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===First, Second, and Third Person Pronouns===
  
 
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==Alphabet==
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The Diamavyan alphabet consists of 9 vowels, 22 consonants, and the letter Ԓ which acts as both a vowel and a consonant. The alphabet also contains three digraphs which are formed if they are not immediately followed by an H.
 
The Diamavyan alphabet consists of 9 vowels, 22 consonants, and the letter Ԓ which acts as both a vowel and a consonant. The alphabet also contains three digraphs which are formed if they are not immediately followed by an H.
  
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|Coscivian || Kosihvyihn
 
|Coscivian || Kosihvyihn
 
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|He || Jih
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|Great (Geographical)|| Glѧjцmn
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|Great (Personal)|| Plѧjцmn
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|He ||
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|Her || Ƨԓm
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|Him || Jԓm
 
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|Home || Yanier
 
|Home || Yanier
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|I || Jun
 
|I || Jun
 
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|It || Nih
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|Land || Atihr
 
|Land || Atihr
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|Northern || Nihrehr
 
|Northern || Nihrehr
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|Me || Jum
 
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|Minute || Mihnuote
 
|Minute || Mihnuote
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|One (Numerical) || Vone
 
|One (Numerical) || Vone
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|Our || Ƨup
 
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|Outermost || Tolizemyy
 
|Outermost || Tolizemyy
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|Region || Kresiah
 
|Region || Kresiah
 
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|She || Vih
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|She || Ƨԓ
 
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|Southern ||Siahr
 
|Southern ||Siahr
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|State || Tierenfih
 
|State || Tierenfih
 
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|Tea || Tey
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|Tea || Ta
 
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|Territory || Tinansyiene
 
|Territory || Tinansyiene
 
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|They (Indefinite)|| Nөh
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|They (Indefinite)|| Nөm
 
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|They (Nominative)|| Vөh
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|They (Nominative)|| Ƨөm
 
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|To || Azt
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|They (Indefinite)|| Nө
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|They (Nominative)|| Ƨө
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|To || Ezt
 
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|The || Taz
 
|The || Taz
 
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|Vandarchal || Vandarten
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|Union (National)|| Sԓioz
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|Union (Personal)|| Sԓioh
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|Us || Ƨum
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|Vandarchal || Vendurtihn
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|We || Ƨun
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|You (Objective Singular)|| Jum
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|You (Subjective Singular)|| Jun
 
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|We || Jier
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|You (Objective Plural)|| Num
 
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|You (Singular)|| Vun
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|You (Subjective Plural)|| Nun
 
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|You (Plural)|| Vier
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Revision as of 22:15, 10 November 2019

Diamavyan
Spoken inDiamavya, Northern Levantia (see below)
Native speakers330 million (2034)
Language family
Writing systemLatin (Diamavyan alphabet)
Official status
Official language in Diamavya
 Mortropiv Union
Language codes
ISO 639-1dia
ISO 639-2dm
ISO 639-3dmv

Grammer

Grammatical Characteristics

First, Second, and Third Person Pronouns

Written Language

Alphabet

The Diamavyan alphabet consists of 9 vowels, 22 consonants, and the letter Ԓ which acts as both a vowel and a consonant. The alphabet also contains three digraphs which are formed if they are not immediately followed by an H.

Letters

Letters Name IPA
(Standard pronunciation)
IPA
(Alternate pronunciation)
Speech Sound Type Note
A a a [ˈeɪ] Vowel
Ѧ ѧ ѧ [ˈɔ] Vowel
B b ba [ˈb] Consonant
C c [ˈtʃ] Consonant
D d da [ˈd] Consonant
E e e [ˈæ] Vowel
Ɛ ɛ ɛ [ˈi] Vowel
F f ɛf [ˈf] Consonant
G g gi [ˈg] Consonant
H h [ˈh] Consonant
I i i [ˈe] [ˈɪ] Vowel [1] [2]
J j ja [ˈdʒ] Consonant
K k ka [ˈk] Consonant
L l ihl [ˈl] Consonant
Ԓ ԓ el [ˈɒ:ˡ] Consonantal Vowel
M m ɛm [ˈm] Consonant
N n ihn [ˈn] Consonant
O o o [ˈoʊ] [ˈɒ] Vowel
Ө ө ө [ˈaʊ] Vowel
P p pa [ˈp] Consonant
R r ur [ˈr] Consonant
S s ihs [ˈʒ] Consonant
Ƨ ƨ shɛ [ˈʃ] Consonant
Ԏ ԏ thih [ˈθ] [ˈð] Consonant
T t [ˈt] Consonant
U u u [ˈʌ] ['ə] Vowel
Ц ц ц ['ʊ] Vowel
V v vih [ˈv] Consonant
W w wa [ˈw] Consonant
X x ɛx [ˈex] Consonant
Y y yih [ˈj] Consonant
Z z za [ˈz] Consonant

Digraphs

Letters Name IPA
(Standard pronunciation)
IPA
(Alternate pronunciation)
Note
Ia ia ['aɪ] [3]
Io io ['ɔɪ] [3]
Ou ou ['u:]

Glossary of Words

Word in English Word in Diamavyan
Above Өtur
Air Eihr
All Ihnem
Alliance Ihnemyihn
And Iht
And the Ihtaz
Arch Art
Coscivian Kosihvyihn
Great (Geographical) Glѧjцmn
Great (Personal) Plѧjцmn
He
Her Ƨԓm
Him Jԓm
Home Yanier
I Jun
It
Land Atihr
Love Dihmarz
Nomadic Orejihn
Northern Nihrehr
Me Jum
Minute Mihnuote
Of Zat
Of the Zataz
One (Personal) Mav
One (Numerical) Vone
Our Ƨup
Outermost Tolizemyy
Party (Political) Vekre
People (Singular) Pѧpyoule
People (Plural) Pѧpyoulez
Region Kresiah
She Ƨԓ
Southern Siahr
State Tierenfih
Tea Ta
Territory Tinansyiene
They (Indefinite) Nөm
They (Nominative) Ƨөm
They (Indefinite)
They (Nominative) Ƨө
To Ezt
The Taz
Union (National) Sԓioz
Union (Personal) Sԓioh
Us Ƨum
Vandarchal Vendurtihn
We Ƨun
You (Objective Singular) Jum
You (Subjective Singular) Jun
You (Objective Plural) Num
You (Subjective Plural) Nun
Your Nup
  1. The letter I makes the [ˈe] sound when it or the vowel after it is immediately followed by an H.
  2. The letter I makes the [ˈɪ] sound when it or the vowel after it is not immediately followed by an H.
  3. 3.0 3.1 The letters that make up this digraph make their seperate sounds when they are immediately followed by an H.