Litvanian language

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Litvanian
Litvénský Jazýk
Native to Switzerland, Cairo, Mosavia
Region Central Europe
Ethnicity Litvanians
Native speakers 1
Language family Indo-European
Type Constructed language
Official status
Minority status Lurk
Nedland
Regulated by Unregulated (2016-)
Litvanian Language Committee (2016)

The Litvanian language(Litvanian: Litvénský Jazýk, pronounciation [ˈlitvɛnski ˈjazik], Litvenčina [ˈlitvenʃinɑ]) is the official language of Litvania. It is, along with Polish, Slovak, Czech, Kashubian, Silesian, Sorbian a slavic langauge spoken by the Litvanians. It is a Indo-European language which belongs to the West Slavic subfamily. It is native to the region of Litveniya, and is very similar to the Polish language in terms of grammar and rules, but posseses letters of the Slovak and Czech alphabets.

There is only 1 active speaker of the language, and speakers are found nowhere else but Litvania.

Alphabet

The Litvanian Alphabet consists of 41 letters, the majority of which are taken from the Slovak alphabet.

Letter Letter name
A a á
Á á dlhé á
B b
C c
Č č čé
D d
Ď ď ďé
DZ dz dzé
džé
E e é
É é dlhé é
F f ef
G g
H h
CH ch chá
I i í
Í í dlhé í
J j
K k
L l el
Ľ ľ mäkké el
M m em
N n en
Ň ň
O o o
Ó ó ó
Ô ô ô
P p
Q q1 kvé
R r er
Ŕ ŕ dlhé er
S s es
Š š
T t
Ť ť mäkké té
U u u
Ú ú dlhé ú
V v
W w1 dvojité vé
X x1 iks
Y y ypsilon
Ý ý dlhý ypsilon
Z z zet
Ž ž žet
  1. The letters Q, W and X are only used in loanwords.

Grammar

There are 7 cases in Litvanian grammar. It is closely modeled off of Polish gramamr.

Nomínativná

Dativná

Genitivná

Akusativná

Instrumentalná

Lokalitativná

Voláč

Egzample:

Word: Butelká (Bottle)

N: Butelká

D: Do Butelký

G: Butelkí

A: Butelké

I: Přez Butelečké

L: Nad Butelků

V: Butelká!

Comparison Table

English Polish Czech Slovak Litvanian
Language Język Jazyk Jazyk Jazýk
Exclave Eksklawa Exclave Exclave Akřest
Republic Republika Republika Republika Repúbliká
Duke Książę Vévoda Vojvoda Księc