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  • a /ɑ/ adv. right
  • adint /ˈɑdint/ nn. distress
  • aeg /ˈɑeg/ v. disappoint
  • aggrün /ˈɑggryn/ v. tie
  • ahi /ˈɑhi/ v. crunchy
  • aka /ˈɑkɑ/ nf. chorus
  • akni /ˈɑkni/ v. deny
  • akord /ˈɑkord/ nf. hoax
  • aldrunt /ˈɑldrunt/ nn. passion
  • als /ɑls/ nf. accent
  • altreld /ˈɑltreld/ v. escalate
  • altron /ˈɑltron/ v. surpass
  • alu /ˈɑlu/ nm. premiere
  • angez /ˈɑngez/ nf. backpack
  • ankluchy /ˈɑnkluc/ nn. atmosphere
  • anstoi /ˈɑnstoi/ adj. divine, very good.
  • anu /ˈɑnu/ adj. upset
  • asels /ˈɑsels/ nm. diner
  • atgrü /ˈɑtgry/ nn. Beast of burden. Large plated horse like animal with elongated crest on it’s head, much like a Turian. It’s face is more like a cat face with large eyes and double mouth plating. From jaw down, it looks more like a horse. It has four triple jointed legs that end in a cleft hoof. No tail. Turian people do not eat this animal due to it’s face looking like one of their children. Creepy to think about eating.
  • aü /ˈɑy/ v. study
  • ayarx /ˈɑjɑrx/ nm. island
  • chyechy /cec/ nf. loop
  • chyen /cen/ nf. sex
  • chyerd /cerd/ nf. mess
  • chyhed /ched/ nf. Sausage of any dextro-based creature.
  • chyho /cho/ v. say
  • chyhochyuka /ˈchocukɑ/ v. plant/garden
  • chyhoi /ˈchoi/ adv. almost
  • chyhokne /ˈchokne/ nm. purpose
  • chyholdrold /ˈcholdrold/ nf. information
  • chyholtrechyudichy /ˈcholtreˌcudic/ nf. nutrition
  • chyholz /cholz/ adj. premier
  • chyhonochy /ˈchonoc/ v. peel
  • chyhorrachy /ˈchorrɑc/ nm. card
  • chyhosorachyi /ˈchosoˌrɑci/ v. inspect
  • chyhotgrü /ˈchotgry/ nf. property
  • chyhoxa /ˈchoxɑ/ nf. wind
  • chyia /ˈciɑ/ adj. smooth
  • chyichyu /ˈcicu/ v. fight
  • chyie /ˈcie/ v. like
  • chyikunt /ˈcikunt/ adj. notorious
  • chyilgreg /ˈcilgreg/ nn. candle
  • chyiltro /ˈciltro/ v. nod
  • chyin /cin/ nf. strip
  • chyingi /ˈcingi/ adv. lately
  • chyinoyt /ˈcinojt/ nf. pun
  • chyio /ˈcio/ nn. bit
  • chyiru /ˈciru/ n. endearment. Similar to being called ‘beautiful’, but really means something closer to ‘strip-tease’.
  • chyitgra /ˈcitgrɑ/ v. compromise
  • chyits /cits/ v. bow
  • chyixi /ˈcixi/ v. copy, imitate
  • chyiyt /cijt/ conj. but
  • chyochyeld /ˈcoceld/ adv. clearly
  • chyog /cog/ v. recognize
  • chyohu /ˈcohu/ nf. “wall of stone” stubborn person. Unmoving person. Set in their ways.
  • chyokl /cokl/ nf. wall
  • chyolatoki /ˈcolɑˌtoki/ nf. “Lump” similar to being called a couch potato. Lazy person. Rude, but not a curse.
  • chyoltra /ˈcoltrɑ/ v. arrest
  • chyolu /ˈcolu/ nm. Silver cabbage like plant eaten with meats
  • chyondrul /ˈcondrul/ v. smell (sense with nose)
  • chyonksünt /ˈconksynt/ v. inhale
  • chyont /cont/ v. sing
  • chyonz /conz/ v. dance
  • chyosont /ˈcosont/ nf. politics
  • chyots /cots/ adv. usually
  • chyoxu tochyo /ˈcoxu ˈtoco/ nf. Gossip, rumor
  • chyoyar /ˈchojɑr/ adj. fragile.
  • Chyoyaru /’chojarru/ n. fragile person. Insulting. Non-curse, but still rude.
  • chyozixa /ˈcozixɑ/ adj. useful
  • dahe /ˈdɑhe/ adj. pending
  • dalu /ˈdɑlu/ nf. mistake, error
  • darke /ˈdɑrke/ nm. key
  • daxa /ˈdɑxɑ/ nf. dispute
