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Hedrian [FUG]
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Typology Functional 1,910 words
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Registered by [Deactivated User] on 23 November 2017
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Hedrian
A URALIC LANGUAGE TO URALIC THEM ALL (Definitely not just Hungarian 2.0)

Hedrian is a language that attempts to combine and simplify the most widely spoken Uralic languages. There is also a moderate amount of Germanic and Romance influenced words. Hedrian does feature many of the basic features of its parent Uralic languages, such as putting prepositions after the noun as a suffix, but the grammar has been constructed to feel more Germanic. This is including but not limited to:
  • •Reconstructing verb conjugations
    •Dropping adjective agreement (or any agreement for that matter)
    •Making word endings easier to form through predictable affixing
    •Supplementing various Uralic words with borrowed words, given they're commonly borrowed in other European languages

  • The main aesthetic is designed after Hungarian, with Finnic, Sami, and Samoyedic words being transcribed to fit the style. All letters are meant to be pronounced one-to-one, although there is variation depending on accent, such as [r] and [é]. These mainly depend on accent, although the standard form defines [r] as /ɾ/ and [é] as /i:/.
    Sample of Hedrian[view] Vetek nem.

    I don't know.
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    Sound samples in Hedrian
    Some sound samples of Hedrian. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
    Foném vet nejälotosz egyik hénetó jelosz kéletben, hogy erótet jelten.
    A phoneme is an indivisible unit of sound present in a language that discerns meaning.
    Szek szí tänsegyöm nem. Nókes kórpesen rägegy rägosz, tänsosz pozitsitben, kofógök hérezetó hogy e f...
    Many people won't dance. Their bodies get stuck in a fixed, dancelike position, encased by the fear ...
    Rotan stänyegy tojäkenen. Öz nem menes problém hogy te äkten nem tékenen fera.
    Rats lay eggs. Not my problem that you don't want to face the facts.
    Idekök kisek älkoholen e hólma mit te sänen bär kéletben.
    I've had too much to drink to care about what you're saying in any language.
    Language family relationships
    Language treeUralic
     ⤷ Proto-Uralic
      ⤷ Finno-Ugric
       ⤷ Mansic
        ⤷ Volga-Ugric
         ⤷  Hedrian
    [view] About UralicThe Uralic languages /jʊˈrælɨk/ (sometimes called Uralian /jʊˈreɪliən/ languages) constitute a language family of some three dozen languages spoken by approximately 25 million people. The Uralic languages with the most native speakers are Hungarian, ...
    Nasal m   n   ɲ    
    Plosive p b   t d   ɟ k g  
    Fricative   f v s z ʃ ʒ     h
    Affricate     t͡s        
    Lateral approximant     l        
    Approximant         j    
    Flap     ɾ        
    Close i i:1 y      
    Near-close     ʊ  
    Close-mid e: ø     o:
    Mid   ə    
    Open-mid ɛ     ɔ
    Open   ä    
    Polyphthongs äi
    1. Might be regarded as /e/
    Below is the orthography for Hedrian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
     HedrianOrthography [edit]
    Aa/ə/Ää/ä/ÄÄ ää/e:/Bb/b/Dd/d/Éé/i:/1Ee/ɛ/Ff/f/Gg/g/GY gy/ɟ/Hh/h/
    Íí/äi/Ii/i/Jj/j/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/NY ny/ɲ/Oo/ɔ/Öö/ø/Óó/o:/
    Pp/p/Rr/ɾ/RR rr/ʒ/Ss/s/SZ sz/ʃ/Tt/t/TS ts/t͡s/Uu/ʊ/Vv/v/Yy/y/Zz/z/
    ✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
    1. Might be regarded as /e/
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    Grammar Forms and Formality
    Differences in syntax and defining formality levels.
    25-Aug-20 09:33
    Typological information for Hedrian

    Adjective agreementNone
    Definite articleAffix used
    Indefinite articleNone
    Number of nominal casesEight cases or more

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