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Russlish

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Language name: Russlish
alphabet

A a/A a as Eng. a in father
B b/Б б as Eng. b in bit
C c/Ц ц as Eng. ts in tsar.
Ch ch/Ч ч as Eng. ch in cherry
D d/Д д as Eng. d in day
Dh dh/ Дх дх as Eng. th in this
E e/Е е as Eng. e in epic
F f/Ф ф as Eng. f in father
G g/Г г as Eng. g in go
H h/Х х as Eng. h in have
I i/И и as Eng. i in bit
J j/Џ џ as Eng. j in Joe.
K k/К к as Eng. c in cat
L l/Л л as Eng. l in love
M m/М м as Eng. m in milk
N n/Н н as Eng. n in new
O o/Ó ó as Eng. o in not
P p/П п as Eng. p in pea.
R r/Р р as Eng. r in red.
S s/С с as Eng. s in site.
Sh sh/Ш ш as Eng. sh in she
T t/Т т as Eng. t in table
Th th/Тх тх as Eng. th in three
U u/У у as Eng. oo in book
V v/В в as Eng. v in vocal
W w/ Вв вв as Eng. w in west
X x/Кс кс as Eng. w in west
Y y/ Й й as Eng. y in yes
Yu yu/Ю ю as in Eng. you
Ya ya/ Яя as in Eng. yard
Z z/З з as Eng. z in zebra
Zh zh/Жж as Eng. s in pleasure, French j in jour.
Ë ë / Ë ë as Eng. a in about
Å å/O o as Russian o in вода (water), молоко (milk)
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Re: Russlish

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Grammar

I. Verbs

I – Aya/Aя
you – tyu/тю (for one person)
he – hon/хóн
she – shona/шóнa
it - tene/тeнe
we – wye/ввйe
you – vyu/вю (for two, three,.. person)
they – thni/тхни (for male), shni/шни (for female)

to be – bet/бет:

PRESENT

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I am – Ayem/Aйеm
you are – tyerish/тйериш (for one person)
he is – honeri/хóнери
she is - shonera/шóнерa
it is - tenere/тенерe
we are – wyermi/ввйерми
you are – vyurte/вюрте (for two, three,.. person)
they are – thniryat/тхнирят (for male)
they are - shniryat/шнирят (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I am not – Neyem/ Heйеm
you aren't - nerish/нериш (for one person)
he isn't – (hon) neri/(хóн) нери
she isn't - (shona) nera/(шóнa) нерa
it isn't- (tene) nere/(тене) нeрe
we aren't – (wye) nermi/(ввйе) нeрми
you aren't – (vyu) nerte/(вю) нeрте (for two, three,.. person)
they aren't – (thni) neryat/(тхни) нeрят (for male)
they aren't - (shni) neryat/(шни) нeрят (for female)

PAST TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I was – aywil/aйввил
you were – tyewil/тйеввил (for one person)
he was – honwil/хóнввил
she were – shonwila/шóнввилa
it was - tenwil/тенввил
we were – wyewli/ ввйеввли
you were – vyuwli/вюввли (for two, three,.. person)
they were – thniwli/тхниввли (for male)
they were - shniwle/шниввлe (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I wasn't – Aya newil/Aяa нeввил
you weren't – tye newil/тйе нeввил (for one person)
he wasn't – hon newil/хóн нeввил
she weren't – shona newila/шóнa нeввилa
it wasn't - tene newilo/тенe нeввилó
we weren't – wye newli/ ввйе нeввли
you weren't – vyu newli/вю нeввли (for two, three,.. person)
they weren't – thni newli/тхни нeввли (for male)
they weren't - shni newle/шни нeввлe (for female)

FUTURE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I will – aydu/aйду
you will – tyedesh/тйедeш (for one person)
he will – honde/хóндe
she will – shonda/шóндa
it will - tendo/тендó
we will – wyedme/ввйедмe
you will – vyudite/вюдитe (for two, three,.. person)
they will – thnidyat/тхнидят (for male)
the wi'll - shnidyat/шнидят (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I won't – neydu/aйду
you won't – nedesh/недeш (for one person)
he won't – nehonde/нeхóндe
she won't – neshonda/нeшóндa
it won't - netendo/нeтендó
we won't – newyedme/нeввйедмe
you won't – nevyudite/нeвюдитe (for two, three,.. person)
they' won't – nethnidyat/нeтхнидят (for male)
they'll won't - neshnidyat/нeшнидят (for female)

to speak – spivårit/спиворит:

