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    Blessing - CCL Edition

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    Hello and welcome to the Council of Constructed Languages

    MetaReference by Richtlant . 331 reads.

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    CCL Map

    MetaGameplay by Kowani . 247 reads.

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    'Welcome', as rendered in the languages of CCL members

    BulletinPolicy by -Astoria- . 439 reads.

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    Country Names in Aurun: Real Life and NS

    FactbookMiscellaneous by Auruna . 99 reads.

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    Other Countries in Kowni

    FactbookInternational by Kowani . 329 reads.

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    Fenuii ki Ri Ngapeuku / Countries in Ngapeukuan

    FactbookMiscellaneous by Ngapeuku . 55 reads.

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    CCL nation names in Tungustanian

    MetaReference by Tungustan . 65 reads.

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    Imena Zemľi Rade Umelich Jezik na Dalmatinskom

    MetaReference by Nova Dalmacija . 61 reads.

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    CCL nation names in Kongfuzian

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Council of Constructed Languages contains 29 nations, the 621st most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Greatest Rich-Poor Divides in Council of Constructed Languages

Nations ranked highly have large gaps between the incomes of rich and poor citizens. Nations low on the list have high levels of income equality.

As a region, Council of Constructed Languages is ranked 16,563rd in the world for Greatest Rich-Poor Divides.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Commonwealth of Kallim HeritageRight-wing Utopia“From Many, One”
2.The Democratic Republic of Castella-BiscayNew York Times Democracy“Aquel se kase se nirun cadran.”
3.The Kingdom of SimmerseaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Tellus Elegit Fortis”
4.The International Commonwealth of YukjuleideCivil Rights Lovefest“(Insert defunct bad meme motto here)”
5.The Adandıtık respublikası of TungustanInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Tek Tənir oltın Başkalalır.”
6.The Federacija of Nova DalmacijaInoffensive Centrist Democracy“Diete holove, ľudze Nove Dalmacije!”
7.The Republic of NlarhyaloNew York Times Democracy“Pэл Флaйм Шэeёeлaк”
8.The Independent Republic of AkathaCivil Rights Lovefest“Dzarumin tsanan fabinan”
9.The Republic of BrausslandCivil Rights Lovefest“Activux”
10.The United States of IxillandLeft-Leaning College State“Alyked, Emmsern oa Ugglayterket”

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Kuerhyedeenistan wrote:I'm always impressed by people who're able to properly pull of tricons conlangs, never had the guts to try one myself. :p

Emnian verbs are also triconsonantal lol, see here:

Both Emnian and Eastonian are Northwest Semitic languages, with Emnian being closer to Hebrew and Phoenician (i.e. Canaanite) and Eastonian being closer to Aramaic

Kuerhyedeenistan wrote:Have you made a native syllabary for it, or do you use an existing one? Do you have any samples if it is a conscript?

Nice, minimalistic phonetic inventory. What governs the voicing allophony in /b~p/?
Are there any other allophonic alternations, like /k~g/ and/or /t~d/? Nice touch with the absence of the velar nasal, which fits well with the minimalism and distances it a bit from standard IE-ish inventories. Interesting also to see a full 5-vowel system together with such a minimal consonant inventory. My personal preference world has been to go for a 3-vowel system, or to go all out with a large, somewhat asymmetric one; but to each his own I guess.

No trills, so what sound is your [r] - retroflex, (post-) alveolar approximant or tap, uvular fricative or approximant? Something else entirely?

Any grammar bits? Sample sentences?

approximate meaning ɹ. also there is only 1 conscript. also b can be pronounced either as /b/ or /p/. and alelo WAS a 3 vowel system

Thers Boa wrote:Maybe the IPA would be good? Its hard for me to understand pronunciation without the official IPA characters.

.............. i did

meanwhile: allophones is only b/p. Nothing else. i don't have samples

Kuerhyedeenistan wrote:I'm always impressed by people who're able to properly pull of tricons conlangs, never had the guts to try one myself. :p

Pull off what? Never heard of those. :P

Thers Boa wrote:Pull off what? Never heard of those. :P

I think it's this.