  • düchyiku /ˈdyciku/ v. distinguish
  • dühi /ˈdyhi/ n. death
  • duld /duld/ nn. noise
  • dültre /ˈdyltre/ nn. millennium
  • düni /ˈdyni/ nf. victory
  • dunoltrürrod /ˈdunolˌtryrrod/ v. instill
  • dütgro /ˈdytgro/ v. reject
  • dutirki /ˈdutirki/ nf. half
  • ega /ˈegɑ/ nf. Ass. Closer literal translation is cloaca. Curse towards another.
  • ego /ˈego/ v. state
  • ekatgrüa /ˈekɑtˌgryɑ/ adj. aware
  • eld /eld/ nm. view
  • eltrah /ˈeltrɑh/ nn. lace
  • eltrüh /ˈeltryh/ v. adopt
  • enen /ˈenen/ adj. sturdy
  • enii /ˈenii/ nf. worker, employee
  • ensti /ˈensti/ nn. expert
  • entrü /ˈentry/ nf. dune
  • era /ˈerɑ/ v. hail
  • esiald /ˈesiɑld/ adj. appropriate
  • etse /ˈetse/ nf. label
  • eyans /ˈejɑns/ nm. elevation
  • geg /geg/ nf. Credit chit
  • gez /gez/ nf. bachelor
  • gleangu /ˈgleɑngu/ adv. least
  • glego /ˈglego/ nn. slope
  • glekir /ˈglekir/ nm. mill
  • glekont /ˈglekont/ adj. excruciating
  • gleltren /ˈgleltren/ v. celebrate
  • glen /glen/ nf. sand
  • glengochy /ˈglengoc/ nn. scissors
  • glenksint /ˈglenksint/ nf. plight
  • glentre /ˈglentre/ v. place
  • glerd /glerd/ v. miss(not hit) or nm. Blunder, mess up.
  • gleta /ˈgletɑ/ v. sort
  • gleu /ˈgleu/ v. include
  • glexu /ˈglexu/ nm. widow
  • glyechye /ˈgljece/ nf. security
  • glyenint /ˈgljenint/ v. encourage
  • glyeont /ˈgljeont/ v. gasp
  • glyeys /gljejs/ nm. enrollment
  • glyod /gljod/ v. choose
  • glyoeyetgri /ˈgljoeˌjetgri/ nf. print
  • glyoglü /ˈgljogly/ adj. nasty
  • glyokard /ˈgljokɑrd/ v. shove
  • glyoku /ˈgljoku/ adj. hollow
  • glyoli /ˈgljoli/ nn. crate
  • glyoltriyt /ˈgljoltrijt/ nf. path
  • glyongal /ˈgljongɑl/ v. breed. In reference to animals.
  • glyontra /ˈgljontrɑ/ nn. Success prone.
  • glyonuchyi /ˈgljonuci/ adj. fashionable
  • glyot /gljot/ adj. immense
  • glyoü /ˈgljoy/ adj. easy
  • glyoyit /ˈgljojit/ nf. curtain
  • go nu /go nu/ pron. to him
  • god /god/ adj. close
  • goe /ˈgoe/ det. another
  • goho /ˈgoho/ nm. Chain(non-clothing item)
  • goko /ˈgoko/ nn. grid
  • golgrog /ˈgolgrog/ v. decay
  • goltrendextro /ˈgoltrenˌdextro/ n. Dextro-based person/animal/food/thing.
  • goltrüxi /ˈgoltryxi/ adj. available
  • gongichy /ˈgongic/ v. insure
  • gono /ˈgono/ nf. joint
  • gontraku /ˈgontrɑku/ nm. decision
  • gord /gord/ nf. rifle
  • gost /gost/ nm. Lingerie. Specifically chains worn around the waist to create sound by females, worn outside clothing. Accentuates waist slimness.
  • gotgro /ˈgotgro/ nf. industry
  • goxi /ˈgoxi/ nf. victim
  • goyuchy /ˈgojuc/ nm. tap
  • gregi /ˈgregi/ nf. Dump, drop onto.
  • hans /hɑns/ v. accept
  • hechyeltrihe /ˈhecelˌtrihe/ nn. dungeon
  • hexorarrog /ˈhexoˌrɑrrog/ nf. birth
  • hlyichye /ˈhljice/ adj. technical
  • hlyid /hljid/ nn. neighbor
  • hlyidunuk /ˈhljidunuk/ nf. anger
  • hlyikunt /ˈhljikunt/ nn. highlight
  • hlyilla /ˈhljillɑ/ adj. strong
  • hlyiltroldroltrachy /ˈhljiltrolˌdroltrɑc/ nm. entry
  • hlyindrorrenot /ˈhljindroˌrrenot/ nn. cove
  • hlyinit /ˈhljinit/ adj. prone
  • hlyins /hljins/ nn. parlor
  • hlyinuchy /ˈhljinuc/ nf. desert
  • hlyirrechy /ˈhljirrec/ v. fetch
