Joeriaki languages

From Linguifex
Jump to navigation Jump to search
Joeri giell
Pronunciation[juːɾi ɣiɭ]
Created byJoeri Groen
Native toThe Netherlands, Germany, Sweden, Greece, Sapmi, Finland, San Marino, Niue
Native speakers0 (2015)
  • Joeriaki
Language codes
Europe blank laea location map.svg
This article contains IPA phonetic symbols. Without proper rendering support, you may see question marks, boxes, or other symbols instead of Unicode characters. For an introductory guide on IPA symbols, see Help:IPA.


early Joeriaki

Early Joeriaki was made in The Early 2012 till end of 2014. Its has around 600 words and full grammar. It was made because the owner has a lack of friends and wants a way to make new friends. Many Eurovision Fans love the language quotes on Eurovision Fan Forums it was even proposed to be a new language for singing , joiking and rapping. There was even an Micronation wich has this language as official status. The language was inspired mostly by Northern Sami and Estonian. The goal was to mix: Germanic languages with Hebrew , French and Finno-Samic Languages. To make a ultimate language for rapping , joiking , singing and DJing.

middle Joeriaki

Middle Joeriaki was a big faillure , there where at least 30 variants of it. And most of them don't have more than 50 words. No grammar, each time Joeri tries it went wrong.

modern Joeriaki

Modern Joeriaki is starting to rise of the ashes. Thanks to rhything from some random parts of words. We had more than 1500 proposal words. Now Joeri wants to have the language back on course. So people gonna learn , he's gonna rap and joik in that language.


Modern Joeriak got 40 letters in there official alphabet. Thats is much less than the older version wich has 50 to 80 letters in there official alphabet. The ´ is for Aa , Ee , Oo and Uu used however The ` for Aa , Ee , Oo , Uu was formal used. Ïï is used as diacreases in ïu (speach as: ie-uu) and the Čč is only used in hčč becaused htjtj doesn't look right in most of the word using them. Hower Śś and Ŕŕ are used as combination śŕ because šř doesn't look cool also. ëë , iy and jl are unique features wich didn't exist in any other language. The Ⱥⱥ was intented to use for tⱥlⱥsa (fiberglass) but was refused. sgg , ea , ii , ll , jj , sj , sjtj , zv , lj , tj , ch , çv , tq , str , stj , tr , br , bl , dr , dl , dj , ddj , dz , kr , kl , sz , zz , tv , zj , gj , ng , kj , pr , pl , spr , sv , kv , ph are recognized and uses also in this language.

Aa Ää Åå Ãã Bb Cc Çç Dd Ðð
ɑ/a eː/ɛ ɔ/oː ʌu b k d ð
Ee Ëë Ff Gg Hh Ƕƕ Ii Jj Kk
eː/ɛ ə f ɡ/ɣ ɦ hw ɪ/iː j k
Ll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Öö Õõ Pp Qq
l/ɭ/ɬ m n ɲ ɔ/oː œ/øː u p q
Rr Řř Ss Šš Tt Þþ Uu Vv Ww
ɾ/r r s t θ ʏ v ʋ
Xx Yy Ÿÿ Zz
ks ɪ/iː ɛi z
Aa Ää Åå Ãã Bb Cc Çç Dd Ðð
Аа Ææ Ҩҩ Ֆֆ Бб Cc Çç Σζ Ðð
ɑ/a eː/ɛ ɔ/oː ʌu b k d ð
Ee Ëë Ff Gg Hh Ƕƕ Ii Jj Kk
Εε Әә Φφ Гг Хх Ʒʒ Ηη Лл Κκ
eː/ɛ ə f ɡ/ɣ ɦ hw ɪ/iː j k
Ll Mm Nn Ññ Oo Öö Õõ Pp Qq
Λλ Μμ Vv Խխ Оо Ωɔ Ƣƣ Пп Уу
l/ɭ/ɬ m n ɲ ɔ/oː œ/øː u p q
Rr Řř Ss Šš Tt Þþ Uu Vv Ww
Ρρ Дд ßʃ Ϩs Тт Þþ Ʊʊ Вв Ϻϻ
ɾ/r r s t θ ʏ v ʋ
Xx Yy Ÿÿ Zz TJtj Acute accent such as áéóú
Ϯϯ Ιι Ϣϣ Ϟϟ Чч : (after the previous letter.
ks ɪ/iː ɛi z



Rhything is the main feature of getting new words. 1500 new word idea's. Does not say that there are indeed words. Have made. Now the production of making a language is much faster.

Names of companies and organization

Names of companies is also a small feature , such as the hotel comparison site: Trivago , means in Joeriaki: holidays. Also xlnation , baidu , samsung gets new words inside it. Words from furniture of IKEA are also added. And there where even plans to use names of famous artists and change them into new words.

Names from Cities , Villages , Islands and Regions

This comes soon to be true.

