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Proto-Lico-Vosai [VPA]
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Typology Progressing 347 words Proto-Lico-Vosai
wiineegujuiiw
[ʍʰi:ˈne:ɣuˈjui:ʍʰ]
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Language type Proto-Conlang
Species Human/humanoid
About Proto-Lico-Vosai Proto-Licho-Vosai is thought to have originated along a large river in the east side of the northwest part of the continent which stretches up to the arctic circle. It is generally agreed that it started below the mountains, though soon split off leaving the mountain dialects very similar as apposed to the dialects of the rest of the tiagas.
Sample of Proto-Lico-Vosai[view] Fo eecupaceq clep gi gufoqowiiiir / Kufoqof zlap fa up faqazeheeqiiaah / Iruj zlap up eecupwiikuutconaah / Clep fo eecupaceqaah clep rihaaluc eecupegaah cnyel zlap gutʼeef fa up ciiaah / Fiiaah raairfany gi / Ee gi fiifaajeeneep limeeafii gi, tuwze gi wiifiifaajeeniir fa limeeafu gi / Ee eezettii efec kiiec gutʼeej utconee gi, eezettii kiiec ...[view all texts]
Latest vocabulary
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Language family relationships
Language treeLico-Vosai
 ⤷  Proto-Lico-Vosai
[view] About Lico-VosaiMany languages exist and have existed in the continental region of Vosai and the surrounding islands. It is unknown where it came from due to the first recorded evidence of the proto-language being largely inaccessible to naval settlers to the land, ...
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialAlveolarPalatalLabio-
velar
VelarUvularPharyngeal
Nasal m n ɲ̰1        
Plosive p2 [pʰ]3 t [tʼ]4     5 q6  
Fricative ɸʰ s z     ɣ [ɣ͡]7   ħ
Lateral approximant     ʎ        
Approximant     j8 ʍʰ      
Flap   ɾ9          
  1. only used when in between two frontal vowels
  2. only used after vowels.
  3. only used before vowels, allophone of /p/
  4. only used before vowels or interjected between consonants, allophone of /t/
  5. only used before vowels or interjected between consonants
  6. never used at the end of words
  7. only comes after /q/ and is co-articulated with it, allophone of /ɣ͡/
  8. only comes before vowels, stops, and /n/
  9. does not come before fricatives further back than the velar fricative.
VowelsFrontCentralBack
Close i i:   u
Close-mid e e:   o1
Near-open   ɐ ɐ:  
  1. does not come before any consonants, with the exceptions of ejected plosives
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Proto-Lico-Vosai. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Proto-Lico-VosaiOrthography [edit]
Aa
/a/
/ɐ/
AA aa
/ɐjɐ:/
/ɐ:/
Cc
/so/
/s/
Ee
/e/
/e/
EE ee
/eje:/
/e:/
Ff
/fɐ:/
/ɸʰ/
Gg
/ɣɐ:/
/ɣ/
Hh
/ħo/
/ħ/
Ii
/i/
/i/
II ii
/i:/
Jj
/jɐ/
/j/1
Kk
/k'ɐ:/
/kʼ/2
Ll
/ʎɐ:/
/ʎ/
Mm
/mɐ:/
/m/
Nn
/ni/
/n/
NY ny
/ɲ̰e:/
/ɲ̰/3
Oo
/o/
/o/4
Pp
/pe/
/p/5
Qq
/iq/
/q/6, [ɣ͡]7
Rr
/ɾe/
/ɾ/8
Tt
/t'ɐ/
/t/
T' t'
[tʼ]9
Uu
/u/
/u/
Ww
/ʍʰo/
/ʍʰ/
Zz
/zo/
/z/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. only comes before vowels, stops, and /n/
  2. only used before vowels or interjected between consonants
  3. only used when in between two frontal vowels
  4. does not come before any consonants, with the exceptions of ejected plosives
  5. only used after vowels.
  6. never used at the end of words
  7. only comes after /q/ and is co-articulated with it.
  8. does not come before fricatives further back than the velar fricative.
  9. only used before vowels or interjected between consonants
Typological information for Proto-Lico-Vosai

Adjective agreementNumber and case
Animacy distinctionsAnimate/Inanimate
Noun-noun possessionGenitive or possessive case
Primary word orderOSV
Syllable structureModerate (CVC max)

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