Adjectives in Breehah

Lesson 4
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Adjectives in breehah are a bit irregular. Most of the time the adjective is suffixed to the noun they describe. However, sometimes they are kept separate and follow the noun. This is typical in sentences that mere state the noun is X. In rare cases they preceed the noun they modify. And sometimes they are prefixed to the noun. This is usually in established compound words and  mainly due to conventions being established over time and being carried over to the modern language.

Words which are not adjectives by nature can be made adjectival by the addition of the suffix -d. In ancient times the suffix was the syllable -di. This form survives in a few words in the language, but there are many ‘false’ apparent adjectives. Always consult the dictionary to determine he nature of words.

There is  a tiny card stack of some comon adjectives here [link]

Don’t forget Tiny Cards!


The fruit is red [hi’mer nop bar]

A big jiBAI flies over [jiBAI’jaPE sooNAIP loSE]

A human has two legs [kahPOO hoip SAAmi tolob] (or) A human is two-legged [kahPOO nop TOlo’SAAmitor]

The big city is my home [hi’BOInabik’jaPE nop SIlo’hoom]

This paper is clean. [ki groo nop leMAI]

This clean paper is yours [ ki groo’leMAI nop haim]

I saw a calm fish [ hoo saap KARbu’ROOnoo]

Do you see the small cart? [hais saap hi’nooGAH’rBAH?]

Bad humans killed many breehah. [kahpoob’ne moiTARgun breehah’boid]

Her bread was especially delicious [AIjo haaBAIM non luJEG doBEsah]



One Response to “Adjectives in Breehah”

  1. A Conlang Named Breehah | A Koplushian's Blog Says:

    […] Lesson one Lesson two – pronounciation Lesson three – Numbers Lesson four – Adjectives […]

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