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Artkameza Common

Alphabet

  • A - A as in father
  • Á/á - back of throat (A) sound, nasally, like an Ahng
  • Ạ/ạ - low, dropping pitch (AH-a)
  • B - B as in boy
  • C - ts (like bits)
  • Ć/ć - Ch as in chair
  • Ch - Ch as in loch
  • D- D as in dog
  • E - E as in bed
  • Ẹ/ẹ - low, dropping pitch, kinda sounds like “AH-ar”
  • F - F as in first
  • G - G as in gas
  • H - H as in hello
  • I - ee as in bee
  • Ị/ị - low, dropping pitch (EE-ee)
  • J - J as in job
  • Ʝ/ʝ - J as in fjord
  • K - K as in kiss
  • M - M as in money
  • N - N as in nice
  • Ň/ň - back of throat “Nn” and nasally (n in canyon)
  • O - O as in oval
  • Ỏ/ỏ - mid-low rising (o-OH)
  • P - P as in Person
  • R - rolled R, as in perro
  • S - S as in silver
  • T - T as in toe
  • U - U as the oo in pool
  • Ụ/ụ - low dropping (OO-oo)
  • Ů/ů - the “oa” in oar
  • V - the v in van
  • W - the w in water
  • Ý/ý - ye as in. Yay but more closed
  • Z - zhh, or like, jjjhhh, a sharp jj, like Admiral Zhao

