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Imperial Speech [HBZGT]
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New 10 words Imperial Speech
Habezagat
[xabɛza'gat]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 31 July 2021
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
Sample of Imperial SpeechCan't find any yet.
Latest vocabulary
habesnempire
hagotnthirteenth month
nametntenth month
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarPalatalVelar
Nasal m n ɲ  
Plosive p b t d c ɟ k g
Fricative ɸ s z ç x
Lateral approximant   l ʎ  
Trill   r rʲ    
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i: y ɨ ɨ: u u:
Close-mid e   o
Open-mid ɛ ɛ: œ   ɔ ɔ:
Open a a:    
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Imperial Speech. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Imperial SpeechOrthography [edit]
Aa/a/Bb/b/Dd/d/Ee/ɛ/Éé/e/Ff/ɸ/Gg/g/Hh/x/Ii/i/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/
Nn/n/Óó/o/Oo/ɔ/Öö/œ/Pp/p/Rr/r/Ss/s/Tt/t/Uu/u/Üü/y/Yy/ɨ/Zz/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
    Additional NotesPalatalized consonants are written as the equivalent non-palatalized consonant + j, or simply without j before i and é which always palatalize the previous consonant. Some consonants with multiple etymological origins (e.g. c) have several orthographies, the historical root is normally used.
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