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European
Europiska
[europiska]*
Registered by Velen Taegnarip on 18 April 2019
Language type International Auxiliary Language (IAL)
Place & SpeakersEuropean is spoken by a population of 1 in France.
Species Human/humanoid
About European European(Europiska) is an auxiliary language based on many languages, very known, or less, for example : Afrikaans, Ancient-Greek, Anglo-Saxon, Bokmål, Celtiberian, Corsican, Czech, Dalecarian, Danish, Dutch, English, Estonian, Faroese, Finnish, Finno-Ugric, French, Hawaiian, Hebrew, Icelandic, Indo-European, Kikuyu, Latin, Latvian, Livonian, Middle English, Northern Sami, Nynorsk, Occitan, Old Francic, Old French, Old Norse, Old Occitan, Old Slavic, Old Spanish, Persian, Picard, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Romansh, Russian, Saterland Frisian, Serbian, Slovenian, Spanish, Swedish, Tahitian, Võro, Walloon, West Flemish, or Yiddish.

However, the objective is, before all, to be understood by European peoples (precisely by Indo-European peoples living in Europe, and Finno-Ugric peoples).


I especially thank to @Brillan the creator of  Oraŋi Prat, @Orikrin the creator of  Ov, @Slackline the creator of  Norþic and the seventeen people who reacted anonymously to my language, for their support, their help, their encouragings and the knowledges they have brought me. Of course, thanks to @Hashi and those who keep the website alive, in one way or another.

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Sample of European[view] Sö tradukciòn åv śest fraza e dober.

The translation of this sentence is good.
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Latest vocabulary
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Sound samples in European
Some sound samples of European. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Hëlå kàźdy und vëlkomin nāl moj kanàl !
Hello Everyone and Welcome to my channel!
Hëlå, kwom eś tjå, moj fraynd ?
Hello, how are you, my friend?
För sö magisk sup, ny nuźdàjemo cebùla, ćesnek, und sö Sfant ¨Påtàta.
For the magic soup we need onions, garlic, and the holy potato.
Djà, buki slièbjavät një möts probùźdjavät nam !
Yes, books do not sleep but awaken us !
Moj namià e Bob, mjà lëvju dins ferma, ny havjemo dvå krowae, moj papa roykjar krak.
My name is Bob, I live on a farm, we have two cows, my dad smokes crack.
Sö vox dins moj kapfèsa e një reàl.
The voices in my head aren't real
Language family relationships
Language treeIndo-European
 ⤷ Proto-Indo-European
  ⤷  European
[view] About Indo-EuropeanThis family tree includes only the main branches and the branches that are too small to be shown separately. See separate main branches for further detail.
[view] Eurasiska (Eurasian)Eurasian is an European's dialect, however it's based on European, of course but also on Japanese and more significantly on Finno-Ugric languages.

Like Japanese, Eurasian uses Kanji, Hiragana and Katakana but, like Finnish or Estonian, Eurasian can use only Latin characters.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
Alveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularGlottalOther
Nasal m m:   n n:     ɲ          
Plosive p p: b b:   t t: d d:     c1   k k: g g: q2 ɢ3    
Fricative ɸ4 β5 f v s s: z z: ʃ ʒ ɕ6 ʑ7         h  
Affricate     t͡s d͡z t͡ʃ d͡ʒ t͡ɕ8 d͡ʑ9            
Lateral approximant     l l:         ʟ10     ɫ11
Approximant   ʋ12       j w        
Trill     r r:                
Blends ks
  1. Free variant of /k/
  2. Free variant of /k/
  3. Free variant of /g/
  4. Free variant of /f/
  5. Free variant of /v/
  6. Free variant of /ʃ/
  7. Free variant of /ʒ/
  8. Free variant of /t͡ʃ/
  9. Free variant of /d͡ʒ/
  10. Free variant of /l/
  11. Free variant of /l/
  12. Free variant of /v/
VowelsFrontBack
Close i i: y u u:
Close-mid e e: ø o o:
Open-mid ɛ ɔ1
Near-open æ  
Open a a:  
  1. allophone of /o/
Orthography
Below is the orthography for European. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 EuropeanOrthography
Aa
alpu
/a/
Ää
älef
/æ/
Bb
baytu
/b/
Cc
cimmel
/t͡s/
Ćć
ćadu
/t͡ʃ/
Dd
daltu
/d/
Ee
hew
/e/
Ëë
/ɛ/
Ff
fāwu
/f/
Gg
gamlu
/g/
Hh
haytu
/h/
Ii
iadu
/i/
Jj
jōd
/j/
Kk
kapu
/k/
Ll
lamdu
/l/
Mm
mayim
/m/
Nn
nunu
/n/
Ññ
ñahśu
/ɲ/
Oo
oynu
/o/
Öö
öyin
/ø/
Pp
pu
/p/
Rr
rasu
/r/
Ss
sinnu
/s/
Śś
śin
/ʃ/
Tt
tawu
/t/
Uu
uāv
/u/
Vv
vāv
/v/
Ww
wāwu
/w/
Xx
samku
/ks/
Yy
yāw
/y/
Zz
zaynu
/z/
Źź
źayin
/ʒ/
Åå
hållu
/ɔ/1
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. allophone of /o/
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Fregùntae Anùncianēt Konstàntly
(Frequently Asked Questions)
30-Jul-19 18:19
Tëkst 1 : Hëj !
Först tëkst em Europiska.
20-Jul-19 19:34
Lessons (5)
11 Först lëkśon : Alfbayt & numeri.
22 Segond lëkśon : Pronomi & vërbi åv sö primer grup.
33 Toräs lëkśon : Vërbi åv sö segond grup.
44 Kwetförjäs lëkśon : Njëstandard vërbi.
55 Vīzäs lëkśon : Substantìvi & deklinàciae.
Typological information for European

AlienabilityAlienable/inalienable
Animacy distinctionsAnimate/Inanimate
Morphological typologySynthetic
Number of nominal casesEight cases or more
Pronoun dropping?No

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