Storvani language

Strovan, Storvanic, Storvanese
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Pronunciation/stɔrvanʧɪː/ Speaker Icon.svg
Native to
RegionStorvan island
EthnicityStorvani Imperial settlers
Native speakers
L1: ~470,000
L2: ~470,000
FL: <80,000
Early form
Ⲟⲇⲗⲩϭⲓⲛⲁ (Odluchian)
ⲟⲇⲗⲩϭϣⲥⲕⲓ (Mustelarian)
Odɫuçinaçī (Storvani)
Odluчina (Zhoushi)[1]
Official status
Official language in
Recognised minority
language in
Language codes
ISO 639-1ST
ISO 639-2STO
ISO 639-3STO
Distribution of the language
     Absolute majority
     >30% of native speakers
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Storvani language is a Slavic language out of Kento-Polyash language group, which is one of the official languages of Storvan Autonomy in Zhousheng.


A a
Ā ā
B b
C c
Ç ç
D d
Ɗ ɗ
E e
Ē ē
F f
G g
H h
/ɦ ~ h/
Ȝ ȝ
I i
Ī ī
J j
K k
L l
Ɫ ɫ
/ʟ ~ w/
M m
N n
Ɲ ꬻ
O o
Ō ō
P p
Q q
R r
Ɽ ꭉ
S s ſ
Ȿ ȿ ᶘ
Ә ә
Ә̄ ә̄
T t
Ƭ ƭ
U u
Ū ū
V v
Ƿ ƿ
/w ~ ʋ/
X x
Y y
Ȳ ȳ
Z z
Ɀ ɀ

Detailed table

Official version Zhoushi version Protopolyash version IPA Symbol Example of a common word with the sound
1 A a A a Ⲁ ⲁ About this sound/a/ After
2 Ā ā ⨇ ⩕ Ꜳ ꜳ About this sound/aː/
3 B b B b Ⲃ ⲃ About this sound/b/ Label
4 C c C c Ϭ ϭ About this sound/ʦ/ Its
5 Ç ç Ч ч ϬⲌ ϭⲍ About this sound/ʧ/ Check
6 D d D d Ⲇ ⲇ About this sound/d/ Done
7 Ɗ ɗ Đ đ Ϫ ϫ About this sound/ɟ/ Voiced palatal plosive (not in common)
8 E e E e Ⲉ ⲉ About this sound/ɛ/ Bed (General American accent)
9 Ē ē Ѥ ѥ About this sound/ɛː/
10 F f F f Ⲫ ⲫ About this sound/f/ Fine
11 G g G g Ⲅ ⲅ About this sound/g/ Game
12 H h H h Ϩ ϩ About this sound/ɦ/
About this sound/h/
13 Ȝ ȝ Ȝ ȝ Ⲭ ⲭ About this sound/x/ Voiceless velar fricative (not in common)
14 I i I i Ⲓ ⲓ About this sound/i/ Free
15 Ī ī Ꝩ ꝩ About this sound/iː/
16 J j J j About this sound/j/ You
17 K k K k Ⲕ ⲕ About this sound/k/ Key
18 L l L l Ⲗ ⲗ About this sound/l/ Later
19 Ɫ ɫ Λ λ Ⲗ' ⲗ' About this sound/ʟ/ Middle
20 M m M m Ⲙ ⲙ About this sound/m/ Mother
21 N n N n Ⲛ ⲛ About this sound/n/ Month
22 Ɲ ꬻ Ƞ ƞ Ⲛ' ⲛ' About this sound/ɲ/ New
23 O o O o Ⲟ ⲟ About this sound/ɔ/ Not
24 Ō ō Ꝏ ꝏ About this sound/ɔː/
25 P p P p Ⲡ ⲡ About this sound/p/ Play
26 Q q Q q ⲔⲪ ⲕⲫ /k͡v/ A bigram of /k/ and /v/, for example in Question
27 R r R r Ⲣ ⲣ About this sound/r/ Bright
28 Ɽ ꭉ Ԗ ԗ Ⲣ' ⲣ' About this sound/ʀ/ Red
29 S s ſ S s Ⲥ ⲥ About this sound/s/ Surprise
30 Ȿ ȿ ᶘ Ш ш Ϣ ϣ About this sound/ʃ/ Show
31 Ә ә Ә ә Ⲱ ⲱ About this sound/ə/ Bird
32 Ә̄ ә̄ Ɛ ɛ About this sound/əː/
33 T t T t Ⲧ ⲧ About this sound/t/ Time
34 Ƭ ƭ Ꞇ ꞇ Ϯ ϯ About this sound/c/ Voiceless palatal plosive (not in common)
35 U u U u Ⲩ ⲩ About this sound/u/ Boot
36 Ū ū Ɯ ɯ About this sound/uː/
37 V v V v Ⲯ ⲯ About this sound/v/ Valve
38 Ƿ ƿ W w Ƿ ƿ W w Ⲫ ⲫ About this sound/w/
About this sound/ʋ/
39 X x X x Ⲝ ⲝ /k͡s/ A bigram of /k/ and /s/, for example in Maximal
40 Y y Y y Ⲩ ⲩ About this sound/ɨ/ Lip (London accent)
41 Ȳ ȳ У ү About this sound/ɨː/
42 Z z Z z Ⲍ ⲍ About this sound/z/ Zoo
43 Ɀ ɀ З з ⲌϢ ⲍϣ About this sound/ʒ/ Pleasure

Short and long S, Ȿ

Letters S and Ȿ have a two miniscule versions, the short (s, ȿ) and the long (ſ, ᶘ). The rules on the usage of the versions are:

  • Short version is used before a vowel: Әsa, Ȿedȳ
  • Short version is used on the end of the word: Los, Kuȿ
  • Long version is used before a consonant: Radoſƭ, Moᶘƭ
  • If the consonant is syllabic, short version is used: Slza, Ȿlk
  • In case the /s/ or /ʃ/ sound is syllabic, long version is used: Pſt, Pᶘt[2]
  1. The term "Odluчina" comes from Bogmian verb "Odluчiꞇi", meaning "To seperate". The term comes from the separation of the settlers during the Empire of Three Kings from the rest of the country, which caused their separation and linguistic differentiation from the original mix of Bogmian and Zhengian settlers, intermixing mainly with the Borelian aboriginals.
  2. The sounds S and Ȿ (/s/ and /ʃ/) are syllabic only in very rare cases in interjections and words derived from them. Most famous are the interjections "Pſt" and "Pᶘt", which both denote a hushing sound