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|Native to||Barbüze Region, Moshurian Empire|
|Native speakers||5 million (400 UH)|
|Regulated by||Bërbëzgdal Azgufsage|
Barbuz(bërbëzg, Barbuz: [bæʁbæzg]) is a Barbuzic language spoken in central Talkoch. It is one of the most spoken non-Moshurian languages in the Moshurian Empire, being spoken by about 5 million people natively, and one of the only agglutinative Yeldhic languages, aside from other languages in the Barbuzic language family.
Their exonym, "Barbuz", comes from Middle Moshurian Barbüze(Moshurian: [bɑɽˈbyːzə]), which was a Moshurianised form of their endonym bërbëzg. Their exonym in Moshurian may have been based on their exonym in Ilda, which was barbusās, or its Maranz equivalent, balbošas.
The basic word order in Barbuz is SOV, although some academics, and also in literature to create a feeling of sophistication, the word order of OSV(which is the basic word order in Moshurian) is used instead.
- minkede zëmanti mnezgalak.
- cow-NOM grass-ACC PRES.eat.
|Dative||-om||dzamalom||dolom||to the village/tree|
|Locative||-jal||dzamaljal||doljal||in/on/at the village/tree|