Khangaþyagon is an agglutinating language. The root, or roots, of a word come first. Grammatical information is carried by suffixes, known as segunakar (literally "follow-parts"). Agglutination is templatic, ie there is a strict order in which segunakar follow the roots. Khangaþyagon is noted for the complexity of its noun morphology, especially with regard to local relationships.
Khangaþyagon's morphology is rather more regular than might be expected from a natlang. this is because, as an ur-language, it has not undergone the diachronic processes that create irregularity.
--PeteBleackley 03:48, 17 May 2006 (PDT)