Friðejaskir

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Peace Islandish
Friðejaskir
Spoken in: Peace Island (Friðejar)
Conworld: Real world
Total speakers: 150000
Genealogical classification: Indo-European
Germanic
North Germanic
Peace Islandish
Basic word order: SVO/V2
Morphological type: inflecting
Morphosyntactic alignment: nominative-accusative
Created by:
unknown 850 C.E.

Friðejaskir, (/ˌfɹɪ.ðɛ.ˈjɑː.skɜː/, more commonly known in English as Peace Islandish), is a Norse and Veian language, descended from Old Norse and Veian. It was formed after the Norse settled Friðejar, which led to a merger between the natives' Veian language and the Old Norse spoken by the Norse.

Phonology

Consonants

Bilabial Labiodental Dental Alveolar Postalveolar Palatal Velar Glottal
Nasal m n
Plosive p  b t  d k
Fricative f  v θ  ð s ɣ h
Approximant l j (w)1
Rhotic ɹ
  1. /w/ is simply an allophone of /u/ when before a vowel. For example, kúoner (the word for "dog") is pronounced /'kwɔː.nɛɜ/.

Vowels

Front Central Back
Close i u
Near-close ɪ
Close-mid (e)  ø
Mid (ə)
Open-mid ɛ ɜ ʌ  ɔ
Open ɑ

Orthography

Vowels

Spelling Major value (IPA) Examples of major value Minor value conditions Minor value (IPA) Examples of minor value
a /ɑ/ sagar word-final /ə/ sega
e /ɛ/ senda before /j/ /e/ sejo
i /ɪ/ sina
í /i/ síð
o /ɔ/ sopar
u /ʌ/ sunir
ú /u/ túnar before vowels /w/ súena
æ /ɑɪ/ vætir
ö /ø/ söt

R-colored vowels

Spelling Major value (IPA) Examples of major value
ar /ɑɜ/ típar
er /ɛɜ/ sumer
ir /ɜ/ sukir
ír /iɜ/ stír
or /ɔɜ/ storma
ær /ɑɪɜ/ sær
ör /ø/ senör

Consonants

Spelling Major value (IPA) Examples of major value Minor value conditions Minor value (IPA) Examples of minor value
b /b/ bör
d /d/ díar
ð /ð/ ðeva
f /f/ frið
g /ɣ/ magir word-initally /k/ gagnar
h /h/ her
j /j/ jún
k /k/ kata
l /l/ loír
m /m/ mega
n /n/ ní
p /p/ púör
r /ɾ/ reiða word-final or before consonants Ø pesar
s /s/ stel
t /t/ tena
v /v/ vela
þ /θ/ þök