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? KathTheDragon Beware the Dragon
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, Baroness, United Kingdom
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Chattaiumas
/xat'tajumas/
[χɐt:ɐɥumɐs]
? Rhetorica Sleepless Scribe
posts: 1228
, Kelatetía, Koitra, Illera
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Dzúvê, zê:
Sure, yeah:

Ksreskézaian languages
Oksiko [oːk.ˈs̪i.kxoː]
Oksirapho [oːk.ˈs̪i.ɻa.pʼfoː]

Lilitika and dialects
Lilitika [lə.ˈlɪ.tə.ka]
Íomanazinení [ˌiː.o.ma.ˈnaz.n̩.nɛ.niː]
Zeyetaní [ze.jə.ˈta.niː]
Venrafía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.ˈfiː.a] or more formally Venrafivía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.fɪ.ˈviː.a]
Sarasí [s̪a.ˈra.s̪i] (yes, Nessari, even though it's an <r>; I just added sorta-real allophone rules, look 'em up!)
Illeran [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɻan] or [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɽan]
Ketalán [kɛ.cʼa.ˈlan] (wait, what? where did that come from? oh god my tongue is broken)
Doisseian [dʼəɪ.ˈɹ̝̊e.an] (uhhhhh sam what are you doing)
Dísséan [ɟiːɹ̝̊iːæn] (ahhh make it stoppp)

Sí altsithika: kedovyera iv súnagha ighése...
My accent: worse than I thought...
? Izambri Left of the middle
posts: 831
, Duke, Catatonia
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Is mermeraig nas cassardi èu datz. Is remarn turs èu romansar is mistarmi rademartènid tir a ont aitàs fertarderanzi.
Cassardian's phonetic system is finished. The next step is to order the basic morphosyntactic rules so they can be developed in the future.
? Izambri Left of the middle
posts: 831
, Duke, Catatonia
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Erdes ses magheres noies ant detz eudevestarmatzes. Se fonce èu en naufes.
All my cookies have been self-destroyed. The kitchen is ablaze.
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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quoting KathAveara:
Chattaiumas
/xat'tajumas/
[χɐt:ɐɥumɐs]

Śène hatejumesi cèřevå.
[ɕɛnə hatəjuməsi tsɛɹəʋɒ]
Śènethat.NOM.S hatejumesiChattaiumas.ACC.S be-ře-NOM.3S.B-vå-SUBJ

That would be hatejumese.
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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quoting Rhetorica:
Dzúvê, zê:
Sure, yeah:

Ksreskézaian languages
Oksiko [oːk.ˈs̪i.kxoː]
Oksirapho [oːk.ˈs̪i.ɻa.pʼfoː]

Śènå uoksikhuoji ńê uoksiřaphuoji cèzievå.
[ɕɛnɒ u̯oksikʰu̯oji ɲeː u̯oksiɹapʰu̯oji tsɛzi̯eʋɒ]
ŚènåMED.NOM.D uoksikhuojiOksiko.ACC.S ńêand uoksiřaphuojiOksirapho.ACC.S be-zie-NOM.3D.B-vå.-SUBJ

These would be uoksikhuo and uoksiřaphuo.

quoting Rhetorica:
Lilitika and dialects
Lilitika [lə.ˈlɪ.tə.ka]
Íomanazinení [ˌiː.o.ma.ˈnaz.n̩.nɛ.niː]
Zeyetaní [ze.jə.ˈta.niː]
Venrafía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.ˈfiː.a] or more formally Venrafivía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.fɪ.ˈviː.a]
Sarasí [s̪a.ˈra.s̪i] (yes, Nessari, even though it's an <r>; I just added sorta-real allophone rules, look 'em up!)
Illeran [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɻan] or [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɽan]
Ketalán [kɛ.cʼa.ˈlan] (wait, what? where did that come from? oh god my tongue is broken)
Doisseian [dʼəɪ.ˈɹ̝̊e.an] (uhhhhh sam what are you doing)
Dísséan [ɟiːɹ̝̊iːæn] (ahhh make it stoppp)

