means something of completed or the time/space/location something happens
Subjunctive case is similar to modern spanish (it denotes uncertainties, emotions and wishes)
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Language Of The Ancient Waters. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Language Of The Ancient WatersOrthography [edit]
Aa/ʌ/Áá/á/Bb/b/Cc/c/CH ch/ʃ/Dd/d͇/DZ dz/d͡z͇/Ee/ɛ/Éé/é/Ff/f/Gg/gˠ/Hh/h/
Ii/í/Jj/ʒ/Kk/kˠ/Ll/ʟ/Mm/ɱ̃/Nn/n͇/Oo/ɵ/Óó/ó/Pp/p/Qq/qʶ/Rr/ɾ̥͇/RR rr/r/
Ss/s͇/SH sh/ʂ/Tt/t͇̬/THA tha/θ̪/TS ts/t͡s͇/Uu/ú/Úú/ʊ/Vv/v̞/Yy/y/Zz/z͇/
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