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Mathla ['maθla] is a Germanic language that is mainly spoken in the dimension of the gods. But also all magic creatures and magicians make use of this tongue and call it their own, for it contains magic powers. 

It is counted among the inflected languages, i.e. it uses four cases for nouns and pronouns (nominative, genetive, accusative, dative), two genders (common, neuter), and two numbers (singular, plural).

Mathlas has got 21 monophtongs (i, I, y, Y, u, U, e, E, é, o, O, æ, Æ, c, C, a, A, ä, Ä, å, Å), 5 diphtongs (P, R, Q, V, B) and 22 consonants (p, b, t, d, k, g, q, m, N, ng, f, v, T, D, s, S, x, h, w, r, l, j). 

There only exist a few punctuation marks: . ( ) + - : < = >

The numbers are always written out.

Info: Created on 3rd June 2019 . Last edited on 9th June 2019.
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