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USE THIS GUIDE TO MAKE COMPOUND YGYDE WORDS
January 22, 2017

The first letter of the word is called prefix. All words are divided into classes determined by the prefix and by length of the word.

PREFIX TABLE
prefix length
of word
(number
of letters)
class
vowel
1
Functional vowels are listed in the preposition table.
conso-
nant
2
Names of Ygyde letters and scientific constants, e.g., Π, e, speed of light.
conso-
nant
4
Names of scientific variables (e.g., ordinate, mass, viscosity) are made of one syllable from the adjective table followed by one syllable from the noun table.
conso-
nant
6
Proper nouns are made of two syllables from the adjective table followed by one syllable from the noun table. If the last syllable is be (plant), bo (animal), py (person = citizen), de (language), ty (country), ga (money = currency), gu (liquid = ocean or lake), gi (pump = geyser or hydrothermal vent), ka (valve = volcano), wa (tape = peninsula), ke (soft solid = glacier), zu (city), sa (concavity = valley), se (protrusion = mountain), sy (part = province), so (group = archipelago), ju (road = highway), we (sheet = continent), wy (surface = island), mo (fusion = gulf), my (separation = strait), or ni (path = river), the proper noun is a global geographic name. A noun following the proper noun transforms the proper noun into an adjective. If the last syllable is ji (place), the proper noun is a global place, which is a crude (300 km resolution) geographic location. If the last syllable is ca (address), the proper noun is a local address. If the last syllable is zo (building), the proper noun is a short building name. Details are described before the geographic table.
conso-
nant
8
Long names are divided into long geographic names, long building names, and names of people. The first syllable of a long geographic name is arbitrary. The remaining syllables are the same as the syllables of the global geographic names. The first syllable of a long building name is arbitrary. The remaining syllables are the same as the syllables of the short building names. The last syllable of the first name of a person is da (name). The remaining syllables encode geographic coordinates of birth place and year of birth. The last syllable of the last name of a person is py (person). The remaining syllables encode biometric features: skin color, eye color, length of nose and head, protruding cheek bones and brows, prognathism, relative length of fingers, gender, etc.
conso-
nant
10
Multicellular names are precise biological names of multicellular plants and animals.
conso-
nant
12
Monocellular names are precise biological names of monocellular (single cell) organisms and viruses.
a
3
Common adjectives are listed in the adjective table.
a
5
Adjectives are made of letter a followed by one syllable from the adjective table, followed by one syllable from the noun table.
a
7
Adjectives are made of letter a followed by two syllables from the adjective table, followed by one syllable from the noun table.
e
3
Time periods are listed in the time table.
e
5
Adjectives are made of letter e followed by two syllables from the noun table.
e
7
Adjectives are made of letter e followed by one syllable from the adjective table, followed by two syllables from the noun table.
y
3
Common nouns are listed in the noun table.
y
5
Nouns are made of letter y followed by one syllable from the adjective table followed by one syllable from the noun table.
y
7
Nouns are made of letter y followed by two syllables from the adjective table, followed by one syllable from the noun table.
o
3
Numbers are listed in the number table.
o
5
Nouns are made of letter o followed by two syllables from the noun table.
o
7
Nouns are made of letter o followed by one syllable from the adjective table, followed by two syllables from the noun table.
u
3
Colors are listed in the color table.
u
5
Verbs are made of letter u followed by one syllable from the adjective table, followed by one syllable from the noun table.
u
7
Verbs are made of letter u followed by two syllables from the adjective table, followed by one syllable from the noun table.
i
3
Prepositions, pronouns and conjunctions are listed in the preposition table.
i
5
Verbs are made of letter i followed by two syllables listed in the noun table.
i
7
Verbs are made of letter i followed by one syllable from the adjective table, followed by two syllables from the noun table.

Examples of Ygyde compound words:
aniga (corrupt) = a (adjective) + ni (secret) + ga (money)
ofyby (leavened bread) = o (noun) + fy (foam) + by (food)
igugo (to vaporize) = i (verb) + gu (liquid) + go (gas).

