DATE 2007ish - 2012ish??
GENERAL RULES No adjectives, only verbs and nouns.
Three grammatical genders.

Aŝan was one of my very first conlangs that I took seriously. Before this, I'd mostly just made "languages" that were direct translations of English and didn't have their own grammar or concepts. Aŝan is also the very first language I put together for the same world as Xema and Rac,mamoqei. Aŝan and Xema are both spoken by Elves but their cultures and usage are very different.

There's not much more for Aŝan than what I have here sadly. I either didn't develop it very far or have lost my original notes.


Aŝan is not a pronoun-initial language; all pronoun information is contained within the verb. However Aŝan culture does have three gender identities as well as grammatical genders: apud, depad, and veghad.


There are two types of verbs, lakaŝ and velakaŝ. Each type conjugates regularly within its category.

Verbs conjugate according to person and gender. When discussing multiple nouns of different genders, the order of power from strongest to weakest goes veghad > depad > apud.
  • papalóg, "babies" (apud); ŝerig, "soldiers" (depad)
  • papalóg ekebed, "the babies are happy"
  • ŝerig ekebe, "the soldiers are happy"
  • papaló ve ŝer ekebe, "the baby and the solider are happy"
eghem, "to be happy"
apud depad veghad
I egh eghebped egebende
you eghak eghakad egakade
we (2) egham egame egama
we (3+) eghamn egamne egamna
they (singular) ekebp eked ekád
they (plural) ekebed ekebe ekabe

ghona, "to be sad"
apud depad veghad
I gho ghobped ghobende
you ghonas ghonasad ghonaŝa
we (2) ghonaŝ ghonaŝe ghonaŝa
we (3+) ghonaŝen ghonaŝene ghonaŝena
they (singular) ghomabp ghomed ghomád
they (plural) ghomeba ghomabde ghomabe


Aŝan verbs do not have tenses. Tense is indicated through context.
  • ghobped, "I am sad"
  • ghobped ĉem, "I was sad yesterday"
  • ghobped awam, "I will be sad tomorrow"
  • gorak ghona, "be sad!"

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