|Timeline and Universe:||Nother|
|Spoken:|| Pacific Northwest|
|Total speakers:||[No data]|
|Writing system:||Latin alphabet|
|Genealogy:|| Coalescence languages|
|Basic word order:||OV|
|Creator:||Muke Tever | ✎|
Not recorded before 1800s.
North America; largest populations in Pacific Northwest.
Main article: Trentish Phonology
Trentish is written in a variant of the Latin alphabet.
The digraphs ng and ny are sometimes written with single characters, and are considered individual "letters" for the purposes of sorting. Other digraphs such as tʼh and sh are not counted as letters.
The capital of letter ƛ is supposed to be CAPITAL LETTER LAMBDA WITH OVERLINE.
Main article: Trentish Morphology
Trentish third-person pronouns inflect for spatial relationships. Not only is nearness to the speaker or hearer marked, but also the referent's height or elevation relative to the speaker. A higher or lower elevation is also used metaphorically to represent degrees of respect; one speaks to an elder or superior as one would to one "above", or to a child or inferior as one would to one "below".
|First person||nyü /ɲy/|
|Second person||lusyi /lusji/|
- Where does the /pʼɲ/ in pnyr come from? Is that a normal Trentish initial consonant cluster? Does it get pronounced that way? (I think it would turn to nnyr [ɲɲʌ] in a connected word.)
Main article: Trentish Lexicon
- Trentish leg of the 7th CONLANG Translation Relay (PDF, 49K)
- The text is that which is was in the official relay, but the interlinear and the English translation are new, the originals being lost (at least until the full 7th Relay gets put online). The Trentish text has been respelled to match current orthography, but not otherwise corrected.