|Native speakers||30 million (no date)|
|Official language in||Tabiqa|
Adzamasi is the official language of Tabiqa and is spoken by over 30(?) million people, mostly in Ekuosia. It is a polysynthetic direct-inverse language based around a complex animacy hierarchy, and its primary verbal deixis is spatial rather than temporal. Its morphology and syntax were inspired by a variety of Canadian First Nations languages including Blackfoot and Coast Salish, and its phonology mostly by Turkish.
Adzamasi's ancestor language Proto-Adzamic is currently being developed, and Adzamasi itself will undergo some changes in light of this.
|Plosive||b p||d t||j c||g [k]|
|Fricative||f v||ŧ đ||s z||š ž||ś ź||x||r||h|
Vowel harmony (back vs front-round, triggered by front-round or front-plain). (C)V(V/C)(C) is the maximal syllable.
The romanization is per IPA or as deducible by the above tables, except: g /k/, o /ʌ/, ā /ɑ/
A direct-inverse animacy-hierarchy language. Proximity is the primary deixis and tense is adverbial.
Nouns indicate their animacy and number. Verbs indicate proximity, mood, person.
Word order is based on the animacy hierarchy; typically this means SOV order, but direct-inverse markers on the verb can change this.