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The Aunderic language (Onderaî dül) is a language spoken in Southern Dagestan.

Alphabet

Majuscule Forms (also called uppercase or capital letters)
A B C Ç D E F G Ğ I Î J K L M N O P R S Ş Ś T U Ü V Z
Minuscule Forms (also called lowercase or small letters)
a b c ç d e f g ğ i î j k l m n o p r s ş ś t u ü v z


IPA

  • A a [a]
  • B b [b]
  • C c [dʒ]
  • Ç ç [tʃ]
  • D d [d]
  • E e [e]
  • F f [f]
  • G g [g]
  • Ğ ğ [h] (mute in middle and end)
  • I i [i]
  • Î î [ø]
  • J j [j]
  • K k [k]
  • L l [l]
  • M m [m]
  • N n [n]
  • O o [o]
  • P p [p]
  • R r [r]
  • S s [s]
  • Ş ş [ʃ]
  • Ś ś [z]
  • T t [t]
  • U u [u]
  • Ü ü [y]
  • V v [v]
  • Z z [ts]

Grammar

Personal pronouns

Comparison Chart
Aunderic Turkish English
ban ben me, I
san sen you (2nd singular person)
on o he/she/it
biś biz we, us
san sen you (2nd plural person)
onan onlar they

Cases

Aunderic is an agglutinative language and frequently uses affixes, and specifically suffixes, or endings.

Case Ending Aunderic English
Nominative Ø (none) koîj (the) village
Genitive -an koîjan village's
Dative -es koîjes to the village
Accusative -i koîji the village
Ablative -da koîjda from the village
Locative -liçe koîjliçe in/at the village
Aunderic English
îf (the) house
îfla (the) houses
îfsan your house
îfban my house
îfbanliçe at my house
îfsanan of your house
îfsanda from your house
îfsandaon He/she/it [to be] in your house.
îfsandaonbelki He/she/it [to be probably] in your house.
Îfsandaban. I [to be] in your house.
Îfsandabanbelki. I [to be probably] in your house.
Îfsandabanali? Am I in your houses?

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