Al Bakiyye Language

Al Bakiyye Grammar  and Literature Guide        2

Whats is the Al Bakiyye Language?        2

Main Features of Al Bakiyye Language        2

Al Bakiyye Alphabet and Writing System        3

Al Bakiyye Alphabet in Latin        6

Al Bakiyye Letter with Latin Letters        7

Grammar and Structural Properties        7

The Nouns (⥌ഥᒍર)        8

Conditions of Nouns        8

Adjectives        12

Comparative and superlative adjectives        12

Personal Pronouns        13

Marker, Definition, Articles        14

Sentences        14

TO BE        16

Modal Verbs        17

Passive Voice        17

Imperative Voice        17

Conjunctions        17

Prepositions        18

Time Expressions        19

Possessive Pronouns        20

Hours - Times        21

The Number        21

Adjective Clauses        22

Question pronouns        23

I Think        23

Infinitive Rules        24

Naming        24

Tense        24

Ya Rab’Ba Ni-yaz Divine Rules        26

Days- Г❞ᒍર        26

Months - I〟        27

Punctuation        27

Countries - Land and National        27

Colours ĊᎧ’ᓬ❞ГӬƝ        28

Al Bakiyye Literature        29

Gratitude journal        29

Yazlam (ᒍ ৬ᓬ૪) Literary softwriting        29

Damlahatname (‘ഥMᒍӬて@ЙM)        30

Al Bakiyye Grammar  and Literature Guide

This book has many infos and details about the Al Bakiyye Language which is artificial language from turkish languages. The main expression language is English. We will try to teach to you the Al Bakiyye language.

Whats is the Al Bakiyye Language?

Al Bakiyye is a artificial language. The origin of this language is ural-altay language family. It can be find many words from Turkish languages like Turkish, azerice, tatarca, uygurca, göktürkçe, kırgızca, türkmence, özbekçe, moğolca, osmanlıca etc. With out these there are many words from Persian and arabic too. This language is developed as adornment and beautification. We want to save the all beautiful words and rules. For that we developed this artificial language with besondere alphabet. ᒍ Ḷ⟓৬ (El Bakiyye) is written as “Al Bakiyye” in English or German. Many words are from Turkish languages, Persian and Arabic. Also there are many words from German, English, French, Mongol, Anatolian languages and concise Mesopotamian languages.

Beyond that this language is developed due to the creator wants so.

Al Bakiyye has got a special alphabet which has 65 letter. It has got also specific literatures; Damlahatname, Yazlam and gratitude journal.

There are 3 writing style of this language;

Al Bakiye (Husnu hat-ı bakiye) means “beautiful written language of immortality”. ৬ (i-yye) means belonging, loyalty. Also it can be used "bakisch" for the Al Bakiyye.

Main Features of Al Bakiyye Language

        For Example: Today we will go to school.

        Ḷ Г❞ ϢરƆ Г@⥌CĴБᓬ ᒍӬ ↓ØЭ.

        Reading: buguen werde gategegjbiz la oqqoul’a.

Al Bakiyye Alphabet and Writing System

Alphabet in Al Bakiyye means "웃MGᒍ↓” (Tamgaluq) or “∧БC” (Eabece)

Al Bakiyye Alphabet:

⥌ Ḷ Б C Ċ Ɔ ഥ ഥ' ᛠ 웃 Э ∧ Ƒ ౨ Г ૭’’ G Ǧ ԋ حا て で I ↾ ..↾  Ĵ ⟓ ⊲ Ø ᒍ ૪ M Ⱈ  Ɲ Й O ⧽ Ȫ П Ḻ ર મ ཞ Ӭ ≾ じ ๛ β ≾. Ұ Ꭷ Ꭷ’ Ꭷ’’ ⱱ ୨ Ϣ ৬ ᕴ ᓬ X ⥙ λ @ ↓ የ ჰŧ

Б

C

Ċ

Ɔ

ഥ'

Э

Ƒ

Г

૭’’

G

Aa

Bu

Bi

Ci

Çi

Di

Dıy

Zıy

Te

Tay

E

Ae

Ef

Fa

Ge

Gaf

Ğe

a

b

b

c

ç

d

ž

t

ţ

ě

æ

f

f

g

ɠ

ğ

Ǧ

ԋ

حا

I

.. ↾

Ĵ

Ø

M

Ɲ

Ğa

He

Hay

Ha

Ay

I

İy

Jey

Key

Kal

Kul

El

Lam

Em

Men

En

Ğ

h

h

h

kh

I

ı - i

i

j

k

q

l

l

m

m

n

Й

O

Ȫ

П

Ӭ

β

≾.

Ұ

O

Ol

Ö

Pi

Pa

Er

Ray

Riy

â

Es

Say

Sin

SS

Şay

ň

o

o

ö

p

p

r

r

ȑ

â

s

š

s

ß

ş

ş

Ꭷ’

Ꭷ’’

Ϣ

X

λ

@

ჰŧ

U

Ü

Ȗ

Vi

Vav

Wah

Ya

Yut

Zed

Aks

Nang

Nanç

Et

Ok

İst

u

ü

ȗ

v

v

w

y

ÿ

z

x

@

q

m

st

No

Hand – Figûrât Writing

Computer Writing

Reading

Vocal

Latin

Feature

  1. 1

A

A - E

A / E

  1. 2

با

با

Bu

Bu, Ba

B

Bold ba

Б

Б

Be

Be, Bi

B

Thin be, bi

C

C

Ci

Ci, Ce, Ca, Cu,

C

C letter

Ċ

Ċ

Çi

Çi, Çe, Ça, Çu

Ç

C with dot

Ɔ

Ɔ

Di

Di, De

D

Thin de, di

ط

Dıy

Dı, Da, Du, Do

D

Boldda, du

Dır, duy vb.

ظ

ഥ’

Zıy

Tze, ze

Z

Lisp ze, Tze

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/te-ti.png

Te

Te, Tö, Ti, Tü

T

Thin te

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/tay.png

Tay

Tay, ta, tu, to

T

Bold te

Э

Э

E (Açık)

E

ə

Open e

EA

EA

Æ

Ea, Ae, mix– long a

Ƒ

Ƒ

Ef

Ef, fe, fi

F

Thin fe

ف

Fa

Fa, fu, fo

F

Bold fa

Г

Г

Ge

Ge, gi, gü, gö

G

Thin flat ge

ق

૭’’

Gaf

Gaf, guf, gof, ga, gu, go

G

Bold ge

G

G

Ğ Yumuşak

ğe

Ğ

soft ge

Ğ

Ɠ.

