Zekian Language (Varseios ust Zekia)

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Nouns

noun is a word that names a person, plaace, thing, quality, condition, or emotion.  


Examples

amere: friend (person) 

viveiot: church (place)

blas: grass (thing)

afid: life (condition)

belice: kindness, benevolence (quality)

ame: friendly love (emotion) 


Gender of a Noun
Personal nouns (nouns that refer to people) have three genders: masculine, feminine, and ziese (neutral [literally, "not in a group"]).

Masculine nouns refer to male or masculine persons. 

The word amero refers to a male friend (literally, "male one who loves.")

Feminine nouns refer to female or feminine persons.

The word amera refers to a female friend.

Ziese (or neutralnouns refer to a group of people in the plural form if the group consists of both males and females or to any person of a class or to an object or animal without gender.

The word amereii means "friends," and it implies that there are both male and female friends. 

Vaze amereii galeii. I know many friends.

Amere means "friend," and it is used to talk about a friend in general. 

Amere amel zu. A friend loves you.

Objects only have neutral gender.

Blas von jovo. Grass (a  thing) is green. Blas has no certain gender. It is neutral. 

Notice that masculine nouns end in -o, feminine nouns in -a, and neutral nouns in -e or a consonant in singular form; in plural form masculine nouns end in -oyeii, feminine nouns in -ayeii, and neutral nouns in -eyeii or -eii.

Number of a Noun 

The number of a noun is a form of a noun that represents the quantity of the person(s), animal(s), place(s), or object(s) that the noun names. Thre are two numbers of a noun: singular and plural.
singular noun represents one person, place, or thing. 
U zage varsel. A person speaks. Notice that the word zage is singular.
A plural noun represents two or more persons, place, or things.
Populeii varseli. Persons (or people) speak.
Some words are always used in the plural form. For example, the word pamdeii ("leg coveerings, pants") is always plural and so is clackeii ("glasses"). Swaveii ("money") is always plural.
Words naming qualities, conditions, and feelings are always singular. Ame ("love") is always singular. So is galomoupeii.