  • hlyiülz /ˈhljiylz/ nf. Olive-like vegetable with a blue tint and green center.
  • hlyiyoneku /ˈhljijoˌneku/ nf. agreement
  • hlyold /hljold/ nn. bundle
  • hrakod /ˈhrɑkod/ nf. ocean
  • hrichy /hric/ nn. theory
  • hriku /ˈhriku/ nm. feeling
  • hrud /hrud/ nf. advertisement
  • hrüdal /ˈhrydɑl/ nm. defect
  • hrüenstüni /ˈhryensˌtyni/ nf. sin
  • hrügu /ˈhrygu/ nn. novel
  • hrükneys /ˈhryknejs/ nf. liquor
  • hruld /hruld/ pron. mine
  • hrüllü /ˈhrylly/ nn. rep
  • hrültrird /ˈhryltrird/ nf. bait
  • hrulz /hrulz/ nf. Rodent. Armadillo like creature plated down its back and tail. It has a dog like face, though it has mandibles and open mouths like Turians. It has a single mouth plate, and wide ridges above the eyes. Males have large claws. Turians both eat these and train them as military animals. Size of a small dog, at largest.
  • hründruh /ˈhryndruh/ adj. sad
  • hrüni /ˈhryni/ prep. versus
  • hrünont /ˈhrynont/ nm. Eagle-like creature that can not fly, instead uses it’s batlike wings to walk and climb. Long quill like scales give it the appearance of being feathered.
  • hrüntrütgra /ˈhryntrytgrɑ/ v. deposit
  • hrunuk /ˈhrunuk/ nf. heat
  • hrürrik /ˈhryrrik/ v. appeal
  • hrüult /ˈhryult/ v. cut
  • hruyt /hrujt/ nm. solo
  • id /id/ adj. small
  • ig /ig/ v. pull
  • igine /ˈigine/ adj. sincere
  • ihi /ˈihi/ v. cram
  • ikne /ˈikne/ v. blend
  • il /il/ num. first
  • iltra /ˈiltrɑ/ nn. junction
  • iltront /ˈiltront/ v. protect
  • indror /ˈindror/ v. leap
  • ingo /ˈingo/ v. respond
  • inksint /ˈinksint/ nf. textile
  • instexadak /ˈinsteˌxɑdɑk/ nn. catalogue
  • intro /ˈintro/ nf. present (gift)
  • ir /ir/ v. sneeze
  • irrog /ˈirrog/ nm. treason
  • ist /ist/ adj. crude
  • itgro /ˈitgro/ nn. bunker
  • iü /ˈiy/ nf. landlord
  • iyt /ijt/ nn. wardrobe
  • kava /kava/ n coffee
  • ketsi /ketsi/ nm. Café
  • ki /ki/ prep. at
  • kie /ˈkie/ nn. democracy
  • kiko /ˈkiko/ nn. calf
  • kilgrüg /ˈkilgryg/ v. clutch
  • kiltrik /ˈkiltrik/ v. thrill
  • kine /ˈkine/ v. avert
  • kingünt /ˈkingynt/ nf. schedule
  • kinonz /ˈkinonz/ interj. welcome
  • kintrankse /ˈkintrɑnkse/ v. foster
  • kirret /ˈkirret/ nf. rib
  • kist /kist/ v. spectate
  • kiug /ˈkiug/ nf. picnic
  • kiyik /ˈkijik/ nm. frame
  • küchyo /ˈkyco/ nn. column
  • küglantri /ˈkyglɑntri/ adj. fond
  • kükig /ˈkykig/ nn. genocide
  • külgrentro /ˈkylgrentro/ nf. broom
  • kültroxui /ˈkyltroˌxui/ conj. since
  • künge /ˈkynge/ adj. sarcastic
  • künksunt /ˈkynksunt/ v. classify
  • kürrok /ˈkyrrok/ adj. reluctant
  • kütu /ˈkytu/ nf. business
  • küyuh /ˈkyjuh/ nf. Stalemate/tie
  • lin /lin/ nf. moss
  • lod /lod/ nm. scope
  • loltren /ˈloltren/ nn. restaurant
  • lon /lon/ nn. appliance
  • lonteku /ˈlonteku/ nf. development
  • lotse /ˈlotse/ nf. illness
  • nadint /ˈnɑdint/ adj. vicious
  • nagu /ˈnɑgu/ adv. where
  • nald /nɑld/ v. join
  • nals /nɑls/ v. erupt
  • naltro /ˈnɑltro/ adj. objective
  • nangüchy /ˈnɑngyc/ adj. ripe
  • nantri /ˈnɑntri/ adj. boring
  • narrini /ˈnɑrrini/ adj. expensive
  • natl /nɑtl/ v. pray
  • naxa /ˈnɑxɑ/ nf. pressure
  • nechye /ˈnece/ nm. Armored buffalo like creature that lays eggs
