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Modern Mewling [MMWL]
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Modern Mewling
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Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersModern Mewling is spoken by a population of 2 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Modern Mewling Modern Mewling (Ḿaw [mʲɑu] or Ḿawomë Naw [mʲɑˈwomə nau]) was an eastern Mewling language spoken primarily on the east coast of the supercontinent of Rodinia by the mew species. It was a direct descendant of Eldermewling, spoken by the original mews of the Myumar Island, and received little to no influence from other languages over its estimated 467 million years of existence. Pushmaran Mewling (Pushmazmë Ḿaw [ˌpuʃˈmazmə mʲau]) was by far the most widely spoken variety, originating in the city-state of Pushmar and becoming a lingua franca as the Pushmaran Empire spread across the continent. It was an agglutinative language with large amounts of inflection preserved from Eldermewl, and made use of a conjugation system similar to austronesian alignment. It’s standard word order was Subject-Object-Verb, but expressed free word order to convey grammatical meaning. Modern Mewling used the Pushmar Script, an abugida that developed from the Old Runes of Eldermewling.
Sample of Modern Mewling[view] Ërïmë lapiḿḿë uteńasë po uneńasë naḿaṕaḿafë po mazneḿafë shtaḿub́anër. Aznolpin po feezëm yozfë ërir tazneḿapë yozmiva miraamë ańatńasu.

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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Sound samples in Modern Mewling
Some sound samples of Modern Mewling. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Neemrer ńawzmë Papa, Pam naf neḿamë. Pam ḿumriḿamar as, Zef́addir pi nolmarso uneńatë neemarso...
Our Father in heaven, May your name be honored. May your kingdom come. May your will be done on e...
Language family relationships
Language treeMewling
 ⤷  Proto-Mewling
  ⤷ Classical Mewling
   ⤷  Eldermewling
    ⤷ Early Middlemewling
     ⤷ Late Middlemewling
      ⤷  Modern Mewling
[view] About Mewlinglanguage family spoken by the first mews
[edit] [view] Sezzëmmerë Rö (Bridge)Dialect spoken in the province of The Bridge. Closest to the standard dialect and is mutually intelligible.
[edit] [view] Závámrau (Great Southern)Dialect spoken in The Great South and the southern half of The Coast. Unintelligible from the standard dialect, although southerners can understand the standard dialect fairly well.
[edit] [view] Nem Lhungánsharau/Manlhagámarau (High Riverlandish/Coastal)Dialect of the southern Riverlands and the northern half of the Coast. Semi-mutually intelligible with standard dialect.
[edit] [view] Mym Sungwànsharau (Low Riverlandish)Dialect of the northern Riverlands. Dialect with the most number of native speakers. Mutually intelligible with the standard dialect.
[edit] [view] Mavymelylau (Mavmëlian)Dialect spoken in the offshore colony of Mavmël. Due to geographical isolation from the capital and heavy influence from neighboring languages, it is mostly mutually unintelligent from the standard dialect
[edit] [view] Fujmarrou (Summerlandish)Dialect spoken in the province of The Summerlands. Further from the standard dialect and somewhat mutually intelligible
Nasal m mʲ   n     ɲ   ŋ
Plosive p pʲ b bʲ   t d     c ɟ    
Fricative [ɸ]1 [β]2 f fʲ v vʲ s z ʃ ʒ   ç ʝ    
Affricate       t͡ʃ d͡ʒ t͡ɕ d͡ʑ      
Lateral approximant     l          
Lateral fricative     [ɬ]3          
Approximant           j w  
Trill     r [r̥]4          
Flap     [ɾ]5          
  1. allophone of /f/
  2. allophone of /v/
  3. allophone of /l/
  4. allophone of /r/
  5. allophone of /r/
Close i i: y y:   u u:
Close-mid e e:   o o:
Mid   ə ə:  
Open a a:    
Syllable StructureCCVCC
Stress informationStress falls on ultimate syllable in bisyllabic words unless penultimate syllable has a coda or is a long vowel/geminate/diphthong. In words with 3 or more syllables, stress falls on antepenultimate unless penultimate has coda or is a long vowel/geminate/diphthong. Stress never falls on a schwa, and stress patterns will accommodate that
Below is the orthography for Modern Mewling. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Modern MewlingOrthography [edit]
Aa/a/AA aa/a:/Bb/b/B́ b́/bʲ/Ćć/t͡ɕ/Cc/c/CH ch/t͡ʃ/Dd/d/Ee/e/Ëë/ə/
ËË ëë/ə:/EE ee/e:/Ff/f/F́ f́/fʲ/Ǵǵ/ɟ/HL hl[ɬ]HR hr[r̥]Ïï/y/Ii/i/ÏÏ ïï/y:/
II ii/i:/Jj/d͡ʒ/Ll/l/Mm/m/Ḿḿ/mʲ/Nn/n/Ńń/ɲ/NG ng/ŋ/Oo/o/OO oo/o:/
Pp/p/Ṕṕ/pʲ/Rr/r/Śś/ç/Ss/s/SH sh/ʃ/Tt/t/Uu/u/UU uu/u:/Vv/v/
V́ v́/vʲ/Ww/w/Yy/j/Zz/z/Źź/ʝ/ZH zh/ʒ/ȷ́/d͡ʑ/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
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    Typological information for Modern Mewling

    Morphosyntactic alignmentAustronesian alignment
    Primary word orderSOV
    Script typeAbugida

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