Hurayca

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Hûrayca
ᏖમC
Huraycaa
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Created by Mevlüt Baki Tapan
Spoken natively in Mevlüt Baki Tapan, Yusuf Ekrem Tapan
Ethnicity Unknown
Native speakers 2  (2020)
Language family
Ural-Altay
  • Altay
    • Al Bakiyye
      • Hûrayca
Writing system Free (All Alphabet)
ISO 639-3

Contents

What ist the Hurayish (Hûrayja)?

Hûrayca (Hurayish) means that a language is freedom and transparent like a mount. And also it means; a language of freedom.

Hûr : Freedom in English.

Ay : Request, desire, wish suffix in Hûrayca (Hurayish)

Ca : “-sh, according to”. “ce, ca” are used for language’s names and ideas.

If you want to write and speak a language as freedom, unlimited and no rules as strong, you must learn the Hurayish language. Hûrayca (Hurayish) is a dialect of Al Bakiyye Conlang.

What does “Hûrayca” mean in English?

There are many forms in English: Hurayish, Hurayja, Huray Language, Hurayen etc.

Abbreviations

TR : Turkish

HÛ : Hûrayish

EN : English

DE : Deutsch

BK : Al Bakiyye

Key Features of the Hurayish Language

Which alphabet you want, you can write with it the Hurayish. But there is a standard alphabet for Hurayish that everyone can learn easily. This alphabet has 39 letters and the system is from Latin.

  • Every letter reads special like English letters.
  • It must be written from left to right with the Standard Hurayish Latin Alphabet.
  • All names must be written as an uppercase letter.
  • The sentence sequence is free.
  • There is a ToBe System like English.
  • There are some articles like English and German; “lâ, ya, ol, ey, el, -i / yi”
  • There is a special personal pronoun for the creator – God.
  • There are many negative, adjective and plural forms.
  • There are 5 tense and also many time and issue modes.
  • Prefix, middle-end suffix are very important.
  • There is a big dictionary and you can find all verb and root words in this dictionary. Everybody can create a new word with these words and Hurayish’s suffix.

Hurayish Grammar

There is no rule as alphabet for Hurayish. Which alphabet and writing system you want, you can use and write Hurayish with that. You can write the Hurayish with Arab, Gokturk, Russia, China, Al Bakiye ... alphabets. The creator and developer created a standard alphabet with Latin letters that everybody can learn the Hurayish free and easily. If the writer wants, he/she can use emotion, icon, logo, symbol etc.

Standard Hurayish Alphabet

Main Letters: A B C D E F G H X I J K L M N O P R S T U V W Y Z

Special Letters: Â Ê Ç Ğ Ɠ İ Î Ñ Ö Ř Ş Ü Û

No UPPERCASE Lower case Read No UPPERCASE Lower case Read
1 A a A 22 M m Em
2 Â â ea 23 N n En
3 B b Be 24 Ñ ñ
4 C c Ce 25 O o Ol
5 Ç ç Che 26 Ö ö Öl
6 D d De 27 P p Pi
7 E e E 28 R r Er
8 Ê ê Ê 29 Ř ř Riy
9 F f Ef 30 S s Es
10 G g Ge 31 Ş ş Shay
11 Ğ ğ Ğe 32 T t Te
12 Ģ ģ Ģa 33 U u U
13 H h Hey 34 Ü ü Ü
14 X x Hay 35 Û û Û
15 I ı I 36 V v Ve
16 İ i İ 37 W w Wah
17 Î î İy 38 Y y Ya
18 J j Jey 39 Z z Zed
19 K k Key 40
20 Q q Qul
21 L l El

Names

All pronouns must be written with an article and the first letter must be uppercase. There are 2 type pronouns; Special pronouns and generic pronouns. All generic pronouns can be used as verbs too.

Masculinity – Femininity in Hurayish

We can indicate in 3 ways, whether the name is masculine or feminine;

  1. with adjectives,
  2. with special names,
  3. with the suffix: “e, çe, che”.

Example: (Manager) Zaysan (m), Zaysane (f).

In pronouns sentences the ToBe are; “ist” and “dır”.

Plural Names

There are 5 forms for plural.

  1. –ler, -lar : Adamlar (The men, Humans)
  2. – at : Algazgırat (The animals)
  3. - gêân : Ademîgêân (The people, humans) It is used generally for nations.
    1. Türkgêân (The Turks)
    2. Cermengêân (The Germans)
  4. –eyn : Çarağayn (shoes) It is used generally for double plurals and pair.
  5. –en, -in : Barqen (Houses)

