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Hathirysy [HAH]
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Typology Functional 2,419 words
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Registered by Bessunire on 7 December 2018
Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersHathirysy is spoken in Isu, Ameadda, and the Kintalo Cities.
Species Human/humanoid
About Hathirysy Originally spoken by exiles fleeing the kingdom of Tasshidorun after its conquest by the Oshennym, Hathirysy grew up in the old Chennan province of Isu during the Second Interregnum and the Little Empire, and spread north and west with the adventurers known as Lhirastun into the lands of the Mervaic barbarians until it reached its present distribution, largely filling the borders of the present kingdoms of Isu and Ameadda.
Sample of Hathirysy[view] Ar esti vyano osi vyontar vyanur se.

The only true wisdom is in knowing you know nothing.
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Language family relationships
Language treeAereic
 ⤷  Proto-Aereic
  ⤷ Proto-South Aereic
   ⤷ Proto-Gannic
    ⤷ Western Gannic
     ⤷ Bandullüsü
      ⤷  Hathirysy
[view] About AereicProto-Aereic was spoken along the southeastern coast of the Northern Sea around the year 2000 of the Age of Kings. It eventually split to produce at least five branches: Kotic, North Aereic, South Aereic, Mervaic, and Birbazo-Luzic.
[view] Ameaddesy (Ameaddesy)This is the form of Haþirysy spoken in the kingdom of Ameadda. It is characterized by:

1. Retention of kʷ and gʷ
2. Possession of two types of rhotic: ɾ and ʀ
3. ɾ̥, ɾ̥ʲ, l̥, ʎ̥, m̥, m̥ʲ, n̥, ɲ̥ > h, j, j, j, w, ɥ, h, j
4. Retention of y
5. Collapse of diphthongs: ie > eː; ei > iː; eu > eː; ea > æː; ae, ai > ɛː; ao, au > ɔː; ui > yː; oi > iː; ou > uː; oa > ʌː
[view] Hrasirysy (Hrasirysy)Since Hrasir was the first of the major Haþirysy-speaking kingdoms to be merged with Seronya, Hrasirysy has been more heavily influenced by the standard than any of the other dialects. Even disregarding this, the two dialects are very similar. Differences include:

1. Nasal vowels where the standard dialect has a voiceless nasal followed by a voiceless stop, e.g. enta, standard /ˈʔen̥tə/, Hrasirysy /ˈʔẽːtə/
2. ŋg and ŋʷgʷ > ŋ and ŋʷ
3. Retention of intervocalic h
[view] Ondirysy (Ondirysy)Ondirysy is the dialect of Haþirysy spoken in the former kingdom of Ondir. It includes the speech of the Lowland Lhirasten and the people of the upper Temin Valley. Phonologically it is more conservative than the Standard Haþirysy of the lower Sora Valley, but it also has much more influence from Mervaic and Sulaican languages.
Nasal m̥ m̥ʲ m mʲ     n n̥   ɲ ɲ̥   [ŋ]1 [ŋʷ]2 [ŋ̥ʷ]3 [ŋ̥]4    
Plosive p pʲ [pʰ]5 [pʰʲ]6 b bʲ     t tʲ [tʰ]7 [tʰʲ]8 d dʲ   c [cʰ]9 ɟ   k kʷ [kʰ]10 [kʰʷ]11 g gʷ ʔ [ʔʲ]12  
Fricative   f fʲ v vʲ θ θʲ s sʲ ʃ ʃʲ ç ʝ     h [ɦ]13  
Lateral approximant       l   ʎ        
Lateral fricative       ɬ ɬʲ            
Approximant             ʍ w     ɥ ɥ̥
Flap       ɾ ɾʲ ɾ̥ʲ ɾ̥            
  1. allophone of any nasal before /g/
  2. allophone of any nasal before /gʷ/
  3. allophone of any nasal before /kʷ/
  4. allophone of any nasal before /k/
  5. allophone of /p/
  6. allophone of /pʲ/
  7. allophone of /t/
  8. allophone of /tʲ/
  9. allophone of /c/
  10. allophone of /k/
  11. allophone of /kʷ/
  12. allophone of /ʔ/
  13. allophone of any fricative before a voiced stop
Close i [i:]1   u [u:]2
Close-mid e [e:]3   o [o:]4
Mid   [ə]5  
Open a [a:]6    
Polyphthongs ea eu eo ai ae au ao ui ue uo
oi oe ou ie ei
  1. allophone of /i/
  2. allophone of /u/
  3. allophone of /e/
  4. allophone of /o/
  5. allophone of /a/
  6. allophone of /a/
Below is the orthography for Hathirysy. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/a/, [ə]Ee/e/Ii/i/Yy/ʝ/, /i/Oo/o/Uu/u/Pp/p/Bb/b/Ff/f/Vv/v/
Mm/m/Tt/t/Dd/d/Þþ/θ/Nn/n/, [ŋ]1Šš/ʃ/SZ sz/s/ß/s/Řř/ɾ/Cc/k/
Gg/g/Ss/s/Hh/ç/, /h/, [ɦ]2Rr/ɾ/Ll/l/Łł/w/Jj/ʝ/Zz/s/Ww/w/HW hw/ʍ/
HM hm/m̥/HN hn/n̥/, /ɲ̥/HR hr/ɾ̥/LH lh/ɬ/Ðð/θ/Kk/k/Qq/k/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. allophone of any nasal before /g/
  2. allophone of any fricative before a voiced stop
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Typological information for Hathirysy

Morphological typologyAgglutinative
Morphosyntactic alignmentSplit-S
Number of nominal casesEight cases or more
Primary word orderSOV

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