  • neg /neg/ nn. dash
  • negloku /ˈnegloku/ nn. proof
  • nekirx /ˈnekirx/ nf. pen
  • nelare /ˈnelɑre/ nn. nail
  • neltregi /ˈneltregi/ adv. inevitably
  • nenechy /ˈnenec/ v. draw
  • nengi /ˈnengi/ v. devote
  • neninzi /ˈneninzi/ adj. healthy
  • nenstunult /ˈnenstunult/ nf. wheel
  • nenuls /ˈnenuls/ nf. present (time)
  • neü /ˈney/ v. alert
  • neyal /ˈnejɑl/ nf. counter (flat, elevated surface)
  • nu /nu/ prep. on
  • nüdi /ˈnydi/ v. straighten
  • nugi /ˈnugi/ nm. country
  • nukuo /ˈnukuo/ nf. remains
  • nültriyt /ˈnyltrijt/ nn. creme
  • nultro /ˈnultro/ v. promise
  • nuni /ˈnuni/ nn. appetite
  • nuntroi /ˈnuntroi/ adj. legal
  • nüro /ˈnyro/ adv. up
  • nurri /ˈnurri/ nm. extent
  • ochyi /ˈoci/ nn. knee
  • odont /ˈodont/ nn. mark
  • oga /ˈogɑ/ v. contrast
  • oha /ˈohɑ/ v. chase
  • okno /ˈokno/ nm. trench
  • oldruld /ˈoldruld/ nf. ivory
  • oltre /ˈoltre/ nn. breakdown
  • oltrochyotse /ˈoltroˌcotse/ v. shoot
  • oneku /ˈoneku/ nn. memory
  • onid /ˈonid/ nn. outcome
  • onont /ˈonont/ v. defy
  • ontre /ˈontre/ v. relate
  • oro /ˈoro/ prep. about (concerning)
  • osard /ˈosɑrd/ nn. haven
  • otgri /ˈotgri/ adj. severe
  • oüg /ˈoyg/ nf. Dragon fly like insect that pollinates Palaven flora.
  • oykü /ˈojky/ nf. fracture
  • ozo /ˈozo/ v. matter
  • qaknist /ˈqɑknist/ v. explode
  • qast /qɑst/ adv. maybe
  • rechy /rec/ nf. research
  • reld /reld/ nm. daughter
  • rene /ˈrene/ v. praise
  • rets /rets/ det. few
  • royt /rojt/ adv. soon
  • sichyu /ˈsicu/ adj. blank
  • sie /ˈsie/ nn. action
  • sihu /ˈsihu/ prep. except, besides
  • sildrexatsi /ˈsildreˌxɑtsi/ v. concentrate
  • siltrant /ˈsiltrɑnt/ nf. hood
  • silue /ˈsilue/ v. reinforce
  • singag /ˈsingɑg/ v. close
  • sinksont /ˈsinksont/ nf. potato
  • sintrü /ˈsintry/ v. compile
  • sisa /ˈsisɑ/ v. roar
  • sitsü /ˈsitsy/ nf. Peasant/civilian/non-military
  • siyed /ˈsijed/ nn. risk
  • sklü /skly/ v. exaggerate
  • sklüchyo /ˈsklyco/ v. validate
  • sklüdre /ˈsklydre/ nf. tray
  • sklügi /ˈsklygi/ nf. torso
  • sklükachyolla /ˈsklykɑˌcollɑ/ v. spoil
  • sklülgrük /ˈsklylgryk/ adv. either
  • sklültrüchyeonz /ˈsklyltryˌceonz/ adj. exact
  • sklünga /ˈsklyngɑ/ nm. total
  • sklünig /ˈsklynig/ adj. wide
  • sklüntrüldrunt /ˈsklyntryldrunt/ v. summon
  • sklürrorxegu /ˈsklyrrorˌxegu/ nf. veil
  • sklüu /ˈsklyu/ nf. ammunition
  • skya /ˈskjɑ/ adj. oral
  • skyachye /ˈskjɑce/ nf. predecessor
  • skyakna /ˈskjɑknɑ/ v. measure
  • skyaltrard /ˈskjɑltrɑrd/ v. wrestle
  • skyaltrüg /ˈskjɑltryg/ nn. vein
  • skyangent /ˈskjɑngent/ nm. message
  • skyanklots /ˈskjɑnklots/ v. withdraw
  • skyao /ˈskjɑo/ nf. shelf
  • skyatgra /ˈskjɑtgrɑ/ nf. appearance
  • skyaxo /ˈskjɑxo/ adj. transparent
  • skyud /skjud/ nn. engine
  • skyuknexa /ˈskjuknexɑ/ v. erode
  • skyut /skjut/ nf. interior
  • tirvanii /ˈtirvaˌnii/ nf. lover
  • tochyo /ˈtoco/ nf. night
  • todots /ˈtodots/ nf. dictionary
  • togu /ˈtogu/ v. wear
  • toko /ˈtoko/ nn. Pet name. Used for bondmates.
  • tole /ˈtole/ nn. success
  • toltrechye /ˈtoltrece/ nf. wealth
  • toltrog /ˈtoltrog/ v. obsess
  • tone /ˈtone/ v. try
