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Setarian
setarxu
[setaɻkzɯ]*
Registered by Mutationivori on 15 February 2018
Language type A priori
Species Human/humanoid
About Setarian ameqwuma!
Welcome
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Meta information:
I'm eventually going to use this language for my own story/media, so I highly recommend against borrowing words.
I also am bad at linguistics in actuality, but have a drive to create languages with a kind of logic. It might be my own warped logic- but hey!

Furthermore I think my pronunciation is off, and my American accent is a bit thick, so don't mind the recordings too much? Hahaha~

setar(wu)...
About the world Setar:
Setar is a ConWorld that notably is almost entirely desert. It supports life natively, yes, however it's resources do not promote a large population. There are two sentient races on Setar. Setarians / Tarse (sand-people), and Ukitahs / Yukitase (sky-people.)

setarxu(wu)...
About the language of Setar, Setarian:
Setarian is a fictional language of two fictional races. Tarse (Also known as Setarians) and Yukitase (Also known as Ukitahs) from the world Setar. Since we're talking about a fantasy world and fantasy races, the Yukitase have their own dialect for pronunciation differences.


Grammatical rules/occurrences
-There are no spaces.
-The verb comes at the end.
-Subjects may be dropped.
-Particles are rendered in boxes.
-Particles may be dropped and replaced with a box that has a slash through it.
Sample of Setarian[view] yukimehjya (uu) creshejeyo (i) yumu (ro) helabeku.

The owls washed the kitchen floor.
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Latest vocabulary
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Sound samples in Setarian
Some sound samples of Setarian. Maximum of 6 shown. Click the links to see the full texts.
nerai (uu) nerai (ro) ynzo. deyone. zasha (i) eta (za) zasha (i) dymetkait (za) meyuxi. (hi) ner...
And you may find yourself In a beautiful house With a beautiful wife And you may ask yourself,...
kemkai (i) emey (uu) katashiku - bino.
My dog sells hats.
ishta (za) la (ko) creiken (i) bicu (uo) kemkai (uu) huate.
I sit here with one black table.
yukimeh (uu) shy - lushy.
The bird is on the verge of death.
lila (uo) lila (uu) suki (ro) iru.
Two plus two equals fish.
nerai (uu) biaha - meyukuxi. kua (uu) shikavohry (ro) kyrronaino? caen (za) nerai (ro) tashino? s...
You were a flower; What made Death come Cut you down so soon? O Death, please be easy now, Pass...
Language family relationships
Language treeSetarian
 ⤷  Classical Setarian
  ⤷  Setarian
[view] About SetarianSetarian language has a generally "linear" progression forward due to development in isolation. Dialect words may be adopted into main language, or split back into dialects.
[view] yukitaseti (Ukitahn)This dialect is the different pronunciations and some minor to moderate cultural differences specific to Ukitahs (Yukitase). However, in a Ukitah dense population, Setarians (Tarse) are known to pick up some of the habits.

In Ukitahn all Bilabial and Labial-Dental consonants from standard Setarian just become Dental.
m > n̪
p > t̪
b > d̪
v > ð
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
RetroflexPalatalVelarGlottal
Nasal m   n          
Plosive p b   t d       k g  
Fricative   v s z ʃ       h
Affricate       d͡ʒ        
Lateral approximant     l          
Approximant         ɻ j    
Blends kz
VowelsFrontNear-
front
Back
Close i   ɯ
Near-close   ɪ  
Close-mid e   o
Open a    
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Setarian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 SetarianOrthography
a
A
ashi
/a/
i
I
inei
/i/
u
U
uzi
/ɯ/
e
E
egal
/e/
o
O
oza
/o/
y
Y
yyg
/ɪ/
k
K
gaoshi
/k/
r
R
gaonei
/ɻ/
z
Z
gaozi
/z/
m
M
gaogal
/m/
g
G
gaoza
/g/
x
X
gaoyg
/kz/
t
T
yaonei
/t/
f
F
yaozi
/ʃ/
s
S
yaogal
/s/
p
P
yaoza
/p/
d
D
yaoyg
/d/
h
H
haoshi
/h/
l
L
haonei
/l/
v
V
haozi
/v/
n
N
haogal
/n/
c
C
haoza
/k/
w
W
haoyg
//
q
Q
/j/
j
J
/d͡ʒ/
b
B
/b/
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    Typological information for Setarian

    Base counting systemDecimal (10)
    Noun head-directionalityHead final
    Primary word orderSOV
    Future tenseNone

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