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Old East Euphratean [OEU]
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Progressing 171 words Old East Euphratean
Wikkuaya Teḫniwa
[wikkʷaja texniwa]*
Registered by KathTheDragon on 9 November 2014
Language type A posteriori
Species Human/humanoid
About Old East Euphratean Old East Euphratean is a language spoken on the southern bank of the north-west Euphrates river, in Mesopotamia. It's written in a script derived from Sumerian cuneiform.
Sample of Old East Euphratean[view] nabasneḫewa ihmis seḫniuhe watanhauguyau

My hovercraft is full of eels.
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Language treeMettic
 ⤷  Proto-Mettic
  ⤷ Proto-Euphratean
   ⤷  Old East Euphratean
[view] About MetticAn old branch of the Indo-European family, situated in Sahar. It shows affinities to the Anatolian branch, though they did not share a period of common development.
Nasal m n        
Plosive p b t     k kʷ g gʷ  
Fricative   s z     x xʷ h hʷ
Lateral approximant   l        
Approximant   ɹ j w    
Close i i: y: u
Close-mid e e:  
Open-mid   ɔ:
Open a [ɑ:]
Below is the orthography for Old East Euphratean. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 Old East EuphrateanOrthography
Aa/a/, [ɑ:]Ḫḫ/x/Bb/b/Ee/e/Gg/g/Ii/i/Kk/k/Ll/l/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
    Latest 8 related articles listed below.
    Mettic Sound Changes 09-Jul-16 21:02
    The Development of Old East Euphratean
    A diachronic exploration of Euphratean grammar.
    04-Dec-14 21:41
    Euphratean Cuneiform
    A less brief description of the Euphratean cuneiform script
    02-Dec-14 19:14
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