Word Order and Sentence Structure[]

General Word Order
Subject Verb/Supine Direct Object Preposition Indirect Object Postposition
Noun Phrase Order
Determiner Noun Demonstrative Adjective Adverb
Relative Clause Order
Noun Phrase Verb Phrase/Participial Phrase
Verb/Gerund Phrase Order
Verb Preposition Gerund Postposition
Adpositional Phrase Order
Preposition Noun Postposition


Nouns are formed by adding the suffixes below. Nouns are obligatory in a sentence unless it can be replaced by a pronoun.

Gen -aŋkolçe**** -oŋkolçe -eŋkolçe
Dat -asaŋa -osaŋa -esaŋa
Acc -aȟaki -orȟaki -erȟaki
Nom -alwe -olwe -elwe
Ins -akoloǧe -okoloǧe -ekoloǧe
Loc -aře -oře -eře
Voc -aloǵ -oloǵ -eloǵ
Supe -ahron -ohron -ehron
Gen -ankolçep -oŋkolçeb -eŋkolçez
Dat -asaŋap -osaŋab -esaŋaz
Acc -aȟakip -orȟakib -erȟakiz
Nom -alwep -olweb -elwez
Ins -akoloǧep -okoloǧeb -ekoloǧez
Loc -ařep -ořeb -eřez
Voc -aloǵep -oloǵeb -eloǵez
Supe -ahronep -ohroneb -ehronez

****The first column represents the masculine forms, the second column represents the feminine forms, and the third column represents the godly forms.


Verbs are classified by 2 classes: obligatory and non-obligatory. Non-obligatory verbs such as "to be" do not have to appear in a sentence. Movement verbs such as "to walk" and "to swim" are non-obligatory, verbs that show bodily function such as "to eat" and "to sleep/nap" are also non-obligatory. Most other verbs are obligatory, as a general rule, any verb that seems uncertain as to which class it belongs in should be shown in the sentence. There are no irregular verbs. Third person is unmarked

Example "I am tall" -----> "I tall"

Infinitive "-ta"
Present Simple Singular
1st 2nd
-go -gö
-ga -gə
Present Progressive Singular
-ge -qa
-gu -gü