Proto-Akuriga is the language of the Proto-Akur. It is in the Akuriga language family

Pronunciation Unknown
Period 6000BK-3100BK
Spoken in Amutet
Total speakers 300,000(Peak, 3700BK) None (1AK)
Writing system None
Classification Akuriga
Basic word order SVO
Morphology analytic-fusional
Alignment Unknown
Created by Qwed117

Phonetics Edit

There are 5 vowels

/a/ a /i/ i /o/ o /ɛ/ e /u/ u
Consonants Bilabial Alveolar Palatal Velar

/m/ m

/n/ n /ɲ/ ny ------------------
Stop /pb/ pb /td/ t d --------- /k ɡ/ k g
Sibilant  ---------- /sz/ s z /ʃʒ/ sh zh ------------------
Non-Sibilant /f v/ f v /θ/ th --------- /xɣ/ kh gh
Approximant /w/ w /ɹ/ r /j/ y ------------------
Lateral Approximant ---------- /l/ l --------- ------------------
Unvoiced Voiced
/t͡s/ ts /t͡ʃ/ ch /d͡ʒ/ dj /d͡z/ dz

Verbs Edit

Verbs have two stems. One is their tense stem and the other is the aspect stem.

In the verb "ekanra", the aspectual stem is "eka" and the tense stem is not present. The tense stem is conjugated for pluralization afterword. The pluralization marker is -k.

Aspect=Tense MMT Stative PRG Gnomic Habitual INC CES
Past eka=ata(k) egra=ata(k) nye(l)=ata(k) moela=ata(k) myeri=ata(k) noga(k)=ata(k) mel=ata(k)
Present eka=a(k) egra=a(k) nye(l)=a(k) moela=a(k) myeri=a(k) noga(k)=a(k) mel=a(k)
Future eka=as(k) egra=as(k) nye(l)=as(k) moela=as(k) myeri=as(k) noga(k)=as(k) mel=as(k)
"Gnomic" eka=aka(k) egra=aka(k) nye(l)=aka(k) ************** myeri=aka(k) noga(k)=aka(k) mel=aka(k)

MMT Momentane

PRG Progressive

INC Inchoative

CES Cessative

PFT/PRP Perfect Prospective

Adjectives Edit

There are five adjectival declensions classes. They decline based off of gender, and activity in the neutral, whether the argument is a main clause (nominative or accusative). There are three final adjectival stems and two medial stems. The name of the stems is their Neuter Active name

Stem/Gender Neuter Active Neuter Inactive M F
Terminal Stems -ra -rat -it -(i)di
-yara -(i)shim -(k)ar -(t)al
-pyar -bet -pyan -pagya
Medial Stems -asha- -ishi- -(m)atsa- -yoli-
-tarat- -lat- -pol- -esh-