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Aʻoonirobi
aqããňãṙbũqug
[ɛʔæ̃ːɲæ̃ʀ.bɯ̃ʔɯg]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 9 May 2018
Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersAʻoonirobi is spoken in Zhartaj.
Species Human/humanoid
About Aʻoonirobi


Spoken by frog people who can neither round their lips nor produce voiceless phonemes easily, hence the strange phonological inventory. A'oonirobi features unique? alternating vowel harmony and is generally agglutinating.

It also has its own vertical conscript that you can learn about here.


ፐ~_ኗፕ_<፤_)
qã ňooqo i
1SFirst person singular (person)
speaker, signer, etc.; I
2PSecond person plural (person)
addressee (plural)
POSSPossessive (case)
owns, has
.ALAlienable (possession)
thing that can be gained or lost
ተቄ_<ሦ<ፄ~_)
dab-i iinĩq
view-NMZNominaliser
makes other word a noun
for
ፐ~_<፤ኔ~ቾ_)
qã i-ňãṙ
1SFirst person singular (person)
speaker, signer, etc.; I
POSSPossessive (case)
owns, has
.ALAlienable (possession)
thing that can be gained or lost
-PLPlural (number)
more than one/few
ተኅ቎_ቔሎዩ
daňug ban-vu
wattle give-PRSPresent tense (tense).1SFirst person singular (person)
speaker, signer, etc.; I
.DEODeontic (mood)
things that should be
.PFVPerfective (aspect)
completed action


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Sample of Aʻoonirobi[view] ፐ~_ቕ_<፤ቌዜጴዞቜ~_<፤_፴~቞ሖ~ሎ_<ዶ_ኤጵሥሏ

I have no memory of this place.
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Latest vocabulary
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Language family relationships
Language treeHepteidola
 ⤷ Languages of The Seven Seams
  ⤷ Natural Languages
   ⤷ Isolates
    ⤷  Aʻoonirobi
[view] About HepteidolaLanguages of The Seven Seams organized by natural and divine languages, with the former being categorized by continent of origin while the latter being organized by deity responsible.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPalatalVelarUvularGlottal
Nasal m   n1 [ɲ]2 ŋ    
Plosive b   d ɟ g ɢ̆3 ʔ
Fricative [β]4 v          
Approximant       j ɰ̆5    
Trill ʙ   r     ʀ  
  1. velarized following a nasal vowel
  2. following a nasal vowel, allophone of /ŋ/
  3. intervocalic sandhi used in spoken speech
  4. preceding any trill, allophone of /v/
  5. intervocalic sandhi used in spoken speech
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i: ĩ: ĩ   ɯ ɯ: ɯ̃: ɯ̃
Open-mid ɛ ɛ: ɛ̃: ɛ̃   ʌ ʌ: ʌ̃: ʌ̃
Near-open [æ̃:]1 [æ̃]2 [ɐ̃:]3 [ɐ̃]4  
  1. before or after a nasal consonant, allophone of /ɛ̃:/
  2. before or after a nasal consonant, allophone of /ɛ̃/
  3. before or after a nasal consonant, allophone of /ʌ̃:/
  4. before or after a nasal consonant, allophone of /ʌ̃/
Syllable StructureAll syllables have the nucleus of any vowel (V), there can optionally be an onset of:
(1) any consonant (C) or
(2) any bilabial or labio-dental followed by a non-bilabial trill (Ŕ)
and finally those can be followed optionally by a coda of any consonant except [j]. Thus: (C⊻BŔ)V(C*)

Additionally a syllable with a onset of a glottal stop cannot be preceded by a syllable with a coda consisting of a glottal stop. Thus, (C⊻BŔ)Vʕ.ʕV(C*) is not permitted.
Stress informationStress is not fixed and mostly unpredictable.
OtherNo two syllables with differing vowels of the same height can appear consecutively. So, [i] → [i,ɛ,ʌ], [ɯ] → [ɯ,ʌ,ɛ], [ɛ] → [ɛ,i,ɯ], and [ʌ] → [ʌ,i,ɯ].

Nasal vowel harmony is forward propagating from the root morpheme. So, CVCṼ-CVCV → CVCṼ-CṼCṼ. However, it is blocked by glottal stops [ʔ] and certain suffixes. So, [tivɛ̃-nɛnɯ] → [tivɛ̃-nɛ̃nɯ̃] but [tivɛ̃ʔ-nɛnɯ] would stay the same.
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Aʻoonirobi. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 AʻoonirobiOrthography [edit]
i
/i/
m
ma
/m/
n
nu
/n/1
ĩ
/ĩ/
b
bi
/b/
d
da
/d/
u
/ɯ/
ň
/ŋ/
ũ
/ɯ̃/
ǧ
/ɟ/
g
gu
/g/
a
/ɛ/
v
vi
/v/
ã
/ɛ̃/
ḅa
/ʙ/
r
ra
/r/
o
/ʌ/
q
/ʔ/
j
ji
/j/
õ
/ʌ̃/
ṙa
/ʀ/
✔ Shown in correct order [change]
  1. velarized following a nasal vowel
Conscript
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Full Aʻoonirobi Orthography
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Orthography of A'oonirobi
All about A'oonirobi's Orthography.
08-Jun-23 20:12
Numbers & Numerals
Numbers and numerals in A'oonirobi
19-May-23 20:51
Vowel Harmony in Aqoonirobi
How vowel harmony works in Aqoonirobi as well as a list of i...
24-Nov-22 20:28
Plurality in A'oonirobi
How things are pluralized
24-Nov-22 20:22
Possession and Alienability in UBD
How the possessive determiners work alongside alienability i...
08-Apr-22 23:34
Typological information for Aʻoonirobi

AlienabilityAlienable/inalienable
NasalsNasal stops and vowels
Phonemic vowel lengthShort/Long
Vowel harmonyMultiple

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