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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' ̄/ is a tonal Wiobic language. It is a parody of Danish.
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{{Infobox language
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|image =
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|imagesize =
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|creator = [[User:IlL|IlL]], [[User:Praimhín|Praimhín]]
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|name = {{PAGENAME}}
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|nativename = jarb-jarb Æ
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|pronunciation= /jaˁʱjaˁʱ ɛ/
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|setting = [[Verse:Tricin]]
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|region = Talma
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|familycolor=lakovic
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|fam1=[[Lakovic]]
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|script=Windermere script
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|iso3=
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|notice=IPA
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}}
  
Use 1957 Zhuang tone letters: ƨ з ч -  
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'''{{PAGENAME}}''' /ɛ/ ''eh'' (native: ''jarb-jarb Æ'' /jaˁʱjaˁʱ ɛ/ 'Æ words'; [[Windermere]]: ''cduay Ä'') is a minority [[Lakovic languages|Lakovic language]] spoken in Bjeheond. It's inspired by Danish.
*0 = modal, mid
 
*ƨ = stød
 
*з = breathy, high
 
*ч = checked
 
  
Vowels: a e i o u ø æ å æ̊ ů
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==Phonology==
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===Consonants===
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'''p t tj k f s h m n ng l zj r v j''' /p t c k f s x m n ŋ l ɹ ʀ v j/
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===Vowels===
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{| border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="bluetable lightbluebg" style="text-align:center;"
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|+ '''{{PAGENAME}} vowels'''
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|-
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! rowspan="3" |
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! colspan="4" |Front
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! rowspan="2" colspan="2" |Central
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! rowspan="2" colspan="2" |Back
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|-
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! colspan="2" style="" |<small>unrounded</small>
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! colspan="2" style="" |<small>rounded</small>
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|-
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!style=" "|<small>plain</small>
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!style=" "|<small>phar.</small>
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!style=" "|<small>plain</small>
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!style=" "|<small>phar.</small>
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!style=" "|<small>plain</small>
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!style=" "|<small>phar.</small>
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!style=" "|<small>plain</small>
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!style=" "|<small>phar.</small>
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|-
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! style="" |Close
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| '''i''' /i/
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| '''ir''' /iˤ/
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|
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|
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| '''u''' /ɨ/
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| '''ur''' /ɨˤ/
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| '''ů''' /u/
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| '''ůr''' /uˤ/
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|-
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! style="" |Close-mid
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| '''e''' /e/
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| '''er''' /eˤ/
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| '''ø''' /øˤ/
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|
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|
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| '''o''' /o/
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| '''or''' /oˤ/
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|-
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! style="" |Open
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| '''æ''' /ɛ/
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| '''ær''' /ɛˤ/
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| '''æ̊''' /œ/
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| '''æ̊r, ør''' /œˤ/
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| '''a''' /a/
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| '''ar''' /aˤ/
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| '''å''' /ɔ/
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| '''år''' /ɔˤ/
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|}
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===Tones===
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Æ has four register phonations or tones:
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{| border="1" cellpadding="1" cellspacing="1" class="bluetable lightbluebg" style="text-align:center;"
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|+ '''{{PAGENAME}} tones'''
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|-
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! Spelling
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! Tone
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! Example
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! IPA
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! Meaning
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|-
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| unmarked
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| modal
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| ''hæ̊''
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| /hœ/
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| echo
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|-
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| s
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| stød (weak glottalization)
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| ''hæ̊s''
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| /hœˀ/
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| steep
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|-
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| b
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| breathy
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| ''hæ̊b''
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| /hœʱ/
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| to stretch
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|-
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| g
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| checked (strong glottalization)
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| ''hæ̊g''
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| /hœʔ/
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| to make a mistake
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|}
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==Morphology==
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"erhua" (pharyngealization) is sometimes used to nominalize verbs (from PLak {{recon|s}}) or form passives/intransitive verbs (from PLak {{recon|{{angbr|r}}}}) from transitive ones.
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[[Category:Languages]]
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[[Category:Lakovic languages]]

Latest revision as of 00:38, 19 August 2020

Æ
jarb-jarb Æ
Pronunciation /jaˁʱjaˁʱ ɛ/
Created by IlL, Praimhín
Setting Verse:Tricin
Region Talma
Language family
Writing system Windermere script
ISO 639-3

Æ /ɛ/ eh (native: jarb-jarb Æ /jaˁʱjaˁʱ ɛ/ 'Æ words'; Windermere: cduay Ä) is a minority Lakovic language spoken in Bjeheond. It's inspired by Danish.

Phonology

Consonants

p t tj k f s h m n ng l zj r v j /p t c k f s x m n ŋ l ɹ ʀ v j/

Vowels

Æ vowels
Front Central Back
unrounded rounded
plain phar. plain phar. plain phar. plain phar.
Close i /i/ ir /iˤ/ u /ɨ/ ur /ɨˤ/ ů /u/ ůr /uˤ/
Close-mid e /e/ er /eˤ/ ø /øˤ/ o /o/ or /oˤ/
Open æ /ɛ/ ær /ɛˤ/ æ̊ /œ/ æ̊r, ør /œˤ/ a /a/ ar /aˤ/ å /ɔ/ år /ɔˤ/

Tones

Æ has four register phonations or tones:

Æ tones
Spelling Tone Example IPA Meaning
unmarked modal hæ̊ /hœ/ echo
s stød (weak glottalization) hæ̊s /hœˀ/ steep
b breathy hæ̊b /hœʱ/ to stretch
g checked (strong glottalization) hæ̊g /hœʔ/ to make a mistake

Morphology

"erhua" (pharyngealization) is sometimes used to nominalize verbs (from PLak *s) or form passives/intransitive verbs (from PLak *r) from transitive ones.