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Avrea - A Constructed SVO Language From Cataln, Spanish, and Italian

Phonological Differences

ll - reinforced l
rr - Spanish rr
ss - reinforced s
t - Pronounced as in Spanish and Cataln, never a dental sound
- Spanish
- Castilian Spanish z (the th sound in thin)
z - Italian z
j - slurred/French j sound
x - sh sound
c - hard c before a, o, and u, and ch sound before i and e
terminal r - silent
` - Stress marked vowel
g - Always hard g
h - Voiced, but rarely appears
au - ow sound
eu - ay-oo sound (diphthong)
ei - ay sound
ae - ah-eh (diphthong)
ai - Strong i sound (As in the y in my)
ui - Pronounced like we (the English pronoun)
iu - Pronounced like you (the English pronoun)

Styles of Speaking (based on preference):

Iberian Style: The ss sound becomes the sh sound and the d sound becomes like the th sound in
the. The sound represented by ll is now the y sound. May use more Spanish or Portuguese
vocabulary. Terminal t sounds become d sounds. Terminal rs are pronounced instead of silent.

Gallic Style: The rr sound becomes a soft h sound, sort of like . May use French vocabulary.
The o sound becomes the u sound, as in the oo in food. Object pronouns are placed in front of the
verb, including infinitives. The article, instead of al, is now la, and l for nouns beginning with
vowels. The sound represented by is pronounced as the s sound.

Roman Style: The single s sound becomes pronounced like the z sound. The ae sound is
pronounced like the eh sound. May use more Italian vocabulary.

Slavic Style: The z sound is slurred, the ll sound is pronounced like ly. Ex. anullar is pronounced
as anulyar. The terminating r sound is pronounced. May incorporate Russian, Polish, or other

Slavic language vocabulary. The a sound becomes the uh sound, and the e sound is always
pronounced ay.

Eastern Style: Terminating n sounds become ng(a). Terminating t is dropped. May incorporate
Eastern language syntax and vocabulary. The rr sound is never rolled. The eu sound is re-written
as yu, and pronounced like the iu sound in the phonology chart. Instances in which the s and i/y
sounds come together are sounded as the shi sound, rewritten as xi. Ex. S -> X (Uncommon)
The sound represented by is pronounced as the d sound or the t sound.

Semitic Style: Terminating -r becomes -, all instances of ga become a. The e sound is

pronounced like the uh sound. The single s sound becomes the sh sound, and written as x, as in
the phonology (There are no single s sounds). The pronoun ho becomes o, and attaches to
infinitives as in the Iberian Style. Some users of this style may choose to drop terminal vowels.
May incorporate Semitic syntax and vocabulary.

Britannic Style: This is just speaking as it is written. There are no changes to the phonology,
vocabulary or syntax.

Pronouns: 3rd person singular and plural are gendered.
Subject Pronouns
I - io

we - nosaltri

you - tu

you all (informal) - vosaltri

he/she/you (formal) - elye/


they - elyes/ellas!
you all (formal) - Astades

io - me

nosaltri - nos

tu - te

vosaltri - vos

elye/ella/Astad - se

elyes/ellas/Astades - se

Reflexive Pronouns

To separate the reflexive pronoun into a prepositional phrase, such as toward themselves, add -s
to the pronouns ending in -e, and add -es to the words ending in -s.


Indirect Object Pronouns

io - mi

nosaltri - nos

tu - ti

vosaltri - vos

elye/ella/Astad - li

elyes/ellas/Astades - lis

io - em/m

nosaltri - ens/'ns

tu - et/t

vosaltri - ev/v

elye/ella/Astad - el/l

elyes/ellas/Astades - els/ls
































































Direct Object Pronouns

Double Object Combinations

The partitive pronoun ne is used in expressions like:
Ne voleo comir. = I want to eat some.
Volevo prensirne. = I wanted to take some of it.
The neuter pronoun ho is used to substitute clauses or thoughts:
Avina non poteva andar al negozio. Aveo biss ca ho fassi.
Avina couldnt go to the store. I need you to do this.

Note: The Iberian style of using the object pronouns is a bit different. For verb conjugations
ending in vowels and for infinitives (after dropping the terminal r), you can attach the pronoun
as explained below.

