International Auxiliary Languages
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Tunipasa (tuniya "world" + pasa "language"; created in 2020) is a worldlang that uses only non-Romance languages to source its vocabulary and grammar.

The ten source languages are Arabic, Bengali, English, German, Hindi, Indonesian, Japanese, Mandarin, Russian and Swahili. They come from the ten most spoken languages of the world by total number of speakers, excluding Urdu (because of its similarity to Hindi) and the Romance languages.

Phonology[]

Tunipasa has 13 consonants and three vowels. The language has no voiced plosives, no voiced fricatives and no rhotics.

Consonants[]

Labial Alveolar Palatal Guttural
Nasal m n
Plosive p t tʃ <c> k
Fricative f s ʃ <x> h
Approximant w l j <y> (w)

Vowels[]

Front Back
Close i u
Open a~ɑ <a>

Diphthongs[]

-i -u
a- ai~ɑi <ai> au~ɑu <au>

Resources[]

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