Waf yeb norp'na Wakabewafow, do'zyf Awef ewafow

Wakabewafow zop ywob'hakn (Deskord)! Keh'ek sey waf Wakabewafowuzfek abek, wa'pay'hud fe'abfek abek!

The Pencil Alphabet

The Pencil Language (yeb wakab kef-waf or more commonly wakabewafow) is a very, very, very old language which is widely used. It was created by the awef'na and uses a 16 character alphabet.

Apostrophes/dashes can be used to join prefixes/suffixes to regular words. This happens a lot.

The letter for "k" can also be pronounced as a "g".

The letter for "e" can also be pronounced as an "i".

The letter for "h" can also be pronounced as a "l".

Note: To use the font for the language on the wiki, type in "<span class='pencil'>[text]</span>" to produce Pencil Language text.


Consonant sounds:

Bilabial Labio-Dental Alveolar Post-Alveolar Palatal Velar Phrayngeal Glottal
Plosive /p/, /b/ /d/ /k/, /g/ /ʔ/
Nasal /n/ /ɲ/
Fricative /ɸ/ /s/ /ʃ/ /ħ/ /h/
Lateral Fricative
Approximant /w/ /ɹ/ /j/ /w/
Lateral Approximant /l/


Front Central Back
Close /i/ /u/
Open-Mid /ɛ/
Open /a/ /ɑ/, /ɒ/

The Pencil Language used to not have a definite syllable structure, although now the syllable structure is (C)(C)CV(C)(V)(C)(C) (this only applies to root words, conjugated words and/or compound words do not follow this).

The largest consonant cluster allowed in The Pencil Language is CCC.

The consonant "w" must not touch any other consonant (when words are conjugated this rule does not apply).

Liquids are allowed to follow consonants, and consonants are allowed to follow liquids. In the central dialects, consonants cannot follow /ɹ/.

/ɲ/ cannot be at the end of a word.

Allowed Consonant Clusters

Here is a list of viable consonant clusters. '(C)' will be used to mark any consonant except for w.










Changes in Pronunciation

If 'w' comes after a vowel, the vowel sound will be changed and 'w' will change to /l/ (except for "ow", in which 'w' will be silent). "ew" is not allowed.

aw = /ɑl/

'ow' = /oʊ/

'iw' = /il/

'uw' = /ul/

If 'y' comes after a vowel, the vowel will be pronounced longer.

If 'h' is at the end of a word, it will make the /ħ/ sound.

The consonant cluster "bf" is pronounced as /pf/.


The Pencil Language's sentence structure is SVO.

The Pencil Language uses the nominative-accusative alignment.

Adjectives, Adverbs, and Descriptive Nouns

Adjectives and adverbs all go before the thing they're describing, and adverbs behave like adjectives.

For descriptive nouns, a copula, "fen", is prefixed onto the descriptive noun, and the copula acts as the verb. For descriptive nouns that are described with an adjective, the copula "fen" will go onto both the adjective and the descriptive noun.

Definite and Indefinite Article

The definite article is an infix, "yeb", which can pretty much be inserted anywhere in the word as long as it follows the phonotactics. If the phonotactics do not allow "yeb" to be inserted within the word, "yeb" will become a prefix, and if the phonotactics don't allow that either, "yeb" will be broken off of the word entirely and go before the word. The indefinite article is unmarked; for example, "kef" can both mean "creature" and "a creature".


Adjectives and nouns will agree on person (if the noun has person marking). This agreement is extremely simple, with the noun's person marking also going on the adjective and also maybe being modified to obey the phonotactics.

Case Marking

Here are the cases their case markers:

-(')ow = passive voice

-(w)op = locative/genitive case

-(')ol = instrumental case

-(w)of = dative case

-(n)osga = roughly translates to "into"

-(w)ek = nominative case

-(a)fef = accusative case

-(b)ef = used to mark indirect objects and/or nouns not very relavant to the sentence/phrase

-(w)uw = intransitive verb marker

Nominative and Accusative Case

The nominative and accusative case are very important as they form the basis for The Pencil Language's person marking. The nominative case goes on the subject while the accusative case goes on the object. If the phrase/sentence does not have a subject and/or an object, the person marking disappears. If nouns are inflected for something other than person marking or are joined to a larger word, the person marking disappears (with the exception of inflecting for number).

