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Koreo-Japanese
韓日語
[han.nil.gʌ (han.ni ͜ k̬ʌ)]
Registered by Fej on 8 May 2020
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersKoreo-Japanese is spoken by a population of around 12,340,000 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Koreo-Japanese











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Introduction and Phonology

Koreo-Japanese is a mix between Korean and Japanese, and is spoken in  Aseom. Most of the native words come from Japanese while most of the Sino-Xenic words have Korean pronunciation. The syllable "tsu" is non-existent in Koreo-Japanese and it turns into che/chi depending on position.


Like Korean, Koreo-Japanese has stops(other than n), has more vowels and has tense(voiced voiceless) consonants.
The stops are represented with the letters ん, ㇰ, ㇳ, ㇴ(ん゙), ㇷ゚, ㇺ and ㇽ, representing n, k, t, ng, p, m and l respectively
The extra vowels are represented by adding ぇ or ぉ after another vowel


(not enough space in summary, for more of the info see my "More about Koreo-Japanese" article)
Sample of Koreo-Japanese[view] 全での人じゃたるㇺが尊嚴と權利上自由と平等に生まく゚ㇺもぉ。彼等が理性と良心に与ぇらく゚ㇺもぉと互に兄弟愛の精神に働こぉへぇやろぉ。

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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Latest vocabulary
石ごろphrshe's so arrogant
激怒nwrath
怠惰nsloth
Sound samples in Koreo-Japanese
Some sound samples of Koreo-Japanese. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
ピッチリッダに金をわ出をぉ、後彼女がぶぅったなになろぉ。ピッチリッダに金をわ使用すろぉ方わんしにゃㇽ、後彼女がぶぅったな屋わあろぉ。
Give a man a fish, and you feed him for a day. Teach a man to fish, and you feed him for a lifetime.
わがの短いと嬉し瞬間に、男人が女わ強姦すろぉ。
They kill the peacock for the beauty of its feathers.
民主主義が話そぅ時、戦車が発射すろぉ
When money speaks, the truth keeps silent.
銀行わ奪をぉ前に、媽っかわ奪をぉ。
To fight a dragon with a sickle. Don't fight a dragon with a sickle.
捕らく゚ㇺあんよぎー、人じゃたㇽわけしまㇽろぉ、好もぉすろぉ。
Only gather as many berries as you can carry
人じゃたㇽが最嬉し時にわがけしまろぉ。
The volcano errupts when the sea seems the calmest.
Language family relationships
Language treeJaponic
 ⤷ Proto-Japonic
  ⤷ Yayoi
   ⤷ Old Japanese
    ⤷ Middle Japanese
     ⤷  Koreo-Japanese
[view] About JaponicThe Japonic language family includes the Japanese language spoken on the main islands of Japan as well as the Ryukyuan languages spoken in the Ryukyu Islands. The family is widely accepted by linguists, and the term "Japonic languages" was coined by ...
[view] 闇蠅イタㇰ (Amseung Dialect)Amseung Dialect, locally referred to as 闇蠅イタㇰ (am.ɕiŋ.i.tak or ja.mi.na.ɥa.i.tak) is spoken in Amseung and Samjeup. The dialect is known for its Ainu loan words and its audible consonant releases."ɯ/u" when followed by a stop turns into and i, ʌ turns into e, ɯ turns into u and ɛ turns into e. In Samjeup u and ɯ are read as ɯ and unlike in Amseung there are voiceless vowels. h is read as x in Samjeup and i is read as ɪ in Samjeup.
[view] 中島まㇽ (Central Dialect)Central Dialect, or natively 中島まㇽ (dzoŋ.do.mɘː) is the dialect spoken in Gwimon and Jimcheon and is also one of the least spoken and least known Koreo-Japanese dialect. All the unaspirated consonants are voiced and all the aspirated consonants become unaspirated. All consonant stops (p̚, t̚, k̚, l) lengthen the preceding vowel while in the case of m, n, ŋ they nasalise the preceding vowel. "i" becomes "e", "a" and "ʌ" becomes "ɘ" while "u" and "ɯ" becomes "o".
[view] 東韓日文 (Eastern Dialect)Eastern Dialect, known natively as 東韓日文 (toŋ.han.ɲiɫ.mon) is the dialect spoken in Chaegwon City, Sanja City, Jaho County, Hanyang County and Dangyeog County. The Eastern dialect is one of the easiest dialects to understand but is also one of the less known dialects. In Eastern Dialect "n" always turns into "ɲ", "u" and "ɯ" turns into "o" and "ʌ" turns into "u", there are no aspirated consonants and "l" is always read as a dark l (ɫ), p turns into f(or p͡f in Dangyeog) when preceding a vowel.
[view] 南鎟舌 (Namsang Dialect)The Namsang Dialect, natively known as 南鎟舌 (mi.na.mi.tugu.ɕita) is spoken in the Namsang Archipelago and is also the dialect spoken furthest away from mainland Aseom. Short o and ɯ turns into u, ʌ and ɛ turns into e, e can palatalise consonants, k and g can be palatalised into tɕ and dʑ and the dialect has a very different vocabulary. Old Japanese p is retained as f in Namsang Dialect. Sometimes consonants can depalatalise.