Names Cases

Nominativ - Ya Barq House
Accusative (i) iy, siy, riy Barqiy House
Dative (to) a - e Ya Barqa To House
Dative (in) fi Ya Barqfi In House
Dative (from) fin / fik Ya Barqfin From House
Genitive(of) ın - in Ya Barqın Of House
Genitive of řiy Ya Řiybarq House’s
(by, with) len - lan Ya Barqlan By House, with House
Feminine e, -çe Mutetmene. Ulça Female teacher
Plural ler, -lar, -en, Mutetmenler, Mutetmenen Teachers
Plural gêân Mutetmengêân Teachers
Plural at Algazgırat Animals
Plural Pair eyn Çarağayn Shoes
Root î Mutetmenî, Çomraî, Türkî, Tüğükî Teacher, wood, Turkish, Historical
Conjunction adjective up Barqup, kutup, Bilkuup, Başarup Married, Happy, Knowledgeable, Successful
Belonging ânê Mutetmenânê, Okulânê, Minânê, Bargânê, Uçmağânê Owned by the teacher, belonged to the school, owned by me (mine), home's, heaven's
Belonging to a place yal Cermenyal, Londurayal, German, from London
Place-Ownership iyye Mutetmeniyye, Türkiyye, Cermeniyye Teacher's place, Turkish place, German place
Ownership of the Living Place astan Mutetmenastan, Tatarastan, Türkastan The place where the teacher lives. The place where Tatars live, where the Turks live.
Place Ownership ya Mutetmenya, Umsurya, Cermenya Teacher country, Utopia (Imaginary Country) German country
Land Fragment Ownership land Mutetland, Cermenland Teachers' dormitory, German dormitory
Place-Location: Presence yut Imrazyut, Kobruyut, Baryut Hospital, Warehouse, Shelter
Place-Location: Processing hane Mutethane, Betikhane Classroom-School, Library
Place of Action tay Çamratay, Savaştay, Azıtay, Bağtay, Oruçtay Jungle, Battlefield, Devil Summoning Nest, Prom, Iftar Banquet
Negativity: Unwanted Ñâ Ñâmutetmen, Ñâmenler, Ñâhoş, Ñâsev, Ñâçuk! Unwanted teacher, Unwanted people, dislike, unloved, Don't Dating!
Negativity: Lack jıg Mutetmenjıg, Araybajıg, Kutjıg No teacher, no car, unhappy
Negative: Adverse Action bi Bimutet No teaching, Biuğma, Bihoş
Negative: Anti-Opposite anti- Antimutetmen, Antiislam Anti-teacher, anti-Islam
Don't be out gayřiy Gayřiymutetmen, Gayřiyhegget, Gayřiyislamdekmen Except for the teacher, Unreal
False-Error yan Yanmutet, Yanunert Teaching wrong, misunderstanding
Being External haricen Haricenmutetmen, Haricenbetik Non-teacher, Non-book
Being out of it İm İmtormu, İmtöre Out of life, illegal
Fear gorbi Yürgügorbi, Uçgorbi, Elsegorbi Fear of heights, Fear of flying, Social phobia
Bag ğa Parayğa, Yaznançğa, Betikğa, Malğa Wallet, Pen Holder, Bookcase, Bag
Action Taker men Mutetmen, Kulutmen Teacher, Slave
Operational Quality mend Mutetmend, Savaşmend Person capable of teaching, person holding a gun
Action Expert kâr Mutetkâr, Yapıtkâr Instructor-master instructor, Artist
Activist ğan Mutetğan, okuğan Who teaches, who reads
Producer ar, er Muteter, Yazar Tutorial, Author
Challenging Mutetkjı, Satjı Tutorial, Seller
Adult-Specialist can Bilcan, Wetcan, Tancan Wise-scholar, Competent, Witness
Relevance dar Mutetdar, Kökençdar, Gökelemdar Interested in teaching, interested in Etymology, interested in Astronomy
Wisher: enşa Enşamin, Enşaallah I wish, God wishes
Wisher: meşa Meşamiz, Meşailteber If I wish, if the governor wishes
Incline gend Çıkgend, Girişgend, Konaşgend Prone to dating, sociable, talkative
Perfection Sûbhaynû Sûbhaynûmutetmen, Sûbhaynûbarq, Sûbhaynûadam Perfect teacher, perfect house, perfect man
Style-Style alâ Alâmutetmen, Alâtürk Teacher style, Turkish style
Operational Time gâh Mutetgâh, sehergâh It's time for class, it's time for dawn
Processing Time leyn Mutetleyn, Okşayleyn, Teaching time, Evening time
Sustain-Continue ber Berokşay, berbetik Continuation of the evening, continuation of the book
Sort ng Bereng, Keyeng First second
Philosophical Scientific Kökenç, İnanç, Günenç, Ukumenç, Ağınç, Gizlenç Etymology, Faith, Chronology, Ideology, Psychology, Electricity, Privacy
Docile-Convenient jıl Barqjıl, Adamjıl Domesticated, Humane
Conceptual-Science sal, sel Barqsal, Tilsel, Ketsel, Doğelemsel, Sayızsal Domestic, Linguistic, Chemical, Physics, Mathematics
Ism-Philosophical Thought wûs Atamalwûs, Elselwûs, Sofiwûs, Türkwûs, İslamwûs Capitalism, Socialism, Sophism, Turkism, Islamism
Methodical Science iyat Mutetmeniyat, İslamiyat, Eseriyat, Adamiyat, Türkiyat Teaching Manners, Theology, Science of Art, Biology, Turcology
Abstract Science taj Anıztaj, Elseltaj, İgetaj, Mythology, Sociology, Mental Science
Concrete Science elem Gökelem, Yerelem, Tıpelem Astrology-Astronomy, Archeology, Medicine
Tools gaç, geç Süzgeç, Barıngaç, Yatgaç, Bilkusaygaç, Strainer, Hostel, Bed, Computer
Sheath-Tool-Piece lok, luk Başlok, Sulok, Damğaluk, Sözlök Title, Waterer, Alphabet, Dictionary
Part-Reduction cux Mutetmencux, Sözcux, Taşcux Intern, Word, Pebble
Step-Hand Strangeness laç Analaç, Atalaç, Ağalaç, Balalaç, Ullaç Step-child, step-father, step-child, step-child, step-son
Baby zade Asgırzade, Kapgırzate, Mehmetzade, Çomrazade Lion cub, tiger cub, Mehmet's son, Tree sapling
Pro-Fanatic daş Mutetmendaş, Yurtdaş, Cermendaş,  Fenerbahçedaş Teacher lover, Yurt lover, German fan, Fenerbahçe fanatic
Resemble gil Mutetmengil, Algazgırgil Teaching, Animalization
Simulate-Mirror-Defender dek Türkdek, İslamdek, Baladek, Akdek, Atamaldek, Elseldek, Sofidek, Nurdek, Hırdek, Vızdek Turkist, Islamist, Childlike, Whitish, Capitalist, Socialist, Sofi, Sparkle, Wheezing, Buzz

Asking Name and Age

It must be used question pronouns like Nû (what), Nic (how) etc... It doesn't need a sentence.

What is your name? : “Ad Nû” or “Nû Ad?”

How old are you? : “Uli Nic” or “Nic Uli?”

My name is Atilla : Min Ad ist Atilla.

I am 23 years old. : Min Uli ist 23.

Articles and Objects

There are many articles in Hurayish like English, German, Al Bakiyye etc. There is no gender discrimination in articles for Hurayish. The missions of articles are functional, structural and semantic.

Article Example English German
Ya - Ye Ya Adam The Man Der Mann
Lâ - Lê Lâ Adam, Lê Elem A Man Ein Mann
El - Al El Adam VIP Man Besonderer Mann
Ey - Ay Ey Adam This/That Man Dieser Mann
Ol Ol Adam unknown man unbekannter Mann
iy / -riy / -siy Adamıy The Man (Objective) Der Mann
Lil Lil Türkña National Article The Turkish

Without “-iy, -siy” or “-riy” articles, all articles must be separated from the pronouns.

The articles cannot change and the tenses do not change the articles.

For Example: Doctor, find me a cure. Give me the medicine that cures my problem.

Hûrayca: Ya Sağuman, bol mine ber lê İmgung! Ber mine sağung olwan Emgi!

Note: It can be used double form in some pronouns;

Rab : El Rab = Er Rab (The God)

Barq : El Barq = Eb Barq (The House)

For this method the first letter should be consonant like “w, r, t, p, s, f, h, j, k, l, z, c, v, b, n”

Indefinite articles:

TR: Bir kedi

EN: a cad

DE: eine Katze

BK: Бર ⟓Ɔ

HÛ: Ber Pisi

Specified Object: Min wurde okuerti ya Betik. (I read the book.)

  Min werde görtaç Betikiy. (I’ll see the book.)

Unspecified Object: Min wurde okuerti ber Betik. (I read a book.)

    Min werde görtaç ol Betik. (I’ll see a book.)

Adjectives

There are 4 methods for adjectives in Hurayish.

  1. Prefix : teze Barq (New House)
  2. Suffix : Barq-ıteze (New House)
  3. With Articles : Barqelteze (New House)
  4. Adj. Names : Tezenbarq (New House)

For Example: Married woman

    • Barqup Ece
    • Ece-ibarqup
    • Eceelbarqup
    • Barqupunece
    • Ber Ece-ibarqup
    • Bu Ece-ibarqup
    • Ya Ece-ibarqup

Comparative & Superlative in Adjectives

  • Nominal : Teze (New)
  • Comparative : Tezerak (Newer)
  • Superlative : Enteze (The newest)

The bigger house : El ulurak Barq  / or: Barq-ıulurak

The biggest house : El enulu Barq / or: Barq-ıenulu

Sign Adjectives

These Adjectives are like “this, that, these ...”

This/That Bu, Şu, Ol
The other Teyku
These, Those, Them Bular, Şular, Ollar
Like that Nança, Belece, dem, oldek

For Example:

This is a car : Bu ist ber Arayba. / Bu ber Vaslamdır.

Prepositions

There is no special rule for prepositions in Hurayish. The writer and speaker can select it, which they want. There is only one rule. If the preposition is prefixed, it must be separated. If the preposition is suffixed, it must be adjacent to the words.