Locative And Genitive Case

The locative case and genitive case are marked with the same suffix, -op. However, the location of the possessor/"locator" relative to the patient determines if the -op is the locative case or the genititve case. If the possessor/locator comes before the patient, it is genitive case, and if the possessor/locator comes after the patient, it is locative case.

For example, "probop kefeefek" = "a verse's civilization", "kefeefek probop" = a civilization within a verse". As you can see, swapping between the two cases changes the roles of the patient and the possessor/locator in the phrase/sentence.

Habitual Case

Habitual case is expressed through a "joiner", which is 'e'. The joiner can be prefixed onto a verb to show that the verb usually happens and a noun can be prefixed onto the joiner to specify which thing is doing the action. During this process, the person marking on the noun will disappear.

For example, "kanuw" = intransitive form of see, "ekanuw" = to usually see, and "prowekanuw" = thing that usually sees/thing that sees/seer. The 'e' joiner in conjunction with a verb and a noun can be used to show that the noun is the agent of the phrase/sentence (the passive voice indicator, "-ow", can be used to negate this and turn the noun into the patient).

In order to show the object of the phrase, the object is simply added after the word and the intransitive verb suffix is removed. For example, "prowekanuw" = "thing that sees"; "prowekan kef" = "thing that sees a creature". The person marking is removed even though a subject and an object are within the sentence. You can also specify how the action is performed via adding another word after the object and the instrumental case is added to the end of it.

Dative Case


The Pencil Language has 3 aspects: imperfective, perfective, and another imperfective for instantaneous verbs in which the action keeps happening.

Wul- = perfective aspect

Apwul- = imperfective aspect

Wulapwul- = imperfective aspect for instantaneous verbs that keep happening

In order to negate aspects, you add a new negator, "an-", to it.





In order to show that one thing causes another thing, you use the joiner "o" (refer to the "Habitual Case" section for info on joiners). Just like the 'e' joiner, the noun is prefixed onto the joiner and the verb that the noun causes is suffixed onto the joiner. For example, "



Note: This language uses a base 16 system.

Holk = number, Apholk = negative number

Holkin = add, Holkfrak = subtract, Holkanb = multiply, Holk'lown = divide, Holk'anb'ek = exponentiate, Holk'lown'ef = logarithm, Holk'anb'keek = factorial, Holk'kin'keek = summate, Holk'hud = equal

Sha = 0, Ba = 1, Na/Bo= 2, Ban/Be = 3, Bad = 4, Bas = 5, Baf = 6, Baw/Buf = 7, Gak = 8, Geb = 9, Grob = 10, Ges = 11, Gapk = 12, Gusnf = 13, Golp = 14, Dapf = 15, Wekn = 16, Wekn'ba = 17, Wekn'na = 18


Na'wekn = 32, Ban'wekn = 48, Bad'wekn = 64


Grosh = 256, Bo'grosh = 512, Wekn'grosh = 4096, Grosh'grosh = 65,536


Gawak = 16,777,216, Na'gawak = 33,554,432, Wekn'gawak = 268,435,456, Bo'wekn'gawak = 536,870,912, Grosh'gawak = 4,294,967,296, Gawak'gawak = 281,474,976,710,656


Gafek = infinity/infinite, An'gafek = finite

Alphabet Order/Names

Alphabet = Edadok


E, A, O, U, K, B, P, D, N, F, S, SH, H, W, R, Y


Ed, Ad, Od, Ud, Ko, Bo, Po, De, Ne, Fye, Sye, Shye, Hi, Wu, Ra, Yi

Simple words/Misc. Words

Lop = used as a neutral response to something

Weshef = hello/hi, Shafn = goodbye/bye

Yeb = the, Yob = this/these, Yoy = that, -n = can, Pay = do/be, Ferp = be, Do'ferp = became

