High Dutch

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The New Dutch
Hig Nederlandets
Pronunciation [həʝ nedəɐ̯ˌlandets]
Created by User:LeLangueVrance
Setting -
Date 2018
Region Northwest Europe
Language family
Writing system Latin
ISO 639-3 None

General Informations

The New Dutch is conlang that based on Dutch, Standard German and Low German

Phonology

Consonants

Labial Dental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Uvular Glottal
Nasal m n ŋ
Plosive p1  b2 t1  d2 k1    
Affricate pf ts  dz3   3
Fricative f  v3 θ  ð6 s  z3 ʃ  ʒ3 ç  ʝ3 x  ɣ3     ʁ4     ɦ5
Lateral     l     ʎ
Approximant     (ʋ)     j     w

Notes:
1 at the end of the word (when vowels precede it). It will be no audible release.
    If it start the word, it will be aspirated. Except if there is Fricative consonant precede it.
2 at the end of the word (when consonant precede it). It will be devoiced and apply rule above.
3 at the end of the word It will be devoiced.
4 May be pronounced as [ɐ̯] at the end of the word
5 at the end of the word, it will made the precede phoneme Breathy voiced
6 at the end of the word it will be Laryngealized (or known as Wikipedia:Stød)

Vowels

Short Vowels

Front Central Back
High ɪ  ʏ     ʊ
Close-mid e  ø     o
Mid ə
Open-mid     œː
Open     

Long Vowels

Front Central Back
High ɪː       
Close-mid   øː     
Mid
Open-mid ɛ  œ     ɔ
Open a     (ɐ)     ɑ    

Diphthongs

Orth. IPA
ai eɪ̯
ig əʝ
ij ɛɪ̯
ire ɪːɐ
ei aɪ̯
eu ɔʏ̯
eə̯
oi ɔɐ̯
ɔɪ̯
ui œʏ̯

Orthography

Phonotactics

Morphophonology

Morphology

Syntax

Constituent order

Noun phrase

Verb phrase

Sentence phrase

Dependent clauses

Example texts