Elicá

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Elicá (Εληκά) or Elicí glôssa (Εληκή γλώσσα /ɛliˈt͡ɕɪ ˈgʀoəsə/) is a Hellenic language (a descendent of quasi-Koiné Greek) inspired mainly by Portuguese and secondarily by Czech and Russian. It is the most populous Hellenic language in the Unbegotten timeline.

Initial r, rr, r in front of i/j > Czech ř

Numbers:

  1. m: εις his /ɪʃ/ f: μνια mnhia /mɲiɐ/ n: εμ hem /ɛũ/
  2. διου diu /dʐu/
  3. τρεις třis /tr̝iʃ/
  4. τέσσερα téssera /ˈtesɨrə/
  5. πέντε pente /pɪ̃tʂɨ/
  6. έιξε heixe /ˈeiʃɨ/
  7. εύτα heuta /ˈɛutə/
  8. οϊτώ oitô /oiˈtoə/
  9. ενία enhia /ɪ̃ˈɲiə/
  10. δέκα deca /ˈdekə/

Phonology

Morphology

Nouns

Elicá kept only two cases, nominative and genitive/accusative; it merged the genitive and the accusative but kept some of the old accusative forms (compared to Ašča, which kept the nominative, genitive and vocative). However, Elicá preserves the neuter gender unlike Ašča. Possession is indicated with για ja (from AGr δια), and definite accusative objects are marked with σ- or στ- before the definite article.

The declension classes are:

  • o ánßropos /u 'ɔũsropuʃ/
  • o ándras = /u 'ɔũdrɐʃ/, Αγαπάω στο άνδρα. Agapáo sto ándra. /əgɐ'pau stu ɔũdrɐ/ 'I love the man'
  • to dôro /tu 'doəru/
  • to pezí /tu pe'ʒi/
  • i głốssa
  • i pßisí
  • o strachốtis
  • to ásty


  • nom. sg. o ánßropos /ɔũsropuʃ/, gen./acc. sg. ja to anßrópu /ɔũ'sropu/, nom. pl. i anßrópi /'ɔũsropi/, gen./acc. pl. ja tum anßrópõu /ɔũ'sropoũ/
  • o ándras, ja to ándra, i ándres, ja tum ándrum
  • nom. sg. to dôro /'doəru/, gen./acc. sg. ja to dôru /'doəru/, nom. pl. ta dôra /'doərə/, gen./acc.pl. ja tum dôrõu /'doəroũ/
  • e głôssa /gʀoəsə/, ja tem głôssa /gʀoəsə/, es głôsses /gʀoəsɪʃ/, ja tum głôssam /'gʀoəsɐũ/
  • e pßisê /psi'ʃeə/, ja tem pßisê /psi'ʃeə/, es pßises /psi'ʃɪʃ/, ja tum pßisím /psi'ʃĩ/

Verbs

Consonant verbs

γράφειμ gráfim 'to write'
voice tense si outós/outê mís ís outí/outés
active present γράφω gráfo /'grafu/ γράφεις gráfis /'grafɪʃ/ γράφει gráfi /'grafɪ/ γράφουμε gráfume /'grafʊmɪ/ γράφειτεμ gráfitem /'grafɪtʂɪ̃/ γράφουσ gráfuß /'grafʊs/
subjunctive γράψω grápßo /'grapsu/ γράψεις grápßis /'grapsɪʃ/ γράψει grápßi /'grapsɪ/ γράψουμε grápßume /'grapsʊmɪ/ γράψειτεμ grápßitem /'grapsɪtʂɪ̃/ γράψουσ grápßuß /'grapsʊs/
past έγραψα égrapßa /'ɛgrapsu/ έγραψας égrapßas /'ɛgrapsɐʃ/ έγραψε égrapße /'ɛgrapsɪ/ γράψαμε grápßame /'grapsɐmɪ/ γράψατεμ grápßatem /'grapsɪtʂɪ̃/ έγραψασ égrapßaß /'ɛgrɐpsɐs/

a-contracted verbs

αγαπάμ agapám 'to love'
voice tense si outós/outê mís ís outí/outés
active present αγαπάω agapáo /əgɐ'pau/ αγαπάεις agapáis /əgɐ'paɪʃ/ αγαπάει agapái /əgɐ'paɪ/ αγαπάμε agapáme /əgɐ'pamɪ/ αγαπάτεμ agapátem /əgɐ'patʂɪ̃/ αγαπάσ agapáß /əgɐ'pas/
subjunctive αγαπήσω agapêso /əgɐ'piəsu/ αγαπήσεις agapêsis /əgɐ'piəsɪʃ/ αγαπήσει agapêsi /əgɐ'piəsɪ/ αγαπήσουμε agapêsume /əgɐ'piəsʊmɪ/ αγαπήσετεμ agapêsetem /əgɐ'piəsɪtʂɪ̃/ αγαπήσουσ agapêsuß /əgɐ'piəsʊs/
past αγαπήκα agapêca /əgɐ'piəkə/ αγαπήκας agapêcas /əgɐ'piəkəʃ/ αγαπήκε agapêce /əgɐ'piətʃɪ/ αγαπήκαμε agapêcame /əgɐ'piəkəmɪ/ αγαπήκατεμ agapêcatem /əgɐ'piəkətʂɪ̃/ αγαπήκασ agapêcaß /əgɐ'piəkɐs/