| To Be Continued...|
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Tkeḏ is a T1 language of the Southeastern branch; it is most closely related to Teyetáti, and more generally to such languages as Omari, East and West Yalan, Tumetıęk, Cednìtıt, Hkətl’ohnim, and Cëzëdeğozin.
| Tkeḏ |
[ tkɛð ]
|Period||c. 0 YP|
|Spoken in||Yètùpono'mòn mountains (SE Tuysáfa)|
|Total speakers||unknown, thought to be less than 10,000|
|Classification|| T1 languages|
|Basic word order||VOS|
|Morphology||agglutinating/polysynthetic with some fusion|
|fricative||f · v||ð||s · z||x · ɣ||h|
- /ʔ/ is written ❬q❭.
- /ð x ɣ/ are written ❬Đ Ǥ Ḵ❭ in uppercase and ❬ḏ ḡ ḵ❭ in lowercase.
- /j w/ are written ❬y w❭.
The Tkeḏ vowel inventory is as follows. Vowels can be one of three tones: High, mid, or low.
|close||i · y||u|
|mid||ɛ · œ|
|open||aɪ · a · aʊ|
- /á ɛ́ œ́ í ý ú/ are written as ❬á é ó í ú ẃ❭.
- /a ɛ œ i y u/ are written as ❬a e o i u w❭.
- /à ɛ̀ œ̀ ì ỳ ù/ are written as ❬à è ò ì ù ẁ❭.