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Manchuahura/Manĉŭa
Nujia
Spoken in North and southern Nujia
Total speakers None (obsolete)
Language family Isolate
Writing system Latin (Predominate), Cloud and Rain,and Cyrillic
Language type Unknown



MManchuahura, (/mɑntʃuːhwɑːʊrɑ) Mančūa (/mɑntʃuːhwɑ) or (ˈmænˌdʒuːhwɑ) in the local slang, is a Trade Language spoken in Nujia. The Language inherits its basics from the Nujian language (the proto-language). It is referred to as a trade language because some of the Mančūa words sound roughly similar to the English translation.

Etymology

The word "Manchuahura", in the language itself, means "New Language". Derived from "Măn" (New) and "Ĉuăhŭră" (Language). Manchua is the prefered name given to the language by locals.

Phonology

The phonetic properties of the language are like those of most Indo-European languages.


  

Bilabial

Labio-
dental

Dental

Alveolar

Post-
alveolar

Palatal

Velar

Glottal

Nasal

m

n

ŋ

Stop

p  b

t  d

k  ɡ

Affricate

t͡s  d͡z

tʃ  dʒ

Fricative

f  v

s  z

ʃ  ʒ

x

h

Approximant

r

j

w

Lateral

l

History

In late 2013, the Proto-Nujian Language emerged in the Tanova Area. Its base was the Nujian language and from that it split and became the Eshunite language and the Mancuahura. Eventually it becomes the national language of Nujia.

Impact of the movement

Since November, the language has lost popularity amonst the Nujians. People found it diffucult to understand because it was written in too many different writing systems. Thus lead to the adaptation of Esperanto. 

Orthography

The language is compatible with most writing systems but primarily taught in the Latin alphabet. For some occasions the language uses its adaptation of the Shavian Alphabet.

a ā/aa/ä b č/ĉ d dz e ē/æ f g h i ī j k l m n o/ō p r s š t ts/ç u/õ ū/uu/ö v x/ĥ y/ü z ž/ĵ
ɑ ɑ: b tʃ  d d͡z e e: f g h i i j k l m n o p r s ʃ t t͡s u u v x y z ʒ

Xertam

Xertam (xɛrˌtämˈ) is the defunct writing system that was used in Nujia. Most evidence of the writing system has been found on rocks and wood planks (thus were the name Xertam comes from; Xerp= block & Tām= wood) in the flood plain of Avenus. Pictures are yet to be released

Examples

Rur nūvakh skjop alunlep ōlv dnū ruakkoni idhit dnu stējl. Jotsalu tametnā dzim nesuōl dnū negāsnojs dnū tlēždug et ēnā lātsenuv ni lātsips.


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(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)

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