I wrote my first sentence in Achel:
Righ phelnol beknolko.
chase girl-GP boy-GP-ACC
Girls chase boys.
Then I drew a map of Keitel's five continents and the major islands, labeling the continents. I still haven't drawn the mountains and rivers yet, though. Those are for a later day.
I named the major countries, determined the languages that were spoken in each country, and named 512 major cities that still stand to this day (five hundred twelve would be written 200 in the Keitelese hexadecimal base). Those city names are necessary to help me name chemical elements (I haven't named them all yet), and to decide where the universities will go.
Although Keitel has one-world government, in the ancient past it had many countries, each with their own cultures and languages. Here are the major countries that once existed on each continent, the major languages that were spoken there, and the modern cities that were placed in that country when Keitel had countries (an asterisk denotes that the city was that country's capital):
Note the cities that were in Ach, where Achel originated:
Tlaoksouhh*, Diakhphud, Louiz, Deshcoan, Poudphud, Nailgos, Laimmuibh, Meighpuish, Muibhkajlei, Coandom, Poudsoun, Miakhmuibh, Dospoud, Chekhgos, Loksat, Zhubksat, Ksattlatl, Tlaokregh, Praibh, Raich, Armuibh, Souhhlous, Khansouhh, Ksoadphud, Ksighaps
These are the Achel words in my cities' names (noun+noun appositions are head-last; stative verbs follow the nouns they modify):
chekh: boom; to boom (quick growth; grow quickly)
dom: to be green
gos: lot (paved ~)
kajlei: to be grey
ksigh: bank, riverbank
laim: trek; to trek
lous: to be sweet
miakh: shrub, bush
muibh: village, town
nail: plane (flat surface)
phud: city, town
poud: rock, stone (count noun)
regh: to be orange
souhh: damp valley
soun: to be white
tlaok: land (area)
tlatl: to be happy
Khan and Ksoad are people's names. Other morphemes are dead morphemes, or refer to local plants and animals I haven't created yet.
Among the Achni place names, there is an Easter egg. Can you find it? (Hint: It refers to me.)