Dutton Speedwords


  • Language: Dutton Speedwords
  • Created: 1922
  • Alternate names:
  • Language code: cdut
  • Language family: Conlang
  • Script: Latin script


Dutton Speedwords is an international auxiliary language as well as an abbreviated writing system using the English alphabet for all the languages of the world.

The verb

All verbs are regular, expect the following two:

Conjugate Verbs

Random Verbs

Verb Forms

The following table shows the verb forms of regular verb 'spe' and the 2 irregular verbs of Dutton Speedwords.
Conjugated Form spe 'to speak' e 'to be' h 'to have'
Infinitive, Present, 'Unmarked verb' spe e h
Past yspe y hy
Present Participle, Verbal Adjective uspe ue hu
Perfect Participle sped - -

The participles are not used for tense formation. Instead the 'Unmarked' form is used. The following examples show periphrastic forms of ri 'to write'.