A very small update.

Very small

Aruzhin & Aurun Sami Pt. 4 - Numbers
These two were supposed to be some minor side-project but the increase in interest in Sami and other Uralic languages pushed it into my list of major conlangs although not at the level of Aurun, Aruzhin, and Kuyonnen. Just somewhere a bit below Lasso-Allican.

Anyway, numbers, the fun stuff. Aruzhin Sami obviously has some influences from Aruzhin even down to the alternating pattern reminiscent of the Aruzhin numbers.

Aruzhin Sami
1 - oktiina
2 - giktta
3 - guolmma
4 - njlla
5 - viehtta
6 - ghtta
7 - ieca
8 - rvcca
9 - auvcca
10 - loga / nlka

Aurun Sami
1 - ktan / ug
2 - guoktta / guok
3 - guolmma / guol
4 - njealla / njeal
5 - viihtta / vit
6 - guhtta / gut
7 - iecca / iec
8 - aktta / ak / guodahttaksa*
9 - oavcca / ov / gendahttaksa*
10 - lo/ log

- The in Aurun Sami is a schwa.
- *These two were the result of Finnic (Aurun) influence.

The two forms of numbers used to have the purpose for counting things considered luundate (of nature) and aailmate (of man) respectively but overtime the distinction between the two was lost among the common speaker and the two forms are used interchangeably. But many traditionalist speakers often use them as their intended purpose.

(Emnitic languages #1 and #2 are Emnian and Eastonian, respectively)

INITIAL/MEDIAL FINAL (deletion unless otherwise noted)
א /ʔ/ > (deletion+high tone) (deletion+high tone)
ב /b/ > b /p/ (low) /u/ final (falling tone)
ג /g/ > g /k/ (low) (falling tone)
ד /d/ > d /t/ (low) /i/ final (falling tone)
ה /h/ > (deletion+low tone) (deletion+low tone)
ו /w/ > f /f/ (low) /u/ final
ז /z/ > z /t͡s/ (low)
ח /ħ/ > h /x~h/ (high)
ט /tˤ/ > zh /ʈ͡ʂ/ (high)
י /j/ > y /j/ (low) /i/ final
כ /k/ > k /kʰ/ (high)
ל /l/ > l /l/ (low) /i/ final
מ /m/ > m /m/ (low) /n/ (n) final (falling tone)
נ /n/ > n /n/ (low) /n/ (n) final (rising tone)
ס /s/ > s /s/ (high)
ע /ʕ/ > w /w/ (low) /ŋ/ (ng) final
פ /p/ > p /pʰ/ (high)
צ /sˤ/ > c /t͡sʰ/ (high)
ק /q/ > ch /ʈ͡ʂʰ/ (high) (rising tone)
ר /r/ > r /ɻ ~ ʐ/ (low) /ɻ / (r) final
ש /ʃ/ > sh /ʂ/ (high)
ת /t/ > t /tʰ/ (high) /i/ final (rising tone)

medial h/ʔ creates initial rising/falling tones, as in:
beʔer (well) > bi-r = bǔir

Rising tone: ǎěǐǒǔ
Falling tone:
High tone:
Low tone:

If a word ends in a consonant, a final "" must be added

ə (schwa) > [ɤ] [ɤ~ə]
a > uo [wo]; word initially wo o [o]; ao [au̯] word finally
ɛ > a [a] a [a]
e > ui [wei̯], word initially wei ei [ei̯] (free), e [ɛ] (checked)
i > i [i]; word initially yi i [ɪ~ɤ]
o > u [u] (free), [ʊ] (checked) u [u] (free), [ʊ] (checked)
u > [y], word initially y [y]

keleb (male dog) > k lo
kalba (female dog) > ko l bo
malik (king) > mo li
mamleket (kingdom) > mo m la ki
medina (state) > mi di no
egartah (letter) > wi gor to


n = I
t = you (singular)
h = he, she, it, they (singular)

n = we
tn = you (plural)
hn = they (plural)


