The Sehyâpóvs are split into 11 tribes all with different dialects - some almost unrecognisable to any other tribe. The language heavily relied on it being spoken, and has never had a written form until now.
Sentence structure is SVO for most sentences, but OVS for questions e.g. "Any siblings have do you?"
Macrons (lines above a vowel) elongate the vowel that they're attached to.
Adjectives come after a noun.
the prefixes ŋa and na denote the plural, and aŋen denotes the 3rd person. Often
when a root word ends in a vowel, it's changed to an a before adding the prefix
The suffix -ga, denotes the direct object, whilst the suffix -bu denotes the