Tithagry Language

Outline

Family Darestic
Morphology Agglutinating
Word Order OSV

Phonology

Vowels

Frontal Central Back
Close i y u
Mid ɛ œ ɔ
Open a

Consonants

Labial Dental Alveolar Palatal Velar
Nasal m n
Plosive p b t d c ɟ k ɡ
Spirant ɸ θ s ç x
Trill r
Lateral l

Stress

Stress usually falls on the first syllable of words in Tithagry, except in compound words, where stress is on the first syllable of the last element of the compound, and in words with prefixes, stress falls on the first syllable of the stem, not on the prefix.


Morphology

Nouns

Tithagry has four noun cases.

  • Absolutive case is used for the subject of intransitive and passive verbs and the object of some verbs.
  • Ergative case is used for the subject of transitive verbs.
  • Oblique case is used for the object of most verbs and after prepositions.
  • Genitive case is used to mark origin, possession, or reference.
Singular Plural
eagle
Absolutive taglu tagludi
Ergative taglumi tagludin
Oblique taglur tagluri
Genitive taglusa tagludis
island
Absolutive sirth sirthi
Ergative sirthmi sirthin
Oblique sirthor sirthri
Genitive sirthsa sirthis
ring
Absolutive thal thaldi
Ergative thalmi thaldin
Oblique thalor thalri
Genitive thalsa thaldis

Pronouns

Singular Plural
1st 2nd 3rd 1st 2nd 3rd
Absolutive ces cha eoth, uth, ith ansi, isi ani ikta
Ergative sumi nami thami rodin kodin iktin
Oblique su na tha rodi kodi iktri
Genitive susa nasa thasa rodisa kodisa iktisa

Verbs

Tithagry has no verbs per se, but uses the suffix -nak to form verbs from nouns (added to the absolutive form) and adjectives.


