Category:Verbal Categories
Feature:The Prohibitive WALS
Name:Normal imperative + special negative
Languages (130):
Conlangs (88):
Viksen
Ayasthi
Héhà
Senjecas
The imperative (and subjunctive) negative is 'mę'.
Classical Arithide
Modern Arithide
Neo-Khitanese
Imuthan
Kiassan Turasta
Sjal
Alopian
Avorenta
Lhenazi
Moten
Ishtol
Proto-Kunnu-lujungo
Thiuas
Ngaru
Avrelang
Klingon
Ataican
Gac
Celinese
Zorillo
Majlang
Sakawi
Tsolyani
Arroe
Ieteje
Qitatyattas
yiqa' yiywos
toka na musume
L'starfish Klam
Town Speech
Kopfberger German
Okuna
Hercsex
donawean
Alakulian
Necarasso Cryssesa
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Old Zarcosian
Shokitin
Snahhian
Netagin The prohibitive uses a particle, whereas negation of the indicative is affixal.
Alashian
Raxic
Bơlơn
Meino
Sunbyaku
Kuty
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Alumian
Nuvelé
Lanbuvia
Riagi
Ccharthii
Sǔra
Khanese
Mezhat
Averagelang
Omayna
Mira
Siaswo
Delniit
Mli Vjacgu
Cheklomino
Tnaaq
Kaingu
Haotyetpi
Thuun
Trayks
Omnizzabon
Ɣu
EML
Mayato MKII
Tajju-njo Gwa
Lagu
Selade
Average Conlang
Istokahi
Anxian
Brasarg
Laga
ExoticLang
Sambahsa
Huttese (fanmade)

Natlangs (42):
Mandarin
Hungarian
Indonesian
Japanese
Finnish
Acoma
Ainu
Arapesh
Burmese
Chamorro
Epena Pedee
Ewe
Fijian
Hindi
Hmong Njua
Ingush
Iraqw
Ju|'hoan
Ket
Khalkha
Khmer
Khoekhoe
Kilivila
Korean
Maybrat
Mixtec (Chalcatongo)
Mangarrayi
Nunggubuyu
Oneida
Oromo (Harar)
Paumari
Quechua (Imbabura)
Sanuma
Supyire
Tagalog
Thai
Vietnamese
Wari'
Yukaghir (Kolyma)
Cree (Plains)
Ika
Irish