Vùttsuti

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Vùtsuti

Crown of Osp-Rodrigolandia

Total speakers

No one

Language Statistics

"Inactive" Language

Language family

  • None

Language Type Private

"Auto-made" Language


The Vùttsuti (in portuguese: Vútsutì / in spanish: Vútsut / in french: Vùtsut / in german: Vûtsut / in dutch: Vutsuti / in polish: Vutsut / in bosnian: Vutsut) or natively known as vùttsut /ˈvʊtʦut is a "semi-automatically" created language made and firstly created in The Kingdom of Roranhon. Even being a official language from a micronation, nobody officialy speaks it. The intention of the language is suppost to be used "privately" by the rodrigoneses and the immigrants from the micronation. Even the language having the same characters from the portuguese, some of their special characters are regarded as letters, including, the lowercase K.

Alphabet

Caption text
Letter Word Exemple (English)
A Atoll
B Ball
C Cook
D Dice
E Empire
F Frog
G Gastronomy
H Hostile
I Issue
J Jump
K Kind
k No words
L Lemon
M More
N Nice
O Once
P Play
Q Quick
R Read
S Struggle
T Tree
U Uterus
V Various
W When
X Xiao
Y Yesterday
Z Zombie
À No words
Á No words
Ô No words

Simple Words and Phrases

Words and Phrases commonly used in simple dialogs.
Exemple: - "Hello, how are you?"
- "Good, thank you!"
The words we're hand-created by the current king of the micronation, Rodrigo L. I.

English Vùtssut
Hello Ap
Goodbye Adi
Yes Si
No Neh
How are you? Ho li kaha sh?
Good Kod
Bad C
Normal Nomal
Thank you / Thanks Grasias
My name is Min am e
What about you? Wa jog-tú you?
Alright Ij
Why? Koka?
Good Day Japoea lô
Good Night Japoea kip'
Good Evening Japoea láp
Anyways Anoe tò
Never Jigu k'
Forever Jigu kh'

Numbers

Numbers
The Vùttsuti has a base-20 number system:
1 - te
2 - tas
3 - gots
4 - chor
5 - dzu
6 - rùt
7 - jùtol
8 - fap
9 - kop
10 - mo
11 - kits
12 - rumbaj
13 - ndemb
14 - ngef
15 - ndallù
16 - kpan
17 - ndaj
18 - zivdù
19 - chikp
20 - kimfu
21 - kimfu zu te “twenty and one”
400 - maz “fourhundred”
401 - maz zu te “fourhundred and one”
800 - tas maz “two fourhundred”
8000 - tos “eightthousand”

English Dictionary

The words below was automatically made by AI and it might have mistakes in english. It doesn't contain every english word.

