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|Created by||Mark Rosenfelder|
|Native to||Barakhún, Mútkün, Hroth|
Philogically, Barakhinei is in the same language family as Verdurian, Ismaîn and Sarroc. Verdurians apparently consider the language "harsh and primitive", to which, likewise, the Barakhinei consider Verdurians to be "spineless degenerates".
Barakhinei uses its own alphabet, that is derived from the Cad'inor alphabet. The modern orthography is adapted from the mountain alphabet that was used during the Dark Ages, when paper and ink fell out of fashion and instead writing was restricted to carving on stone and wood.
In Barakhinei, stress usually falls on the last closed syllable, e.g. ovori, kalen, chamor, anu. Words that dont fit this rule are labeled in the lexicon.
- Epenthetic vowels are not stressed(e.g. chitor, erêsûl)
- Roots ending in -l, -kh, or -th are usually not stressed(êshtôl, dorôth, ezarkh)
- The derivational suffixes -nor, -il, -el, diminutive -ek, and the -dêsht in powers of ten are never stressed(ekunor, iladil, êndel, hedêsht, kêntek)