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Phyrderran Language
Лѣнзоа Фvрдедра(Leinsva Phyrdedra)
[lei̯nzo̯a pʰyrderːa]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 21 December 2021
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersPhyrderran Language is spoken by a population of around 5,000,000 in ULA and Chornigov(~2000AD).
Species Human/humanoid
About Phyrderran Language
The Phyrderran language is a North-west Indo-European language which was spoken by numerous people from Tharagothan lands(Spain) on the west to Jaxartes(modern day Syr Daria) river basin on the east and from Lapland on the north to the northern part of Esfehanese land(Persia) on the south in it's homeworld and by 2000AD spoken by some people living mostly in United Lands of Atlantis(USA) and Chornigovan Federation(Russia), which was made by merging the proto-languages of germanic, italic, celtic and balto-slavic peoples and assimilation of some semitic and finno-ugric tribes with some influences from an unrecognized turkic language(-s). It contains almost only monosyllabic word roots(excluding very rare semitic, finno-ugric and turkic loanwords) and completely agglutinative grammar. Language also can use it's own conscript(work in progress)

Some summary:
- 3 persons
- Seven cases(nominative, genitive, dative, accusative, instrumentalis, ablative and vocative)
- Five verb tenses(present and past with future in their perfect and continious forms) and additional
- Almost free word order(primarly - SVO and SOV)
- 3 easily changeable grammatic genders(m., f. and n.) which doesn't only indicate the actual gender of an object in case of it's inanimacy
- 3 voices(active, passive and middle-reflexive)

*some historic description was moved into separate document here(work in progress):
shorturl.at/ruAO3

For now you can check some kinda grammar of this language here(work in progress)
shorturl.at/mnopH


*Actually the name of the language is a placeholder. I'm not sure myself how the language should be really called
Sample of Phyrderran Language[view] (Ат не-Содлі,) Аvвін, хоа фvщ sінволза, вѣдівіт ѳѣров Есов: превоs пордамбіт крава́ Кадра, теvдороs федрембіт мазна Краvза ен ѳѣрдороs есе федрембіт Sема́. Аvвін надравіт Есам - "Соере́т моа Sерда хам вѣду́, хе sо-Земіs поде́т Есмі". Есv ѳам надравѣт - "Sлаvче Аvве́, нашдорv Sердv е́гзе соерѣ́т, хам Sеміs, sо-Бодіs, sънажет фер Sелба...[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
sінгегка Есаngood-for-nothing
калтьadjwild
Language family relationships
Language treeIndo-European
 ⤷ Proto-Indo-European
  ⤷ North-West IE
   ⤷  Phyrderran Language
[view] About Indo-EuropeanThis family tree includes only the main branches and the branches that are too small to be shown separately. See separate main branches for further detail.
[edit] [view] Aťlantin Syblehnzwa (Atlantean dialect)Separated from main language in circa 1850 AD. Mainly influensed by johkish(english) and templar imperial(ecclesiastical latin) languages. Characterized by some phonological changes(like shifting some of diphtongs into long vowels), more simplified grammar compared to main language and chornigovan dialect and appearance of calque-words of johk-imperial origins. Became extinct in circa 2010 AD. Was the main source of new words for new universal langauge in circa 2070 AD
[edit] [view] Черні̄гова Svблѣнзоа (Chornigovan Dialect)Separated from main language in circa 1850 AD. It was mainly influenced by chornigovan (russian) and sevastian (greek) languages and got minor influence by other slavic languages. Characterized by extinction of aspirated consonants and diphtongs and calquing of chornigov-sevastian originated words. In circa 2070 AD became one of the foundations of the new Universal language of otherworld
[edit] [view] Lavflëithega Syblëinsva (Lavfleithan Dialect)The national dialect (in fact, language) of the state of Lavfleitha ("land of peaches") located in Fire Nation's homeworld in the area of states of Florida, South Carolina, Mississipi, Louisiana, Alabama and Georgia. Considered as slightly archaic due to often use of case endings, personal endings in conjugation, passive voice and remained "forgotten vowels" (conventionally marked with umlauts: ä, ö, ë, ü). Despite the archaic nature it's being widely learned thanks to good quality of life there
[edit] [view] Serica Sybleinsva (Serican dialect)Separated from the main language in circa 1850 AD. Had some influences from the languages of Serican (East-Asian) culture such as Wozakan (Japanese), Phungsanese (Korean) and the Underheaven (Middle Chinese). Although it went completely extinct by ~1940 AD due to Wozakan and Phungsanese agression towards former Phyrderrans a big cluster of information about this dialect was well preserved and then used as the main base for creating the new Univeral Language in circa 2070 AD
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarGlottal
Nasal m   n   [ɲ]1   [ŋ]2  
Plosive p pʰ b   t tʰ d   [c]3 [cʰ]4 [ɟ]5   k kʰ g [ʔ]6
Fricative   [f]7 (fʰ) v s s: sʰ z [z:]8 ɕ [ʑ]9       (h)
Affricate       t͡ɕ [d͡ʑ]10        
Lateral approximant     l [lʲ]11          
Approximant         j [w]12    
Trill     r [rʲ]13          
Blends zd ju [ʃt]14 je [ʒd]15 ji st ja jo jei̯
  1. Before palatal plosives, "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /n/
  2. Before velar plosives, allophone of /n/
  3. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /k/
  4. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /kʰ/
  5. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /g/
  6. Some speakers, allophone of /t/
  7. In the final position, allophone of /v/
  8. Some speakers, allophone of /s:/
  9. allophone of /ɕ/
  10. allophone of /t͡ɕ/
  11. Before "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /l/
  12. Some speakers, allophone of /o/
  13. Before "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe), allophone of /r/
  14. Some speakers, allophone of /st/
  15. Some speakers, allophone of /zd/
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i y   u
Close-mid e   o
Mid   ə  
Open a    
Polyphthongs oe oa ou̯ au̯ ai̯ oi̯ eu̯ ei̯
Syllable StructureBase structure is CVC. In one root maximum is CCVVCC (two clusters containing two consonats at the begining and the end and a diphtong), but due to agglutinative nature of the language some rare cases of consonant clusters containing four consonants are possible
Stress informationStress always occurs at vowels in penultimate syllables, excluding turkic loan-words since they were the latest adopted words. In the case of turkic loan-words the stress occurs at the ultimate syllable as if they had nominative case endings. In some cases stress occurs at the second from the end syllable: superlatives: -іцімон/-ідрімон and suffixes such as: -алон/-елон/-ілон(dimunitive), -анон/-енон/-інон(augmentative) and -агон/-егон/-ігон(adjectival) - the reasons are still unknown, but it's disputed that the language could have the division of vowels by length at some point. Although stress can be ignored in poetry and songwriting remaining at it's usual position is prefered
OtherThe majority of speakers have these pronounciation kinks, sometimes altogether. But even if these rules are not followed you still can be understood

