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Hardmoks
Odarahidu
[ʔaˌta.ɾaˈhə.t͡sɣ̩]
Registered by Tetthinkirl on 3 January 2019
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Human/humanoid
About Hardmoks THIS PAGE HAS SUFFERED FROM BIG-OL' OUTDATUS
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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
PalatalVelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m mʲ mʶ n nʲ nʶ     [ŋ]1    
Plosive p pʲ pʶ t tʲ tʶ     k kʲ q2 ʔ
Fricative   s sʶ ɕ3 ç4 x5   h
Lateral flap   ɺ6 ɺʲ ɺʶ          
Approximant       j ɰ    
Blends k͡p k͡pʲ7 k͡pʶ8
  1. in coda followed by /k/, allophone of /n/
  2. underlyingly /kʶ/
  3. underlyingly /sʲ/
  4. underlyingly /hʲ/
  5. underlyingly /hʶ/
  6. In coda: [l] before voiced consonants, [ɬ~s] before voiceless and [ð̞] finally/before [ɰ j]
  7. palatalised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as regular /k͡p/, but fronts the following vowel
  8. Uvularised /k͡p/ is pronounced exactly the same as tenuis /k͡p/, but backs the following vowel
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close [i]1 [ʉ]2 [ɯ]3 [u]4
Close-mid [e]5 [ɵ]6  
Mid   ə  
Open-mid     [ʌ]7 [ɔ]8
Open a    
  1. palatalised, allophone of /ə/
  2. after palatalised labials, allophone of /ə/
  3. velar(ised), allophone of /ə/
  4. after tenuis labials, allophone of /ə/
  5. palatalised allophone of /a/
  6. after palatalised labials, allophone of /a/
  7. velar(ised), allophone of /a/
  8. after tenuis labials, allophone of /a/
Syllable Structure(C)V(S), where S is a sonorant /ɺ n/. Hardmoks has a strong leaning towards open CV syllables, closed syllables can never occur before an onsetless syllable (V or VS). Additionally, only /a/ can appear in V or VS syllables; while glottal stops are distinguished from null onset before /a/, only the former can occur before a schwa (/ʔə/): the syllables *ə, əɺ, ən do not exist.
Stress informationHardmoks is heavily syllable-timed and there is very little difference in length and loudness between the syllables of a word. However, there is a (nonphonemic) word tone/pitch among some speakers. Depending on the amount of syllables in the word, its structure generally follows this pattern: [HL HLF HLFL HLLFL HLFLFL HLLFLFL] (where F is a falling syllable, H is a high one and L is a low toned 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/, /sʶ/, /ɕ/3
d
Dd
/t/, /tʲ/, /tʶ/
g
Gg
/k/, /kʲ/, /q/4
n
Nn
/n/, /nʲ/, /nʶ/, [ŋ]5
b
Bb
/p/, /pʲ/, /pʶ/
m
Mm
/m/, /mʶ/, /mʲ/
k
Vv
/j/, /ɰ/
r
Rr
/ɺ/6, /ɺʲ/, /ɺʶ/
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  1. underlyingly /hʶ/
  2. underlyingly /hʲ/
  3. underlyingly /sʲ/
  4. underlyingly /kʶ/
  5. in coda followed by /k/
  6. In coda: [l] before voiced consonants, [ɬ~s] before voiceless and [ð̞] finally/before [ɰ j]
Typological information for Hardmoks

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

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