Śèna liliteći, îuomanezenèńi, siejetańi, vènepîeji, saresi, ileřańi, ćèćełańi, dzîřieańi ńê dźîřîańi cèzivå.
[ɕɛna ʎiʎitətɕi iːu̯omanəzənɛɲi si̯ejətaɲi ʋɛnəpiːəji sarəsi iʎəɹaɲi tɕɛtɕəlaɲi dziːɹi̯eaɲi ɲeː dʑiːɹiːaɲi tsɛzivɒ]
ŚènaMED.NOM.P liliteći,Lilitika.ACC.S îuomanezenèńi,Íomanazinení.ACC.S siejetańi,Zeyetaní.ACC.S vènepîeji,Venrafía.ACC.S saresiSarasí.ACC.S, ileřańi,Illeran.ACC.S ćèćełańi,Ketalán.ACC.S dzîřieańiDoisseian.ACC.S ńêand dźîřîańiDísséan.ACC.S be-zi-NOM.3P.B-vå.-SUBJ

These would be liliteke, îuomanezenèńi, siejetańi, vènepîe, saresi, ileřane, ćèćełane, dzîřieane, and dźîřîane.

Dzîřieane ńê dźîřîane śe hamemińi måřezie.
[dziːɹi̯eanə ɲeː dʑiːɹiːanə ɕə haməmiɲi mɒɹəzi̯e]
DzîřieaneDoisseian.NOM.S ńêand dźîřîaneDísséan.NOM.S śeDEF hameothermińi-AGT.ACC.S måřesound_like-zie.-NOM.3D.B

Dzîřieane and dźîřîane sound much each other.

quoting Rhetorica:
Sí altsithika: kedovyera iv súnagha ighése...
My accent: worse than I thought...

Ta sŷ źie cœ śide vołe vatecieřu ta śie śède.
[ta syː ʑi̯e tsøː ɕidə ʋɔlə ʋatətsi̯eɹu ta ɕi̯e ɕɛdə]
Ta1S.NOM 3P.B.ACC źiespeak actually śiable_to-de-NOM.1S vołesimple vate-sound-cieřuway.ACC.P ta1S.NOM śiemake śèlike-de.-NOM.1S

I like creating simple phonologies that I can actually pronounce.
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Ta sie vèjecegåbu vèpe śi kade jè ta vateciemèřu źie jokeźi śide ta dźyjade.
[ta si̯e ʋɛjətsəgɒbu ʋɛpə ɕi kadə jɛ ta ʋatətsi̯emɛɹu ʑi̯e jɔkəʑi ɕidə ta dʑyjadə]
Ta1S.NOM sie4.CARD stop-jece--PAT-gåbuseries.ACC.P vèpedistinguish śiable_to kaNEG-de-NOM.1S because ta1S.NOM vate-sound-cieway-mèřu-POSS.1S.ACC.P źiespeak jokenecessary-źi-ADV śiable_to-de-NOM.1S ta1S.NOM dźy-back-jatake-de-NOM.1S

I take back that I can necessarily pronounce my phonologies, since I cannot actually distinguish four stop series.
? Nessari ?????? ?????? ????????
posts: 932
, Illúbequía, Seattle, Cascadia
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Uliliosals!ulili-os-al-spause-augm-agt-nom.sg
Quitter!
? Nortaneous ? ?????
posts: 458
, Marquis, Maryland
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quoting Travis B.:
Anyone else have their language names in IPA too?

