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qangr gurzbekugteq

ek kvarda rzezr: qangonuk dzoRoted


qangr nededzugteq:

rezegnuk tangr tangteq glizteddanob tangteq petteq.
rzenguk iqapapteq tangr glizteddanob droz nedendzugteq,
dzovukmeg zebteq tangr beGob.
komd broghuklmeg qoRqoRteq tangr beGob.
edemuk tangr itanateq, biz demuk kregekr.
Roghuk gurztedbozteq tangr gurztedbozgz
dzovuk garakteq tangr garakob, quid gorduk vodnok qengr ek begoqugr.
dzovuk krzeteq tangr zozorob ek kreguk umdz vez kzadbek,
dzovuk aradanteq tangr aradanob umdz.
dzovuk korddanteq tangr droz nededzugdz.
qRoquk lenkbekugdz ek kepepudz, telreguk vodnok beGbek umr
ek dzagoguk kordreq umr ziR
ek arauk zamdak

Smooth Translation

And now the second part: magical tongue

Let us sing!

Spirit of spirits receive the brightness of your spirit.
The spirit of Iqapep receives the brightness of all men.
While the plant spirit doesn't give it
if the fire spirit would not fight it
The spirit of Itana works until night
The spirit of the lake works in the manner of the lake
The spirit of the wind gives wind sot that the head and clothes are blown upon
The spirit of the tree gives shade and protection from danger
The spirits of goodness give goodness to them
The spirit of love gives love to all men.
They lead weak men and children, make them calm and forces them to love each other
And it is good forever


This language is VSO. It is highly inflected and employs complex verbs, although there aren't truely a lot of these forms in this text. There are several cases which are used in this text out of the original seven, and these inflections are put on the end of noungs. Pronouns are also inflected as nouns. Adjective roots can be conjugated as verb roots, and are considered to belong to the verbal class. If an adjective modifies a noun, the adjective must take on an "Adjectiveal Derivational Morpheme" ('ted' in qangr), but it remains uninflected. Since the verb is highly inflected, this language drops the subject of the sentence if it can be implied by context. No determiners are used in this language. There are two moods in qangr - subjunctive and indicitive.

Noun Structure:

Root + (NDM) + plural + inflection

Verb Structure:

(tense) + Root + inflection + (mood) + (negation)

Passive Construction:

Main Verb + vodnok + Object (NOM) + Subject (INST)


ara good
begoq clothing
biz until
brogh to fight
edem to work
ek and
droz all
dzoRo magic
dzov to give
garak wind
gliz light
gurztedboz lake
kepep child
kord to love
kreg to protect
krze tree
kzad danger
lenk weak
iqapep proper noun - name from original text
itana proper noun - name from original text
komd if (requires that following inflected verb take subjunctive mood)
kregek night
kva two
nededz man
qang tongue, language
qeng head
qoRqoR fire
qRoq to guide/herd
quid that, so that
tang spirit
telreg to be calm, easy-going
rzeng to get/receive
rzez piece/part
Rogh to take
vez from (assigns instrumental case)
ved when/while
vodnok to be
zamdak forever
ziR reflexive pronoun
zeb plant
zozor shade
zuz to sing


beG 3nd person singular
um 3rd person plural


-bek instrumental case (NDM also, used to create agent form, aka '-er' in English)
-dan NDM for abstract concepts
-dz marks dative case
-kiz imperative
l marks subjunctive mood
-meg marks negation
-ob Accusative case
-on VDM
-r marks Nominative Case
-rda creates cardinal number
-ted ADM
teq marks genetive case
-ug marks plural
uk thrid person singular


ACC Accusative Case
ADM Adjectival Derivational Morpheme
DAT Dative case
INST Instrumental case
NDM Nominal Derivational Morpheme
NOM Nominal Case
VDM Verbal Derivational Moprheme

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February 19th, 2007
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