General

The majority of my conlangs are Thundercats inspired, for different Thunderian cultures. Ylialis is the major lingua franca (like English is here) and so international standards, including language codes, are generally in Ylialis. To continue the immersion, the conlang pages are written from the point of view of an Ylialis speaker, including writing language and country names in Ylialis. Because, why not make my life that much more difficult?

Cheat sheet:

common Ylialis affixes:
-ali- = language (see below for examples)
-kuli- / -kusli- = speaker of a language, eg: Yliakulis, Okekuslen
-k- / -kus- = citizen, inhabitant / -ese, -ian, -er. Eg: Lunderka / Lunderkusa = Thunderian / Thunderians, Okekuslen = Okelenese
-aokwi = related or belonging to / -ish, -ian. eg: Omlirtaokwi = Omlirtean
Other stuff:
vor- = family or group in Ravar / Ramalir. Written 'mor-' in Ylialis.

Conlangs

Dates are given in SE (sword era) dating from the forging of the Sword of Omens. The current year is 3504 SE.

General

tsako language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: Tsaŋgekii
  • IPA: /ˈtsɑ.kø/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Aronmalim
  • Language code: AR
  • Status: Historic

Tsɑkø

One of the influences on Ŋyjichɯn, via trade. Contributed words for legal ideas, money, trade, manufactured goods, jewelry, cooking methods, food names, precious goods, and manufacturing methods. Has complex phonotactics and vowel harmony. Pretty much complete with basic grammar and about 250 words.


ie language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /iɛ˧/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Balis
  • Language code: BS
  • Status: Living

Ie

A tonal analytical language that was supposed so just be a naming language, but ended up with a bit more. And I still can barely name characters with it.


tynthna language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: Tynthdzanuu
  • IPA: /ˈtenð.na/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Dynalija
  • Language code: DN
  • Status: Living

Tynthna

A somewhat experimental language that still needs to be fleshed out. Has restrictive word formation rules where syllables have to follow a specific sound pattern.


tusir language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ˈː./
  • Language name in Ylialis: Dusialir
  • Language code: DS
  • Status: Living

Tusir

Needs to be completely redone and probably renamed.


lepadi language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ˈː./
  • Language name in Ylialis: Lepalidy
  • Language code: LP
  • Status: Living

Lepadi

An experimental language where the gender of the word determines the pronounciation. Needs to be redone.


maanxmusht language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ˈmaːnx.muʃt/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Mankmusalide
  • Language code: MN
  • Status: Historic

Maanxmuʃt

The other of the influences on Ŋyjichɯn. Contributed words for adornment, clothes, grooming, and various other things through intermarriage. Related to Lepadi and Ylialis. Has complex consonant clusters and phonotactics, two genders, 6 cases, and strong and weak nouns.


nyji language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: Ŋɯɒzjuu
  • IPA: /ɱɪ.ˈdʒi.ʧɯŋ/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Nyjejualin
  • Language code: NJ
  • Status: Living

Ŋyjichɯn

My biggest conlang. This is the language that Wilykit and Wilykat, and my OC Felino speak. Features noun incorporation, flexible word order, paucals, reduplication, and non-gendered pronouns. Has a writing system with two forms.

Old Nyji was influenced by Tsɑkø and Maanxmuʃt and developed into Early Nyji.


Ntwkso language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: Ntwkso
  • IPA: /ˈŋtuk.sɔ/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Endukaliso
  • Language code: ND
  • Status: Historic

Ntwkso

Just a naming language to show off some runes


okelen language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ˈː./
  • Language name in Ylialis: Okelealin
  • Language code: OK
  • Status: Living

Okelen

The Okala are botanists and are dedicated to documenting and preserving all plants on Thundera and beyond. Needs to be redone. Has at least some logographic writing (possibly just some old glyphs and the more specific words are phonetic)


Ochyn language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ː.ˈ/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Ojyalin
  • Language code: ON
  • Status: Historic

Ochyn

Phonology and phonotactics.


Ravar language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: ???
  • IPA: /ː.ˈ/
  • Language name in Ylialis: Ramalir
  • Language code: RM
  • Status: Living

Ravar

Just a naming language. In the same family as Ylialis and Maanxmuʃt.


Ylialis language code dot
  • Native ethnonym: Ykuslis
  • IPA: /iːl.ˈlʌɪ.æl.lʌɪs/
  • Language code: YL
  • Status: Living

Ylialis

Mostly on hold until more of Maanxmuʃt is done. Five genders, relatively complex consonant clusters, and lots of affixes. Fusional. Weird vowel system caused by past vowel shifts (it looks normal until you look at the IPA...). Phonology and phonotactics are done, the rest is pretty much up in the air.