This looks like it was inspired by Finnish, although it looks Sámi more than anything...
Yes, you're right. It is inspired by Finnish. If it turned out looking more like Sámi, then that's pretty cool too, because a) while I may have modeled the language on Finnish, I don't actually want it to be so like Finnish that one might say "Yeah, that's Finnish." So if it actually turned out looking a little more like another nearby related language like Sámi, which I've never studied, then that's pretty awesome, and b) I actually have some Samese blood in me, so that's cool.
And while it is *inspired* by Finnish, the grammar is really very different. Duojjin and Finnish both use noun cases, but past that, they're really very different.
And since this Scandinavian trend is going on, this looks like a Norse descendant. Do you have a grammar for either language I can go look at?
Once again, sir, you are correct. The primary influences on this language are Old Norse, Norwegian, English, German, Hungarian and French. With the first three mentioned being the heavier influences and the second three mentioned being the weaker influences. I do not have a grammar in writing for Nåðykk (although it certainly exists within my head). For the most part, however, Nåðykk's grammar is identical to English, but closer to the fashion in which Iqbal from Bromwell High speaks. There is no plural form of the copula, and the copula is always necessary even in past and future tense. (examples: Hvo yk twr? (Who is you?) / Vo yk dyt twr mi tar? (Why is did you do that?)) (So you might be able to read that better: the Ys are read like the i in "tin," and the Is are read like the ea in "leaf," and the Ws are vowels (and never a consonant) that is read like the oo in "food." Rs are popped instead of trilled. Everything else about reading Nåðykk is pretty straight forward)
I do, however, have a written out grammar for Duojjin. It's not complete, but there is a great deal of it there. You can read about it here: viewtopic.php?f=11&t=305
I actually posted this a looong time ago, but since nobody seemed to have even the slightest bit of interest in it, I just kind of stopped making posts. I would be interested in finishing it though. There's only a few elements left to include, such as the surity particles.
What were your reasons to think that my base was Slovenian? I'm kinda curious now, haha...
It was the phonology. Your choice of sounds. Especially your use of the letter c.
Sein tajjinen puhun'hjeivahjeiö. (This talk of languages pleases me.