The Three Rivers LanguagesΒΆ

The prehistoric language of the Three Rivers civilization branched into a language family covering most of the southern half of the Northwest Basin. The most notable member of the family is Muipidan.

Three Rivers languages share several features:
  • A low degree of synthesis

  • A robust noun class system, ranging from two to sixteen classes

  • Plurals formed by partial reduplication

  • Verbs that agree in person and number with the subject, but no other arguments