Ö Nujkki - The rutokian language.

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Ö Nujkki - The rutokian language.

Post by Al Mysterio on Wed Nov 30, 2016 6:15 pm

Pronounciation of Rutökiderjösik or Nujkki
Aa - [a] Bb - [b] Dd - [d] Ee - [e]
Ff - [f] Gg - [g] Hh - [h]
Ii - [i] Jj - [j] Kk - [k] Ll - [l]
Mm - [m] Nn - [n] Oo - [o] Öö - [oi]
Pp - [p] Rr - [r] Ss - [s/z] Tt - [t]
Uu - [u] Vv - [f] Ww - [v] Yy - [ai]
Z - [ts] Ch - [x] Ag - [ai] Og - [u]
Ij - [ai] Au - [au] Tl [tɬ] LL - [ɬ](breathy L)
Sch - [ʃ](sh) (Ö can be written as Oj)
Rutökiderjösik/Rutojkiderjojsik is pronounced "Ru-Toy-Kee-Der-Yoy-Seek"
Rutökiderrykk/Rutojkiderrykk is pronounced "Ru-Toy-Kee-Der-Reich"
Nujkii is pronounced "Noo-ee-kee"
etc.
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The - Ö [s] / Öm [pl]
A/An - Yn
Some - Ynem
(negative article) - Kijn
Yes - Jö/Joj (Yoy)
No - Njet (Nyet)
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The Pronouns are:
I - Jag (Yai)    Me - Mag (My)    My - Muj (Muy)
You(sg) - Dhij (Thy)    You(sg) - Dhiz (Theets)    Your(sg) - Dhuj (Thuy)
He - Han    Him - Hum    His - Huj
We - Wikk    Us - Uns    Our - Wuj
You(pl) - Jön    You(pl) - Djön    You(pl) - Dijn
They - Dogl    Them - Dogn    Their - Dogjn(edited)
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There are 4 tenses:
Present
Past
Future
Conditional
A verb on its own is Time Independent , to get rid of this, you must add the tense adverb
A / At (If the verb begins with a vowel) for the present tense
U / Ut (If the verb begins with a vowel) for the past tense
Wohl for the future tense
Wul for the conditional tense
You use the conditional tense when setting a condition
For example, I would eat the apple, if it wasn't so mouldy.
In this example, "would" is setting the condition
and "if it wasn't so mouldy" is the condition its self.
If you want to use the past conditional tense, then just use "u wul", a combination of the past and conditional tenses.
The adverb "kuj" can be used to indicate that something is endless,
For example, "Apfir kuj aar dobri"
Would mean "Apples are always good"
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To make a noun a plural,
You add an -em (em) to the end of the noun, or an -r if the noun ends in a vowel(edited)
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To make a noun possesive,
You add an -uj (ooy) to the end of the noun.
Or, if the vowel ends in a vowel that isn't "i", you add an -j
If the noun ends in an "i", then you add a -kje (kye) to the end
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The negative article "kijn" is used when you want to express that there is nothing of a certain object.
For example, if you want to say that you have no apples
you say: I have no apples
or in Rutojkiiderjojsik, Jag a hast kijn apfir.
In the english example, the "no" was acting as a negative article, since there is no definate word in english to act as the negative article.
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If you do not like the latin-based alphabet of ö Nujkki, there is a cyrillic based alphabet.
Аа - [a] Бб - [b] Дд - [d] Ээ - [e]
Фф - [f] Гг - [g] Ьь - [h]
Ии - [i] Йй - [j] Кк - [k] Лл - [l]
Мм - [m] Нн - [n] Оо - [o] Öö - [oi]
Пп - [p] Рр - [r] Сс - [s/z] Тт - [t]
Уу - [u] Фф - [f] Вв - [v] Чч - [ai]
Зз - [ts] Хх - [x] Ыы - [ai] Ог - [u]
Ий - [ai] Ау - [au] Тл [tɬ] ЛЛ - [ɬ](breathy L)
Шш - [ʃ](sh) Яя - [ja] Ее - [je] Ёё - [jo]
Юю - [ju] (Ö can be written as Oй)


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Ö Nujkki vocabulary.

