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Numbers

Tovukal follows a base 10 counting system. Sufficiently large places (IE: are equal to the previous place number squared) have their own unique numbers expressed as suffixes to another number, for example, the number 256 in Tovukal is pronounced "Karkir-Vori Kavnas-Koda Thadori". Often, numbers and number suffixes are abreviated to their first syllable to speed up pronounciation of a word. The previous example of a number would often also be said as "Kar-Vor Kav-Kod Tha".

Zero: Nurol

One: Kalxu

Two: Karkir

Three: Diloda

Four: Kistru

Five: Kavnas

Six: Thadori

Seven: Alxoni

Eight: Xadin

Nine: Kuska

Ten (multiplyer): Koda

Hundred: Vorikta

Ten Thousand: Alnasa

Hundred Million: Nilsatu

Units Of Time

Day: Kivtro

Month: Nidrolu

Year: Dortha

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Male: Dasan

Female: Nisid

Father: Patra

Mother: Matra

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Airship: Ukina

Barrier: Drolo

Being: Hatiro

Beyond: Dralni

Creation: Kalsatu

Dread: Krosa

Engineer: Thidrolsatu

Event: Notraya

Image: Nosoto

Knowledge: Tisoru

Map: Talri

Machine: Thidrona

Magic: Thalaru

Moon: Nidroxa

Navigator: Talrikusari

Race: Kivadir

Reader:  Kusari

Restroom: Nadukral

Rules: Notri

Language: Nintotri

Location: Nantadu

Science: Tisorthal

Search: Orthal

Shifting: Kafto

Ship: Inadru

Sky: Ukara

Slave: Naktosi

Speech: Nintolu

Text: Kusa

Very: Konatu

Understand: Thadno

Word: Kithxa

Us (past tense): Nixtar

Us (present tense): Nixtra

Us (future tense): Nitxra

?: Xiv

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Create: Kalsati

Kill: Nasku

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Daemon: Xutha

Dragon: Orothaldir

Fairy: Thaldir

Ghost: Krosthaldir

Goblin: Konithaldir

Homo Sapien: Unaril

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And: Kol

Are: -xlo

Associated/Connected With: Toku

From: -si

To: ni

The: Kolku

Then: Lutra

This: Noru

If: Nrin

Is: Kix

Therefore: thadru

Of: kli

For: Iski

Here: Xar

There: Xok

Plural: -kor

You: Nisa

Gender

Tovukal has five main genders; male, female, genderless, inanimate and divine. Inanimate is always used in the place of the dehumanizing "it", such as when talking about a tool, location or slave. Genderless pronouns are often used when the gender of the subject doesn't matter in the context or doesn't exist. Divine pronouns are reserved for objects and entities of worship, much like Anglish's capitalized He or She, in some cases divine pronouns are used for nations, extremely respected individuals or even concepts.

Me: Kiskf

My: Kish

He: Srin

She: Srid

It (Inanimate): Ulta

It (Genderless): Sri

It (Divine): Sordal

His: Varn

Her: Vard

Its (Inanimate): Varta

Its (Genderless): Var

It (Divine): Darsa

Very-: Kon-

Little-: Nok-

My: Kish

Quality: Soku

Placed: Nandu

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Yes: Dan

No: Vod

Common Sayings

Hello: Nalidro