Podlachian microlanguage

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Podlachian
Native speakers
~45,000
Latin
Language codes
ISO 639-3
GlottologNone

Podlachian language (Pudlaśka mova) is a microlanguage of Belarusians, Poles and Poleshuks which live in Podlachia. It was founded on speech and dialects of Podlachia by enthusiasts like Jan Maksymiuk and Alexander Maksymiuk.

Alphabet[edit]

Podlachian Latin alphabet
A a B b Ć ć Č č D d (Dz dz) (Ď ď) (E e) (Ê ê) (F f)
G g H h Ch ch I i (Iê iê) J j K k L l Ł ł M m
N n Ń ń O o (Ô ô) P p Q q R r S s Ś ś Š š
T t Ť ť U u V v W w X x Y y Z z Ź ź Ž ž
Explanation
Ć - [t͡sʲ]; Č - [t͡ʃ]; Ď - [dʲ]; Ê - [ɨ ~ e],  - [i ~ e]; Ch - [x]; Ł - [l]; Ń - [nʲ]; Ô - [u ~ o]; Ś - [sʲ]; Š - [ʃ]; Ť - [tʲ]; V - [v]; Ź - [zʲ]; Ž - [ʒ];

The letters q, w, x using only in foreign names (Quebec, Quentin, Wellington, Winston, Xanadu, Matrix), and digraphs using for record geographical names from Polish and Belarusian languages.

Literature[edit]

  • Jan Maksimjuk, Čom ne po-svojomu? Elementrz podlaski z objaśnieniami. (Чаму не на сваёй мове? Падляскі буквар з тлумачэньнямі для дарослых.) — Biłostôk: Struha Editions, 2014.

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