Corpus

Abigaryth /ˈabiɡaryθ/ n. uncommon personal name.
ag /ˈaɡ/ postp. out, outside of.
Agethlu /aˈɡɛθlu/ n. island east of Sugol, [out + land].
Agruthgom /ˈaɡruθɡom/ n. the seventh month of most years, the sixth month of year II of the cycle; Aeruos in Taular.
Akhrensirth /ˌaxrɛnˈsirθ/ n. small island of the east coast of Caphal isle, [akhren + island].
as /ˈas/ postp. on, upon.
balch /ˈbalc/ n. fate.
Balentha /ˈbalɛnθa/ n. common female name.
bil /ˈbil/ n. chair, seat.
cab /ˈkab/ n. knot, tie, binding.
Cagriskry /kaˈɡriskry/ n. inland city of east Caphal isle, [ca + burg].
Cakh /ˈkax/ pron. where.
cal /ˈkal/ n. sun.
Calpon /ˈkalpɔn/ n. Sunday.
Caphal /ˈkaɸal/ n. island (also Caphalsirth) in northeast nalbadonas; adj. of this island.
Caphalgi /ˈkaɸalɡi/ n. the sea bounded by Caphal island and the continent of Nalbadonas; adj. of this sea.
Caphalsirth /ˌkaɸalˈsirθ/ see Caphal.
cen /ˈcɛn/ num. ten.
cleop /ˈklœp/ n. find, something found; adj. found.
Coby /ˈkɔby/ n. uncommon family name.
Coglenthil /ˈkoɡlɛnθil/ n. the fourth-last month of the year; Heiluaensiu in Taular.
Corenthal /ˈkɔrɛnθal/ n. city on the southeast coast of the caphal sea; Heraensau in Taular.
Dashek /ˈdaçɛk/ n. common male name; Dazae in Taular.
Dagyrab /ˈdaɡyrab/ n. port city on the east coast of Elgresar; Daquürav in Taular.
daln /ˈdaln/ num. five.
Dathmirl /ˈdaθmirl/ n. fifth month of the year; Dasmiur in Taular.
Eklith /ˈɛkliθ/ n. river in Elgresar; Aelis in Taular.
Elgresar /ˈɛlɡrɛsar/ n. region of northeast Sugol; Aukraezar in Taular.
Emeon /ˈɛmœn/ n. river in Cape Corenthal; Aemaum in Taular.
ena /ˈɛna/ num. nine.
ephaj /ˈɛɸaɟ/ num. seven.
eth /ˈɛθ/ num. one.
ethlu /ˈɛθlu/ n. land.
Gathaksis /ˈɡaθaksis/ n. the third month of the year, repeated in year I of the cycle; Quasaepiz in Taular.
Geros /ˈɡɛrɔs/ n. common name, Guaerez in Taular.
Glythmarl /ˈɡlyθmarl/ n. the second-last month of the year, repeated in year V of the cycle; Luüsmaur in Taular.
gaphs /ˈɡaɸs/ n. hall, manor
Gathek /ˈɡaθɛk/ n. common male name.
Gorjum /ˈɡɔrɟum/ n. common male name.
griskry /ˈɡriskry/ n. burg, fortified city.
gyma /ˈɡyma/ n. man
Gythalpi /ɡyˈθalpi/ n. city in Elgresar, [gy + hill].
Idaljis /ˈidalɟis/ n. the first month of the year, repeated in year VII of the cycle; Idaugiz in Taular.
Idlan /ˈidlan/ n. the third-last month of the year, repeated in year IV of the cycle; Idlam in Taular.
Josan /ˈɟɔsan/ n. common male name among farrux.
Jotham /ˈɟɔθam/ n. river of the Cape Corenthal region.
Jurund /ˈɟurund/ n. uncommon male name.
Kasteleo /ˈkastɛlœ/ n. uncommon male name.
Keorkith /ˈkœrkiθ/ n. uncommon male name; Querkis in Taular.
Khotham /ˈxɔθam/ n. town of Cape Corenthal.
khu /ˈxu/ n. wind.
Khulophs /xuˈlɔɸs/ n. city on the east coast of Caphal isle, Windhaven [wind + harbour].
Khy /ˈxy/ n. common male name.
Khythpi /ˈxyθpi/ n. sixth month of most years, absent in year II of the cycle; Whusqui in Taular.
Landem /ˈlandɛm/ n. common male name.
lokh /ˈlɔx/ adj. dark; n. darkness.
lol /ˈlɔl/ n. whole, entirety; adj. all.
-lan /lan/ suff. augmentative.
lophs /ˈlɔɸs/ n. harbour, port, haven.
Maikho /ˈmaixɔ/ n. common male name.
Masklon /ˈmasklɔn/ n. the eighth month of most years, the seventh year of year II of the cycle, repeated in year II of the cycle; Maezlen in Taular.
Migolb /ˈmiɡɔlb/ n. common name in east Sugol
mimluth /ˈmimluθ/ n. death.
mit /ˈmit/ n. rest, laying, setting
Mejyn /ˈmɛɟyn/ n. town of Cape Corenthal.
Myra /ˈmyra/ n. common female name.
nambi /ˈnambi/ n. sky, heavens.
Nathelgriskry /naθɛlˈgriskry/ n. city on the south coast of east Caphal isle, [nathel + burg].
Nathum /ˈnaθum/ n. uncommon male name.
Neldeon /ˈnɛldœn/ n. uncommon male name.
nipha /ˈniɸa/ n. something brought, something carried; adj. brought.
nol /ˈnɔl/ num. two.
Nurybal /ˈnurybal/ n. the Noru culture.
Nurybalund /ˈnurybalund/ n. member of the Noru culture; adj. of the Noru culture; Noruvalon in Taular.
Nyrel /ˈnyrɛl/ n. aristocratic family name in Cape Corenthal.
-ob /ɔb/ suff. dreadful, great
Oglemir /ˈɔɡlɛmir/ n. the ninth month of year III of the cycle; Eiluaemir in Taular.
ojo /ˈɔɟɔ/ postp. under, below.
ok /ˈɔk/ conj. and; wei in Taular.
Olki /ˈɔlki/ n. uncommon male name.
omp /ˈɔmp/ n. stone.
ophij /ˈɔɸiɟ/ num. six.
Phoryn /ˈɸɔryn/ n. uncommon male name.
Pijyr /ˈpiɟyr/ n. common male name.
Pogra /ˈpɔɡra/ n. common male name only among forest dwellers.
pon /ˈpɔn/ n. day.
polakhle /ˈpɔlaxlɛ/ n. shadow.
Pyth /ˈpyθ/ n. common male name.
Rendol /ˈrɛndɔl/ n. common male name.
Reosin /ˈrœsin/ n. coastal island near Corenthal.
-ro /rɔ/ suff. (adjectival) has become.
Rojan /ˈrɔɟan/ n. common male name.
Rophaj /ˈrɔɸaɟ/ n. uncommon male name.
Ropheog /ˈrɔɸœɡ/ n. fishing town of Cape Corenthal; Repau in Taular.
Saby /ˈsaby/ n. common female name.
shad /ˈçad/ num. eight.
Sitha /ˈsiθa/ n. common female name, esp. among forest dwellers.
sirdis /ˈsirdis/ n. elf.
sirdisund /ˈsirdisund/ n. elven.
sirth /ˈsirθ/ n. island.
sorp /ˈsɔrp/ n. lord.
Sugol /ˈsuɡɔl/ n. peninsula in northeast Nalbadonas.
Suthlicun /ˈsuθlicun/ n. last month of the year; Zosliom in Taular.
syn /ˈsyn/ num. three
taglu /ˈtaɡlu/ n. eagle.
Taglulophs /ˌtaɡluˈlɔɸs/ n. island of the southeast coast of Caphalsirth.
Talethgy /ˈtalɛθɡy/ n. chain of mountains of northern Sugol.
tamu /ˈtamu/ n. dwarf.
techo /ˈtɛcɔ/ n. king.
Teolar /ˈtœlar/ n. the Taular language.
thal /ˈθal/ n. ring.
Thogo /ˈθɔɡɔ/ n. common male name.
Thyn /ˈθyn/ n. common family name.
Tirgom /ˈtirɡɔm/ n. fourth month of the year, repeated in year II of the cycle; Tirguemb in Taular.
Tithagry /ˈtiθaɡry/ n. the Tithagry culture; n. the Tithagry language; Tisaruü in Taular.
tithagryund /ˈtiθaɡry.und/ n member of the Tithagry culture; one who is ethnically Tithagrian; adj of the Tithagry; adj in the Tithagry language; tisaruwon in Taular.
Toliphsun /ˈtɔliɸsun/ n. the second month of the year, Telipsom in Taular.
thalpi /ˈθalpi/ n. hill
Timbrun /ˈtimbrun/ n. town of Cape Corenthal.
toth /ˈtɔθ/ n. law, rule.
Tothmir /ˈtɔθmir/ n. Uncommon male name.
uband /ˈuband/ num. four.
-und /und/ suff. (adjectival) -ian.
ul /ˈul/ n. moon.
Ulpon /ˈulpɔn/ n. Monday.
ush /ˈuç/ postp. for.
Ylpa /ˈylpa/ n. river of Elgresar.
-ys /ys/ suff. (adjectival) -bound.

