Aθáta

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Aθáta
[aˈða.ta]
Period c. 1000 YP
Spoken in Rathedān,
Milīr valley
Total speakers c. 3 million
Writing system adapted
Tjakori script
Classification Edastean
 Dāiadak
  Central Dāiadak
   Aθáta
Typology
Basic word order VSO
Morphology fusional
Alignment NOM-ACC
Credits
Created by RHaden
(vocab extension: Cedh)

Aθáta is a language of the Edastean family, spoken in the Rathedān highlands and the Milīr valley around 1000 YP. It is descended from the south-central dialects of Imperial Adāta.

Genealogy

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


A descendant of Aθáta itself is E'át.

Sample

  • Áfsian sif Síncan, θíscesor, θíscān Câθlas, méxθāx Sáma 'n Θálo: Ílnu ápin of-pacátiān mésein, ése θísclas rúlas ir écon ilín.
  • [ ˈav.ʒan ʃɪf ˈʃɪŋ.kan ˈθɪs.ce.zɔɾ ˈθɪs.kaːn ˈkaːð.las ˈmeʝ.ðaːx ˈsa.man ˈθa.lo ‖ ˈɪl.nu ˈa.pɪn ɔf.paˈka.caːn ˈme.zeɪn ˈe.ze ˈθɪs.klas ˈɾu.las ɪɾ ˈe.cɔn iˈlɪn ]
  • speak-IMP-3SG thus Síncan king=great king-3SG Cāθ=land brother-3PL Sun and Moon: before sit-HAB-1SG on throne-3SG father-1SG all country foreign be-PERF hostile to-1SG

(taken from the Tsinakan text)

See also