Grammar

VSO

Agglutinative

Polysynthetic

subject:
1st person singular [I]: a-
2nd person singular: na-
2nd person imperative: nja-
3rd person singular [he/she/it]: be- [only used formally to specify “he/she/it”]
1st person plural [we]: tin-

object
1st person singular [me]: -la-
2nd person singular: -an-
3rd person singular [him/her/it]: -leb-

reflexive:
1st person plural [ourselves]: -tion-

past tense:
-mi-

future tense:
-ze-

possessor prefixes:
1st person singular [my]: o-
2nd person singular [your]: no-
3rd person singular [his/her/its]: bo-
1st person plural [our]: tain-

Tonality

Normally, words have a flat tone, though when infixed to create a unique word, the first vowel has a descending tone, any tones in the middle retain a flat tone, and the final vowel has an ascending tone.

Reduplicative Plurality and Intensification

Infixes

In order to create a unique word, the words that are the object of modification are placed outside the word that modifies it.

Omnipredicativity

Derivational Suffixes

derivational:
-(k)ian: to provide with/to become
-(l)ue: to use
-iu: “hood/” “ness”
-ot: “full of…/” “lot of…”

Measure words
zhri: for number of stars/points of light