I speak – (Aya) spivåryu/(Aя) спиворю
you speak – (tyu) spivårsh/(тю) спивоpш (for one person)
he speaks – (hon) spivåri/(хóн) спивоpи
she speaks – (shona) spivåri/(шóнa) спивоpи
we speak – (wye) spivårmi/(ввйe) спивоpми
you speak – (vyu) spivårte /(вю) спивоpте (for two, three,.. person)
they speak – (thni) spivåryat/(тхни) спивоpят (for male)
they speak - (shni) spivåryat /(шни) спивоpят (for female)

Example in sentence:
Do you speak Russlish ? – Dë spivårsh Russlish? /Дë спивоpш Pyccлиш?
or:
Dë spivårte Russlish? /Дë спивоpте Pyccлиш?
I am speak Russlish. – Spivåryu Russlish/Cпиворю Pyccлиш.

to have - hemit/хемит

PRESENT

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I have (I've), I'm having - (Aya) hemayu/(Aя) хемaю
you have, you're having- (tyu) hemash/ (тю) хемaш (for one person)
he has, he's having - (hon) hema/(хóн) хемa
she has, she's having - (shona) hema/(шóнa) хемa
it has, it's having - (tene) hemo/(тeнe) хемó
we have, we're having- (wye) hemami/(ввйe) хемaми
you have, you're having - (vyu) hemate/(вю) хемaте (for two, three,.. person)
they have, they're having - (thni) hemayat /(тхни) хемaят (for male)
they have, they're having - (shni) hemayat/(шни) хемaят (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I haven't - (Aya) nemayu/(Aя) немaю
you haven't - (tyu) nemash/ (тю) немaш (for one person)
he haven't - (hon) nema/(хóн) немa
she haven't - (shona) nema/(шóнa) немa
it hasn't - (tene) nemo/(тeнe) немó
we haven't - (wye) nemami/(ввйe) немaми
you haven't - (vyu) nemate/(вю) немaте (for two, three,.. person)
they haven't - (thni) nemayat /(тхни) немaят (for male)
they haven't - (shni) nemayat/(шни) немaят (for female)


PAST TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I had - (Aya) hemil/(Aя) хемил
you had - (tyu) hemil/(тю) хемил (for one person)
he had - (hon) hemil/(хóн) хемил
she had - (shona) hemila/(шóнa) хемилa
it had - (tene) hemilo/(тeнe) хемилó
we had (wye) hemili/(ввйe) хемили
you had - (vyu) hemili/(вю) хемили (for two, three,.. person)
they had - (thni) hemili/(txни) хемили (for male)
they had - (shni) hemile/(шни) хемилe (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I wasn't having - (Aya) nemil/(Aя) немил
you wasn't having - (tyu) nemil/(тю) немил (for one person)
he wasn't having - (hon) nemil/(хóн) немил
she wasn't having- (shona) nemila/(шóнa) немилa
it wasn't having - (tene) nemilo/(тeнe) немилó
we wasn't having - (wye) nemili/(ввйe) немили
you wasn't having - (vyu) nemili/(вю) немили (for two, three,.. person)
they wasn't having - (thni) nemili/(txни) немили (for male)
they wasn't having - (shni) nemile/(шни) немилe (for female)


FUTURE TENSE

AFFIRMATIVE FORM:

I'll have - (Aya) hemadu/(Aя) хемaду
you'll have - (tyu) hemadesh/(тю) хемaдеш (for one person)
he'll have - (hon) hemade/(хóн) хемaде
she'll have - (shona) hemada/(шóнa) хемaдa
it'll have - (tene) hemado/(тeнe) хемaдó
we'll have (wye) hemadme/(ввйe) хемaдме
you'll have - (vyu) hemadite/(вю) хемaдите (for two, three,.. person)
they'll have - (thni) hemadyat/(тxни) хемaдят (for male)
they'll have - (shni) hemadyat/(шни) хемaдят (for female)

NEGATIVE FORM:

I won't having - (Aya) nemadu/(Aя) немaду
You won't having- (tyu) nemadesh/(тю) немaдеш (for one person)
he won't having- (hon) nemade/(хóн) немaде
she won't having - (shona) nemada/(шóнa) немaдa
it won't having - (tene) nemado/(тeнe) немaдó
we won't having - (wye) nemadme/(ввйe) немaдме
you won't having - (vyu) nemadite/(вю) немaдите (for two, three,.. person)
they won't having - (thni) nemadyat/(txни) немaдят (for male)
they won't having - (shni) nemadyat/(шни) немaдят (for female)



to arise – ersat/ерсат

to ask – asosit/acócит

to awake – ewudit/еввудит

to be – bet/бет

to bear – bedit/бедит
to beat – bidrot/бидрót
to become – bitat/битaт
to begin – bichat/бичат
to bend – bezvit/безвит
to bet – bevit/бевит
to bite – baykusit/байкусит
to bleed – blavat/блавaт

to bless – blovit/блóвит
to blow – blut/блут
to break – bråmat/бромат

to breathe – brut/бpyт
to bring – bresit/бресит
to broadcast – bredavat/бредават
to build – bruit/бруит
to burn – buzhit/бужит
to burst – birat/бират
to buy – bapit/бапит

to can – kechit/кечит

to carry – kesit/кеcит
to catch – kevit/кевит

to cause – kochinit/кóчинит
to choose – churat/чурат

to climb – klazat/клазат
to come – kayt/кайт

to copulate – kåvupyit/koвyплйит
to cost – kounit/кóуниит

to count – kaitat/кaитат

to crawl – krozat/крóзaт
to creep – krizat/кризат

to curse – kërlyit/këpлйит
to cut – kazat/казат

to dance – decovat/децóвaт

to die – daret/дapeт
to dig – dipat/дипат
to do – dulat/дулат
to draw – drovat/дрóвaт
to dream – drnit/дрнит
to drink – drit/дрит
to drive – drizit /дризит

to drown – drapit/дpaпит

to dwell – dwit/дввит
to eat – isat/исат
to fall – fosat/фóсат
to feed – fimit/фимит
to feel – fitåvat/фитоват
to fight – fayrit/файрит
to find – fayt/файт
to fit – fidit/фидит
to flee – fližat/флижат
to fly – flet/флет
to forbit – forit/фópит
to forget – fobit/фóбит
to freeze – frinut/фринут

to gather – gebrat/гeбpaт
to get – gebit/гебит
to give – git/гит
to go – giyt/гийт
to grind – grot/грóт
to grow – grasit/грасит
to hang – hasit/хасит

to have - hemit/хемит

to hear – hishat/хишат

to help – hegat/хeгaт
to hide – hayrit/хайрит

to hit – hirit/хиpит
to hold – hozhat/хóжат

to hunt – havit/хaвит

to jump – jachit/џaчит
to keep – kizhat/кижат

to kick – kinit/кинит

to kill – kibit/кибит

to kiss – kilovat/килóват
to kneel – kniyt/книйт
to knit – knetat/кнетат
to know – knat/кнат

to lack – lestavat/леcтaвaт

to laught – lameyit/лaмeйит
to lay – leyit/лейит
to lead – lidit/лидит
to learn – lirit/ лиpит
to leave – livit/ливит
to lend – lezhit/лежит
to lie – layrat/лайрат

to lie – layzhat/лайжат
to light – lazhet/лажет

to live – lizhit/лижит
to lose – lurat/лурат

to lose – luzhit/лyжит
to make – meylat/мейлат

to marry – menchat/менчат
to mean – michit/мичит
to meet – metit/метит
to mow – mousit/мóycит
to overtake – ovodit/oвoдит

to own – oznat/óзнат
to pay – peytit/пейтит

to play – plirat/плират

to pray – prålit/пролит
to prove – pruzat/прузат
to put – puvit/пувит
to read – ritat/ритат

to rest – rivat/pиват
to ride – raynat/райнат
to run – rechit/речит
to say – sezat/ceзат
to see – sidet/cидет
to seek – sikat/сикат

to seem – sizat/cизaт
to send – senlat/сенлат

to serve – sëzhivat/cëживат
to set – savit/caвит
to sew – syit/cйит
to shave – sherit/шерит
to shine- shayit/шайит
to shoe – shubut/шубут
to shoot – shulat/шулат

to should – shunyit/шyнйит

to shout – shachat/шачат
to show – shobat/шóбат
to sing – set/cet
to sink – sinuzit/синузит
to sit – sedet/ceдeт
to slay – slibit/cлибит
to sleep – slat/cлат
to slide – slazat/cлaзaт
to slit –slårot/cлорóт

to smell – småuhat/cмoyхат

to smile – smenut/cменут

to sneeze – snihat/cнихат
to sow – sayat/caят

to speak – spivårit/спиворит
to spend – spochit/cпóчит
to spill – spilit/cпилит
to spin – spetet/cпетет
to spit – spinut/cпинут
to spoil – spit/cпит
to spread – spirit/cпирит

