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Ydtobogȧntiaky
Pronunciation /ɨθ.to.βo.ɣan.tɪ̯ɑ.kɨ/
Geographic distribution Southern Amalan
Linguistic classification One of Teles' major language families
Proto Language Proto-Ydtobogȧntiaky
Subdivisions Pogeduimogan Matlapogiogân Yŋòrtuèian Ē̂dentiaguen
Credits
Created by Sḿtuval

The Ydtobogȧntiaky language family consists of many linguistically related languages spoken in Southern Amalan. Although it originated from the Ydtobogȧn Peninsula, some languages spread to much of Amalan.

Proto-Ydtobogȧntiaky is believed to be the common ancestor of all Ydtobogȧntiaky languages and was spoken from 10000BK to 6000BK. It split into three different dialects in 8000BK: Pogeduimogan-Matlapogiogân, Yŋòrtuèian, and Ē̂dentiaguen. The Pogeduimogan-Matlapogiogân branch split into two other dialects in 7500BK partly due to influence from the Gigxkpoyan of the Ydtobogȧn Peninsula.

All four dialects later underwent great change and became separate languages. Due to the relatively late split of the Pogeduimogan and Matlapogiogân languages, these two subdivisions are more closely related, and their respective proto-languages are more lexically similar to each other than other related proto-languages of its time.

Some evidence suggests that the writing system created for one of these languages, Ydtobogȧndeki is the first writing system of Teles, although some may disagree.

ComparisonEdit

The following tables compare lexical and grammatical differences between languages of the same era, since comparison between them is uncommon elsewhere on the wiki.

Information about the given topic in a certain language is usually able to be found in its respective article. These tables are subject to change.

Lexical Variation in Ancient Ydtobogȧntiaky Languages
Word Proto-Ydtobogȧntiaky 10000BK-6000BK Proto-Pogeduimogan 7000BK-3200BK Proto-Matlapogiogân 6700BK-3700BK Proto-Yŋòrtuèian 6000BK-2500BK Proto-Ē̂dentiaguen 7000BK-3500BK
he/she/it hēa ga ha heò ra
eye heta geta heta hatò rida
two euna una ina unò èna
be/exist hoik guik oki hèh rèk
go bet bet beti yt bit
home kroen kren kron klèn krèn
fruit goim guim gom ièm gèm
Amalan ydtobogȧmpogia idobogampoga idobogâmpogia èrtuèiampòiò ydubugempugia

The following table shows singular and plural forms of the word for "day (unit of time)" in each of the five "old" languages.

Declensional Variation in Ancient Ydtobogȧntiaky Languages
Case Proto-Ydtobogȧntiaky 10000BK-6000BK Proto-Pogeduimogan 7000BK-3200BK Proto-Matlapogiogân 6700BK-3700BK Proto-Yŋòrtuèian 6000BK-2500BK Proto-Ē̂dentiaguen 7000BK-3500BK
Ergative (Nominative in Proto-Matlapogiogân) intora

intory

entua

entui

inura

inurê

entòlò

entòle

intur

inturi

Accusative intora

intoru

entuo

entuu

inura

inury

entòlò

entòlo

intura

intury

Absolutive intoro

intoruy

entua

entui

NO ABSOLUTIVE entòlò

entòlu

inturu

inturū

Dative intorȧ

intori

entuar

entuai

inurar

inur

entòla

entòli

inture

inturi

Genitive intore

intorie

entue

entuei

inure

inure

entòle

entòlie

intyre

intyri

Instrumental intoro

intoruo

entuo

entuu

inuro

inuru

entòlèl

entòllo

intyrèr

intyrḕ

Locative intordȧ

intorde

NO LOCATIVE inurar

inurare

entòlar

entòlare

intyrède

intyrèdi

Ablative intorar

intorā

NO ABLATIVE NO ABLATIVE NO ABLATIVE NO ABLATIVE

ClassificationEdit

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