a /a/ adj. even
agb top /ag͡b top/ n. necklace
aloz /ˈaloz/ det. these
ang /aᵑg/ n. loop, curve, curl
ap /ap/ prep. like
arav /aˈrav/ n. width
aug /ˈaug/ n. trip, tour
chat /ʧat/ n. humor
chen /ʧen/ n. dog
chif /ʧif/ n. list
chìlag /ˈʧɪlag/ v. borrow, hire, rent
chogbu /ˈʧogbu/ n. bread
chù /ʧʊ/ det. many
chùmo /ˈʧʊmo/ n. cat, vagina
chùmoadz /ˈʧʊmoaʣ/ n. kitten
dab /dab/ n. tooth
dap /dap/ v. enter
daz /daz/ n. insect
des /des/ v. invite
dìmsa /ˈdɪmsa/ n. fool
doj /doʤ/ n. place, location, site
du /du/ adj. only
dùkp /dʊk͡p/ v. chase
dus /dus/ n. cell, compartment
dzagùz pùts /ʣaˈgʊz pʊʦ/ n. thumb
dzanchir /ˈʣanʧir/ n. tradition, ritual
dze /ʣe/ n. daughter
dzetses /ˈʣeʦes/ adj. serious, grave, sober
dzìf /ʣɪf/ v. give, let, allow, enable, provide, cater
dzig /ʣig/ n. tide
dzis /ʣis/ n. fact
dzog /ʣog/ n. sister
dzong /ʣoᵑg/ adj. new
dzù /ʣʊ/ v. cook (heat food), cook (prepare food)
dzun /ʣun/ n. cup, mug
dzusoptì /ˈʣusoptɪ/ n. object
e /e/ v. get, obtain, take, collect, hold, catch, seize, understand, book, include, remove, take out, deprive, take away, arrest, clutch, deposit, incorporate
eg /eg/ n. goal, target, purpose
ekp /ek͡p/ n. structure, system, network
ep /ep/ adj. good, nice, great
ets /eʦ/ n. instrument, tool, appliance, equipment, device, apparatus, gadget, fixture
fale /ˈfale/ n. set, couple, pair, duo
fe /fe/ det. a
fì /fɪ/ pron. to you all
find /fiⁿd/ n. science
fokfa /ˈfokfa/ n. percent
fozpuj /ˈfozpuʤ/ adv. actually
fund /fuⁿd/ n. tail
gag /gag/ n. interest
gas /gas/ n. accent (of language), dialect
gbaz /g͡baz/ adj. big, large, heavy, huge, obese
gbe /g͡be/ n. mistake, error, defect
gbìn /g͡bɪn/ n. laugh
gbots /g͡boʦ/ v. dig, gouge
gbugbeì /ˈg͡bugbeɪ/ n. organization
gbutav /ˈg͡butav/ n. height
gi /gi/ v. receive, collect
gind /giⁿd/ n. sign, signal, symptom
golap /ˈgolap/ n. foreigner
guet /ˈguet/ n. witch
gurhu /ˈgurhu/ n. comb, brush (for hair)
hal /hal/ n. egg
hez /hez/ n. baby
hìn /hɪn/ n. phone
hizvi /ˈhizvi/ n. care
hon /hon/ v. bring, lead, deliver, direct, conduct
hù /hʊ/ n. bowl, pot
hum pez /hum pez/ n. glasses
i /i/ interj. okay
ìf /ɪf/ n. capacity
ij /iʤ/ n. citadel
imb /iᵐb/ v. save, rescue
ìna /ˈɪna/ n. impulse
ìpastì /ˈɪpastɪ/ v. crash
istamju /ˈistamʤu/ v. cost
ìtvugi /ˈɪtvugi/ n. training
jakhùn /ˈʤakhʊn/ n. glove
jefip /ˈʤefip/ adj. risky
jì /ʤɪ/ n. house
jind /ʤiⁿd/ n. dragon
joktsù /ˈʤokʦʊ/ n. profit
jù /ʤʊ/ adv. where
jùnd /ʤʊⁿd/ v. bite
kakp /kak͡p/ n. law
kand /kaⁿd/ n. claw
kav chune /kav ˈʧune/ n. lipstick
kemapapùp /keˌmapaˈpʊp/ adj. broken
kì /kɪ/ n. party
kìnd /kɪⁿd/ n. coin, currency
kits /kiʦ/ num. eleven
kob /kob/ v. write
koldùl /kolˈdʊl/ n. use
korhiji /ˈkorhiʤi/ n. reward, award, prize, medal, profit
kpan /k͡pan/ pron. her, it
kpeg /k͡peg/ n. scale (instrument for weighing)
kpìm /k͡pɪm/ conj. until
kpìv /k͡pɪv/ n. male
kporchi /ˈk͡porʧi/ n. wool, thread, strand
kput /k͡put/ n. joint
kug /kug/ adj. pretty
kulgì /ˈkulgɪ/ n. water, rain
kùs /kʊs/ v. miss (long for)
land /laⁿd/ adv. ever
le /le/ pron. them
lìt /lɪt/ n. menu
lon /lon/ interj. hello
