Dal'qörian adjective endings
Dalcurian adjectives fall into one of 3 categories: verb-derivative, noun-related or non-derivative/free standing.
In Dalcurian, Verb-derivative adjectives are those which have a 'verbal' relative. If the adjective is derived from an infinitive, it must add the suffix ädn:
If the past participle of the verb is used as the adjective, this must lose its participle prefix gä' and again add the suffix ädn:
It's very important to remember this rule with past participle adjectives. For example, if you were to translate the sentence:
I am captivated by her looks.
using the participle:
Binä, máriÞ di gesibniel qve siöra, gä'amár
then this would translate back as:
I captivated with her looks
which of course makes no sense. You must use the adjective ending:
Binä, máriÞ di gesibniel qve siöra, amárädn.
These are adjectives that have no verbal relative. These are adjectives that form thier respective nouns with the suffix ámn. These adjectives have no specific ending. Where the adjective ends in ä, this is removed when adding the suffix:
These are simply Dalcurian adjectives that have no specific ending, and no verbal or nounal relative. As above, they take no specific ending.