PTh2WUx2 is a non-phonetic language designed to resemble jumbled messes of characters.

Word Structure

Words always take the structures [modifier(s)]-[root]-[ending]. Roots, the core element of a word, are two characters long. The available characters of a root are a-z, A-Z, and 0-9 (f3 - shield, Ui - smoothie, etc.). The modifer element(s) is/are optional. They are the equivallent of adjectives or adverbs in English. They're just other root words stuck before the main root word. The ending of a word is one character in length and conveys the syntactic and grammatical meaning of the word.

vverb, indicative causative
hverb, indicative usage
sverb, indicative reflexive
pverb, indicative passive
7verb, jussive causative
Fverb, jussive usage
mverb, jussive reflexive
Lverb, jussive passive
jdefinite proximal noun, nominative
Cdefinite proximal noun, accusative
cdefinite proximal noun, vocative (big emotion)
Odefinite proximal noun, vocative (small emotion)
odefinite proximal noun, elative (from within)
1definite proximal noun, ablative (from)
Rdefinite proximal noun, inessive (inside)
zdefinite proximal noun, adessive (near)
8definite proximal noun, illative (into)
Kdefinite proximal noun, allative (to, towards)
Gdefinite proximal noun, prolative (via, on)
0definite proximal noun, genitive ('s)
6definite proximal noun, instrumental (with, using)
Zdefinite distal noun, nominative
Tdefinite distal noun, accusative
2definite distal noun, vocative (big emotion)
edefinite distal noun, vocative (small emotion)
Hdefinite distal noun, elative (from within)
Pdefinite distal noun, ablative (from)
9definite distal noun, inessive (inside)
gdefinite distal noun, adessive (near)
Ydefinite distal noun, illative (into)
Qdefinite distal noun, allative (to, towards)
3definite distal noun, prolative (via, on)
rdefinite distal noun, genitive ('s)
ndefinite distal noun, instrumental (with, using)
5noun, nominative
Wnoun, accusative
bnoun, vocative (big emotion)
Enoun, vocative (small emotion)
xnoun, elative (from within)
qnoun, ablative (from)
wnoun, inessive (inside)
knoun, adessive (near)
Inoun, illative (into)
ynoun, allative (to, towards)
Xnoun, prolative (via, on)
Vnoun, genitive ('s)
Unoun, instrumental (with, using)

A Note about Pronouns

There are no pronouns in PTh2WUx2. To refer to yourself you say literally "this person/man/woman/child". You do the same in place of other personal pronouns as well.

Sentence Structure

Due to the extensive syntactic marking of words in PTh2WUx2, clause-level word order is notably free. Relative clauses are denoted by being encased in parentheses. If the clause is being treated as a noun, then it takes a word-ending. Sentences end in periods. Questions end in question marks. The topic of discourse may be denoted by being encased in foward slashes. The topic can then be easily referred to using a single slash in its place. If this is done the word-ending still needs to be attatched to the slash.


Conjunctions are used to show specific relation between two clauses. Conjuncted clauses are ordered Clause(X) [conj] Clause (Y). There are 10 conjunctions in PTh2WUx2:

fif X (were true) then Y (would be true)
dsince X (is true) then Y (is true)
aX and Y (are true)
Deven though X (is true) Y (is still true)
Meven if X (were true) Y (would still be true)
Bif Y (were true) then X (would be true)
usince Y (is true) then X (is true)
Aeither X or Y (is true)
teven though Y (is true) X (is still true)
Neven if Y (were true) X (would still be true)

The conjunctions "a" and "A" can be used for nouns meaning "and" and "or" respectively.


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