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Progressing 498 words Bayerth
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Language type Other
About Bayerth bayerth is an agglutinative language spoken in verdis. bayerth grammar is extremely complicated but very regular. it can be written in several scripts. the basic one is an alphabet called "kotari"
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Syllable Structurebayerth allows no more then 5 consonants can apear before the vowel in a syllable, and no more then 7 can apear after the vowel. please note that words may exceed the former limit by one when the consonent directly before the vowel is a w or a y . aditionally, words may exceed later limit by 1 when the consonent directly following the vowel is an N . twinned consonants do not count double towards the limit, but the number of twinned consonants in a syllable cannot be such a number so as to make it so that, if they were counted double, the syllable would exceed the cap on consonants by more than 2 on either side of the vowel, or by more then 3 overall . the vowel in a syllable may be a single vowel sound, or it may be a diphong, or in a few cases a triphong, rarely it is a tetrathong, though those always end in short u;
Below is the orthography for Bayerth. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
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