bengénesk

Modern Bengenese Edit

Etymology Edit

From Bengén + -esk. Older forms are benwengul, benwenul or benwegul.

Pronunciation Edit

  • IPA: [benˈgʲɛ.nesk]

Definition Edit

Proper noun Edit

bengénesk n (definite bengéneske)

  1. Fictional language with vocabulary inspired by Indo-European languages such as Danish, Romanian, Hungarian, Serbian and Russian, and having a mostly regular SVO-type grammar, with plurals, three grammatical genders, and six main tenses within two verb moods.
  • Language codes: qbg (preferred), bw, bge

Adjective Edit

bengénesk (singular definite bengéneske, plural definite bengéneskes) (?) (not comparable)

  1. Related to Bengen, a fictional country.