The Language of Whispers (Working Name) – Working Phoneme Set
The Language of Whispers has what we can call Liturgical Whispers, a working language used for texts and ceremonies, as well as at least three modern dialects: Heretical, Rebel, and Institutional, which include some phoneme shifts in each.
This may not be a complete list, as it only has
22 11 consonant sounds and 5 vowel sounds. But it’s a start.
I based the set off of a gibberish language I’ve used from time to time.
ssuhssuh nuhbahr nuhchuh nihbah nuh sseedush…
Added a couple when I made it a table; they’re in bold. Dialectical differences are in parentheses.
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