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Posted: 04 Feb 2019 05:58
by Shemtov
In 1966, linguists found a language spoken by three people in the Hamaijan Rural District, in Iran. Their notes have been lost for a while, they have been rediscovered and the language, called Hadandi is a descendent of Elamite.

/b t d t͡ʃ d͡ʒ k g/ <b t d č j k g>
/m n/ <m n>
/f v s z ʃ ʒ x ɣ/ <f v š ž h gh>
/r l/ <r l>
/j/ <y>

/i a u e o/ <i a u e o>

Nouns do not decline for case, but take the plural suffix -(a/i)f. A genitive case can be found, -n for singular nouns ending in vowels, and -i, for plural nouns, and nouns ending in consonants.
Yeghi "Brother"
Yeghif "Brothers"
Yeghin "Brother's"
Yeghifi "Brothers'"

Haghay "friend"
Haghayif "Friends"
Haghayi "Friend's
Haghayifi "Friends'"

Re: Hadandi

Posted: 09 Oct 2020 04:10
by eldin raigmore
Are we permitted to assume the first paragraph or first two sentences are fiction?
Have you developed this further?
Would you like to show us?