Zhyler

I have some rather fascinating news to report. Apparently, the band whose name was Zhyler has broken up, and (some of?) the members have formed a new band called Awaken (necesita poder leer en español pá leer esto). This means that my Zhyler is now the only Zhyler on the net. Woo hoo! Finally I have something to put on my résumé...!

At any rate, Zhyler is a language I created because I really liked Turkish, but couldn't (at the time) find any TY resources on it (this seems to be a recurring theme with my languages...). Zhyler is an SOV language with fifty-seven noun cases (in honor of the ketchup co.), all suffixing, and a robust vowel harmony system. In addition, there are seventeen noun classes, à la Swahili, which do much of the derivational footwork. That said, feel free to browse around. Of all the languages I've created, this is probably my favorite (don't tell the others!).



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