Šjekne language

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The Šjekne Language
Şyehknï tUngfahbuh
Regulated byŞyehknï tUngfahbuh bRehbif (Šjekne Language Committee)
Spoken inHodiny
Total speakers0 (still in-development)

Šjekne (Šjekne: Şyehknï) is a conlang that is being constructed by Dylan Emborough I of Hodiny. It is an a priori language, and he is also working on a script for it.

History - Djeoc

The Šjekne language was thought up around a month before it was actually started. Dylan Emborough wanted to create a language that wasn't based on Germanic languages, as he was growing dissatisfied with Hodish. Then, on July 21, 2016, he decided to go all out and try to make an a priori language. Thus, Šjekne was officially born. He would later note how easy it was to make an a priori language, and how much more fun it was too. Below are some sample texts:

Sample Text - Tbke Psofnk

Tïc rïmpuh rbejo° I love you

Tïc gdentskuh gdenşk nehctuhm eBvod djk hOdinïşk° I lead a nation called The Duchy of Hodiny.

Tïc vrmbj tïks tungfahbuh° I like this language.


J = /ʒ/

Dj = /dʒ/

Ş = /ʃ/

O = /o/

E = /eɪ/

S = /s/

Z = /z/

A = /ɑː/

Uh = /ə/

Q = /k/ in beginning of word only

C = /x/

Eh = /ɛ/

Ï = /iː/

I = /ɪ/

The rest of the consonants are fairly self-explanatory.

Grammar Rules

Currently, the grammar closely mirrors that of English, though this may be changed. The tenses are still being created. There is a capitalization quirk here though: unless at the beginning of a sentence, the second letter of any proper noun must be capitalized. This does not apply to normal nouns. For example, the word tïc is the word for I. Tïc must be capitalized at the first letter when at the beginning of a sentence. Any other place in the sentence, it must be written like tÏc. The one exception to this rule is Şyehknï.

Language Family - tUngfahbuh fAhnilï

So, you may be wondering why the language family is called Djuyuhšek, and not something more similar to Šjekne/Şyehknï. And maybe also why there's a Š and not a Ş. Well, the reason for that is simple: Dylan is going to create more languages in this family.

Şyehknï and to an extent Djudjek are under construction.

Flivgï and Djudjak are ideas that will hopefully one day be a conlang.

For Djuyuhšek Duke Dylan I will put together a 'language hunt' to piece together the language.

Šjekne Language Committee - Şyehknï tUngfahbuh bRehbif

The Şyehknï tUngfahbuh bRehbif, also sometimes shortened to ŞTB or Ştb, is the regulating body for the Šjekne language. Its only member currently is Dylan Emborough.


Language Text
English Article one of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights:

All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.


Fyuhmpştuh gïtu djk pdon vOdvahj`kl sNehbvo djk şAhvï tÏcyen`teh:

Kolp şahvï tyupr`teh tyï qypn`voc vrïk qsk kïngovp ty vrfn qsk tïcyen`teh° Rbejn tyï gahfn`voc fyr jenklahmbï qsk rvenpuh djk mnehtmrï hahlf þrïn ndjehn ty polkm djk pïkahro`qn°

Flivgï Fehmpştuh gidu d pdon vOdvah`kl sNehbvom d şAvï tÏcyenuh`teh:

Kahlp şavï yup`teh yï qpn`vahc vīc sk kïngopv y fnvr sk tïcyenuh`teh° Bedjn yï gepn`vahc fr enklambī sk vehnpu d metrï helf drïn nyekhen y polk d pīkerot`cn°

Djudjek Fuhmpštuduh gītu djk don Vovahdj`kl Snehbvo djk Šahvï Tïcyehn`teh:

Kulp šahvï tyopr`teh tï qyïpehn`vuc vrīc čšk kingovop te vrfn čšk tïcyehn`teh• Rabehdjahn tï gefn`vuc fyt djehnklahmbïtuh čšk venpuhm djk mehtrïm hehlfdu trïn nddjehc tīyï pulkmn djk pïcahro`qnč•

Djudjak Ůmpštaduh kïltů djek on Vovahd`kl Snenbo djek Šefï Tïcyyen`teh:

Kůlp šefï tyor`teh ï kyyīpn`vůc vrīc čšk kindjovop le vrfn čšk tïcyyehn`teh• Rahbdjn ï gehlfn`vůc ft djehnklahmbï čšk velehnpyyům čšk mehtrïm hehmp trīnt jehc tehyyï půl čšk pinkahro`kn•