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Namosis
南語
Nâm-Ngyú
Spoken in FMAP2         southern Meraukstaustræ Province,the Empire of Phœncalbas         northern Meraukstaustræ Province and southwestern Flumukstæ Province,the Empire of Phœncalbas         Solasurgaræ Provinve and southeastern seasides area,the Empire of Phœncalbas
User Amount about 40 millions
Language Family Sino-Tibetan
  • Sinitic
    • Chinese
      • Namosis
Writing system Chinese Characters,Pāēn Ngin
Official status
Official language in Solasurgaræ Provinve and Meraukstaustræ Province,the Empire of Phœncalbas
Regulated by Institute of Linguistics attached to the Phœncalbas' Academy of Social Sciences


Namosis(南語), also known as Nâm-Ngyú, Nâm-Ngin and Tăn-Wá, which is a analytical language with tone belong to Sino-Tibetan. The writing system of Namosis, chinese characters, is a logogram, which can express both pronunciation and meaning. Many a character has two different pronunciation called Mĕm-Tók(文讀) and Pŏk-Tók(白讀), used respectively for written and oral Namosis.

History

thousands ages before, ancient human beings left in the southeastern coast of Eurasia. Then, about twenty centruies B.C., Nam-yud, a confederation country, estublished with slavery society. Accordingto research, the original Sino-Tibetan was brought here from Yellow River Basin with Nam-yud people's migration.developed in tribes, the original Sino-Tebatan gradually became several similar languages. In this case, people could not comunicate in hte next few handred years until the time when Tsi Moae-bok, the king of Nam-yud, unified trides into a feudal country in 1024 B.C.,and ancient Namosis formed with the only character, vocabularies and pronunciation. See more later...

Distribution and Classification

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Phonology

Sounds

Consonants

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Vowels

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Tones

Dialect districts Tones' Name
Dark level Light level Dark rising Light rising Dark departing Light departing Dark entering Light entering
Tones' Value Heu-Kong Dialect 44 24 53 31 33 11 4 2
Wa-lot Dialect 45 242 53 42 33 21 5 3
Saong-Yaong Dialect 44 242 53 312 33 22 4 2