Adjectives and Adverbs

Adjectives and adverbs are non-declinable.

Adjective Type 1 Adverb
rubeal quickly, quicklius, quicklisset

Adverbs come directly from English. Adjectives are pretty English derived, what with the -al stem. The catch is, however: adjectives HAVE to end in -al and normal adverbs HAVE to end in -ly.

Types of Adverbs

Some adverbs have different uses than you'd think an adverb would, such as "Why". The following adverbs are special words:

Migrating Adjectives

  • From English (-al only): These adjectives come directly in.
  • From Latin: use -al as an ending (i.e. rubeal)
  • From Spanish: same as nouns, but add -al to the stem (i.e. claro -> claral, constante -> constantal).

Migrating Adverbs

  • From English (-ly only): These adverbs come directly in.
  • From Spanish (-mente only): replace -mente with -ly or -ily (i.e. claro -> clarily, constante -> constantly [which is the same as English]).


Since numbers are adjectives, the following is a list of numbers in their decimal notation and notation in words.

# Ordinal Cardinal
1 unial uneral
2 duial dueral
3 tripial triperal
4 quadial quaderal
5 quintial quinteral
6 hexial hexeral
7 septial septeral
8 octial octeral
9 novial noveral
10 decial deceral

Note that the adjective "new" translates to "noval," and "nine" translates to "novial."

# Ordinal Cardinal
20 decoduial decodueral
25 decoduotripial decodutriperal
30 decotripial decotriperal
100 dedecial dedeceral
200 deduial dedueral
1000 thousial thouseral
1e4 unorial unoreral
1e5 undecorial undecoreral
1e6 duorial duoreral
1e9 triporial triporeral
Prefix Root Suffix
de dec ial
du or ial
deco, duo trip ial
deco du ial
-- un ial

The number stem can have an -o- to add a digit for numbers up to 1000. Above 999, after the -or-, add the other digit stems, going down as you go. For 1246, for example, it would come out to be thousodeduoquadohexial.