Ne voleo comir. -> Voleo comin.
Volevo prensirne -> Volevo prensin.
The pronoun ho in the Iberian Style is instead xo, and would attach as such:
Avina non poteva andar al negozio. Aveo biss ca fassix.
Verbs: Verbs fall into one of three categories: -ar, -ure, -ir; No irregular verbs
-ar Verb - cerrar - to close
Present Tense Conjugation:
io cerro

nosaltri cerramo

tu cerri

vosaltri cerreas

elye/ella/Astad cerra

elyes/ellas/Astades cerran

io cerr

nosaltri cerramoste

tu cerrasti

vosaltri cerreaste

elye/ella/Astad cerr


Note: For verb stems that end in i, simply lengthen the i sound.
Past Tense Conjugation:

Future Tense Conjugation:
io cerrar

nosaltri crramo

tu cerrar

vosaltri cerrars

elye/ella/Astad cerrar

elyes/ellas/Astades cerrarn


Conditional Tense Conjugation:

io cerrasso

nosaltri cerrssamo

tu cerrassi

vosaltri cerrassas

elye/ella/Astad cerrassa


-er Verbs - ver - to see
Present Tense Conjugation:
io veo

nosaltri vemo

tu ve

vosaltri veas

elye/ella/Astad vea

elyes/ellas/Astades vean

io vevo

nosaltri vevemo

tu vevesti

vosaltri veveste

elye/ella/Astad veva

elyes/ellas/Astades vevan

Past Tense Conjugation:
Future Tense Conjugation:
io veur

nosaltri veremo

tu veur

vosaltri veurs

elye/ella/Astad veur

elyes/ellas/Astades veurn

Conditional Tense Conjugation:
io veurasso

nosaltri veurssamo

tu veurassi

vosaltri veurassas

elye/ella/Astad veurassa

elyes/ellas/Astades veurassan


-ir Verbs salir - to leave

Present Tense Conjugation:
io salo

nosaltri salimo

tu sali

vosaltri salis

elye/ella/Astad sale

elyes/ellas/Astades salen

Past Tense Conjugation:
io sal

nosaltri salimoste

tu salisti

vosaltri saliste

elye/ella/Astad sal

elyes/ellas/Astades salenn

Future Tense Conjugation:
io salir

nosaltri salramo

tu salir

vosaltri salirs

elye/ella/Astad salir

elyes/ellas/Astades salirn

io salisso

nosaltri salssamo

tu salissi

vosaltri salissas

elye/ella/Astad salissa

elyes/ella/Astades salissan

Conditional Tense Conjugation:

To form perfect tenses, take the desired tense of the verb aver (to have/to be (auxiliary)) and add
the past participle.

To form gerunds and present participles, just add -ante, -ente, or -inte to the stems of -ar, -er, and
-ir verbs respectively.

The progressive tenses are formed using star and the gerundive forms. The imperative is simply
emphasized forms of the conjugations for the people one is commanding. That is, you have to
intone the present tense like you would for a command in English.


Basic Phrases:

S - Yes
No(n) - No/Not
Per favor - Please
Adi - Goodbye
Salve - Hello
Perdn - Pardon me
Vale - Fine/OK
(Molte) graze - (Many) thanks
Non esse nente - Its nothing
Afin loga - See you later/Until next time
Nos-veremo dem - Well see each other tomorrow
Ben-jorne - Good morning
Ben-tarde - Good afternoon
Ben-sera - Good evening
Ben-noze - Good night
Come sti/sta? - How are you (informal/formal)
(Molte) bene - (very) well
Po male - A little badly
Equale - likewise
(Esse) meu goze - (Its) my pleasure/Nice to meet you
Cose - what
Qui - who
Come - how
Dvai - where
Quan - When
Quante - how many
Quantore cessen? - What time is it?
Percose - why/because
Cosse teu nom? - Whats your name?
Meu nom esse - My name is
Adossi - now
Loga - later
Antone - Then
Ben-vinute(s) - Welcome (all)
Seore - Mr.
Siora - Mrs.
Siorella - Ms.

Adjectives: Non-gendered, and pluralize by adding -s or -es (ending in a vowel and consonant,

Past Participle Formation:

-ar Verbs: drop -ar and add -ate

-er Verbs: drop -er and add -ete
-ir Verbs: drop -ir and add -ite

Adjectives: Colors

blanca - white
nuit - black
grs - gray
rosta - rose/pink
azure - blue
rosse - red
amarl - yellow
verte - green
violeta - violet/purple
morrn - brown

Adjectives: Others

tudes - all
nulles - none
va - empty
piente - full
medit da - half (of)
marina - maritime
terrana - earthen/earth-related
malo - bad
malite - sick
ben - good
amarje - bitter
aspre - sour
dole - sweet
picant - spicy
salate - salty
agra - tangy
molte - many/much/very
juoves - young
veco - old
sante - holy/sacred
bellisa - beautiful
brute - ugly

rize - rich
povre - poor
novt - new
vert - true
steze - same
intellijente - intelligent
operasse - hardworking/industrious
perezo - lazy
stupide - stupid
allegre - happy
furiose - angry
trixte - sad
arrogante - arrogant
cortaze - courteous/kind
scortaze - discourteous/unkind
talentate - talented
fzile - easy
difzile - difficult
interasse - interesting
simpliza - simple
complesse - complex
favrite - favorite
aburrante - boring
graduale - gradual
clare - clear
scurate - dark
alte - high/tall
basse - low/short
avanate - advanced
irritante - irritating
gozante - pleasing
bravose - brave/strong
dvole - weak
caritose - charitable/generous
egosta - selfish
vnide - vain
umile - humble

Demonstrative Pronouns/Adjectives:
aqus (sing.) - aquses (pl.) - this
aqul (sing.) - aqules (pl.) - that

Possessives: (can also function as nouns)

meu - my
teu - your (informal)
seu - his/her/your (formal)
nosse - our
vosse - your (plural informal)
seu - their/your (plural formal)


esser - to be (permanent or usually unchanging conditions)

star - to be (impermanent or temporary conditions)
devener - to become
corrar - to run
natar - to swim
disser - to say/tell
scoltar - to hear/listen
sentir - to feel
olrer(-se) - to smell (transitive/intransitive)
donar - to give
aprendir - to learn
insear - to teach
parlar - to talk
saper - to know (factual information or skills)
conossir - to know (people or places)
incontrar - to meet
fassar - to do/make
ballar - to dance
cantar - to sing
prensir - to take
comir - to eat
bevir - to drink
mirar - to look/watch
coinar - to cook
fornar - to bake
assar - to roast/broil
jugar - to play
sonar - to play (music/an instrument)
gozar - to like
digozar - to dislike
laner - to throw
cojir - to catch

aver - to have
ler - to read
scordir-se (da) - to forget
ricordar-se (da) - to remember
andar-se - to go
viner-se - to come
benviner - to welcome
dever - should/must
visser - to live
mortir - to die
acesinar - to kill
vendir - to sell
comprir - to buy
scrivar - to write
finar - to finish
comenar - to start
poter - to be able
crer - to believe
portar - to bring
entendir - to understand
ritornar - to return/go back
tornar - to turn
vestir-se - to dress
essedar - to sit
malir - to become worse/bad
benir - to become better/good
limpir - to clean
dizear - to design/draw
aburrar/aburrar-se - to bore/get bored
volar - to fly
voler - to want
ferrer-se - to injure
sanar/sanar-se - to heal/recover
malar - to become sick
vinar - to win/defeat
(l)luvar - to rain (Add the extra l in the Iberian Style)
never - to snow
fissar - to fix
teixar - to weave
messer - to wear
allargar - to lengthen/stretch/elongate
consellar - to counsel/advise
axcortar - to shorten

anullar - to nullify/negate/cancel
nazar - to be born
perder/perder-se - to lose/get lost
liberar - to free/liberate
pregar - to pray
asacrar - to consecrate
disacrar - to desecrate
deixar - to permit/allow
traduxir - to translate
arruixar - to ruin
constructar - to construct
destrer - to destroy
proter - to protect
atrigar - to try (as in a trial)
arrollar/arrollar-se - to enroll (oneself)
illumir - to illuminate
luir - to shine
estardar/estardar-se - to make late/become late
peixare - to fish
inunder/inunder-se - to drown (oneself/someone else)
apressiar - to hurry/rush
duvitar - to doubt
axperar - to hope
puser - to put/place
sonar - to play music
vantar - to brag/boast (about)
vietar - to forbid
vijilir - to keep watch (over)
crear - to create
envelar-(se) - to veil/hide
disperder - to dispel/send away
merer - to deserve
preocupar/preocupar-se - to cause worry/to be worried
mostrar - to show
lezar - to lecture
agrazar - to thank
parezir - to seem
assumir - to assume
vergonzar/vergonzar-se - to embarrass/get embarrassed
aiutar - to help
enar - to eat dinner
collazeure - to eat breakfast
pranzir - to eat lunch