[view] 金川シプラーケ (North Eastern Dialect)North Eastern Dialect, written as 金川シプラーケ (or kanekauffe shpraake) but pronounced as xa.nə.xao.fə ʃpra:.xə is notorious for its unintelligibility and its difficult pronunciation. There are so many sound changes it is impossible to name them all. Vowels are often reduced, k turns into x, voiced consonants are voiceless, w turns into ff if a vowel is preceding, the vowel if front turns into oi(if the vowel is e,i)/au(other vowels), ɯ turns into y, o turns into ø sometimes etc.
[view] 利原方言 (North Western Dialect)North Western Dialect, natively known as 利原方言 (to.ɕi̥.ha.ɾa.hon.gen) is spoken in the Toshihara prefecture and also in Harang and Jalgang city. It retains many Japanese words like the Western Dialect and merge many vowels. je and che becomes ji and chi and ji and chi turns into tsu. "tsu" is nasalised when not in final position and there are no asphirated consonants. Consonants are voiced when followed by a vowel. Final p t k turns into (), tsu and ku while final m n ng turns into n n and (:).
[view] 北方言 (Northern Dialect)Northern Dialect, locally referred to as 北方言 (b̥ʊg̥.p͡faŋ.en) is the dialect spoken in most of the Tomiyama prefecture. u, ɯ, ʌ turns into ʊ and i turns into ɪ. Lost f in Koreo-Japanese is retained as p͡f and voiced consonants are voiceless. "s" is always voiced and non audible releases are audible. If a vowel follows "j", then the vowel turns into an i while the j disappears. "o" is often dropped.
[view] 南島さとぅり (Southern Dialect)Southern Dialect, natively known as 南島さとぅり (nam.sʌm.sa.tʰɯ.li) a geographical dialect grouping of dialects spoken in the south. The sub dialects are often times very different, ranging from intelligible with Korean to intelligible with Japanese. The most widely spoken southern dialects are the Uldae dialects in Uldae city and Uldae county as well as the Gimbo island dialects spoken in Kageshima and Daiyashima. Other Southern dialects include Gamneung, Simseung, Gimbo mainland and more.
[view] 西語 (Western Dialect)Western Dialect, known locally as 西語 (nɪ.ɕɪ.go) is spoken in the Iwamoli prefecture. The dialect has replaced many Korean loan words with Japanese words and has retained some lost Japanese syllables like "tsu". At the end of a syllable, p̚, t̚, k̚ turns into (doesnt exist), tsu and ku while m, n, and ŋ turn into n. "i" turns into "ɪ" and "l" turns into "ɾ". "l" at the end of a syllable turns into tsu.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m n   ɲ   ŋ  
Plosive p p̚1 p̬ pʰ2 b3 t t̚4 t̬ tʰ5 d6   c7   k k̚ k̬ kʰ8 g9  
Fricative   s [sʰ]10 ɕ ç11     h
Affricate     t͡ɕ t͡ɕ̬ t͡ɕʰ        
Lateral approximant   l12          
Approximant       j w    
Flap   ɾ13          
Blends ka ci ke tɕi te ni ne
çi hu he mi me li le wi wu
we je jo ko ta to na no ha
ho ma mo ɾa ɾo wa wo ja sa ɕi
se so ɾɯ
  1. Only at the end of a syllable
  2. Only at the beginning of a word
  3. Only when between vowels/voiced consonants
  4. Only at the end of a syllable
  5. Only at the beginning of a word
  6. Only when between vowels/voiced consonants
  7. Only before i/e/ae
  8. Only at the beginning of a word
  9. Only when between vowels/voiced consonants
  10. allophone of /sʰ/
  11. Only before i
  12. Only at the end of a syllable
  13. Only before back vowels
VowelsFrontBack
Close i i: ɯ u u:
Close-mid e e: o o:
Open-mid ɛ ʌ
Open a a:  
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Koreo-Japanese. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Koreo-JapaneseOrthography
/a/
/i/
/ɯ/
/e/
/o/
/ka/
/ci/
/kɯ/
/ke/
/ko/
/sa/
/ɕi/
/sɯ/
/se/
/so/
/ta/
/tɕi/
/sɯ/
/te/
/to/
/na/
/ni/
/nɯ/
/ne/
/no/
/ha/
/çi/
/hu/
/he/
/ho/
/ma/
/mi/
/mɯ/
/me/
/mo/
/ja/
/jɯ/
やぇ
やぇ
/je/
/jo/
/ɾa/
/li/
/ɾɯ/
/le/
/ɾo/
/wa/
うぃ
うぃ
/wi/
わぅ
わぅ
/wu/
うぇ
うぇ
/we/
/wo/
あん
/n/
あㇰ
/k̚/
あㇳ
/t̚/1
あㇴ
/ŋ/
ㇷ゚
あㇷ゚
/p̚/2
あㇺ
/m/
あㇽ
/l/3
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  1. Only at the end of a syllable
  2. Only at the end of a syllable
  3. Only at the end of a syllable
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Typological information for Koreo-Japanese

Demonstrative proximityDistal/Medial/Proximal
Double negativesRemain negative
Phonation typesVoiced/ voiceless/ aspirated

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