Ас ƒłе гłомаłҫy (Az fre gromarzjy) /az fɹe gɹu:maɹʃy/ - я бы пошел
Ас мҩҫy мані ісі (Az mauzjy mani izi) /az mɔʃy ma:ni izi/ - хочу чтобы он пришел (я хочу его здесь)
Гłомаłҫy (Gromarzjy) /gɹu:maɹʃy/ - давайте пойдем/иди
Нелемьі мані (Nelemqi mani) /nele:mqi ma:ni/ - пусть идет (расковать его)
Не маłҫy (Ne marzjy) /ne maɹʃy/ - не иди
Гłо δемајт о вy маłҫy (Gro demajt o vy marzjy) /gɹu: demajt u: vy maɹʃy/ - да пребудет с вами сила (пусть сила идет рядом с тобой)
The Љиδис (Lluduz) /ɭʉ:dʉ:z/ is the most common of the social currencies, and as such the least valuable. A standard wad contains 30 Schools. While the social currencies are de facto legal tender, they cannot be converted into the other currencies that are de jure legal tender in Illte.
The Fомі (Fomi) /fu:mi/ is the second most common of the social currencies, and is about twice the value of a School. A standard wad contains 15 Children. While the social currencies are de facto legal tender, they cannot be converted into the other currencies that are de jure legal tender in Illte.
Note that Fumi is also a city in Illte, founded about 220 a.Q, and is the administration center of Fumi borough, which lies within Mezeqeuy high borough.
The Ьібłі (Qibri) /qibɹi/ is the rarest of the social currencies, and can be considered have thrice the value of a Children. A standard wad contains 5 Kiss. While the social currencies are de facto legal tender, they cannot be converted into the other currencies that are de jure legal tender in Illte.
Δотҫем зересеьі (Dotzjem cexezeqi) /du:t͡ʃem zexezeqi/ #lexember #conlang #Delang
The Зејѕѡҩ (Cejswau) /zejswɔ/, the Tax Money, is the governmentally issued currency. It has been de jure legal tender since King Zara first issued it in 394 a.Q, and has been a stable currency for more than 700 years. The government pay their employees in Tax Money, and demand a portion of all taxes to be payed in it too. The Tax Money is also used as salary for pupils attending public schools. It value is comparable to about 50USD.
(Relative genitive means that Delang consider this word to be part of the declination of another word)
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