Ğ Gırtlak

ğa

Ğ

Bold larynx ge

حا

حا

Hu

H

breath He,, hû

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/he.png

ԋ

He (Hemz)

He, hi,

H

Thin he

ح

Ha

Ha, ho, hu,

H

Bold ha

خ

Ha (kalın)

Ha, ho,

H

Hard Throat ha

I

I

Ay

Ay, ı,

I

Ay, I

İ

İ, i, ı

İ

Normal i – ı

..↾

..↾

İiy

İiyy

İ

Long thin  i

Ĵ

Ĵ

Jey

Je, jo

J

Normal j

Key

Ke, kü, key,

K

Thin ke

Kal

Ka, ko, ku

Q

Bold ka

Ø

Ø

Kul

Kul, ku,

Q

Thick sharp ka

ل

El

El, al, le, lu, li,la

L

Normal palate le

૪ 

Lam

Lam, la, lo

L

Highlighted harsh tone la

M

M

Em

Em, me, ma, mu

M

Normal me

ما

ما

Men

Men

M

Mn, men

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/en.png

Ɲ

En

En, ne, na, nu

N

Normal ne

Й

Й

Ñ

nasal ne, nu,nû

O

O

O

O

O

Normal o

Ö

Ö

Ö

Ö

Ö

Normal ö

П

П

Pi

Pi, pe

P

Thin pe

پا

Pa

Pa, pu,

P

Double Bold pe

Er

Er, r, ri, ar,

R

Thin re

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/ray.png

Ray

Ray, ra, ru, ro

R

Bold ra

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/ri-ri_yutkun.png

Riy

Ri,

R

swallow thin  re

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/es.png

Es

Es, as, se, si, sa

S

Normal se

پا

Say

Say, se

S

Lisp se

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/sin.png- ๛

Sin

Sin, se,sa

S

Sharp se,sa

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/es2.png

≾.

Eş, şe, şi,

Ş

Thin şe

Ұ

Ұ

Şay

Şay, şı, şu

Ş

Bold şa

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/u1.png- Ꭷ

U

U,

U

Normal u

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/u2.png- Ꭷ’

Ꭷ’

Ü

Ü,

Ü

Noktalı u, ü

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/u-sapka.png- Ꭷ’’

Ꭷ’’

Û

Û

Û

Capped û, long u

ⱱ 

Ve

Ve, vi

V

thin ve

و

Vav

Va, vu, vo

V

bold va

ѡ

Ϣ 

Wah

Wa, wo, we

W

wouble Ve, Wa

ي

Ya

Ya, ye, yü

Y

thin ye

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/yut.png

Yut

Yut, yo,

Y

Bold  ya

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/zed.png

Zed

Ze, zu, zü,

Z

Sharp ze

X

X

Aks

Aks, eks,iks,

X

İks, eks

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/nang.png

Nang

Ng, nang, nk,

Nasal ng, NG,

@

@

Et

Et, at

@

Et, at

Ok

Ok, uk,

Ok,

م

Mim mu

Mu, mim,

M

Mu, Question

Ӭ

Ӭ

Ä/Â

Ä/Â, ê, Ê â,

Ê,Â, Ä

Thin  a, e

Un

Un, on, ün, ön,

additional, filling on, on, ün

〟-

En

En, in,

additional, filling en, in

λ

λ

Nanç

ჰŧ

ŧ

İst

İst

IST

Other Sound and Letter Provisions:

 = Ӭ  

Û = Ꭷ’’

Ô = Ö

Î = ..↾

Ê = Э

Š = ثا/じ

Ž = ظ/ഥ’

Al Bakiyye Alphabet in Latin

BAKİYYE

LATİN

BAKİYYE

LATİN

BAKİYYE

LATİN

⥌ (a-e)

A - E

Г (ge)

G

Ø (Kul)

Q

Ḷ (bu)

B

ق (Gaf)

Q-G

ᒍ (El)

L

Б (be)

B

G (Ge yum.)

Ğ

ﻻ (Lam)

C (ci)

C

Ǧ. (Ge Gırt.)

Ɠ

M (Em)

M

Ċ (çi)

Ç

ԋ (he hemz)

H

Ɲ (En)

N

Ɔ (di)

D

حا (Hû)

H        

Й (Nû)

Ň

ഥ (Dıy)

Ț - D

ح (Ha)

Ḩ - ḥ        

O (O)

O

ഥ’ (Zıy)

Ḑ - ż, ḍ

خ (Ha)

X - Ḩ - ẖ

⧽ (Ol)

O - ô

ᛠ (te)

T

I (Ay)

I

Ö (Ö)

Ö

웃 (Tay)

T

↾ (I-İ)

İ - I

П (Pi)

P

Э (Açık E)

Ê – Ə - Э

..↾ (iiy)

Î - Ī

پا (Pa)

P

∧ (EA)

Ā – Ă - Æ

Ĵ (Jey)

J

ર (Er)

R

Ƒ (Ef)

F

⟓ (Key)

K

મ (Ray)

R

౨ (Fa)

F

⊲ (Kal)

Q

ཞ (Riy

≾ (Es)

S

ثا (Say)

Š

Ꭷ’’ (û)

Û

X (Aks)

X

๛ (Sin)

S

ⱱ (Ve)

V

⥙ (Nang)

NG - Ñ

Β (Çift Se)

β

୨ (Vav)

W-V

λ (Nanç)

NÇ -

≾. (Eş)

Ş

Ϣ (Wah)

W – WV - Ẇ

@ (Et)

@ - T

Ұ (Şay)

৬ (Ya)

Y

↓ (Ok)

K

Ꭷ (U)

U

ᕴ (Yut)

Y - Ƴ

م (Mim mu)

M

Ꭷ’ (Ü)

Ü

ᓬ (Zed)

Z

Ӭ (Â)

 – Ā – Ă

❞ (Un)

UN

〟(En-İn)

EN-İN

ჰŧ (İst)

IST

Al Bakiyye Letter with Latin Letters

A

B

C

Ç

D

Ț

Ê

Æ

F

G

Ğ

Ɠ

H

I

İ

Ī

J

K

Q

L

M

N

Ň

O

Ô

Ö

P

R

S

Š

Β

Ş

U

Ü

Û

V

W

X

Y

Ƴ

Z

Â

Other Annex and Stamps

Hand - Figurat Writing

Computer Writing

Reading

Vocal

English

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/amma.png

♍ 

Amma

mm

But,

k

k

Kiy

K

Also

http://wb.rastgelelik.com/bak/img/ikilem.png

chiftlem

w

It is read the first letter as double.

+

+

Arti

+

/

/

Veya

/

ჰŧ

ჰŧ

ist

İst

TO BE

°

°

°

°

Stoper

Grammar and Structural Properties

The Al Bakiye artificial language is written from left to right with special alphabet - letters.

The Nouns (⥌ഥᒍર)

There 2 types name in Al Bakiyye language; Private nouns, common nouns. All nouns has got article (Belirtencg). There are 4 types plural  forms. It is used “ჰŧ -ഥ” as TO BE in the noun sentences.

Plural Forms:

Conditions of Nouns

Condition

Bakiyye

Reading

For Example

English

Nominative

barq

Ḷર⊲

Home

accusative

..↾  - ⥙

Barqıı - Barqng

Ḷર⊲..↾  -  Ḷર⊲⥙

The house

Dative (to)

Э, ∧, ⥙

Barka, barqnga

Ḷર⊲∧ - Ḷર⊲⥙

to home

Dative in (in)

Ɔ

Barqda

Ḷર⊲Ɔ

at home

Dative From (from)

Ɔ〟

Barqdan

Ḷર⊲ Ɔ〟

from the house

Genetive (of)

Barqın

Ḷર⊲ 〟

of the house

Medium (with)

ᒍ〟

Barqlan

Ḷર⊲ᒍ〟

with the house

according to

C

Barqca

Ḷર⊲C

according to house

Possessive

k

Barqdaky

Ḷર⊲Ɔ

k

In the hause

alignment

Berenng

Бર〟⥙

First

Plural

ᒍર

Barqlar

Ḷર⊲ᒍર

Homes

All Plural

Ɲ

Barqan

Ḷર⊲Ɲ

Homes (site, apartman)

Plural presence

@

Hayvanat

てI୨Ɲ@

Collection of animals

Plural (Gêân)

ГӬƝ

Adamîgêân

⥌ƆM..↾ГӬƝ

Sons of Adam

Doubl Plural

I〟

Eyin

⥌ƆMI〟

The Men

Question

م

Mı ist lâ barq

م ჰŧ ᒍӬ Ḷર⊲

It this house?