Prefixed Suffixed English
Zu - Tu e, a, ya, ye to
Bay - by
Mit, Wit -len With, by
-dinbeřiy since
Un -usru on
-beren beyond
Nûyar, Uparfi -çip near
Efi, in -içru in
Unter -altru under
-onru Front of
Doru to
Anşıtat Instead of
Evvel Before, ego
Manay around
Sureb during
Haricen without
Obwohl Despite, in spite of
Konti for
Abşay -ja According to
Garşın Although, though
Keymen -dek As, like
za, mert for
diçe that
-kal until
Ander Other than
Darum Because of, due to
Deshalb Due to
dinaxır After that

The Numbers

10 – 20 between: On+number (Onber, Onuc, Onterte, Ondıykul)

20, 30, 40 and multiples: Number+ok (Keyok, Ucok, Terteok)

No Hûrayca English No Hûrayca English
1 Ber One 11 Onber Eleven
2 Key Two 12 Onkey Twelve
3 Uc Three 13 Onuc Frontend
4 Terte Four 14 Onterte Fourteen
5 Başe Five 15 Onbase Fifteen
6 Alte Six 20 Keyok Twenty
7 Yede Seven 21 Keyokber Twenty one
8 Sekey Eight 22 Keyokkey Twenty two
9 Dıkul Nine 33 Ucokuc Thirty three
10 On Front 45 Terteokbase Forty five
30 Ucok Thirty 0 Esfer Zero
40 Terteok Fourty 1000 Bin Thousand
50 Baseok Fifty 10.000 Onbin Ten thousand
60 Alteok Sixty 1.000.000 One millon Mutabin
70 Yedeok Seventy Billion Mutabinrak
80 Sekeyok Eighty
90 Dıkulok Ninety
100 Yüz Face

Which number system you want, you can use it for the number like Gujarati, Khmer, Malayalam, Roman, Urdu, Eastern Arabic, Tibetan and Chinese etc.

Ordinal Numbers

To all number’s end must be add “ng” or “eng”.

First Bereng Hundredth Yüzeng
Second Keyeng Fiftieth Başokeng
Third Uceng First İlk
Fourth Terteng Second İlkeng
Fifth Başeng End Son
Tenth Oneng Last Soneng

Hours

Hour, clock: “Oğur”. It does not use To Be in an hour's sentences.

Asking: Oğur Nic? (What is the time?)

Answer: Oğur ber. (It is 1. O’clock.)

Time: An, Oğ

Hour: Ağur

Minute: Oğrayık

Second: Oğurdak

Split Second: Oğurçak

*Quarter, half is not used in Hurayish. It is said to be a digital form.

Days

Deutsch Türkçe İngilizce Hûrayca
Montag Pazartesi Monday Başgün
Dienstag Salı Tuesday Dergün
Mittwoch Çarşamba Wednesday Olgün
Donnerstag Perşembe Thursday Oltaygün
Freitag Cuma Friday Ulugün
Samstag Cumartesi Saturday Kıyavgün
Sonntag Pazar Sunday Iyıkgün

Day : Gün / Tün

Week : Wik

Weekend: Wiksonru

Mounts

Hûrayca English
Akpan January
Tuluğan February
Açar March
Kırçan Engagement
Terteçan May
Tozaran June
Bozaran July
Kırkar August
Budan September
Bulğan October
Kırlaş November
Çağan December

Weather

English Hûrayca
Sun Kün
Sunny Künup
Rain Muru
Rainy Murup
Snow Lapu
Snowy Lapup
Light Rain Lajazmuru
Cloud Awan
Wind Yel
Windy Yelup
Storm Famung
Hot-Cold İssî - Buzzî
Rainbow Alkım
Damp Cibiung

The weather is nice : el Kalıg ist hüsnü bugün.

The weather is rainy : el Kalıg ist Murup.

Country-Nation

What is the name of a nation in that nation, we take it and use that word as basic. Then we add the end of the word “-ña”. The article should be “Lil” of this work.

For Example: The German people say themselves in their language (German) “Deutsch”. We adapt this word to Hurayish: “Doyç”. And then;

  • We add the nation suffix of Hurayish (-ña): Doyçña
  • We add the article begin of the word (Lil): Lil Doyçña

The German means in Hurayish: Lil Doyçña

We use the Nation-Country and Language Form of Hurayish.

Öncelikle ulus adı belirlenmelidir. Ulus: Alman (Lil Doyçña)

Type Suffix Hûrayca English
Nation name creation -ña Lil Doyçña German
Country name creation -ya Doyçya Germany
Place  name creation -land Doyçland German Country
From nation or country -î /- ñaî Doyçî / Doyçñaî From German
Location  name creation -astan Doyçastan German Place
Homeland  name creation -yal Doyçyal From Germany
Language  name creation -ce, -ca Doyçca German
Language  name creation Til-i..ña. Til-idoyçña German Language

The form also which accepted on dictionary:

German: Cermen

German Country: Cermenya

Germany: Cermenland

German: Cermenî

German Land: Cermenistan

From Germany: Cermenyal

German Language: Til-icermen

Some country names, nations and languages

English Nation Language Country
Russian, Russian, Russia Urusña Urusca Urusya
Canadian, Canadian, Canadian Kanadyan İngilizce Kanadya
Chinese, Chinese, Chinese Zongwenyal Zongwence Zongwenya
Arab, Arabic, Arabia Êrabiña Êrabica Êrabiastan
Indian, Hindi, Indian Bhartiña Bhartice Bhartiastan
British, English, UK İngılışña İngılışca İngılışya
Turkey, Turkish, Turkey Türkña Türkçe Türkiye
Spanish, Spanish, Spain Espanyolña Espenyolca Espanyolya
Farsi, Persian, Iran Fariña Farsice Farsiya
Tatar, Tatar, Tataria Tatarña Tatarca Tatarastan
Czech, Czech, Czech Republic Çeskoña Çeskoca Çeskoya
Italian, Italian, Italy İtalyanoña İtalyanoca İtalyanoya

Asking country, country and nation

Where are you from? : Nûrayfin sin?

Where are you from? : Nûray sinin Yurt?

What nationality are you from? : Kangı Yurt sinin?

Colours

Garay Black
Gızıl Red
Yeşel Green
Gövez Navy blue
Akalgök Plato
Garaygızıl Maroon
Küren Maroon
Turkuvaz turquoise
Göğerte Purple
Ak White
Gök blue
Boz, Çal Grey
Sazrenge Beige
Yağaz, Konur Brown
Turunç Orange
Al Pink
Sayrıy Yellow
alaca Colourful

Continents

Continent / Mainland: Anugaray

Land: Garay

Hûrayca Remark English
Anugaray-ibatsık Day Sinking Continent Europe
Anugaray-idıysık Day Rising Continent Asia
Anugaray-imid Middle Continent Africa
Usamerriylak Upper American Mainland N. America
Asamerriylak Lower American Mainland S. America
Anugaray-iküney Southern Continent Oceania /
Usbuzcuk North-upper ice country Australia
Asbuzya Southern / lower ice country Greenland
Usbuzya North - upper polar region Antarctica / South Pole

Foreign Words

Words taken from those whose origin is a language with Latin letters are written as in that language. In languages written with alphabets such as Arabic, Japanese, Indian, and Chinese, it is written in the way it is read.

For Example:

Latin : Nasa, Coca Cola, Jena, Julai vb.

Arab : Hûda, Selamaleykum,

Question Pronouns

Hûray English
What
Nû An When
Nûray Where
Nûrayfi Where
Nûrayfik Where from
Nûrayii Where
Nûrayga Where
Nûrayyal Where
Nûkal How much
Nûmauc Why not
Nûçik How
Nûsin How
Kangı Which
Kon Who
Nûden, Nûjun, Wayel Why, Why

It does not need use To Be for Question Pronouns. (Q. Pronouns + Name)

For Example : What is your name, where are you from?

: Nû Ad sinin? Nûrayfinsin?

Adverb

Space Adverbs

In case of specifying direction and status, the suffix “-ray” is brought to the word.

Hûray English
Buray Here
Oray There
Şuray there
İçrey Inside
Duray Out
Usray Top
Yukray Up
Asray Down
sağ Right
sol Left
Ötray Beyond
Oppoz Against

Where is your house? = Nûrayfi sizin lâ Barq?

