|Spoken in||Elausainau (Elvish kingdom)|
|Total speakers||dead language|
|fictional languages||none (at this point)|
|non-fictional languages||English, French, German|
|Basic word order||SVO|
|Created by||Secret vice|
aa (long): as in father.
a (short): as in dark.
e: as in the Welsh; as in where.
i: as in the "y" sound in why.
o: as in row.
u: as in luck.
ai: pronounced the same as the Welsh "ai" in the word eye.
ai: peonounced the same as the "ai" sound in the word hair.
ais: pronounced the same as the French "ea" in the word bread (but longer).
au: pronounced the same as the German "au" in the word restaurant.
eu: pronounced the same as the Welsh "eu" in the "ay" sound in say.
- The vowel dipthongs may not appear directly after a vowel.
- The first dipthong /ai/ is pronounced the same as the vowel /i/ and may only appear at the beginning of a word.
- The second dipthong /ai/ may not be written appear at the beginning of a word but it can appear anywhere else in a word.
b: as in bed.
c: a soft sound, as in the Welsh "c" in the word can.
d: as in death, or as the "th" sound in the word "the".
f: as in fun (unvoiced), or as in fire (voiced).
g: a soft sound, as in the French "g" in the word as in sabotage.
j: as in the "y" sound in your.
k: as in the "c" sound in the word can.
l: as in lie.
m: as in man.
n: as in nun.
p: as in pale.
q: as in quick.
r: as in the French "r" in Paris.
s: as in sun.
t: as in toast.
v: as in vet.
w: as in water.
x: as in exit.
y: as in yes.
z: as in the German "z"; like the "ts" sound in the word "pots."
- /c/ and /k/ are pronounced the same regardless to their position within a word.
- /d/ is pronounced as the "th" sound in the word "the" at the end of a word.
Norid: mash land