I decided Ori needs more nouns declensions. 😛
So here are two new celestial class declensions.
2nd declension (celestial)
These nouns often end in -n or -m.
Btw, the -∅ symbol in linguistics means ‘null’ or ‘nothing’. So that means the nom. sg. forms don’t add a suffix.
Using Calcurassen’s name as an example (in the singular, of course–there is only one of the God of Justice):
Calcurassen ryintat trulali ‘Calcurassen drinks wine’
Ti-clespes Calcurasseni astere lya. ‘Calcurassen’s jewel is bright’
Murlinis Calcurassene iyuru ‘A raven sees Calcurassen’
Hensapya Calcurassena maroi cyan ‘I gave praise to Calcurassen’
Calcurassenul minim cyan nalemapya peli. ‘By means of Calcurassen, I was able to find justice’
Hestinyal Calcurassenul lya. ‘Hope lies with Calcurassen’
Oa, Calcurassene! Maropye tyeli abarig! ‘Oh, Calcurassen! Give us blessings.’
The next declension is also for celestial nouns–most of these ending in vowels.
3rd celestial declension
Ti-hembe lilya rya. ‘The body of fresh water is small’ (Note that ‘small’ still agrees with embe–it just uses a different celestial (nom sg. suffix, the one from the very first celestial declension I introduced, which is -ya rather than -∅.)
Culleryal caben bellu. ‘The expanse of the world is wide’
Gilupye yalutyin tatyin ti-trahellet ‘Turn your eyes to the meteor shower’
Ok, you get the idea. 🙂