Proto-Glaeglo-Hyudrontic

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Proto-Glaeglo-Hyudrontic
PGH
Created by Elliott Wheeler
Setting Verse:Sel
Region Valhattbott (likely originated in southwestern valleys)
Language family
Glaeglo-Hyudrontic
  • Proto-Glaeglo-Hyudrontic
ISO 639-3

Proto-Glaeglo-Hyudrontic (PGH) is the reconstructed common ancestor of the Glaeglo-Hyudrontic languages, the vast majority of which are found on the continent of Valhattbott on the planet ZE-1b.

Phonology

Consonants

PGH consonant phonemes
Labial Denti-alveolar Palatal Uvelar Glottal
Nasal *m *N
Plosive voiceless *p *t *c *q
voiced *b *d *j *G
Approximant *w *l *y *L *h
Trill *X

Vowels

PGH vowel phonemes
Front-central
unrounded rounded
Close
Mid
Low *a

Stress

Phonotactics

Morphology

Compound-words

Compound-words in PGH have a strict format to them & their creation. Namely, while a variety of stems may be included in compounding, all compounds are nouns. Similarly, the first stem in the compound typically acts as somewhat of a descriptor to the second stem, which is often a noun itself.

Syntax

Clades

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