Æðadĕ

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Æðadĕ
[ˈæ.ða.də]
Period c. 1000 YP
Spoken in Lasomo
Total speakers c. 2 million
Writing system adapted
Tjakori script
Classification Edastean
 Dāiadak
  Northern Dāiadak
   Æðadĕ
Typology
Basic word order SVO
Morphology fusional
Alignment NOM-ACC
Credits
Created by ebilein
(vocab extension: Cedh)

Æðadĕ is a language of the Edastean family, spoken in Lasomo around 1000 YP. It is descended from the northeastern dialects of Imperial Adāta, showing significant influence from a Ndok Aisô substratum.

Genealogy

  • Ndak Ta (c. -1900 YP)
    • Adāta (c. 0-200 YP)
      • Æðadĕ (c. 1000 YP)


A descendant of Æðadĕ itself is Yād.

Sample

  • Ævi-n sjeb Sjenkĕn-ro, ðjesk xizor, ðjesk æx læs æx Kāxd, mēxt æx Zæm un æx Tālo: Īlnu je-ro æb-ṇ uv ōbagatjĕ æx miz-aj, iz ðjeskĕlĕs rūlzro vi hēgon īl je-n.
  • [ ˈæ.βin sjeb ˈsjen.kʰən.ɾɔ | ðjeskʰ ˈxi.zɔɾ | ðjeskʰ æx læs æx kʰaːxd | meːxtʰ æx zæm un æx ˈtʰaː.lɔ ‖ ˈiːl.nu ˈje.ɾɔ ˈæb.n̩ uβ ˈɔː.ba.ɡat.jə æx ˈmi.zaj | iz ˈðjes.kʰə.ləs ˈɾuːlz.ɾɔ βi ˈheː.ɡɔn iːl jen ]
  • speak-PAST thus Sjenken-SUB, King great, King of Land of Kaxd, brother of sun and of moon: before I-SUB sit-PAST on throne of father-my, all kingdom foreign-SUB be-PAST hostile to I-OBL.

(taken from the Tsinakan text)

See also