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Hardmoks
Odarahidu
[ʔaˌta.ɾaˈhə.t͡sɣ̩]
Registered by Tetthinkirl on 3 January 2019
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Human/humanoid
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Sample of Hardmoks[view] vir ho ran gevar rage a Isava gbiruniso arive ni.

this is the land in which prophet Isaiah has created crude oil
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalVelarGlottal
Nasal m mʲ mˠ n nʲ nˠ     [ŋ]1  
Plosive p pʲ pˠ t tʲ tˠ     k kʲ ʔ
Fricative   s sˠ ɕ2 ç3 x4 h
Lateral approximant   [l]5 [l:]6 [l:ˠ]7        
Lateral fricative   [ɮ]8        
Lateral flap   ɺ ɺʲ ɺˠ        
Approximant       j ɰ  
Flap   [ɾ]9 [ɾʲ]10 [ɾˠ]11        
Click   (ǃ)12 (ⁿǃ) (ǁ)13 (ⁿǁ)      
Blends k͡p k͡pʲ14 k͡pˠ15
  1. in coda followed by /k/, allophone of /n/
  2. phonetically /sʲ/
  3. phonetically /hʲ/
  4. phonetically /hˠ/
  5. allophone of /ɺ/ in coda before an approximant
  6. allophone of the cluster /ɺɺ/ when none of the two consonants belong to a stressed syllable
  7. allophone of /ɺɺˠ/ when neither consonant belongs to a stressed syllable
  8. coda aɺɺophone of /ɺ/
  9. allophone of /ɺ/ before /a/
  10. before /a/, allophone of /ɺʲ/
  11. allophone of /ɺˠ/ before /a/
  12. Clicks are only phonemically present in loans from Modehitchu. /!/ can be Odaraised as /t(ˠ)/
  13. Clicks are only phonemically present in loans from Modehitchu. /ǁ/ can be Odaraised as /k(ʲ)/
  14. palatalised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as regular /k͡p/, but fronts the following vowel
  15. velarised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as tenuis /k͡p/, but backs the following vowel
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close [i]1   [ɯ]2 [u]3
Close-mid [e]4    
Mid   ə  
Open-mid     [ʌ]5 [ɔ]6
Open a    
  1. palatalised, allophone of /ə/
  2. velar(ised), allophone of /ə/
  3. after tenuis labials, allophone of /ə/
  4. palatalised allophone of /a/
  5. velar(ised), allophone of /a/
  6. after tenuis labials, allophone of /a/
Syllable Structure(C)V(S), where S is a sonorant /ɺ n/. Hardmoks has a strong preference for open syllables, and as such, closed syllables can never occur before an onsetless syllable (V or VS).
Stress informationFixed on the penultimate syllable
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Hardmoks. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 HardmoksOrthography
h
Hh
/h/, /x/1, /ç/2
s
Ss
/s/, /sˠ/, /ɕ/3
m
Mm
/m/, /mˠ/, /mʲ/
nx
Nn
/n/, /nʲ/, /nˠ/, [ŋ]4
g
Gg
/k/, /kʲ/
d
Dd
/t/, /tʲ/, /tˠ/
b
Bb
/p/, /pʲ/, /pˠ/
bxg
GB gb
/k͡p/, /k͡pˠ/5, /k͡pʲ/6
rx
Rr
/ɺ/, /ɺʲ/, /ɺˠ/, [ɮ]7, [l]8, [ɾ]9, [ɾˠ]10, [ɾʲ]11
Aa
/a/
'
Ee
/a/, [e]12
'
Oo
/a/, [ʌ]13, [ɔ]14
Yy
/ə/
'
Ii
/ə/, [i]15
'
Uu
/ə/, [u]16, [ɯ]17
ŋ
Vv
/ʔ/, /j/, /ɰ/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. phonetically /hˠ/
  2. phonetically /hʲ/
  3. phonetically /sʲ/
  4. in coda followed by /k/
  5. velarised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as tenuis /k͡p/, but backs the following vowel
  6. palatalised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as regular /k͡p/, but fronts the following vowel
  7. coda aɺɺophone of /ɺ/
  8. allophone of /ɺ/ in coda before an approximant
  9. allophone of /ɺ/ before /a/
  10. allophone of /ɺˠ/ before /a/
  11. before /a/
  12. palatalised allophone of /a/
  13. velar(ised)
  14. after tenuis labials
  15. palatalised
  16. after tenuis labials
  17. velar(ised)
Typological information for Hardmoks

Morphological typologyAnalytical
Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative
Primary word orderVSO
Syllable structureModerate (CVC max)
Vowel harmonyAdvanced-retracted

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