• There is present the vowel reduction of /a/, /e/ and /o/ phonemes in case of ending-droping before geminated phonemes or consonant cluster (diphtongs are also included):
- /a/ becomes [äː] before gemainated/included in cluster /r/, [ɑː] before geminated/included in cluster /l/ and [ɐː] before other clusters
- /e/ becomes [ɜː] before gemainated/included in cluster /r/, [ɛː] before geminated/included in cluster /l/ and [e̞ː] before other clusters
- /o/ becomes [ɔː] before gemainated/included in cluster /r/, [ɒː] before geminated/included in cluster /l/ and [o̞ː] before other clusters
• /s/ phoneme is oftenly pronounced more closely to [ʃ] sound like in Spanish or Greek. It's aspirated variant, [sʰ], also can be pronounced as [ɧ] sound (Swedish "sj-sound") or even [x] sound
• /p/, /t/ and /k/ sounds (and their palatalized variants /pʲ/, /t͡ɕ/ and /c/ as well) can turn into ejectives if located at the end of the word (sometimes ignored in singing for pronounciation comfortability): [p'], [t'], [k'], [pʲ'], [t͡ɕ'], [c']
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Phyrderran Language. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Phyrderran LanguageOrthography [edit]
Аа
Азъ
/a/
А́ а́
Азъ молдон
/ja/
Бб
Букv
/b/
Вв
Вѣдv
/v/, [f]1
Гг
Глаголі
/g/, [ɟ]2
Дд
Добро
/d/, [ʔ]3
Д́ д́
Добро sаvлон
/d/
Ее
Ещъ
/e/
Е́ е́
Ещъ молдон
/je/
Жж
Жvвете
/zd/, [ʒd]4
Ss
Sѣло
/s/
Зз
Земла́
/z/
Іі
І
/i/
Íí
І молдон
/ji/
Кк
Како
/k/, [c]5
Лл
Лу́ді
/l/, [lʲ]6
Мм
Мvsліте́
/m/
Нн
Наш
/n/, [ŋ]7, [ɲ]8
Оо
Онъ
/o/
О́ о́
Онъ молдон
/jo/
Пп
Покоі
/p/
Рр
Ріці
/r/, [rʲ]9
Сс
Сълово
/sʰ/
Тт
Твердо
/t/, [ʔ]10
Т́ т́
Твердо sаvлон
/t/
Уу
Укъ
/u/
У́ у́
Укъ молдон
/ju/
Фф
Фъретъ
/pʰ/
Хх
Хѣръ
/kʰ/, [cʰ]11
Х́ х́
Хѣръ молдон
/h/12
Х́В х́в
/f/13, [fʰ]14
Цц
Ці
/s:/, [z:]15
Чч
/t͡ɕ/, [d͡ʑ]
Шш
/ɕ/, [ʑ]
Щщ
Ща
/st/, [ʃt]16
Ъъ
Ър
/ə/
Ьь
Ері
//
Ѣѣ
Ѣть
/ei̯/
Ѣ́ ѣ́
Ѣть молдон
/jei̯/
Ѳѳ
Ѳѣта
/tʰ/
Vv
Vшіца
/y/
АV аv
Аv
/au̯/
ЕV еv
Еv
/eu̯/
ОV оv
Оv
/ou̯/
ОА оа
Оа
/oa/
ОЕ ое
Ое
/oe/
✔ Shown in correct order [change]
  1. In the final position
  2. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  3. Some speakers
  4. Some speakers
  5. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  6. Before "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  7. Before velar plosives
  8. Before palatal plosives, "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  9. Before "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  10. Some speakers
  11. Before /i/, /y/, a letter "ь" or iotated vowels(the ones with apostrophe)
  12. loan words only
  13. loan words only
  14. loan words only
  15. Some speakers
  16. Some speakers
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