International Auxiliary Languages

Atlas was created in 2017 and has vocabulary borrowed from Arabic, Bengali, Chinese, English, French, Hindi, Indonesian/Malay, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish. Atlas has a vocabulary of just 524 root words which can be used to construct compound words.


Atlas has 18 consonants and seven vowels. Unlike many IALs, Atlas excludes /v/, /z/ and /j/.


Bilabial Labiodental Alveolar Postalveolar Velar Labiovelar Glottal
Nasal m n
Plosive p b t d k g
Affricate d͡z t͡ʃ
Fricative f s ʃ ʒ h
Approximant w
Lateral approximant l
Trill r


Atlas has five phonemic vowels and two vowels, /ɪ/ and /ʊ/, that are only used in diphthongs.

Front Back
Close i u
Near-close ɪ ʊ
Close-mid e o
Open a


Atlas has 23 letters of the Latin alphabet excluding f, j and y. Notably, Atlas writes /f/ with a v.

Letter a b c d e g h i k l m n o p q r s t u v w x z
IPA a b t͡ʃ d e g h i k l m n o p ʒ r s t u f w ʃ d͡z


Pronouns can be made masculine with -wer and feminine with -lar. It is unknown whether this can be applied to the first-person singular, third-person inanimate or impersonal pronouns, so the table below leaves those empty for the time being.

Epicene Masculine Feminine
1st person wi
2nd person di diwer dilar
3rd person (animate) zi ziwer zilar
3rd person (inanimate) ti
Impersonal vi
1st person win winwer winlar
2nd person din dinwer dinlar
3rd person (animate) zin zinwer zinwar
3rd person (inanimate) tin


Verbs are marked with -e (non-permanent) or -o (permanent), then with -s (present), -t (past) or -z (future). There is no infinitive or participle form of a verb.

Atlas English
Present wi cites I eat
I am eating
Past wi citet I ate
I was eating
Future wi citez I will eat
I will be eating
Conditional wi xat cites I would eat
Past conditional wi xat citet I would have eaten
Presumptive wi wen cites I might be eating
Past presumptive wi wen citet I might have eaten
Fututre presumptive wi wen citez I might eat
Imperative di zaz cites eat!
Jussive wi zaz cites may I eat


Atlas English
ve who
de ve what
eu ve when
ei ve where
wo ve how


0 wue 10 eke-wue 20 due-wue
1 eke 11 eke-eke 30 sae-wue
2 due 12 eke-due 40 voe-wue
3 sae 13 eke-sae 50 pie-wue
4 voe 14 eke-voe 60 zue-wue
5 pie 15 eke-pie 70 ste-wue
6 zue 16 eke-zue 80 ute-wue
7 ste 17 eke-ste 90 nie-wue
8 ute 18 eke-ute
9 nie 19 eke-nie
100 eke-xae
500 pie-xae
1,000 eke-kae
1,500 eke-pie-xae
5,000 pie-kae
10,000 eke-wue-kae
100,000 eke-xae-kae
1,000,000 eke-mae
1,000,000,000 eke-kae-mae
1,000,000,000,000 eke-mae-mae


Atlas English
Hia! Hello!
Cia! Goodbye!
Sahe bani! Good morning!
Noce bani! Good night!
Di esses wo ve? How are you?
Al-name de di essis ve? What's your name?
Al-name de wi essis... My name is...
Hai. Yes.
Nai. No.
Wi aixis di. I love you.