DATE 2018/2019 maybe??

I have absolutely no clue what this is. I found it in my conlang folder while I was gathering notes on other stuff and don't remember anything about why I was making it. No clue when I made it, probably in the last few years? It looks like it was intended to be a language made up of single syllables since I always default to agglutination. Recording here for posterity and calling it Tot because it sounds cute.


subject (single) ðe ge fe
subject (plural) a she as ke as fe
object (single) ʃon te ʃon ke ʃon fe
object (plural) ʃon a ʃe ʃon as ke ʃon as fe
dative (single) tìn te tìn ke tìn fe
dative (plural) tìn a ʃe tìn as ke tìn as fe
possessive (single) los ʃe los ke los ve
possessive (plural) los a ʃe los as ke los as fe

Case markers

locative fùn iɫative
ablative fun elative æç
instrumentive ʃot causative luk


  • Three grammatical genders:
    • çe
    • çi
    • çì
  • When referring to groups of multiple genders, use çen
  • People always referred to with çe
  • Plural: thùt
Pronoun word order: [case] [number] [pronoun] [gender]
Noun word order: [case] [article] [number] [noun] [adjective]


definite æt æt æùn çi, "the dog"
indefinite sit sit æùn çi, "a dog"
proper tìt tìt æùn çi, "Dog"
partitive væk væk æùn çi, "some dogs"
negative oɫ æùn çi, "no dogs"


present gìl æk gìl ðe, "I see"
near past sif æk sif ðe, "I saw recently"
far past ʃiɫ æk ʃiɫ ðe, "I saw long ago"
future ʃùt æk ʃùt ðe, "I will see"
conditional ðus æk ðus ðe, "I would see"
hypothetical nos æk nos ðe, "if I saw"
future perfect ʃùð æk ʃùð ðe, "I will have seen"
imperative bæs bæs æk, "see!"

Example sentences

  • English: I see the dog with my eyes
  • Tot: æk sif ðe çì ʃon æt æùn çi ʃot loʃ ʃe ðùt bìm
  • Breakdown: [æk sif ðe çì] [ʃon æt æùn çi] [ʃot loʃ ʃe ðùt bìm]
  • Transliteration: see present subject-single-first-person gender object definite-article dog gender instrumentive possessive single-first-person plural eye

Back to Languages Back to Home