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1 o = emotional word ( eh hurrah ew etc )


2 ma = no, negative / opposite prefix, bad, awful, evil, opposite, 0


3 asa = easy, happy, simple, good, help, to help, right, right side, beatifull, right to do stuff, human right, to win


4 ka = he, they, she, it, her, his, their, its


5 kini = low, bottom, lower, down, under, below, floor


6 no = normal, regular,lasting, ordinary, standard, typical, general


7 nalu = keep, stay, wait, reside


8 la = (introduces a direct object)


9 ta = and, also


10 tela = thing, object, resource, tool, item


11 wi = flower, plant, tree, grass


12 paka = speak, understand, language, hello, hi


13 lese = trash, pollution, toxins, garbage, waste, poop, swear word, chemichal


14 sakasu = person, human, people, being, somebody, person


15 hawa = to have, own, possess, to gain, to get, to gather, to have to, must


16 muka = yes, indeed, agreed, good, good, nice, positive, correct, OK, cool, thanks!, simple, sounds right


17 malu = to be able to, to can, possibility, ability


18 sula = voice, loud, loudness


19 kama = to come, become, appear, arrive, happen, succeed, manage, to rise, north


20 kola = mountain, hill, stone, ore, iron, metal


21 ke = with, among, accompany, to go with, union


22 sawala = black, dark, darkness, brown


23 walo = white, light, bright


24 sinu = color, race


25 ketane = yellow, gold


26 pala = blue


27 pilo = red


28 mesu = maybe, perhaps


29 kona = (between adverb of context and subject)


30 naku = sleep, rest


31 heta = head, mind, belief, faith, main, lead, mind, brain, opinion, thought, political opinion, religion, religous, politics, political


32 kutu = block, square object, cube, stairs


33 litema = cloth, clothing


34 wala = warm, hot, cooked, fire, heat, warmth, thnbder, lighting


35 esu = is, am, to be


36 iso = big, huge, large, tall


37 lije = line, family, rope, thread, string, cord, chain, hair


38 falapa = flag, paper, card, something flat, level


39 taki = inside, inner, in, stomach, gut, to, intestines, in, on, at, outer layer, underground, to


40 sosu = hand, 5, palm, to play, to game, game


41 sepeto = mating, breeding, sex


42 kanu = to see, look, to look, eye sight, eye, to visit


43 oka =loop, window, door, orifice


44 mu = earth, country, ground, dirt, gravel, continent, sub continent, terrain, world


45 mama = father, parent, mom, mother, dad, family member


46 feta = money, cash, bitcoin


47 wana = woman, female, girl


48 mana = man, male, boy


49 mi = me, i, to me, mine


50 fuwa = food, to eat, to drink, drink, grain, wheat


51 tota = death, to die, to sleep forever, coma, kill, war, violence


52 pele = front, foward, in front of her, in front of him


53 soli = sun, day, morning, star


54 suto = many, several, very, much, quantity, amount, a lot, abundant, numerous, more, all, everything, plural, party


55 kilo = number, -th, amount, gender


56 kasa = way, manner, custom, road, path


57 hela = here, in this place, now, currently


58 name = name


59 tanu = leg, to kick, feet, step, footstep, footprint


60 upi = to love, to like, love, like


61 kolana = to open, open, to start, beginning, starter, mobilisation


62 kalna = to screw up, botch, ruin, break, hurt, injure, damage, accident


63 lepe = life, activity, work, deed, doing, project,to do, make, act, work, function, be alive, to create, creation, constructed, to construct, production


64 tonoka = stick, long object, pointy long object


65 tale = to give, put, send,to place, release, emit


66 sesu = feelings, heart, emotion, feeling, to feel


67 ju = you


68 kotosu = done, past, ready, end, tip, ago, finish, close, end, turn off, edge


69 poka = bug, insect, spider


70 tu = two, together, each other


71 tili = three


72 kalasu = container, box, bowl, cup, glass


73 same = same, simular, equal, like, as


74 sato = what, wich, that, this, how, it, who, where


75 helota = body, physical, state, health


76 pale = circle, round, sphere, ball, cycle, group, community


77 nowu = new, fresh, another, 1, allone, first


78 foto = picture, image, draw, idea, drawing, script, writing, alphabet, art


79 jana = knowledge, science, intelligence, understanding, wisdom, know how to, understand, to trust, trust, to remember