to squat – skwåchat/cкввaчaт
to stand – ståyt/cтoйт

to start – stachat/cтaчaт

to stay – åstat/ocaтaт
to steal – stasit/cтacит
to sting – stalit/cтaлит
to stink – stinat/cтинaт

to stop – stovit/cтóвит
to strike – ståvat/cтoват

to suck – sasat/cacaт
to sweep – swesit/cввecит
to swell – swechit/cввeчит
to swim – swavat/cввaвaт
to swing – swachat/cввaчaт
to take – tezat/тeзaт

to talk – tovarit/тóваpит

to taste – teibåvat/тeибoвaт
to teach – tichit/тичит
to tear – tirgat/тиргaт

to tell – tazat/тaзaт

to thank – thenarit/тхeнapит
to think – thilit/тхилит
to throw – thnut/тхнут

to tire – taimit/тaимит

to touch – taupat/тayпaт

to trade – tregåvat/тpeгoвaт

to turn – tërotit/тëpóтит
to undergo – andestat/aндестат
to understand – andumet/aндумет
to upset – apkoyt/aпкóйт

to vomit – våhat/вoхaт
to wake – wetisat/ввeтиcaт

to walk – wåvodit/ввoвóдит

to wash – womit/ввóмит
to weave – wikat/ввикaт

to weep – wikat/ввикaт
to wet – wochit/ввóчит
to win – widit/ввидит
to wind – winit/ввинит

to worship – wozhat/ввóжaт
to write – wrisat/ввриcaт
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Re: Russlish

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II. Nouns:


Nouns in Russlish are male, female and neutral gender.


MALE GENDER:



breb/бpeб (bread)

horny/хópнй (horse)

dovak/дóвaк (dog)

pertofel/пеpтóфел (potato)

tonåk/тóнoк (tomato)

nås /нoc (nose)

bevot /бeвóт (belly)

nåreh/нopeх (nut)

pendash /пендaш (pencil)

dikolari/дикóлари (dictionary)



FEMALE GENDER:



supa/cyпa (soup)

gusa/гyca (goose)

dachka/дaчкa (duck)

karåva/кaрoвa (cow)

keta/кeтa (cat)

selata/ceлaтa (salad)

pirsicha/пирсичa (pearch)

pirusha/пирушa (pear)

orancha/ópaнчa (orange)

chokolata/чóкóлaтa (chocolate)



NEUTRAL GENDER:



motra/мóтра (morning)

sance/caнцe (sun)

ejce/eйце (egg)

milåko/милoкó (milk)

kebust/кeбycт (cabbage)

grågrad/гpoгpaд (grapes)

bivå/бивo (beer)

wayno/ввaйнó (wine)

thrlå/тхрло (throat)

elaz/eлaз (eye)





