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Qunanian
saksene
[saksɛnɛ]*
Registered by Xumnos on 17 April 2021
Language type Not specified
Species Human/humanoid
About Qunanian
Sílin ka saksenö!

Sílin ka saksenö!





Syntax:
VSO - Mostly free word order but can be used as a basis of formality and etiquette
Possessee - Possessor
Noun - Adjective
Auxiliary - Verb
Preposition - Noun
Verb - adverb
Some determinatives exist and go after the now, and are treated as adjectives
"that" can be used as a definite article.


Goals - When achieved

200 words - 06/05/2021
400 words - /
600 words - /
30 Translations - 05/05/2021
60 Translations - 18/05/2021
90 Translations - /
Sample of Qunanian[view] A: Lokate lo? / C: Stvhai äe syt Dâjtśländ. / A: Duxäre kak? / C: Peś lo kak ikain tiin. / A: Pe kak ka süni? / C: Da, âsdevâś châce kse. / A: Rekete châce apr? / C: Da, Reketâś Kave-Źiv. / A: Ďetât! Śńekńe! / C: Śńekńe![view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
mutvremember
chcevvneed
Language family relationships
Language treeQunanian
 ⤷  Qunanian
[view] About QunanianSpoken on a tiny island near spain, it is the only language "family" that is evolved artificially. It may get evolved every 100 years or every 1000.
[view] Saksene apr (Northern Qunanian)The name "Saksene apr" is from Normal Qunaninan and translates to "Other Qunanian"
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarAlveolo-
palatal
PalatalVelarGlottal
Nasal m   n   ɲ ŋ  
Plosive p (b)1 [p̪]2 t d ȶ c k g ʔ
Fricative ɸ f v θ3 ð s z ɕ ʑ ç x ɣ h [ɦ]4
Affricate       t͡s5 d͡z6 t͡ɕ c͡ç k͡x7 g͡ɣ8  
Lateral approximant       l   ʎ9    
Approximant   ʋ10   ɹ   j    
Trill       r        
Blends pf
  1. VERY rare even in loan words
  2. used when pf is followed by a long vowel, which shortens the consonent into one sound, allophone of /pf/
  3. Word-finally, before or after a consonent
  4. used when /h/ is surrounded by consonents or if it precedes a Velar consonant, allophone of /h/
  5. cannot be followed by a consonent
  6. cannot be followed by a consonent
  7. cannot be followed by a consonent
  8. cannot be followed by a consonent
  9. Word-initially exclusively
  10. can be pronounced as /w/ in an improper way.
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralNear-
back
Back
Close i i: y ʲy ʲy: y:       u u:
Near-close   ɪ   ʊ ʲʊ  
Mid     ə    
Open-mid ɛ œ       ʌ ɔ
Open a       ɑ ʲɑ ʲɑ: ɑ:
Polyphthongs ɑʁ ɛʁ ɔʁ əʁ ɪʁ aʊ̯ aɪ̯ eɪ̯ uɪ̯
Stress informationStress is always placed on the last syllable(ultimate).
OtherWhen t or t̪ are followed by a j or by a soft vowel (vowel with iotation) they turn into c and ȶ repectively.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Qunanian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 QunanianOrthography
Aa
Aa
/a/
Ää
Ää
/ɑ/
Cc
Cc
/t͡s/1
CH ch
CH ch
/x/
CT ct
CT ct
/ç/
Ďď
Ďď
/c/
Ææ
Ææ
/œ/
Dd
Dd
/d/
Ee
Ee
/ɛ/
Vv
Vv
/f/
FV fv
FV fv
/v/
Ðð
Ðð
/ð/
Hh
Hh
/h/, [ɦ]2
Ii
Ii
/i/
Jj
Jj
/ʎ/3, /j/
Íí
Íí
/ɪ/
Kk
Kk
/k/
Ââ
Ââ
/ə/
Ńń
Ńń
/ɲ/
Ll
Ll
/l/
Gg
Gg
/g/
GH gh
GH gh
/ɣ/
Mm
Mm
/m/
Nn
Nn
/n/
Oo
Oo
/ɔ/
Öö
Öö
/ʌ/
Pp
Pp
/p/, /b/4
Rr
Rr
/r/, /ɹ/
Qq
Qq
/d͡z/5
Ss
Ss
/s/
Śś
Śś
/ɕ/
Tt
Tt
/t/
Ťť
Ťť
/ȶ/
TŚ tś
TŚ tś
/t͡ɕ/
Þþ
Þþ
/θ/6
Uu
Uu
/u/
Üü
Üü
/y/
VH vh
VH vh
/ɸ/
Ww
Ww
/ʋ/7
Yy
Yy
/ʊ/
Ýý
Ýý
/ʲʊ/
Zz
Zz
/z/
Źź
Źź
/ʑ/
'
'
/ʔ/
----
----
//
-----
-----
//
------
------
//
AÜ aü
AÜ aü
/aʊ̯/
AI ai
AI ai
/aɪ̯/
ÄÄ ää
ÄÄ ää
/ɑ:/
ÄE äe
ÄE äe
/ʲɑ:/
ÜÜ üü
ÜÜ üü
/y:/
CC cc
CC cc
/c͡ç/
DH dh
DH dh
/d̪/
EI ei
EI ei
/eɪ̯/
GHT ght
GHT ght
/g͡ɣ/8
IÄ iä
IÄ iä
/ʲɑ/
IÜ iü
IÜ iü
/ʲy/
II ii
II ii
/i:/
KCH kch
KCH kch
/k͡x/9
nn ng
nn ng
/ŋ/
NH nh
NH nh
/n̪/
PF pf
PF pf
/pf/, [p̪]10
TH th
TH th
/t̪/
UÜ uü
UÜ uü
/ʲy:/
UI ui
UI ui
/uɪ̯/
UU uu
UU uu
/u:/
ÂX âx
ÂX âx
/əʁ/
ÄX äx
ÄX äx
/ɑʁ/
ÍX íx
ÍX íx
/ɪʁ/
EX ex
EX ex
/ɛʁ/
OX ox
OX ox
/ɔʁ/
UX ux
UX ux
/uʁ/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. cannot be followed by a consonent
  2. used when /h/ is surrounded by consonents or if it precedes a Velar consonant.
  3. Word-initially exclusively
  4. VERY rare even in loan words, loan words only
  5. cannot be followed by a consonent
  6. Word-finally, before or after a consonent
  7. can be pronounced as /w/ in an improper way.
  8. cannot be followed by a consonent
  9. cannot be followed by a consonent
  10. used when pf is followed by a long vowel, which shortens the consonent into one sound.
Additional Notesthe "----" Seperates the actual letters of the alphabet to the "other" letters
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Derivational Morphology 06-Jun-21 00:52
Lessons (5)
0Tśinö apr
1ain Tśinöza.
2qije Tśinöja
3tii Tśinöta
4śtec Tśinśa
Typological information for Qunanian

Adposition head-directionalityHead initial
AlienabilityNo alienability
Base counting systemSenary (6)
Primary writing systemConscript
Script typeAlphabet

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