Vocabulary

RULES + SOME HELPING WORDS: No noun genders Yk (yek)- diminutive suffix. Put at the end of a word to make it sound more cute, smaller, or younger etc (you know how diminutives work). Za (ja) - To Vua (vwa) - Of Ćas (chas)- The Ẹň (ehrn) - Plural suffix Uc (uts) - And Esvi (esvee) -   Qualifiers / Intensifiers Zemi (zh/jemi) - Very Pýňa (pyenya) - Somewhat/kinda Waćictý (wa chits tye) - Probably   Pronouns Mać (mach)- I/me Ʝavý (yavye)- You, informal, for friends/equals Feňung (fenyung) - You, informal, for inferiors Tro Ạn (tro-AH-an)- You, formal, for equals Ta’oi Nach (ta oy nak) - You, formal, for superiors Ỏnʝu (onyoo) - She/her Jịan zuć (jee an zooch) - He/him Etý (eh t ye) - Neuter pronoun Sýʝo (sye yo) - They/them     Animals Ʝaers (ya-ers) - Deer Ćůiʝo (choai-yo)- Dog   Weather D’eňa (de’enya) - Rain Shína (shEE-eena) - Snow Ůmůch (oa-moak) - Storm   Possessives Maćů (mah chour)- Mine Ʝavů (yavour)- Your/s informal for friends/equals Feňů (fenyour) - Your/s, informal, for inferiors Tro Ạňů (tro anyour) - Your/s, formal, for equals Ta’oi Nachů (ta oy nakour) - Your/s, formal, for superiors Ỏnʝů (OH-onyour) - Her/s Jịan zućů (jEE-ee an zoochour) - His Etʝů (eh t your) - Neuter pronoun possessive Sýʝů (sye your) - Their/s   Verbs Buůk (boo oark) - To be Acẹů (atsAR-eroa) - To drink Ćịj (chEE-ee-j)- To learn Riývů (ree-yev-oa)- To love Ňỏá (nyOH-o-ahng)- To hate Ćmomý (ch-mohm-ye)- To eat Áhů (AH-ah-hoa)- To do   Spatial Words Ců (tsour) - In Pỏc (po-OHts) - By Áć áʝ (ahngch ahngyuh) - Above   Adjectives Coćaj (tsochaj) - Tall/big Coćajesvi- Tallest Kůrňáng (kournyahng)- Short/small Kůrňángesvi- Smallest   Emotions/Feeling words Trůnig (troa-neeg)- Sad Diỏný (dee-o-OHnye)- Mad Vukshňic (vook-shnyeets)- Happy Mucvećić (moots-vecheech)- Tired Aufćen (owf-chen)- Excited Riývach (ree-ye-vak)- Love Riývaći (ree-ye-vachee)- Loving/affectionate Ňỏýň (nyo-Oh-yenyeh)- Hate Ňỏýud (nyOH-oh-yood)- Hateful Shrochaị (shroh-kai)- Scared/anxious Gaňị (ga-nyEE-ee)- Funny Zeỏch (jeh-o-OHk)- Busy   Colors Rỏdý (roOdye)- Red Turfec (toorfets) - Orange Zući (joochee)- Yellow Vůiʝod (v-oa-ee-yod)- Green Mácheć (mahng-kech)- Sea green Datrý (dah-tray)- Blue Nʝatrý (nya-tray)- Light blue Tỏatrý (to-OH-a-tray)- Purple Nʝaʝu (nya-yu)- White   Environment/Places Mách (mahng-kk (or like. mahnk))- Sea/ocean Vạʝỏ (vAH-a-yo-OH)- Forest Ʝukoc (yoo-kots)- Meadow/field/prairie Hoýber (ho-ye-ber)- Mountain Hoipec (hoy-pets)- Hill Ývrong (ye-vrong)- River Ʝioch (yee-ok)- Lake Ỏjẹc (o-OH-jAH-arts)- Desert Mýstadc (myeh-stadts)- City   People/Jobs/Relationships Aňoiri (ah-noy-ree)- Person Faụbać (fa-OO-oo-ba-ch)- Woman/female Áhbaz (ahng-bazh)- Man/male Ňar’uch (nyar-ook)- Nonbinary Ćịjaňoiri (chEE-eej-anyoy-ree)- Student Zňacisi (zh-nyats-eesee)- Teacher Ňạkrwuc (nyAH-ak-woots)- Monarch, leader, royalty Ʝaća (yah-cha)- Mother Bụća (bOO-oo-cha)- Father Daćach (dach-ak)- Parent Ňůʝaća (nyoa-yacha)- Grandmother Ňůbụća (nyoa-bOO-oo-cha)- Grandfather Ňůdaćach (nyoa-dach-ak)- Grandparent Zỏʝaća/bụća/daćach (zhO-oh ya-cha/bOO-oocha/da-chak)- Grandmother/father/parent Gůćýra (goar-cheeyer-ra)- Daughter Sýntrị (syen-trEE-ee)- Son Dỏchň (do-OHk-nyun)- Offspring Guaʝkỏị (gway-ko-Oy)- Child Geiý (gey-ye)- Sister Trý bá (tr’ye-bahng)- Brother Sovisc (so-vists)- Sibling Tetakać (tet-ak-ach)- Aunt (father’s side) Ʝomhi (yom-hi)- Aunt (mother’s side) Kỏvsky (ko-OHv-skye)- Uncle (father’s side) Ůcnhec (oakn-hek)- Uncle (mother’s side) Rký (rr-kye)- Girlfriend Yoký (ye-ok-ye)- Boyfriend Kátý (kahng-tye)- Romantic partner Rkoiýn (rr-koy-yen)- Wife Yokýmhi (ye-ok-yem-hi) Husband Kátýcu (kahng-tyets-oo)- Spouse Pʝẹr (pyAH-er)- Friend         Times and Dates Nʝů (nyoa)- Day Doz (doj) - Night   Months Dozýn (doj-yen) - January (night month) Hoýbýnc (hoyeb-yents) - February (Mountain’s month) Ývr’trůýng (yevr-troa-yeng) - March (melancholy river month) Vůiʝin (voa-yeen) - April (green month) Dỏchňýn (do-OHk-nynyen) - May (baby month) Datrudỏýn (datrudo-OH-yen) - June (Datrudỏd month (datrudỏd are distinctive blue fruits that only grow during June and July)) Máchýn (mA-ah-kyen) - July (Ocean’s month) Aňoʝůýn (anyo-yoa-yen) August (Aňoʝů’s month (Aňoʝů is the ancient hero and first king of Artkameza)) Ʝaersýn (ya-ers-yen) September (deer month, since this is when the Great White Deer Migration takes place) Rỏdýn (ro-Odyen) October (red month) Ůmůchýn (oa-moak-yen) November (month of storms) Shínaýn (shEE-eena-yen) December (month of snow)

Sentence Structure

Verb subject object Verb + Adjective + Adverb + Subject Verb + subject + helping verb + object

Adjective Order

Adjective before noun

Dictionary

4 Words.
Root Languages
Common Phrases
  • Kýzić (kyer-zheech)- Fuck, essentially
  • Toůich (toa-eekh)- Bitch, bastard, essentially an insult that translates directly to piss baby
  • Cho/ćo (ko/cho)- Filler word, um/uh/ah/hm
  • Taći (tah-cee-eh)- Shit
  • Ʝah (yahe)- A filler word, used after questions or orders (like Ćmomý ʝavý áhů ʝah?? (did you eat))

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