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Speech of the New West
Ehatno Arvemaliron
[ɛˈhatnɒ arvɛmaˈlirɒn]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 26 December 2020
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersSpeech of the New West is spoken by a population of around 47,000,000 in the lands north of the Thundergate.
Species Human/humanoid
About Speech of the New West
Tenen etar. Ethiramoth an armoth eo.
[ˈtɛnɛn ˈɛtar | ɛθiˈramɒθ an ˈarmɒθ ˈɛ.ɒ]
Greetings, friend. Be welcome and have peace.
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The Speech of the New West is the lingua franca of the people inhabiting the numerous realms situated on the continents of Tarodon and Selanaris from my conworld of Armalin. Spoken natively by the Alindam, who hail from the southern realm of Arthahem, and popularised in a bid to economically and politically unite a Tarodon recovering from the War of Men and Dwarves, Ehatno Arvemaliron, as its known to its speakers, has ever since remained the de facto common speech of the northern regions of the known world.

It is my first ever conlang, having been created some time around 2016-2017, although I truly started putting more time into its development towards the end of 2019/beginning of 2020. I have created an abugida script for SotNW but haven't been able to make it into a presentable digital font.
Sample of Speech of the New West[view] Ni toran arman lirmayan ithno, hio an una magev adelar intores, erdal amaan torehileth

If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.
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Sound samples in Speech of the New West
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Ni toran arman lirmayan ithno, hio an una magev adelar intores, erdal amaan torehileth
If more of us valued food and cheer and song above hoarded gold, it would be a merrier world.
Language family relationships
Language treeArthahemon
 ⤷ Old Arthahemon
  ⤷ New Arthahemon
   ⤷  Speech of the New West
[view] About ArthahemonLanguages of the people from the north of the conworld Armalin. Almost all of the languages in the conworld belong to this family, as all Men originate from the island of Meurenin, home to the realm of Arthahem.
[edit] [view] Wematno Tarlenionon (Tarlenion Dialect)The regional dialect of the people living in the region of Tarlenion in the west of Genthalion.
Currently only used for numbers between eleven and nineteen.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarRetroflexPalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m     n ɳ        
Plosive p b     t d       k g  
Fricative   f v θ s         h
Lateral approximant       l lʲ1          
Approximant           j w    
Trill       r          
  1. before or after /ɛ/, /i/ and /u/, with the latter becoming /ʉ/ when it's after l
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i ʉ1 u
Open-mid ɛ ɛ:    
Open a   ɒ
Polyphthongs ai2 au ɛi3
  1. only found after /lʲ/
  2. Present only in some dialects
  3. Present only in some dialects
Stress informationBy default, stress in Ehatno Arvemaliron is placed on the first syllable. Yet there are obviously exceptions to this, primarily when words are inflected. See 'Stress in Ehatno Arvemaliron' for more detail (currently WIP)
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Speech of the New West. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Speech of the New WestOrthography [edit]
a
anar
/a/
t
tano
/t/
d
drago
/d/
e
eo
/ɛ/
p
penthor
/p/
b
belen
/b/
h
hesto
/h/
f
freo
/f/
r
rambo
/r/
l
lantha
/l/
s
sail
/s/
i
ivro
/i/
n
namo
/n/
w
wara
/w/
k
kathring
/k/
g
grimo
/g/
v
vistro
/v/
o
omin
/ɒ/
m
maril
/m/
u
uno
/u/, /ʉ/1
y
yuran
/j/
th
their
/θ/
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  1. only found after /lʲ/
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Case and Stress in the Speech of the New West
Nominal and pronominal cases; stress placement in major part...
15-Mar-23 20:56
Phonology of the Speech of the New West - Palatalisation of /l/
When and when not to palatalise your /l/'s in SotNW
08-Jan-23 03:32
Typological information for Speech of the New West

Morphological typologyAgglutinative
Primary word orderSVO
Script typeAbugida

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