EN: Come down from this road. Then turn right and there is a market there. The house opposite it is our home.

HÛ: Gelasřiy bu yolfin. Basa durn tu sağ or gibs ber Kiřîneşhane orayfi. El Barq olwan oppoz řiyol ist mizin Barq.

Adverbs of Time

Hûrayca English
Nû Aan / Nû An When
Nû kal aan How long
Nickez How many times
Yaku Soon
Sonru After that
İmdi Right now, now
Tün Yesterday
Gün Today
İmdikal Until now
Sıkça Often / Often
Ber Kez One time
Kayçak Sometimes, Occasionally
Er Çör Every time
Êvle Noon
Sonru Then
Tünkal Until yesterday
Turukku Always
Lenge Long time
Nudıy Rare
Er gün Everyday
Er wik Every week

Exclamations

English Hûrayca
What a pity! Vah vah!
Oops! Eyvah!
Well..! Ee..!
Come on! Nûyap be!
No! oo..!
No way! Wauw
Whoops! İğy
Whoa! Vah be!
Wow! Vay be!
Wow! Vaycani
Wow! Wouw!
Oops! Ops!
Ah! Ah!
Hey! Hey!
Oh! Eri!
Hush! -
Hah! Hah!
Gosh! Hay Allah!
Oh! Aman!
Help! Emyar!, Viratay!
Come on! Êyâlla be!

Pronoun

Undefined Pronouns

Hûrayca English
Man
Berriy Someone, anybody
Konhe Nobody, nobody
Jarkal Everyone
Erkangı Any
Haması All
Ber şay Something
ber nic A few
Beraz Some
Berçox Many
Özi Itself
Teyku The other, huh
Berriyki Since
Özge Other, other
Kon Anybody

Personal Pronouns

English Nom. Acc. Dat. Dat. From Dat. Gen.
The God Hay Hayı Haya Hayfi Hayfin Hayın
I Min Mini Mine Minfi Minfin Minin
You Sin Sini Sine Sinfi Sinfin Sinin
He/She/It Ol Olı Ola Olfi Olfin Olın
We Miz Mizi Mize Mizfi Mizfin Mizin
You Siz Sizi Size Sizfi Sizfin Sizin
They Ollar Olları Ollara Ollarfi Ollarfin Olların
You Sizler Sizleri Sizlere Sizlerfi Sizlerfin Sizlerin
Own Özi Özi Öze Özfi Özfin Özin

Example

English Hûrayca
My world Minin Yertenç
Your country Sizin Ülke
Our money Mizin Paray
You are my life. Sin ist minin Tarmu.
We will build our house with you. Miz werde Barqkurtaç mit sin.
Mine, Yours Mininki, Sininki
Of your own house Özi Barqın
He owns his own house. Ol sahap özi Barq.

The Verbs

To Be

For Name Sentences: “ist” and “-dır”.

Verb Sentences: “war”

1-Present 2-Past 3-Future Negative Remark
war wurde worden nar Separate before verb
ist ist ist değel Separate before verb
dır erti imiş değel Post verb, adjacent

Verb Conjugations

Verb Infinitive: See

Type Formula Hûrayca English
Root Verb Gör See
Infinitive Zu/tu + Kök Zu gör See
Passive Zeş+Kök Zeşgör Be seen
Reflexive Kök+aw (aw, ew) Göraw Seem
Show someone Kök+tum Görtum Show (Show)
Have someone see Ge+Kök+tet Gegörtet Show (Show)
Name Form Kök+ma Görme Seeing
Order Kök+! Gör! See
Negative Order Ñâ+Kök Ñâgör! Not Seeing
Wish Kök+ay Göray Sees
Present tense Kök+a Göra Sees
Present tense kök+řiy Görřiy Sees
Past tense kök+erti Görerti Saw
Past Perfect Tense kök+miş görmiş Have seen
Future tense kök+taç görtaç Will see

Verbs Form

Understanding Mode … ña … Çukñaçuk, Yazñayaz As soon as it comes out, the author does not write
Present tense a Min war çuka Inference
Down Action asřiy çukasřiy descending
Reflexivity Mode aw Yıkaw, Turaw Bathing, Being Desired
Conditional-Wish Mode and Structure ay Çukay, Hûray, Günnuray If it comes out, wanting to be free, wanting the day to be bright
Together Action co Comutet, Coseyr Teaching together-Let's teach, Watching together
Infinitive en Çuken, Gören, Uçen Exit, See, Fly
past tense erti Min wurde çukerti I got out
To the core et, ar, er Çuket, Wetet, Pişet To take out, to grow
Avoidance Mode evite Çukevite, Wetevite, Sevevite, Görevite Avoiding dating, Avoiding getting enough, Avoiding loving, Avoiding seeing
Passive Enforcement ge…tet Geçuktet Take out
Animals gır, gir Asgır, Kapgır, Kuçgır, Çabakgır, Yılgır, Mengir Lion, tiger, bird, fish, snake, mount
From Eternal to Eternal Mode ing Min war seving I love, i love, i am in love
Thesis Mode iver çukıver, Wetiver, Going on a session
Output Product jak Mutetjak, Yakjak Instructional material, Fuel
Main Product ku Mutetku, Verku, Tanku, Yapku, Çukku, Wetku Teaching, Tax, Publicity, Artwork, Output, Authority
Use kul Araybakul, Urayvaslamkul Driving a car, using a tram
Verb-Name lam Mutetlam, Görlam, Araylam, Dizlam Teaching-Teaching, Seeing-Seeing, Searching, Sequencing-Sequencing
Verb Name ma, me Çukma, Görme, Don't Exit, Seeing
Outgoing product miş Mutetjak, Geçmiş Taught material-curriculum, past
past perfect tense miş Min worde çukmış. I'm out
Action Together mu Muçuk, Mugör, Musöz, Muuğr, Mual Quitting, Meeting, Contract, Dealing, Getting Used
Be on ol Çukol, Wetol To go out, to be in the job of being a parent,
Repeat Mode re Reçuk, Regör, Real, Remax Get out again, See it again, Get it again, Do it again
Present tense řiy Min war çukřiy Getting out
Future tense taç Min werde çuktaç I will go out
Passive Submission tum Çukartum Take off
Product of Action u, ıy, iy Çuku, Wetu, Yazu, Dıyu, Zöriy Output, Power, Text-text, Finding, Sensory, Herd
Original Product ung Mutetung, Satung, tanung, seçung, alung, yapung, sevung, Tarung, Tövung Teaching, Exchange, Definition, Choice, Purchase, Making, Love, Agriculture, Center
Conditional Mode us Çukus If it comes out
Verb-Name ut Yaşut, Anut, Yakut, Tençut Peer, Monument, Fuel, Criterion
Vehicle Creation vaslam Mutetvaslam, Okulvaslam Teaching tool, School bus,
Lean Root x Çuk, Yap, Uç Get out, do it, fly
Imperative Mode x Çuk! Max! Get out !, Do it!
Up Action yukřiy çukyukřiy Don't go up
Passive-Passive Mode zeş Zeşçukar Be removed
Infinitive (Preposition) zu, tu zu Çuk, tu Gör, zu Uç Exit, See, Fly

Making a Noun Verb

Example: Sand (Sand, gravel, beach, soil ...)

