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Typology Progressing 229 words Sedac
Reordan Sedacous
['reor.dan se.'ða.kous]
Registered by OrangutanEmperor on 1 June 2016
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Sedac An a priori language inspired largely by Occitan, Ancient Greek, and Old English. A little bit conservative and quite indo-european in several aspects.
Spoken in the Kingdom of Seda of the conworld of Nis by roughly 12 million people.
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[view] Reordan Naetous (Hill Sedac)The tap has become universally trilled and uvular. Aspirated phonemes have become fricatives ala pʰ->f and kʰ->x, while voiced phonemes not before an unvoiced sound have become fricatives as well ala b->v, d->z, and g->ɣ. d still becomes dental in situations where it would in the default dialect.
Nasal m       ɲ   [ŋ]1    
Plosive p pʰ b       [c]2 [cʰ]3 [ɟ]4   k kʰ g    
Fricative [ɸ]5 f [v]6 θ̪͆7 [ð]8 s [ʃ]9 ʒ [ç]10 [ʝ]11   [ɣ]12 h  
Affricate         [t͡ʃ]13 [d͡ʒ]14          
Lateral approximant       l   [ʎ]15 [ʎˠ]16       [ɫ̪]17
Approximant           j w     ɥ
Trill       [r]18            
Flap       ɾ            
  1. before velar consonants, allophone of /n̪/
  2. when palatalized, allophone of /k/
  3. when palatalized, allophone of /kʰ/
  4. when palatalized, allophone of /g/
  5. allophone of /h/
  6. intervocalically, allophone of /b/
  7. interdental
  8. intervocalically, allophone of /d̪/
  9. when palatalized, allophone of /s/
  10. when palatalized, allophone of /h/
  11. when palatalized and intervocal, allophone of /g/
  12. intervocalically, allophone of /g/
  13. when palatalized, allophone of /t̪/
  14. when palatalized, allophone of /d̪/
  15. when palatalized, allophone of /l/
  16. when palatalized and before back vowels, allophone of /l/
  17. before back vowels, allophone of /l/
  18. geminated, allophone of /ɾ/
Close i [y]1       u
Near-close   [ɪ]2 [ʏ]3   [ʊ]4  
Close-mid e: ø:       o
Mid     [ə]5    
Open-mid ɛ        
Near-open     [ɐ]6    
Open a       ɑ:
Polyphthongs uə̯ ae̯ au̯ ei̯ ai̯ oi̯ ou̯ eu̯
  1. when word-final, allophone of /u/
  2. when unstressed, allophone of /i/
  3. when word final and unstressed, allophone of /u/
  4. when unstressed, allophone of /u/
  5. When word-final, allophone of /ɛ/
  6. when unstressed, allophone of /a/
Below is the orthography for Sedac. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
Aa/a/, [ɐ]1AE ae/ae̯/AI ai/ai̯/AU au/au̯/Áá/ɑ:/Éé/e:/Íí/i/Óó/o/Úú/u/Bb/b/, [v]2
Cc/k/CY cy[c]3Dd/d̪/, [ð]4, [d͡ʒ]5Ee/ɛ/, [ə]6EI ei/ei̯/EO eo/ø:/EU eu/eu̯/Ff/f/Gg/g/, [ɣ]7GN gn/ɲ/
GY gy[ɟ]8, [ʝ]9Hh/h/HW hw[ɸ]HY hy[ç]10Ii/i/, [ɪ]11Jj/ʒ/Kk/kʰ/KY ky[cʰ]12Ll/l/, [ɫ̪]13LY ly[ʎˠ]14, [ʎ]15
Mm/m/Nn/n̪/, [ŋ]16Oo/o/OI oi/oi̯/OU ou/ou̯/Pp/p/PH ph/pʰ/Rr/ɾ/, [r]17Ss/s/, [ʃ]18Tt/t̪/, [t͡ʃ]19
TH th/θ̪͆/20Uu/u/, [y]21, [ʏ]22, [ʊ]23UI ui/uə̯/Ww/w/Yy/j/YW yw/ɥ/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
  1. when unstressed
  2. intervocalically
  3. when palatalized
  4. intervocalically
  5. when palatalized
  6. When word-final
  7. intervocalically
  8. when palatalized
  9. when palatalized and intervocal
  10. when palatalized
  11. when unstressed
  12. when palatalized
  13. before back vowels
  14. when palatalized and before back vowels
  15. when palatalized
  16. before velar consonants
  17. geminated
  18. when palatalized
  19. when palatalized
  20. interdental
  21. when word-final
  22. when word final and unstressed
  23. when unstressed
Typological information for Sedac

Base counting systemVigesimal (20)
Number of nominal casesFive cases
Morphological typologyFusional
Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative

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