Category:Word Order
Feature:Order of Subject, Object and Verb WALS
Name:OVS
Languages (20):
Conlangs (18):
Klingon
Lembrin
Pasgemanh
Torete
Ngovasi
Celinese

Word order in Celinese is flexible, but for ordinary statements, OVS is the most common order, though there is no one 'usual order' but rather dozens, depending on context. Other orders are frequently used, but have different nuances.

Proto-Frinthan

The order changes from OVS to OSV in relative clauses, e.g.

Hūtes pyous i aikanan Xyūdarpūwaməh. - wonderful stone ACC discover.PST Xyūdarpūwam.NOM - Xyūdarpūwam discovered a wonderful stone.

Xyūdarpūwaməh aikane k hūtes pyousəh . - Xyūdarpūwam.NOM discover GEN wonderful stone - a wonderful stone Xyūdarpūwam discovered

Omluuet
Idhunaic
Haneko
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Old Greedian
Iloyan
Common Honey
Kachan
Akachenti has relatively free word order but default OVS. In single-word sentences, the unmarked order is PVA or VS.
Dearean
Zdetl
Kavrinian

Natlangs (2):
Hixkaryana
Mangarrayi