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Anšyamī
Anšyamī
[anɕjami:]*
Registered by Glass Coppelia on 11 June 2017
Language type Not specified
Species Human/humanoid
About Anšyamī Anšyamī is one of the Rocosian languages, and shares a lot of its phonemes and grammar with its siblang  Anvalu. At this point, it's almost three years old, with a dictionary of 1600 words and counting (making it BY FAR my most successful attempt at a conlang yet). I think it's safe to say that I'm in love with this little bastard of a language.

Its initial influences were French, Japanese, Korean, and Belarusian, but the French-ness has died down since its creation. ^^

Currently, I'm working on recording The Black Knight and translating the entire first episode of Bungo Stray Dogs/Hāyai Storē Daksu. Both have been big undertakings, and I've underestimated just how much work I've needed to put into them, but they're progressing nonetheless. Here's to a hopefully productive 2020!
Sample of Anšyamī[view] Emī na Nanarin: Hitšiyavi Burennaran, Lašin / / Atsuši: Dzageny polai, edzuvī sašavin, ni valvī bokūre su tēnza... / Surui sotai etši hei nady heizodašla, sa yolbei vōnburaseī šafadašla... / Kondanabe... / Kotya surunvi burennaran koze wa bonšenvi yatšenašen de pannappa vainena… / Atša! Mā… ve kuzoškide. / Atsuši inētsu. Šomun valzayai ranp...[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
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Sound samples in Anšyamī
Some sound samples of Anšyamī. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Kanri bonde
Eat pant
Runi tsura koravi ure!
You were the chosen one!
Language family relationships
Language treeLanguages of Rocosia
 ⤷ Language of the Gods
  ⤷  Anšyamī
[view] About Languages of RocosiaUsually influenced IRL by French, Asian languages, and Eastern European languages. Typically made up of CV(V)(N) syllables, and derive roots from the names of the gods.
[view] Vedyamī (Vedyan Speech)Dialect used by the Eastern forest kingdom of Vedya, and well known for marking nominative and accusative cases (outdated in other dialects). Other features include a shift from /ɕ t͡ɕ/ to /ʒ d͡ʒ/, a 'softening' of /h/ to /ɦ/, and time and location being placed directly before the verb. Most of these differences come from their extreme proximity to speakers of the spirit language, Anvalu.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
Alveolo-
palatal
PalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m m: mʲ   n n: nʲ         ŋ1 ɴ2  
Plosive p3 pʲ4 b5 bʲ6   t7 d dʲ         k kʲ g gʲ    
Fricative ɸ ɸ: ɸʲ v v: vʲ s8 s:9 z z: [ʒ]10 ɕ ɕ:         h [ɦ]11
Affricate     t͡s12 d͡z [d͡ʒ]13 t͡ɕ d͡ʑ          
Lateral approximant     l lʲ              
Lateral fricative     ɬ              
Approximant           j w      
Trill     r r:              
Flap     ɾ              
  1. Only present at the end of words
  2. Only present at the end of words
  3. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /b/.
  4. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /bʲ/.
  5. Never ends words
  6. Never ends words
  7. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /t/.
  8. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it becomes /z/.
  9. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it becomes /z:/.
  10. Used in the Vedyan and Norish dialects, allophone of /ɕ/
  11. Used in the Vedyan dialect, allophone of /h/
  12. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /dz/.
  13. Used in the Vedyan and Norish dialects, allophone of /t͡ɕ/
VowelsFrontBack
Close i i: u u:
Close-mid e e: o o:
Open a a:  
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Anšyamī. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AnšyamīOrthography
Aa/a/Bb/b/1BY by/bʲ/2Cc/k/CY cy/kʲ/, /kʲ/Dd/d/DJ dj/d͡ʑ/DY dy/dʲ/DZ dz/d͡z/Ee/e/FY fy/ɸʲ/
F̄ f̄/ɸ/, /ɸ:/Gg/g/GY gy/gʲ/Hh/h/, [ɦ]3Ii/i/Kk/k/Ll/l/LY ly/lʲ/Mm/m/MY my/mʲ/M̄ m̄/m:/
Nn/n/, /ɴ/4NG ng/ŋ/5NY ny/nʲ/N̄ n̄/n:/Oo/o/Pp/p/6PY py/pʲ/7Rr/ɾ/RR rr/r/R̄ r̄/r:/Ss/s/8
S̄ s̄/s:/9Tt/t/10TS ts/t͡s/11TŠ tš/t͡ɕ/, [d͡ʒ]12Uu/u/Vv/v/VY vy/vʲ/V̄ v̄/v:/Ww/w/Yy/j/Zz/z/
Z̄ z̄/z:/Āā/a:/Ēē/e:/Īī/i:/Ōō/o:/Šš/ɕ/, [ʒ]13Š' š'/ɕ:/ŠL šl/ɬ/Ūū/u:/
✔ Shown in correct order
  1. Never ends words
  2. Never ends words
  3. Used in the Vedyan dialect
  4. Only present at the end of words
  5. Only present at the end of words
  6. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /b/.
  7. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /bʲ/.
  8. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it becomes /z/.
  9. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it becomes /z:/.
  10. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /t/.
  11. If it's the last letter of a word and is compounded, it softens to /dz/.
  12. Used in the Vedyan and Norish dialects.
  13. Used in the Vedyan and Norish dialects
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Typological information for Anšyamī

GendersNone
Noun numbersNo numbers
Noun-adjective orderEither

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