Ss (2014-05-26 at 12.11.27)
Pronunciation /laʔaso:ʔ/
Period ca. 10000BK - 6000BK
Spoken in West coast of Amalan
Total speakers Unknown
Writing system Unknown
Classification Latian
Basic word order SOV
Morphology Fusional
Alignment Nominative-Accusative
Created by Fleur

Proto-Latian is thought to be the common ancestor of all the Latian languages. It is predicted that it was spoken between 10000 and 6000 BK on the west coast of Amalan.


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)


Word OrderEdit

The default word order is SOV.


*īʔa retsi ɸoŋ
/i:ʔa retsi ɸoŋ/
The cat drinks the milk

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