Tushı chảq bı, pảq sa gỉ cháq da.
“For each day, something good is part of that day.”
It is also a tonal language: it uses changes in pitch to distinguish grammatical meaning.
“(it) is inside”
It also tries to be simple, flexible, not too unnatural, and cares about its aesthetics and human speakers. It's about halfway between “artlang” and “loglang” in conlang-space.
Nhu, enı, nỏqmıeq súq sa shỉ nỉ dủaobıu shou.
“Anyway, here, taste one of these donuts.”
Or you can hop into a random page on this wiki.
Chỏaq súq míy jĩajuı ba! (Be our guest soon!)
Facts for linguists
- Toaq is analytic (features no inflection), and much of the vocab is compounds of single-syllable roots.
- Word order is VSO, and the language is head-initial.
- The phonology features a 6-vowel system with diphthongs and triphthongs, but no consonant clusters.
- The phonotactics are basically: “consonant–vowels–(optional /ŋ/ coda)”.
- It is usually written in a Latin orthography, but there is also an official script called Hoelai.
Facts for conlangers
Toaq takes inspiration from Gua\spi and Lojban. Comparing the aesthetics to natural languages, there's a bit of Chinese, Thai, and Vietnamese. To a lesser extent, there are traces of Toki Pona and Ithkuil in the community vocabulary.