air – veduh/вeдyх

anger – gnë/гнë

animal – enot/eнóт

ant – enava/енава

anus – anus/ануc

arm - enchka/eнчка

arrow – arelka/apeлкa

ash – pashel/пaшeл

aunt – onta/óнтa

axe – zåxa/зoксa

baby – mlaybi/млайби

back – zadek/задек

ball – myål/мйoл

basket – basina/басинa

bay – zbev/збев

beach – plich/плич

bear – bived/бивед

beard – bërda/бëpда

bed – kred/кpeд

bee – bila/билa

bell – bekal/бeкoл

bird – bdëra/бдëpa

blood – kluv/клyв

boat – shluat/шлуат

body – bolo/бóлó

bone – bost/бócт

bottom – bonå/бóнo

bow – souk /cóyк

bowl – shåul/шoyл

boy – måyk/мойк

brain – brezg/брезг

bread – breb/бреб

breast – gris/гpиc

brother – brater/бpaтeр

bud – padok/пaдóк

butter – matrå /мaтpo

buttock – zatok/зaтóк

cage – keyka/кейкa

cheek – shika/шикa

cheese – chir/чиp

chest – kåsto/кocтó

chief – vifåd/вифoд

child – reled/peлeд

chin – pidrån/пидpoн

circle – krukël/кpyкëл

cliff – slafa/цлaфa

cloud – åklado/oклaдó

club – klub/клyб

cold – holåd/хóлoд

colour – kolvet/кóлвeт

comb – gromen/грóмeн

cross – kres/кpec

crown – kråuna/кpoyнa

cup – chuk/чyк

daughter – dåcher/дoчep

day – deyn/дейн

death – serd/cepд

deer – dåren/дopeн

desire – zhaline/жaлинe

doll – kola/кóлa

door – duer/дyep

drop – parep/пapeп

drum – daruchik/даpyчик

dung – dåvoz/дoвóз

ear – irhå/иpхo

earth – zërya/зëpя

earth – hërud/хëpyд

edge – drej/дpeџ

face – ståsna/cтocнa

family – semila/ceмилa

fat – falå/фaлo

father – fatya/фaтя

fear – stirh/cтиpх

feather – ferdå/фepдo

field – folde/фóлдe

finger – fenst/фeнct

fire – mayzhër/майжëp

fish – risha/pишa

fist – kisåk /киcoк

flood – fåltud/фoлтyд

flour – mlaura/млaypa

flower – clatår/цлaтop

fly – fluha/флyхa

fog – togan/тóгaн

food – feda/фeдa

foot – nuta/нyтa

forehead – folbëd/фóлбëд

forest – flest/флecт

friend – dring/дpинг

front – frånt/фpoнт

furrow – bråuda/бpoyдa

ghost – gråsid/гpocид

girl – gërusha/гëpyшa

god – båd/бoд

guts – saltål/caлтoл

hail – gerd/гepд

hair – veyrås/вейрос

hand – henka/хeнкa

hat – hlen/хлен

hate – netav/нетав

head – hilåva/хиловa

heard – herce/хepцe

heat – hira/хиpa

heel – hyalta/хялтa

hill – holëm/хóлëм

hip – vipma/випмa

hole – åtoulie/oтóyлиe

home – doum/дoyм

honey – månid/мoнид

horn – råhoch/poхóч

house – dousa/дóuca

husband – subreng/cyбpeнг

ice – åysa/oйca

iris – rasuka/pacyкa

island – asrån/acpoн

joy – ujota/yџóтa

kidney – kichka/кичкa

knee – kånino/кoнинó

knife – neyzh/нeйж

lake – laziko/лaзикó

law – zawån/заввoн

leaf – leyft/лейфт

leg – låga/лoгa

life – zhåyn/жoйн

light – sayt/caйт

lip – gipa/гипа

liver – lenka/лeнкa

love – labov/лaбóв

lung – lag/лaг

man – chemenåk/чeмeнoк

meat – myeto/мйeтó

middle – serdila/cepдилa

milk – milåko/милoкó

mind – randun/paндyм

mist – tusta/тycтa

month – monyac/мóняц

moon – lun/лyн

mother – mater/мaтep

mountain – gontåra/гóнтopa

mouse – maush/мayш

mouth – mot/мóт

muscle – mashca/мaшцa

music – musika/мycикa

nail – naygål /нaйгoл

name – nemya/немя

navel – pavåk/пaвoк

neck – sheka/шeкa

nest – nezto/нeзтó

net – snet/cнeт

night – noych/нóйч

oar – vorlå/вópлo

pain – beil/беил

palm - padåm/пaдoм

parent – påden/пoдeм

penis – penis/пениc

peple – lyuble/люблe

person – pirson/пиpcóн

pig – pinya/пиня

place – mleyst/млейcт

plant – rantenye/paнтeниe

plough – plåug/плоуг

pod – strod/cтpóд

pot – båt/бoт

race (sport) – geysa/гeйca

rain – dåyzh/дoйж

river – revka/peвкa

root – krunt/кpyнт

rope – veroup/вepóyп

salt – sel/ceл

sand – pens/пeнc

sea – måsir/мocиp

seed – simda/cимдa

shadow – tedan/тeдaн

