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The Heavenian language is a constructed language that began development in late 2013.
On some articles, it has been used retroactively (such as in Varinian mottos).
Heavenian has its own script but Latin is also commonly used. It is a S-O-V pattern language, has three declensions, and a common verb conjugation pattern (with one group exception).
In the Heavenian script, each consonant, consonant pair, and vowel has its own symbol, but symbols are constructed into blocks of up to two, stacked on top of one another. The consonant is placed on top, and the vowel on the bottom. In the event that the block has only one symbol, it is written in the middle of the line.
Most nouns in Heavenian end in either L (first declension), N (second declension) or T (third declension). They are declined in the nominative, genitive, and the dative (which handles both traditional dative and accusative forms). Heavenian features a number of helping words to assist the dative form. The L declension is -l (N), -<> (G), and -la (D); N is -n (N, -ni (G), and -na (D); and T is -t (N), -<> or -ri (G), and -ta or -ra (D), depending on dialect.
Verbs are conjugated as -a (1st person singular), -e (2nd), -o (3rd), -ai (1st plural), -ei (2nd plural), -oi (3rd plural). Verbs where the final consonant is not y add on -ya for the past, -yo for the future, and -ye as the subjunctive/imperative. Verbs where the final consonant is y instead take -na, -no, and -ne. The passive is done by the ending -i followed by a form of vi (to be) - va, ve, vo, vai, vei, voi, conjugated as necessary.
In Heavenian, a's are pronounced long (/a/), e's are pronounced like the short a (/æ/), and r's are flaps (/ɾ/), performing similar to that of Japanese. The diphthong 'ea' is pronounced as a short e (/ɛ/).
Heavenian's vocabulary borrows heavily from English, Japanese, and Hebrew, though a significant amount of its vocabulary is original.