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Vishel [VSL]
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Vishel
Vissel Dulo
[βi.ʃɛɫ d̪:u.lo]
Registered by VΔLIIΘSΔNΔE on 2 November 2016
Language type A priori
Place & SpeakersVishel is spoken by a population of 53,004,915 in Konsetiela.
Species Human/humanoid
About Vishel
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Sample of Vishel[view] Dumus lavorse, s'a harro lehenesnae lavor sekan.

You are free to choose, but you are not free from the consequences of your choice.
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Latest vocabulary
sy-affthere is
jeino
jeadvnot
Language family relationships
Language treeRistef
 ⤷  Ristef
  ⤷ Central Tongue
   ⤷  Middle Vishel
    ⤷  Vishel
[view] About RistefRistef, the fabled language of Rekom, split in many parts that once were mutually intelligible dialects, but now exist as completely different languages. The most well-known and spoken include Vishel, Kara, Nornzvalk, Taedan Tung, and Hianko.
[view] Rizdels (Ristel or Risteph Creole)The dialect of Risteph and Northern Konstiela. It is a mix of Vishel and some noticeable Nornzvalk vocabulary.
[view] Sinavor (Sinavor)The dialect of the island of Haella Sinavo. Words are often cut short and sea terms are used commonplace. Often, instead of asking someone "How are you?" a Sinavor would ask, "How's the tide?" Sinavor is a bit harder to understand than standard Vishel Dulo due to the amount of slang used, but after hearing it for a while one is able to pick up on and communicate in this dialect.
[view] Gilnanae Vilas (Vilas )This dialect is spoken in Vilas Visittel and surrounding areas of Cava. It has a heavy Kara influence which has contributed to the loss of a trilled r and often inserting extra unneeded syllables in words (i.e. "se" is still pronounced "sə" whereas in all other dialects it is "s'."
[view] Visogano (Vishel Origano)Vishel Origano (Original Vishel) is a dialect (whether it be a dialect or another language is still a great debate) spoken in Livera. It was heavily influenced by Taedan Tung and Hianko. The Origano dialect is more laid-back than Vishel Dulo and is often spoken slowly with less emphasis on individual sounds. Speakers of Vishel Dulo find it a little nasty and snobbish sounding.
Phonology
ConsonantsBilabialLabio-
dental
AlveolarPost-
Alveolar
PalatalUvularEpiglottalGlottalOther
Nasal m              
Plosive p p̚   d̪:     q      
Fricative ɸ1 β f s ʃ ʒ     [ʜ]2 h  
Affricate       d͡ʒ          
Lateral approximant     l           [ɫ]3
Approximant         [j]4        
Trill     r            
Flap     [ɾ]5            
Blends
  1. used only in the Rinagom Dialect
  2. varies depending on dialect, allophone of /h/
  3. only at the end of a syllable, allophone of /l/
  4. only when between vowels, allophone of /i/
  5. only at the end of a syllable, allophone of /r/
VowelsFrontBack
Close i u
Close-mid   o
Open-mid ɛ  
Open   ɑ
Polyphthongs ɒɾ ɛəɾ
Orthography
Below is the orthography for Vishel. This includes all graphemes as defined in the language's phonology settings - excluding the non-distinct graphemes/polygraphs.
 VishelOrthography
r/r/, [ɾ]1v/β/k/q/d/d̪:/t/t̪/e/ɛ/h/h/, [ʜ]2i/i/l/l/, [ɫ]3
m/m/n/n̪/o/o/p/p/s/s/u/u/y[j]4a/ɑ/ss/ʃ/
g/ʒ/ae/aɪ/b/p̚/f/f/, /ɸ/5ie/eɪ/ier/ɛəɾ/j/d͡ʒ/or/ɒɾ/
✖ Unknown alphabetical order
  1. only at the end of a syllable
  2. varies depending on dialect
  3. only at the end of a syllable
  4. only when between vowels
  5. used only in the Rinagom Dialect
Latest 8 related articles listed below.
Lessons (1)
1Lesson 1: Introduction - Asomel 1: Origano
Typological information for Vishel

Adposition head-directionalityEither
Adjective agreementNone
Animacy distinctionsNone
GendersNone
Morphological typologyAgglutinative

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