Oaeri - Onisraeri Clan

Spoken by the Onisraeri. The language evolved over time, with old words and phrases mixing with the new as the language evolved. It's not typical for a word or phrase to be dropped when the language changes, making an odd mix of phrases and dialects that ended up being unique to Oaeri.
  In the beginning of the clan's creation, there were four distinct packs: Onishiki, Arros, Aoni, and Awiooni.
  This section contains the completed vocabulary of what the packs would consider "Basic", the language that was believed to be spoken by all Onisraeri at the beginning before the packs began to drift apart.

Syntax

The core of their linguistics have to do with Concept, same as the other clans. Combination of words and sentence construction has to do with the following: Subject/Description/Modifier   Spaces for breath usually come between each of the above, with the concept of each formed into a single word. Formation of these words usually starts with the first or second spot where they overlap letters. Before the War State, if there is no overlap they simply jammed the two words together, and after the War State they adapted a few of the linguistic traits of those around them; Overlap stays, but if no overlap is found you narrow it down to the first three letters of each word. If there’s a repeated word to combine, they go next to each other with the first two letters of each to denote the repeat.

Sentence Structure

Combination of words and sentence construction has to do with the following: Subject/Description/Modifier   Spaces for breath usually come between each of the above, with the concept of each formed into a single word. Formation of these words usually starts with the first or second spot where they overlap letters. Before the War State, if there is no overlap they simply jammed the two words together, and after the War State they adapted a few of the linguistic traits of those around them; Overlap stays, but if no overlap is found you narrow it down to the first three letters of each word. If there’s a repeated word to combine, they go next to each other with the first two letters of each to denote the repeat. This creates the sentence into single words, divided by concept for longer sentences.   Ex. Death (Abeo) Hunt (Enari) Mountain (Onera)   Subject (Death/Abeo) Description (Hunt/Enari) Modifier (Mountain/Onera)   Abeo and Enari overlap at A and E, E being the better so it’s Abenari, which overlaps Onera at A and E and N and A and R and so without losing menaing it would be Abenara which is the phrase “Death hunts the mountains” which is basicaly a curse or a swear word. It’s a bad sign.   Likewise: [You made a deal to get away from them, didn’t you?] Subject: Paus Description: Sarelo Modifier: Aiens SaNon-Apari Question: Pas?   So “You made a deal to get away from them, didn’t you?” Turns into “Aiens SaNon-Apari Pausarelo Pas?” Which Transliterated is “Keepers Deal-You yes?”

Dictionary

119 Words.

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