The Atlantean languages are spoken on the fictional world of Erd that I created a few years ago. I have developed many languages and dialects as you can see in this chart. Atlaans is the language that I have developed the most, but I have developed the older versions of the language as well.
Here is The Night’s Watch Pledge in Atlaans, Harbour Atlanten, Middle Atlantean and High Atlantean
Nach kom en nu meen vach begin
Es zou niet eenden bis meen tod
Ig zou ken zena haben
ken land haben, en ken kinder machen
Ig zou ken kron tragen en ken rum vinen
Ig zou leeven en sterven ouf meen stelung
Ig ar de sverd in de dunkel
Ig ar de vacher ouf de mouer
Ig ar de fouer das bren teen de koud
de lich das de dameren bring
de horn das de slaaperen oufvach
de zild das de landen fon manen shooz
Ig vidme meen leve en era su de nach vach
for dies nach en al de nach das kom
Nïxht kömath ïnth nü mïn wäxht bïgun
Ït shöll nuxht ïndan but mïn töth
Ixh shöll kïn wïf häban
kïn länd häban, ïnth kïn kundar mäxhan
Ixh shöll kïn krön tharägan ïnth kïn rüm wunan
Ixh shöll lïwan ïnth satärwan öv mïn satïllün
Ixh bin thars sawirth un thars thünkal
Ixh bin thön wäxher öv thil möhar
Ixh bin thars föhar that barinath thïn thil köth
thars luxht that thil dämmärun barinath
thars hörn that thïn salaparen övwäxh
thars shuld that thïn länden vön mänen shötath
Ixh wudminï mïn lïva ïnth irä shü thil nïxht wäxht
vör this nixht ïnth all thïn nixhten that köman
Noyxht koman oynth nu moyn waxht boygoenath
Oyd zholl noexht oyndan boed moyn doth
Oyxhe zholl goyn woyv havan
goyn land havan, oynth goyn goender maxhan
Oyxhe zholl goyn gron thragan oynth goyn roym woenan
Oyxhe zholl loyvan oynth satarvan ov moyn satoyllun
Oyxhe boyn san sawoyrth oen thil thunkal
Oyxhe boyn thil waxhar ov thil mohar
Oyxhe boyn san fohar thad broynath thoyn thil goth
san loexht thad thil damaroen broenath
san horn thad thars salaparen ovwaxh
san zhoeld thad thars landen von manen zhodath
Oyxhe woedmoin moin loyva oynth oyra zhu thil naxht waxht
vor thoys naxht oynth all thoyl naxhten thad koman
Nocatan cumat ont ni mon wacatul pocenath
Ote sullat necat ontan pet mon totha
Oce sullo con woful hafan
con landan hafan, ont con cenderen macan
Oce sullo con crunan thracan ont con roma wenan
Oce sullo lofan ont satarfan mon satoline
Oce pon sanasaworatha sanathincen
Oce pon thelewacata tholomuharanen
Oce pon sanafuhara that paronath thon thelecuthol
sanalecata that theledamarenul paronath
sanahoran that tholosalaparen ufwacan
thonosheltan that thololanden maneno shutam
Oce wetmono mon lofa ont ora thelenacata wacato
thosonacata ont all tholonacatena that cuman
Night gathers and now my watch begins.
It shall not end until my death.
I shall take no wife.
Hold no lands, father no children.
I shall wear no crowns and win no glory.
I shall live and die at my post.
I am the sword in the darkness.
I am the watcher on the walls.
I am the fire that burns against the cold.
the light that brings the dawn.
the horn that wakes the sleepers.
the shield that guards the realms of men.
I pledge my life and honor to the night’s watch,
for this night and all the nights to come
French was largely influenced by the Celtic language Gaulish which was spoken in France before the Romans arrived. It is also part of the reason French sounds so different to the other Romance languages. Another reason for this is because it was influenced by the Germanic language Franconian which lead to Dutch, Flemish and Afrikaans.
I made this video with an awesome app called ditty. It allows you to type in some text and it generates a video for you. So what I did is write a bunch of pick up lines that I came up with and then generated videos based on pick up lines I came up with. What do you guys think? 😀
A sprachbund are languages that are not descended from the same older language (and thus not genetically related), yet they have affected each other a lot because of their close proximity to each other. There are sprachbunds all over the world as many languages have interact with each other in border areas or where two or more languages are used.
A clitic is something that gets added to a word. A morpheme is a technical term for a word. It is used to define a unit of meaning in a language. Morpheme can be a word but it doesn’t have to be. In agglutinative languages, morphemes are added together into a single word, whereas in analytic languages morphemes tend to be separate words.
Steve the Vagabond was responsible for the Second Great Cheesecake War on Erd, where Atlaans is spoken. It lead to a great migration where Atlanteans left for all corner of the globe. It is the main reason Atlantean is spoken all around the world on Erd.
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I love it when people deconstruct sayings like this. We use and hear these expressions all the time and very often we don’t even stop to think about where they come from or how silly they sound. Next time you hear an expression, take a moment to think about what the words actually mean and maybe look up the origin. I am sure it will be an interesting read 🙂
The world Atlaans is spoken in was created by me to have a place where things work slightly differently. There are many people in our world that want to deny the true origin of languages and say silly things like English comes from Hebrew and is the mother of language. Well, I made a world where all languages do come from a single source called Atlantean, which is called Atlaans in one of the Atlantean dialects. #AtlaansConfirmed
Learning a language that is not spoken much outside of its country can be a very tough endeavour. One of the difficulties that you can encounter when learning a language is lack of resources. For languages like Spanish, French and German, there is no lack of resources. But it can be hard to find newspapers, magazines and dictionaries for smaller languages.
In this video you can see someone explain what a retro encabulator is. It’s all made up. All the technical terms are just meant to sound technical, and one thing I can say, it definitely works! This is the engineering version of the “dihydrogen monoxide” prank