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Alveci [AVC]
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Typology Functional 3,954 words
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Registered by JStaleknight on 15 February 2017
Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersAlveci is spoken by a population of around 10,000,000 in Switzerland (and abroad).
Species Human/humanoid
About Alveci Alveci is a future version of Swiss German that is heavily influenced by its neighbors French and Italian (and to a lesser extent Romansch, English, and other languages).

UPDATE: Alveci now has a newTumbl blog! Please check it out: „Vilcommier auf Sveizisce!“ (I'd normally make a Tumblr for this, but I want to support newTumbl for being a good alternative.)
Sample of Alveci[view] Gruëzi, Ic be en Mensce.

Hello, I am a human.
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Sound samples in Alveci
Some sound samples of Alveci. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Brenn Das!
Burn this.
D'saste Vad'n, Fru?!
U wot, m8
1. Vi find Vanes Pferd Ed? 2. Vaden denc Vanes Pferd?
What does your horse think?
Vaner Vatter is faul, veil Er lauf nict.
Your father is lazy as he does not run.
Varma essé Vu Cazzi on Undi?
Why do you eat cats and dogs?
Ic verde Ed erlaubier.
I will allow it.
Language family relationships
Language treeGermanic
 ⤷ Proto-Germanic
  ⤷ West Germanic
   ⤷ Old High German
    ⤷ German
     ⤷  Alveci
[view] About GermanicThe Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of approximately 500 million people mainly in North America, Oceania, Western and Northern Europe. Proto-Germanic , which was spoken in approxima...
Nasal m [ɱ]1   n         [ŋ]2    
Plosive p b   [t̪]3 [d̪]4 t d   [ʈ]5 [ɖ]6     (k) g   (ʔ)
Fricative [ɸ]7 [β]8 f (v)   s9 s: z ʃ ʒ10 [ʂ]11 [ʐ]12       (ħ) (h) [h̚]13
Affricate       t͡s d͡z t͡ʃ d͡ʒ            
Lateral approximant       l              
Approximant   [ʋ]14   ɹ15     j w16 [ɰ]17    
Trill       r              
Blends ks kv18 ŋg19 20 pf gv21
  1. allophone of /m/
  2. Before velars, allophone of /n/
  3. allophone of /t/
  4. allophone of /d/
  5. allophone of /t/
  6. allophone of /d/
  7. allophone of /f/
  8. allophone of /f/
  9. Before front vowels.
  10. In words of French origin.
  11. allophone of /ʃ/
  12. allophone of /ʒ/
  13. Word-finally after vowels, allophone of /g/
  14. allophone of /v/
  15. After vowels that are not otherwise rhotacized.
  16. Variant of "ou" used between vowels (unless the vowel immediately following is U).
  17. allophone of /j/
  18. Before any vowel except U or E.
  19. Medially.
  20. In words of French origin, medially.
  21. Before any vowel except E.
Close i1 i: (y:)2   ɨ ɨ˞   u:
Near-close   (ʏ)3   ʊ4  
Close-mid e e: [ø]5 (ø:)6   ɵ7 ɵ:   o o:
Mid     ə ə̃8    
Open-mid ɛ (ɛ:)9 (œ)10   ɜ ɜ̃11 ɜ˞   ɔ ɔ: ɔ̃12
Near-open     ɐ ɐ: ɐ̃:13    
Open         ɑ ɑ:
Polyphthongs ɐɪ ɔɪ ʊɐ14 ɐʊ
  1. Word-final
  2. Archaic
  3. Unstressed, archaic.
  4. Unstressed
  5. allophone of /ɵ/
  6. Archaic
  7. In words of Greek origin.
  8. Unstressed, word-final
  9. Archaic
  10. Archaic
  11. Word-finally
  12. Word-final
  13. Word-final
  14. In words of French origin.
Below is the orthography for Alveci. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/ɑ/, /ɐ/AA aa/ɑ:/AI ai/ɐɪ/AO ao/ɐʊ/AR ar/ɐ:/ARN arn/ɐ̃:/1AU au/ɑ:/AY ay/ɐɪ/Bb/b/Cc/s/2, /k/3
CK ck/k/4Dd/d/, [ɖ], [d̪]DSC dsc/d͡ʒ/DZ dz/d͡z/Ee/ɜ/, /ɛ/, /ə/5, //EE ee/e:/EI ei/e/EN en/ɜ̃/6, /ə̃/7ER er/ɜ˞/EU eu/ɔ:/
Éé/e:/Ëë/ɜ/8ËN ën/ɜ̃/Ff/f/, [β], [ɸ]Gg/g/, [h̚]9GN gn/ŋ/10GU gu/gv/11GUE gue/g/12Ii/ɨ/, /i/13IE ie/i:/
IR ir/ɨ˞/Jj/j/, /ʒ/14, [ɰ], [ʐ]Kk/k/15Ll/l/Mm/m/, [ɱ]Nn/n/, [ŋ]16NG ng/ŋg/17, /nʒ/18Oo/ɔ/, /o/OE oe/ɵ:/OI oi/ɔɪ/, /ʊɐ/19
ON on/ɔ̃/20OO oo/o:/OU ou/u:/Pp/p/PF pf/pf/, /f/QU qu/kv/21QUE que/k/22Rr/ɹ/23, /r/RR rr/ɹ/Ss/s/
SC sc/ʃ/, [ʂ]SS ss/s:/Tt/t/, [ʈ], [t̪]TS ts/t͡s/TSC tsc/t͡ʃ/Uu/ʊ/24, /ɵ/, [ʋ], [ø]UU uu/u:/Vv/f/VU vu/w/25Xx/ʔ/26, /ks/, /z/27
Yy/ə/, /ɨ/, /ɵ/28Zz/z/ZZ zz/t͡s/Hh/h/29, /ħ/30, /:/31Ww/v/32Ää/e:/33, /ɛ:/34Öö/œ/35, /ø:/36Üü/ʏ/37, /y:/38
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  1. Word-final
  2. Before front vowels.
  3. Before back vowels.
  4. Before front vowels.
  5. Unstressed; sometimes pronounced word-finally after a consonant cluster ending in R.
  6. Word-finally
  7. Unstressed, word-final
  8. Used to unmute final e
  9. Word-finally after vowels.
  10. Word-initial before vowels.
  11. Before any vowel except E.
  12. Word-final
  13. Word-final
  14. In words of French origin.
  15. loan words only
  16. Before velars
  17. Medially.
  18. In words of French origin, medially.
  19. In words of French origin.
  20. Word-final
  21. Before any vowel except U or E.
  22. Word-finally.
  23. After vowels that are not otherwise rhotacized.
  24. Unstressed
  25. Variant of "ou" used between vowels (unless the vowel immediately following is U).
  26. loan words only
  27. Initially.
  28. In words of Greek origin.
  29. loan words only
  30. loan words only
  31. loan words only
  32. loan words only
  33. Archaic, loan words only
  34. Archaic, loan words only
  35. Archaic, loan words only
  36. Archaic, loan words only
  37. Unstressed, archaic, loan words only
  38. Archaic, loan words only
Typological information for Alveci

Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative
Primary writing systemLatin (Extended)

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