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Nicest Citizens: 1,702nd Most Valuable International Artwork: 1,760th Best Weather: 1,775th Most Inclusive: 2,053rd
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Council of Constructed Languages contains 39 nations, the 502nd most in the world.

Today's World Census Report

The Rudest Citizens in Council of Constructed Languages

World Census experts telephoned citizens from all nations at just before dinner time, in a study to determine which populations were most brash, rude, or brusque.

As a region, Council of Constructed Languages is ranked 13,884th in the world for Rudest Citizens.

NationWA CategoryMotto
1.The Nomadic Peoples of A Firework BombAnarchy“Joining Featured Regions since Jan 2021”
2.The Grand Duchy of Upper AlteracRight-wing Utopia“Alτerēıçsé ađâ nıa ésča eěsτasmȷěryτnoçā éıȷašyná nıŏıâ”
3.The Republic of BrausslandCivil Rights Lovefest“Activučx”
4.The United States of IxillandLeft-Leaning College State“Alyked, Emmsern oa Ugglayterket”
5.The Sultanate of Cretan Islamic StateFree-Market Paradise“Placeholder”
6.The Principality of Masinian IslandsCivil Rights Lovefest“Peace, Justice and Unity. | Nteya, Talivaya ti Tava.”
7.The Borderlands of NijevlaNew York Times Democracy“Where two became one”
8.The Colony of SalamdalCivil Rights Lovefest“Motto...”
9.The Democratic Republic of LinessiaCapitalist Paradise“Элнескасёх, мыдавындер!”
10.The Kingdom of FekerstaniCivil Rights Lovefest“Tuna to breakfast”
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Kuerhyedeenistan wrote:Is this a priori or is it based on any real world language families? It reminds me somehow about Paleosiberian, but that may just be the whole Cyrillic-but-obviously-not-Slavic orthography choice.. XD

It seems to have a larger vowel inventory than what is common in Paleosiberian languages any way. The number four - ны - seems intriguingly Finno-Ugric, though none of the other numbers as far as I can tell.. нян seems to be an IE-loan, though not from Slavic (at least not Russian).. huh!
Interesting stuff! I'd like to learn more! :D

It's a Nivkh language. Grammatically closer to Amur (simply because Amur is the only one with any amount of thorough grammatical information in records) but lexically derived directly from Proto-Nivkh, with extensive Proto-Tungusic borrowings to fill in the gaps in reconstruction. All the numbers before 1,000 are directly descended from Proto-Nivkh (with Amur formation patterns) and any hypotheses about whether they were originally loaned into Proto-Nivkh would be purely speculative, but it's incredibly unlikely that they would be loaned from any Indo-European language due to the disparity in location, so the resemblance of нян to "nine" is almost certainly coincidental. Тысесь for "thousand" is indeed loaned from Russian тысяч, as well as the unlisted милион and милиард (though these are not Russian native words, only borrowed via Russian).

Linessia wrote:It's a Nivkh language. Grammatically closer to Amur (simply because Amur is the only one with any amount of thorough grammatical information in records) but lexically derived directly from Proto-Nivkh, with extensive Proto-Tungusic borrowings to fill in the gaps in reconstruction. All the numbers before 1,000 are directly descended from Proto-Nivkh (with Amur formation patterns) and any hypotheses about whether they were originally loaned into Proto-Nivkh would be purely speculative, but it's incredibly unlikely that they would be loaned from any Indo-European language due to the disparity in location, so the resemblance of нян to "nine" is almost certainly coincidental. Тысесь for "thousand" is indeed loaned from Russian тысяч, as well as the unlisted милион and милиард (though these are not Russian native words, only borrowed via Russian).

Ah, so my Paleosiberian guess was actually spot on! Cool concept! :)

퓨흇유휵휵뚙 믕퓨스'슈, 뮤휵 믕뜨흇유 뮤띁
Ileűmnanda ching-eűl, jan chae̋le̋um jog
Hello friends, I'm new here

Salamdal wrote:윾슈 믕퓨스'슈, 뮤휵 믕뜨흇유 뮤띁
Jumeűl ching-eűl, jan chaeleűm jog
Hello friends, I'm new here

Troteďŕpa toďom! Blessings upon thee!

Salamdal wrote:퓨흇유휵휵뚙 믕퓨스'슈, 뮤휵 믕뜨흇유 뮤띁
Ileűmnanda ching-eűl, jan chae̋le̋um jog
Hello friends, I'm new here

no q's'base 'o, koreao?
what's this based on, korean?

Kowani wrote:no q's'base 'o, koreao?
what's this based on, korean?

믕퓨쓰슷흉 읐쓰 쓰퓨스슷흉 흉흇퓨휻스 띁읐흇
Chidje̋um jung djinge̋um mulirang jae̋ djul
Yes but don't mind the script

Salamdal wrote:믕퓨쓰슷흉 뮤쓰 쓰퓨스슷흉 흉흇퓨휻스 뮤뜨 뚈슈뮤띁슷퓨
Chidje̋um jung djinge̋um mulirang jae̋ seűlju'egi
Yes but don't mind the script

n'fez, foi âparenca da fonética
i did not mind the script, it was the phonetics that tripped me off

Kowani wrote:n'fez, foi âparenca da fonética
i did not mind the script, it was the phonetics that tripped me off

e̋u- ɛʌ
eű- ɯ
ae̋- ć

Progress on my Lang: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-KvXau5SpLsxyy6e74isxLcbPWHSrQ07ju_7nGhk2gY/edit

Hopping in the late numbers bandwagon. Bogthir’s number system is vigesimal/base-20.

1 - ej
2 - sej
3 - 3ej
4 - fej
5 - nej
6 - wiłidjak
7 - żapa
8 - eńxerel
9 - ajdak
10 - sentulbet (˝ 20)
11 - gujkłjaskî
12 - rradhœbœn
13 - cempirrin
14 - ddœżelķak
15 - ˙abene
16 - čójxut
17 - ékała
18 - vyintesi
19 - wirrkaj
20 - tulbet
21 - tulbetej
22 - tulbeséj
23 - tulbetrej
24 - tulbefej
25 - tulbenej
26 - tulbetwiłidjak
27 - ttulbeżapa
28 - tulbeteńxerel
29 - tulbetajtak
30 - tulbet sentulbet (20+˝ 20)
31 - tulbegujkłjaskî
32 - tulbetrradhœbœn
33 - tulbecempirrin
34 - ttulbeddœżelķak
35 - tulbe˙abene
36 - ttulbečójxut
37 - tulbetékała
38 - tulbevyintesi
39 - tulbetwirrkaj
40 - séjtulbet

This is a priori language, but based in IRL Norway.

Cretan Islamic State wrote:Progress on my Lang: https://docs.google.com/document/d/1-KvXau5SpLsxyy6e74isxLcbPWHSrQ07ju_7nGhk2gY/edit

Hopping in the late numbers bandwagon. Bogthir’s number system is vigesimal/base-20.

[spoiler]1 - ej
2 - sej
3 - 3ej
4 - fej
5 - nej
6 - wiłidjak

Well, that escalated quickly.....

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