Yachiroese Language

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Yachiroese
Vá Yàcharo
Pronunciation[βǎ jàt͡ʃáɾó]
RegionSoltenna
EthnicityYachiroese
Native speakersX  (no date)
Language family
Ngerupic
  • Yachiroese
Early forms:
Wa Ñi
  • Mañi
    • Yachiroese
Writing systemthe Yachiroese Script and Qonklese Logograms
Official status
Official language in Yachiro
CWS codeYCR

Yachiroese is an Ngerupic language located in the nation of Yachiro.


Classification

Yachiroese is an Ngerupic language, and shares many cognates with neighboring languages such as Qonklese and the languages of Quaxin Xun.

History

Yachiroese is descended from the original Mañi Language spoken in X. From Mañi it split into Old Yachiroese and later today's modern Yachiroese.

Phonology

Yachiroese has a relatively simple phonology, having only 14 consonant phonemes, and 5 vowels with 4 tones.


Phonemes

Yachiroese Consonants
  Bilabial Alveolar Post-Alveolar Palatal Velar
Nasal m n ŋ
Stop p t k
Fricative ɸ β s ʃ x
Affricate t͡ʃ
Approximant j
Tap ɾ
Yachiroese Vowels
  Front Back
Close î í ì ǐ û ú ù ǔ
Mid ê é è ě ô ó ò ǒ
Open â á à ǎ

Phonotactics

Yachiroese's syllable structure is a fairly simple (C)V(C).

Morphology and syntax

Vocabulary

Writing and literature

Yachiroese is written in the Yachiroese Script, a descendant of the Old Mañi Script. It is a syllabary consisting of 50 syllable characters and 5 standalone consonant characters, along with this, there are 3 tone diacritics and a virama diacritic.