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Sindielic
Sindielarin
[sindiɛlaɾin]
Registered by EkvEsp on 27 September 2019
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Human/humanoid
About Sindielic Created for a friend, who is aparently VERY picky, even though he knows essentially nothing about linguistics. Regardless, Sindielic was created for the purpose of aesthetic, and so is not particularly naturalistic, and I have grown to like the style.

Sindielic is a highly inflectional language with nouns that decline into one of 3 genders and one of 4 cases (1 gender and 2 cases for pronouns, excluding possessives), and verbs that conjugate into, other than the infinitive, 5 tenses (as well as the gnomic, imperative, and conditional moods and the causative and passive voices). Verbs must agree with their subject in grammatical gender and person. The only irregular verb is "sio" (to be), which has far fewer tenses and no subject-verb agreement rules. Adjectives and adverbs do not conjugate.
Sindielic is also very flexible, with its typical SVO and adjective-noun orders often changed for euphony, a feature inspired by Latin. Sindielic is, as a whole, lightly influenced by Latin, but it is not based on Latin. Okay, maybe a little.
The language borrows the general idea of Esperanto "Correllatives" and lacks labial consonants (except /f/) and /u/, outside of loanwords and /au/.
I have a conscript (that actually looks quite nice), but lack the resources to put it on here.
Sample of Sindielic[view] Ine thiandi se kaisáreth arse o indele kya stando o heari. Nêndor o aninel seonis, o sêris i'yosa de swirita f'onkeso sorio.

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
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kêdiovgather
kêdiovbring
liniovbind
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal (m)     n     [ŋ]1  
Plosive (p) (b)     t d     k kʷ  
Fricative   f θ s       h
Lateral approximant       l        
Approximant         j w    
Trill       [r]2        
Flap       ɾ        
Blends (sj)3 (tj)4 (dj)5
  1. allophone of /n/
  2. allophone of /ɾ/
  3. used only in foreign names to represent /ʃ/
  4. used only in foreign names to represent /tʃ/
  5. used only in foreign names to represent /dʒ/
VowelsFrontBack
Close i u1
Close-mid e o
Open-mid ɛ  
Open a  
Polyphthongs ai ae au
  1. only used in diphthongs and loanwords
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Sindielic. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 SindielicOrthography
Aa
Ao
/a/
Kk
Ko
/k/
Ww
Wao
/w/
Qq
Quo
/k/1
Ii
Yo
/i/
Yy
Yao
/j/
Tt
To
/t/
Ss
So
/s/
Ff
Fo
/f/
Ee
Eo
/e/
Êê
Eo Odare
/ɛ/
Nn
No
/n/
Rr
Er
/ɾ/
Ll
El
/l/
Th th
Eth
/θ/
Oo
Wo
/o/
Hh
Ho
/h/
Dd
Ando
/d/
Uu
Wo Liase
/u/2
Pp
Po
/p/3
Mm
Mo
/m/4
Bb
Ambo
/b/5
Gg
Ko Kiese
/k/6
Zz
So Kiese
/s/7
Vv
Fo Kiese
/f/8
Cc
To Hae
/tj/9
Jj
Ando Hae
/dj/10
Šš
So Hae
/sj/11
Žž
So Kiese Hae
/sj/12
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  1. only used in the digraph 'qu', pronounced /kʷ/
  2. only used in diphthongs and loanwords
  3. loan words only
  4. loan words only
  5. loan words only
  6. used only in foreign names, loan words only
  7. used only in foreign names, loan words only
  8. used only in foreign names, loan words only
  9. used only in foreign names to represent /tʃ/, loan words only
  10. used only in foreign names to represent /dʒ/, loan words only
  11. used only in foreign names to represent /ʃ/, loan words only
  12. used only in foreign names to represent /ʒ/, loan words only
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Lessons (6)
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Typological information for Sindielic

GendersOther animacy classes
Morphological typologyAgglutinative
Noun-adjective orderEither
Number of nominal casesFour cases

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