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Loutaira
hlAWtèā
[ɬautʲe:ə]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 11 February 2020
Language type Artistic Language (Artlang)
Place & SpeakersLoutaira is spoken by a population of around 94,700,000 .
Species Human/humanoid
About Loutaira The area that would form the language of Loutaira is on the south-east shore of the dśÒmòŋ Sea. The area had long been inhabited by fractured tribes and kingdoms, until the Cascian Empire came from the southern plains and subdued the tribes. After years of prolonged conflict, the kingdoms unified to resist the Empire, but it only lasted for twenty years before they too were annexed. The Cascian Empire was eventually forced out after 180 years, and the Kingdom of wOrl formed from the unified kingdoms and tribes, with it's official language of Loutaria. The Loutairan language was formed by merging the three major native languages already present in the Kingdom, beginning the process of creating a unified wOrlish culture.

Features of Loutaira
  • VSO word order
  • Celtic based but with added features
  • No Genders distinction, but Class-based and Animacy distinction
  • Detailed verb tense system
  • Vowel capitalized Proper Nouns
  • Single, Dual, and Plural number
  • Right-branching
  • Detailed derivation system, clearly showing what words are related
  • Attempted naturalism
  • Amplifying Double Negatives
  • Short and Long Vowel length
  • Absolute Cardinal Directions
  • Detailed lore and history
  • And More!


  • Loutaira Script
    Loutaira can be written with the Latin script, but also has a complex flowing ceremonial script, called hlÌvawtā, with all letters in a word being connected, and a simplified common script, called hlÌvawteg, that is used by most of the peasantry.
    English - You are a king!
    Loutaira - Latin Script - !In èlti on ɾeks!
    Loutaira - Common Script - :ɵ̍ɔ þm-ɵ bɔ ʟᴜᴅᕊ:
    Sample of Loutaira[view] Ar nì kransèawiŋ

    The moon rises.
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    Latest vocabulary
    ànhāoɾadveverywhere
    ànhāadvanywhere
    ànhānsomewhere
    Language family relationships
    Language treeCeltic
     ⤷ Proto-Celtic
      ⤷ Insular Celtic
       ⤷ Brittonic
        ⤷ Welsh
         ⤷  Loutaira
    [view] About CelticThe Celtic languages (usually pronounced /ˈkɛltɪk/ but sometimes /ˈsɛltɪk/) are descended from Proto-Celtic, or "Common Celtic"; a branch of the greater Indo-European language family. The term "Celtic" was first used to describe this language group b...
    Phonology
    ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
    dental
    DentalAlveolarPost-
    Alveolar
    PalatalLabio-
    velar
    VelarGlottal
    Nasal m     n n̥       ŋ  
    Plosive p b     d       k g  
    Fricative   f v θ ð s ʃ ç   x h
    Lateral approximant       l          
    Lateral fricative       ɬ          
    Approximant           j w    
    Trill       r r̥          
    Flap       ɾʲ          
    VowelsFrontNear-
    front
    CentralBack
    Close i:     u:
    Near-close   ɪ    
    Close-mid e:     o:
    Mid     ə  
    Open-mid ɛ     ɔ
    Open a a:      
    Polyphthongs ai au ɛi ɛu
    Syllable Structure(C)(C)V(C)(C)
    This means that words like [MHèiRN] (capitalization only to emphasize point) are possible, with two consonants at the start and end, however between vowels only three consonants are allowed, so words like [koRPKaik] are allowed but if it was [koRPKLaik] it would be illegal because of there being four consonants in a row. So mid word it the structure would be V(C)(C)(C)V. An example of a legal word is (C)(C)V(C)(C)(C)V(C)(C), but this is not the only allowed structure.

    If mid word, syllables are halved, meaning [h́ampa] would be h́am-pa, but if the number of consonants is odd, they split left, so [korpkaik] is korp-ka-ik
    Stress informationStress is never marked, and is always placed on the first syllable. In single words that include spaces, like [an h́ālas], stress is still on the first syllable [an] and the rest of the word is unstressed.
    OtherApostrophes are in numerals to distinguish between different numbers, like [a haon] (7) and [a' haon] (259), but does not make a sound. Instead, it acts as a ʔ, where you lengthen the pause between [a] and [haon], like you do with a comma.
    Orthography
    Below is the orthography for Loutaira. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
     LoutairaOrthography [edit]
    Aa
    ailm
    /a/
    Àà
    ailm
    /a:/
    Āā
    spiɾwā
    /ə/
    AW aw
    /au/
    AY ay
    /ai/
    Bb
    beh́
    /b/
    Dd
    dair
    /d/
    Ee
    ed
    /ɛ/
    Èè
    ed
    /e:/
    EW ew
    /ɛu/
    EY ey
    /ɛi/
    Ff
    fern
    /f/
    Gg
    gah
    /g/
    Hh
    ah
    /h/
    HL hl
    hliś
    /ɬ/
    H́ h́
    fāh́main
    /ç/
    Ii
    id
    /ɪ/
    Ìì
    id
    /i:/
    Ḱḱ
    raiḱn
    /x/
    Kk
    kol
    /k/
    Ll
    kāl
    /l/
    Mm
    min
    /m/
    MH mh
    mhen
    /m̥/
    Nn
    nik
    /n/
    NH nh
    ɾhosnh
    /n̥/
    Òò
    on
    /o:/
    Oo
    on
    /ɔ/
    Pp
    pih́
    /p/
    Rr
    riś
    /ɾʲ/
    Śś
    kàiś
    /ʃ/
    Ss
    sail
    /s/
    Tt
    tine
    /tʲ/
    Ùù
    ùr
    /u:/
    Vv
    niv
    /v/
    Ww
    hleawàn
    /w/
    Yy
    yearg
    /j/
    Ðð
    gōðvid
    /ð/
    Þþ
    kaonþ
    /θ/
    Ŋŋ
    ŋasùr
    /ŋ/
    ɾ
    pɾen
    /r/
    ɾH ɾh
    ɾhestɾ
    /r̥/
    ✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
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      Typological information for Loutaira

      Base counting systemSenary (6)
      Morphological typologyFusional
      Morphosyntactic alignmentNominative/Accusative
      Primary word orderVSO
      Script typeAlphabet

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