Westersprach

From FrathWiki
Jump to: navigation, search

Westersprach ("Western Language") is version of Sprak (called "Westersprak" in Sprak), created by Stephan Schneider, focussing on western Germanic languages.

Sound shifts different from Sprak

Vowels

  • o → u (Sprak godWestersprach gud)
  • u → au (Sprak husWestersprach haus)
  • e → i (Sprak eteWestersprach ite)
  • i → ai (Sprak minWestersprach main)

Consonants

  • k → ch (Sprak ikWestersprach ich)
  • ch → j (Sprak nachtWestersprach najt)
  • ch → j (Sprak sichtWestersprach sijt)
  • ch → w (Sprak dochWestersprach dow)
  • g → j (Sprak dagWestersprach daj)
  • g → j (Sprak ogWestersprach oj)
  • j → h (Sprak sejeWestersprach sehe)
  • w → h (Sprak schowWestersprach schuh)


This article is part of a series on International Auxiliary Languages.

Romance-based Auxlangs: Aercant * Atlango * Interlingua * Latin Nov * Novial * Occidental (Interlingue) * Panroman * Romanal
Germanic-based Auxlangs: Folksprak * Nordien
Slavic Auxlangs: -
Turkic Auxlangs: Jalpi Turkic
African Auxlangs: Afrihili
Mixed-Origin Auxlangs: Esperanto * Adjuvilo * Ido * Ayola * Medial Europan * Bolak * Kotava * North American * Pantos-dimou-glossa * Pasetok * Sasxsek * Universalglot * Volapük
A priori auxlangs: -

Personal tools