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Human
Čeoaea jōzeko
['t͡ʃjoja 'jo:zeko]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 12 January 2018
Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersHuman is spoken by a population of around 27,000,000 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Human The language of humans from my conworld and their country, Čeoeiaea(pronounced as /'t͡ʃjojija/).

Its vocabulary consists of words language that abuses consonants(Czech) and words from the language that abuses vowels(Hawai'ian) mixed with each other, and Humanese does both. Its grammar is pretty straightforward, but it's so straightforward that Humanese has no tenses. There's some weird moments, though, like marking the plural number by a prefix(only Tengu does the same) and really weird numerals that come after ten. Also, Humanese distincts formal and informal speech, and you can easily insult somebody if you say something in a wrong way yeah don't even tell me it's too familiar, I know that

Some words are written in the way they are pronounced, but some don't seem to make any sense if you look at the IPA for the first time.

To sum up, this language is all about duality, just like humans

... at least, the literary language based on the northern dialect. There's whole another story with dialects - that are, however, mostly dying and seen as "uneducated speech"; except for Vicioa which is seen as "half-educated speech" and the dialects of Shilami and Rumi where the natives are keen on preserving their dialects but are widely looken on as "people who live in the past" by the northerners
Sample of Human[view] Ja ceyetetē kōpāt pltma nkwe.

I will buy five flowers.
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Latest vocabulary
zāmyanadjfamiliar
kižinleather
sāioadjold
Sound samples in Human
Some sound samples of Human. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
A te vy nojat teiō nāveka npaoāādvtl pi n pokāsote veaedia. Lak nvec uiei siāei n nmsabanlsna vāēa č...
And here you'll find three tacky stalkers about to attempt a murder. Things like this can happen to ...
Čanat křišnī jikom to pařeta. Tān - poādio znočato zo loešeai. Loešeai vlski n rodisoi, a rodisoi vl...
Do exactly as you like. That is the true meaning of pleasure. Pleasure leads to joy and joy leads to...
Ca kaj? Ca vada? Kāo ja?
What is tea? What is water? Who am I?
Māo nao bomol hluži nhereia, māo bomol hluži dabkyio nmanad.
We shouldn't be looking for heroes, we should be looking for good ideas.
Omlumana, nao uiei by Vo pket mjulil se me? Ja pkaiemen roši pedl hach.
"Sorry, would you mind not talking to me? I'm busy breathing right now."
Nčeoaea mjulil ca ja šeān holihu - ja mjulil ca soeu uēā šolstuna. Ja prasē hřidhut vuāe.
People say that I'm a bad influence - I say the world's already fucked, I'm just adding to it.
Language family relationships
[edit] [view] Azriń (Azrin)An extinct dialect, formerly spoken to the northwest of Sharo, in the Azriń region, that has a history of oppression, extremely cruel murders of political leaders, and assimilation. But, at least, a plenty of literature on that dialect is preserved including many Azrin fairy tales with a lot of blood and gore,

The Azrin dialect has crazy palatalisation, genitive case and in general sounded a lot like Erzya
[edit] [view] Brož (Brozhian)An extinct dialect formerly spoken on the northwest of the country next to Namilia and Eus. Has the /ʀ/, ś, ź, and generally sounds more like Sorbian
[edit] [view] Euch (Eusian)The dialect of Schrödinger, which is being "resurrected" in three regions between Namilia and Shilami, in the area historically known as Euch(Eus). This dialect has even weirder spelling, two tones and sounds more like Zhuang
[edit] [view] Mklakhns (Mklakhns)The most early extinct dialect that scientists somehow managed to reconstruct and find out how it sounded like. Was spoken in the geographical center of modern-day Čeoaeaiea by people who are known today for slavery, ritual sacrifices, and being holocausted centuries ago.

The Mklakhns dialect had a lot bigger consonant clusters, spammed ł and tł, and sounded pretty much like Native American languages
[edit] [view] Namiliš (Namilian)Spoken by ~70 000 people at the northwest of the country, in the county of Namilia, known for its mountains, forest, and usually associated with scientists that originated from there, aristocrates and tulips. Humans easily spot Namilians because they pronounce /r/ as /ʀ/ and /t͡ʃ/ as /t͡s/. But the most "Namilian" speech can be heard in rural areas: they have genitive case and generally sound more like Germans
[edit] [view] Rumi (Rumian)Spoken by around 700 000 people at the northeast of the country, in Rumi, the region known mainly for dancing, very traditional people, pirates, being the hottest region of Čeoaeiea and the not completely true stereotype about poor people. The Rumian dialect doesn't distinct /t͡s/ from /t͡ʃ/ and sounds kinda like Hindi and Urdu
[edit] [view] Šaro (Sharo)Spoken on the centre of the southern coastline by around 140 000 speakers in Sharo, the coldest place in all of Ynsitia, Cyclopia and Čeoaeiea, also known for vampires, witches, ballet and the stereotype about excentric people. The Russia of Čeoaeiea, so to say. The dialect also sounds more like Russian
[edit] [view] Śìlámì (Shilami)Spoken by around ~900 000 people at the very southwest of the country, in the not so autonomous principality of Shilami, 90% of which is the Gibo desert and other 10% is steppes that are very hot at summer and very cold at winter. Shilami is also known as "that grandpa who's got a story for everything" because of the literature, many legends and very traditional and very ageist people.
btw Shilami dialect has two tones and sounds kinda like Mandarin
[edit] [view] Vicioa (Vicioa)The eastern dialect, and also the biggest(~1.5 million speakers) and the most similar dialect to the literary Humanese. The main difference is the slang, č oftenly replacing the "t" and "c", plural prefix beginning with "m", and, in general, more similarity to Slovak than to Czech
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalLabio-
velar
Velar
Nasal m   n        
Plosive p b   t d       k g
Fricative   f v s z ʃ ʒ     x ɣ
Affricate     t͡s t͡ʃ      
Lateral approximant     l        
Approximant         j w  
Trill     r r̝        
VowelsFrontBack
Close i i: ɯ ɯ: u u:
Close-mid e e: o o:
Open-mid   ɔ1
Open a a:  
  1. only in the eastern dialect
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Human. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 HumanOrthography [edit]
Āā/a:/Aa/a/Bb/b/Cc/t͡s/Čč/t͡ʃ/CH ch/x/Dd/d/Ēē/e:/Ee/e/
Ff/f/Gg/g/Hh/ɣ/Īī/i:/Ii/i/Jj/j/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/
Nn/n/Oo/o/Ôô/ɔ/1Ōō/o:/Pp/p/Rr/r/Řř/r̝/Šš/ʃ/Ss/s/
Tt/t/Uu/u/Ūū/u:/Vv/v/Ww/w/Yy/ɯ/Ȳȳ/ɯ:/Žž/ʒ/Zz/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. only in the eastern dialect
Typological information for Human

Number of nominal casesOne case
Phonemic vowel lengthShort/Long
Primary word orderSVO
ToneNo phonemic tone
Future tenseNone

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