Sample Texts

Syn thaldi Sirdisund techori ush nambir ojo,
Ephaj Tamund sorpri ush iktisa gaphsor ompsa,
Ena mimluthys gymari ush mimluthnak ush balchobro,
Eth Lokh Sorpor ush thasa lokh billanor as
Ethlur Mordorsa cakh Polakhledi mitnak.
Lol ikta tothnak ush Eth Thalmi, ikta cleopnak ush Eth Thalmi,
Lol ikta niphanak ok lokhor ikta cabnak ush Eth Thalmi
Ethlur Mordorsa cakh Polakhledi mitnak.

Three Rings for the Elven-kings under the sky,
Seven for the Dwarf-lords in their halls of stone,
Nine for Mortal Men doomed to die,
One for the Dark Lord on his dark throne
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.
One Ring to rule them all, One Ring to find them,
One Ring to bring them all and in the darkness bind them
In the Land of Mordor where the Shadows lie.


Generated Words

GAPHAD SHALN TEOSIS JURYBAL
ETHALN REON SIRL TOTHA
SIRDISKLON AGETHELDEM JURYN GLYTH
GYTHA ROPHS GATHA EKLON
OGLUTH DATHA COREL GLYTHA
TITHAL KHULON TALENSIS NAMU
TITH GYTHEK NATHA MASTELDEM
BALPI CAPHS OPHEOSAR POLB
GAPHALN NIPHS MIMLUND ETHA
GYTHALN TOLITHA GORYBAL MASHEK
CAKSIS CAKSIN NAMBRUN TITHLE
GAPHA UBALN CLEON SORKITH
TOTHLU CAPHA YLPI AKHREL
GORP EMEORP DALJIS KEORP
THYTHA REORYN SUGOM POGO
THALN JOTHALN PYTHA GORYTHLU
THOTH DASTELDEM LANDOL THOTHMIR
EMEOSIS ROPHALSIS THYTH ABIGARL
TAMBI OGLEO DASHEON TAMBRUND
REOSAN TAGRISKRY DAGRY KASTELGI
GATHMARL NURYUND MASTELGI TITHLICUN
TALGRA SHALGI NELGI MYRENTHA
IDLAR TOTHMIR POLAKH TIMBI
JOTHA GYTH AGRISKLITH OPHAD
PHORYBAL NURYN NURYTH TEOSAR
THYTHALN BALN MIGOLAR PYTHA
EMEOG TAMBRUTH CAPHS COGRY
PIJYN LANDOL SITH CAPHSUN
TAGRY JOSIN AKHLU OPHS
YLPI SIRL DATHAGRA ROPHA
UBANDOL DATHAM SUGOM CLETHA
POGRISKRY DALUTH AGETHA TITH
GYTHEK TITHEOSIN ETHA ROPHS
THALSIS ROPHAJ PYTHLE KHYTHA
KASHELGI SITHMIR TITHAM GYTHIL
ELGI PHOTH PYTHAGYRA AKHREL
TIMBI ROPHAD CAPHALN NATHA
THYTH TITHAJ CAGRY DATHGY
KHULON UBANDEM NAMU TEOSIRGOL
DASTELGI JOSIS ABIGOLB KHORP
THOTH POLB NURYN MYRAB
POLIPHS CAGRENSIN EMEOLB GATHA
POLAKH NYRAB KHYN TOTHA
GLYTHPI DATHA MIMLUND COGRA
MAIKHLITH AGRISUN JURYN GLYTH
DALJIS GATHEK MIGOM TOLIPHS
MEJYR SUTH OPHSUND NAMBRUN
TITHA BALPI DALGREL PYTHAKH
MASTELEO KEOLB GORKITH MYREL
AGRISKRY BALENTHA DALCH NURUN

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