Dictionary of the Pennese Language
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The 2018 edition of the Dictionary
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The Dictionary of the Pennese Language (Pennese: Lǫiąęąg ǫp’Pęoiwo ąęilęǫg, /lon-yan-en-añ on-penoi-wo an-en-ilen-oñ) is the standard dictionary of the Pennese language, printed in Ventides, Candvia and published by the Winsburg University Express in the United Provinces in 2018. It contains over 103,000 words, various phrases, common greetings, grammatical tutorials and explanations for every word. It is the most detailed dictionary of the Pennese language that is, and has been praised by Pennese linguists for being outstanding and in great detail.
About the Language
The Pennese language has no cases. It has only two grammatical genders (the masculine endings being -oi/ǫg/om and feminine -ai/ąg/am). There are no definite and indefinite articles. Present, past and future are the only grammatical tenses.
Aa Ąą Bb Cc Dd Ee Ęę Ff Gg Ii Kk Ll Mm Nn Ńń Oo Ǫǫ Pp Rr Ss Tt Uu Ww Xx Zz Źź - 26 letters. Ąą, Ęę and Ǫǫ all represent the an, en and on sounds, respectively. Some variations of the Pennese language do not have these 3 letters, meaning that things like the name of this dictionary would be written "Lonianenań onp'Penoiwo anenilenoń".
These are not all the prepositions.
about = tą’
above = sęd’
across = sękę’
after = sęąń’
against = ǫ’
among = ką’
around = ǫtę’
as = cą’
at = kę’
before = dęąń’
behind = tąǫ’
below = fęd’
beside = gǫ’
between = tią’
despite = nę’
for = dą’
in = ię’
of = ǫp’ / ąp’
Adjectives are formed by adding suffixes -wa to -wo. These can be added to any word, though the amount of sense the word would make varies.
Some of the vocabulary of the Pennese language can be viewed here.
kęloi,om – boy
ądlai,am – girl
soi,om – strength
pąroi,om – food
nai,am – chair
pąoi,om – house
ętoi,om – hand
lǫai,am – table
kęćai, am – bag
ǫmai,am – place
sirai,am – town
plastekai,am – plastic
cękoi, om – size
kęąoi,om – hill
ęoi,om – grass
gęgoi – fish
sai,am – tree
ęąoi,om – child
kęoi,om – man
ądai,am – woman
kętąoi,om – king
ątąai,am – queen
dątoi,om – leader
kąrai,am – animal
Pęoi,om – Penn
Pętąoi – Penland
Compound words are two words put together to give it a different meaning.
lǫiąęąg,am – dictionary (lǫiai,am paper | ąęai,am speech)
ąęilęǫg,om – language (ąęai,am speech | ilęoi,om tongue)
kowsąsąg,am – birth (kowo,wa new | sąsoi,om creature)
kowsądai,am – mother (kowsąsąg,am birth | ądai,am woman)
kowsęoi,om – father (kowsąsąg,am birth | kęoi,om man)
kowsęloi,om – son (kowsąsąg,am birth | kęloi,om boy)
kowsądlai,am – daughter (kowsąsąg,am birth | ądlai,am girl)
dątǫmąg,am – kingdom (dątoi,om leader | ǫmai,am place)
kęątęęǫg,om – hill peasant (kęąoi,om hill | tęęoi,om person)
ęińtęęǫg,om – plain peasant (ęińai,am plain | tęęoi,om person)
kęąęińąg,am – peasant (kęąoi,om hill | ęińai,am plain)
sircęǫmąg – city (sirai,am town | ǫmai,am place)
kęćplastękąg – plastic bag (kęćai,am bag | plastękai,am plastic)
kękąąg – mountain (kęąoi,om hill | cękoi,om size)