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Lydnevi
Created byLibor Sztemon
Date2002
Setting and usageAuxiliary language
Purpose
Latin, Cyrillic
Language codes
ISO 639-3None (mis)
GlottologNone
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Lydnevi is a fictional North Slavic language created in 2002 by the Czech linguist Libor Sztemon.[1][2][3][4][5][6]

Phonology

Consonants

Labial Alveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Plosive Voiceless p t k
Voiced b d g
Affricate Voiceless ts
Voiced
Fricative Voiceless f s ʃ x h
Voiced β v z ʒ ɣ
Trill r
Nasal m n ɲ
Approximant l j

In addition, ⟨x⟩ represents ɣ͡z.

Vowels

Lydnevi has 8 monophthongs and 6 diphthongs.

Front Central Back
Close i ɯ u
Mid e ɛː ə o
Open a

Lydnevi's diphthongs are ⟨ai⟩ /aɪ̯/, ⟨ei⟩ /eɪ̯/, ⟨oi⟩ /oɪ̯/, ⟨au⟩ /au̯/, ⟨eu⟩ /eu̯/, and ⟨ou⟩ /ou̯/.

Orthography

Lydnevi alphabet
Uppercase Lowercase IPA
A a /a/
B b /b/
C c /ts/
D d /d/
E e /e/
É é /ɛː/
F f /f/
G g /g/
H h /h/
I i /i/
J j /j/
K k /k/
L l /l/
M m /m/
N n /n/
O o /o/
Ø ø /ə/
P p /p/
Q q /ɣ/
R r /r/
S s /s/
Š š /ʃ/
T t /t/
U u /u/
V v /v/
W w /β/
X x /ɣ͡z/
Y y /ɯ/
Z z /z/
Ž ž /ʒ/

Lydnevi also has three digraphs: ⟨ch⟩ /x/, ⟨nj⟩ /ɲ/, and ⟨th⟩ //.

Example

Sztemon included the Lord's Prayer as an example text on his website.[7]

Otec navo,
Jaš jési na nebesai,
Da jest posvetyn tavo nam.
Da jest prihedyn tavo kralestvo.
Da jest stanyn tavo vilja, jako na nébe, tako y na zéma.
As navo bréd e keždanyn davat i nave danas.
Ø adpoštat i nave as navo dluhem jako y me adpoštalesom i navo dluhare.
Ø nevøvedat as nave vø pokušenje, ale nesvabodat as nave é zølyn.
Navad tavo jest kralestvo y moc y slava navéke.
Amén.

References

  1. ^ Berger, Tilman (2004). "Vom Erfinden slavischer Sprachen". In Rehder, P.; Okuka, M.; Schweier, U. (eds.). Germano-slavistische Beiträge: Festschrift für Peter Rehder zum 65. Geburtstag (PDF) (in German). München: O. Sagner. ISBN 978-3-87690-874-8. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 October 2020. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  2. ^ Сидороваа, Марина Юрьевна; Шувалова, Оксана Николаевна (2006). Интернет-лингвистика: Вымышленные языки (PDF). Москва: Издательство «1989.ру». ISBN 5-98789-005-5. Archived (PDF) from the original on 23 November 2018. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  3. ^ Stecová, Adriána (2010). "Umelé jazyky ako fenomén ľudskej komunikácie" (PDF). In Sipko, Jozef; Chovanec, Marek; Harčariková, Gabriela (eds.). 5. Študentská vedecká konferencia. Prešov: Prešovská univerzita v Prešove. ISBN 978-80-555-0169-7. Archived from the original (PDF) on 19 December 2013.
  4. ^ Blanc, Joan Francés, ed. (2010). Las lengas de Libor Sztemon 2: Sorgas - Jazyky Libora Sztemone 2: Prámeny - Libor Sztemon's Conlangs 2: Sources (PDF). Vert-Saint-Denis: Edicions Talvera. ISBN 979-10-90696-00-6. Archived (PDF) from the original on 28 October 2019. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  5. ^ van Steenbergen, Jan (2011). Towards a unified slavic language (PDF). Fourth Language Creation Conference. Groningen. Archived (PDF) from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 4 June 2019.
  6. ^ Meyer, Anna-Maria (26–28 April 2012). Slavische Plansprachen auf dem Weg ins 21. Jahrhundert (preprint). Konferenz junger SlavistInnen junOST. Basel. Archived from the original on 16 January 2024. Retrieved 4 June 2019.((cite conference)): CS1 maint: date and year (link)
  7. ^ Sztemon, Libor (2002). "Lydnevi". Archived from the original on 2 October 2009.