contravir - to go against/defy/rebel
definar - to define
axifrar/axifrar-se - to mask/disguise (oneself)
delluder - to delude
elluder - to elude
educar - to educate
difassar - to undo
diminure - to diminish
dormiure - to sleep
celebrar - to celebrate
invidir - to envy
temer - to fear
pianjir - to cry
detestar - to detest/hate
entender - to understand
lorer-se - to graduate
operar - to work
conzenir-se - to be concerned
atrixtar/atrixtar-se - to make sad/become sad
disfrutar - to enjoy
dissarolar - to develop
vester - to dress/wear
divester - to undress
usar - to use
lassir - to allow/let/permit
discuvrir - to discover/dig up/uncover
elejir - to elect
anomar(-se) - to name/call (oneself) - Used in the sense of what one calls oneself
trucar - to call (out to someone/something)
telefonar - to telephone
emperure - to command
bendisser - to bless
maldisser - to curse
desser - to desire
durrar - to last
luitar - to fight
cassar(-se) - to marry/get married
atar - to act
finjar - to fake/pretend
mentir - to lie
fassar orgolya - to make proud (you can replace orgolya with any adjective for similar meanings)
respetar - to respect
onrer - to honor

acetar - to accept
aver calor - to be hot (oneself)
aver freta - to be cold (oneself)
aver vergonza - to be ashamed
aver para (di) - to be afraid (of)
aver colpa - to be at fault
aver ganes - to feel like doing (put an infinitive after)
aver sn - to be sleepy
fassar venta - to be windy
fassar calore - to be hot (weather)
fassar freta - to be cold (weather)
fassar sol - to be sunny
fassar plessura - to be pleasant (weather)
fassar neba - to be cloudy
fassar + (adjective) - to make (adjective)

Nouns: Non-gendered. Words that end in a consonant are pluralized by adding -es. For words
that end in vowels, add -s. The singular definite article is al, plural is als. The indefinite article is
un, plural is uns. For words that have a male and female version, add a to the end of the word.


al umane - human
al patre - father
al matre - mother
al marit(a) - husband/wife
al avolo(a) - grandfather/grandmother
al infante - infant/baby
al neo(a) - child
al ragan(a) - boy/girl
al juove - young man/woman
al ombre - man
al doa - woman
al vejo(a) - old man/woman
al studente - student
al enseator(a) - teacher
al itan(a) - citizen
al jente - people
al operator - worker
al polize - police(man/woman)
al vendetor(a) - seller/clerk
al jugator(a) - player
al pescator(a) - fisherman/woman

al loreaze(a) - laureate/graduate
al advocat(a) - lawyer
al medicator(a) - doctor
al bancat(a) - banker
al esportista - athlete
al afaro(a) - businessman/woman
al pellocortat(a) - hairdresser
al director(a) - director/boss
al sienzat(a) - scientist
al marcator(a) - designer (of fashion
al messanje - messenger
al poltico(a) - politician
al latrn(a) - thief
al ballant(a) - dancer
al musicat(a) - musician
al prnipe(a) - prince/princess
al rein(a) - king/queen
al senator(a) - senator
al empero(a) - emperor/empress
al prest(a) - priest(ess)
al din(a) - god/goddess (if capitalized, becomes God)
al valdre(a) - investor
al prionero(a) - prisoner
al prlaro(a) - speaker

Note: Words ending in -ity in English end in it. Words ending in -tion in English end in -zn.
al monda - world
al scola - school
al cassa - house/home
al quarda - room
al universit - university
al cit - city
al capital - capital
al ginazo - gymnasium
al classe - class
al govern - government building
al parlamente - parliament
al congressia - congress
al mosque - mosque
al sinag - sinagogue

al iglesa - church
al templo - temple
al aeroporta - airport
al terminal - terminal/stop
al ristorante - restaurant
al otele - hotel
al piaza - plaza
al teatre - theater
al cafe - caf
al mercad - market
al campa - countryside
al campe - field (as in a sports-field)
al pasa - country
al nazn - nation
al embassa - embassy
al castile - castle
al palasse - palace
al sanctora - sanctuary
al state - state
al stazn - station
al prin - prison
al stad - stadium
al spetaja - beach/shore
al terra - land
al mare - sea
al oxn - ocean
al desarte - desert
al rio - river
al foreste - forest
al jardn - garden
al planat - plain
al tundre - tundra
al corta - court
al ospitale - hospital
al negozio - store/shop

Objects and Abstract Things:
al matite - pencil
al plum - pen
al borra - eraser
al livra - book
al zano - backpack

al cartele - folder/binder
als apontes - notes
al tarea - task/homework
al scrivete - desk
al borda - board
al tvole - table
al bandara - banner/flag
al dispose - wastebasket
al seda - seat/chair
al divn - divan/couch
al caroze - carriage
al abrega - coat/jacket
al materelle - material
al set - silk
al cot - cotton
al fivra sinttica - synthetic fiber (polyester, nylon, etc.)
al allana - wool
al texta - text
al texta-livra - textbook
al manuale - manual
al trof - trophy
al premete - prize
al compet - competition
al balle - dance/ball
al filme - film/movie
al opra - opera
al spetaco - show/play (theatrical work)
al ocazn - occasion/situation
al progresso - progress
al dificolt - difficulty
al facolt - ease
al felicit - happiness
al trixtessa - sadness
al odesso - hate
al devozn - devotion
al ioranza - ignorance
al intellijenza - intelligence
al carit - charity
al egosme - selfishness
al vanit - vanity
al umilit - humility
al vit - life
al mort - death

al relijia - religion
al fata - faith
al razisme - racism
al sessime - sexism
al ateisme - atheism
al teisme - theism
al ment - lie


al medice - medicine
al infermit - illness/sickness
al epidm
al aspirina - aspirin
al sirope - syrup
al tossia - cough
al rasfreta - cold
al fievre - fever
al influenza - flu
al coma - coma
al dlora - pain
al pastilla - pill
al tavleta - tablet
al emicraa - headache
al iezn - injection
al infesa - infection
al vcine - vaccine
al tratamente - treatment
al infermer(a) - nurse
al diavetas (tipe un/due) - diabetes (type one/two)
al malaira - malaria
al epatita (A/B/C) - hepatitis A/B/C (pronounced ah/beh/cheh)
al sindr - syndrome
al autisme - autism

Food and Drink:
al agua - water
al birra - beer
al vine - wine
al votca - vodka
al sujo - juice
al refrezo - soda

al alimente - food/nourishment
al paeya - paella
al pasta - pasta
al nociole - nut
al amela - almond
al ein - walnut
al avlya - hazelnut
al fruit - fruit
al pome - apple
al pltan - banana
al rama - grape
al marmelt - jam/marmalade
als antienas - appetizers
al ena - dinner/meal
al consom - consomm
al spezata - curry
al pania - sandwich
al tortele - tortilla
al ovo - egg
al porca - pork
al pollo - chicken
al carne - meat
al poltre - poultry
al marizca - seafood
al resse - beef
al merenda - snack
al astofa - stew
al zupe - soup
al rise - rice
als ortajes - vegetables
al salata - salad
al salsa - sauce/salsa
als notellas - noodles
al formaja - cheese
al esteca - steak
al cordere - lamb
al montn - mutton
al cotolete - cutlet/chop
al involte - roll (a packed roll like a spring roll)
al paote - bread roll
al pan - bread
als lentizes - lentils
al speze - spice

