- Language: Kirda-han
- Created: 2002
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- Language family: personal language
A constructed language by Shane Hampton.
Kirda-han is a very interesting language. A unique characteristic is that the pronouns are added as a prefix to verbs. The word order is OSV or, as my friends say, "Yoda-Talk." Like Hanathlier, Kirda-han is a simple language to learn, which is always a primary focus when I start a conlang.
Language sources: Uses the Tengwar alphabet traditionally, though Roman letters are utilized in the day-to-day life of the Kirda.
OSV. Pronouns act as prefix. Question particle is used instead of restructuring sentence with question word. Verbs conjugate to tense, plus have 4 cases- showing obligation, completion, desire, and changing to a noun if speaker does not know the correct word. Adjectives, as in Hanathlier, are conjugated to the negative, so that when you say "It is cold" you would actually say "It is not hot".
Friends- to ease production of language and to test it for pronunciation ease.