  • tonksunt /ˈtonksunt/ v. abuse
  • tontranichy /ˈtontrɑnic/ v. hate
  • tord /tord/ v. base
  • tota /ˈtotɑ/ v. blast
  • toxa /ˈtoxɑ/ v. wonder
  • toykü /ˈtojky/ nn. pasta
  • tria /ˈtriɑ/ nm. sea
  • trid /trid/ v. deal
  • trie /ˈtrie/ adj. rough
  • trih /trih/ nf. mind
  • triko /ˈtriko/ nm. trader
  • trile /ˈtrile/ adj. jolly
  • triltri /ˈtriltri/ v. elaborate
  • tringa /ˈtringɑ/ v. permit
  • tringoz /ˈtringoz/ nf. reservation
  • trinsto /ˈtrinsto/ pron. someone
  • trio /ˈtrio/ adv. about
  • trit /trit/ v. attend
  • tritsi /ˈtritsi/ nm. misery
  • triyechy /ˈtrijec/ nm. boss
  • triza /ˈtrizɑ/ adj. nice
  • tron /tron/ adj. loyal
  • tsachyiku /ˈtsɑciku/ nm. spelling
  • tsadrü /ˈtsɑdry/ v. induce
  • tsak /tsɑk/ nf. tribute
  • tsald /tsɑld/ nf. century
  • tsan /tsɑn/ nf. posture
  • tsao /ˈtsɑo/ adj. special
  • tsarxa /ˈtsɑrxɑ/ adv. tonight
  • tsxad /tsxɑd/ nn. eyelid
  • tsxakl /tsxɑkl/ adj. superb
  • tsxan /tsxɑn/ nf. horn
  • tsxar /tsxɑr/ nn. armour
  • tsxe /tsxe/ v. get
  • tsxedri /ˈtsxedri/ adv. so
  • tsxei /ˈtsxei/ v. deliver
  • tsxeko /ˈtsxeko/ v. implement
  • tsxeltrag /ˈtsxeltrɑg/ nf. fuse
  • tsxens /tsxens/ nn. Bastard/bare-faced
  • tsxerd /tsxerd/ nf. goal
  • tsxeto /ˈtsxeto/ v. bolster
  • turian /ˈturian/ nn. person
  • uchyehu /ˈucehu/ nn. fence
  • üchyi /ˈyci/ nf. vendor
  • üdik /ˈydik/ adj. confident
  • üen /ˈyen/ nm. match
  • ügo /ˈygo/ nn. glue
  • ühu /ˈyhu/ nf. wound
  • üki /ˈyki/ det. both
  • üknüst /ˈyknyst/ nf. continent
  • üldrint /ˈyldrint/ nn. brain
  • uls /uls/ adj. practical
  • ültre /ˈyltre/ v. investigate
  • ültrik /ˈyltrik/ nn. ward
  • ültrügeku /ˈyltryˌgeku/ nf. behaviour
  • un /un/ nf. fruit
  • uniltrüz /ˈuniltryz/ nf. prospect
  • ünt /ynt/ nm. tattoo
  • üntrüchyungochy /ˈyntryˌcungoc/ nm. attic
  • ünuuk /ˈynuuk/ nn. length
  • üre /ˈyre/ adj. viable
  • ürrüg /ˈyrryg/ nn. question
  • usaltrütgra /ˈusɑlˌtrytgrɑ/ nf. portion
  • ütgrünstu /ˈytgrynstu/ nf. deed
  • uürd /ˈuyrd/ nf. interview
  • üxo /ˈyxo/ v. enter
  • üyog /ˈyjog/ nf. perfume
  • uzultrekok /ˈuzulˌtrekok/ v. proclaim
  • ven /ven/ nm. a planet
  • xachyo /ˈxɑco/ v. march
  • xaltrerdeku /ˈxɑltrerˌdeku/ nf. description
  • xangi /ˈxɑngi/ v. boil
  • xantra /ˈxɑntrɑ/ nf. paradise
  • xar /xɑr/ nf. complex
  • xatgre /ˈxɑtgre/ v. regret
  • xaxu /ˈxɑxu/ nf. second
  • xechyechyi /ˈxececi/ nn. mass
  • xeg /xeg/ v. marry
  • xek /xek/ nm. line
  • xeld /xeld/ v. dominate
  • xeltre /ˈxeltre/ nf. Egg. There is only one edible type of egg to turians, and they are large, coming from buffalo-sized egg laying creatures.
  • xen /xen/ nf. fiction
  • xenichy /ˈxenic/ nf. technology
  • xenolt /ˈxenolt/ adv. basically
  • xenun /ˈxenun/ nf. memento
  • yi /ji/ v. call
  • yilt /jilt/ nf. rival
  • yüa /ˈjyɑ/ v. drain
  • yüdik /ˈjydik/ nm. toast
  • yüha /ˈjyhɑ/ nf. formula
  • yüngochy /ˈjyngoc/ adv. yesterday
  • yünol /ˈjynol/ nn. conviction
  • yüont /ˈjyont/ nm. well
  • yüzerranstü /ˈjyzeˌrrɑnsty/ v. produce
  • zehi /ˈzehi/ v. vote
  • zeltrig /ˈzeltrig/ nn. vehicle
  • zenu /ˈzenu/ nm. career
  • zete /ˈzete/ adj. mid
  • zexa /ˈzexɑ/ nf. toy