Plants and Animals:

al vace - cow
al gal(a) - rooster/chicken
al ovesia - sheep
al cavre - goat
al serpenta - serpent/snake
al cocodrl - crocodile
al caimo - alligator
al pez - fish
al ucela - bird
al bixo - insect/bug
al rao - spider
al flora - flora
al animlia - fauna
al flora - flower
al animal - animal
al apeja - bee
al vespat - wasp
al formsa - ant
al medusa - jellyfish
al lapna - rabbit
al volpa - fox
al loba - wolf
al ursa - bear
al mn - monkey
al elefante - elephant


al conte - story
al estoria - history
al poema - poem
al literata - literature
al brusso(a) - wizard/witch
al dracn - dragon
al beste - beast
al fantasme - ghost/specter
al spirito - spirit
al incanto - spell
al maldizn - curse
al brussiera - magic
al septre - scepter/wand

brusse - magic (adjective)

Bellisa Adormate - Sleeping Beauty
Nevablanca - Snow White
Ventafossia - Cinderella
al monstre - monster
al faeda - fairy
Al Faedamatrina - Fairy Godmother
Al Scanociole - The Nutcracker
al malvaja - evil (as an abstract noun)
al benveja - good (as an abstract noun)
al batalla - battle
al luit - fight
al matrimoa - marriage
al boda/als noxes - wedding
al noxela - bridal gown (als noxelas can refer to items purchased for a bride or wedding)

Prepositions and Conjunctions

ed - and
ad - to
o - or
da/di - from/of (contracts with al(s) to make dal(s)/del(s) and with en(s) to make den(s); Also
elides with all vowels, making d; Ex. da/di + este = deste) Matter of choice
se - if
con - with
sin - without
per - but
sin - but (As in not this but (rather) that)
sud - on the topic of
per - to (as in: in order to)/by/for
in - in/at
sote da/di - under
sopre da/di - on top
atr da/di - behind
infrente da/di - in front of
allato da/di - next to
adentre da/di - inside of
afuore da/di - outside of
vizine da/di - around/in the vicinity of
alza da/di - some of
intraze da/di - between
lntan da/di - far from
cerca da/di - near

aqu - here
l - there
ca - that (as in I hope that you come home; Elides with all vowels; Ex. Axpero cAstad vene ad
ossia - or rather/that is


quind - so/therefore (As in And so we did that)

ore - now
tudevia - still/yet
via - away
j - yet/already
cass - almost
sempre - always
mai - never
diaria - daily
anale - annual
mesale - monthly
mai - never
fzilmente - easily
furiosemente - angrily
male - badly
brezemente - briefly/quickly
bravosemente - bravely/strongly
dvolmente - weakly
cortemente - politely
scortemente - impolitely
dem - tomorrow
ayer - yesterday
oj - today

un - 1
due - 2
trs - 3
quatra - 4
cinze - 5
seis - 5
sete - 7
vuit - 8
nove - 9

dize - 10
undize - 11
dodize - 12
tredize - 13
catordize - 14
cindize - 15
sedize - 16
dissete - 17
di-vuit - 18
di-nove - 19
vinte - 20
vint-un - 21
vin-due - 22
vin-trs - 23
vin-quatra - 24
vin-cinze - 25
vin-seis - 26
vin-sete - 27
vin-vuit - 28
vin-nove - 29
trente - 30
quatrante - 40
cintante - 50
seisante - 60
setente - 70
vuitante - 80
novente - 90
cente - 100
cent-un - 101
cen-due - 102

Ordinal Numbers:
primr - 1st
segn - 2nd
terzr - 3rd
quardr - 4th
cinzr - 5th
seissr - 6th
setr - 7th
vuitr - 8th
novr - 9th

dizr - 10th
undizr - 11th
dodizr - 12th
tredizr - 13th
catordizr - 14th
cindizr - 15th
sedizr - 16th
dissr - 17th
divuitr - 18th
dinovr - 19th
vintr - 20th
vint-unr - 21st
vin-dur - 22nd
vin-tresr - 23rd
vin-catrr - 24th
vin-cinzr - 25th
vin-seissr - 26th
vin-setr - 27th
vin-vuitr - 28th
vin-novr - 29th
trentr - 30th
quatrantr - 40th
cintrantr - 50th
seisantr - 60th
setantr - 70th
vuitantr - 80th
novantr - 90th
centr - 100th
cent-unr - 101st
cen-dur - 102nd

