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Language type Not specified
Species Human/humanoid
About Sloy The Sloy language, or Slojasentua as it is most commonly called, is a modern post-classical agglutinative language that stems from a dialect of its classical predecessor. Its phonology varies more than its sister languages, and the Sloy language itself contains two dialectal variants, all of which are mutually intelligible with one another. It is spoken by approximately 10,000,000 speakers on the Jetovej peninsula to the east of the Hatësejensovo mountain range. This area comprises of the countries Slojavni to the extreme east on the coastline, Tithkeim on the southwestern coastline of the same peninsula, and finally in Sloja proper, which shares its Northern coast with a non-Hakkanic speaking country. All these three countries formed the Eastern Hakkan-Sloy Empire after it disbanded from the High Hatxanic, or Hakkanic, empire.

Sloy is a daughter language of Hakkan, or Hatxan as it was originally spelled, and gives rise to a nearly 90% lexical similarity in its lexical inventory. Sloy phonology is based primarily off of Finnish and the modern Scandinavian languages, such as Danish, Norwegian, Swedish, and even Icelandic. However, morphosyntactically speaking, it is similar to Finnish and to some extent Turkish. Sloy is a stress-timed language meaning that some vowels can be elided whether they exist semantically at the end of a morpheme in an agglutinized compound word, or whether they existed in some shape or form in the form of a consonantal cluster and exist as a whole vowel in Hakkan, as Hakkan employs only whole vowels.
Sample of Sloy[view] Neptuno ksa vatesej von koksej ksopökombos Konotke Konötokehövantovan. Vovapoj ksetksopokombos.

Neptune is the eighth and last planet from the Sun in the Solar System. It is a gas giant.
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Latest vocabulary
joböjonösesksauvbecome a doctor
Sound samples in Sloy
Some sound samples of Sloy. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
Teibessanöhojonova: Kej jonova te tsanöhova tos sohovantej ksonos ksotep vot sohovantej ksonos tepto...
Optimist: Someone who figures that taking a step backward after taking a step forward is not a disas...
Language family relationships
Language treeProto-Yli-Hakkan
 ⤷  Proto-Yeli-Hakkan
  ⤷  Old Hakkan
   ⤷  Hakkan
    ⤷  Sloy
[view] About Proto-Yli-HakkanPYH
[edit] [view] Slojavni (Slojavni)Slojavni is the sister dialect of Tithkeim and varies from standard Sloy in that there is a greater variety of words from Yliyrt and the Yeli languages, as well as words from the pre-Hakkanic people of the peninsula. The country of Slojavni is situated on the Southeastern and southern tip of the coastline of the peninsula. It shares its borders with Tithkeim to the west, Sloya to the northwest, and Yliyrt to the north.
[edit] [view] Tithkeim (Tithkeim)Tithkeim is a dialect of Sloy spoken in the country of Tithkeim. It exhibits greater consonantal clusters and an array of vowel harmony that ultimately comes from Hakkan, its predecessor.
Nasal m   n ɲ ŋ    
Plosive p b   t d   k g q  
Fricative   f v s z       h
Lateral approximant     l        
Approximant       j      
Trill           ʀ  
Blends kj hj ps tj ks ts
Close i   u
Close-mid e   o
Mid   ə  
Open-mid ɛ   ɔ
Open a    
Below is the orthography for Sloy. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 SloyOrthography [edit]
Aa/a/Bb/b/Dd/d/Ee/ɛ/Ëë/ə/EI ei/e/Ff/f/Gg/g/Hh/h/HJ hj/hj/Ii/i/
Jj/j/Kk/k/KJ kj/kj/KS ks/ks/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/, /ɲ/, /ŋ/, /ŋ/Öö/ɔ/Oo/o/Pp/p/PS ps/ps/
Qq/q/Rr/ʀ/Ss/s/Tt/t/TJ tj/tj/TS ts/ts/Uu/u/Vv/v/Zz/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
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    History of the Sloy language
    Sloy language
    18-May-18 04:09
    Lessons (2)
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    2Lesson #2
    Typological information for Sloy

    Copula droppingNone
    Indefinite articleNone
    Number of nominal casesEight cases or more
    Vowel harmonyHigh-low

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