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Calutian
Pedtee Kaluśa
[pɛtʼɛ: kälʊʃə:]*
Registered by astrangemann on 24 May 2018
Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersSpoken by a population of around 6,000,000 in: CalutiaOfficial KorihimRegional SelgvodMinority
Species Human/humanoid
About Calutian Pedtee Kaluśa

A language spoken by a Parshitan nation in Sahar, Calutia, aka the greatest nation on the planet.

This is Calutian, an aggulinating and accusative language that's half shitty derivation from the proto and half a priori. It has a fuckton of verb inflections (that stack!) and not that much anywhere else. It has a kickass conscript and basically that's all I have to say. Enjoy the rest of the shitshow for yourself.

Here I have a sample of the Calutian script, a translated-into-Calutian version of UDHR Article #2.
Sample of Calutian[view] Jus gkǝry e etińaren adt jus ńateiy u insańgey eńun elindein a y Gedtinajao, aspińas kendtiroe e jer anuźe, sy zinlao, ańtoe, sinei, pedte, naigaoe, śuiráŋ hu katan ańajen, milenaaś hu linǝro ajidt, haesoi, ilsaano hu katan minzot. Aninaizaońo, ǝs kendtiroe etśéińcé nio stazro e śuiráŋ, awańantoŋ, hu anuńmilenaaś minzot e milen hu tegkaamilen adt t...[view all texts]
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Language family relationships
Language treeHedretic
 ⤷  Proto-Hedretic
  ⤷ Central Hedretic
   ⤷ Proto-Calutian
    ⤷ Calutic
     ⤷ Old Calutian
      ⤷ Middle Calutian
       ⤷  Calutian
[view] About HedreticThe Hedretic Language Family is a collection of languages that are spoken in and around the Tarnteǝ Mountain Chain. These languages share the Common Hemberdian writing system and similar grammars and typologies.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottalOther
Nasal m   n       ŋ    
Plosive p   t tʼ d       k kʼ g    
Fricative   f s z ʃ ʒ       h  
Affricate     t͡s [t͡ʃ]1         t͡ɬ
Lateral approximant     l            
Lateral fricative     [ɬ]2            
Approximant     ɹ   j w      
Flap     [ɾ]3            
  1. if c is right after a consonant, allophone of /t͡s/
  2. allophone of /l/
  3. allophone of /d/
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close i i: y       [ʲu]1
Near-close   ɪ ɪ:   ʊ ʊ:  
Close-mid e e:       o o:
Mid     ə ə:    
Open-mid ɛ ɛ:       ʌ ʌ:
Open     ä ä:    
  1. only between a consonant (that's not a bilabial) and a vowel, allophone of /o/
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Calutian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 CalutianOrthography
Aa
a
/ä/, [ə:]1
Tt
/t/
Ee
el
/ɛ/
Ii
in
/i/, /ɪ/
Kk
ka
/k/
Gg
ga
/g/
Jj
ja
/j/
Uu
um
/ʊ/
Śś
śeŋ
/ʃ/
Dd
/d/, [ɾ]
Nn
na
/n/
Éé
ér
/e/
Oo
oz
/o/, [ʲu]2
Ŋŋ
/ŋ/
Ǝǝ
ǝr
/ə/
Rr
/ɹ/
Ll
la
/l/, [ɬ]
Źź
źeŋ
/ʒ/
Ss
su
/s/
Ńń
ńa
/ŋ/
Hh
/h/
Áá
ás
/ʌ/
Mm
ma
/m/
Cc
co
/t͡s/, [t͡ʃ]3
Yy
yy
/ɪ/, /j/
Pp
/p/
Ff
fu
/f/
Zz
zu
/z/
Ww
wa
/w/
DT dt
edté
/tʼ/
GK gk
egka
/kʼ/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. if a is the last letter of a word
  2. only between a consonant (that's not a bilabial) and a vowel
  3. if c is right after a consonant
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Calutian Holidays 28-Feb-19 22:24
Calutia's People 28-Feb-19 22:17
Calutian Numbers
It's numbers and how to use/say them.
08-Dec-18 15:48
Typological information for Calutian

Base counting systemOctal (8)
GendersNone
Primary word orderSVO
Script typeAlphabet

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