- Language: Gweydr
- Created: 2001
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- Language family: personal language
A constructed language by David J. Peterson.
Gweydr is a language designed specifically with the principles of Word and Paradigm Morphology in mind. The intended result is a more morphologically realistic language. Additionally, Gweydr has a script patterned after Mayan epigraphs (for more detail, go here).
Language sources: Finnish, Georgian, Zhyler, Skerre, and English.
Gweydr has front/back vowel harmony, as well as [ATR] vowel harmony. It's a case language with case prefixes. Word order is SVO (or as SVO as any language can be, which is, as it turns out, not very), adjectives precede nouns, and verbs inflect for tense and person.
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