Post by Al Mysterio on Wed Nov 30, 2016 8:42 pm

This is a comprehensive list of the current Nujkki vocabulary. The pronunciation of words is in the brackets.

Articles
The - Ö/Oj (Oy) [Singular]
     - Dö/Doj (Doy) [Plural]
A/An - Yn (Ine/Ein)
Negative Article - Kijn (kine/kein)
Some - Ynem (Inem/Einem)

Numbers
1 - Yn (ein)       6 - Seks (sex)           11 - Sojnyn (zoynine)   20 - Zysojn (tsaizoyn)   50 - Funsojm (Foonzoyn)
2 - Zy (tsai)      7 - Sybin (zaibeen)    12 - Sojnzy (zoyntsai)  21 - Zysojnyn (tsaizoynine) 60 - Seksojm (Sexoyn)
3 - Drij (dry)     8 - Acht (acht)          13 - Sojdrij (zoydry)    30 - Drijsojn (Draizoyn) 70 - Sibsojm (Zeebzoyn)
4 - Vir (fear)     9 - Nön (noyn)          14 - Sojwir (zoyveer)   31 - Drijsojnyn (Draizoynine)    80 - Achtzojn (Achdzoyn)
5 - Fun (foon)  10 - Sön (zoyn)          15 - Sojfun (zoyfoon)   40 - Virsojn (Fearzoyn) 90 - Nönsojn (Noynzoyn)

Pronouns
I - Jag (Yai)            You(sg) - Dhij (Thy)          He - Han (Han)
Me - Mag (My)        You(sg) - Dhiz (Thee-ts)   Him - Hum (Hoom)
My - Muj (Mooee)   Your(sg) - Dhuj (Thooee)   His - Huj (Hooee)

We - Wikk (Veek)    You(pl) - Jön (Yoyn)         They - Dogl (Dool)
Us - Uns (Oonz)      You(pl) - Djön (Join)        Them - Dogn (Doon)
Our - Wuj (Vooee)   Your(pl) - Dijn (Dine)       Their - Dogjn (Dooeen)

Prepositions
Above - Uber (oober) Next - Maln (maln) From - Rynn (rine)
Below - Öjw (oyv) On - Am (am)        For - Fur (foor)
Left - Link (Leenk)      In - Im (eem) Before - Prej (prey)
Right - Richt (Reecht) Out - Iddij (eedai)      After - Spodj (sproj)

Conjunctions
If - Wijf (Vife)      With - Kon (con)
Because - Protoze (Prototsey) Without - Sin (seen)
But - Aber (Aber)    Or - Ejtli (Aetlee)

Adverbs
Do - Wod (Vod)              When - Won (Von)
What - Was (Vaz)    How - Wau (Vow)
Where - Wer (Ver)    Who - Wii (Vee)
Why - Wo (Voh)             How Many - Watl (Vatl)
Not - Ikke (Eecke)          Quickly - Vist (Veest)
Slowly - Klutli (Klootlee)  That - Kej (kay)
Now - Nujw (nooeev)      Later - Lujwe (looee-veh)

Verbs
To Be - Aar (are)                                 To Invade - Tribolofski (treebolofskee)
To Do - Öjt (oyt)                                  To Attack - Jarkosti (yarkostee)
To Have - Hast (hast)                           To Attack (unfairly) - Orkosti (orkostee)
Can - Kann (can)                                 To Defend - Dostup (dostoop)
To Like - Mögen (moygen)                    To Shoot (at) - Gejwiler (gayveeler)
To Dislike - Njemöjgen (nyemoygen)     To Duel - Kytto (kaito)
To Love - Lijber (lyber)                         To Defend (honour) - Kaaldostup (kaldostoop)
To Hate - Odier (odier)                         To Speak - Schprecher (shprecher)
To Eat - Spiser (speeser)                      To Make - Mak (mack)
To Drink - Trinker (treenker)                 To Build (a large army) - Odii (odee)
To Fight - Kieli (kee-elee)                     To Annex - Oproschi (oproshee)
To Gas(jews) - Schider (sheeder)         To Steal - Fitter (feeter)
To Live(in) - Wohner (voner)                To Arrive - Prijter (pryter)
To Hear - Uscher (oosher)                    To See - Okkoj (ockoy)
To Crusade - Öjkizer

