Elemental is the language spoken by Elementals for several thousand years, created by the First King of Elementals, to unify them around the world. Though dialects have formed, all elementals can basically understand each other.

Bilabial Labio-dental Alveolar Palatal Verlar
Stop p        b t          d k    g
Nasal         m           n      ŋ 
Flap/Tap            ɾ
Fricative f             v s         z
Lateral Fricative  ɬ 
Approximant                    j
Lateral Approximant l

Front Back
Close i      u
Close-Mid e o
Open a


Flaps cannot occur in an initial or ultimate position, and lateral approximants cannot occur beside fricatives at all. Palatalized nasals only occur in the initial position. The syllable pattern of Elemental is (C (C) C) (V) V (C). This, translated, means that a syllable can exist with an initial consonant, or an initial consonant cluster, followed by up to two vowels, and a final vowel.

The pattern for a consonant cluster is (Stop), (Fricative), (approximant). Thus, the biggest syllable allowed is something like Tsraok (Elemental).


All symbols on the tables above use their Latin Alphabet symbols. Exceptions are: 

ɾ = r

ŋ = ng

ɬ = lh

j = y


Sentance structure: VOS. The boy threw the ball becomes Threw the ball the boy


Affix Meaning Example
A- Negation on a verb asau - Not running
I- Negation on a noun ieti - Not Fruit
Lhati- Indicitive mood (standard) Lhatisau Kol Toli - I tell you to run!
Lhumi- Indicitive mood (polite version) Lhumisau Kol Toli - Please, run!
Lha- Indicitive mood (urgent version) Lhasau kol toli! - RUN! (often shortened to the verb alone, Lhasau)
Mau-il Subjctive case
Tau-il Objective case
Dau-il Instrumental case
Kat-il Vocative case
To-il Locative case
-ato Group of
-im Baby/Young
Aso- Because of/due to
Blup- Related to water
Fall- Related to fire
Dend- Related to earth
Fas- Related to wind
Ti- Related to light
Du- Related to darkness