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Zaxon [ZAX]
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Registered by [Deactivated User] on 4 January 2017
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Zaxon Zaxon is a language based off mainly from English, German, and a bit of Portuguese.

Note: Zaxon is currently going through some changes, such as:
  • Nouns now have gender (masculine or feminine), dimminutives, and augmentatives.
  • Verbs now have two infinitives and two past participles (short and long), which are used depending on the position of the verb in the sentence.
  • The verb "stardard" conjugation is now the long infinitive (which usually ends in -en, such as "kochen", to cook) rather than the short infinitive (which doesn't have a specific ending, such as "koch", to cook).
  • Addition of new sounds such as /ø/ (represented by oe), /ɚ/ (er, except when the e is pronounced like /ɛ/), /ɔɹ/ (or), and /uɹ/ (ur).
  • Bare /s/ between two vowels now exists, but only in the plural of words ending in ss.
  • Removal of ø, æ, and œ. The last two were reverted back to ae and oe, and the former, along with its sound /ʌ/, were replaced by other sounds such as /a/, /ɛ/, /ɔ/, or /ø/.
  • Vowels can now have length.
  • Removal of qv, which is now always represented by qu.

Sample of Zaxon[view] Su main lib, [insert øn nam hier].

To my love, [add a name here].
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Latest vocabulary
Nasal m   n     ŋ    
Plosive p b   t d     k g    
Fricative   f v s z ʃ ʒ ç x ʁ h
Affricate     [t͡s]1 [d͡z]2 t͡ʃ d͡ʒ        
Lateral approximant     l          
Approximant         j      
Flap     ɾ          
Blends kv ks
  1. after 'l', 'n', or 'r' at the end of a word, allophone of /z/
  2. after 'n' when before a vowel, allophone of /z/
Close i y       u
Near-close   [ɪ]1   ʊ  
Close-mid e       o
Mid     [ə]2    
Open-mid ɛ       ʌ ɔ
Near-open     [ɐ]3    
Open a        
Polyphthongs [aw]4 ɔɪ [aj]5 6
  1. allophone of /i/
  2. in non-stressed syllables, allophone of /ʌ/
  3. in the last syllable of a word when it's not stressed, except when part of a diphthong, allophone of /a/
  4. before a vowel, allophone of /aʊ/
  5. before a vowel, allophone of /aɪ/
  6. rare, only used in some few words such as "gleizer" (glasses)
Below is the orthography for Zaxon. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 ZaxonOrthography [edit]
Aa/a/, [ɐ]1Bb/b/Cc/k/, /t͡s/Dd/d/Ee/e/, /ɛ/, /ɪ/Ff/f/Gg/g/Hh/h/Ii/i/, [ɪ]
Jj/d͡ʒ/Kk/k/Ll/l/Mm/m/Nn/n/Oo/ɔ/, /o/, /ʊ/Pp/p/Qq/k/Rr/ɾ/, /ʁ/
Ss/s/, /t͡s/Tt/t/Uu/u/, [ʊ]Vv/v/Ww/v/Xx/ks/Yy/aɪ/, /i/, /j/Zz/z/, [t͡s]2, [d͡z]3Øø/ʌ/, [ə]4
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. in the last syllable of a word when it's not stressed, except when part of a diphthong
  2. after 'l', 'n', or 'r' at the end of a word
  3. after 'n' when before a vowel
  4. in non-stressed syllables
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Alphabet and Phonology 31-Jan-17 17:48
Impersonal verbs
When to use or not to use the subject "es"
31-Jan-17 00:45
Definite and indefinite articles. When to use "di" and when ...
30-Jan-17 15:25
Verb Tenses 28-Jan-17 03:14
Typological information for Zaxon

Number of pronominal casesFour cases
Number of nominal casesOne case
Noun numbersSingular/Plural
Primary writing systemBasic Latin

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