Mitrusian language

Mitrusian language
Mitoškā
Pronunciation[ˈmitoʂka:]
Native to Hytekia
RegionCentral Germania
EthnicityMitrusians
Native speakers
50,000
!Uralic
  • !Finnic
    • Mitrusian language
!Latin alphabet
Official status
Recognised minority
language in
Regulated byGlobal Mitrusian School
Language codes
ISO 639-1mt
ISO 639-2mtr
ISO 639-3mit
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Mitrusian (Mitrusian: Mitoškā) is a !Finno-Ugric language spoken by around 50,000 people in central Germania, most of which live in Hytekia. It has historically been influenced by Hytek and Alemannic, and the language takes many loan words from both languages. The Mitrusian language is native to the Mitrusian people, most of whom live in the town of Pakemā in Hytekia, and are native to the area.

Phonology

Vowels

Mitrusian has six vowels, with length as a distinctive feature marked by a macron above the letter (e.g. "a" /a/ becomes "ā" /a:/).

Front Central Back
Close i u
Mid ɛ ɔ, ǫ
Open a

Phonemes

Phoneme Allophone* (stressed) Allophone (unstressed)
a
ɛ e ə
i
ɔ o
ɔ̃
u

*In open syllables, /'bɛta/ ['beta], but /'bɛt/ ['bɛt]