|This user, Juhhmi, has created the Aoma language which was later featured thanks to its level of quality, plausibility and usage capabilities.|
juhhmi may be pronounced simply as /juhmɪ/ with /h/ often varying between /x/ and /χ/.
- Age: <30 years
- Homeland: Finland
- Mother tongue: Finnish
- Other real-world languages studied or wanting to: English, Russian, Swedish,,, German, Latin, Dutch, Japanese, ...
- University studies: High-energy astrophysics
- Neurology, consciousness, the origins of languages
- Architecture: always enjoyed building in the Sims 2 and Simcity 4 as well as Cities Skylines; Neo-Gothic and Art Nouveau are some of my favourite styles
- Arts: drawing, calligraphy (especially Western medieval), aquarelle painting, photography
- Fantasy and Science Fiction: always enjoyed reading as well as watching films, while playing Skyrim probably got me into worldbuilding
- Worldbuilding, Akekata: conlanguages, scripts, cartography, environments, history, cultures, religions, magic, technology, ... Planning on using the world as a setting for my stories (mostly in Finnish)
My Akekata project has been on a break but I've recently started to work on it again. I'll be updating many things here in the (near) future.
Note, the world has somewhat changed and a new map will be ready at some point.
I've decided that these previously created languages might be proto-languages or the reworked world.
(often from scripts)
- Rinapri (Ancient Herooku)
- Pokutii (Agurnum & Dowè dialect)
- Khesify Roha (Windy Island/Coast)
- Khattish (Khat region & Guard dialect)
- Kher as a minority language of Khat Region (formerly Kher), descendants on Border Chain and north-western coast of Cold Sea
- Thoschian (Kchnosh in Eastern Herooku & related Saravosian)
- Aei (protolanguage in south-western Ocean of Isles)
- Pewu (Pewuty peninsula in northern Land of Rain)
- Ljopva (spellcasters of Twin Islands)
- Irbel (one of the isolates of Western Kingdoms)
- Classical Lethusian (proto-language for many languages now spoken in south-western Land of Rain)
- Lordlang (polysynthetic telepathic communication with the Lords, vowel-element-correspondence)
- Godlang (spoken version of the polysynthetic lordlang, favoured by gods, taught to men)
- Magical writing technique revolving around hexagons
- Spellang (corrupted godlang with symbol script → spellmarks)
- Aeropendogyrograph (? = mind-controlled spinning top which is made to spin around its axis, hovering over a paper and (burning?) writing onto it, jumping from mark to mark)
- Centre Creole (from Auma, Lusha, Pókutìi and Westlang; used by the spellcaster nation)
- Kher-descendant (on the yet nameless large island between the Khat coast and Guard)
- Alihian (Round Waters; related to Jindwan)
- Nendian (related to Ljopva)
A language tree which will be chopped soon: