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Phonology and Grammar:
Lusom has five vowels, 21 consonants, and 12 accented letters. It is slightly fusional, referring to these instances as Emplor Words. It uses a SOV order and has an accusative morphosyntactic alignment.
This language has two genders (masculine and feminine), two numbers (singular and plural) and four cases (nominative, genitive, accusative and lative).
There are 3 tenses (present, past, and future). These tenses are marked by Tán (past), Táss (present) and the lack of a word for future; which follows the object in SOV, if one in grammar. If there is no object, then it follows the subject. Though the markings of tenses are normally avoided in songs, and others of the likewise as they are believed to be infinite and not being restricted to time. Though is marked, it is to put emphasis on a time.
A, B, C, D, E, F, G, H, I, J, K, L, M, N, O, P, Q, R, S, T, U, V, W, X, Y, Z
Ⱥ, Á, Ç, Aɪ̯, Ñ, Ó, Ô, R̃, Š, ʌ, Ỹ, Ż
First verse from Frozen: Let It Go
|English: Let It Go||Lusomnin: Ak Libitⱥr|
|The snow glows white on the mountain tonight,
Not a footprint to be seen,
A kingdom of isolation,
And it looks like I'm the queen,
The wind is howling like this swirling storm inside,
Couldn't keep it in;
Heaven knows I've tried.
|Anumôntis, wruto šonaes an sva nuniš,
Áchea Ich savtov siija,
Avsada, háulen os an vam terbin ofnos,
Avsada, nilgatischt deev;
Hiilhem illmor tenta Ich.
The Lords Prayer:
|Our Father in heaven,
hallowed be Your name.
Your kingdom come,
Your will be done,
on earth as it is in heaven.
Give us this day our daily bread,
and forgive us our debts,
as we also have forgiven our debtors.
And lead us not into temptation,
but deliver us from evil.
For Yours is the kingdom, the power and the glory forevermore.
|Av Hiilhem ler̄ Farso,
Hállo eku Ho’ohem̄ neamod,
Ho'ohem̄ çiynon abrito,
Ho'ohem̄ wusk nilo,
Tuuk Gegchen, Hiilhem karo mo.
Utet ler̄ duuv bleovo zer,
Áchea kolama ler̄ zernuskes,
Mo poii ler̄ zernusker broo tán kolamav.
Áchea utet anutemptaecon nilsauk,
Koot utet vookul tavot loo.
Kul Ho'ohem̄ an çiynon, an vuu áchea an zinero luralgryf.
Lullaby: Sits The Clouds - An Sabes Kis
Sits the clouds,
And their dreams.
Sits the clouds,
Hanging over you.
By the winds,
They move fast,
They turn black,
But high above,
They see the sad people,
And they feel happy,
For those who can't.
An sabes kis,
Áchea raasos kraunaes.
An sabes kis,
Huágar̃ olu ho'o.
An vams jaga,
Fess strag seana,
Drok trávga seana,
Koot hek otuk,
Seana an bronte panol korav,
Áchea abuncaa av lovahn seana,
Kul ontehnos nilcaem.
Somewhere Beautiful by Aria Rozo
The body falls, The soul lingers, The heavens call,
Did I ask for too much? Did I have any at all?
The more I held, the more I lost, So I let go, throw away this failed cause,
My mind is ravaged, My passion engulfed,
The world will keep spinning, Creation will continue existing, Even as the children lay weeping, And the shielded sing, cheering,
Did the sound of bells ever haunt you? The chimes of comfort remind you?
As you lay in your bed, You sleep among the dead.
Sleep now, Tomorrow will come, when you wake,
From ashes anew, Your eyes will open, once eschewed,
History will pass, but it will come back,
For the day next is only a chance, To try again the last dance.
An tcor cagis, An spantas hangen, An hiilhemes cwar. ¿Ich glu mugh devo aulto kul? ¿Ich devo broo sólanto ulre?
Lusom is basically a world dialect, a byproduct, of its original form as Teslágen.
During the Sixth Medieval Era, after Horenda had united the world under one banner but before he invades Nehro, he starts to issue all of his decrees only in his native tongue Teslágen. In hopes of understanding the new laws and legislation, all the people of the world start to learn, slowly over a 13 year period, Teslágen. They teach themselves, their children, their neighbors, and it becomes a part of their daily routine to practice so that they can understand. Well, as a side effect, most people started to use just Teslágen because most of what they read was being printed in that language. During the last two years of the 13 years, children are being taught Teslágen over their own native tongues.
After the War of the Mad King, Usafer Baddro starts trying to reverse this but to no avail as even when he starts getting things passed in peoples native language, most of the world had already been used to using Teslágen and the children already taught.
During the Dark Era, several linguists and anthropologists had started to realize that there was a difference in the Teslágen language and the language that they spoke at their time. They started to wonder if the language had gradually shifted, and there was a big movement to name the new world dialect. The choice was to name it Lusomsva or Lusom.