Classical Azerian

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Classical Azerian

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Regulated byAzerian Government
Spoken inRepublic of Azeria
FamilyAzerian
  • Classical Azerian
Writing system(s)Latin
TypeArtlang

Classical Azerian, more commonly known as Azerian, is a artlang (art language) used by the Republic of Azeria. It was developed by WaxyCoronet4212, the current President of Azeria.

Classification


Phonemes

Consonants

Table of consonant phonemes of Classical Azerian
Bilabial Dental/
Alveolar
Postalveolar /
Palatal
Velar Glottal
Nasal m n ɲ ŋ
Plosive voiceless p t k
voiced b d ɡ (g)
Fricative ɸ (f) s ʃ (sh) h
Approximant w l j
Rhotic ɾ

Vowels

Table of vowel phonemes of Classical Azerian
Front Central Back
Close i i: (ī) u u: (ū)
Mid e e: (ē) o o: (ō)
Open a a: (ā)

Grammar

Nouns

Cases

Nouns have five cases:

  • Nominative is the doer of a verb: dog bites man.
  • Accusative is the done-to of a verb: man bites dog.
  • Genitive is the possessor of something: dog’s tail hits man.
  • Dative is the recipeint of something: man gives ball to dog.
  • Locative is the location of something: man goes to town.
Case Prefix
Nominative No affix

ntop /ntop/ dog (doing the verb)

Accusative Suffix -oːwl

ntopōwl /ntoˈpoːwl/ (verb done to) dog

Genitive Suffix -onʃ

ntoponsh /ˈntoponʃ/ dogʼs

Dative Suffix -eɸ

ntopev /ntoˈpeɸ/ to (the/a) dog

Locative Suffix -oː

ntopō /ntoˈpoː/ near/at/by (the/a) dog

Pronouns