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Deteposaduruki
deteposaduruki
[ditipo̞sadərəkaɪ]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 27 January 2022
Language type International Auxiliary Language (IAL)
Place & SpeakersDeteposaduruki is spoken by a population of 1 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Deteposaduruki Deteposaduruki is an Oligosynthetic International Auxiliary language with the goal of having as small a vocabulary as possible, while also eliminating ambiguity where possible In order to achieve this, a comprehensive word derivations system is used. Additionally, one of the signature features of Deteposaduruki are its parenthetical circumfixes, which act as a sort of verbal parenthesis. Deteposaduruki has no
-Digraphs
-Diacritics
-Tricky or annoying forms.
-Tone
-Mandatory articles
-Grammatical gender
-Irregular forms of anything
The phonemic inventory was selected to make Deteopsaduruki as easy to learn as possible while also retaining as much versatility as possible. There are more vowels in Deteopsaduruki than there are in a typical auxlang, but this was done to eliminated long and short forms of vowels and turn them into their own letters. It is basically a 4.5 vowel system with long and short varieties. Because of this, every letter in Deteposaduruki stands for one and only one possible sound, greatly simplifying the orthography.

The Phonotactic and typographic rules are made to be as simple as possible to both speak and describe. Deteposaduruki's Typology is technically CVCCC, but in 99% of cases, the maximum is CVC. All consonants can be in either the onset or coda. Additionally, /w/ can precede any consonant in the coda, and /s/ can follow it.
Deteposaduruki is an SVO language, and typically each of those is made of one big word, that in English may, have included multiple words. In that, Deteposaduruki is an oligosynthetic language. In some cases, certain phrases, such as participle phrases, are stuck onto words but retain their internal spaces. This, in essentia, turns those spaces into phonemic spaces. When combining multiple words, the words are typically smashed together and the whole thing is surrounded by a circumfix (This is the signature parenthetical circumfix I was talking about earlier.)
Sample of Deteposaduruki[view] sj fesadomfjqphr deferhrubhgigwvwnkiphtgi. / sj fekhnomhpudurukgi denhbecerki. / defefenhxothcopakgithfemwthritoturukgikgicerki xughrkom. / sj fegodomhpuduruk cy fjqroq dephnwbhkipht cy fjqpyb fegodurufjqroq gwvwnuphtgiphtgi. / cer fexutwnomikef cy fjqphr bhpht cy hfedytamexgikgi defefefegynuputhcosfurukgithghghkgithfedytwfecgiikgibhki / cyb c...[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
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Sound samples in Deteposaduruki
Some sound samples of Deteposaduruki. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
be sadom deteposaduruki.
I speak English
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
Labio-
velar
Velar
Nasal m   n     ŋ
Plosive b   d     g
Fricative   f s ʃ    
Affricate       t͡ʃ    
Approximant     ɹ   w  
Trill     r      
VowelsFrontNear-
front
CentralBack
Close i      
Near-close   ɪ    
Close-mid e      
Mid     ə
Open-mid ɛ      
Open a     ɒ
Polyphthongs
Syllable StructureAll consonants are either immediately preceded or followed by a vowel. The exceptions are the letters v(/w/) and s(/s/). 's' can always follow a consonant at the end of a word. 'v' can be inserted between a vowel and a consonant. All consonants are made of exactly one vowel(/eɪ/ and /aɪ/ are each considered to be one vowel) and its associated consonants.
Stress informationYou can put the stress anywhere you want in Deteposaduruki! Isn't that fun? If you *really* need direction, though, it is recommended to put the stress on the root of the word. If that is impractical, or the word contains no root, the stress may be put on the penultimate syllable. If the root is polysyllabic, then the stress may fall on its last syllable.
Other/e/ never appears on its own, and does not have an associated letter. It only is found in /eɪ/. Every phoneme maps to exactly one letter, and there are no digraphs or diacritics (/eɪ/ and /aɪ/, for all intents and purposes, act as phonemes in their own right.)
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Deteposaduruki. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 DeteposadurukiOrthography [edit]
Ii/aɪ/Jj/ɪ/Uu/ə/Ee/i/Ww/ɛ/Oo/o̞/Yy/eɪ/Aa/a/Hh/ɒ/
Mm/m/Nn/n/Qq/ŋ/Pp/pʰ/Bb/b/Tt/tʰ/Dd/d/Kk/kʰ/Gg/g/
Ff/f/Ss/s/Xx/ʃ/Cc/t͡ʃ/Ll/ɹ/Rr/r/Vv/w/
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    Typological information for Deteposaduruki

    Base counting systemDecimal (10)
    Double negativesBecomes affirmative
    Morphological typologyOligosynthetic
    Pronoun-noun possessionAffix/Clitic
    Reduplication formFull reduplication

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