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1 apt

me

singular first person

pronoun Rachel Wil Sha Singh
2 eis

you

singular second person

pronoun Rachel Wil Sha Singh
3 de

they, it

singular third person

pronoun Rachel Wil Sha Singh
4 aptex

we (inclusive)

plural first person

pronoun
5 aptex nobeis

we (exclusive)

plural first person

pronoun
6

and

7

or

8 nob

not

Chris Mason/Rachel Wil Sha Singh
9 -x

plural marker suffix, if word ends in vowel. To be pronounced like s, but you put the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth and force the air around the sides of it, through your molars

plural suffix

Chris Mason
10 -ex

plural marker suffix, if word ends in consonant. To be pronounced like s, but you put the tip of your tongue on the roof of your mouth and force the air around the sides of it, through your molars

plural suffix

Chris Mason
11 no-

negation marker prefix, if word begins with consonant

negation prefix

Chris Mason
12 nob-

negation marker prefix, if word begins with vowel

negation prefix

Chris Mason
13 -boo

object marker suffix, if not in OVS order.

object suffix

14 snap-

past

verb prefix

tense Frédérick Rondeau
15 krakl-

present

verb prefix

tense Frédérick Rondeau
16 pop-

future

verb prefix

tense Frédérick Rondeau
17 oyce

squeegee

noun

Alexa Summers
18 toyg

mayor

noun

Alexa Summers
19 ympt

lamp

noun

Alexa Summers
20 budee

friend

noun

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
21 flup

language

noun

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
22 toop

to poop

verb

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
23 jik

to run like half of Philadelphia was chasing your ass

verb

Ben Speakmon
24 arbee

to be

verb

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
25 ai

to see

verb

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
26 wana

to want, to want to…

verb

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
27 tater

question marker

put at beginning of sentence

question marker Rachel Wil Sha Singh
28 -mee

possessor suffix, like ‘s

possessor suffix

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
29 upo

which person/thing, who, what

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
30 dapo

that person/thing, that

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
31 lapo

this person/thing, this

32 apo

any person/thing, anybody, anything

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
33 alpo

every person/thing, everybody, everything

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
34 nopo

no person/thing, nobody, nothing

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
35 ulok

which place, where

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
36 dalok

that place, there

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
37 lalok

this place, here

38 alok

any place, anywhere

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
39 alalok

every place, everywhere

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
40 nolok

no place, nowhere

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
41 uampam

which time, when

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
42 dampam

that time, then

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
43 lampam

this time, now

44 amapama

any time

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
45 alamapam

every time, forever

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
46 nampam

no time, never

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
47 many

48 some

49 few

50 ?

zero (0), base 5 counting system

number

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
51 ?

one (1), base 5 counting system

number

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
52 ?

two (2), base 5 counting system

number

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
53 ?

three (3), base 5 counting system

number

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
54 ?

four (4), base 5 counting system

number

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
55 ?

animal

noun, adjective

56 ?

human

noun, adjective

57 ?

plant

noun, adjective

58 ?

element, general term for something that is inanimate and natural; not a plant or animal.

noun, adjective

59 ?

food

noun

60 ?

drink

noun

61 ?

left

62 ?

right

63 ?

north

64 ?

south

65 ?

east

66 ?

west

67 ?

if

68 ?

then

69 ?

because

70 la

near

Rachel Wil Sha Singh
71 da

far

Rachel Wil Sha Singh