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Classical Erávahal [CLERV]
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Classical Erávahal
na c'é Erávahal
[nɐ ke: ɨɾä:vähäl]*
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Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersClassical Erávahal is spoken by a population of around 212,000 in Erával.
Species Human/humanoid
About Classical Erávahal
Agasté, marhaïár, vas a na c'hes gáheláes Erávahïeláes! 0slhvr_slhg_shqc_n__sv_rhrm_tsg1 greetings | visit-AGZAgentive nominaliser (derivational)
teach-er, writ-er, etc
-ACCAccusative (case)
TRANS direct object; patient
.SGSingular (number)
one countable entity
| ILLIllative (case)
'into'
FORFormal (respect/formality)
for formal situations
DEFDefinite
"the"
.LOCLocative (case)
'in, on, at' etc
.SGSingular (number)
one countable entity
.FFeminine gender (gender)
feminine or female
language-LOCLocative (case)
'in, on, at' etc
.SGSingular (number)
one countable entity
Erávahal-ADJAdjectival
syntactic
-LOCLocative (case)
'in, on, at' etc
.SGSingular (number)
one countable entity
.FFeminine gender (gender)
feminine or female
ɐɣäste: mäɾxäjä:ɾ väs ɐ nɐ cɨ̥s ɣä:xelä:js ɨɾä:väçelä:js


Erávahal is a fusional VSO a priori conlang based primarily on Irish Gaelic and Ancient Greek, featuring:
-Phonemic palatalisation & vowel length
-Partial abjad writing system
-3 grammatical genders (m., f., n.)
-3 grammatical numbers (sg., pau., plu.)
-Conditionals which revel in other's pain
-Quadripartite morphosyntactic alignment (nominative-accusative, but with separate set of cases & word order for passive sentences & some intransitive verbs)
Sample of Classical Erávahal[view] N'ó ovóm péus vas na c'has Aocáhas, / Ómusta na c'tia háeluadh orús. / Hausta na c'u catróna orús. / Óusta vas na c'hos ohúnaotháos na c'tia ármegatea i vas na c'has Aocáhas. / Vacúméa vas hos rúvoláos na sïé fúreïs rgies péus pés; / Hú vaianaméa ón tá hármasa péus péus hú tena uanávímíner marérgáras péus h&a...[view all texts]
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Language family relationships
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalVelarGlottal
Nasal m mʲ     n nʲ   ɲ ŋ  
Plosive p pʲ b bʲ     t tʲ d dʲ   c ɟ k g  
Fricative   f fʲ v vʲ θ θʲ ð ðʲ s ɕ ç ʝ x ɣ h
Lateral approximant       l lʲ        
Approximant           j    
Flap       ɾ ɾʲ        
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close i i: y y:   ɨ ɨ̥ ʉ ʉ̥   ɯ ɯ: u u:
Near-close   ɪ ɪ:   ʊ ʊ:  
Close-mid e e: ø ø:       ɤ ɤ: o o:
Mid     [ə]1    
Open-mid ɛ ɛ:       ɔ ɔ:
Near-open     ɐ ɐ̥    
Open     ä ä:    
  1. allophone of /ɐ/
Syllable StructureClassical Erávahal has a C{l,r}VVC syllable structure. On occasion a word may end with the clusters ⟨ndh⟩, ⟨nth⟩, ⟨rdh⟩, or ⟨rth⟩.
Stress informationStress occurs on the ultimate long vowel, or on the ultimate syllable if there are no long vowels in a word. As such, stress typically falls on a word's inflectional ending. Stress may not occur on voiceless vowels, which are short vowels between two voiceless consonants. Definite articles, particles such as ⟨na⟩, ⟨ve⟩ or ⟨á h'⟩ and adpositions, as well as genitive and locative pronouns, instrumental pronouns which are modifying a noun, and the prefixes ⟨ér-⟩, ⟨ham-⟩, ⟨ó-⟩, and ⟨u-⟩ are only stressed if:
1) they contain a long vowel
2) the word they modify does not contain a long vowel
OR
1) they contain a non-voiceless vowel
2) the word they modify does not contain a non-voiceless vowel.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Classical Erávahal. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Classical ErávahalOrthography [edit]
0q1
i
iem
/i/
0q1
í
ím
/i:/
0r1
r
rém
/ɾ/
0l1
l
lém
/l/
0s1
s
sém
/s/
0q1
e
aem
/e/
0q1
é
ém
/e:/
0t1
t
tian
/t/
0d1
dh
dhian
/ð/
0x1
th
thian
/θ/
0n1
n
nian
/n/
0q1
a
an
/ä/
0q1
á
án
/ä:/
0c1
c
cuan
/k/
0g1
g
guan
/ɣ/
0h1
h
huan
/x/
0q1
o
aom
/o/
0q1
ó
óm
/o:/
0q1
u
uom
/u/
0q1
ú
úm
/u:/
0p1
p
póm
/p/
0v1
v
vóm
/v/
0f1
f
fóm
/f/
0m1
m
móm
/m/
0q1
'
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    Typological information for Classical Erávahal

    Base counting systemVigesimal (20)
    Definite articleDistinct article
    Fixed stress locationAntepenultimate
    GendersMasculine/Feminine/Neuter
    Morphological typologyFusional

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