Verd'landian Language
Vẽrdɩlandiɩ Spriga
Verdlandian language poster
Created by V. Chokin
Date Summer 2016
Ethnicity Verd'landians
Users 1  (date missing)
constructed language
  • a posteriori languages
    • naturalistic languages
      • Verd'landian Language
Dialects • Furristic
Official status
Official language in Vladislavian state flag Vladislavia
Regulated by Linguistic Committee
of National Language

(Rixdag of Vladislavia)
Language codes
ISO 639-1 VL

Verd'landian (vdl. Vẽrdɩlandiɩ Spriga; old vdl. Vэrdїlandiї Spriga) - is the official language of Republic of Vladislavia. It is constructed by founder of Vladislavia, and regulating by him.

Verd'landian is young language, and has only basic grammar with 600 recorded words in dictionary.


Earlier Verd'landian Language (The only saved text)
"Map of the Redwallian Railways. Is not suits real contour of country". This is the earliest text in Redwallian,which was survived.

The first language, created by Chokin, was "Redwallian". It was in service by redwallian fanfictional universe of Vladislav.

But after 3 reforms of universe, which was almost separated from Redwall and became a Verd'land in 2015, the language was reformed too, and transfromed into Verd'landian. In the same time, the first original words were recorded in electronic vocabulary. This language became more independent from existing ones.

On 17th August 2017, the alphabet was reformed, and language has de-facto divided at Verd'landian and Vladislavian parts.


Verd'landian language - is mix of Romanian, German and Russian in vocabulary base, and mix of Russian and English in grammar. But also this language has elements of Celtic, Latin, Lithuanian, Albanian and other languages.

Problems of language

  • Grammatical rules are born spontaneously, and their amount is too small to be able to speak freely.
  • Rules aren't recorded. Studying is almost impossible.
  • Without knowing of Russian and English, logic of Verd'landian language is quite hard for understanding.
  • This language should be more puristic - at this moment, it has a plenty of words, imported from German and Latin. This problem would be fixed as soon as possible.


Reformed alphabet

Letter Name Spelling Old analogue
A a А [a]
àã A ўntriї [æ] Ă ă
B b Be (bэ) [b]
C c Tse (cэ) [ts]
Č č Che (če) [tʃ]
D d De (dэ) [d]
E e Ie (їe) [e]
Ё ё Їo ўntriї [œ] Ø ø
Ẽ ẽ Eh (ẽ) [e] Э э
F f Ehf (эf) [f]
G g Ge (gэ) [g]
H h Kha (ha) [h]
J J Ha lotiї [ɦ]
I i I [i]
Ɩ ɩ I skurtўї [j] Ї ї
Ī ī I harnўї [ji]
K k Ka [k]
L l Ehl (эl) [l]
M m Ehm (эm) [m]
N n Ehn (эn) [n]
O o O [o]
P p Pe (pэ) [p]
R r Ehr (эr) [r]
S s Es (эs) [s]
Š š Sha (ša) [ʂ]
T t Teh (tэ) [t]
U u U [u]
Ỹ ỹ Y [ɨ] Ў ў
V v Veh (vэ) [v]
Ž ž Zhe (žэ) [ʐ]
Z z Zeh (zэ) [z]


Parcɩat spunuarilor (Parts of speech)

  • Obɩektiv (Objective - Noun)
  • Krezetiv (Descriptive - Adjective)
  • Fačetiv (Actionive - Verb)
  • Doklorizativ (Generalizetive - Abstract noun)
  • Hegotiv (Howtive - Adverb)
  • Personitiv (Personitive - Pronoun)
  • Lokativ (Locative - Prepositive)
  • Adãugativ (Addive - Other parts of speech)


Is a typical noun, which can have any suffix.

Examples: Zẽmra (Land), Asga (Water), Ard (Fire), Oraht (Air).


Can be created from noun, and have only two kinds of suffixes - "ỹɩ" or "iɩ".

Examples: Marỹɩ (Great), Neviɩ (New), Haftỹɩ (Main), Sarnỹɩ (Hot).


Is the verb, and can be created from any word. Actually, it can be the base word, which creates other ones. If it is not neɩtraliɩ (neutral - or just infinitive), it can have original suffix "cɩ" (suffix of present tense) and can be declensed by another tense. Regardless of original tense of verb (infinitive or present), it can be morphed for urging form (described below).

Examples: Fače (Do), Miɩtẽcɩ (Opening), Aɩtẽcɩ (Closing), Mỹnẽcɩ (Eating).


Is the noun, which was typically morphed from verb, and it generalizes the action which was described by it. Its actual attribute is the "uar" suffix, but other suffixes (for example "cɩ") can be used too, despite amount of that exceptions is not very big. Actual analogues of doklorizativ in English are suffixes "ship" and "ness".

