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[ʋənaçən, ʋnaçn̩]
Registered by [Deactivated User] on 28 October 2018
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Banatian
BANATIAN (is a romlang)

- in the declensions, the schwa (even a simple -ə) will be dropped in informal speech from all compatible paradigms except for syllabic support;
- evolution of Latin declensions: 1 + 2 → 1 (masculines); 3 → 2 (feminines); 4 + 5 → 3 (either);
- third declension applies on syncopated masculines and feminines and loans;
- remarkably, arhizotonic emphatic forms of the nouns emerged, forming some sort of prepositional case marked along with the other declensions;
- remarkable disregard of endings in classifying words (-ere endings are not typical of any specific conjugation etc.);
- conjugations 1, 2, 3 are increasingly palatophile (played a role in assimilation);
- nominative, accusative and dative-genitive;
- adjectival first declension applies to regulars;
- adjectival second declension (inherited from Romanian) applies to irregulars and loans;
- evolution of Latin conjugations: 1 → 1; 2 + 3 → 2; 4 → 3; ∅ → 4 (from Romanian);
- the conditional is formed on a merging of future and imperfect endings;
- the third conjugation shows use of the archaic Latin future endings and retains the /-wi-/ endings for the past tense in the form of /-wej-/;
- dative in pronouns disappeared; indirect objets are preposed to the verb and direct objects postposed to it, both marked as accusative; Banatian has generalized the indirect transitivity (a.k.a. "dative") for any verb of transfer or movement;
- verbal compound word order is: (negator) - verbal pronoun - auxiliary - (indirect object) - participle - (direct object);
- very productive compound verbal forms;
- deriving nouns from pronominal verbs works as follows: ”s(ə,') layzâre” → ”slayzâ”;
- n|dl → ll (dinlə → dillə);
- ə+V# → 'V# (+ emphatic form if it's a noun: ə autə → 'aut).

Note: /ɰ/ comes from an intermediary /ʂ,ʐ/ stage.
Sample of Banatian[view] Yeu su non rešponsibiləm hues.

I am not a responsible adult.
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Ləs myêrit huiděs lohuyou mey igyəs yešt ca su ləs yehə soulsəs huědey əccittou les srihes.
The reason I talk to myself is because I’m the only one whose answers I accept.
Nasal m   n     ɲ    
Plosive p b   t d     c ɟ   k g
Fricative     s z ʃ ʒ [ɕ]1 [ɕ:]2 [ʑ]3 [ç]4 [ʝ]5  
Affricate       t͡ʃ d͡ʒ6        
Lateral approximant     l          
Approximant   ʋ       [j]7 ʍ w  
Trill     r          
Blends [cɕ]8 [ɟʑ]9
  1. Allophone of /ʃç,sç,cʒ/
  2. Allophone of /ʃcʒ,ʃɕ,çːʒ,/
  3. Allophone of /ʒʝ/
  4. In contact with a vowel, allophone of /c/
  5. In contact with a vowel, allophone of /ɟ/
  6. Rare, mostly loans.
  7. Word-initially, allophone of /g/
  8. Allophone of /cʃ/
  9. Allophone of /ɟʒ/
Close i i: [ɨ]1 u u:
Close-mid e e:   o o:
Mid   ə  
Open a   ɒ:
Polyphthongs əj
  1. Word-finally (reflecting ey#/i and ow#/u), allophone of /əj/
Below is the orthography for Banatian. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 BanatianOrthography [edit]
Ââ/ɒ:/Aa/a/Bb/b/, [ʋ]1Čč/t͡ʃ/Cc/k/CY cy/c/, [ç]2Dd/d/Êê/e:/Ee/e/
Ěě/əj/, [ɨ]3Gg/g/, [j]4GY gy/ɟ/, [ʝ]5Hh/x̞/HU hu/ʍ/Ii/i/Îî/i:/Jj/d͡ʒ/6Ļļ/w/
Šš/ʃ/Tt/t/Uu/w/, /u/Ûû/u:/Vv/ʋ/Yy/j/Žž/ʒ/Zz/z/Əə/ə/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order [change]
  1. Word-initially
  2. In contact with a vowel
  3. Word-finally (reflecting ey#/i and ow#/u)
  4. Word-initially
  5. In contact with a vowel
  6. Rare, mostly loans.
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Verbal system details 25-Dec-19 17:35
Adjective derivations 14-Dec-19 16:44
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