Times and the Sky:

al ano - year
al dcene - decade
al scole - century
al setema - week
al dia - day
al jorne - daytime/morning
al noze - night
al tarde - afternoon
al ore - hour

al minut - minute
al secnt - second
al mese - month
al lundia - Monday
al martdia - Tuesday
al mercoldia - Wednesday
al jovdia - Thursday
al venrdia - Friday
al sabate - Saturday
al doma - Sunday
al enerro - January
al fevreia - February
al marze - March
al meje - May
al jua - June
al julia - July
al agosta - August
al setembre - September
al octobre - October
al novembre - November
al dizembre - December
al estiva - summer
al autn - autumn
al inverna - winter
al primavera - spring
al sol - sun
al lun - moon
al estl - star
al astre - asteroid
al cel - sky
al fuja - shooting star/meteor
al neba - cloud
al pioja - rain
al rellampa - lightning
al tro - thunder
al inundazn - flood


Als Estates Unitates - The United States

Al Reo Unitate - The United Kingdom
Anglaterra - England
Franze - France

Spaa - Spain
Italia - Italy
Allemaa - Germany
Austria - Austria
Grezia - Greece
Rossa - Russia
Danmarca - Denmark
Suida - Sweden
Finlandia - Finland
Norveje - Norway
Belja - Belgium
Al Repblice Ceco - Czech Republic
Ucrana - Ukraine
Blancarossa - Belarus
Axtoa - Estonia
Ltvia - Latvia
Lituania - Lithuania
Islanda - Iceland
Suzera - Switzerland
Als Pasas Basses/Olanda - Netherlands/Holland
Portogale - Portugal
Romaa - Romania
Cit Vaticane -Vatican City
Iraa - Iran
Iraca - Iraq
India - India
Pakistane - Pakistan
Nepale - Nepal
Bangladexa - Bangladesh
Sxri Lanca - Sri Lanka
Afgania - Afghanistan
Tibeta - Tibet
Cina - China
Japn - Japan
Corea (Norde/Sorde) - (North/South) Korea
Indonssia - Indonesia
Malssia - Malaysia
Als Filipinas - The Philippines
Israle - Israel
Palestina - Palestine
Turza - Turkey
Sria - Syria
Lebana - Lebanon

Jordana - Jordan
Arabia Sudite - Saudi Arabia
Tailanda - Thailand
Camboja - Cambodia
Laoxa - Laos
Vietname - Vietnam
Srbia - Serbia
Slovaca - Slovakia
Slovnia - Slovenia
Ongra - Hungary


al nazonalit - nationality
americane - American
anglese - English
franzano(a) - French
espaese - Spanish
italiane - Italian
allemao(a) - German
austriane - Austrian
greziane - Greek
rossiane - Russian
danmarcane - Danish
suidase - Swedish
finlandase - Finnish
norvejano(a) - Norwegian
beljane - Belgian
ceco(a) - Czech
ucrae - Ukrainian
blancarossiane - Belarussian
axtoo(a) - Estonian
ltvite - Latvian
liteo(a) - Lithuanian
islndice - Icelandic
svize - Swiss
olande - Dutch
portogese - Portugal
romae - Romanian
irano(a)/persiano(a) - Iranian
iraco(a) - Iraqi
indiane - Indian
pakistao(a) - Pakistani

nepalese - Nepalese
bangladesso(a) - Bangladeshi
sxri-lancane - Sri Lankan
afgano(a) - Afghanistan
tibetano(a) - Tibetan
cinese - China
japonese - Japanese
(norde/sorde)-coreano - (North/South) Korean
indonsse - Indonesian
malsse - Malaysian
filipino(a) - Filipino
israleo(a) - Israel
palestio(a) - Palestine
turzaxe - Turkish
sriane - Syrian
lebanese - Lebanese
jordane - Jordanian
sudite - Saudi Arabian
tano - Thai
cambojane - Cambodian
laoxane - Laotian
vietnamese - Vietnamese


al lingua - language
al angls - English
al spaole - Spanish
al franz - French
al italiano - Italian
al allemande - German
al grezo - Greek
al rosso - Russian
al danixa - Danish
al suidessa - Swedish
al finessa - Finnish
al norveja - Norwegian
al cecano - Czech
al ucrao - Ukrainian
al blancarossiano - Belarussian
al axtoe - Estonian
al latvitana - Latvian
al liteano - Lithuanian

