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Eno Sign [EON]
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Typology On hold 116 words Eno Sign
u!t[U]mXY+pc[B_]
Registered by Eton on 15 August 2018
Language type Signed conlang
Species Humans/Humanoid (signed)
Sample of Eno Sign[view] sh!t[I] sh[W]->sh[A]->sh[W] sh!t[I]

I am me
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Latest vocabulary
pm[B_]mXYadjnice
Phonology
[view]Phonological System: Humans/Humanoid (signed)Modified Sign Language IPA (MSLIPA), a way of transcribing signed languages heavily based on David Peterson's Sign Language IPA (SLIPA). Most of the credit goes to him and his work on the system. The original version can be found at http://dedalvs.conlang.org/slipa.html

Handshapes are directly taken from SLIPA as well as diacritics, an individual explanation of the specific handshapes is advised for each language. Due to formatting issues, areas below the waist are not well specified in this version, although they will be discussed in the article and are in fact included in the MSLIPA.

IMPORTANT NOTE: Due to constraints, this is only a bare version, and specific attributes (using superscripts) must be added manually, a link to the unicode list here https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Unicode_subscripts_and_superscripts
PlaceMiddle ForeheadEyebrowEye LevelUpperlipChin (point)EarClavicleMiddle ChestSolar PlexusNavalBelow-Navalpalm
Central f   u c ear    b  plm
Non-Central  br sy     pc   bl 
Periphery       sh     
Reversable          lbw  wrs hnd
Handshape0 Fingers1 Finger1 Finger2 Fingers2 Fingers3 Fingers4 Fingers4 Fingers
Thumb Vertical A      B 
Thumb Horizontal   L     
Thumb Under  Ï    W 4 
Thumb Under    U (V)   
Curved w/ Thumb       C O
Other  Ñ   K   
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Eno Sign. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Eno SignOrthography
ER er/ear/LW lw/lbw/HD hd/hnd/PM pm/plm/Ii/Ï/Nn/Ñ/Vv/V/1WS ws/wrs/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
  1. loan words only
Typological information for Eno Sign

Base counting systemQuinary (5)
Noun-adjective orderNoun first
Marked tense (verb)Past, Present, Future
Marked aspect (verb)Perfective and imperfective
Primary writing systemLanguage not written

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