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The One-Winged Rainbow Shark of Erinor

“Aras, Vrassas ir, khur Tyisici, Erineas cujide.”

Category: Left-wing Utopia
Civil Rights:
Excellent
Economy:
Frightening
Political Freedoms:
Excellent

Regional Influence: Apprentice

Location: the South Pacific

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Syaqin Aren: A Beginner's Guide, Part IIIa: Nouns

Nouns are always capitalised and, as there are no articles in Syaqin aren any noun can mean a(some) [noun](s) or the [noun](s).

Nouns change their endings depending on the case, or the manner in which they are being used.  Nominative is the case used when a noun is the subject of a sentence and is the default form in which a noun is listed.  Most nouns have only one gender, however, some can change gender depending on who they refer to.  Most Erinoran names are made from nominative case nouns with their gender endings changed to that of the person they have been given to.

Single endings:

Masculine

Feminine

Neutral

Nominative

-o

-a

-in

Accusative

-os

-as

-ir

Genitive

-od

-ad

-id

(towards)

-oti

-ati

-iti

(in)

-ovo

-ava

-inivi

(from)

-ofo

-afa

-inifi

Ablative (by)

-odo

-ada

-idi

Prepositional

-oco

-aca

-ici

Vocative

-oe

-ae

-ie

Dative (to)

-odi

-adi

-idi

Plural endings:

Masculine

Feminine

Neutral

Nominative

-ar

-i

-im

Accusative

-an

-is

-it

Genitive

-al

-il

-irs

(towards)

-arti

-iti

-inti

(in)

-arvo

-iva

-imivi

(from)

-arfo

-iva

-imifi

Ablative (by)

-ardo

-ida

-imdi

Prepositional

-arco

-ica

-imici

Vocative

-aroe

-iae

-ime

Dative (to)

-ardi

-iadi

-imidri

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