Nouns
Man - Mynn (mine)                  Empire - Rykk (reich)              Army - Taal (tal)
Woman - Wofrau (vofrow)        Nation - Tijd (tide)                  War - Waar (var)
Boy - Junge (yoonge)                Gun - Gejwer (gayver)           Battle - Rawscha (ravsha)
Girl - Jente (yente)                   Sword - Mejsch (maysh)         Language - Jösik (yoyzeek)
Child - Kinde (keende)              Weapon - Waffer (vafer)         Dialect - Zykjösik (tsaikyoyzeek)
Jew - Jud (yood)                       Person - Volk (folk)                Apple - Apfi (apfee)
Island - Pulau (poolau)               Sea - Vilna (feelna)              Land - Tirri (teeree)
Ocean - Grosilna (groseelna)      Boat - Pirau (peerau)             Fish - Lodj (lodge)
Fruit - Schpile (shpeele)             Veg - Berdu (berdoo)            Hand - Ruk (rook)
Tax - Peklo (peklo)                     God - Juno (Yuno)      Satan - Schrekk (shrek)
Suicide - Schewrik (shevreek)     Chaos - Kajuno (kayoono)     Law - Lokschrik (lockshreek)
Mercy - Schulta (shoolta)            Theft - Fitt (feet)                 Money - Ejrgehd (airgayd)
Biblek - Idiot (beeblek)               Tear(human) - Trofi (trofee)  Friend - Ejmikoj (aymeekoy)
Day - Den (den)                         Night - Nichta (neechta)       Anarchy - Aniköj (aneekoy)
Capitalism - Kapito (kapeeto)      Business - Epriso (epreeso)   Party(political) - Skujp (skooeep)
Crusade - Öjkizuj (Oykeetsooee) Crusader - Öjkizujr (oykeetsweer) Defender - Dostujpi (dostooeepee)
Mountain - Beruj (Berooee) City - Grojd (groyd)

Adjectives
Big - Gros (gros)              Red - Rujm (rooeem)                 Merciful - Schultala (shooltala)
Small - Klyn (kline)          Blue - Aful (afool)                       Unmerciful - Kijschulta (kaishulta)
Strong - Fort (fort)           Green - Gunner (gooner)            Lawful - Lokschrikla (lokshreekla)
Weak - Sujk (sooeek)       Yellow - Gull (ghoul)                    Chaotic - Kajunola (kayoonola)
Good - Dobri (dobree)      Orange - Öjgar (oygar)                Suicidal - Schrwrikla (shrvreekla)
Bad - Spitny (speetnai)     Purple - Schafki (shafkee)           Stupid - Biblekil (beeblekeel)
That - Schej (shey)          New - Alti (altee)                         Old - Leitl (le-eetl)
This - Tento (tento)          Corporate - Ejprisi (aypreesee)     Capitalist - Kapituj (kapeetooee)
Anarchaeic - Anikil (aneekeel) Urban - Grojdil (groydeel)

Nation/Region names
Scotland - Oskojt (Ostoyt) Germany - Döschlit (Doyshleet) Finland - Sujmi (Sooeemee)
Rutokian Empire - Nujkkirykkir (Nooeekee-reich-eer) Yuno - Junorykk (Yunoreich) Rutokia - Nujkrykk (Nooeekreich)
Amaanland - Amaantiri (Amaanteeree) Hardonii - Hardonii (Hardonee) Pulau Itu - Öjkizujtijd (Oykeetsooee-tide)
Newgardsland - Altdostujtijd (Altostooee-tide) Frialenia - Frilitijd (Freelee-tide) Malfusland - Malfustijd (Malfoos-tide)


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