| Proto-Latian |
|Period||ca. 10000BK - 6000BK|
|Spoken in||West coast of Amalan|
|Basic word order||SOV|
Proto-Latian was spoken on the west coast of Amalan between 10000 and 6000 BK. At around 6000 BK its dialects were already beginning to stem off into completely new proto-languages, which would then go on to evolve by themselves. This grouping of languages is known as the Latian languages. The first language to split off from Proto-Latian was thought to be ((TODO)) between ca. 7000 and 6000 BK. It was then not long before Proto-Latian had entirely split up.
/m n ŋ/ ‹m n ŋ› /p t k b d g ʔ/ ‹p t k b d g ʔ› /ɸ β s z/ ‹ɸ β s z› /l r w/ ‹l r w›
/a e i o u/ ‹a e i o u› /a: e: i: o: u:/ ‹ā ē ī ō ū›
Syllables follow the form: (C)V(C)
The default word order is SOV.
*īʔa retsi ɸoŋ /i:ʔa retsi ɸoŋ/ The cat drinks the milk