Pedigree (î, -di)

..↾

Türkî

ᛠᎧ’ર⟓..↾

Turkish lineage

Property ownership (iye)

Türkeyye

ᛠᎧ’ર⟓..↾Э

Turkey

- own of the people (men)

ما

Acezmen

⥌Cᓬما

Helpless, helpless

Negative (na)

Й

Nâhoş

ЙحOҰ

Unpleasant

Negative (sız, siz)

๛ഥ'

Mutsız

MᎧᛠ๛ഥ'

Unhappy, not happy

Continuity (ber)

Бર

Berdevam

БરƆ୨M

Continuity

Time - Aria (gâh)

Гԋ

sehergâh

≾ԋરГԋ

at dawn

Negative (bi)

Б

Biçarei

БĊཞ

Helpless

Location, belonging  (estan)

≾웃〟

Türkestayen

ᛠᎧ’ર⟓≾웃〟

Turkish land

Activist (kâr)

⟓Ӭર

Saynatkâr

ثاƝ@⟓Ӭર

Artwork

Quality, attribute (mend)

ماഥ

Dertmend

Ɔરᛠماഥ

Who has trouble

As, Like

⟓ما

Keymen

as, like

That, Which

k

Ki

k

That

for

↾Ċ❞

içün

for

-according to

Э ГરЭ

E gere

according to

about

Ꭷ’ഥ'ཞ

Üzre

about

And

Ve

and

too

Ɔ

De

too

or

/

Veya

or

but

Amma

but

as

X

Aks

as

Since

Ɔ〟 Бཞ

Den berii

⟓Ӭح

Kâh

*There is no this form in English.

Or

৬حاഥ

Yahud

Also

ح@ʷ

Hatta

to …

Ɔ৬

Diye

to +verb

if else

≾Э

Ese

-

⟓ഥ'∧

Keyza

*There is no this form in English

-

حЙ

Haynû

*There is no this form in English

-ci, -çı (from noun the noun)

C

Barkcı

Ḷર⊲ C

houseman

-nç (from verb the nound)

λ

İnanç

↾Ɲλ

Faith, religion

-gaç, -geç

૭’’Ċ - ГĊ

Süzgeç

ثاᎧ’ഥ'૭’’Ċ

Filter

-lık (from noun the nound

ᒍ↓

Başlok

Ḷ≾.ᒍ↓

Title

-ce, -ca (from noun the noun

C-Ċ

Türkçe

ᛠᎧ’ર⟓Ċ

Turkish

-lı (adjective)

ᒍᎧ

Duzlu

ഥᎧᓬᒍᎧ

Salty

-sız (Negative)

๛ᓬ

Duzsuz

ഥᎧᓬ๛ᓬ

Without salt

-ti (reflection)

Işıltı

↾Ұᒍᛠ

Light

-cil

Cᒍ

Barqcıl

ḶરCᒍ

Domestic

-daş

Ɔ≾.

Vavtaydaş

୨웃Ɔ≾.

Citizen

-gil

Г↾ᒍ

Aligil

∧ᒍ↾Г↾ᒍ

-leyin

ᒍIƝ

Sabahlayın

≾ḶحᒍIƝ

In the morning

-nci = eng

Bereng

Бર⥙

First

-er

↾ર

Gelir

Гᒍ↾ર

come

cik

C⊲

Almacık

ᒍM⥌ C⊲

tiny apple

-me (Object)

૪M̃

Baaşlamma

Ḷ≾.૪M̃

Start

-iş (Object)

≾.

Tekeyeş

ᛠ⟓≾.

Seam

-en (activist)

G〟

Bakğan

Ḷ⊲ G〟

Looking man

-mek (infinitive)

MЭ⟓

Ekmek

Э⟓MЭ⟓

Bread

-esi (Adjective - Nound)

≾..↾

Bakası

Ḷ⊲≾..↾

-mez (olumsuzluk)

M⥌ᓬ

Çıkmaz

Ċ↾⊲M⥌ᓬ

-r (Noun-Adjective)

Yazar

৬ᓬર

Author

-dik (Noun-Adjective)

ƆI↓

Olmadık

⧽MƆI↓

-ecek (Noun-Adjective)

C⊲

Yakalcak

৬⊲C⊲

-miş (Noun-Adjective

የ≾.

Geçmiş

ГĊየ≾.

Past

-im (Situation)

M

Seçem

≾ĊM

Selection

-gi (verb – noun– object)

Г

Vergi

ⱱરГ

Tax

-gin (gyın) (meaning magnification)

G〟

dalğın

ƆᒍG〟

Pensive

-l (noun adjective)

..↾

Yazıı / Yaziii

৬ᓬ..↾

Writing

-ici (continuity)

↾C

Kalıcı

⊲↾C

Permanent

-k (action object)

Çürok

ĊᎧ’ર↓

Rotten

-ken (noun – adjective)

-ti

Belirti

Бᒍ↾રᛠ

symptom

-ek

⥌⊲

Konak

⊲❞⥌⊲

Mansion

λ

İnanç

↾λ

Religion

-le (verb maker)

૪⥌

Suçla

ثاᎧ’Ċ૪⥌

-len (verb maker)

ᒍ〟

Barklan

Ḷર⊲ᒍ〟

marry

-dir (verb maker)

ط

Yazdır

ېᓬഥ

print

-ak (from verb the noun)

⥌⊲

Yatak

৬@⥌⊲

bed

-ler, -lar (plural)

ᒍર

Barklar

Ḷર⊲ᒍર

Homes

-gu, -nu, lu, te

ГᎧ, Й, ૪Ꭷ, ᛠ

Bilgiti

Б↾ᒍГᛠ

information

of

riy Barq

ཞ Ḷર⊲

of home

Vehicle Forms

It is used “-vaslam” for the bus, train, tram etc.

Road Transportation: ᕴ⧽ (Yol)

Road - Railway: મᕴ⧽ (Yol)

Two Wheeled Vehicles: ᛠ ↓ (Tek)

Rail System Railway Transportation: મ (Ray)

Rail system only (Train): મ (Ray)

Overhead rail line (Tram): ray મ (Uray)

Underground line (Metro): ⥌મ (Aray)

Sea Transportation: ƆƝ (den)

Submarine Transportation: ⥌ƆƝ (Aden)

Air Transportation: Uç Ċ (Uch)

Words

Train: મ୨≾૪ (Rayvaslaml)

Bus: ᕴ⧽୨≾૪ (Yolvaslam)

Metro: ⥌મ୨≾૪ (Arayvaslam)

Ship: ƆƝ୨≾૪ (Denvaslam)

Tram: Ꭷમ ୨≾૪ (Urayvaslam)

There is - There are / ୨ર

There is / there are form is “୨ર” in Al Bakiyye language. It is used with article like; Subject + ToBe + ୨ર.

