cws
Greetings Guest
home > profile > view_language
Reelandic [RLN]
1▲ 1 ▼ 0
Typology Progressing 402 words
[view flag info]
Reelandic
Reelantsk
[ˈre̞ːlänts̺k]
Registered by vejtics on 15 August 2019
Language type A posteriori
Place & SpeakersReelandic is spoken in Reeland.
Species Human/humanoid
About Reelandic A language based on Standard German, but with some invented vocabulary, and different phonetic evolution.
Sample of Reelandic[view] Eg walte tween, dok see geevertetn mir eynlika eynen.

I wanted two, but they would only give me one.
[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
minpmy
Septemberpprseptember
Oktoberpproctober
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
DentalAlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalVelarGlottal
Nasal m         [ŋ]1  
Plosive p (pʰ) b   t̪ (t̪ʰ)       k g [ʔ]2
Fricative   f v   s̺ s̻ z     x [x̞]3  
Affricate       t͡s (t͡ʃ) (d͡ʒ)      
Lateral approximant       l        
Approximant   ʋ4       j    
Trill       r        
Blends kxs5 ʃt̪ ʃp
  1. allophone of /n̪/
  2. Can occur between adjacent vowels in some contexts
  3. Phonetically approximant, allophone of /x/
  4. Merged with /v/ by some speakers.
  5. /kx/ is articulated like an affricate.
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralBack
Close [i]1 i: y   ɨ: ʉ [u]2 u: [ʷu:]3 [ʷu]4
Near-close   [ɪ]5 [ʏ]6    
Close-mid [ø̞:]7 ø̞   [ɘ̞]8 [ɵ̞]9  
Mid 10 e̞:11   [ə]12 13 o̞:14
Open     ä ä: ɑ:
Polyphthongs au ei15 øy16 [ɘi]17 [ɵy]18 [ɨi]19 [ʉy]20 [ɘe̞̞]21 [ɵø̞]22
  1. allophone of /i:/
  2. allophone of /u:/
  3. allophone of /u:/
  4. allophone of /u:/
  5. allophone of /ei/
  6. allophone of /øy/
  7. allophone of /ø̞/
  8. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /e̞/
  9. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /ø̞/
  10. Can be realized as mid-open [ɛ].
  11. Can be realized as mid-close [eː].
  12. Not a phoneme; can be pronounced in front of a sonorant that would otherwise be syllabic.
  13. Can be realized as mid-open [ɔ].
  14. Can be realized as mid-close [oː].
  15. Mid onset ([e̞i̯])
  16. Mid onset ([ø̞y̯])
  17. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /ei/
  18. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /øy/
  19. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /i:/
  20. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /y/
  21. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /e̞:/
  22. Occurs after velar consonants, allophone of /ø̞/
Syllable StructureReelandic syllable nucleus can be either any of the vowels, or one of the syllabic consonants /l, n/. Onset typically includes 1 or 2 consonant(s), but null onset and 3 consonants are also possible. In the case of the latter, the last consonant is usually a sonorant /j, l, m, n, r, ʋ/.
Coda exists only if the nucleus is a vowel. It is typically one consonant, but it can be up to 5 consonants.
Stress informationReelandic words (except clitics) all have a primary accent. Compound words can have one or more secondary accents (one on each stressed morpheme), the main accent typically being on the first morpheme.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Reelandic. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 ReelandicOrthography
Aa/ä/Bb/b/Dd/d̪/Ee/e̞/1Ff/f/Gg/g/Hh/x/Ii/i:/, [i]Jj/j/
Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n̪/Oo/o̞/2Pp/p/Rr/r/Ss/s̺/Tt/t̪/
Uu/ʉ/Ůů/u:/, [u]Vv/v/Ww/ʋ/3Öö/ø̞/, [ø̞:]Xx/kxs/4Yy/y/Zz/z/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. Can be realized as mid-open [ɛ].
  2. Can be realized as mid-open [ɔ].
  3. Merged with /v/ by some speakers.
  4. /kx/ is articulated like an affricate.
Typological information for Reelandic

Definite articleNone
Fixed stress locationNone
GendersCommon/Neuter
Indefinite articleDistinct article
Syllable structureComplex

▼ More information ⇋ Compare
privacy | FAQs | rules | statistics | graphs | donate | api (indev)
Viewing CWS in: English | Time now is 05-Jun-20 12:19 | Δt: 161.113ms