ˈamʁoli
ˈhɛu̯ːwɪj
cḛɾɯ̃
ˈdeɣuɾi
kǃʼəkǃʰɨːj
ˈsɪɾχɪs ˈkɪɸtʙ̥
ˈkʷʰɔnnəʍ
mjæɾ
ŋmŭˈraɣ
ˈpɛɱˌvrɔʃ
wōɴ
wə̰
βəɲi
ʔβɪŋ
? Jipí der saz ûf eime steine
posts: 287
, Transition Metal, Germany
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Sa ming tahavāng-hen narānye-ikaning sikay?
PT can have-2.A=all language-PL.T=many-so in.which.way?
How can y'all have so many languages?
? Rhetorica Sleepless Scribe
posts: 1228
, Kelatetía, Koitra, Illera
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Írísa rafzímaki... khé íríza lo zhokaki.
I have dialects... and he [Nort] has potsherds.
? Matrix Chronicler of the Myriad
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Ancient (Nugmet) [nugmɛt]
Epœcuɒtœ [ebɶɟu̯ɒdɶ]
Gwopfas [ŋˤwɔp̪͡fas]
Hurga ker Maja [ˈhuːɹɢa kɛːɹɾ ˈmad͡ʒa] or just Maja [ˈmad͡ʒa]
Ishdes [iɕɖeʂ]
Ĩŋguri [ĩŋgɯɾi]
Mecongai [mɛˈko.ŋɑʟ]
Nahaĥontl [naˈhaχɔnt͡ɬ]
Salenzian (ΣAVENΘIΣIN) [sʌɫɛnθisˈin]
Ticonderan (Ckozere) [ckɑzɪˈʀɪ]
Southlandic (Sumptlondonsk) [ˈsumptln̩dn̩sk]
Talurmen (Ta-lrm-zrq'-k'r) [tálɹ̩̀mzɹ̩̀qʰkʰɹ̩̀]
Tsargoki [ˌt̪͡θa˞gəˈki]
Old Zarcosian (Ceňxeuah koi Zariko) [ˈθeŋxewaħ koj ˈzaʁːjko]
Revived Zarcosian (Zarikoin) [ˈzaʁːjkojn]
Modern Zarcosian (Zarkosïn) [ˈãʀqoχɯn]
Kandurian (Əndəj) [ənˈzəʝ]
? kusuri posts: 37
, Survatetía, Inna Wurm
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Hellesan - Allllhazah da / Allh'azah da / Alheeh da / Hallllhazah da / Hallh'azah da / Halheeh da
Tassalean  - Tasalheh da
Peran - Peran da
Sarden - Särdeenäs da
Madinesian - Mäd'jäntiliih da
Fernond - Feeneeuuh da

Chattaiumas - Rjätttäjumäs da / Rjat'äjumäs da

Oksiko - Öhöksikrjöhöh da
Oksirapho - Öhöksirapföhöh da

Lilitika - Laliitakäh da
Íomanazinení - Jjömänäzneenih da / J'ömänäzneenih da
Zeyetaní -Zeejatänih da
Venrafía or Venrafivía - Veenrafihiah da / Veenrafiivihiah da
Sarasí - Säräsih da
Illeran - Iilaran da / Iilarran da / Iilar'an da
Ketalán - Keekälän da
Doisseian - Deireän da
Dísséan - Gihih'aan da

ˈamʁoli - Ämrjölih da
ˈhɛu̯ːwɪj - Eeuhuwiij da
cḛɾɯ̃ - Keruuh da / Keduuh da
ˈdeɣuɾi - Derjurih da
kǃʼəkǃʰɨːj - Stastühüj da
ˈsɪɾχɪs ˈkɪɸtʙ̥ - Siirjiis-Kiift da
ˈkʷʰɔnnəʍ - Kwuunah da
mjæɾ - Mjaar da
ŋmŭˈraɣ - Ŋamurarj da
ˈpɛɱˌvrɔʃ - Peemvroosj da / Peemvröösj da
wōɴ - Won da / Woŋ da
wə̰ - Wah da
βəɲi - Vanih da / Vaŋih da
ʔβɪŋ  - Viiŋ da


Deik fiit-swhiindd:
Now, a conjoke:

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? Izambri Left of the middle
posts: 831
, Duke, Catatonia
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quoting atreides:
Hellesan - Allllhazah da / Allh'azah da / Alheeh da / Hallllhazah da / Hallh'azah da / Halheeh da

rowdy-rathore-meme-generator-mother-of-a
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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These names are given in the fourth principal part:

