Levike wrote:Your language really reminds me of Hungarian. Except the e with the dots above.
Lippinhoo wrote:[flag=]hu[/flag]! I really love the magyar language and it's certainly one of my influences in this project, although, in Argest, very few words have hungarian etymology. And I must say that the pronunciation of "ë" is the same of hungarian "e", that is, IPA [ɛ].
PS:And nothing of vowel harmony, cause it drives me crazy! lol
Levike wrote:I think it's mostly the áéíóús that give it away. Pluss the letter combinations like zs.
Levike wrote:Is "ár" plural or something?
Levike wrote:How well do you know Hungarian?
Lippinhoo wrote:Yap. The plural of nouns is formed by adding -sár at the end of the word. But, if the last vowel of the word is tonic, it is elongated.
Levike wrote:(Did you copy-paste from Turkish or Khazakh?)
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