Special Additional Verb English
Infinitive Verb -en Kumen Sandblast
Operation -yap Kumyap Make sand
Reflexive -aw Kumaw Sandblast
Passive-Passive Zeş- Zeşkum Be sandblasted
Turn into a product -bol Kumbol To be sand, to be sand
Passive -tum Kumtum Sandblast
Passive Ge...tet Gekumtet Sandblast

Modal Verbs

Modal Verb Engish Rule-Formel
Zol Obligation. zol + Main verb
Mus Obligation mus + Main verb
Ken can ken + Main verb
Diler Wish diler + Main verb
sahap Have sahap + Main verb
let Leave, leave let + Main verb
Es Want, desire Es + Main verb
Moj Bidding Moj + Main verb

Verb Infinitive

Hûrayca English Formel
tu yap Make/do tu + verb infinitive
zu yap Make/do zu + verb infinitive
yapen Make/do verb infinitive +en

Reflexive Verbs

It should add “aw” end of the verb in reflexive. “Yıkaw, Göraw, Giyaw...” (bathe, show up, dress up). In reflexive the work must be done by itself.

Reflexive: (wash) - zu Yıkaw (Bathe on your own)

Pasive: (washed) - zu zeşyıka (Someone else is washing herself)

Reflexive – Passive Verb Examples

English Reflexive Reflexive Pasive English Passive
Get better Eyew Zeşey Healing
Dress up Bezew Zeşbeze Being adorned
Rejoice Sevew Zeşsev Be loved

Conjunctions

English Hûrayca
frankly Şerxayan
but Ajer
but jedox
even tum
because Jor, Çün
even Tağu
also tum
grandfather tum...tum
So Telamkio
but fakalte
again again gêne
gotta ... gotta (se) hem...hem tum
And … Or ha...ha
whereas hâlbukio
even tayhê
especially hele
both hem
as well as hem tum
both ..... and (both) hem...hem tum
with mit, wit, -len,
if Us
wanna ..... want (se) Es...Es
oh .......... kâh..........kâh
in short kısacanev
that kio
not that lekin
since (that) mâdemi
how Nûsinkio
So what Ñû gibs
Unfortunately Ñû dilêşî
neither ...... nor (also) Ñû...ñû tum
thus bêle
whereas oysa
but oysakio
such that êleki, Nança
then êleysu, Nançasu
moreover hemfi
and or, mi, ci, çi, un
or vam
or vamhut
or yatum
either .... or (or) ya...ya tum
or yahut
alone Yalnu, Abaa, Saltız
as long as Wetay
or narsu
for ziren
also kezâ
So deko
No jo

Structures and Forms

Tenses

Tense To Be Suffix Form Example English
Present tense war, ist a Subject + To Be + Verb+e Min war gela (war gelamin) I come
Present tense war riy Subject + To Be + Verb+riy Min war gelriy (war gelriymin) I am coming
Future tense werde, ist taç Subject + To Be + Verb+taç Min werde geltaç (war geltaçmin) I will come
Past tense wurde erti Subject + To Be + Verb+erti Min wurde gelerti (wurde gelertimin) I came
Past Perfect Tense worde miş Subject + To Be + Verb+miş Min worde gelmiş (Worde gelmişmin) I had been came
Request Mode war ay Subject + Verb + ay Min war gelay Let me come
Passive Passive Mode war zeş Subject + To Be + zeş+verb Min war zeşgelerti. I was came
Conditional Mode - us Subject + verb+us Min gelus If I come
Thesis Mode - ver Subject + verb+ver Min geliver Come on
Imperative Mode Verb Infinitive Gel! Come!
Always mode war ing Subject + To Be + Verb+ing Min war geling I am coming, I always come

Example: This book is dictated to us by someone else.

Hû: Man war geyazet bize bu lâ Betik.

Bay (by): It is used in passive sentences. Who is making the verb, it is used to it.

EN: The book is written by me.

HÛ: Lâ Betik war man yazo bay min.

Imperative

The verb is used as infinitive.

Possitive Imperative Nagative Imperative Wish Imperative Passive Imperative
Hûrayca: Kond! Ñâkond! Konday! Zeşkond!
English: Stay at home! Dont stay at home! Let me stay at home! Stay at home

There is/There are (Gibs)

En : There is a child at home.

De :  Es gibt ein Kind zu Hause.

Hû : Gibs lâ ber Bala efiy lâ Barq.

BK :  ᒍӬ Ḷᒍ∧ ჰŧ ୨ર Ƒ..↾ ᒍӬ Ḷર⊲

TR : Evde bir çocuk var.

Have/Has (Sahap)

There are 2 forms for his sentences. It is with the modal verb: “Sahap”, verb: “menç”.

It cannot use “a” in Present Tense with this form; Min sahap ber Arayba / Min sahapa ber Arayba.

EN: I have a car. I had Money but now I have not any money. I will have a new house after 3 days.

HÛ: Min sahap ber Arayba. Min sahaperti lâ Paray. İmdi sahapa min jo Paray. Min werde mençtaç ber Barq-iteze sonru uc günfik.  

Any/never (Jo)

The sentences must be possitive form. When the “Jo” is used, the meaning will be negative only. There is no rule. Where you want, you can use it.

English: I have never been to Istanbul.

Hûrayca: Min wurde gedeerti zu ya İstanbul jo. / Jo wurde min gedeerti ya İstanbula.

Maybe (Bolay)

English Hûrayca
Maybe Bolayki
I believe, according to my belief Glavmin, Min war glava, Agar İnançřiymen
To me, i think Agar min, Abşay min, Minja,  Min war aylaba, Ukumřiymen, Cümanřiymen

About (Wû)

Hûray English
Özwû About me
Özwû About me
Menwû About me
Haqwû About me
Sinwû About you

Needs (Vam)

I need a book: Min vam ber Betik.

You don't need to know what I'm doing: Sin vam nar bila nû wurde min maxerti.

Like & Hate (Hoş & Xınc)

If the word is a verb, it should be used with the name form with “-lam”. And the word-name takes suffix according to tense, form or others. Also the name after the “hoş/xınc” should be ended with “-fin”.

Hoş/Xınc + Name+fin

I like you: Min war hoşa sinfin.

I hate this house: Min war Xınca bu lâ Barqfin.

I hate going to school: Min Xınca gedelamfin tu ya Okul.

Alû Mode

If there is not a word in the Hurayish dictionary yet, or if you want to emphasize a word from other languages like English, Turkish, German, etc., it should be used “alû” before the work. Also it can be added to language code like “en, de, tr, eo, ar, fa, bk”.

Alû Form: Language Code + Alû+the word from another language. (en-Alûcheckin, de-Alûbahnhoff, tr-Alûgümüş, ar-Alûdunya…). In this form the foreign word can be added to Hûrayish.

Wish (Kiay)

It will add “-ay” end of the verb. Also “kiay” can be used as a preposition or a verb. It can be used front or end of the sentences.

English : I wish I could learn German.

Hûrayca : Kiay war min matunay ya Lisan-icermen.

Interested in (İlig)

It is used to be and the tense should be always tense (Bahîan). The main verb is “İlig”. Form: “ilig + zu + name”

English : I am interested in cinema.

Hûrayca : Min war iliging zu Kalrayyut.

Suffix and Prefixes

Question Suffix and Prefixes

There is only one fix; “mu”. It can be used at the front or end of the sentences. If you want, you cannot use it also. But in that time, the to be should be the first position of the sentences.

With “mu” : Mu ist lâ Barq? (Is it a house?)

Without “mu”: İst lâ Barq? (Is it a house?)

If the author wants, can be changed with to be also;

Ist mu lâ Barq?

Ist lâ Barq?

Negative Suffix and Prefixes

There are many negative forms in Hurayish. There are negatives Suffix and prefixes in Hurayish.