For Example: There is a child at home.

BK:ᒍӬ Ḷᒍ∧ ჰŧ ୨ર Ƒ..↾ ᒍӬ Ḷર⊲

Reading: La Bala ist var efiy la barq

For Example II: You have a wife waiting for you at home.

BK: ≾.〟ჰŧ ⱱર k Ϣર ⧽ ⊲OЙƆM∧⟓ ๛⥙ ↾Ɲ ᒍӬ Ḷર⊲.

Reading: Eshin ist var ky war ol kandamaq seng in la barq.

Adjectives

In the Al Bakkiye language, there are 4 forms that can make adjective.

  1. Front of the noun; “৬Й Ḷર⊲ (Yeni barq)”
  2. End of the noun; “৬Й Ḷર⊲..↾ ৬Й (Barq-ı Yeni)”
  3. Along with artikel; “Ḷર⊲ᒍ৬Й (Barqalyeni)”
  4. Along with adjective and noun; “৬Й❞Ḷર⊲ (Yenunbarq”)

English: “New house” or “the house which is the new”.

Comparative and superlative adjectives

-

Comparative

Superlative

てરᒍ↾ (Hayarlı)

EN: good

ഥで てરᒍ↾ (Daha hayırlı)

EN: Better

Ɲ てરᒍ↾ (En hayırlı)

En: The best

English: Good Man

        てરᒍ↾  ⥌ƆM (Hayarlı Adam)

        ⥌ƆM..↾ てર (Adam-ı Hayar)

        ⥌ƆMᒍてર (Adamalhayar)

        てર❞⥌ƆM (Hayrunadam)

Personal Pronouns

There are 8 personal pronouns and 2 types TO BE in the Al Bakiyye language.

Personen

To Be

To Be

The God

ح (Hay) Only for creator - God

ჰŧ - ط (ist – dır)

Ϣર - ϢરƆ (war, werde)

I

ما (Men)

ჰŧ - ط (ist – dır)

Ϣર - ϢરƆ (war, werde)

You

๛ (Sin)

ჰŧ - ط (ist – dır)

Ϣર  -  ϢરƆ (war, werde)

He/She/It

⧽ (Ol)

ჰŧ - ط (ist – dır)

Ϣર  -  ϢરƆ (war, werde)

We

Бᓬ (Biz) / Mᓬ

ჰŧ  (ist – dır)

Ϣર〟- ϢરƆ〟(Waren – Werden)

You

๛ᓬ (Siz)

ჰŧ (ist – dır)

Ϣર〟- ϢરƆ〟(Waren – Werden)

They

⧽ᒍર (Ollar)

ჰŧ (ist – dır)

Ϣર〟- ϢરƆ〟(Waren – Werden)

You

๛ᓬᒍર

ჰŧ (ist – dır)

Ϣર〟- ϢરƆ〟(Waren – Werden)

Noun sentences

Verb sentences

For Example:

I am a doctor.

        ما ჰŧ Бર じGƝഥᓬ.

Reading: Men ist saygandiz.

Marker, Definition, Articles

Article is like “The”. In german there are 3 article; “Der, die, das”. There are 6 article in the Al Bakiyye language.

These are  “৬, I, ⧽, ᒍӬ, ᒍ, ..↾” (Ya, Ay, Ol, Lâ, El ve İiy).

Article

Reading

Feature

Example

Ya

prominent, recognized and highlighted names

৬ ∧ᒍ↾ (Ya Eali)

I

Ay

unrecognized but accentuated names.

I ഥOثاഥM (Ey Dostdum)

Ol

unknown, unrecognized names

 ⧽ ⟓≾.↾ (Ol keyşi)

El

known and previously mentioned names

ᒍ ৬ᓬλ (El yaznanç)

ᒍӬ

unknown but customized names

ᒍӬ Ɔરⱱ≾. (Lâ Derveş)

..↾

İiy

Customizing names that objectify

Ɔરⱱ≾...↾ (Derveşii)

Except for the “..↾” (İiy)  artikel, no artikel is associated with names.

There are 2 article form; definite and indefinite.

Definite Articles: “৬, I, ⧽, ᒍӬ, ᒍ, ..↾

Indefinite Articles: “One, some, some” …

*** The articles are not written with some letters. The words which start with this letter are written without the article. It is read double with the vocal.

For example: (≾ĊM) EN: selection

        With Article: ᒍ ≾ĊM (El Seçem)

        Without Article: ≾ĊM  (Es seçem)

If the noun starts with this letter, you may not write and use an article;

Ƒ I ᒍ M Ɲ ⧽ ર ≾ ≾. ↓ @

Sentences

Main Sentences : Ⱈ Ϣર Гᒍ⥌CĴما  ᒍӬ ↓Ø∧  ๛ᒍ〟 ৬ર〟.

(Men war gelecejmen lâ okkula sinlen yarın)

.         

                

Clause Sentences: ๛ Ϣર ≾ЭⱱMЭ⟓ ഥO≾ᛠ❞⥙ ≾Э, ⧽Mᒍ↾ ๛৬રƆMC ⧽∧.

                        (Sin war sevmek dostunng ese, olmali sin yardimci ola)

                        If you love your friend,  you have to help him.

*You may not use TO Be in the clause sentences.

                        Ⱈ ϢᎧરƆ Ḷ⧽Ɔما ᒍӬ ḺરIG Г@ર⟓〟 ما ৬ ↓Ø∧

        (Men wurde buldimen lâ parayga geterkeyen men ya okkula.)

While I was going to school, I found a wallet.

Transpose Sentences: Örnek: ๛ᒍ〟ᒍӬ ↓Ø∧ ৬ર〟Ϣર Г@⥌CĴما.

(Sinlen la okkula yarın war getecejmen.)

I am going to go to school with you tomorrow.

Notification Sentences: ৬ ᒍOƝഥમ ჰŧ ৬ ⥌웃⟓Ɲ.

     (Ya londıyray ist ya atayken)

     London is a capital.

Question Sentences: የ Ϣર ⧽ じてḺ Бર Ḷર⊲?

(Mu war ol sayhap ber barq?)

Has he got a house?

If - Else Sentences: じてḺ ⧽રما≾Э ᒍӬ Ḻમ Бર Г❞, Ϣર ما Г@⥌CĴما ᓬᎧ ৬ Ḻཞ≾.

(Ef sayhap olarmenesse la baray ber gün, war men getecejmen zu ya payriyes)

If I have money, I will go to Paris.

Note: Ƒ is used start of the sentences and ≾Э is used end of the sentences.

Exercise: Instead of [“Ƒ ᒍ ⊲ ჰŧ てO≾.” (Ef el kal ist hosh) If the weather is nice. ], you can use this sentences; [“Ƒ ⊲ Ϣર ⧽M∧⊲ てO≾. k” (Ef war olmak hosh ky) ]

Rule: ƆGᒍ/ᕴ↓ + Verb+M⥌+Personal Pronoun.