al islandina - Icelandic
al olandina - Dutch
al portogo - Portugal
al romaa - Romanian
al fars - Farsi
al arab - Arabic
al ind - Hindi
al urd - Urdu
al nepala - Nepalese
al bengali - Bengali/Bangladeshi
al snhala- Sri Lankan/Sinhala (pronounce the h)
al paxt - Pashto (language of Afghanistan)
al tibeto - Tibetan
al cins- Chinese
al japons - Japanese
al coreano - Korean
al bahasa indonssia - Bahasa Indonesia
al bahasa maliu - Bahasa Malaysia
al taglog - Tagalog
al hivreu - Hebrew
al turze - Turkish
al tada - Thai
al camb - Cambodian
al la - Laotian
al vieta - Vietnamese

Grammatical Terms:

al nom - noun
al adjativa - adjective
al verba - verb
al adverba - adverb
al cas - case (as in the grammatical case)
al sujontiva - subjunctive
al indicativa - indicative
al emperativa - imperative
al futuro - future
al presenta - present
al passata - past
al condizonl - conditional
al gramtica - grammar
al sintasse - syntax
al gentre - gender

al sujeta - subject
al ojeta - object

Tudes umanes nazan lveres ed equales in dignit ed diretes. Sian dotates con razn e conxenze,
e deveyen actar verse ses in as spirito da fraternit.
(Artcole Un dal Declarazn da Diretes Umanes)
All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason
and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood.
(Article 1 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights)
Axpero cAstad, al letor, disfruta aprendir Avrea. Le cre percosio volej fassar-le. Sia diseate
per deixar jente aprendir-le sin dificolt. Ore, este lingua sia tudevia un opra in progresso, ed
quind deveyemo dissarolar-le per usar-le in molte ocaznes.
I hope that you, the reader, enjoy learning Avrea. I created it because I wanted to make it. Its
designed to allow people to learn it without difficulty. Now, this language is still a work in
progress, and so we should develop it to use it in more situations.


Note: Drop final vowel, if there is one, before adding any of these endings. An n is added after a
word (after dropping the final vowel) that ends in a vowel.

-era - Adding this to a noun that refers to a broad set of items (such as nuts, fruits, or clothes)
denotes the shop or place where the noun is made or sold
-t(a) - Pejorative suffix; Adds negative or insulting connotation, and also of being ugly
-et(a) - Diminutive suffix; Adds connotations of smallness or endearment
-s(sa) - Augmentative suffix; Adds connotations of bigness or greatness
-s(a) - Beautifying suffix; Adds connotations of being attractive or beautiful, and also of being
precious or valuable
-vera - When added to the names of fruits, nuts, vegetables, and other produce, names the plant
or tree that it comes from
-mente - When added to an adjective, makes it an adverb
-ave - When added to a noun that describes a unit or one part of a whole (such as tile, people, or
thread) makes the word a collective version of that word (roof, crowd, and tapestry)

Naming Tradition

The tradition of speakers of Avrea is to adopt a new name. For example, my Avrean name is
Risaele Avreste. When one speaks in Avrea, one uses Avrea names. One derives a name from
the roots from the list below.

For roots that end in vowels, you can drop the vowel before adding another root to make the
name sound more smooth. This practice is entirely optional.

(Feel free to add similar-sounding roots to the list to expand the possibilities for naming.)
Roots for Names:



Examples: Allena Sonreliza (a girls name), Alvesse Sefardessia (a boys name), Turxarra
Vetaxole (a girls name), Celvoltre Lestaverre (a boys name)

Apn al aniverse catordizr den prlaro, se dona en nom novt per celebrar. Daqus ponte in
avana, al prlaro aveur en nom molte lungo. Potea esser quelcose, come Risaele Avreste al
Coronate, o Allena Divxa Sonreliza.

Upon the 14th birthday of a speaker, one gives a new name to celebrate. From that point on, the
speaker will have a longer name. It can be anything, such as Risaele Avreste al Coronate or
Allena Divxa Sonreliza.

Als prlaros dAvrea essern unitate per lingua ed en senso da fraternit, non per fata ed non per
raze. Essimo un comunit, non solo un grupo. Tudes persones essen ben-vinutes ad aprendir

The speakers of Avrea will be united by language and a sense of brotherhood, not by faith and
not by race. We are a community, not just a group. All people are welcome to learn Avrea.