Yok = other

Siy = and/with

Op = yes/positive, Ap = no/not/negative, Ep = neutral/maybe

Op'ek = of course, Ap'ek = of course not

Kop = in/on/into/are in, Afn = out/off/out of

Lod = Who, Fefn = When, Bed = What, Shud = Where, Shefn = Why/reason, Yof = How

Shosh = here, Shash = there

Nok = from

Krof = for, Shof = to

Efek = than/compare/compared to

Ush = if

Shap = but

Hash = because

Fek = ever

Boos'op = always, Boos'ap = never

pah = or

Prow'ba = only

Hud = same, Hud'ef = similar, Hud'ap = different

Efep = less, Ekep = more

apulosga = towards

osgawop = through



Ad = me/I, Ab = you, Ko'ab = he/him, Ke'ab = she/her, Fe'ab = it, Ad'na = we/us, Ab'na = them/they


Ko'kef = male, Ke'kef = female, Fe'kef = any another gender

other nouns

Kef = creature/organism, Wrik = animal, Kinf = plant

Wosh = object

Yef = life/live/alive, Pay'yef = live, Shef = death/die/dead, Pay'shef = die

Prow = thing

Asob = level

Yawk = nothing/none

Yiwk = portion/section/some

Yowk = whole/every/all

Shudeef = location

Yenk = any

Sug = solid, Shug = liquid, Sheg = gas, Shag = plasma

Yoln = heat/hot, Apyoln = cold, Yolnef = warm

Bisheg = name, Pay'bisheg = to name/named/known as

Eef = place/area, Sug'eef = land, Shug'eef = sea/ocean

Prow'dodsh = shadow

Gol'prow = mind/brain/idea

Gol'prow'skep = imagination/imagine

Eepk'ha = strength/power

Hiwf/Show = chaos, Howf/Swen = order (as in the opposite of chaos)

Kef'eef'ef = group/species

Yoln'pab = thermal energy, Bok'pab = mechanical energy, Penf'ef'pab = chemical energy, bek'boos'wib'pab = gravitational energy

Bok'ap'fewg = electricity

Keek = order (as in sequence)/list, Bfee = [same meaning as "keek" but it is mainly used in things related to cosmology]

Pay'pay'prow = mirror

Drosn = question, Gil'waf = answer

Feek = embodiment/representation

Wop = chance

Nop = future, Od = past

Raf = limit

Kleb = amount

Frek = size

Deg = symbol

Yef'eef = house/home

Eba/Key/Swesh/Eno = balance/equilibrium

Lepk = dot (not the shape)

Shakngak'waf = an alternate name for The Pencil Language, very roughly translates to "The language of the orange planet"

Ara = concept/abstraction/abstract/conceptual

Len = type/style

Yken = easy

Ykon = normal (between easy and hard)

Ykan = hard (difficulty)

Erezw = normal (as in common)

Wekef = about (as in the phrase "this is about the pencil language")

Osake = path/road, Osakek = highway

Keyok = mountain/hill, Kehek = hole, Probkehek = portal/wormhole, Kehekehoonul = door

Edok = cycle

Shasrodok = day (derived from Shagak'asrob'edok)

Ded'shasrodok = daytime, Dodsh'shasrodok = night

Geel = process, Geeyiwk = step, Bageeyiwk = direct, Yiwkekeeyiwk = indirect

Angilowuw wafagaf = secret

Krepofek = center/The Enormous

yop = information

skak = energy field (field of mass radiated off by objects)

prashef = weapon

prashaskeh = a type of weapon which utilizes massless particles

Yechag = The Wall

prokyubol = expedition, journey, exploration

lugyokna = mathematics

lugewafna = linguistics

lugibek = geography (of space)/astronomy

lugilaf = study

yepk = prolonged survival

cha = planet/large space rock

kyepkog = collection of things/galaxy

dap = strategy/tactic

yahap = empire


Dob = fight, Dofn = battle, Dofn'ek = war

Kef'shef = kill, Kef'yef = save

Shyf = create/make, Kryf = destroy

Bok = move, Bok'ef = slow, Bok'ek = fast

Sor = go, Sar = come,

Foh = eat/consume/drink

Frah = grow, Freh = shrink

Naw = take/bring, Apnaw = give

Naw'ek = keep/to keep

Kan = see/sight/watch/look, Fesnf = hear/hearing/listen/sound, Kron = feel/touch/smell/taste