TO BE

Positive

Negative (additional)

Question

Ϣર

Ϣર

ᕴ↓ (M⥌)

م

ჰŧ

ჰŧ

ƆGᒍ

م

⟓Ɲ

⟓Ɲ

ᕴ↓⟓Ɲ

م

Noun Sentences: Ḷ ƆGᒍ ᒍӬ Ḻમ. (Bu degel la paray) - That is not money.  

Verb Sentences: ما ᕴ↓ ⥌ᒍM⥌⥌CĴما Ḷ Ḻમ. (Men yok almaacajmen bu paray.) I will not take this money.

TO BE

Present

Past

Futur

Negative

Ϣર-Ϣર〟

ϢᎧરƆ, ϢOરƆ

ϢરƆ

ᕴ↓

ჰŧ

↾Ɔ /Ɔ

ჰŧ

ƆGᒍ

MЭ⟓ - M∧⟓

Ɔ, M≾.

⥌CĴ

M⥌

じてḺ

じてḺƆ

じてḺCĴ

ᕴ↓じてḺ

Person

Ϣર

ჰŧ

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍ

Present tense -

Singlar

Ϣર

ჰŧ

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍ

Present tense -

Plural

Ϣર〟

ჰŧ

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍ

Futur tense - Singular

ϢરƆ

-

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍ

Futur tense - Plural

ϢરƆ〟

-

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍ

Past tense - Singular

ϢᎧરƆ

↾Ɔ

Ɔ

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍƆ

Past tense - Plural

ϢᎧરƆ〟

↾Ɔ〟

Ɔ〟

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍƆ

Past II tense - Singular

ϢOરƆ

M≾.

M≾.

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍM≾.

Past II tense - Plural

ϢOરƆ〟

M≾.〟

M≾.

ᕴ↓

ƆGᒍM≾.

Modal Verbs

The modal verbs in the Al Bakiyye are same to English and German.

Modal Verbs

In English

Rules

ᓬO૪ + Mᒍ..↾ (Zol + Meli)

Must / Should

ᓬO૪ + main verb+Mᒍ..↾

⟓Ɲ -Э БᒍMЭ⟓ (Keyen -e bilmek)

Can, May, Might

⟓Ɲ + main verb+Э БᒍMЭ⟓

Ɔᒍર (diler)

Would, Want

Ɔᒍર + main verb

ഥ’ર❞Ɔ (Zorunda)

Have to

ഥ’ર❞Ɔ + main verb

For Example: I have to go to work.

ما ഥ’ર❞Ɔ Г@MЭ⟓  ᓬᎧ ᒍӬ ↓Ø.

Reading:         Men zorunda getmek zu la okkul.

Passive Voice

There are some types passive voice.

  1. Spontaneously Passive: The glass is broken.
  2. Subjective Passive: The glass is broken (by a person).
  3. Active Passive: The glass was broken (by another person).
  4. Reflexive Passive: The glass has been broken (all glass are shattered).
  5. Doped Passive: The glass was broken by another person to another person.

It can be made Passive in 3 types in Al Bakiyye language.

 MAN Versions:

Singular good person

a good female person or plural persons

Singular or plural bed persons.

M⥌Ɲ (Man)

M⥌Ɲ↾ (Mani)

M⥌Ɲᛠ (Manta)

 

MAN Verb additions and Features:

Attribute

Bakiyye

Example

English

Remarks

Normal

O - Ȫ

৬ᓬO

It is written.

An object is written by a person.

Spontaneously

Ӭ

৬ᓬӬ

It is written Spontaneously.

It is written Spontaneously.

Mediated

ᛠ❞

৬ᓬᛠ❞

It is printed

An object is printed by another object

Finally Mode

ჰŧ

৬ᓬჰŧ

It has been written.

The work is done, writing is done by a thing.

In case an object is made by another person by another person

Г + fiil ᛠ°

Г৬ᓬᛠ° (Geyazt)

It is printed to a person by another person.

Bir kişi, bir başkasına bir nesneyi yazdırtmaktadır.

the object is printed by one means to another by another.

Г + fiil + ᛠ@

Г৬ᓬᛠ@ (Geyaztet)

the object is printed by one means to another by another.

the object is printed by one means to another by another.

Continue situation

@

৬ᓬ@

It is continues to be written.

An object is continues to be written by itself or by a person.

For Example:

En: This book was printed to us.

BK: Ḷ Бᛠ⟓ ϢᎧરƆ M⥌Ɲ БᓬЭ Г৬ᓬƆᛠ°.

Reading: Bu betik wurde man biyze geyazdith.

For Example Sentences: A new, big book by a well-known, well-mannered elderly person will be printed on another.

BK: Бર ৬Ɲ↾ Бᛠ⟓ᒍ⧽Ꭷ ϢરƆ ৬ Эԋᛠ৬ર..↾M⥌Ɲ Г৬ᓬ⥌CĴᛠ@.

Reading: Ber yeniy betikelolu werde ya ehteyar-iy man geyazacajgtat.

Imperative Voice

It is used infinitive verb and “!” end of the sentences.

Гᒍ! (Gel) - Come!

⥌ᒍ (Al) - Take it!

Positive imperative

Negative imperative

Wish imperative

Passive imperative

Гᒍ! (Gel) - Come

ГᒍM⥌! (Gelme) - dont come

ГᒍЭ! (Gele)

come please

ГᒍƝᒍЭ! (Gelenele)

Conjunctions

Al Bakiyye

Reading

English

M̃, ౨⊲ᛠ, ᒍӬ⟓〟, ৬ᒍЙ, ⥌Ḷ⥌

Amma, fakalte, lakeyin, yalnu, aba,

But

ЙƆ〟, Ḷ ≾БПᒍ〟, Ḷ ЙƆᒍ〟ḶЙ❞ ↾Ċ❞, てᛠર ↾Ċ❞, Бᒍk, て૭’’ʷ@Ɲ, Ϣર❞, Ϣ≾てᒍБ, ഥરᎧM, Ɔ≾てᒍБ, Ɔ≾ⱱГ〟

Nuden, bu sebeplen, bu nudenlen, bu yüzden, bunun içün, hater içün, belki, heggeten…

Warun, Weshalbe, darum, deshalbe, deswegen

Why, because of this, due to

ⱱ, ᎧƝ

ve, un,

And

Ċ❞⟓, ƆƝ, ϢIᒍ, Ɔ⥌,

Çünkey, den, wayel, da

Because, also, so,

↾Ċ❞

içün

for

ഥ’OƝƆર〟, Б૪⟓≾, ᕴ↓β∧

zonderen, bilamkes, yoksa

rather that,

Ƒ, ≾Э, ϢƝ, Ұ@

Ef, Esse, Wen, şayet,

if else

I⟓Ɲ,  ⥌ᒍ≾〟

ayken, alsen

while, when

-Ɔ〟Эⱱʷᒍ, -Ɔ〟Бཞ,  -Ɔ〟⥌てર

den evvel, den beri, den ahır

since, for,

૭''રҰ〟, OḶϢᒍ, OḶҰ〟

garşın, obwol, obşayen,

-instead of, although

БᒍЭC, ƆM

Belece, dem

So

k

ki

That

/

yada, ve ya,

or

ԋM ... ԋMƆ

hem...hemde

not only… but also

⥌ƝҰ↾ᛠ@, ৬રƝG

anşıtat, yerinğe,

instead of

⟓ما

keymen

as, like

Ɔ৬

diya

also, as

X, ⧽મ↓

aks, olrayak

as

ᒍ〟

ilen

with

Prepositions

Al bakiyye has 2 types form for the prepositions; adding front of the name and end of the name.

