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Modehitchu
Mude higu
[ˈmu.tẽ ˈhi.t͡ʃʉ]*
Registered by Tetthinkirl on 10 April 2019
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Modehitchu Modehitchu, Hardmoks' calm and less crazy little sibling, is a less experimental language focused on turning the wildness of Hardmoks into something more naturalistic. It features when it's done (C)V, a simple SOV word order, no phonemic velars, and agglutinative characteristics and it was totally not made because I was sick of all the velumrape that Hardmoks has to offer.
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Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
RetroflexGlottal
Nasal m   n      
Plosive b1   t2     ʔ
Fricative     s     h
Affricate       t͡ʃ    
Lateral approximant     l      
Approximant   ʋ3        
Flap         ɽ  
  1. prenasalised in stressed syllables
  2. extremely variable, /t/ is one of [t t͡s ⁿd ⁿd͡z ⁿd͡ʒ k ᵑg] in different situations
  3. can also be [w] intervocalically when not in contact with /u/
VowelsFrontBack
Close i u
Close-mid [e]1 ẽ [o]2 õ
Open a  
  1. /i/ and /ẽ/ merges into [e] before /ʔ/ or /ɽ/
  2. Allophone of /u/ and /õ/ before /ʔ/ or /ɽ/
Syllable Structure(C)V
Stress informationFixed word-initial, with secondary stress on the penultimate syllable
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Modehitchu. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 ModehitchuOrthography
h
Hh
vuaqi
/h/
s
Ss
vuadi
/s/
m
Mm
dehabi
/m/
n
Nn
dehadi
/n/
g
Gg
gigiba
/t͡ʃ/
q
Qq
qiguba
/ʔ/
d
Dd
diguba
/t/1
b
Bb
biguba
/b/2
r
Rr
risenari
/ɽ/
c
Ll
lisenari
/l/
ŋ
Vv
vuabi
/ʋ/3
'
Ii
besigasu guba
/i/
v'
Ee
lidedeha igiba
/ẽ/, [e]4
j'
Aa
aguba
/a/
i'
Uu
uguba
/u/
e'
Oo
lidedeha uguba
/õ/, [o]5
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. extremely variable, /t/ is one of [t t͡s ⁿd ⁿd͡z ⁿd͡ʒ k ᵑg] in different situations
  2. prenasalised in stressed syllables
  3. can also be [w] intervocalically when not in contact with /u/
  4. /i/ and /ẽ/ merges into [e] before /ʔ/ or /ɽ/
  5. Allophone of /u/ and /õ/ before /ʔ/ or /ɽ/
Typological information for Modehitchu

Morphological typologyFusional
Morphosyntactic alignmentSplit Ergative
Primary word orderSOV
Syllable structureSimple (CV)

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