Hoon = change/edit/modify, Shrun = revert/undo

Rep (rapx) = have/has/of

Yig (= stop/prevent, Fwek = allow

Ek'prob = contain/have, Ef'prob = contained by

Boprof = enter (a physical thing), Aboprof= exit/leave, Ays = return

Gil = know/known, Ap'keh = unknown/do not know, Gon = understand

Gol = think/focus

Rop = happen

Pay'gol'shef = scare

Pagosh = scare (short)

Pay'keh = upgrade/improve, Pay'keh'ef = downgrade/worsen

Pon = want/want to/intend to, Poyef = need

Kryf'ef = damage, Kef'yef'ef = fix/repair

Gool = use/uses

Pay'hud = join

Pay'pay = reflect

Fepofn = ask

Weer = like, Wafn = dislike, Weer'ek = love, Wafn'ef = hate

Pay'weer = help

Bok'prow = orbit

Krol = separate, Leral = unite/bring together

Payrop = cause, Hash'pay'rop = affect

Lerk = mine/extract/take out

Sholg = attack/invade, Piyeg = defend

Yapk = conquer

Osgayash = fail/lose, Osgaskeb = succeed/win, Payosgayash = defeat

Wog = define, Wogef = describe

Kesnf = levitate/fly

Kayub = find/discover

Borop = collide/touch/meet/transitive form of "move"

Pag = work/labor

Panef = force, Pepk = control/have power over

Lafn = expel/drive out, Kefelafn = deport

Lashyf = emit

Lan = compose

Skebaf = to lie

Ilkefkryfef = to torture

Dopf = believe

Reskak (rapxskah) = radiate off (mass)

skeh = warp

skefes = (synonym with hoon)

lugil = learn/achieve

pekreh = protect

ochek = to isolate


Yesh/Kseb (traditional version)= good/great, Kor/Yash (traditional version) = bad/evil

Fref = small, Krek = big

Shub = old, Yub = new

Skop = real/actual/actually, Skep = fake/virtuald

Ded = bright/light, Dodsh = dark/darkness

Opub = early, Rug = late

Oded = red, Shakn = orange, Krapk = yellow, Nond = green, Swepk = blue, Yagfn = purple, Akfa = white, Pes = black, Pes'akfa = gray, Shakn'pes = brown, Shakn'akfa = peach (color), Nepeek = gradient, Oded'shakn'nepeek = red-orange gradient, Ded'prow = color

Yiwk'ef = few, Yiwk'ek = many/much

Gil'ek = smart/knowledgable/advanced, Gil'ef = dumb/stupid/basic

Gafek'boos = eternal/eternity

Gol'shef = terror, Gol'shef'gaf = terrifying/scary/frightening

Eepk = strong/powerful

Ap'eepk = weak/vulnerable

Prob'frob'shyf = natural

Kef'shyf = artificial

Wayb = sacred/divine

Freew = thin/narrow, Froow = thick/wide

Fedeh = easy, Gakaf = medium/average, Hebek = hard/difficult/challenging

Wop'ek = lucky, Wop'ef = unlucky

Dolk = weird

Aweln = perfect, Befn = imperfect

Fas = complex, Hig = simple

Pef = deep, Ap'pef = shallow

Asag = native, Heeyg = alien

Golprapeepk = demoralized

Angilowuw = secret

shog = to go around/orbit (archaic)

doh = long ago

pechawowuw = isolated


Yoyl = happy/joyful/more general word for positivity/interjection used to convey happiness

Frash = sad/more general word for negativity/interjection used to convey sadness

Yafn = mad/angry/interjection used to convey anger

Yafek = used as a curseword (it's best not to say this to someone who can understand The Pencil Language)

Grub = interjection used to convey disappointment/boredom

Yakf = annoyed/annoying


Waf = talk/speak/say/tell/spoken, Kwaf = write/written

Hakn = conversation

(Prow)ewafow = language, Ekwafow/Kyebwaf = script (as in something that is written)

Wafiwkef = letter/character/symbol, Wafiwk = word, Wafiwkek = sentence, Pay'wafiwk = verb, Prow'wafiwk = noun, Fen'wafiwk = adjective,