In English

Front of the name

End of the name

to - in

ᓬᎧ, ᛠᎧ (Zu, Tu)

Э, ∧, ৬, (e, a, ya, ye)

by

ḶI (Bay)

৬〟Ɔ (yanında)

with

M↾ᛠ, ϢIᛠ (mit, wit)

ᒍ〟(len)

since

-

Ɔ〟 Бཞ (-den beri)

on

-

Ꭷᓬર〟Ɔ(üzerinde)

ever since

-

Бཞ๛Ɔ (berisinde)

by, near

Й৬ર (Nuyar)

৬Ɲ〟Ɔ (yanında), ĊП〟Ɔ (çipinde)

in, inner, into

↾Ɲ (in), Ƒ..↾ (Efiy)

↾Ċ〟Ɔ (içinde)

under

ᎧƝᛠર (Unter)

⥌ᒍᛠ〟Ɔ (altında)

front

-

ȪГ❞Ɔ (Ögünde)

For Example: EN- I go to home.

  1. (Front): ما Ϣર Г@MЭ⟓ ᒍ Ḷર⊲ (Men war getmek el barqa)
  2. (End): ما Ϣર Г@MЭ⟓ ᓬᎧ ᒍ Ḷર⊲. (Men war getmek zu el barq.)

For example: EN- I saw you and Ahmet and Mehmet near the Ahmet at home.

(Front): ما ϢᎧરƆ ⟓ȪરƆما Ƒ..↾ ৬ Ḷર⊲  ⥌てM@..↾ ๛ᒍ〟ⱱ ⧽Й❞ ĊП〟Ɔ ⧽ MЭԋM@.

  1. (End): ما ϢᎧરƆ ⟓ȪરƆما ৬ Ḷર⊲〟↾Ċ〟Ɔ ⥌てM@..↾ Ϣ↾ᛠ ๛ ⱱ MЭԋM@..↾ Й৬ર ⧽Й.

Time Expressions

Al Bakiyye

Reading

English

Й ⥌Ɲ

Nu Aan

When

Й ⊲ ⥌Ɲ

Nu kal aan

How long

⊲Ċ ⟓ᓬ

Kaç keyz

How many times

 ৬⊲〟Ɔ

Yakında

Nearly

⧽Ɔ〟 じ❞મ

Oldan Sonray

After that

⥌≾.MƆ

Aeşemdi

Now

ᛠ❞I〟

Tüneyin

Yesterday

ḶГ❞

Bugün

Today

⥌≾.MƆ৬ ⊲ഥર

Aeşemdeye kaldar

Until now

๛↓Ċ

Sıkça

Often

Бર ⟓ᓬ

Ber Keyz

Once

Ḷᓬ〟

Bazen

Sometimes

ર ≾Ƒર

Er sefer

Every times

⥌≾.MƆ

Aeşimdi

Now, just

⥌୨ᒍ〟

Evlen

Afternoon

じ❞મ

Sonray

Then

ᛠ❞I〟Э ⊲ഥર

Tüneyine kaldar

Until yesterday

ഥ⥌↾ما

Daa’imen

Always

ᒍƝГ

Lenge

Long time

Йഥ

Nudıy

Hardly ever

⥌મ-๛મ

Aray-Sinray

Rearly

ર Г❞

Er gün

Every day

ર で୨웃

Er Havrtay

Every week

Possessive Pronouns

It is use “in” end of the personal pronouns.

Personal Pronouns

Possessive Pronouns

ح (Hay) Only for God

て〟(Hayın)

I

ما (Men)

ما〟 (Menin)

My

You

๛ (Sin)

๛〟 (Sinin)

Your

He/She/It

⧽ (Ol)

⧽❞ (Olun)

His, Her, Its

We

Бᓬ (Biz) / Mᓬ (Miz)

Бᓬ〟 (Bizin) / Mᓬ〟(Mizin)

Our

You

๛ᓬ (Siz)

๛ᓬ 〟(Sizin)

Your

They

⧽ᒍર (Ollar)

⧽ᒍર❞ (Ollarun)

Their

You

๛ᓬᒍર (Sizler)

๛ᓬᒍર〟(Sizlerin)

Your

Hours - Times

Hours and times means “OGᎧર” (Ogur)  in the Al Bakiyye language. It is used “ჰŧ” as To Be.

OR

Answer:

⧽ OGᎧર ჰŧ … (Ol ogur ist ...) or ⧽ OGᎧર …’ഥ (Ol ogur …’dir.)

        21:00 = ⧽ OGᎧર ჰŧ ⟓↓Бર. (Ol Ogur ist keyokber)

12:30 = ⧽ OGᎧર ჰŧ OƝ⟓ ḶĊ↓ (Ol ogur ist onkey buchuk)

10:05 = ⧽ OGᎧર ჰŧ OƝ..↾ ГĊર Б≾. (Ol ogur ist oniiy gecher besh)

03.25 = ⧽ OGᎧર ჰŧ Ꭷ’Ċ..↾ ГĊર ⟓↓Б≾. (Ol ogur ist uchy gecher keyokbesh.)

Moment: OG (Og)

Hour: OGᎧર (Ogur)

Minute: OGમ↓ (Ograyik)

Second: OGᎧરഥ↓ (Ogurdak)

Split-second: OGᎧરĊ↓ (Ogurchak)

The Number

The Numbers of the Al Bakiyye are so easy.

  1. Бર (Ber)

One

20. ⟓↓ (Keyok)

Twenty

  1. ⟓ (Key)

Two

30. ᎧĊ↓ (Uçok)

Therty

  1. Ꭷ’Ċ (üç)

Three

40.ᛠરᛠ↓ (Terteok)

Fourty

  1. ᛠરᛠᛠ (terte)

Four

50. Б≾.↓ (Beşok)

Fifty

  1. Б≾. (beş)

Five

60. ᒍᛠ↓ (Alteok)

Sixty

  1. ᒍᛠ (alte)

Six

70.৬Ɔ↓ (Yediok)

Seventy

  1. ৬Ɔ (Yedi)

Seven

80.≾⟓ ↓ (Sekeyok)

Eighty

  1. ≾⟓ (sekey)

Eight

90. ഥØ↓ (dıykulok)

Ninety

  1. ഥØ (Dıykul)

Nine

100. ᕴᓬ (yüz)

Hundert

  1. OƝ (On)

Ten

1000. Б〟(Bin)

Thousand

  1. OƝБર (Onber)

Eleven

31.ᎧĊ↓Бર (Uçokber)

Thirty one

  1. OƝ⟓ (Onkey)

Twelve

45.ᛠરᛠ↓Б≾. (Terteokbeş)

Forty five

  1. OƝᎧ’Ċ (Onüç)

Thirteen

≾Ƒર (Esfer)

Zero

  1. OƝᛠરᛠᛠ (Onterte)

Fourteen

10 - 20 = OƝ + Number = OƝᎧ’Ċ (Onuch) - thirteen

20,30,40 …: Number + ↓ = ᛠરᛠ↓ (terteok) - Fourty

2:  (Key)

10: (On)

12: ⟓ (Onkey)

20: ⟓↓ (Keyok)

22: ⟓↓⟓ (Keyokkey)

All numbers are written adjacent.

