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Mamosian [MSG]
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Registered by JStaleknight on 3 October 2016
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Mamosian Mamosian was spoken as the lingua franca of the Carabic Empire from its inception until its downfall. It still "survives" as the official language of the Holy State of Marchosias, the seat of the Luthmigian Church.
Sample of Mamosian[view] Xel ibyt ucream.

I don't want to do this
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Sound samples in Mamosian
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Xel ibyt ucream.
I don't want to do this
Xuléra. Sólyria Memósgum?
Hello. Do you speak [your conlang]?
Cípéra śinyf masys!
Beware of the dog!
Xeś réś gesu yrderynx! Colsig!
No soup for you! Next!
Sólyn Memósgum.
I speak English
Language family relationships
Language treeCarabic
 ⤷ Proto-Carabic
  ⤷  Mamosian
[view] About CarabicThe Carabic family encompasses many languages occurring in West Goetia such as Veparaís, Dantalí, and Agarese. Many languages in this family ultimately come from a common ancestor, Mamosian, which was commonly spoken in the Carabic Empire.
[view] Margozzu (Modern Marchosian Mamosian (M3))The modern form of Mamosian, spoken as an official language within the Holy State of Marchosias and used as a liturgical language by the international Luthmigian community. The dialect heavily borrows loanwords for technology and other aspects of modern life. Additionally, new phonemes were introduced under the influence of neighboring languages.
Nasal m n   [ŋ]1 [ɴ]2  
Plosive p b t d   k g [g̥]3    
Fricative ɸ [β]4 s [z]5 ʃ [ʒ]6 x [ɣ]7 χ ʁ [h]8
Lateral approximant   l        
Trill   [r]9        
Flap   ɾ        
Blends [pɸ]10
  1. Before velars, allophone of /n/
  2. Before uvulars, allophone of /n/
  3. After S, F, Ś, allophone of /g/
  4. Before front vowels (E, I, Y), allophone of /b/
  5. Between vowels, allophone of /s/
  6. Between vowels, allophone of /ʃ/
  7. Before front vowels (E, I, Y), allophone of /g/
  8. Before back vowels (A, O, U), allophone of /x/
  9. When doubled (or always in certain dialects), allophone of /ɾ/
  10. Before front vowels (E, I, Y), allophone of /p/
Close i i:     [u]1 [u:]2
Near-close   ɪ ɪ: ʊ ʊ:  
Close-mid e     o
Open-mid ɛ     ɔ
Open       ɑ ɑ:
  1. At the end of words, allophone of /ʊ/
  2. At the end of words, allophone of /ʊ:/
Below is the orthography for Mamosian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/ɑ/Áá/ɑ:/Éé/e/Íí/i:/Óó/ɔ/Úú/ʊ:/, [u:]1Ýý/ɪ:/Bb/b/, [β]2Cc/k/Ǵǵ/χ/
Dd/d/Ee/ɛ/Ff/ɸ/Gg/g/, [g̥]3, [ɣ]4, [z]5Ii/i/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/, [ŋ]6, [ɴ]7Oo/o/Pp/p/, [pɸ]8
Rr/ɾ/, [r]9Ss/s/, [z]10Tt/t/Uu/ʊ/, [u]11Xx/x/, [h]12Yy/ɪ/Ŕŕ/ʁ/Śś/ʃ/, [ʒ]13
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
  1. At the end of words.
  2. Before front vowels (E, I, Y).
  3. After S, F, Ś.
  4. Before front vowels (E, I, Y).
  5. At the end of words, unless preceded by another consonant.
  6. Before velars.
  7. Before uvulars.
  8. Before front vowels (E, I, Y)
  9. When doubled (or always in certain dialects).
  10. Between vowels.
  11. At the end of words.
  12. Before back vowels (A, O, U).
  13. Between vowels.
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Mamosian Romanization
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Typological information for Mamosian

Base counting systemDuodecimal (12)
Primary word orderVSO
Script typeAlphabet

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