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väkansa, väkansa forged
Native speakers
  • 15 million native speakers (2019)
  • 2.3 Million L2 students (2019)
Isolate language
  • Old Cazeisian (extinct)
Latin (Vacansian alphabet) (mainly)
Vacansian braile
Official status
Official language in
Regulated byNational Intitute of Vacansa
Language codes
ISO 639-1vk
ISO 639-2vac
ISO 639-3vak
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Vacansian (/bæˈkansiən/ Väkansa forged) , is an isolate language that originated in the southeastern of Wulfor and today is language with around 15 million native speakers, mainly in Vacansa and the diasporas.

Vacansian is an isolate language, which evolved from Old Cazesian in Vacansa after the collapse of the Kingdom of Cazeisia in the 19th century. The oldest Old Cazesian text with traces of Vacansian come from mid-northern Vacansa in the 12th century with the name "Kismo, kismo".

Sometimes the vacansian language is related with the Simakhastasian, spoken only by a little group of people in the district of Voreti.

Vacansian alphabet[edit]

A B Þ D E F G I X K L M N O P R S T U V ¨
A Be Þe De E Fa Ge Iat Xat Ka Lad Mi Ni O Pei Ru Sei Tei U Vep -
[a] [b] [θ] [d] [e] [f] [ɢ] [i, j] [x] [k] [l] [m] [n] [o] [p] [r, ɾ, ɹ] [s] [t] [y] [v] Acute accent


Vacansian language has three genres: male (i, in), female (ë, ën) and neutral (u, un); two numbers: singular and plural (-n); three declensions and five cases.

Declension ä[edit]

Example: house

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Nemä Nemi
Accusative Nemid Nemud
Dative Nëmsa Nïmnäs
Genitive Nemesä Nemesääda
Ablative Neësme Nämstä

Declension ei[edit]

Example: girl

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Latei Letis
Accusative Latäna Laite
Dative Latëma Lemarad
Genitive Länas Länibai
Ablative Lunesai Linömï

Declension era[edit]

Example: book

Case Singular Plural
Nominative Nugiera Nugï
Accusative Nugäs Nuema
Dative Nuginë Nusied
Genitive Nvliti Nvlagise
Ablative Nuläsën Nulamedï



Bilabial Labio-dental Dental Alveolar Post-alveolar Palatal Velar Uvular Pulmonic
Nasal m n
Stop b, p d t k q, ɢ
Affricative sibilant ɖʐ, tʃ, dz
Sibilant fricative s ʃ
Non-sibilant fricative f, v θ x
Approximant ɹ j
Tap/Flap ɾ
Trill r


Front Central Back
Close I · y u
Close-mid e o
Open-mid œ ɜ ɔ
Near-open æ ɐ
Open a ä

Personal pronouns[edit]

Singular Plural
1st person Ni Nin/Nën
2nd person Lab Lip/Lëp
3rd person Sig/Sëg/Sug Sis/Sës/Sus

Some verbs[edit]

Present simple[edit]

Example: walk

Ni Tasi
Lab Tasab
Sig/Sëg/Sug Tasanig/Tasanëg/Tasanug
Nin/Nën Tasin/Tasën
Lip/Lëp Tasirip/Tasirëp
Sis/Sës/Sus Tasis/Tasës/Tasus

Past simple[edit]

Example: walk

Ni Tassin
Lab Tassap
Sig/Sëg/Sug Tassis/Tassës/Tassus
Nin/Nën Tassim/Tassëm
Lip/Lëp Tassil/Tassël
Sis/Sës/Sus Tassif/Tassëf/Tassuf

Future simple[edit]

Example: walk

Ni Tani
Lab Taner
Sig/Sëg/Sug Tanomi/Tanomë/Tanomu
Nin/Nën Tanin/Tanën
Lip/Lëp Taniril/Tanirël
Sis/Sës/Sus Tanomin/Tanomën/Tanomun