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Lhahu

Lhahu is a logically/mathematically-based language with a ridiculous number of very fine cases, most of which i've made up.  Specifically, 35 of them, consisting of many of the old standards like accusative, instructive, causal, dative, and allative, as well as some of the lesser-known forms like revertive, exclusive, benefactive, conciliative, durative, and egressive, but not to be outdone by some i just plain pulled out of my butt, such as ablato-prolative, quanto-partitive, ablato-dedative, abesso-caritive, and locato-pertingent.

It's based on this, and that's about all i can say about it at the moment:

By the way, in case you're wondering, here's a bit of a key:

yellow = up = air = noon = new moon = u = unvoiced
orange = south = fire = waning moon = summer = o = unvoiced
green = east = yeast = morning = spring = ɔ = unvoiced
grey = center = neutral = a
red = west = poison = evening = autumn = ɛ = voiced
blue = north = water = waxing moon = winter = e = voiced
purple = down = earth = midnight = full moon = i = voiced

It's also based on sets of consonants: labial, dental, and velar, most of which don't actually fall into those categories:

Labial Group

       

Dental Group

       

Velar  Group

b     p d

t g

k











m



n



ŋ












w



j



h

 













v

f ð

þ γ

x

There is also another category of strident consonants, which is more complicated, given a larger number of letters:

Strident  Group

z

s




r
         
ʒ

ʃ
         

l





ɮ


ɬ