Tba

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Tba is an L-Austronesian language spoken in the island of New Hercynia in Lõis's Southeast Asia. It's inspired by Estonian, and is much more purist than Kirkkaselhümb.


Todo

Introduction

Phonology

a e i o u ŭ: /a e i o u ɨ/

aa ee ii oo uu ŭŭ + diphthongs

p t z ĉ c k b d ĝ g: /p t ts c k ʔ b d ɟ g/

f ŝ s ĥ h m n l r v j ĵ: /f θ s ç x~h m n l r w j ð/


Orthography

Consonants

Vowels

Prosody

Stress

Intonation

Phonotactics

Morphophonology

Morphology

Nouns

Tba has (some large number of) cases.

luof = land (from Proto-Tbaic *luəH, ultimately from Iranian)

luofe, luofu, luofuz, luofem, luofeĥ, luofere, luofina, luofido, luofeta ...

Syntax

Constituent order

Noun phrase

Verb phrase

Sentence phrase

Dependent clauses

Example texts

Other resources