Northern/Southern Sámi

Words from Sámi are really appriciated by Joeri and found them really nice , romantic and fluent. So many words are imported such as: vařalaš , áhpi and túndrat. Meaning: dangerous , ocean and tundra. Also the features ř and š are inspired by Sámi Languages. Sound like a long rolled-r and a very long-s like in the german: ß. The ij was imported from South Sami. New words comes also from musicians such as: Áilu Valle , Ágy , Max Machké , Máddji , Sofia Jannok , Maiken Kemi and Jon Henrik Fjällgren.

Finnish and Estonian

Many words cames due friendship with many Finnish guys from Estonian and Finnish. The ä and ö cames from Finnish and the õ from Estonian.


The å or the oa in Joeriak was imported from Swedish. And the grammar ending on -eþ if it is a thing instead of thing cames from the Swedish -ett grammar rule. Julia Kledhammar has influence to.

Dutch , Afrikaans & German

Because the language creator is of nationality Dutch. Many words are also imported from Dutch such as: ÿs and lÿn. The ÿ was imported from the Dutch IJ-diagraph. However the IJ and IY where already in use. So they use the ÿ for that. Also from Afrikaans some of the words are introduced thanks to the songs from: Jack Parow , Die Antwoord , Van Coke Cartel.

Sranang Tongo

Some words are introduced from Srarang Tongo such as: doekoe , åsso , fitty , gañaa. Meaning: money , home , fight and weed.


The -iiq end was inspired by Greenlandic.


Many words where inspired of Stromae his music.

Indonesian and Malaysian

Kota is from Indonesian with original meaning is Island but in Joeriaki it means city and Johor have possible roots from Indonesian Languages.

Spanish , Italian & Portuguese

Spanish and portuguese words are inspired by Enrique Iglesias , Michel Teló , Gusstavo Lima and Alvaro Soler. From Italian the Eurovision musician: Il Volo and The Peppermints have influence on words. Because the language inventor is a friend of a member of The Peppermints. Many words are inspired by Italian.


Many many words are imported and rhythmed by the rap group: Hadag Nahash , The Teapacks has some influence to.


Some Slavic inspired words cames from: Vitas , Who See , Rambo Amadeus , Sergej Cetcovic and O-Zone.

From Songs by language

These languages would have one or have already one on my list of songs for hearing it and make new words of them.

  • Afrikaans
  • Albanian
  • Arabic
  • Armenian
  • Cantonian
  • Chinese
  • Czech
  • Danish
  • Dutch
  • English
  • Estonian
  • French
  • Gaelic
  • German
  • German
  • Greek
  • Greenlandic
  • Hebrew
  • Hindi
  • Hungarian
  • Icelandic
  • Indonesian
  • Irish
  • Italian
  • Japanese
  • Karelian
  • Kazakh
  • Klingon
  • Korean
  • Maladivian
  • Malay
  • Montenegrin
  • Northern Sami
  • Norwegian
  • Polish
  • Portuguese
  • Romanian
  • Russian
  • Spanish
  • Sranang Tongo
  • Swedish
  • Thai
  • Turkish
  • Udmurt
  • Ukrainian
  • Welsh

Sample of phrases

Hi! - Idé! / hej! [iːdeː] [ɦeːj]

Hello - Idétaa / hej hej.[iːdeːtaː] [ɦeːj ɦeːj]

Bye - tõwa [tuʋaː]

Bye bye - towään [toːʋeːn]

Happy Christmas - Glëët Indataa [ɣlyt / ɡlyt ɪndaːtaː]

Sneeze - ãtjii [ʌutʃiː]

Health (after sneezing) - gizun [ɡizun]



The Netherlands - Frisia - Dordrecht - Rotterdam - Den Haag - Drenthe - Belguim (Flanders/Wallonia) - France - Switserland - Luxemburg - Germany - Austria - Slovenia - Slovakia - Czech Republic - Ukraine - Montenegro - Albania - Croatia - Italy - San Marino - Spain - Portugal - Sweden - Norway - Finland - Denmark - Estonia - Latvia - Karelia - Lithuania - Poland - Romania - Greece - Rhodos - Turkey - Armenia - Iceland - Faroer - Svalbard - Åland - Greenland - Belarus - Serbia -


Kazakhstan - Mongolia - Rusia - China - Tibet - South Korea - Japan - Vietnam - Phillipines - Thailand - Malaysia - Hong Kong - Israel - Saudi-Arabia - UAE - India - Bhutan - Pakistan - Indonesia -


Australia - New Zealand - Fiji - Niue - New Caledonia - Samoa - Pitcairn - French Polynesia - Hawaii - Papuea-New-Guinea -


Morocco - Algeria - Egypt - Ethiopia - Ghana - Nigeria - Benin - Congo - Kenya - South Africa - Swaziland - Zimbabwe - Namibia -


USA - Miami - Texas - Florida - Atlanta (Georgia)- New York - California - Canada - Alaska - Mexico - Belize - Costa Rica - Panama - Colombia - Ecaudor - Peru - Chile - Argentinia - Uruguay - Trinidad & Tobago - Brazil - Suriname - Bahamas - Cuba - Curaçao -


Gypsy - Sámi - Inuit - Jew -