Adjective Clauses

Бર ⥌ƆM (Ber Adam) - a man

Ḷ ⥌ƆM (Bu adam) - this man

The articles donot used with number adjectives and indefinite articles. Without that the articles has to used front of the all names.

৬ Эԋᛠ৬ર ⥌ƆM (Ya ehteyar adam) - Old man

Adjective clauses front of the name :

Эԋᛠ৬ર ⥌ƆM (Ya ehteyar adam) - Old man

Adjective clauses end of the  name : The article is used front of the adjective and name and also “i” between adjective and nouns.

৬ ⥌ƆM..↾ Эԋᛠ৬ર (Ya adam-i Ehteyar) - The man who is old.

As Double adjective usage :

Ꭷ’ƝᒍᎧ’ ⥌ƆM..↾ Эԋᛠ৬ર (Ya ünlü adam-i ehteyar) The famous man who is old.

Question pronouns

Al Bakiyye

Reading

English

Й

What

Й ⥌Ɲ

Nû Aan

When

Йમ

Nûray

Where

ЙમƆ

Nûrayda

Where

ЙમƆ〟

Nûraydan

from where

Йમ..↾

Nûrayii

Where is

ЙમГ

Nûrayga

to where

Й⊲

Nûkal

How long, how much

ƝI৬ ⧽M⥌๛

Niye olmasın

Why not

ЙĊ↓

Nûçik

Nasıl

Й๛

Nûsin

How

⊲ƝГ

Kangı

Which

⟓↾M

Kim

Who

I Think

“じƝરما, ᓬƝЙMC, ماC, ૭’’ᒍ⥌୨Б, Ƒ↾⟓ཞما” (Saynarmen, Zannumca, Mence, Бᒍk, Galavbe, Fikriymen)

ЙમƆ ৬ Ꭷ’Mર ? (Nurayda ya Omar?) - Where is the Omar?

        Ƒ↾⟓ཞما, ⧽ ჰŧ ৬ Ḷર⊲Ɔ (Fikriymen, ol ist ya barqda) - I think, he is at home.

        ᓬƝЙMC k; ⧽ ჰŧ Ƒ..↾ ↓Ø (Zannumca ki, ol ist fiy okkul.) - In my opinion he is in the school..

Бᒍk ჰŧ  ⧽ Ƒ..↾ ↓Ø (Belki ist ol fiy okkul) He can be in the school.

*If we use this sentences as a clause,  we can use with “k”.

Ƒ↾⟓ཞما k, ⧽ Ϣર Г@⥌CĴ⧽ ᛠᎧ ↓Ø. (Fikriymen ky ol war getecegjol to okkul)

English: I think, that he will go to school.

Infinitive Rules

It can be make infinitive as two forms; front of the verb and end of the verb.

Adds end of the verb -mak, -mek, -ma, -me, -ış, -iş, -uş, -üş, -en, -an

Adds front of the verb: tu, zu

You have select only one form, not both of them.

Front of the verb

End of the verb

Reading

English

ᛠᎧ Гᒍ

ГᒍMЭ⟓

(Tu gel, gelmek)

to come, coming

ᓬᎧ Ḷ⊲

Ḷ⊲M∧⊲

(Zu bak, bakmak)

to look, looking

Ḷ⊲M⥌  

(bakma)

looking

 Ḷ⊲≾.

(bakaş)

look, view

Ḷ⊲Ɲ

(Bakan)

looking

Naming

There is a lot of additives that we can create a new word.

Addition end of the words: “luk, lık, kayt, çi, daş, lü, üş, iş, an, dır, gaç, ga, gi, ak, im, in, gah, istan, zar, kede, sar, dan, ban, van, kar, gar, ger, çe, î, iyye, siz, si, uç, iç, um, gun, li, el, abil, cık, cik, ca, taş, ar, er, eş, sel, te, tı, tü, aç, cileyin, ak, ek, ok, ka, gil, kıl, kek, ken, kan, men, man, la, lu, layın, leyin, emsi, rak, rek, sak, sek, ıt, et, at, me, ma, dır, dir, ağan, eğen, maca, mece, ip, up, üp, ap, ken, ling, ment ...”

Addition front of the words: “anti, bi, co, in, monu, re, trans, piriy …”

For example: Eyes, glasses, TV, Radio, Mobile Phone…

ГȪᓬ (Goz), ГȪᓬᒍ↓ (Gozluk), じર@ГĊ (Seyretgech), ᛠƝᒍ@ГĊ (Tenletgech), Ø❞Й≾.MƝᛠ (Kunnuşment)

Animals: “ᒍƝ” (Lan) //

⥌≾ᒍƝ: (Aslan) - Lion

૭’’ḺᒍƝ: (Gaplan) - Tiger

         ≾↾રᛠᒍƝ : (Sırtlan) - hyena

Tense

There are 5 tense and 8 mode in the Al Bakiyye language.

Tense-Mode

To be

Adds

Rule

Example

English

Present simple

Ϣર - ჰŧ /ط

MЭ⟓

Subject+tobe + verb+mek

ما Ϣર ≾ⱱMЭ⟓.

(Men war sevmek)

I love

Present continuous

Subject + verb+riy

ما ≾ⱱཞ.

(Men seviir)

I love

Future tense

Ϣર -

⥌CĴ

Subject + tobe + verb+ecaj+personal pronoun

ما Ϣર ≾ⱱ⥌CĴما.

(Men war sevecej)

I will love

Present Perfect

ϢᎧરƆ – ↾Ɔ /Ɔ

Ɔ

Subject+ tobe + verbl+di+personal pronoun

ما ϢᎧરƆ ≾ⱱƆما.

Men wurde sevdimen)

I have loved

Past tense

ϢOરƆ - M≾.

M≾.

Subject+ tobe + verb+mish+personal pronoun

ما ϢOરƆ ≾ⱱM≾.ما.

(Men worde sevmişmen)

I loved

Wish

-

β

Subject+ verb+sem

ما ≾ⱱβM.

(Men sevsem)

I wish I love

Request

I

Subject+ verb + ay

ما ≾ⱱI.

(Men Sevay)

let me love

Passive

Ϣર

〟 -  ᒍ

subject+ tobe+ verb+el+di+personal pronoun

≾ⱱᒍƆما

(sevildimen)

I am loved.

Condition

≾Э

Subject+ verb+personal pronoun+se

≾ⱱરما≾Э

(Severmenese)

If I love

Swiftness

-

↾ⱱર

Subject+ verb+ver

 ≾ⱱ↾ⱱર.

(Sin seviver)

Love me

Imperative

-

-

Verb

≾ⱱ! (Sev)

Love

Continued mode

Ϣર

ᕴOમ

Subject+ tobe + verb+yor

ما Ϣર ≾ⱱᕴOમ.

(Men war seviyor.)

I love

Eternally mode

Ϣર/ჰŧ /ط

Subject+ tobe+ing

ما Ϣર ≾ⱱ⥙.