Example: Zegetuar (Petition. Morphed from verb "zegecɩ" - "asking"), Nɩovarduar (Impossibility. Morphed from two words: "nɩo vardẽcɩ" - "can not").


Typical adverb. Is created by "esk" or "ẽsk" suffixes.

Examples: Fenẽsk (Brightly), Grizẽlesk (Accidentally, Randomly)


Pronoun. Shows the object without giving of actual name for it. There is a list of pronouns:

  • Ẽhɩ/Vɩo (I/We)
  • Du/Dulgaɩ (You (informal)/You (formal). Last one is not very usable.)
  • Dulãrɩ (You (for group))
  • Irg/Irga/Irgo (He/She/It. Last one is not popular.)
  • Irgat (They)


Prepositive. Shows position of the object in space. There is a list of prepositives:

  • La/On (On)
  • In (In)
  • Inur (Inside)
  • Atur (Outside)
  • Ỹntrã (Between)
  • Ẽlɩotẽsk (In front of)
  • Lit (Above)
  • Zem (Under)


Everything, which is not part of groups above.

Visedarat (Cases)

Anitiɩ VisedarNominativeVisedar (Case), Laɩv (Ship), Lihɩ (Town/City), Librul (Book), Mẽra (Sea)
Doviɩ VisedarGenitive, Accusative (occasionally)Visedarẽlor (Visedarilor), Laɩvẽlor (Laɩvilor), Lihelor (Lihilor), Librulor (Librẽlor), Mẽrẽlor (Mẽrilor)
Triɩ VisedarPassive formVisedarẽlo, Laɩvẽlo, Lihelo, Librulo, Mẽrilo

Vigoariɩ dalagerut (Urging form)

Reformed language took some suffixes instead of old "tэ":

  • "...var" - to one person. (Fačevar sẽ! - Do this!)
  • "...zi" - to group of persons. (Fačezi sẽ! - (all you) Do this!)

Gerundiɩ (Gerund)

New rule, which signs morphing of verb's suffix, if this verb should answer the question "what doing?", "what did?" and "what will doing?" in complicated sentences.

What doing?"...le"
What was doing?\What did?"...mar"
What will doing?\What will do?"...limt"


Noriɩ gerundiɩ

"Vɩo mỹnẽnɩ šaldarimt, ɩashacile on valeštɩ ỹnvecỹɩ kvorgelor" - "We were eating ice cream, sitting at the wall of old fortress."

Lihestỹɩ gerundiɩ

"Fačemar darbul in niva, Mirenɩ riemanɩ tu irgỹn homɩ la unginɩ krenulor" - "(When) Ended work in the field, Miren' returned to his home on (in) the edge of steading"

Viɩtoriɩ gerundiɩ

"Žẽrgihtlimt grahɩt muntẽnɩ, du vardẽštɩ tu bautarecɩ asga din suriɩat." - "Riding throw the mountain, you will be able to drink the water from sources"

Native data names


  • Second - Sekunda
  • Hour - Or
  • Day (The same for day's time and time interval) - Zivgarɩ
  • Week - Orvetanɩ
  • Month - Liɩhut
  • Year - Anul


  • Winter - Vɩantarɩ, Ɩarnã
  • Spring - Sfigurɩ, Lirga
  • Summer - Sumtarɩ, Atarɩa
  • Autumn - Otamɩ, Tamnã

Months Names

Callings of months are slav-styled, and have actual translation in Russian. The days of the week haven't translation at all.

Month NameRussian TranslationSlavic AnalogueEnglish TranslationGrigorian Calendar Analogue
HaldarɩСтуженьBY: СтудзеньMonth of FrostJanuary
ČeretarɩНадеждень-Month of HopeFebruary
LasarɩКапарьBY: СакавікMonth of Drops FallingMarch
LifegimarɩЖизнедарь-Month, which gives a LifeApril
FloarɩЦветеньCZ: KvětenMonth of FloweringMay
SlorgarɩМирень-Month of PieceJune
KarstarɩЖарень-Month, which "roasting" by heatJuly
RevitarɩГотовень-Month of PreparationAugust
RikumtarɩУрожаеньBY: ЖнітарьMonth of HarvestingSeptember
PlavarɩДождень-Month of RainsOctober
VỹntuarɩВетрень-Month of WindNovember
KloretarɩСнеженьBY: Снежань;
MK: Снежник
Month, which makes SnowDecember
Name of DayEnglish Translation


NumberVerd'landian Translation
10(An) Zẽče
NumberVerd'landian Translation
100(An) Suta
1000(An) Miɩa
10 000Zẽče Miɩat
1 000 000 (An) Million

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