 

 

                                                

Singular                                                             

Nominative

Masculine

man

tur /tur/

men

Suffix: -(i)g /-(i)g/ turig /ˈturig/

Feminine

woman

tir /tir/

women

Suffix: -(a)r /-(ɑ)r/ tirar /ˈtirɑr/

Accusative

Masculine

man

Suffix: -(i)ld /-(i)ld/ turild /ˈturild/

men

Suffix: -ü /-y/ turü /ˈtury/

Feminine

woman

Suffix: -(a)nt /-(ɑ)nt/ tirant /ˈtirɑnt/

women

Suffix: -(ü)ts /-(y)ts/ tirüts /ˈtiryts/

 

 

Definite article

                            Singular                                                   

                     Plural

Masculine

the [man]

tsant /

the [men]

tsint /

Neutral

the [cat]

xa /

the [cats]

xi /

Feminine

the [woman]

sald

the [women]

sild/

 

Derivational morphology

Adjective → noun = suffix -uk
Noun → adjective = suffix -i
Noun → verb = If ends with vowel: suffix -ne
Else: suffix -ɑne
Verb → noun = If ends with vowel: suffix -ku
Else: suffix -eku
Verb → adjective = suffix -i
Adjective → adverb = If ends with vowel: suffix -ld
Else: suffix -ɑld
One who Xs (e.g. paint → painter) = suffix -i
Place of (e.g. wine → winery) = If ends with vowel: suffix -tsi
Else: suffix -etsi
Diminutive = suffix -ɑ
Augmentative = If ends with vowel: suffix -ld
Else: suffix -ɑld