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Dezaking [NCO]
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Registered by Rowe on 5 September 2016
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Dezaking Dezaking was originally spoken on Dezaking Island in southwestern  Congaval. When Rovenia came together, it was chosen as the official language because it evolved from other languages in its family and had a lot in common with them.
Sample of Dezaking[view] Utóma gengphaphás soang / / À giánis yakang gatang

That man has been to the forest / / I have seen that film three times
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Language family relationships
Language treeMaedim
 ⤷ Maedim
  ⤷ Continental Maedim
   ⤷ Proto-Cobenan
    ⤷ Proto-West-Dezaking
     ⤷  Dezaking
[view] About MaedimSpoken in the Congaval area.
[view] Kobëgn (Cobenan)The Cobenan dialect is spoken in the Cobena region. It originated after the Dezaking language spread to Cobena and took some elements from the Cobenan language.
[view] Evän (Evanese)The Evanese dialect is spoken in mainland Evanja (Evändzsä) and parts of eastern Mirozda. It originated after Dezaking spread to Evanja and took influence mainly from the Evanese and East Miroz languages, with some influence from nearby languages.
[view] Wisif (Island)The Island dialect is the standard form of Dezaking and is the most common dialect. It originated on Dezaking Island near modern-day Dezaking City.
[view] Miroz (Miroz)The Miroz dialect is spoken in the Mirözdä region (called Mirozda in Miroz), mainly in the western part. It originated after Dezaking spread to Mirozda. This dialect is the closest to mainland Madim languages.
[view] Netsin (Nechin)The Nechin dialect is spoken on Nechin Island and parts of southeast Evanja (especially in Lachaun County) and eastern Dezaking Island. This dialect took influence from the Nechin language along with Lachauni (spoken in Lachaun County) and Tanaki (spoken on Dezaking Island).
[view] Si Ểk (Si-Yekéan)Si-Yeké is spoken on Yeké island. Si-Yeké is almost a creole between Dezaking and Yekéan and is the most unique Dezaking dialect. It is the only dialect with a complex tone system.
Nasal m   n     [ɲ]1   ŋ      
Plosive p pʰ ᵐb   t tʰ ⁿd     [c]2 [ᶮɟ]3   k ᵑg q ʔ  
Fricative [ɸˠ]4 βˠ5 f v s ʃ [ʒ] [ɕ]6 [ç]7 [ʝ]8     χ ʁ    
Affricate     t͡s [t͡ʃ]9 [ⁿd͡ʒ]10   [c͡ç]11   k͡x      
Lateral approximant     l               [ɫ]12
Lateral fricative     ɬ                
Approximant     ɹ     j w        
  1. allophone of /ŋ/
  2. allophone of /k/
  3. allophone of /ᵑg/
  4. allophone of /f/
  5. allophone of /v/
  6. allophone of /ʃ/
  7. allophone of /χ/
  8. allophone of /ʁ/
  9. allophone of /tʰ/
  10. allophone of /ⁿd/
  11. allophone of /k͡x/
  12. allophone of /l/
Close i y       u
Near-close   [ɪ]1 [ʏ]2   [ʊ]3  
Close-mid e ø       o
Mid     [ə]4    
Open-mid [ɛ]5 [œ]6       [ɔ]7
Open a        
  1. allophone of /i/
  2. allophone of /y/
  3. allophone of /u/
  4. allophone of /a/
  5. allophone of /ɛ/
  6. allophone of /ø/
  7. allophone of /o/
Below is the orthography for Dezaking. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Ph ph/pʰ/Pp/p/Bb/ᵐb/Th th/tʰ/Tt/t/Dd/ⁿd/Kk/k/Gg/ᵑg/Ff/f/Vv/v/Ss/s/
Sl sl/ɬ/Xx/ʃ/Jj/k͡x/Ng ng/ŋ/Cc/t͡s/Ll/l/Rh rh/ɹ/Ww/w/Qq/q/'/ʔ/Hh/χ/
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