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Anlish
Anlić
[an'lɪt͡ʃ]
Registered by Advark on 30 September 2017
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
Sample of Anlish[view] Sej lejoþuras is en luogej hwa sprejkþ sej soþ

The poet is a liar who always speaks the truth. /
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Latest vocabulary
Lugeynliar
Luogejnliar
Leiosirnpoet
Sound samples in Anlish
Some sound samples of Anlish. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
F U Þ A R K C Ć G W H N I J P Z S T B E M L D Ð O X Æ fejo uru þorn ac rad kalc cen ćen gif wan he...
A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ay bee see dee ee ef gee aitch eye jey key el e...
Nimanis þejn silf ænd geras fuor bludgan.
Dehumanise yourself and face to bloodshed.
Soþ nej seju bićas in flat 23.
Don't trust the bitch in apartment 23.
In sej end, hwæt dælanþ mænas frum gup? Foh? Reek? Nej. Mænas ćoseþ, gup fullþ.
In the end, what separates a man from a slave? Money? Power? No. A man chooses, a slave obeys.
Læþ Ronas! þuu weetas Josefeen is fæger?
Gross Ron! You think Josephine is cute?
Sæt Fotas þejgþ seju Hænd, ænd seju Hændas þejgþ sæt Fot.
The foot serves the hand, and the hand serves the foot
Language family relationships
Language treeGermanic
 ⤷ Proto-Germanic
  ⤷ West Germanic
   ⤷ Anglo-Frisian
    ⤷ Anglic
     ⤷ Old English
      ⤷  Anlish
[view] About GermanicThe Germanic languages are a branch of the Indo-European language family spoken natively by a population of approximately 500 million people mainly in North America, Oceania, Western and Northern Europe. Proto-Germanic , which was spoken in approxima...
[view] Anlich-eiv-Mejn (Maine Anlish)Spoken mainly in the American States of Maine, Vermont, and New Hampshire and in the Canadian province of Newfoundland. It is called Maine Anlish since majority of speakers live in Maine and that is where the first Anlish settlers came to America to start the colony of "Wæcfejnsher" /wækveɪnʂɪər/ in modern day Maine on 1615 and later in 1617 "Guutin" /gu:tɪn/ in 1764 the British Empire using force claimed the cities as their own, they renamed the towns Gutin and Weinfordshire
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
RetroflexPalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m     n            
Plosive p b     t d         k g  
Fricative   f v θ ð s z   ʂ     x h
Affricate         t͡ʃ          
Lateral approximant       l            
Approximant             j ʍ w    
Trill       r            
Blends ks
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close i y       u
Near-close   ɪ   ʊ  
Mid     ə    
Open-mid ɛ        
Near-open æ        
Open a        
Polyphthongs eɪjə ɪə
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Anlish. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AnlishOrthography
Ff
Fejo
/f/, /v/
Uu
Uru
/ə/
Þþ
Þorn
/θ/
Aa
Ac
/a/
Rr
Rad
/r/
Kk
Kalc
/k/
Cc
Cen
/s/, /k/
Ćć
Ćen
/t͡ʃ/
Gg
Gif
/g/
Ww
Wan
/w/
Hh
Hejgil
/h/, /x/
Nn
Nid
/n/
Ii
Iz
/ɪ/
Jj
Jear
/j/
Pp
Peeorð
/b/, /p/
Zz
Zee
/z/
Ss
Sej
/z/, /s/
Tt
Tuor
/t/
Bb
Beeorc
/b/
Ee
Ejo
/ɛ/
Mm
Mæn
/m/
Ll
Lago
/l/
Dd
Dej
/d/
Ðð
/θ/, /ð/, /d/
Oo
Os
/ʊ/, /oʊ/
Xx
Ejx
/ks/
Ææ
Æsh
/æ/
EA ea
/eə/
EJ ej
/eɪ/
EE ee
/i/
EJA eja
/eɪjə/
ER er
/ɪə/
HW hw
/ʍ/
SH sh
/ʂ/
UO uo
/y/
UU uu
/u/
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    Typological information for Anlish

    GendersMasculine/Feminine/Neuter
    Noun-adjective orderEither
    Primary word orderSVO

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