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Kanonu is the language of the Canon Empire.
Moka - "Kingstar" acts as "Starry King", "The Star King", or "King of Stars" depending on context.
Doubled vowels act as if they're separated by a glottal stop, hence nepee "Nowhere" is romanized and pronounced as Nepe'e, despite no glottal stop being in the syllabary.
In addition to the nouns and verbs, ne is a negation particle, bi means "in", bu means "above", da is the definite article, do means "and", do means "or", de means "of", du means "for", di means "because" and before a verb means "to cause to", za means "to", ze means "from", zi means "after", zo means "beside", and zu means "approximately". Additionally, Sa- before a noun means to perform the action associated with that noun. "Zuzu [WORD] zuzu" means the word between is a foreign word. Ki- is basically what- "what-place"="where", ti- is that- as in "that-place" "there", si- is every- "every-place" "everywhere", ne- also acts as no- "no-place" "nowhere, sisi- acts as some- "some-place" "somewhere". -pea is -kind, -pela is -reason, -pema is -time, -pee -place, -pele -manner, -pese -body, -peo -thing, -pemo -much, -peu -body.
Since Kanonu is also somewhat compatible with Kana, it can also be used.
- 75 Nouns
- 10 Verbs
- 16 Particles