  • The To Be: “değel” ve “nar”.  Min değel ber Sağuman. (I am not a doctor.)
  • Without To Be: “Ñâ” prefix. Ñâgel zu lâ barq! (Don’t come to Home!)
    • Prefix: Ñâ, Bi, Gayriy, Anti, haricen
    • Suffix: ñuz, jıg
Immortality: Unwanted Ñâ Ñâmutetmen, Ñâmenler, Ñâhoş, Ñâsev, Ñâçuk! Unwanted teacher, Unwanted people, dislike, unloved, Don't go our!
Immortality: Lack jıg Mutetmenjıg, Araybajıg, Kutjıg No teacher, no car, unhappy

Without teacher, Without car

Immortal: Reverse Action bi Bimutet, Biuğma, Bihoş No teaching, negative, unpleasant
Negative: Operational negativity ñuz Mutetñuz, Gelñuz, Doesn't Teach, Doesn't Come
Negative: Anti-announcer anti- Antimutetmen, Antiislam Anti-teacher, anti-Islam
Don't be out gayřiy Gayřiymutetmen, Gayřiyhegget, Gayřiyislamdekmen Except for the teacher, Unreal
False-Error yan Yanmutet, Yanunert Teaching wrong, misunderstanding
Exclusion Haric Haric ya Barq, Haric lâ JBV Except for the house, excluding VAT
Being External haricen Haricenmutetmen, Haricenbetik Non-teacher, Non-book
Being out of it İm İmtormu, İmtöre Out of life, illegal
Step-Hand Strangeness laç Analaç, Atalaç, Ağalaç, Balalaç, Ullaç Step-child, step-father, step-child, stepchild, step-son
Nothingness jo Gibs jo lâ Barq burayfi. Never, any

Vehicle Suffix and Prefixes

Bus, minibus, train, ship, plane, etc. In the vehicle action, the "-vaslam" suffix is used for the tools that have the characteristics of a vehicle.

Road Transport: Road

Highway - Railway: Rayol

Two Wheeled Vehicles: Single

Rail System Railway Transport: Rail

Rail only (Train): Rail

Overhead rail line (Tram): Uray

Rail line running underground (Metro): Aray

Seaway Transportation: Den

Submarine Transportation: Aden

Airline Transport: Fly

Flight: Uçvaslam

Words:

Train: (Rayvaslamlam)

Bus: (Yolvaslam)

Metro: (Arayvaslam)

Ship: (Denvaslam)

Tram: (Urayvaslam)

Sentences

There are only some rules for the sentences. Exept that, the sentences using and creating is free. Some rules;

  • The main (basic) sentences should be separate from the clause.
  • It should add “ef” front of the sentences and end of the verb “-us” in conditional clauses. Ef min görusa siniy, werde min bertaç sine lâ Paray. (If I see you, I will give you Money.) The “ef” can be used one time and “-us” can be used many times in the sentences.
  • In Hurayish there are many methods to create sentences. So, it can be seen in many different forms and sentences which have the same meaning.

Possive – Negative – Question Sentences

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Negative Name Clause Bu değel ber Betik. Bu Ñâbetikdir. This is not a book.
Negative Verb Sentence Min nar yazerti ber Betik. Ber Betik ñâyazertimin. I did not write a book.
Positive Name Clause Bu ist ber Betik. Bu Betikdir. This is a book.
Positive Verb Sentence Min yazerti ber Betik. Ber Betik yazertimin. I wrote a book.
Question sentence Mu sahap ol ber Barq? Mu gibs ber Barq orayfi?   Is there a house there?

Name Sentences

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Name Sentence (ist) Min ist ya Hûryazar. Ya Hûryazarmin. I am a freelance writer.
Name Sentence (dır) Min ya Hûryazardır. Ya Hûryazarmindir I am a freelance writer.

Verb Sentences

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Verb Sentences Min war yaza aks ya Hûryazar. war yazamin aks ya Hûryazar. I write as a freelance writer.
Basic Verb Sentences Min werde geltaç zu lâ Okul sinlen erteki. Erteki werde geltaçmin zu lâ Okul mit sin. I will come to school with you tomorrow.

Clauses

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Clause Sin war sevay dostiy, war sin yardema. War sevay ya dost, war sin  yardema. If you love your friend, you will help him.
Clause Alu war min geda zu ya Okul, wurde min bolerti ber Parayğa. Min wurde bolerti ber lâ Parayğa, alu zu ya Okul gedertimin. I found a wallet while going to school.
Holistic Clause Min wurde görerti ki,  wurde gelerti sin zu ya Barq. Wurde görertimin ki, zu ya Barq wurde gelerti sin. I saw you coming home.

Relative Sentences (Olwan)

English: Martin, who is my teacher, has a car.

Hûrayca: Menin Edige olwan Martin sahap ber Arayba.

Active Sentences: Bu lâ Arayba ist gızıl. Min wurde görerti el Arayba-igızıl. (This car is red. I saw red car. )

Relatif Cümle: Min wurde görerti gızıl olwan el Arayba. (I saw the car which is red.)

Inverted Sentence

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Inverted Sentences Erteki werden miz gettaç zu ya Okul sinlen. Erteki werden gittaçmiz Okula mit sin. With you tomorrow we will g oto school.

Conditional Clause Sentences

Sentence type Definite Pronoun Indefinite pronoun English
Bound Conditional Clause Sentences Ef min sahapusa  ol Paray bergün, werde min gedetaç zu Ötüken. Ef sahapusamin ol Paray bergün, werde gdetaçmin tu Ötüken. If I have money one day, I will go to Ötüken.

Double Verb Sentences

It means that there are two actions with 2 verbs. Example verbs: like, work, tyr, hope, think etc.

One Sentences: Min war uma lâ gellam. (I hope to come.)

Many Sentences: Min war uma kio, werde sin geltaç mit min zu lâ Kalrayyut Erteki.

(I hope that you come to the cinema with me tomorrow.)

For Examples:

I hope to come. Min war uma lâ gellam.
I would like you to teach me Huraica. Min war kilema sinfin kio, mutet mine ya Hûrayca.
I love to walk (using the verb noun) Min war seva lâ Çirlam.
I'm trying to find money. (2. Using the infinitive of the verb) Min war eşlema lâ Paraybol

Greetings

English Hûrayca
Hello hi
Good Morning Günnuray
Good afternoon Tünnuray
Have a good day Hayrungünay
Good evening Okşayay
Goodnight Yatkuay
Good luck with Ebbolay
How are you? Sin Kandıy, Nûçik Sin?
I'm fine thank you Eymin, Bayar
Not bad Ñâaman
bye Esenkal
See you later. Sonrumagör
Take care of yourself Eyayözi
bye Esenkal
Good bye Gülegül
Good bye! Haymayhay
Welcome Esen Gelertisiz

Family Members and Concepts

English Hûrayca
Father Ata
Grandpa / Grandfather Uluata
Grandma / Grandma Uluana
Grandma Anařiyata
Grandmother Anařiyana
Father Baba, Ata
Mother Ana, Añû
Stepmother Analaç
Step father Atalaç
Mother-in-law (Mother-in-law) Anařiyeş
Father-in-law (Kaynata) Atařiyeş
Parent (Mother-Father) Anatay
Brother (Brother) Ertoldaş
Sister (Sister) Riytoldaş
Aunt Bibi
Aunt Eze
Uncle Emi, Emmi
Nephew / Daughter Nephew Ulřiytoldaş / Ulřiytoldaşça
Cousin Tuma, Tumaça
Husband (Spouse Male) Er, Eş, Biy
Mistress (Spouse Wife) Eş, Biyçe
Married Couple (Wife-Husband) Barqdaş
Daughter Oğulça
Son (Son) Oğul
Grandson Oğulzade
Granddaughter Ulçazate
Child Bala, Çağa
Children Çağalar
Baby Çağa, Mevlut
Bride Eşřiybiyçe
Groom Eşriybiy
Relative Nezhatdaş
The sister of wife Êltê

Weathers

It is used as “Kalığ” for the weather.

How is the weather? : Kalığ Nûçik?