SVO = Subject, Object, Indirect Object, Direct Object

n ke tu l mo li = I write to the King
n ko tao to n mo li = I corresponded with the King
h ko to l n (wěi) wi gor to = he/she wrote a/the letter to us

prepositional objects can precede subject for emphasis but SVO remains
n mo li n ke tu tu = I correspond with the King (specifically).
l n h ko to wěi wi gor to = he/she wrote a/the letter to us (specifically).



verbs have both a "present stem" and a "past stem" that correspond to the prefix and suffix conjugations of the other emnitic languages
regular present stems have the pattern Ce CiaC (following the final rules)
regular past stems have the pattern Ca CeC (following the final rules)
i.e. -ktob, katab = ke tu, ko to
i.e. -pʕol, paʕal = pe wu, po wai

for intensive, double second syllable and shift tone, i.e.:
ke tu = he writes; ke tu tu = he corresponds
ko to = he wrote; ko tao to = he corresponded

for causative, the syllable ha is added, i.e.:
ke tu = he writes; ha ke tu = he has (something) written
ko to = he wrote; ha ko to = he had (something) written

for reflexive/passive, the syllable wei is added, i.e.:
ke tu = he writes; wei ke tu = he writes to himself
ko to = he wrote; wei ko to = he wrote to himself


h y = invariable copula


lio = not

h lio h y mo li = he isn't the king

copula can be omitted in X isn't Y statements, but not in positive X is Y statements
h h y mo li = he is the king
h lio mo li = he isn't the king

Basic prepositions:
wěi = direct object marker
b = in, on
l = to, for
g = like, as
mǐn = from
d = of (classifier/genitive marker)
mo li d k lo = the king's dog
sho li d k lo = three dogs
n = with

Read dispatch

Then there were three

Hello everybody!

I am new to conlanging, and I need some help.
I have made a draft for my conlangs' numerals.
Tell me what do you think:

Proto-Cihoic: *dw (1), *hie (2), *dzal (3), *nāghuie (4), *no zaii (5), *koue-kouen (6), *le-you'e (7), *gush (8), *lolln (9), *gg-ch (10).
Classical Cihoic: davuo, hie, tsal, naguve, nosai, gg-n, el-yue, gush, lolan, ggch.
Modern Cihoic: tafo, kie, tsal, nagu'i, sai, gg-/ggn, arhue, kush, roura, gkts

Proto-Guic: *rēų, *kjēu, *nēų, *leū, *sę̄, *djēu, *(h)rōg, *xout/*hout,*ką̄, *gjōrh.
Old Guric: *rēm, *kiēu, *nēn, *leō, *sien, *djīk, *hrūig, *hoūt, *kām, *gōrh.
Old Gundic: *reīm, *kjīu, *nēi, *leū, *sīn, *djēu, *rwōg, *xoūt, *kān, *kōrh.
Gundi: rim, chiu, nei, leu, sin, deu, rog, xod, kan, kor.
Antigundic: rē, kjiu, neu, leo, sjin, die, hureg, hōd, kam, gōr.
Zorb: rem/waħed, cheu/thnein, nei/thlathe, leo/(e)rb'a, seu/xamse, deu/sitte, rog/sb'ah, xod/thmanje, kam/tis'e, qor/'ashre.

Zorb contains two numerical systems: Native Gundi and Arabic.
Both Gundi and Antigundi have Latin prefixes (like bi-, duo-), while Zorb has Turkish prefixes (like iki-, dord-), and some borrowed Japanese words. (şou/ṣou, 'pair' in Zorb, originates from Japanese 双, historically pronounced sou as well).

I apologise if change in pronunciation throughout the eons is inconsistent. I am trying to perfect it.

Antoninus Pius wrote:I apologise if change in pronunciation throughout the eons is inconsistent. I am trying to perfect it.

no rule is as important as the rule of cool its your language and you can do whatever you need to make it appeal to you

Isles of Eamhna wrote:no rule is as important as the rule of cool its your language and you can do whatever you need to make it appeal to you

If youre making a conlang, I dont care what its like, its your conlang, do what you want with it! Its not my conlang! Im not the one making your conlang!

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