In Mundeze, all words have an invariable root, the radical, from which one can form substantive, verb, adjective and adverb.
Example with “pel-” (to speak, to say)
To put a noun in the plural form, one can add a –y at the end of the word (after –e), but it is not mandatory.
|te = human||ane = person|
|bate = man||baane = male||bae = the masculine|
|mate = woman||maane = female||mae = the feminine|
* There is also a prefix za– for non-binary gender.
In Mundeze, proper nouns are not capitalised and come immediately after the noun they modify, without the use of a preposition.