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Proto-Abyssal [PBY]
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Proto-Abyssal
Registered by fractalshadow on 6 February 2019
Language type Proto-Conlang
Species Uixo
About Proto-Abyssal Spoken long ago by deep-sea dwelling monsters called Oceanites, Proto-Abyssal is the distant ancestor of both  Nolwynn and  Uixian

I decided to create Proto-Abyssal because I wanted to have a better understanding of Nolwynn and to add believability to Uixian.

About Proto-Abyssal:
- Nouns are a closed class
- Uses lunemes, which are colorful flashes of light
- Lots of linguistic taboos
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Sample of Proto-AbyssalCan't find any yet.
Latest vocabulary
hurnair
h̊ujuhunorgan
Language family relationships
Language treeAbyssal
 ⤷  Proto-Abyssal
[view] About AbyssalThese are languages derived from those spoken by the Oceanites, a non-human sentient species that lives in the deepest parts of the oceans. The Oceanites had many dialects. They were mostly intelligible with each other, but clans from different ocean...
Phonology
[view]Phonological System: UixoWIP.

Two different but similar species use this phonological system: the Oceanites and their descendants, the Uixo.

The Oceanites are deep-sea dwelling monsters known for their strength and their vaguely humanoid appearance. They live in deep ocean trenches and rarely come to the surface.

Uixo are a slimy, cave-dwelling species known for being reclusive and shy. They live in near continuous dark or twilight condition, but they are able to see somewhat thanks to an organ on their head called a luminent. Their vision is not the best, but it works for what they need.

Both species have an organ called a luminent, which they use to produce flashes of light in various colors. Their vocal apparatus is not very different from humans; the main distinction comes from the use of lunemes, but neither species can make very loud sounds like humans can.
Lunemesblinking sustained
dim ϱ ƍ
bright ϙ ϙ᷈1 ϙ2 ϙ̌3 ѻ
short λ ϫ
long Ɔ c
  1. blue light
  2. yellow light
  3. red light
Unvoiced Consonants labiodental dental alveolar post alveolar palatal labiovelar velar uvular pharyngeal glottal
fricative f ↓f f: fʰ θ ↓θ θʰ s ↓s s: sʰ ʃ ↓ʃ ʃ: ʃʰ   x ↓x x: xʰ  [ħ] h h̪͆ h᷇1 hʰ2
approximant    ɹ j ʍ    
lateral approximant    l      
trill        [ʀ]  
click          
  1. this is a high-falling whistle
  2. blowing air
Vowelsfront back
close mid e ḛ e:: e: ɤ ɤ̰ ɤ:: ɤ:
Voiced Consonants labiodental alveolar retroflex velar
nasal ɱ  ɳ ŋ
fricative  z  
lateral fricative  ɮ  
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Proto-Abyssal. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Proto-AbyssalOrthography
e/e/ee/e:/eee/e:://ḛ/f/f/fc/↓f/ff/f:/fh/fʰ/h/h//hʰ/1/h᷇/2
/h̪͆/j/j/l/l/lz/ɮ/ng/ŋ/ngm/ɱ/ny/ɳ/r/ɹ/, /ϙ̌/3s/s/sc/↓s/ss/s:/
sh/sʰ/t/θ/tc/↓θ/th/θʰ/u/ɤ/uu/ɤ:/uuu/ɤ:://ɤ̰/ʃ/ʃ/ʃc/↓ʃ/ʃʃ/ʃ:/
ʃh/ʃʰ/w/ʍ/x/x/xc/↓x/xx/x:/xh/xʰ/z/z/ϱ/ϱ//ᴕ/o/c/ѻ/ѻ/
ɔ/Ɔ/ƍ/ƍ/ϫ/ϫ/λ/λ/b/ϙ᷈/4d/ϙ/y/ϙ/5
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. blowing air
  2. this is a high-falling whistle
  3. red light
  4. blue light
  5. yellow light
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Nouns as a closed class 31-Jul-19 19:44
Historical changes
From Proto-Abyssal to Nolwynn
30-Jul-19 20:55
Typological information for Proto-Abyssal

Morphological typologyAgglutinative
Morphosyntactic alignmentFluid-S
Primary writing systemLanguage not written

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