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Bonumlandian language

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Bonumlandian
⍑⚍ᒲ⚍ꖎᔑリꖌᔑ
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Created byAddison Dillon
Regulated byBonumlandian government
(via the University of Bonumland)
Spoken inBonumland
Total speakers1
FamilyAustronesian
 • Malayo-Polynesian
  • Oceanic
   • Polynesian
    • Eastern Polynesian
     • Marquesic
      • Hawaiian
       • Bonumlandian
Influenced byHawaiian
Writing system(s)Standard Galactic Alphabet
TypeConlang

The Bonumlandian language (ᒷ╎リᔑ⚍⍑╎ ꖎᔑリ⍑ᔑ, einauhi lanha) is a constructed language primarily spoken in the Republic of Bonumland, hence its namesake. It is characterized as a Polynesian language because of its elements adopted from Hawaiian. Bonumlandian uses the Standard Galactic Alphabet for written characters and the Hawaiian alphabet for spoken ones. Bonumlandian is regulated and taught by the University of Bonumland.

Alphabet

The main alphabet of the Bonumlandian language is the Standard Galactic Alphabet. Latin characters are never used when writing Bonumlandian, but are always used when spoken; the Bonumlandian language does not have its own consonant or vowel sounds.

The Bonumlandian alphabet is the following:

SGA Latin IPA
A a /a/
E e /e/
I i /i/
O o /o/
U u /u/
H h /h/
·ǀ· K k /k ~ t/
: L l /l ~ ɾ ~ ɹ/
M m /m/
N n /n/
i! P p /p/
W w /w ~ v/

See also