Still not actively working on it, but I have added a plural/number system.
You might notice that the strange uvular lateral has vanished... yeah, working out the effects it had on neighbouring vowels was so hellish that I just dropped it.
I also took Maximillian's advice and added phonemic length, necessitating some changes to the allophony and mora system.
I'm also trying a new orthography; can everyone see all the characters I've chosen? I rather avoid digraphs and such, but it's no use having an unreadable orthography.
I'm not sure why the double acute in the example table has been rendered to the right of the letter though...
The words in these examples mean:
a̋sma- flea, tick
caɍ- bird, bat
ɍär- cow, bull, calf (essentially any singular member of a bovid species regardless of gender or age)
xaun- town, village
Also, please note that I intend on the nominative case being marked but haven't yet decided how, so these will
change at some point.
Edit: Haven't uploaded the new stuff yet because it's still changing a lot, but I have dropped long vowels again; combined with a personal dislike for them (which wouldn't have been enough to make me drop them), they were causing hell on the orthography front. I reversed the accent (to a grave) for the falling tone because it makes more sense and because I changed my keyboard layout to make typing Gaelic easier. I also think I may start using an apostrophe for the glottal stop again.
I speak English and a touch of Gàidhlig.
I am creating a conworld, which I refer to as the Carrion Series
, that will contain three languages, Iriex