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Bremsic [BRE]
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Registered by Arzakon on 12 January 2017
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Humans (Alternate)
About Bremsic Bremsic (Bremsama) is the spoken language on the major part of Demiren continent, which includes countries as Zegereth, Prentesila, Stagira and the Noïd Archipelago. Despite there is some presence of minor languages in those areas, Bremsama reigns as a Lingua Franca on all over the continent.

As the legend explains, goddess Bremsa came down from Heaven for engineering the Man, and she gave us the gift of speech. This way, Bremsama is not only a communication method, but also a gift from the Gods, a true sign of devotion and a cultural expression of the maximum level.

The first written testimonials of the language are dated, approximately, from the year 210. This finding, barely recognizable as Bremsama, gives high detail of an stock inventory after a barbaric siege at the old Zegereth fortress on the Blue Mountains.

Ironically, nomadic tribes were the responsible of spreading the language across Demiren. Those nomads spoke a pidgin of different languages that we call today proto-demirem. They adopted Bremsama and brought this language to each corner of the continent.

We can found proto-demirem roots in some minor tongues all over Demirem, one of the most pure and interesting is the second language of Stagira.
Sample of Bremsic[view] Men zepartei bremsizan

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Language treeProto-Demirem
 ⤷  Bremsic
[view] About Proto-DemiremProto-demirem languages are spoken in all across Demirem. Examples are Bremsic, Noïdish and Stagirite.
[view]Phonological System: Humans (Alternate)Modified IPA, to enjoy more phonetic freedom with less diacritics.
Voiced consonantsBilabialLabiodentalDentalAlveolarVelar
nasal m   n 
stop b    
sibilant fricative    z 
non-sibilant fricative  v ð  ɣ
thrill    r 
lateral approximant    l 
Voiceless consonantsBilabialLabiodentalAlveolarVelar
stop p  t k
sibilant fricative   s 
non-sibilant fricative [ɸ] f θ 
Co-articulated consonantsFrontCentralBackBack-rounded
close i  ɯ 
close-mid e [ɘ]  o
open a   
Below is the orthography for Bremsic. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/a/, [ɘ]Bb/b/Dd/ð/Ee/e/Ff/f/, [ɸ]Gg/ɣ/Ii/i/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/
Nn/n/Oo/o/Pp/p/Rr/r/Ss/s/Tt/t/TH th/θ/Uu/ɯ/Vv/v/Zz/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
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    Typological information for Bremsic

    Noun numbersSingular/Dual/Plural
    Morphological typologyAgglutinative
    Number of nominal casesSeven cases
    Number of pronominal casesSeven cases
    Primary word orderSVO

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