Gol'waf = pronounce/pronounces/pronounced as

Boos'ba waf'yiwk = prefix, Boos'gafek waf'yiwk = suffix

Kef prow'waf'yiwk = pronoun

Deef'waf = alphabet, Dreg'waf = logographic script, Dopl'waf = featural script

Shofewafow = translate, Shofewafow fesnf = transliterate


Kef'eef = government, Pay'kef'eef = govern/rule/rule over

Howf'prow = law

Hiwf'kef'eef = anarchy

Ba'kef'eef = dictatorship/totalitarian government

Kef'eef'ek = country/nation/civilization

Bosek = flag, Basek = coat of arms/regional symbol

Short versions

Hopruk = law, Heprok = anarchy

Kefef = government

Bakeef = dictatorship, Bopeef = democracy

Kefek = country/nation

Kepok = state/province

Kafak'ek = big city/metropolis (like New York), Kafak = city/town, Knak = village

Kafak'eekef = municipality/county

Eekef = territory

Kopeefk = enclave (word derives from kop'kef'eef'ek, meaning inside country)

Ekekopek = enclave exclave (an exclave totally surrounded by another country, word derives from eigl'ed'kopeefk, meaning other enclave)

Afekeek = exclave (word derives from afn'kef'eef'ek, meaning out of country)


Kywod = cosmology

Boos'ba'wab = Primordium Particle, Kor'boos'ba'wab = Primordium Omega, Yowk'boos'ba'wab = Primordium Delta, Yesh'boos'ba'wab = Primordium Alpha, Pay'pay'boos'ba'wab = Primordium Sigma

Holk'fref'sha = Heck, Bo'holk'fref'sha = Hecc, Be'holk'fref'sha = Hekk, etc.

Nwok = Protoverse

Brep'ef = Uqraek Fiber

Brep = Cosmic String

Feed = quark

Fewg = subatomic particle, Op'fewg = proton, Ep'fewg = neutron, Ap'fewg = electron

Penf'ef = atom

Penf = molecule

Abka = meteor, Esbka = meteorite

Asrob = moon/satellite

You can also join meteor to planet ranks with 'asrob. for example: Asrob'esyob = moon of a dwarf planet (example: Dysnomia (Eris), and Charon (Pluto)), Asrob'asrob = moon of a moon.

Ysob = planet, Esyob = dwarf planet

Shagak = star

Kyshok = black hole, Akfa'kyshok = white hole

Kyad = galaxy

Eshykad = supercluster

Prob = -verse

Ba'prob = Universe, Bo'prob = Multiverse, Be'prob = Megaverse

... Bfee'prob = Archverse

Gafek'prob = Omniverse

Be'skep'prob = Metaverse, Bad'skep'prob = Xenoverse, Bas'skep'prob = Hyperverse

Frob = void, Shrob = dimension, Asyob = realm

Bek = space, Boos = time

Prob'frob = Cosmos

Shak = exist/existence, Sha'shak = nonexist (be in an Existence Rank of 0), Bo'shak = be in an Existence Rank of 2), ..., Ap'ba'shak = be in an Existence Rank of -1, etc. Yawk'shak = not have an existence rank/do not exist/not exist

Shak'asob = Existence Rank

Gafek'gafek'prob = The Box

Norp = god, Wakef = demigod

Wush = sky

Yesh'asyob = heaven, Kor'asyob = hell

Wib = mass

Bek'boos = spacetime

bek'boos'wib = gravity

Wab = matter/particle, Pab = energy

Prow'prow'ek = hierarchy


Kos = shape, Shrob'lepk = point, Ba'shrob kos = line, Bo'shrob ba'kos = circle, Bo'shrob bo'kos = half-circle, Bo'shrob be'kos = triangle, etc.

Be'shrob ba'kos = sphere/ball, Be'shrob bo'kos = half circle, Be'shrob bad'kos = tetrahedron, Be'shrob baf'kos = cube, etc.

Noop = distance, Noop'ek = long/far/distant, Noop'ef = short/near/close (as in opposite to far)

Ba'noop = length, Bo'noop = width, Be'noop = height, Bad'noop = trength, etc.

Keo = convex

Skeo = concave

Nkop = full

Kopn = hollow


Ba'noop'ba = forwards/front, Ba'noop'bo = backwards/back

Bo'noop'ba = left, Bo'noop'bo = right

Be'noop'ba = down/below, Be'noop'bo = up/high/above, etc.