ADJECTIVE TABLE
syllable adjective syllable adjective
ba aba = top be abe = wild
by aby = smelly bo abo = hairy
bu abu = dead bi abi = optical
pa apa = alive pe ape = happy
py apy = owned po apo = caring
pu apu = hungry pi api = similar
da ada = front de ade = different
dy ady = middle do ado = pretty
du adu = gained di adi = political
ta ata = dangerous te ate = slow
ty aty = old to ato = ephemeral
tu atu = rich, expensive ti ati = repeating
ga aga = lost ge age = stationary
gy agy = simple go ago = atmospheric
gu agu = wet gi agi = geological
ka aka = weak ke ake = dirty
ky aky = brittle ko ako = artistic
ku aku = burning ki aki = massive
wa awa = sticky we awe = cellular (living cell)
wy awy = slippery wo awo = rotating
wu awu = chemical wi awi = genetic
fa afa = elastic fe afe = cold
fy afy = lightweight fo afo = long
fu afu = dry fi afi = feminine
za aza = strong ze aze = idle
zy azy = warm zo azo = tall or deep
zu azu = inner zi azi = narrow
sa asa = bottom se ase = sharp
sy asy = bad so aso = big
su asu = prolonged si asi = electric
ja aja = sexual je aje = masculine
jy ajy = sonic jo ajo = mobile
ju aju = rear ji aji = clean
ca aca = false, no, not ce ace = religious
cy acy = safe co aco = legal
cu acu = new ci aci = changing
ma ama = good me ame = true, yes
my amy = outer mo amo = attractive
mu amu = fast mi ami = mental
na ana = complex ne ane = medical
ny any = repulsive no ano = busy
nu anu = short ni ani = secret
la ala = opposite le ale = physical
ly aly = random lo alo = small
lu alu = mathematical li ali = philosophical


NOUN TABLE
syllable noun syllable noun
ba yba = astronomical object be ybe = plant
by yby = food bo ybo = animal
bu ybu = sickness bi ybi = anatomical part of a multicellular plant
pa ypa = anatomical part of a multicellular animal pe ype = relationship
py ypy = person po ypo = parent
pu ypu = child (son or daughter) pi ypi = sibling
da yda = name de yde = language
dy ydy = text do ydo = picture
du ydu = knowledge di ydi = publication
ta yta = war te yte = organization
ty yty = country to yto = business
tu ytu = manager ti yti = trade
ga yga = money ge yge = environment
gy ygy = light, radio waves go ygo = gas
gu ygu = liquid gi ygi = pump
ka yka = valve ke yke = soft solid
ky yky = rigid solid ko yko = shape
ku yku = tube ki yki = rod
wa ywa = tape we ywe = sheet
wy ywy = surface wo ywo = disk
wu ywu = torus wi ywi = helix
fa yfa = ball fe yfe = powder
fy yfy = foam fo yfo = fiber
fu yfu = textile fi yfi = garment
za yza = container ze yze = furniture
zy yzy = room (building part) zo yzo = building
zu yzu = city zi yzi = hole
sa ysa = concavity se yse = protrusion
sy ysy = part so yso = group
su ysu = fastener si ysi = tool
ja yja = craftsman je yje = machine
jy yjy = engine, motor jo yjo = vehicle
ju yju = road ji yji = place
ca yca = address ce yce = communication
cy ycy = net co yco = expert
cu ycu = technology ci yci = manipulation, processing
ma yma = detector me yme = recorder
my ymy = separation mo ymo = fusion
mu ymu = chip, electronic circuit mi ymi = software
na yna = calculation ne yne = science
ny yny = force no yno = work
nu ynu = distance ni yni = path, trajectory
la yla = angle le yle = unit
ly yly = number lo ylo = atom
lu ylu = abstraction li yli = no meaning, absurd

If the syllable li is the last syllable of the compound word, and the rest of the syllables are two adjectives, or one adjective, or one noun, li is ignored in the definition of the compound word. Otherwise it means "no meaning" or "absurd." (If the syllable li is the last syllable of the compound word, it is almlost certain that it is ignored in the definition of the compound word.)