What is this madness?! ZOUB, WHY CAN'T YOU KEEP THINGS IN A LANGUAGE WE ALL UNDERSTAND?! ಠ_ಠ
BECAUSE I DON'T WANNAAA, MUAHAHA.
The Lathurese Alphabet! Because I finally sat down and wrote down all the letters on one sheet of paper. There they aaare.. all 30 of 'em
Of course, since the language Lathurese is known for being notoriously difficult to learn/speak/master, there are a lot of rules to follow - buuut I won't go into those, since I don't even know half of them myself, lulz.
I'm going to answer potential questions beforehand :3Lathurese? But I thought your made-up language was called Lannit? I'm confused!
Heheh, you're right though... Lannit is
the name of my made-up language, and the lingua franca of my imaginary world. Lathurese is merely a language spoken in the northwesternmost province, Lathuril (home of the long-eared folk), in this world
I have not developed the Lathurese language as I have the Lannit.Is Lathurese related to Lannit?
Nope, although they have borrowed words from one another. They don't sound similar either.What does Lathurese sound like, then?
Kinda like Yiddish/German, but is in no way related to these either. Just as with Yiddish or German, some people find it a beautiful language, others don't. It's great for swearing and cussing, though x3Is it written from left to right or right to left, then?
Heheh, that's a slippery one. Both are allowed, actually. It's usually written from left to right, but reverse the letters and it's okay to write from right to left as well, which is more old-fashioned. Lathurese children are taught both.
Confused? Yeah, with good reason. Old Lathurese was written solely from right to left, but when human imperialists colonized Lathuril, they forced the Lathurese to reverse their alphabet to make it look more like their Lannit. </end of history lesson >Why does it have two R's?
The first R is like a Russian R, the other like the French. Rolling the front of your tongue and the back, respectively. English R's are right out. Sorry ^^ It's lacking a W, a H and a K?
Yes it is. Native speakers, as a result, can have difficulties pronouncing W (they say V), H (they hiss it) or words like 'Crazy' without saying 'Kah-razy' :3
Any further questions, feel free to ask
These letters are miiiine ~