Kamakic languages

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Kamakic
Greater Pontic, Ostropontic, Maqerau
Ethnicity Kamakians
Geographic
distribution
Southern Tacanias, Kohonara
Linguistic classification One of the world's primary language families
Proto-language Plaqarau
Subdivisions
File:Kamakic map.png
Present-day native distribution of the Kamakic languages in Pontus and Orissia
  Partano-Ercian
  Canung
  Korofan
  Bayi)
  Semayan

The Kamakic languages (Proto-Kamakic: plä-qərau or ôtoqərau) is a linguistic family whose range spans almost the entirety of the southern Tacanias and the western Orissian coast. Numbering to about 1,784 languages, it is among the largest and most diverse families in the world. Its most widespread/spoken languages are Bagang (púñg mabagángun), Kahu (baikun kağu), Koroa (fororoa) and Selang (tampuloh kaselang).

Classification

Features

Phonology

what the fuck are lenitions hahahahahahaha

Morphology

  • The Kamakic languages have origins in monosyllabics...
  • andamano-bantu noun class prefixing (the three serene begginings = of the principle, of the object and of the quantity)
  • also case stacking. fuck you

Grammar

Kamakic, both in its historical and reconstructed forms, utilized a Subject Verb Object configuration.

  • austronesian verb alignment

Vocabulary

has two number systems, one native and one egyptian based (metharian lingua franca)

  • 1 = apa/uwa
  • 2 = tukun/subay
  • 3 = para/umat
  • 4 = sukun/catu
  • 5 = omok/saku
  • 6 = kpo/sasa
  • 7 = pukun/sapa
  • 8 = lowo/hemet
  • 9 = siasok/pusut
  • 0 = awa/napu