The Muipidan Language

The classical language of the Muipidan people, called Niyta Muytïdo (/ˈnɪj.ta ˈmʊj.tɨ.do/) “the blessed tongue” to its speakers, remained an important literary and ceremonial language for over a thousand years.

Muipidan is notable for its large inventory of stops, two simultaneous vowel harmony systems, twelve noun classes, and use of specialized auxiliary constructions to encode tense, aspect, mood, and voice.

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