Nouns can end in all consonants and all vowels except for a, and 'i. Nouns are very complicated, especially in cases other than the nominative. Nouns follow a case system, and has over 50 cases. 22 of them dealing with location and movement, 19 with temporal-based matters, 8 for sentence order and such. In all pther cases other than the nominative,adjectives will fuse with the noun which they are descrbing in a simple way. For example cat is 'reu' and cute is 'bellmia'. To say 'cute cat' one would write it as Reu"bellmia. Verbally, one would say the noun, have a brief pause and continue starting from the last letter of the noun and combining it with the first letter of the adjective. So one would phonetically say, " Reu'ubellmia ", with the apostrophe signaling the break between the noun and the adjective. The break is important as it may cause confusion as to what the word is reffering to. For example, the Reubell means cowbell and mia is mine if the speaker is feminine or yours if the speaker is masculine. If the word is broken up into Re and ubellmia, Re means boat and ubellmia means futuristic. So, if there was no break in the noun-adjective fusion, Reubellmia could be 'cute cat', 'my/your cowbell', depending on the speaker's gender, or 'futuristic rowboat'.Also,if you were to attach 2 adjectives, and all have thesame effect to the contex''''t, like beautiful and smart (Positive) or ugly and dumb (Negative) or Red and Green (Neutral), just continue attaching adjectives to the back and writing and saying them following the same rules,but you will need to remove the letter a from the back of the first adjective, yet pronounce it as you would as if it were a standalone adjective. For example, Bella means beautiful, so, A cute, beautiful cat is written as Reu"bellmi"bella and pronounced Reu'ubellmi'ubella. If the adjectives are of a different group, the noun and process has to be repeated over. For example, a cute (bellmia), beautiful, (bella), stupid (boka), fluffy (purxka) cat is reu'bellmi"bella reu"boka reu"purxka.
Verbs have a complicated way of conjugated following a very complex system of rules. It follows a Lato-Italic conjugation system, but is generally easier as the forms use suffixes instead of a different form. The order in which the suffixes are added are:PNG, tense, mood. PNG is short for Person vs Number vs Gender. They are basically pronoun-like endings and there are 13 of them. There are 8 basic tenses and 7 moods. The querical mood is the only reason a verb must be at the back. Otherwise, the word order of every single word in a clause can be ordered in any way.