lùgkub /ˈlʊgkub/ n. bean
lut /lut/ det. some
makfaj /makˈfaʤ/ v. create
maz /maz/ num. hundred
mbedat /ˈᵐbedat/ n. ray, radius
mbi /ᵐbi/ n. language
mbip /ᵐbip/ adj. dry
mbits /ᵐbiʦ/ v. kick
mbonhi /ˈᵐbonhi/ n. knife, blade
mbun /ᵐbun/ n. pepper
mebì /meˈbɪ/ n. hope
met /met/ n. volume
mijrajop /ˈmiʤraʤop/ n. artist
mits /miʦ/ pron. someone, somebody
mom /mom/ prep. around
mosap /ˈmosap/ n. trader
mùgja /ˈmʊgʤa/ n. administration
mupfìp /mupˈfɪp/ n. buttocks
muz /muz/ adv. well
ndallù /ˈⁿdallʊ/ num. fifteen
nde /ⁿde/ adj. sure
ndend /ⁿdeⁿd/ v. turn on
ndij /ⁿdiʤ/ v. report, disclose
ndinhumb /ⁿdinˈhuᵐb/ n. armoury
nditsamb /ˈⁿdiʦaᵐb/ n. cafe
ndogbev /ⁿdogˈbev/ n. reason, logic
ndos /ⁿdos/ adj. mean, rude
ndùhop /ˈⁿdʊhop/ v. suck, inhale
ngab /ᵑgab/ n. recipe
ngap /ᵑgap/ n. worker, employee
ngemb /ᵑgeᵐb/ n. belt, strap
ngev /ᵑgev/ adj. national
ngizla /ˈᵑgizla/ n. dress, costume
ngots /ᵑgoʦ/ v. catch, capture, seize
ngu /ᵑgu/ adv. behind, back
ngum /ᵑgum/ n. dirt, mud
ngùt /ᵑgʊt/ det. more
odjì /ˈodʤɪ/ v. seek
okap /ˈokap/ v. whistle
olund /ˈoluⁿd/ v. offer
onchal /ˈonʧal/ v. abuse, torture, violate
oszorav /osˈzorav/ n. tension
oz /oz/ n. company
pabetsav /ˈpabeʦav/ n. silence
pang /paᵑg/ n. mill
paz /paz/ n. axe
pe /pe/ v. like
pekpìp /ˈpek͡pɪp/ v. respect
per /per/ v. hold, grip
pifand /piˈfaⁿd/ n. edge
pilbob /ˈpilbob/ det. few
pip /pip/ adj. confident, certain
pochnav /ˈpoʧnav/ n. sense
pombì /ˈpombɪ/ v. start, begin
pot /pot/ adj. furious
pùdjosap /ˈpʊdʤosap/ n. dancer
pukp /puk͡p/ n. chin, jaw
pup /pup/ pron. she, it
put /put/ v. fire (from job)
rabla /ˈrabla/ adj. frequent
randìi /raˈⁿdɪi/ n. flight
remìf /ˈremɪf/ n. answer
rìg /rɪg/ adj. great
ro /ro/ n. class
rong /roᵑg/ n. level
rùn /rʊn/ n. wine
ruts /ruʦ/ adj. violent
tabloz /ˈtabloz/ n. stock, arsenal
tal /tal/ n. adult
tats /taʦ/ pron. none
teg /teg/ n. torch, candle
ti /ti/ det. your (pl)
tifì /ˈtifɪ/ n. matter
tìkp /tɪk͡p/ adj. close, dense
tip /tip/ n. plan, strategy
tìru hav /ˈtɪru hav/ n. midnight
to zùpip /to ˈzʊpip/ n. homosexual
top /top/ n. chain, bracelet
tsalnìpe /ˈʦalnɪpe/ n. public
tsemb /ʦeᵐb/ n. chemist
tsib /ʦib/ n. thing, object
tsìp /ʦɪp/ n. will
tsopatsù /ʦoˈpatsʊ/ v. play (have fun), compete
tsung /ʦuᵑg/ n. magic
tuf /tuf/ n. credit (of money)
tùmjai /tʊmˈʤai/ n. reference
turu /ˈturu/ n. mask
ù /ʊ/ v. be (age)
ug /ug/ n. arm, hand, palm (of hand)
ùjund /ˈʊʤuⁿd/ v. rate
um /um/ n. query
un /un/ v. prepare, assemble, train, brace
uni /uˈni/ n. preparation
ùrìndav /ˈʊrɪⁿdav/ n. sadness
utfilav /ˈutfilav/ n. happiness
uvìgve /ˈuvɪgve/ v. should
vaktsa /vakˈʦa/ v. travel
vedz /veʣ/ pron. to us (including you)
vìj /vɪʤ/ v. drain
vìmo /ˈvɪmo/ n. play (stage play)
vìts /vɪʦ/ n. ship
vogb /vog͡b/ adj. smooth, sleek
vuj /vuʤ/ n. economy
za /za/ conj. when
zam /zam/ n. father
zasgìj /ˈzasgɪʤ/ v. copy, imitate, replicate
zegb /zeg͡b/ n. subject
zez /zez/ pron. mine
zikp /zik͡p/ v. sew
zis /zis/ v. describe
zoal /ˈzoal/ n. lunch
zosvats /zosˈvaʦ/ n. helmet
zùldu /ˈzʊldu/ n. metal
zùp vi /zʊp vi/ v. have sex