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shaik nagais
[ʃʰai̯kʰ nɐgai̯sʰ]*
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Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Human/humanoid
About Nakse who needs approximants
Sample of Nakse[view] Voob k'iin nyuub s'oob nou.

It is snowing now.
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Latest vocabulary
kangaadvwake up
Language family relationships
Language treeZei
 ⤷ Proto-Zei
  ⤷ Proto-Avu
   ⤷ North Avu
    ⤷  Nakse
[view] About ZeiThis is yet another language family spoken in my conworld Astanu, specifically around the equator on the continent Zarul.
Nasal m   n   ɲ ŋ
Plosive 1 pʰ b   tʼ tʰ d     kʼ kʰ g
Fricative   2 fʰ v sʼ sʰ z ʃʼ ʃʰ ʒ   xʼ xʰ ɣ
Affricate       t͡ʃʼ t͡ʃʰ d͡ʒ    
Lateral approximant     (l)3      
  1. often merged with /p/
  2. often merged with /f/
  3. often merged with /n/
Close i       u
Near-close   ɪ1   [ʊ]2  
Open-mid ɛ       ɔ
Near-open     [ɐ]3    
Open a        
Polyphthongs ou̯ ai̯ ei̯ au̯
  1. unstressed allophone of /ɛ i/
  2. unstressed allophone of /ɔ u/
  3. unstressed allophone of /a/
Syllable StructureCV(C)

In the coda, ejectives are not allowed, and aspirated consonants lose their aspiration.
Stress informationStress is lexical, but usually on the last syllable in native words and the first syllable in older loanwords. Modern loanwords vary more due to the differences between loaning languages. However, all loanwords retain the stress of the original word.
Below is the orthography for Nakse. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 NakseOrthography [edit]
Aa[ɐ]1AA aa/a/AI ai/ai̯/AU au/au̯/Bb/b/Cc/t͡ʃʰ/C' c'/t͡ʃʼ/Dd/d/Ee/ɪ/2EE ee/ɛ/EI ei/ei̯/
Ff/fʰ/F' f'/fʼ/3Gg/g/GH gh/ɣ/Ii[ɪ]4II ii/i/Jj/d͡ʒ/Kk/kʰ/K' k'/kʼ/KH kh/xʰ/KH' kh'/xʼ/
Ll/l/5Mm/m/Nn/n/NG ng/ŋ/NY ny/ɲ/Oo[ʊ]6OO oo/ɔ/OU ou/ou̯/Pp/pʰ/P' p'/pʼ/7Ss/sʰ/
S' s'/sʼ/SH sh/ʃʰ/SH' sh'/ʃʼ/Tt/tʰ/T' t'/tʼ/Uu[ʊ]8UU uu/u/Vv/v/Zz/z/ZH zh/ʒ/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. unstressed allophone of /a/
  2. unstressed allophone of /ɛ i/
  3. often merged with /f/
  4. unstressed allophone of /ɛ i/
  5. often merged with /n/, loan words only
  6. unstressed allophone of /ɔ u/
  7. often merged with /p/
  8. unstressed allophone of /ɔ u/
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Astanu-Specific Terms 09-Oct-19 08:15
Typological information for Nakse

Fixed stress locationNone
Phonation typesVoiced/ voiceless/ ejective
Primary word orderOSV
Syllable structureModerate (CVC max)

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