For most of the Babyish adjectives (adjektivs), there are suffices at the end as indication. By definition:

Adjektivs-wa wöds für diskribiŋ nauns.
(Adjectives are words for describing nouns.

There are several kinds of suffices:

-i Edit

"-i" is attached to simple adjectives. For example,

  • "Yo-i" (Good)
  • "Hon-i" (Cold)
  • "Sü-i" (Babyish and Sheepness) or "Yìt-i" (Sheepness only) (Hot)
  • "Uma-i" (delicious)

Note: For Muijüish, all "-i" will becomes "-jü". For example, "gui-i" becomes "gui-jü" (Tired).

-i with -naEdit

There are only four special occassions that the "-i" with "-na" combination is used for adjectives with several words. They are:


This occasion happens when an adjective is used to further describe another person or thing. For example:

  • Süi (hot) --> Süina tinhěi (hot weather)

-jü Edit

"-jü" is used by all speeches for "Woŋjü-jü". It derives from Woŋjü.

-na Edit

"-na" is attached to adjectives with several phonemes. For example:

  • "Koubu-i" (terrifying)
  • "ŋānfàn-i" (Sleepy)

Note: For Muijüish, all "-na" will becomes "-jü" as well. For example, "ŋānfàn-i" becomes "ŋānfàn-jü" (Sleepy).

-no Edit

"-no" is not common. Here are some of the examples:

  • "Fài-no tid" (Rusted or scrapped iron)

-wo Edit

Used mainly for Muijüish. For example,

Yo-i (Babyish) --> Hou-wo (Muijüish)

See also Edit

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