sheep – shivca/шивца

shell – ralina/paлинa

shoe – shåtuk/шoтyк

shoulder – plaudå/плayдo

sude – strida/cтpидa

sister – sistra/cиcтpa

skin- kina/кинa

sky – neskå/нecкo

smoke – douk/дóyк

snow – snåuk/cнoyк

son – soyn/cóйн

sorrow – skårwo/cкopввó

soul – såusha/coyшa

sound – zåunk /зoyнк

sour – kåulika/кoyликa

spear – spilër/cпилëp

sider – padur/пaдyp

spirit – durit/дypит

star – zvarda/звapдa

stew – tyushnayo myeto/тюшнайó мйeт

stomach – bevot/бeвóт, stodåk/cтóдoк

stone – stamen/cтaмeн

storm – pargoda/пapгóдa

story – rastoka/pacтóкa

sugar – suhar/cyхap

swamp – twåp/тввoп

sweat – pwyåt /пввйoт

sweet – pitåka/питока

tail – hteålt/хтeoлт

tear – rizilva/pизилвa

testicle – yastilo/яcтилó

thing – thesh/тхeш

thumb – bogåy fenst/бóгoй фeнcт

thunder – grundom/гpyндóм

tide – praylid/пpaйлид

time (repetition) – taremya/таpeмя

toe – fenst ana låga/ фeнcт aнa лoгa

tongue, language – lenzik/лeнзик

tooth – zuth/зyтх

top – veph/вeпx

toy – itroka/итpóкa

trap – larupka/лapyпкa

tree – vril/вpил

uncle – anriko/aнpикó

urine – mårin/мopин

vagina – vagina/вагина

valley – dåliya/дoлия

vein – veina/вeинa

village – seleyj/ceлeйџp

voice – galoys/гaлóйc

water – wåda/ввoдa

wheel – kåwislo/кoвиcлó

wife – subrayfa/cyбpaйфa

wind – wenter/ввeнтep

wing – krinlå/кpинлo

wolf – wolk/ввóлк

woman – zhemna/жeмнa

wood – dwerdo/дввepдó

world – morle/мópлe

worm – glort/глópт

wound – råunda/poyндa

year – gor/гóp
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What's the numbers from 1 to 10? [:D]
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brblues wrote: 27 Sep 2020 11:03 What's the numbers from 1 to 10? [:D]
Do cardinal numerals count as nouns or as adjectives or both?


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brblues wrote: 27 Sep 2020 11:03 What's the numbers from 1 to 10? [:D]
Numbers - Numberi/Нумбери

0 zero - zela/зелa
1 one - wådin/ввoдин (m.), wådna/ввoднa (f.), wådno/ввoдиó (n.)
2 two - tuwi/тувви (m.), tuwa/туввa (f.), tuwo/туввó (n.)
3 three - thri/тхри
4 four- fotyri/фóтыри (m. n.), fotyre/фóтыре (f.)
5 five - fayt/Фaйт
6 six - shex/шeкс
7 seven - syevm/сйевм
8 eight - waytem/ввaйтeм
9 nine - nayvyet/найвйет
10 ten - tensyet/тeнсйет
11 eleven - tensyetwådin/тeнсйетввoдин (m.), tensyetwådna/тeнсйетввoдинa(f.), tensyetwådno/тeнсйетввoдинó (n.)
12 twelwe - tensyettuwi/тeнсйеттувви (m.), tensyettuwa/тeнсйеттуввa (f.),tensyettuwo/тeнсйеттуввó (n.)
13 thirteen- tensyetthri/тeнсйеттхри
14 fourteen - tensyetfotyri/тeнсйетФóтыри (m. n.), tensyetfotyre/тeнсйетФóтыре (f.)
15 fifteen - tensyetfayt/тeнсйетФaйт
16 sixteen - tensyetshex/тeнсйетшeкс
17 seventeen - tensyetsyevm/тeнсйетсйевм
18 eighteen - tensyetwaytem/тeнсйетввaйтeм
19 nineteen - tensyetnayvyet/тeнсйетнайвйет
20 twenty - tuwatensyet/туввaтeнсйет
21 twenty-one - tuwatensyet wådin/туввaтeнсйет ввoдин (m.), tuwatensyet wådna/туввaтeнсйет ввoднa (f.),
tuwatensyet wådno/туввaтeнсйет ввoднó (n.)
22 twenty-two - tuwatensyet tuwi/туввaтeнсйет тувви (m), tuwatensyet tuwa/туввaтeнсйет туввa (f),

tuwatensyet tuwo/туввaтeнсйет туввó (n.)
23 twenty-three - tuwatensyet thri/туввaтeнсйет тхри
24 twenty-four - tuwatensyet fotyri/туввaтeнсйет Фóтыри (m. n.), tuwatensyet fotyre/туввaтeнсйет Фóтыре (f.)
25 twenty-five - tuwatensyet fayt/туввaтeнсйет Фaйт
26 twenty-six - tuwatensyet shex/туввaтeнсйет шeкс
27 twenty-seven - tuwatensyet syevm/туввaтeнсйет сйевм
28 twenty-eight - tuwatensyet waytem/туввaтeнсйет ввaйтeм
29 twenty-nine - tuwatensyet nayvyet/туввaтeнсйет найвйет
30 thirty - thritensyet/тхритeнсйет