(Men war seving)

I love you everytime

*We have to add “M⥌” (me, ma) before tense addition in negative sentences.

For Example: My uncle came from londra yesterday. I am waiting him now. He has got a car. We will go to cinema together.

ᛠ❞I〟৬ ᒍOƝഥમ'Ɔ〟ϢᎧરƆ Mየ ГᒍƆ⧽. ≾.Ꭷ⥌Ɲ ما Б⟓ᒍཞ ⧽Й. ⧽ じてḺ Бર રIḶ. Mᓬ ϢરƆ〟 Г@⥌CĴБᓬ ᓬᎧ ᒍӬ ⊲મᒍ↓.

(Tuneyyn ya londıyray’dan wurde emmim geldiol. Şuaan men bekliir olnu. Ol sayhap ber arayba. Miz werden getecejbiz zu la kalrayluk)

Ya Rab’Ba Ni-yaz Divine Rules

There are some rules that we write somethings to the god. For the god there are some rules.

The personal pronoun of the God:  (Hay)

Article:  (Ya) and I (Ay)

Tobe:  ჰŧ (İst) or (Dır)

For example

Normal Sentences:

Divine Sentences:

ჰŧ = て ჰŧ ∧ᒍʷԋ (Hay ist Allah) : It is Allah who is the One.

ഥ = て ∧ᒍʷԋ°ഥ (Hay Allah’dır) : It is Allah who is the One.

Days- Г❞ᒍર

German

English

Al Bakiyye

Reading

Montag

Monday

Ḷ≾.Г❞

Bashgun

Dienstag

Tuesday

ƆરГ❞

Dergun

Mittwoch

Wednesday

⧽Г❞

Olgun

Donnerstag

Thursday

⧽웃Г❞

Oltaygun

Freitag

Friday

ᎧᒍᎧГ❞

Ulugun

Samstag

Saturday

⊲↾৬୨Г❞

Kıyavgun

Sontag

Sunday

↾ᕴ↓Г❞

Iyıkgun

Months - I〟

Al Bakiyye

Reading

English

⥌↓ḺƝ

Akpan

January

ᛠᎧᒍᎧGƝ

Tuluğan

February

⥌Ċર

Açar

March

⊲↾રĊƝ

Kırçan

April

ᛠરᛠĊƝ

Terteçan

May

ᛠOᓬરƝ

Tozaran

June

ḶOᓬરƝ

Bozaran

July

⊲↾ર⊲ર

Kırkar

Agust

ḶƆƝ

Budan

September

ḶᒍGƝ

Bulğan

October

⊲↾રᒍ≾.

Kırlaş

November

ĊGƝ

Çağan

December

Punctuation

Others: ; ^ + - * / % & {} () [] ? = _ - ! : > < |

Countries - Land and National

Colours ĊᎧ’ᓬ❞ГӬƝ

૭’’મ

Garay

Black

૭’’↾ᓬᒍ

Gızıl

Red

৬≾.ᒍ

Yeşel

Green

ГȪⱱᓬ

Gövez

Navy blue

⥌⊲ГȪ⊲

Akalgök

Plato

Claret red

ᛠᎧર⊲୨⥌ഥ’

Turkuvaz

Turquoise

ГȪGરᛠ

Göğerte

Purple

⥌↓

Ak

White

ГȪ⊲

Gök

Blue

ḶOᓬ - Ċᒍ

Boz, Çal

Gry

≾⥌ᓬરƝГ

Sazrenge

Beige

৬Ǧᓬ - ⊲OЙર

Yağaz, Konur

Brown

ᛠᎧરλ

Turunç

Orange

⥌ᒍ

Al

Pink

じཞ

Sayrıy

Yellow

⥌ᒍ⥌C

alaca

Colorful

Foreign Words and Names Writing

There is a rule in the Al Bakiyye language for the foreign words and name. If the words or names are in a language which is written with the Latin alphabet, it is written it with equivalents of letters.

If the words or names are in a language which is written with another alphabets like arabic, cyril, china etc, it is written it with reading style.

For example: Schneider Mark is a german word. The alphabet is Latin.

Schneider Mark: ≾CԋƝЭ↾રƆЭર M∧ર⊲

NASA: Ɲ∧≾∧

Kemal: ⟓ЭM∧ᒍ

Jena: ĴЭƝ∧

Julia: ĴᎧᒍi∧

Coca Cola: COC∧ COᒍ∧

There is a rule in the Al Bakiyye language for the foreign words and name. If the words or names are in a language which is written with the Latin alphabet, it is written it with equivalents of letters.

For Example: خدا is a persian word and it is read as “Huda”. It is written in Al Bakiyye language as read.

خدا - (Hûda) : حاƆ∧

                السلام عليكم  is a arabic word and it is read as “Esselamu Aleykum”. It is written in Al Bakiyye as read.

السلام عليكم  :  ≾Эᒍ∧M↾Ɲ ∧ᒍЭ৬⟓Ꭷ’M

Al Bakiyye Literature

All literature genre like roman, lyric, theater etc can used in the Al Bakiyye. Also, In the Al Bakiyye language there are 3 literature genre. These are Damlahatname, Yazlam and gratitude journal.

 Gratitude journal

ᒍ Г❞C..↾ MᎧてБʷ@❞ ৬ てᒍ〟 (El gunce-i mohabbatun ya haylan)

That is a greatitude, praying, giving thanks, calling to God.

Chapters: Title, Preliminary Input, Imprint, Rosary, Thanksgiving Diary, Word, Nukte, Prayer, Procedure, Patrol, Commentary, result and supplication.

Yazlam (ᒍ ৬ᓬ૪) Literary softwriting

This genre is a literary genre written like programming languages.

Arrangement:

  1. Value assignment:  
  2. Value definition: [Feature saying]
  3. Provide the process
  4. Context

For example:

<Б ƆƝM

  ما, ๛, Ḷર⊲;

 ما = Mark [ર, Ḷᕴ: 1.63],

๛ = Julia [Ɔ≾.↾, Ḷᕴ: 1.53],

Ḷ = Ḷર⊲ [৬Й, ⧽Ꭷ, 3 ⧽Ɔᒍ↾];

Ƒ  ما (じてḺ = Ḻમ)

{ Ḷ = ԋ (“You could buy a home.”) }

≾Э Ƒ ๛ (じてḺ = Ḻમ)

{ Ḷ = ԋ (“You could buy a home.”) }

≾Э 

{Ḷ = ᕴ↓ (“You haven’t got money, you can not buy a house”) }

        // Ḻમ ჰŧ MᎧ’ԋƝ

        #Б⧽ Ċᒍ≾.

Б>

English:

<Б Title

A, B, C;

A = Name[Boy, long: 1.63],

B = Name [Sex, long: 1.53],

C = Home [new, big,  3 rooms];

Ƒ A (have money)

{ C = ԋ (“you can buy a house.”)}

≾Э Ƒ B (have money)

{C = ԋ (“you could buy a house”) }

≾Э

        {C = ᕴ↓ (“If you haven’t money you can not buy a house”) }

//The money is important

#Work too much.

Б>

Damlahatname (‘ഥMᒍӬて@ЙM)

There is no source about this literature in English.