Bohnk = translate (in geometry)

Posnf = rotate

Wohnk = reflect (in geometry, not the same as pay'pay)

Pay'yub'frek = resize, enlarge

Rafay = truncate

Dekon = dual

Yope = rectify


Bok'ap'fewg = electricity

Bofewg = electricity (shortened)

Ywob = technology

Dsek = automatic

Dsek'ywob = robot

Dsek'ywob'kwaf = bot commands

Ywob'kwaf'hakn = text chatting (example: Discord text channels)

Ywob'waf'hakn = voice chatting (example: Discord voice channels)

Bok'ywob = automobile

Kesnf'ywob = spaceship


Penof = atom, Penf = molecule

Hanook = element

Hanook'ba = hydrogen, Hanook'bo = helium, Hanook'be = lithium...

Yonapk = radioactivity

Bonook = half-life (derives from Boos'hanook)

Keron = metal (generic word)

Karokn = alcaline metal

Korokn = alkaline earth metal

Kerokn = transition metal

Sokerokn = metalloid

Apkerokn = nonmetal

Shegakn = nobel gas

Yanakn = lantanides

Yonakn = actinides

Units of measurement


Just like the metric system, there are prefixes like kilo or milli. There are also these prefixes in Wakabewafow, but they are suffixes instead.

'swekp = 1/16^12

'nokl = 1/16^9

'bed = 1/16^6

'ruy = 1/16^3

'kod = 16^3

'dah = 16^6

'shad = 10^9

'akep = 10^12


Sok = unit of measurement

Wersek = length unit, equivalent to ~3.855 meters. Sometimes abbreviated to ws.

Wersek'kod = ~15.79 kilometers, or 163 wersek'na, Wersek'dah = ~64 676 kilometers, or 166 wersek'na, Wersek'shad = ~264 913 582 kilometers...

Wersek'ruy = ~0.941 millimeters, or 16-3 wersek'na, Wersek'bed = ~229 nanometers, Wersek'nokl = ~56 picometers.

Dawab = time unit, equivalent to ~5.19 seconds.

Awed = area unit, equivalent to 1 wersek². Sometimes abbreviated to ws² or ef.

Baowibok = weight unit, equivalent to about 3726 newtons. Sometimes abbreviated to bk.

Wibok = mass unit, equivalent to about 71.82 kilograms. There is also the Kiok, used for weighting lighter prows, equivalent to 1/16th of a Wibok (about 4.49 kg). They are sometimes abbreviated wb and kk, respectively.

Family tree

Nedop = parent, Ko'nedop = father, Ke'nedop = mother

Funoln = brother (no gender), Ko'funop = brother, Ke'funop = sister

Yabolp = child, Ko'yabop = son, Ke'yabop = daughter

Nedoln'nedop = grandparent, Ke'nedoln'ke'nedop = grandma (mother's branch)

Ke'nedop'ko'funop = aunt (father's branch)

Yabolp'funoln'nedop = cousin

Phrases/idioms/Rules of the language

"yeb frahash fen shosh" = we are going to lose

"yeb wakab fen shosh" = we are going to win

"sor Yeb Afka Asyob" = very far away/too far

"sor Yeb Pes Asyob" = extremely far away/way too far

"from the white realm to the black realm" = everything

"da'sor Yeb Afka Asyob" = going to an relatively unknown place

"da'sor Yeb Pes Asyob" = going to a place nobody has gone to that has no info on it

"fe'ab'n ap'kan ad'na" = away from danger

"pay'shef kop yeb eshok" = used as a Pencil Language insult


Dof = before, Daf = after, Def = now

Boos'ba = first, Boos'bo = second, Boos'be = third, ... Boos'gafek = last/ultimate

Boos'gafek'keek = end/ending (as in the noun), Boos'ba'keek = start/beginning

Boos'ef = soon

Boos'ep = later


Wakab = pencil

Frahash = eraser

Wakaka = not funny

Kakawa = didn't laugh

Aakakaw = very funny

Awakak = laughed

Longest Word

Paypayboosbawabdoaposwewalhashpayrop = Primordium Sigma did not accidentally affect and it will never do it again (this "word" can technically function as an entire sentence)

Informal Pronunciation/Spelling

For people who want to add words to this language, first put it here and I'll decide whether to add it to the main section.