ˈamʁoli - añoli [aŋɔʎi]
ˈhɛu̯ːwɪj - śœvi [ɕøːʋi]
cḛɾɯ̃ - ćieru [tɕi̯eru]
ˈdeɣuɾi - dzieǧuźi [dzi̯eɰuʑi]
kǃʼəkǃʰɨːj - kaćhi [katɕʰi]
ˈsɪɾχɪs ˈkɪɸtʙ̥ - siśićhitu [siɕitɕʰitu]
ˈkʷʰɔnnəʍ - końeve [kɔɲəʋə]
mjæɾ - miare [mi̯arə]
ŋmŭˈraɣ - murege [murəɡə]
ˈpɛɱˌvrɔʃ - pèmreśe [pɛmrəɕə]
wōɴ - vuoñe [ʋu̯oŋə]
wə̰ - va [ʋa]
βəɲi - vańi [ʋaɲi]
ʔβɪŋ - viñe [ʋiŋə]
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Ancient (Nugmet) [nugmɛt] - dźèłu nugńete [dʑɛlu nuɟɲətə]
Epœcuɒtœ [ebɶɟu̯ɒdɶ] - iebedźuade [i̯ebədʑu̯adə]
Gwopfas [ŋˤwɔp̪͡fas] - ńuophese [ɲu̯opʰəsə]
Hurga ker Maja [ˈhuːɹɢa kɛːɹɾ ˈmad͡ʒa] or just Maja [ˈmad͡ʒa] - madźe [madʑə]
Ishdes [iɕɖeʂ] - idzhèśe [idzʱɛɕə]
Ĩŋguri [ĩŋgɯɾi] - iñuźi [iŋuʑi]
Mecongai [mɛˈko.ŋɑʟ] - mègeñałe [mɛɡəŋalə]
Nahaĥontl [naˈhaχɔnt͡ɬ] - naehone [naəhɔnə]
Salenzian (ΣAVENΘIΣIN) [sʌɫɛnθisˈin] - soleńizine [sɔʎəɲizinə]
Ticonderan (Ckozere) [ckɑzɪˈʀɪ] - kåziji [kɒziji]
Southlandic (Sumptlondonsk) [ˈsumptln̩dn̩sk] - sudłeneghe [sudlənəɡʱə]
Talurmen (Ta-lrm-zrq'-k'r) [tálɹ̩̀mzɹ̩̀qʰkʰɹ̩̀] - tałermezerkhere [talərməzərkʰərə]
Tsargoki [ˌt̪͡θa˞gəˈki] - cargeći [tsarɡətɕi]
Old Zarcosian (Ceňxeuah koi Zariko) [ˈθeŋxewaħ koj ˈzaʁːjko] - dźèłu saźike [dʑɛlu saʑikə]
Revived Zarcosian (Zarikoin) [ˈzaʁːjkojn] - śiacå saźike [ɕi̯atsɒ saʑikə]
Modern Zarcosian (Zarkosïn) [ˈãʀqoχɯn] - ćêne saźike [tɕeːnə saʑikə]
Kandurian (Əndəj) [ənˈzəʝ] - ańi [aɲi]

? Nortaneous ? ?????
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, Marquis, Maryland
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Amqoli. These get pretty badly mangled since nouns can't end in or start with /e/ and can't end in nasals.

quoting Rhetorica:
Ksreskézaian languages
Oksiko [oːk.ˈs̪i.kxoː]
Oksirapho [oːk.ˈs̪i.ɻa.pʼfoː]

Lilitika and dialects
Lilitika [lə.ˈlɪ.tə.ka]
Íomanazinení [ˌiː.o.ma.ˈnaz.n̩.nɛ.niː]
Zeyetaní [ze.jə.ˈta.niː]
Venrafía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.ˈfiː.a] or more formally Venrafivía [ˌvɛn.ɹə.fɪ.ˈviː.a]
Sarasí [s̪a.ˈra.s̪i] (yes, Nessari, even though it's an <r>; I just added sorta-real allophone rules, look 'em up!)
Illeran [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɻan] or [ɪl.lɚ.ˈɽan]
Ketalán [kɛ.cʼa.ˈlan] (wait, what? where did that come from? oh god my tongue is broken)
Doisseian [dʼəɪ.ˈɹ̝̊e.an] (uhhhhh sam what are you doing)
Dísséan [ɟiːɹ̝̊iːæn] (ahhh make it stoppp)

Ksikho [ksɨkˣo]
Ksirpho [ksɨrpˣo]
Litaka [jitaka]
Zhomnazeri [ʒomnazerʲi]
Zetali [zetaji]
Bendrapshi [bendrapʃi]
Sarashi [saraʃi]
Ilira [ijira]
Kechala [ketʃaɫa]
Dezha [deʒa]
Jirizha [dʒiriʒa]

