Chykkooe is the national (Full Created) language of the Atlantian Peoples. It is dificult but easy to catch on to. Usually learners learn to listen and comprehend the language before they can actually speak it. It is hard to speak fast without thinking about it.


First of all pronunciation:

-L= No sound

-W= v

-V= f

-F= v

-Le= al

-S= z

-Sh= za

-Zh= sh

-Oux- oh

-Ph= f

-El= la

Vowels- The folowing letters are all concidered vowels. There are no sometimes'. If one of these seven letters begins a word it is automatically made into a feminine word.

A= Ah

E= Ay

I= Ee

O= Oh

U= Ew

Y= Eye

P= Pih

Vowelicular Phrase- A combination of letters that make an odd sound. Then one letter is used to describe said sound.

Umlaut- Uva

Astrication- Ostrica An Ostrica is also used by representation as a '^' symbol.

The basics of the language are simple. Chykkooe is an English spin-off language. It uses the anglo-saxan words and the English dictionary. Words are usually split up and reformed. You split the words after each vowel and add 'dag', then you take that voul and put it after dag. You only don't do this if there are two vowels next to eachother.

DAG is reffered to ad the 'dag phrase'. It is placed next to a vowle an then that vowel duplicates itself to the end of the 'dag'.

-Daga dahg-ah

-Dage dahg-A

-Dagi dahg-E

-Dago dahg-O

-Dagu dahg-ooh

-Dagy dahg-I

-Pdag (P is a vowel in the Atlantian Language) It is not carried ove though Example:

Dog= DO+'dag'+OG= dodagog. Simple right?

Apple= A+'dag'+AP+'dag'+LE= adagapdagle. In apple the second p makes a 'pa' sound. This adds a 'dag'. Try another.

Pop= PO+'dag'+OP= podagop

Let's try a harder one:

Teacher= TE+'dag'+ECHE+'dag'+ER= tedagechedager. Good Job!


In 2005 Jacob Balog made changes to the language. He added articles and numbers. An article is a word placed before the noun that makes refrence to which type of noun it is.


In Masculin and Feminine the cases/articles are decided by the first letter in the word. All nouns that open with a vowel are feminine while the ones that open with constanants are masculine.

Definate Articles (The)

Masculine: Seh (Zeh)

Feminine: Sih (Zee)

Indefinate Articles (a, an)

Masculine: Set (Zet)

Feminine: Sit (Zit)

Partitive Articles (Some, any)

Masculine: Soh (Zo)

Feminine: Suh (Zoo)

See a list of the different forms on the bottum of the page.


They follow the Masculine, Feminine, and Plural Form. Meaning when they are used the word 'the' Is replaced by one or the other depending on its form. Mas. Fem. Pl.

Nominative- Ihs, Dehs, Uhs > The nouns that do the verb. "We went to the store"

Accusative- Ihm, Dehm, Uhm > Reciever of the verb. "The clerk remembered us"

Dative- Iht, Deht, Uht > Indirect Object. "The clerk gave us a discount"

Ablative- Ihv, Dehv, Uhv > Object of the preposition. "The victem went with us to the doctor"

Genitive- Ihn, Dehn, Uhn > Possessor of another noun. "Our citizens are proud of our country"

Vocative- Ihd, Dehd, Uhd > Indicates an address. "You there, are you O.K."

Locative- Ihf, Dehf, Uhf > Indicates location. "We live in China"

Instramental- Ihr, Dehr, Uhr > Object used in performing an action. "We whipped the floor with it"

Nom. The Endings are in the perenthasis.

I... Ih (I)

You Fm... Uht (T)

You Inf. (PL)... Uh (Th)

He, She, It... Veht (Me) ((Meh))

We... Jih (U)

They... Deh (Er)

Ex) Murzer= to march. NOTE: All verbs start in capitols

Ih Murzi: I march

Uht Murzt: You march (FM)

Uh Murzth: You march (INF/PL)

Veht Murzme: He/She/It marches

Jih Murzu: We march

Deh Murzer: They march


Seh Nuume

All even numbers are used in the feminine case for any article although most numbers arent used with an article.

0- Ni (Knee)

1- Qe (Key)

2- Ry (Rie)

3- Tu (Two)

4- Pi (Pee)

5- So (Zo)

6- Sa (Za)

7- De (Day)

8- Fy (Fee)

9- Ku (Kwu)

10- Tsi (Tsee)

11- Tse (Tsay)

12- Tsy (Tsie)

13- Turee (Two-Ree)

14- Piree (Pee-Ree)

15- Soree (Zo-Ree)

20- Ryoh (Rie-OH)

30- Tuoh (Chor-ah) (Not Kor-ah)

40- Pioh (Pie)

50- Sooh (Zo-OH)

60- Saoh (Zay)

70- Deoh (Dee-oh) (Day-Oh)

80- Fyoh (Fyo) Hard to say one syllable

90- Kuoh (Kor-Oh)

100- Qehun (Kay-Who-n) Only in the 100s is Qe changed from Key to Kay

105- Qehunso (Kay-Who-n-Zo)

110- Qehuntsi (Kay-who-n-Tsee)

191- Qehunkuohqe (Kay-Who-n-Kor-oh-key)

200- Ryhun (Rie-Who-n)

300- Tuhun ( Two- Who-n)

1000- Qetho (Key- Thow)

1005- Qethoso (Key-thow-zo)

1010- Qethotsi (Key-tho-tsee)

All odd numbers are msuclin form.

So to say "That is the number 15" is:

"Zhie idagis seh Soree" (That is the 15)

To say "That is the number 14" is:

"Zhie idagis sih Piree" (That is the 14)

Word Order

In this case it is sort of a puzzle. In a sentance the Direct Object is placed at the end. The Verb is always put next to the Noun. (after) and the Noun is at the begining.

I run with James

James run with I = Jadagames rudagun widagith medage.

Relative Pronouns

Note that there is no who. Atlantians fin it easier to just use whom in every sceanario. All Relative Pronouns are in the masculine form.

That- Zhie (Zh-eye)

Whom- Zhee (Zh-E)

Whomever- Zhue (Zh-ew)in the plural form Zhuer (Whomevers)

Which- Zhae (Zh-ay)

Whatever- Zhye (Zh-YEYE)in the plural form Zhyer (Whichevers)

Whose- Zhev (Shev) {This is an odd Relative Pronoun. It does not follow the other forms.


All plurals add according to their Articles.

If the article is masculine the plural form adds an 'R' or an 'E' If the article is feminine the plural forms add a 'T' or an 'I'


Present Perfect (Past)- In nglish this is used to say I finished the work or I worked on the job etc. We add an ed or a d. Past participle in Chykkooe is the seperable prefix 'Daef' or 'Däf'. If for instance you use the word Marched.

"I marched down the street"

"Ih Damurzef vow Seh Strete" >Use Ihr instead of I as the Nominative Case.

-The verb Murzer is To March. In chykkooe the past participal is split by the time (Day/Night). If you don't the time (Day/Night) know you split it in half and put 'Da' in front and 'Ef' in the back. If it was day put 'Dä' or 'Dae' in back if it was night put 'Ef' or 'Äf' in front of the verb.


Some of the Atlantian Speakerss include:


-Jacob Balog

-Benjamin Byerley

-Mathew the Weak

-Jason Bowler

-Mike T.

-Milos J.

-A.J. P.

-Liz H.


-Jacob Balog

-Benjamin Byerley

-Jason Bowler


This page is dedicatd to:

-Ben Byerly


and of course myself

                                                       Written by: Jacob Balog aka Jaylog

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