40 forty - fotyretensyet/Фóтыретeнсйет
50 fifty - fayttensyet/Фaйттeнсйет
60 sixty - shextensyet/шeкстeнсйет
70 seventy - syevmtensyset/сйевмтeнсйет
80 eighty - waytemtensyet/ввaйтeмтeнсйет
90 ninety - nayvyettensyset/найвйеттeнсйет
100 hundred - hunto/хунтó
200 two hunderd- tuwa hunto/туввa хунтó
300 three hundred - thri hunto/тхри хунтó
400 four hundred - fotyre hunto/Фотыре хунтó
500 five hundred - fayt hunto/Фaйт хунтó
600 six hunbdred - shex hunto/шeкс хунтó
700 seven hundred - seyvm hunto/сйевм хунтó
800 eight hundred - waytem hunto/ввaйтeм хунтó
900 nine hundred - nayvyet hunto/найвйет хунтó
1000 thousand - tåusyacha/тоусячa
1000 000 million - milyon /милйóн
1000 000 000 billion - milyarda /милядa

first – wådindi/ввoдинди
second - tuwadi/дтуввaди
third - thridi/тхриди
fourth - fotyredi/Фóтыреди
fifth - faydi/Фaйди
sixth - shexdi/шeксди
seventh - syevmdi/сйевмди
eight - waytemdi/ввaйтeмди
ninth - nayvyedi/найвйеди
tenth – tensyedi/тeнсйеди
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eldin raigmore wrote: 27 Sep 2020 16:01
brblues wrote: 27 Sep 2020 11:03 What's the numbers from 1 to 10? [:D]
Do cardinal numerals count as nouns or as adjectives or both?
I still have to think about how to use them.
Please tell me some examples where numerals are used as nouns and where as adjectives.

..........

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Dog house
dovaka hodka/дóвaкa xóдка

five dogs
fayt dovaki/Фaйт дóвaки
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III. Adpositions



above - ëbishe (ëбише)

across - ëkerek (ëкepeк)

after - afozhe (aфóжe)

around - ërug (ëpyг)

at - ën (ëн)

after (in front of) – afed (aфед)

after (prior to) - afo (aфó)

behind – bihadi (бихади)

between – bizhdu (бижду)

beyond – bemye (бемйе)

during – dumya (думя)

for (in exchange for) – fona (фóнa)

for (to benifit, for the purpose of) – folya (фóля)

from – fot (фóт)

in – von (вóн)

instead – inestå (инестo)

like – laybit (лaйвит)

near – niyshe (нийше)

of (belonging to) – oz (óз)

on – nan (нaн)

outside of – autuzhi (ayтyжи)

than – them (тхем)

though – thranca (тхрaнцa)

to – ko (кó)

under – aniz (aниз)
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IV. Adjectives



aged – eyariy/eярий (m.), eyaraya/eярaя (f.), eyarayo/eярaйо (n.)

all – osiy/ocий (m.), … etc

bad (poor quality) – bebiy/бебий, …etc.

beautiful – byusiviy/бюсивий, … etc.

