Akana

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Akana
Timeline
Nations

Empire of Athalē
Huyfárah
Ndak Empire

Geography

Peilaš
 Aiwa valley
  Kasca
  Lasomo
 Rathedān

Languages of Akana

Eigə-Isthmus languages
Hitatc languages
Isles languages
Macro-Edastean languages
  Talo-Edastean languages
    Edastean languages
  Xoronic languages
Peninsular languages
Western languages

External history

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Akana (Ndak Ta: Ngkana; Fáralo: Kečǽnə), also known as Ranradius, is the collaborative conworld where the 2005 ZBB reconstruction game, then subsequently the ZBB conlang derivation relay, were set. It was originally created in a collaborative fashion by Zompist, Dewrad, and Radius Solis (in the Western sphere) and by Legion, Ran, and Rory (in the Eastern sphere), following Legion's original game suggestion. Ran and Radius Solis were respectively responsible for the proto-languages Proto-Isles and Ndak Ta.

History

Main article: History of Akana

Geography

See also: Maps of Akana

Politics

Languages

Main article: Languages of Akana







  • Anatolionesian languages: Proto-Anatolionesian
    • Ōmishima (Ōmishima)

  • !Ho languages: Ancient !Ho
    • Xšali (Xša)
    • !Huwan

Domains

Main article: AkanaWiki:Domains

Names

Language Name Pronunciation Etymology / meaning
Ndak Ta Ngkana [ŋ̩ˈkɐ̃.na] "world"
Adāta Akana [ˈa.ka.na] ← NT Ngkana
Fáralo (lu) Kečǽnə [lu kɛˈʧæ.nə] ← NT (luk) Ngkana
Naidda (l)-Kana [ləˈka.nə] ← NT (luk) Ngkana
Wippwo Kana ['ka.na] ← Naidda Kana
Buruya Nzaysa Ŋkana [ŋ̩ˈka.na] ← NT Ngkana
Ndok Aisô Ngkadeu [ŋ̩ˈkaː.ðɛw] ← NT Ngkana
Mavakhalan (śj)akana [ˈʃa.ka.na] ← Adāta (si) Akana
Ayāsthi àċann [ˈɑ.xɑnː] ← Adāta Akana
Æðadĕ Æxn [ˈæx.n̩] ← Adāta Akana
Aθáta Axna [ˈaɣ.na] ← Adāta Akana
Pencek Khana [ˈkʰaː.na] ← Adāta Akana
Namɨdu Ketsenna [kɛˈʦʰɛn.nɐ] ← Fáralo Kečǽnə
Woltu Falla Luččān [lutˈtʃɑːn] ← Fáralo lu Kečǽnə
Proto-Lukpanic Mitaŋmal [ˈmi.ta.ŋ͡mal] "dog-world"
Ìletlégbàku Mitàma [mi.tɑ̀.mɑ] ← Naəgbum Lukpanic Mitãmal
Ishoʻu ʻOhu Mitòamoalo [mi.tɔ̀.mɔ.lo] ← Isi Lukpanic Mitåmål
Nåmúþ Kešén [kɛ'ʃɛ́n] ← Namɨdu Ketsenna

See also

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