United States of Bjeheond
Aewedanoan (Aewedanoa /aevedanoa/) is a Quame language inspired by Polynesian languages. It is a minority language of the United States of Bjeheond.
Boe'a taṭāhunē no aewedanoa ulasahea
- ena' = "ditch" < PQ *wjénəqʷs 'water'
- 'awōḍea = "stick" < PQ *kʷ'ondas, *kʷ'onday 'body'
- nāwhi = "world" < PQ *snākʷis 'homeland' (~ Naquian Nāquiz, Anbirese snae 'country')
- mearo = tree
- weli = name
- whe = def article (~ Tigol in)
- deheno = little
- wedanoa = language
- ae- = our?
Only glottal stops are allowed syllable- and word-finally.
- m n ṇ /m n ɳ/
- p t ṭ k ' /p t ʈ k ʔ/
- b d ḍ g /b d ɖ g/
- f s x wh h /f s x ʍ h/
- w z /v z/
- r l /r l/
a e i o u ā ē ī ō ū /a e i o u a: e: i: o: u:/
Stress is always penultimate.
Aewedanoan grammar is similar to Modern Windermere.
Plurals are formed by reduplication, as in Roshterian.
- nāwhi 'heavenly body' > nanāwhi 'heavenly bodies'
- whe Nāwhi = Tricin
Verbs do not inflect at all. Preverbal particles are used, as in Windermere.