Elliott Belser wrote: << Adjectives in Ng'and'ana can be a... hmmn... let's say 'ideal' aggluginated onto a word, or just the word with the suffix marker 'u. Umbr is 'darkness.' Umbr'u is 'dark.' Or, 'Anya' is 'female.' 'Anya'u' is 'feminine.' A 'dark woman' is Umbr'any'adi, Dark+Female+adi (a gender that marks the word as referring to a type of person). Need another example? Obal is 'moon' or 'insanity.' Umbr'obal is 'Dark+Insanity' or melancholy, while creativity is Mah'obal or 'Good insanity.' Ama mah'obal, ae? >> What does the apostrophe represent in your orthography?