Grammar RulesEditVerb Tenses
To make a noun into a verb, use:
>> -u for the present tense
>> -ei or -i(if ends in e) for the past tense
>> -kazu for the future tense
>> -wo for the command form
>> -ku for an action you want to do>> -ja for forbidding
>> -xe for pleading
>> -gyo for suggestive or plural subject
>> -zou for negative
Ex. Joho (Go)
Going – Johou
Went – Johoei
Will Go – Johokazu
Go! - Johowo!
I want to go – Johoku
Don't go! - Johojawo! !
(Ja forbids and Wo commands)
Please don't go! - Johojawoxe!
(Ora johojawoje for polite command- see below)
Let's go! - Meujohogyo!
(Suggestive forms are mostly used with "meu", meaning "we", especially in formal)
Not going – Johozou
"Uya" is only used when introducing yourself. It literally means “name”.
About "Ki", "Meu" and "Zhai": They are always written without spaces
with the next word.
Kimai Zhai - I love you
Ki (I) + Mai (Love) + Zhai (You)
Meumai Zhai - We love you
Zhaini waiiei - You smiled
Ni - Is (placed after the subject)
Kini homo. – I am a human being.
Feroxo ni oziu. - The bells are singing.
De - placed after the direct object
Kini zhaide repereu deuje - I give you peace.
Mi - of (used as a possesive verb for human subjects, normal "of" for others )
Hojin mi yaxeu – Wind of flowers
Kimi soa – My star
Zhaimi nozo – Your moon
Xe – or
Numa xe meiono – Black or white
Zhaini oziu xe sarageu? – Do you sing or dance?
Kan – and
Kikan kimi jida – Me and my friend
Tsuja kan ekuwe – The fox and the crow
Nio – and (between sentences)
Sokana ni nemeboei nio rera ni hiazei. – She fought and then the war was over.
Addressing subjects - …ko
Dei ko, ora zhaide fukajusa de reperexe. – O God, please give me strength.
Positive Adjectives: Replace the last letter with -e
If word ends in vowel, just add -e
Ex. Zuki - Light (Noun) >> Zuke – Bright
Roen - Orange (Noun) >> Roene - Orange (Adj)
Negative Adjectives: Add -zou
Ex. Zuki - Light (Noun) >> Zukizou - Not Bright
Roen - Orange (Noun) >> Roenzou - Not Orange
>> - chin for cute girls
>> - zuu for people of high ranks
>> - nio for Mr./Mrs./Ms.
>> - ho for cute guys
Ex. Eujan (Great) >> Eujanso (Greatly)
Ex. Xakei (house) >> Xakeiyuu (houses)
The c is rarely used, but depending on the vowel, it can change its pronunciation.
ca = kya
ce = che
ci = si
co = kuo
cu = kyu
cce = kye
cco = kyo
It’s an Enidoukan-exclusive vowel that reads similar to fur, early & return.
It’s also an Enidoukan-exclusive vowel that reads the same as blow, glow and flow.
x depends on the words (sometimes read as "s", sometimes "ks")
Fuoxeu (fall down) is read as FU-OK-SEU
Xakei (house) is read as SA-KEI
Ng is the same (ng is commonly only used for surnames such as Aomaxiang, Zeuxiang and Cangce/Cangje).
Transfer of foreign language Edit
Consonants with vowels are used only if next is consonant or it is the last consonant.
A = AE
B = V / VU
C (Depending on Sound) = replaced by sound (S=SU, SH=SHU, CH=CHU, K=KU)
D = T/ TE
E = EO
F,PH = P/ PA
G = J/ JI
H = H/ HI
I = IE
J = G/ GI
K = KY / KYU
L = R/ RU
M = M/ MO
N = same
NG = same
O = OU
P = F/ FA
Q = CU
R = L/ LU
S, TH = Z/ ZEU
T = D/ DE
U = same
V = B/ BU
W = same
X = same
Y = same
Z = SH/ SHI
CH = same
note: doubles are ignored except when they make a particular change in sound
Apple – Aefaru
Computer – Koumofudeolu
Sentences/phrases that express hospitality and respect always begin in "Ora".
Verbs, adjectives and adverbs transform into: (basic form) + je, and "zhai" is not used, because it is automatic that polite sentences are directed to a certain speaker.
Please have a seat. -> Ora yodofuje.
Please wait. -> Ora xinuje.
(basic form) + (modified basic form of 2nd word)
I will continue to love you forever. -> Kini zhaide mai xocurakazu shinjeun.
In speaking, most Enidoukans tend to omit the letter "i" in the "ni" sounds.
Kini koyou. -> Kinkoyou. (I'm here.)
Most adverbs are placed before the word modified:
Meet again -> Ikuchou medou
Come here -> Koyou de sefewo
The use of "reo"Edit
Be happy -> Yeche reowo
I was happy -> yeche reoei
I will be happy -> yeche reokazu
Reo is also used for "not":
Not a singer -> Ozimo reozou. (noun) + reo + zou
The use of "zou"Edit
Zou is also used to negate verbs:
I will not go -> Johokazuzou. (verb) + zou
I'm not asleep -> Foceuzou.
Numbers are pronounced as:
These are combined the same way as Japanese numbers.
145 - xafobavo
1,242,597 - seibexafobabechavoxajeubazeu
88 - keubakeu
How Many TimesEdit
January – Semaen
February – Bemaen
March – Dimaen
April – Fomaen
May - Vomaen
June - Yeumaen
July - Zeumaen
August - Keumaen
September - Jeumaen
October - Xamaen
November - Xasemaen
December - Xabemaen
Enidoukan sentences can be turned into questions by simply changing the accent.
Did she go there? -> Sokana ni tokou nu johoei?
She went there. -> Sokana ni tokou nu johoei.
Days of the weekEdit
Sunday – Aramon
Monday – Nozomon
Tuesday - Furutemon
Wednesday - Codomon
Thursday - Aforolimon
Friday - Mikinmon
Saturday - Jyokuanmon
Date and timeEdit
Wednesday, September 29, 2010, 8:25 PM
Codomon, Jeumaen 29mon (bebajeumon), 2010xoi (bechabaxoi), 8:25 KS (keupa bebavowa keso)
AM - DS (diso), PM - KS (keso)
mon - day, xoi - year, pa - hour, wa - minute, maen - month
Ancient Enidoukan pronounciationsEdit
O is usually omitted in the pronounciations.
T, d, and z have h after it (which is why zhai has h).
Taka Darolo - Thaka Dharl
Yorika Enika - Yrika Enika
Yorika Oromuso - Yrika Ormus or Yrikarmus
Male & female nounsEdit
Add -mo for male, -na for female.
Rayamo - Male Governor
Rayana - Female Governor
Special Alphabet: North EnidoukanEdit
This is the alphabet used by residents of North Enidouka (Baukizen Region). They use the numbers and special characters of Standard Enidoukan, except with the character EU. Also, they don’t use the double marker.