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Psygnos D.

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PostSubject: My constructed languages and alphabets   Thu Aug 19, 2010 6:10 pm

I'm not sure if this is the right section of the forum or not, but I don't care.

  • Balongi (pronounced "bal-lun-guy")

Haven't written much on this language that I feel like sharing yet. Has it's own alphabet, but haven't written them out yet.

  • Koopaak

Not much either. I'm still working on it's alphabet

  • Girataans

A few available phrases for now.

Quote :
Girtaans: "Ţyš·̇or d'jàa·̑gú ·̆gâw? Na'què-d'jàa·̑gú ·̆gâw ki'·̄ryà"

English: "Who are you? (And) are you lost?"

Written in Unown writing with special markings. A group of Pokémon races speak this language. Also notice that it's named after one of the legendaries "Giratana".

Contains a few click consonants. Four, being "·̆ ", "·̑ ", "·̄ ", and "·̇ ". First Lateral, second Alveolar, third Palatal, lastly forth Dental.

Another language, "Rayquazi" is similar in a way, yet much different.

The alphabet for special letters is yet to be finished to show a proper example.

  • Knutos

Not much phrases available other than names. The alphabet is known as "Qa'ngtu", and is written in vowels with consonants placed aside them in an order.

Bonaseqa, like Rayquazi to Girataans, is a similar (in a way) language to Knutos, though is much different.

Here's some names written in that language.

First is "Qa'ngtu", second is "Knutos", third is "Sānec Thes" (Sonic), forth is "Myiles Proshra" (Tails), and fifth is "Ēmy Roqesa" (Amy).

As for the Qa'ngtu alphabet alone; "ā" = "aa", "ä" = "ae", "ë" = stronger "a" (same as a "schwa"), "ï"= "ui", "ö" = "oe", "ü" = "ue", and "ø" = "ou".

  • th'N̩aKh̍at

Like all the other languages, I haven't really got to writing much phrases, but there are some names in th'N̩aKh̍at.

The individual alphabet is also named th'N̩aKh̍at. Here's a table of letters;

The capitals and lower cases are randomly arranged since the capital letters are pronounced louder than the lower cases. There are also softening and hardening of letters. The higher vertical lines (above letters) soften letters, and the lower vertical lines (below letter) hardens them.

Here's some names in th'N̩aKh̍at;

First "th'N̩aKh̍at", second "Th'Qa̩pa̍N" (Their home planet), third "Ta'P̩la̍Qlom", forth and last "Sha'Kz".

That's pretty much all for now. I may show you more some time or update them.

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PostSubject: Re: My constructed languages and alphabets   Sat Aug 21, 2010 3:22 am

Very interesting

I really like the letters of those languages


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PostSubject: Re: My constructed languages and alphabets   Sat Aug 21, 2010 9:18 pm

It seems I'm not the only one who likes creating new languages.

I'd love to do it more often if it wasn't that I'm too perfectionist when it comes to it. I always like to do all of these symbols and letters, and making up words and all that, only to find out I still have to think of grammar rules, their phonology, their synthax, and how it has evolved. I'm not saying that I don't enjoy that, though, but I don't tend to have a lot of time to work on them, and I keep forgetting on them.

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