The Language of Âthâwian
This language is no longer active, and is considered a dead language .
Natively known as: Âthâw /əˈθəw/
...and he stood holding his hat and turned his wet face to the wind...
œ zhi tebœk fivâ zhåj kudi œ thuwovithak zhåj åmi kœj yawoy kutath
Pronunciation: /œ ʒi tɛːˈbœk ˈfivə ʒɑdʒ ˈkydi œ θuwɔˈviθak ʒɑdʒ ˈɑmi kœdʒ jaˈwɔj kyˈtað/
Thâw word order: and he stood holding his hat and turned his wet face to the wind
Main word order: Subject-Verb-Object-Oblique. "Mary opened the door with a key" turns into Mary opened the door with a key.
Adjective order: Adjectives are positioned before the noun.