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South-Eastern Myshyn [SEMYH]
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Typology On hold 108 words South-Eastern Myshyn
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 20 January 2022
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Species Human/humanoid
About South-Eastern Myshyn South-Eastern Myshyn, also seldom called Taiga Myshyn, is a decent of a group of eastern dialects of the  Northern Myshyn language. South-Eastern Myshyn is closely related to  Western Myshyn.

A notable feature of all Bylkjan-tvænë languages, is their abundance of words for natural phenomena and things. For example, the languages naturally distinguish three shades/hues of colours, saltiness of water and hardness of snow. South-Eastern Myshyn is also the first Bylkjan-tvænë language to fully utilise volitionality and resultativeness in its grammar.

Short summary:
* No adjectives, instead stative verbs, and attributive and ornative cases
* Ergative-absolutive alignment with savoury flavour and spice:
-> Volitionality affects the case the subject takes
-> Resultativeness affects the case the object takes
* Horizontal and vertical postpositional cases
* Funny diphthongs?
* Abundance of words for things found in (Norwegian) nature
Sample of South-Eastern Myshyn[view] мьэӈавёл мы̄рытюл тойынац

The person sees a tree.
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Language family relationships
Language treeBylkjan-Tvænë
 ⤷  Bylkjan
  ⤷ Wynn Tvæn
   ⤷ Mashuj
    ⤷ Myshyy
     ⤷ Myshyn (*Myshytvo)
      ⤷  Northern Myshyn
       ⤷ Eastern Myshyn
        ⤷  South-Eastern Myshyn
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Nasal m mʲ   n nʲ     ŋ ŋʲ
Plosive p1 pʲ   t2 tʲ     k3 kʲ
Fricative     s sʲ ʃ   x4 xʲ5
Affricate     t͡s t͡sʲ t͡ʃ    
Lateral approximant     l lʲ      
Approximant   ʋ6 ʋʲ     j  
Flap     ɾ ɾʲ      
Blends xtʃ
  1. Realized as /b/ in voiced consonant clusters
  2. Realized as /d/ in voiced consonant clusters
  3. Realized as /g/ in voiced consonant clusters, or as /q/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
  4. Realised as /h/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
  5. Realized as /ç/
  6. Realized as /w/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
Near-close   ʏ   ʊ  
Open-mid ɛ ɛ: œ œ:       ɔ
Near-open     ɐ    
Polyphthongs ɔɐ1 2 ɨʏ3 ɔj ɐj œj ʊj ɛj ʊœ ʊɔ4
  1. Long form of /ɐ/
  2. Long form of /ɔ/
  3. Long form of /ʏ/
  4. Long form of /ʊ/
Below is the orthography for South-Eastern Myshyn. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 South-Eastern MyshynOrthography [edit]
Аа/ɐ/А̄ а̄/ɔɐ/1Вв/ʋ/2Ёё/jɔ/Йй/j/Кк/k/3Лл/l/Мм/m/Нн/n/Оо/ɔ/О̄ о̄/oʊ/4
Ы̄ ы̄/ɨʏ/9Ээ/ɛ/Э̄ э̄/ɛ:/Юю/jʊ/Яя/jɐ/Ѯѯ/xtʃ/Ӈӈ/ŋ/Өө/œ/Ө̄ ө̄/œ:/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. Long form of /ɐ/
  2. Realized as /w/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
  3. Realized as /g/ in voiced consonant clusters, or as /q/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
  4. Long form of /ɔ/
  5. Realized as /b/ in voiced consonant clusters
  6. Realized as /d/ in voiced consonant clusters
  7. Long form of /ʊ/
  8. Realised as /h/ in front of /ʏ/ or /œ/
  9. Long form of /ʏ/
Additional Notes- ш -> щ at the end of words
- ьа or йа -> я, but ьа̄ and йа̄
- ьо or йо -> ё, but ьо̄ and йо̄
- ьу or йу -> ю, but ьӯ and йӯ
Typological information for South-Eastern Myshyn

Demonstrative proximityOther
Number of nominal casesEight cases or more
Pronoun-noun possessionAffix/Clitic
Verb agreementSubject only

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