The weather is nice, it is cold. : Kalığ ist Ey, Kalığ ist Buzzî

Syntax in Hurayish (Al Bakiyye Dialect)

Because the Hurayish take the system and syntax from Turkish and Al Bakiyye, it provides an independent syntax form and sentences. When we change the place of the words, the meaning has not changed and is intact. There are only 3 rules.

  1. Articles are never separated from the names.
  2. The adjectives are never separated from the names.
  3. Prepositions are used with the name it describes.

For Examples: I will meet you with a person today.

  1. Min werde gemugörtettaç bermenlen bugün.
  2. Werde gemugörtettaçmin siniy bermenlen bugün.
  3. Bugün werde min gemugörtettaç siniy mit ber kon.
  4. Wit ber Men werde min gemugörtettaç ya sin bugün.

Word Derivation

Hurayish is an easy dialect of the Al Bakiyye which you can create a new word from the basic and infinitives of the verb, nouns. There are many prefixes and suffixes for it. Also, many prepositions and verbs can help you for this work.

The developer created a form for his work. You can check it and create your words, forms and sentences with these forms.  http://hurayca.rastgelelik.com/hurayca_turetweb.html

Example Sentences and Workings

(Hûrayca): Min mus matut ya Hûrayca junhûriyat.

English: For freedom, we must learn Hurayish.

German: Für die Freiheit müssen wir Hurayisch lernen.

Esperanto: Ni devas lerni Huraya por libereco.

Turkish: Özgürlük için Hûrayca öğrenmeliyiz.

C.Al Bakiyye: Бᓬ ᓬO૪ ȪરГƝΛ ৬ ᏖમC ↾C❞Ꮦર.

Hindi: स्वतंत्रता के लिए, हमें होरे भाषा सीखना चाहिए।


(Hûrayca): Hû, min başlaerti junmatunlam tezeltil. Hûrayca olwan tiliy war min tatsuğa zu jarkal

EN: Hello, I started to learn a new language. I recommend the language named Hûrayca to everyone.

TR: Merhaba, ben yeni bir dil öğrenmeye başladım. Adı Hûrayca olan dili herkese tavsiye ederim.

DE: Hallo, I habe eine neue Sprache gestartet zu lernen. Ich empfehle die Sprache Hûrayca jedem.

ESP: Saluton, mi eklernis novan lingvon. Mi rekomendas la lingvon nomatan Hûrayca al ĉiuj.

(Hûrayca): Min wurde severti siniy ilk lâ Görkufi.

TR: Ben seni ilk görüşte sevdim.

EN: I loved you at first sight.

DE: Ich habe dich auf den ersten Blick geliebt.

ESP: Mi amis vin unuavide.

Conditional Clause

En: If I get enough Money, I will buy a book.

Hû: Ef minin Paray wetsua werde min kiřînaltaç lâ Betik.

Causal Sentence

En: She was late for the lesson because she could not wake up.

Hû: Mert kan ol nar ayılerti, wurde ol waperti zu lâ Okut.

Definition Sentence

En: Dostluk, birlikte başlayıp birlikte bitirmektir.

Hû: El Dostunç ist Cofanglam or Cobeterlam.

Welcome Sentence

En: The sky looks bluer today. My favorite color is blue.

Hû: Gökyut war zeşgöra gökrak bugün.  Ya Tüş olwan min war seva en ist gök.

Sentence Stating an Objective Judgment

En: Istanbul is the most crowded city in Turkey.

Hû: İstanbul ist ya İl-ienkupti ya Řiytürkiyye.

Sentence Stating Subjective Judgment

En: This book impressed me very much.

Hû: Bu ya Betik war raydaking miniy çox.

Parable Sentence

En: There are hands like cotton.

Hû: Sin sahapa ay Rukeyn Çomravilldek.

Indirect Sentence

En: She wrote in her letter that she would be back in three months.

Hû: Ol worde yazmiş ol Zarf-idamlafi kio werde regeltaç sonru uc Ay.

Types of Expression

Interpretation (Tevilet)

It is made with “kio, aşaran, bêle, hemfi” conjunctions.

Main sentences, kio + interpretation sentences.

For Example: The letters were again on the table, and they were letters she had not read for months.

Hûrayca: Gêne el Zarf-idamlaat ist un lâ Yudruk, kio nar okuerti ayenja olwan el Zarf-idamlaat.

Verbally - Word Derivation (Türetek)

You can create many words with “Türetek Form” and you can have special words.

For Example

The words: Yeşelînemiş (Greengrocer), Kirineşhane (Market), kâr (Function maker suffix)

Verbally in Hurayish: Yeşelînemişkirineşhanekâr (Vegetable-Fruit sales supervisor.)

Explanation (Şerx-iolunç)

It is created with “Şerxayan, ayan, şerh’, kezâ” conjunctions. After main sentences we can inform the reader about a thing with this form. After conjunctions we should add double points.

EN: It was a baby in a blue dress. She was clearly understood to be a boy.

HÛ: Ol ist ber Bala kio wurde geyerti ay Kökgeyu ayan: ol ist lâ Oğul.

Patrol (Gezung)

It is created with “Kezâ” conjunctions. We can talk and tell many things with this system without main sentences and meaning. … Main Sentences; Kezâ … (Patrol Sentences)

EN: I dreamed of him again this morning; I want to see it every morning, but I can't see it, I can't talk when I see it, and I turn into a mad - couch and I burn "ah", I saw him again.

HÛ: Bu ayılgâh genê wurde min yulerti lâ ol minin ya Mavfi; kezâ es min göra olıy er ayılgâh ajer nar ken göra, sureb göramin ken nar min aytata or war min joawa tum “aah” têmin mi war min çoğing. Min wurde yulerti genê olıy.

Lyric (Usûlîhat)

It is lyrical telling. Sound, pedestal, rhythm, rhyme, etc. Sentence narration is provided by making warnings. There are some symbols for this telling also;

! = Oratory and order

? = Asking questions to the reader and the listener, making them think

* = Explanation sentence, additional information

,, = Doubling, repeating a word or sentence twice

^^ = Extension

Sentences with Other Writing Systems

Alphabet - Font Sentences
Hûrayca Latin Matut ya Hûrayca junhûranç! Hûrayca ist za Jarka.
Arab - العربية ماتوت يا حورايچا جونهورايچا! حورايچا يست زا جارقا.
Cyrillic - Русский Матут ыа хураыца юнхуранц! Хураыца ист за Ярка.
Greece - Ελληνικά Ματυτ υα υραυκα ηυνυρανς! Υραυκα ιστ ζα Ηαρκα.
Orkhun -
Sanskrit/Hindi -देवनागरी मतुत य हुरय्च जुन्हुरन्श्! हुरय्च इस्त ज़ जर्क​.
Armenian - հայերեն Մատւտ յա Հւրայծա ձւնհւրայծա։ Հւրայծա իստ զա ձարկա։
Latin General Matut ya Hurayga junhuranch! Hurayga ist za Jarqa
Berber - ⵜⴰⵎⴰⵣⵉⵖⵜ Mⴰⵜⵓⵜ ⵢⴰ ⵀⵓⵔⴰⵢⵛⴰ ⵊⵓⵏⵀⵓⵔⴰⵏⵛ! ⵃⵓⵔⴰⵢⵛⴰ ⵉⵙⵜ ⵣⴰ ⵊⴰⵔⴽⴰ.
Hebrew - עברית מאתות יא הוראישא עונהוראנש! חוראישא יסת זא עארכא.
Ottoman - عثمانليجه موتات يا هورايجا ژونهورانچ! حورايجا يست زا ژارقا.
Al Bakiyye M@Ꭷᛠ ৬ ᏖમC Ĵ❞Ꮦમλ! ᏖમC ჰŧ ᓬΛ Jર⊲.

