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Dytarmish Language (wip)

All spoilers listed below have very few Dytarmish words, except for the Words tab. Due to me not wanting to list every word I can think of, nearly all Dytarmish words will be based on German, with some "genres" of words and individually chosen words in either English or French.

This comes from someone who speaks General American, so anything without accent notations is to be assumed as such.

Dytarmish Alphabet (Vowels)

Dytarma

IPA

English Equivalent

A

::

Father

::

After

E

:ɛ:

Forget

:ə:

About

I

:ɪ:

Bit

:i:

Beat

O

:o:

Received Pronunciation yawn

::

South African Bird

U

:u:

Boot

:y:

Multicultural London Few

Tense of Verbs

Infinitive
(zu-word)

Past
(tu-word)

Present
(pu-word)

Future
(fu-word)

To live
Zuleb

Lived
Tuleb

Living
Puleb

Will live
Fuleb

To eat
Zuēs*

Ate
Tuēs

Eating
Puēs

Will eat
Fuēs
*This, as well as the other forms in this table like this, have a line above the beginning vowel of the verb. This indicates that the vowel has a separate pronunciation from the vowel before it (eng-ex. Mario).

Conjugated Verbs (present tense used; pronouns)

Dytarmish Word

I word

You word

He/She/It word

We word

They word

Everyone word

Puleb (Living)

Paleb (I am living, I live)

Peleb (You are living, you live)

Poleb (He/She/It is living, He/She/It lives

Peileb (We live)

Pauleb (They live)

Peuleb (Everyone is living, Everyone lives)

Puēs (Eating)

Paēs (I am eating, I eat)

Pe'es* (You are eating, You eat)

Poēs (He/She/It is eating, He/She/It eats

Peiēs (We are eating, We eat)

Pauēs (They are eating, They eat)

Peuēs (Everyone is eating, Everyone eats)

*When a verb starts with the same letter as the ending of the conjugation, then a glottal stop (') is put in between the two letters. No line is needed for the verb's beginning letter.
*If a noun has been mentioned, then only use Po- (present used). (ex. The dog is eating --> Der Hund poēs.)

Perfect Forms

Dytarmish Word

Past

Present

Future

To live
Zuleb

Had lived
El tuleb

Has/Have lived
El puleb

Will have lived
El fuleb

To eat
Zuēs

Had ate
El tuēs

Has/Have ate
El puēs

Will have ate
El fuēs
*El in Dytarmish is the equivalent of Have/Has/Had
*Not to be confused with Awuā, meaning to possess, which also translate to Have/Has/Had

Verb phrases in Dytarma



I will be breathing.
Fa'atme.


They have ate.
El pauēs.


Somebody had touched.
El eines teuberre.


(Eines is the Dytarmish word for one, meaning somebody = one from everybody.)

some more gibberish down here.

some more gibberish down here.

Dytarmish Pronouns 1

I

You

He

She

It

We

They

Everybody/All

Nobody

Somebody

Subjective/Objective

Ich

U

Er

S

Es

We

Ils

Alle

Noalle

Halballe

Possessive

Mich

Ur

Merd

Sr

Mes

Wer

Mils

Malle

Noaller

Halballer

Reflexive/Intensive

Iche

Uīch

Erich

Sīch

Esich

Weīch

Ilsich

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Dytarmish Pronouns 2

This

That

Who

Whom

Which

What

Whose

Whoever

Whichever

Whatever

Whomever

Dis

Das

Hoh

Hohm

Witch

Wat

Hohr**

Hohje*

Witchje

Watje

Hohmje
*this and others like have the suffix je meaning ever.
**this is the possessive of who (ex. Whose apple is that? It's his apple.)

Pronoun phrases in Dytarmish



I look at his toy.
Pasehe an merd Splzeug.


Nobody had seen them.
El no teusehe ils.


(No is the Dytarmish word for no, meaning nobody = none from everybody.)


We warned her.
Teiwarne s.


Food items are mainly French in origin



Everyone wonders about the universe, whether it has an end or beginning, I think it's just a doughnut.
Peuwunder um der Universum, ob poāwuā ein Ende oder Anfang, padenken poīst nur ein Donut.


The esset () is transcribed in Dytarmish as (s)
u always converts to eu
No double consonants unless they are combined words which start and begin with the same letter
Unpronounced letters are removed (based on how I pronounce them)
The (n) is dropped at the end of german infinitives for verbs

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