Note: There are a lot of words, so these words are unofficial until "approved", but make sure to not use letters that don't exist in pencil.

def'ba = one day

def'bo = two days

Eigl'ed = other

Nob'bak = into

Eb'bonl = outer, Fc'cpom = inner

Gbon'ish = technology

Gibonsh = fat

Gibonshan = not fat

hobwaner = cool hot dogs bro

Ip = unknown

Ap'ip = known

Shoy = and

Gobi = Semi (Prefix)

Hobin = Godly

Op'Hidede = countable

Ap'Hidede = uncountable

Gbon'Wrik = Robot

Helk = because (informal version)

Wekee = Wiki

Prob'frob'wekee = Cosmology Wiki

Shrob'wekee = All dimensions Wiki

Prob'wekee = Verse And Dimensions Wiki

Gil'ef'wekee = Beyond Universe Wiki

Bash'Be'noop'ba = below, Bash'Be'noop'bo = above.

Pa'k = entertainment

Pakd = game

Lerk'shyf'pakd = Minecraft

Gil'ef'pakd = Fortnite

Bok'ek'kos'pakd = Geometry Dash

Dolk'pakd = Roblox

Bad'kos'pakd = Tetris

Kokeffohko'noosh'ek = Homosexual/Gay

ys = ok (OK means Ol Korrect, meaning All Correct. YS is an abbreviation of Yowk Skop)


Directions aren't used by most TPL speakers, but used by 3D/4D TPL speakers.

Fewek = direction

Nar = up, Nor = left (1D up too), Ner = down, Nur = right (1D down too)

Rad = 3D up, Arad = 3D down

Setek = 4D up, Asetek = 4D down

Dokew = 5D up, Adokew = 5D down

Baf'fewek = 6D up, Baf'afewek = 6D down, etc

Hadop = length, Narop = width, Radop = height, Setekop = trength

RomaronzoTHEThingy's Extension That Adds Some Other Words


Cacatesch = Any type of Chex cereal; not referring to a specific type

Cacatesch'o = Rice Chex

Cacatesch'e = Corn Chex

Cacatesch'heah = Wheat Chex

Cacatesch'hundeunit = Honey Nut Chex

Cacatesch'choddidoccle = Chocolate Chex

Cacatesch'linnillyinnsas = Vanilla Chex

Cacatesch'chodd'illny = Chocolate and Vanilla Chex combined

cacatesch'cinisyesum = Cinnamon Chex

Cacatesch'boloteroteropero = Blueberry Chex

Cacatesch'nupeutersore = Peanut Butter Chex

Cacatesch'hyper = Chex Morning Party Mix

Cacatesch'ap = Apple Chex (only exists in the Chexverse)

Cacatesch'sartraw = Strawberry Chex (only exists in the Chexverse)

Cacatesch'mashrofflefoom = Marshmallow Chex (only exists in the Chexverse)


Oh'no'lerk'shyf'thighap = I'm about to die in Minecraft/I died in Minecraft

Yeek'now'eepemeet = YES AND NO AND MAYBE ALL AT THE SAME! (yes I did ad an e at one point when I realized it looked better)

RomaronzoTHEThingy's Elements

I will put these here as I make their pages, not as I make ADPT.

Mad'roke'ofoonoo = Addroptunium

Cerap'occ'detey = Xarponedium

Reffy'noffiff'foff'poff = Reckxstodosium

Merro'veery'op'oporph'orph = Merophore

Full pronunciation list

Single letters

a = /ɑ/ or /a/

b = /b/

d = /d/

e = /ɛ/

f = /ɸ/

g = /ɡ/

h = /h/ (/ħ/ when at the end of a word)

i = /i/

k = /k/

l = /l/

n = /n/

o = /ɒ/

p = /p/

r = /ɹ/

s = /s/

u = /u/

w = /w/

y = /j/

Multiple letters

aw = /ɑl/

ow = /oʊ/

iw = /il/

uw = /ul/

ay = /ɑː/ or /aː/

ey = /ɛː/

iy = /iː/

oy = /ɒː/

uy = /uː/

ss = /z/

ny = /ɲ/

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