Some Writing Rules

Which alphabet is used, we have to create the sentences according to it and its rules.

The some rules for Standard Hurayish Alphabet:

  • All special-private names and the names which have an article must be written uppercase letter.
  • The first word of the sentence begins with an uppercase letter.
  • Compound words take fusion letters such as "y, ğ, h, x" if they come together with the same sound-letter.
  • Suffixes after numerical values such as numbers and hours are separated by quotation marks (‘); (10.00, 1 ng…)
  • Question, preposition, auxiliary verb, modal verb, article suffixes are written separately.
  • Articles starting with a consonant letter can be written according to the adjacency rule; It can also be written as El Barq = "Eb Barq" or "Eb'barq" (Home). There is no semantic difference, only emphasis and ornamentation as pronunciation.

Punctuation

Dot (.) Dash (_)
  Comma (,) Plus (+)
  Semicolon (;) Or  (/)
  Two dots (:) Pause (°)
  Three points (...) Confirmation (✓)
  Question mark (?) Not Accept (✕)
  Exclamation mark (!)   Quotes ("  ")
  Apostrophe (‘)   Parenthesis (Bracket (())
  Short line ( - )

Daily Activities

ENGLISH HÛRAYCA
I get up at 7 in the mornings. Ayılgâh war min  ayıla 7.00’fi.
I have breakfast at 7:30. 7.30’fi war min ayıljakyapa.
I go to school by tram at 7:45. 7.45’fi war min gede mit lâ Urayvaslam.
Lesson starts at 8 o'clock. 8’fi war fanga lâ Ders.
I have lunch at 12 o'clock. 12’fi war min yea êvlen.
I will come back home at 15:00. 15.00’fi war min regete zu lâ Barq.
After school, I drink coffee and listen to music. Sonru Okulfin war min iça lâ konur, tına lâ Çalav.
I do my homework. Min war maxa minin Mutauhden
I take a walk at 17:00. 17.00’fi war min Çirmaxa
I take a shower at 18:00. 18.00’fi war min yunakkula/yuma.  
19:00 I pray. 19.00’fi war min ibada.
I have dinner at 19:30. 19.30’fi war min yea lâ Okşayaş.
I watch TV or watch a movie on the computer. Min war seyreta lâ Seyretgeç vam lâ Kalray Bilkusaygaçfin.
I go swimming every weekend. Er wik sonru war min gede junnag.
I take a walk when it's sunny. Wen ya Kalığ ist ey, war min Çirkumaxa.
When the weather is cold, I chat with my friends at home. Wen ya Kalığ ist Buzzî, war min aytata mit minin Dost.
I enjoy fishing on the weekend. Wiksonru war min hoşa lâ Çabakgırkeype.
At 21:30 in the evening, I go to bed (sleep - go to bed.) Okşay 21.30’fi war min yata.

Purpose and Freedom of Hûrayja (Hurayish)

This language is a Conlang’s dialect. The main language is Al Bakiyye and it is created for freedom. There is no rule for alphabet, writing system and telling forms. What and how you want, you can use this language and write-tell everything as freedom in this language.

The Words and Dictionary of Hurayja (Hurayish) / Lexicon

Hurayish is a dialect and has many words from other dialects of Al Bakiyye like Classical Al Bakiyye and Al Bakiyyetuneşvek. There is a dictionary and it is called “Big Dictionary of Hurayish.” There are more than 5000 words in the dictionary but most of the words are stem and infinitive verb words. And also there is a table for creating a new word. Everybody can create many words as free with this form. Because of this we can say that Hurayca has a million words.

New Word Creating and Adding to Dictionary

Hurayish has a dictionary and more than 5000 words. Also everybody can create a new word and add it to the dictionary. You can check the “Türetek Table” (Creating Form). You can create a new word with this table.

The Rules to Create a New Word

  1. The new word must be available to Hurayish language rules.
  2. There is no rule that the word should start with a letter or end a letter.
  3. The basic word can be same like the word which is in Hurayisch dictionary. But we prefer that you create different basic words from the words in the Dictionary.
  4. It can be taken basic words from other foreign languages. But these words have to be created available to Hurayisch voice and letter rule. For Example: If you want to add and create a word for “Check in” and want to take this word from English, you have to use it like: “Çekin”. Because it is a language that is read as it is written and written as it is read.
  5. If you use the basic word from Adjective and verb, you can create a new word with Türetek Table as well as.
  6. If you want to create a new word for Hurayish for the other foreign word, the first step is using the Verbs and creating it with the Türetek Table. The Creator of Al Bakiyye and Hurayish prefer that we create a new word with this method.

New Word Creating Methods

  1. Create a new word with a verb or adjective according to Türetek Table and Forms.
  2. Combine the names, verbs, adjectives with the preposition or conjunction.
  3. Adapt the foreign word from other languages to the Hurayish language.
  4. Revive the old words from old languages.
  5. Use the adjectives or Verbs Clauses.

For Example: “Bimedtêu” (The worthless promise)

Let’s show this in a table with this Create Table (Türetek).

(This form is only an example. All forms were not used.)

Prefixes - Suffix Hûrayca English
İnfinitive as hang
İmperative as! hang!
Location Astay Execution Table, Gallows
Person Asman Executioner
Person Asmend The person capable of hanging a man
Negative Asñuz Does not hang
Opposites Antias Anti-death, Anti-death
Timing Asgâh Execution time
Place  - Tool Asyut The place where hanging items are placed; Wardrobe, Cloakroom, Coat Rack
Adjective / conjunction Asup Hanging
Name Asu Hanger, hanger,
Incorrect Action Yanas Wrong hang
Name Asku sullen (Noun / Adjective)
Verb Noun Aslam Vine (Name)
Tool-Bag Asğa Hanging bag, hanging rack
Reason Junas To hang
Reflexivity Asaw Hang
Passive Zeşas Hang up
Product Asjak Hanger, Laundry,
Negative İmperative Ñâas Don't hang!, not hang

Letter Coding System

It is a letter coding system used to indicate the correct letter spelling to the opposite side when vocalizing a word or phrase.

A Adam L Land
 Âğûş M Mavu
B Barq N Nazar
C Caxku Ñ Ñaesk
Ç Çağala O Odung
D Deko Ö Önel
E Ebe P Pagima
Ê Êda R Radu
F Foran Ř Řiy
G Garay S Sıyav
Ğ Ğaztay Ş Şehvânî
Ģ Ģupyut T Tamur
H Han U Udu
X Xatu Ü Üzüm
I Ilgar Û Ûlvu
İ İlyar V Vaslam
Î Îmâ W Wapku
J Jamğa Y Yadku
K Keju Z Zehra
Q Qazku

Sample

Lâ Kuzey Yel mi Kün wurden şuğulerti kio kon ist enbatup or wurde ollar muunerterti lâ Ğazlam ber Yutman kio ken ol zeşglava ey özi Geyuat Çuklam olwan yolman. El Kuzey Yel wurde sınaerti bertal or gümerti ol tümbatulen. Jedox Nû kal olın Gümuat ist Kescan kalol eyol. Dem Bay Cayran tüm lâ Umuat-iatkol wurde el Yel seserti zu el Kün. El Kün wurde alunerti Lârp mit tüm lâ İssi Řiyol. Ya Yolman wurde hesserti ya issi Mutanurungat Gavuanrakfi aks ol wurde çıpawerti or ist lâ Cıbıl in ber ya Sukend or aks wurde ol yunawerti.

Glavung ist eyrak el Batufin.

The North Wind and the Sun were disputing which was the strongest, and then a man wearing a warm cloak came. They said that the one who could make the man take off his cloak was the strongest.

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