te-vi neratata uvor gau itlasa. Neth-ni baktu gau reri-ni kotaksa, ut liri-le shashag, ua liri-le ul kirtka. Oa-he tina paktu ze, kau-le me far kitka. Nefrusa cau-lo! Tea-le nura ulpuksa munmun; tea-ni levruz-ni.
Recite the book of the primal chaos: The essence of the sea of chaos is contending things, so that they remain still, and do not move. When a magician dips from this sea, the chaos begins to move very much. Beautiful chaos! Thou art full of endless bits of information; thou art the world.
far very much, exceedingly
The subject of the sentence takes a mood particle as follows:
Verbs in the present tense end in -a, past tense -o, and future tense -iv.
Verbal endings modify the meanings of verbs as follows:-ra perfective aspect
-sh(i) passive voice
Nouns form their genitives by voicing the first sound. Cau - chaos, gau - of chaos. Nouns beginning in vowels add n-. Uvor - book, nuvor - of a book.
-r- is a negative infix., -ni a copulative suffix, -sa an adjective suffix that makes adjectives from verbs and nouns.
© Irina Rempt, Patrick Dunn 2001