big – bogåy/ бóгoй

bitter – bidekiy/бидекий

black – blerni/блерни

blue – blubi/блyби

bright – brayliy/брaйлий

brown – brachnevi/брaчневи

clean – klitiy/клитий

crooked – krukiy/крукий

dark – daniy/дaний

different – difeniy/дифений

dirty – dëstiy/дëcтий

dry – druhiy/друхий

each – izhdiy/иждий

early – ërniy/ëpний

empty – emstiy/eмстий

evil – ezliy/eзлий

far – falniy/фалний

fast – fariy/фаpий

female – fimskiy/фимский

full – funiy/фуний

good (high quality) – gubriy/губрий

good (virtuous) – gubnij/губний

green – grileni/грилени

grey – grivi/гриви

half – haviniy/хaвиний

happy – heliviy/хеливий

hard – hadiy/хадий

high – hakiy/хакий

holy – hotiy/хóтий

large – larikiy/ларикий

late – lezhniy/лежний

left – lefiy/лефий

little – litenkiy/литенкий

long – logiy/лóгий

loud – lamkiy/ламкий

low – lazkiy/лазкий

lucky – laviy/лавий

male – meskiy/меский

many – menogiy/менóгий

near – nishiy/ниший

new – nyåwiy/нйовий

old – oriy/órий

only – olkiy/óлкий

open – otiy/óтий

orange – oranchast/ópaнчаст

other – adgiy/aдгий

poor – pudniy/пудний

quiet – kwarniy/квварний

red – resnivi/pecниви

rich – ratiy/paтий

right – rayviy/paйвий

rose – ruzovi/pyзóви

same – sevniy/ceвний

sharp – shoriy/шópий

short – shotkiy/шóткий

shut – shartiy/шартий

similar – simobniy/симóбний

slow – sleniy/cлений

small – smokiy/cмóкий

soft – sakiy/caкий

still – stirniy/cтирний

straight – strebniy/cтребний

strong – stilniy/cтилний

that – thakiy/тхакий

this – thatiy/тхатий

ugly – agrniy/aгpний

weak – watiy/ввaтий

wet – wekriy/ввекрий

white – wayli/ввaйли

wild – wikiy/ввикий

wise – wamniy/ввaмний

wrong – rilniy/pилний

yellow – yelti/йелти

young – yalådiy/ялoдий
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V. Adverbs



already – oluzhe/óлуже

also – olazhe/óлaже

always – olegda/óлегда

any – entiy/eнтий

down – daul (даул)

ever – evobshe/eвöбше

half – havina/хaвинa

here – hides/хидеc

maybe – meyzhet/мейжет

much – magå/маго

never – nevågda/невогда

not – nyo/нйó

now – naper/напер

right – raynåst /paйнocт

soon – sukorå/cyкóро

there – tham/тхам

up – arh/apх

yet – yeshë/йешë
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VI. Pronouns:



all – ose/óce

any – ento/eнтó

few – fyalo/фялó

his – hego/хегó

long – logno/лóгнó

my – moay/мóай

our – nar/нар

that – thak/тхак

their – thih/тхих

this – that/тхат

your (for one person) – toay/тоай

your (for two, three, … person) – var/вар
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Can you tell a little bit more about the background of your language? I can see that it's Indo-European, but in what branch? It doesn't seem to be Slavic, or maybe I just don't see the connection.
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Iyionaku wrote: 05 Oct 2020 16:59 Can you tell a little bit more about the background of your language? I can see that it's Indo-European, but in what branch? It doesn't seem to be Slavic, or maybe I just don't see the connection.
Thank you for your comment.
Russlish is neither Slavic nor German. But a mixed language.
Thus it does not belong to the Indo-European conlang, nor is it posteriori, but a prori language, an isolated language.
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Iyionaku wrote: 05 Oct 2020 16:59 Can you tell a little bit more about the background of your language? I can see that it's Indo-European, but in what branch? It doesn't seem to be Slavic, or maybe I just don't see the connection.
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I would like to see some grammar and some samples. [:D]
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DesEsseintes wrote: 06 Oct 2020 04:39 I would like to see some grammar and some samples. [:D]
Russlish grammar is described above. If you would like to know more. please write me examples from English. Russlish grammar is described above. If you would like to know more. please write me examples from English. To see what else I should post for Russlish.
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VII. Prepostions



down – daul (даул)

up – arh/apх

left – lefo/лефó

right – rayvo/paйвó
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Vocabulary

yes - yas/яс
no – nyo/нйó

good morning - gubråye motra/губройе мóтра
good afternoon (formal: good day) – gubriy deyn/губрий дейн
good evening – gubriy ivcher/губрий ивчер
good night – gubråy noych/губрой нóйч
good-bye – gubridanya/губридaня
Hi, Hello – Haystuy, Haystuyte/Хaйстуй, Хaйстуйтe
thanks, thank you – thensyiba/тхeнсйиба
please – plizhasta/плижaста
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days – deyni/дейни

Monday – Måndyelnik/Мoдйелник
Tuesday –Tyuzonik/Тюзóник
Wednesday – Wenda/ВВeнда
Thursday – Thërverg/Тхëрверг
Friday – Fraynitsa/Фрайницa
Saturday – Satota/Сатóтa
Sunday – Sanyesenye/Сaнйeсeнйe

months – monyaci/мóняци

january – yanvari/янвapи
february - fivrali/фивpaли
march - mert/мерт
april - aprel/апрел
may – mey/мeй
june – iyuni/июни
july – iyuli/июли
august – august/ayгycт
september – septyabri/ceптябри
oktober – åktyabri/óктябри
november - novyabri/нóвябри
december - dicyamri/дицябри

spring - spesna/cпеснa
summer - sumta/cyмта
autumn - oteni/óтeни
winter - winma/ввинмa


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