80 janowa = animal, repitilian


81 kute = cute, sweet, candy, dear


82 sonu = from, by, because of, origin, cause, truth, true, real,about


83 kusa = but, only


84 kuso = to go to, move, walk, travel, to, in order to, towards, for, until. go


85 wesi = water, liquid, juice, sauce, anything liquid


86 ito = time, perioid, when, clock


87 koti = house, room, place, building, constructed space, home


88 saja = mouth, teeth, tooth, lips, to bite


89 fuli = to fly, flying, air, floating


90 kusu = strong, energy, hard, fierce, intense, confidence, confident


91 jaha = away, against


92 wila = to want, need, wish, purpose


93 pasala = to buy, market


94 uta = cut, to cut, scissors


95 nasu = nose, smell, to smell


96 sula = question, suggestion, to ask, to question


97 neta = leader, noble, better, god, minister, statism


98 alisa = ear, sound, to hear, hear, music, song


99 ala = machine, computer, robot, engine, technology


100 tepelo = table, chair, workbench, crafting table, to craft, sofa, furniture, any kind of furniture, craft,crafting table, anvil, to make furniture, wood work


101 jeti = bigfoot, yeti, any mythical creature, monster, scary animal, any scary animal, the rake


102 laneta = planet, space, moon, asteroid





Grammar

Pronouncation + alphabet

Stress is placed on the first syllable

Aa Bb Ee Ff Hh Ii Jj Kk Ll Mm Nn Oo Pp Rr Ss Tt Uu Vv

http://www.ipachart.com/

letter          pronouncation

a               =           a 

i                =            i

e               =            e

u               =             u 

o               =             o 

f               =                f

 h              =                h

p               =                p

j               =                 j

k              =                 k

l                =                l

m             =                m

n               =                n

s                =               s

t                 =               t

w               =               w

- = small break in pronounciation

_ = small break in pronounciation

stress is put on the first syllablse

                                                                                                Alternative alphabet ( free to use this or latin )


Combining words

when combining words you put them together like fulipale = balloon ( fuli = air bale = ball )

if there is a double of the same letter you put a - between them

maku-unu = one sleep

a letter is only capitalized when its a name, place name or a country 

The order in where you put words together is PPPTANVNN (prefix pronoun preposition time adjective noun verb number name)

sonuhetakeleke 

idea from greece

sakasuhetasuto

peoples beliefs / all peoples beliefs

kutefuwa

sweet food

kutefuwasuto

sweet foods / all sweet food

if there are for example 2 nouns the order doesnt matter


word order is SVO but you can use others too with the usage of la





Plural

just put the word suto ( many ) in the end of a word

janowasuto = animals



Prefix

the word ma makes a word negative / opposite

for example

suto = many

masuto = nothing / small amount



Numbers

base numbers are

ma ( 0 )

nowu ( 1 )

tu ( 2 )

tili ( 3 )

sosu ( 5 )

you make new numbers by combining them, if the number is less than 10

tutu = 4

tilitili = 6

if the word is bigger than 10 you do like this

when putting numbers like that you use _

nowu_ma_ma ( 100 )

tilinowu_ma_ma  ( 400 )

literaly meaning three one zero zero



la introduces the direct object

kona is put between adverb of context and subject

kona is used here B happends after A



Names / places

step 1 Change all sounds to the closest asapaka equivalent

for example g changes to k

r changes to l

y changes to u

v changes to f

œ  changes to o

æ  changes to a

v changes to f

so change it to the sound closest in the ipa chart

step 2 collapse any repeated same phonemes into one 

step 3 if there are double vowels put j in between of it

step 4 if there are 2 diffirend consonants put e in the middle

step 5 if there are 2 vowels put j in the middle

step 6 if a word ends in a consonant put a in the end


put sakasu before a name

put mu before a country name

put wi before a plant name

put janowa before an animal name

put laneta before a planet name

etc

if not a country but a region dont put the word mu

loaning words is based on english writing

to make a question just say 

mi hawa la sula  ( i have a question )

or just use the word sula meaning question

or you can use words like suto ( what, wich, that, this, how  )







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