First of all, it’s a new LANGUAGE. I have developed its grammar from scratch, combining grammatical cases from Latin, German, Russian, and other languages alike. The vocabulary contains words that have been inspired by Welsh, German, English, Greek, Latin, Norwegian, Russian, Bulgarian, Italian, Polish… the shitty list goes on!
Here is a detailed list about the language’s features:
- There are a total of 8 cases; nominative, accusative, dative, genitive, ablative, locative, vocative, and instrumental.
- All nouns have a gender; masculine, feminine, and neuter.
- All genders have their own declinations. Even pluralized forms of the genders have their own declinations, and there are as such six different postfixes for each case.
- Adjectives also have different declinations depending on the gender of the noun to which it is prefixed. However, they don’t take the plural forms of the genders into account; they just have a single postfix for all three genders.
- Verbs also have several tenses, though this class is probably not going to be finished in a while, hence I will not state any details, lest they be wrong and/or outdated. (“be” is here in the subjunctive mood :D)
I would write more, but that’s about all I have been able to work on thus far.
P.S.: If you’re going to call me a “nerd”, remember that I still have a bigger brain than you.