Klubnarg

Native Name: Klubnargnof /qɫumnɑɚŋnof/

Klubnarg is a language spoken natively by the Klubnarg people of the moon, Mlofniag. Their home moon is the most powerful of the three Lunar Republics orbiting the gas giant, Megzorb (as it is called in Klubnarg). This humanoid species is known for their double-irises, which can rotate 360-degrees, and is thought to have evolved through cultural preference. Another unique trait of the Klubnarg is a special stone infused into their forehead at birth. This stone acts a symbol of ones familial and ancestral background (similar to a coat of arms) and can often act as an indicator of social status. This can often lead to prejudice and problems of social inequality; however, in modern Klubnarg society this is becoming less of a problem. They generally lack melanin and other pigmentation in their body, resulting in stark-white skin and hair, and yellow, sometimes red, irises.

They enjoy a rich history and traditions full of many holidays and other cultural customs, which can occasionally clash with their extreme technological and modern scientific developments. The Klubnarg are extremely level-headed and calm, and they value knowledge and curiosity above all else, treating the mind as a god and learning as the key to expanding the universe it can perceive, imagine, and create. They are also known throughout the Galaxy for having the best humor and the funniest jokes (even to the point of once making a Qaaran’atl official crack a smile). Their planetary-national dish is the ‘vorblrnelk’, a spherical dish similar to muffins. Interestingly, bird-like animals never evolved on Mlofniag. Instead, jellyfish-like creatures have filled their niches roaming the sky, and this has drastically shaped Klubnarg culture.

The language is typologically highly analytic with few inflections. It is primarily V-final.

  1. Phonology
  2. Writing System
  3. Basic Phrases
  4. Pronouns, Nouns, and Duplication
  5. Verbal Inflection and Auxiliary Verbs
  6. Passive and Active Voice
  7. El/Ek vs Nim/Nek
  8. Postpositions
  9. Relative Clauses
  10. Klubnarg Numbers
  11. Slang and Idiomatic Phrases
  12. Dictionary
  13. Literature and Translations