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Gaelish
Gaolissh
[Geliʃ]
Registered by Anderteanga on 23 July 2018
Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersGaelish is spoken by a population of around 4,000,000 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Gaelish The language is spoken by around 4,000,000 speakers on the modern day island of Ireland. The language was developed from Anglo-Saxon heritage and culture. During the Anglo-Saxon colonization of Britain, the colonists decided to sail west and eventually hit Ireland. Gaelish is 90% German-based and 10% Irish-based, except the Irish sounds more German and is pronunciated correctly.
Sample of Gaelish[view] Luk unt Waoder teaelog (Iej bin daon waoter) / / [Waoder] Obie-Yhan nie fosakt tshu wass fogasshyjen zu daon waoter. / [Luk] Ear fosakt mir hass issh genuket! Ear fosakt mir tshu fotudsst sir! / [Waoder] Naon. Iej bin daon waoter. / [Luk] Naon! Naon! Hass issh far neat! Hass issh unnogleatsh! / [Waoder] Tshu Sushisst daon gawülern; tshu weis...[view all texts]
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Sound samples in Gaelish
Some sound samples of Gaelish. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Eass issh natürleatsh Eass issh natürleatsh sterpen.
It is natural to die.
Dortsh, juezt eass issh kunss Zie, herr, ta ter grossartissh kunssler zu liept.
You, sir, are the greatest artist who ever lived!
Hebst Tshu Sued? Eass issh zeiper mer sued issh saoer unaondleatsh deanush whier heben neat aon r...
It’s amazing because time is so infinite yet we never have enough of it.
Wass issh maon numm?
What is my name?
Iej Spreake Engelissh.
I speak English
Language family relationships
Language treeGermanic
 ⤷ Proto-Germanic
  ⤷ West Germanic
   ⤷ Anglo-Frisian
    ⤷  Gaelish
[view] About GermanicThe Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of approximately 500 million people mainly in North America, Oceania, Western and Northern Europe. Proto-Germanic , which was spoken in approxima...
[view] Leibireaenissh (Gaelish Liberian)In the year 1671, A Gaelish explorer went sailing down the African coast, looking to establish a colony for the Gaelish people. Two years later, a successful colony was established and modern-day Liberia, modern-day Guinea, modern-day Sierra Leone, modern-day Guinea Bissau, and parts of modern-day Côte D'Ivoire became a colony of the Gaelish Empire. The land and surrounding lands became a part of the Gaelish culture and customs and eventually got independence during the Partition of Africa.
[view] Gaolissh-Winesaolenissh (Gaelish-Venezuelan)During the Age of Colonialism, Europe plunged into a new world. In that world, a Gaelish colony was built in 1653. It was finished in 1654 and named Winesaolen (Venezuela). This colony lies in the northern part of modern-day Venezuela.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m     n            
Plosive p b     t d       k g    
Fricative   f v ð s z ʃ ç   x ʁ h
Affricate       t͡s            
Lateral approximant       l            
Approximant           j ʍ w      
Blends ʃt ʃp ʃn
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralBack
Close i   ʉ u
Near-close   ɪ    
Close-mid e ø     o
Mid     ə  
Open-mid ɛ      
Open a      
Polyphthongs ao oi ɪn ai ɛʁu ɛʁi ɛʁo ɛʁɪ
ɛʁø ɛʁɪn
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Gaelish. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 GaelishOrthography
Aa
a
/a/
Öö
ö
/ø/
Üü
ü
/ʉ/
Bb
ba
/b/
Dd
da
/d/
Ee
e
/ɛ/
Ff
fa
/f/
Gg
ga
/g/
Hh
ha
/h/
Ii
i
/ɪ/
Jj
ja
/j/
Kk
ka
/k/
Ll
la
/l/
Mm
ma
/m/
Nn
na
/n/
Oo
o
/o/
Pp
pa
/p/
Rr
ra
/ʁ/
Ss
sa
/z/
SS ss
ssa
/s/
ST st
st
/ʃt/
Tt
ta
/t/
Uu
u
/u/
Ww
wa
/v/
YH yh
yha
/w/
Xx
xa
/x/
Yy
y
/ə/
Zz
za
/t͡s/
EA ea
ea
/i/
EI ei
ei
/ai/
EN en
en
/ɪn/
ER er
er
/eə/
AU au
au
/ao/
AO ao
ao
/e/
IE ie
ie
/i/
OE oe
oe
/o/
SH sh
sha
/ç/
SP sp
sp
/ʃp/
SN sn
sn
/ʃn/
SSH ssh
ssh
/ʃ/
TSH tsh
tsh
/ð/
UE ue
ue
/oi/
ERÖ erö
erö
/ɛʁø/
ERI eri
eri
/ɛʁɪ/
ERIE erie
erie
/ɛʁi/
ERIN erin
erin
/ɛʁɪn/
ERO ero
ero
/ɛʁo/
ERU eru
eru
/ɛʁu/
HY hy
hya
/ʍ/
IR ir
ir
/iə/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
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    Typological information for Gaelish

    Adposition head-directionalityHead initial
    Adjective agreementGender/class
    AlienabilityNo alienability
    Animacy distinctionsNone
    Contour clicksNo clicks

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