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New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« on: November 07, 2014, 07:15:03 pm »
The Nuykplìsian language (or bllabllablla in Nuykplìsian) is a language created today by me. It is included in the story I'm currently writing, The Time Capsule, which happens in the year 6939. I created the language to make it more interesting and because that English will not exist anymore in 5000 years.

As for the sounds, they change:

All the time:
e  /eɪ/
i /aɪ/
ì  /ɪ/
a  /ɑ/
ll  /lˌ/
er /ə/
t  /tʼ/ (ejectives! Like in Na'vi!)
ś /ʃ/
ng /ŋ/

The alphabet (or, actually, the sounds, because there is no latin alphabet in 6939): a b d dj e f h i ì k ll m n o p r s ś t u v w x y z

Example of words:

Hill = Hello
ìnkllś = English (borrowed from English)
dìdìr = dear
ster = to be
hab = to have
wt = to find
vnka = to come
yam = to call (example sentence: misen yam mis Vawmataw (My name is Vawmataw [I call myself Vawmataw])
sanx = gift
masmap = mouth map (borrowed from English, but the right term would be malsì pìk)
plìs = city
kayarel = drawing
nìn = no
kayaya = holy
kut = God
wu = whoa/wow
pe = what
aa = oh
ymym = hunger
si = to do

Verb tenses:
Similar to Na'vi :D

no affix for the present, but add an s at the 3rd person singular
ol /-od - past
ev - subjunctive
r - imperfective (unfinished)

Case endings:

-en accusative
-tu dative
-sì genitive

The story will be available soon, so you can discover more about the language.

« Last Edit: June 29, 2017, 09:11:39 am by Vawmataw »

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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #1 on: November 08, 2014, 04:25:15 am »
Hill Vawmataw, mis yam mis Wìlìm. Vawmatawsì sanx ster dìdìr mistu ;)

(And yes, that is probably entirely wrong :))
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #2 on: November 08, 2014, 05:53:39 am »
(or bllabllablla in Nuykplìsian)
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wt = to find
??? no vocal? Eltur oeyä tìtxen si.

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The story will be available soon, so you can discover more about the language.
Txantsan! :D

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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #3 on: November 08, 2014, 06:08:16 am »
Hill Vawmataw, mis yam mis Wìlìm.
You're right. It should me misen yam mis. The first version included that the verbs and pronouns were sticked together, which meant that you could end up with misyamis. But since I decided to separate them, the normal rules apply. I will correct the mistake.

Vawmatawsì sanx ster dìdìr mistu ;)
Your sentence is really good. (or my language is really simple)
Actually, it would be Vawmatawsì bllablla ster tneselern mistu. I didn't add all the words from the story, sorry.

(or bllabllablla in Nuykplìsian)
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lol I know

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wt = to find
??? no vocal? Eltur oeyä tìtxen si.
Yup. Like Nuykplìs (Nu.yk.plìs) and djawnk (dja.wnk) and even Djms (derivated from James).
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #4 on: November 08, 2014, 11:32:19 am »
Wìì! The story is out!
http://tseovawmataw.weebly.com/the-time-capsule.html
Edit: Fixed mistakes. 16:59
« Last Edit: November 08, 2014, 03:59:20 pm by Vawmataw »

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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #5 on: March 19, 2015, 10:09:41 am »
Sorry, is this topic too old for me to reply?

Wow, Vawmataw, a really excellent example of the craft and of knowledge of linguistics.  I'm really happy you shared this with us, and hope you make an entry in my favorite conlang wiki, FrathWiki.

Getting published is difficult, you have to submit a certain kind of sample to as many people as you can.  I like Lulu.Com a lot, but that's not the way to try to get serious attention for your work.  It's all up to you, some people, even very talented ones probably, don't have the time to try to get published, and we're all the worse for it.

Your conlang is really great for concepts involved.  I've thought of doing something like that myself, but post priori languages are intensive.

I can make you a writing system, if you like, that's my specialty.  Any kind you want, any at all, it takes me a half hour tops.  I also know how to computer-generate vocabulary, and know a ton about conlanging.
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #6 on: March 19, 2015, 05:17:40 pm »
Thank you for offering your help! However, I'm not sure if I will develop the language more. I created that language for one story, but I don't think that I will develop it. Sorry, but thanks!

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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #7 on: March 19, 2015, 10:33:21 pm »
No, I understand.  I've made tons of conlangs and conscripts, so they don't mean much to me.  Some conlangers, I recently found out, just work on one conlang ...
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #8 on: May 18, 2017, 05:18:02 pm »
Seal - Kaldn

Ad a kerk na fak
Ì bllas mi parìz alanver

Kdìz sak ado
....
(Chorus)

nus nìn i serviv
lanìs nus ster ahìt kaldn


À l'envers

kaledon, mis ksat ad vakllim
kaledon mi okof al ìsen blote okwëer


Chinese Sleep Chant

yak kaśver, aa mis wrot
kaś fatisvod, kaś fatisvod
yak kaśver, aa mis wrot
kaś fatisvod, kaś fatisvod
kaś, kaś, kaś
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #9 on: June 29, 2017, 09:17:12 am »
I've translated the rules of a server and I wanted to keep track of it here.

- Nìn gadbla ro partid / No bad/hate speech or discrimination
- Nìn gadgadsi no parìz ololo / No bad action/abuse to people other
- Nìn spam / No spam
- Ngu dja bla bllablla ad ìtsì pidj amagunod. Inkllś-Frìśer bllabllaìz ster ad #general. Ad #random, bllablla nìn amars. / You must speak language in its place belonged. Anglo-Frisian languages be at #general. In #random, language not matters.

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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #10 on: July 05, 2017, 08:42:26 pm »
I took the language to another level by creating a script and a flag

ìs-ll-p-k-y-nu (nuykplìs, the city)
sì-ìz-mis tu-nud-sì ster-d-nu (nudster sìnudtu misìzsì) happiness/glory/prosperity to Earth/World our
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Re: New fictional language: Nuykplìsian language
« Reply #11 on: May 30, 2018, 10:12:56 am »
Oh my god you create a new language  :D
You are usesing lenition when
you want to talk about two or
more of the same things

example: one tsmukan 2 or 3 or more than 4 (smukan)

(Kx > k) (K > H)

(Px > P)  (P >F)

(Tx > T) (TS > S)

 

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