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Koman [DAD]
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CWSP Lang Progressing 520 words
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Registered by Lme15 on 7 February 2017
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Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersSpoken in: KomaniaOfficial BalakiaRegional Zinsha-VogiaRegional GushliaMinority
Species Human/humanoid
About Koman

Koman (natively: Qamawân /xɒmäβä:n/ ) is a Vaniuan language mainly spoken in the eastern parts of the Vaniuan region, the language is officially spoken in  Komania. Koman is the modern form of Classical Koman which served as the court language of the Ashar Mizarate, although, heavily influenced by various languages, the language still preserves a lot of native words. Koman itself is considered to be the only language preserving lexicon from the alleged proto-Tahavic and Ghashar languages which might have been spoken between 2000 and 500 years ago, thus explaining the unknown origin of a considerable portion of the vocabulary.
Sample of Koman[view] Na hazan!

Do not cry!
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Language family relationships
Language treeVaniuan
 ⤷  Proto-Vaniu
  ⤷ Proto-Eastern Vaniuan
   ⤷  Kalkali
    ⤷  Middle Koman
     ⤷ Classical Koman
      ⤷  Koman
[view] About VaniuanThe Vaniuan language is a family of languages originating from a disputed urheimat of either Western Parshita or around Lake Melkanchuta. Its descendant languages consist of around an estimated 400-700 Million speakers with varying phonologies, vocab...
[view] Bīşē (Bishe)The Bishe dialects are spoken in the south-western parts of Komania, the varieties spoken are characterised for their archaic and conservative phonology which mainly hails from Middle Koman.
[view] Tārāş (Torosh)The Torosh dialects are spoken in eastern Komania and it's surrounding pockets, mainly attributed with Kashisan influence and noted for its divergent phonology.
[view] Házarwa (Western Koman)Western Koman is a group of closely related dialects mainly spoken in the coasts of Komania, the three varieties Balğar, Aşar and Maşawi are presumed to have descended from Classical Koman around 1700.
Nasal m     n         ŋ  
Plosive p b     t d         k g  
Fricative β f θ ð s z ʃ ʒ ʂ ʂʲ     x ɣ h
Affricate         (t͡ʃ)          
Lateral approximant       l            
Approximant             j w ɰ  
Trill       r            
Close i ʲi i:     u u:
Near-close   ɪ    
Close-mid e     o o: ʷo
Mid   ə ʲə əʷ ə:  
Open     ä äʷ ä: ɒ ɒ:
Below is the orthography for Koman. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/ɒ/, /ä/Áá/äʷ/Ââ/ɒ:/, /ä:/Çç/t͡ʃ/1Êê/ə:/Îî/i:/, /ʲi/Óó/ʷo/Ôô/o:/Ḍḍ/ð/Ṣṣ/θ/Ẓẓ/ð/
Ûû/u:/Bb/b/, /β/Dd/d/Ee/e/, /e̞/Əə/ə/ƏW əw/əʷ/Ff/f/Gg/g/GH gh/x/Hh/h/Ii/i/, /ɪ/
IƏ iə/ʲə/Jj/ʒ/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/NG ng/ŋ/Oo/o/Pp/p/Qq/x/Rr/r/
Ss/s/SH sh/ʃ/Tt/t/Uu/u/Vv/f/, /β/Ww/β/, /w/Xx/x/Yy/j/, /j/Zz/z/Şş/ʂ/, /ʂʲ/Ğğ/x/, /ɣ/, /ɰ/
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