The A, B, D, E, F, G, H, I, K, L, M, N, O, P, R, S, T, U, V, and Z and are always written in all upper-case letters.
Every noun in UNI is three characters long and made plural by appending the noun with "I". More descriptive words are made by compounding words together with a hyphen ("-") separating them.
Verbs are made by prefixing a noun with "A" (there are many exceptions to this rule, however). The future tense is denoted by sufixing a "M" after the "A" and the past tense by a "T" after the "A".
The prefix "BA" when applied to a noun represent a larger version of it and "BE" represents a smaller version. The prefix "O" creates a word meaning the opposite of its root.
The numbers are ZE, UN, TO, TI, KA, SI, SA, ET, PO, NI. Higher numbers are made by writing out each individual place of the number; so, ten would be UNZE and a hundred would be UNZEZE. The names of the months are the number prepended with the letter I (January = IUN, February = ITO, etc.).