This is my own language (with a bit of Czech).
The name of the language (Rokrizychan) is deprived from "Rokrizyč" or "Rokridost zyčez", which literally means "interesting language".
The language uses a VSO (Verb-Subject-Object) sentence structure (i.e. "I eat food", which is SVO (Subject-Verb-Object), would become "eat I food", which would translate to "jekoč Jy sňykoudé" as apposed to "Jy jekoč sňykoudé"). Seeing that I don't know how to set it up that way, just write your sentences that in the VSO sentence structure.
The word "an" can be either "k" or "di", but when a word before/after "an" ends in "k", it is "di".
Ah sound= á (ɑ)
Ey sound= é (ɛɪ)
Yeh sound= ě (iɛ)
Eye sound= í (/iː/)
Aw sound= ó (ɒ)
Ooh sound= ú (ʉ)
Ee sound= y (/i/)
Ih sound= ý (ɪ)
G (like the g in “beige”) sound= ž (ʑ)
Sh sound= š (ɕ)
Ch sound= č (t͡ʃ)
Oh sound= ou (oʊ)
ř= sound made by trilling (optional) and biting down ([r] or ɾ)
ď= t sound + tongue pressed to hard palate (t͡s)
žč= zsh sound (ž + š)
ň= knee sound (ɲ)
If you could think of a better name, please let me know!