quoting Matrix:
Ancient (Nugmet) [nugmɛt]
Epœcuɒtœ [ebɶɟu̯ɒdɶ]
Gwopfas [ŋˤwɔp̪͡fas]
Hurga ker Maja [ˈhuːɹɢa kɛːɹɾ ˈmad͡ʒa] or just Maja [ˈmad͡ʒa]
Ishdes [iɕɖeʂ]
Ĩŋguri [ĩŋgɯɾi]
Mecongai [mɛˈko.ŋɑʟ]
Nahaĥontl [naˈhaχɔnt͡ɬ]
Salenzian (ΣAVENΘIΣIN) [sʌɫɛnθisˈin]
Ticonderan (Ckozere) [ckɑzɪˈʀɪ]
Southlandic (Sumptlondonsk) [ˈsumptln̩dn̩sk]
Talurmen (Ta-lrm-zrq'-k'r) [tálɹ̩̀mzɹ̩̀qʰkʰɹ̩̀]
Tsargoki [ˌt̪͡θa˞gəˈki]
Old Zarcosian (Ceňxeuah koi Zariko) [ˈθeŋxewaħ koj ˈzaʁːjko]
Revived Zarcosian (Zarikoin) [ˈzaʁːjkojn]
Modern Zarcosian (Zarkosïn) [ˈãʀqoχɯn]
Kandurian (Əndəj) [ənˈzəʝ]

Bojuda [boʒuda]
Mophas [mopˣas]
Maja [madʒa]
Izhdesh [iʒdeʃ]
Imguri [iŋgurʲi]
Mekomgax [mekoŋgax]
Nahaqondu [naˈhaʁondu]
Salentisi [saɫɛntɨsɨ]
Chkaziqi [tʃkazɨʁɨ]
Sumtandask [sumtandask]
Talamzaxa [talamzaxa]
Thagaki [tˣaɣakɨ]
Zaqiko [zaʁɨko]
Zaqikoli [zaʁɨkoji]
Aqoxi [aʁoxɨ]
Endzazh [endzaʒ]

edit: (since these are in-world, the names are mostly borrowed through... I'm not sure yet, but I'm assuming Enzielu for now.)
Hebzhu
Cheru
Deguri
Enmaro
( < jeinharĕu, ~= Ur-Hathic)
Setsxepu
Polu
Mzharu
Mularu
Bomu
Bemgu
Beli
Bimgi
? Travis B. posts: 603
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Words absolutely could not start in vowels in Proto-Søkkli, but for stuff like this I felt I had to ease that restriction in Sèćli, presumably due to increased contact with languages with word-initial vowels. Also I didn't like the way the h- I prepended to vowel-initial words in Proto-Søkkli.
? Travis B. posts: 603
, Crystallogen, Milwaukee, Wisconsin
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Ha cia mařu nô va tèłe joe mařu juge vanî.
[ha tsi̯a maɹu noː ʋa tɛlə jɔə maɹu juɡe ʋaniː]
Ha3P.NOM cia3.CARD mařulanguage.ACC.P solely vahave tèłe1S.GEN joemore mařulanguage.ACC.P jugeEMPH vahave-nî.-NOM.2P

You guys definitely have more language varieties than me, who has only three languages.

Mèřemène dźèłu sèćli [sœkːli], sèćli [sɛtɕʎi], ńê todzi [tʰote] cèzu.
[mɛɹəmɛnə dʑɛlu sɛtɕʎi sœkːli sɛtɕʎi sɛtɕʎi ɲeː tɔdzi tʰote tsɛzu]
Mèřelanguage-mène-POSS.1S.NOM.S dźèłuold sèćli [sœkːli],Søkkli.ACC.S sèćli [sɛtɕʎi]Sèćli.ACC.S ńêand todzi [tʰote]Thote.ACC.S be-zu-NOM.3P.C
My languages are Proto-Søkkli [sœkːli], Sèćli [sɛtɕʎi], and Thote [tʰote].
? Matrix Chronicler of the Myriad
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quoting Travis B.:
Ha cia mařu nô va tèłe joe mařu juge vanî.
[ha tsi̯a maɹu noː ʋa tɛlə jɔə maɹu juɡe ʋaniː]
Ha3P.NOM cia3.CARD mařulanguage.ACC.P solely vahave tèłe1S.GEN joemore mařulanguage.ACC.P jugeEMPH vahave-nî.-NOM.2P

You guys definitely have more language varieties than me, who has only three languages.

Il, falu, kos konmu hrancuin ar hranjasir koko rak hurgai yalen. Cal zu azkelkainaloset kemucuini kos koko kai nil endos.
Of course, but only a few of my languages have any sizable grammar or lexicon. A few of them are little more than phonological inventories.