Base xxx* Most elements take this form. The asterisk can be replaced with either a suffix, a base ending, or a base that is modified into a suffix.
Prefix xxx+ The plus sign can be replaced with a base or a prefix ending. Prefixes are used mostly for modifying existing bases, and they are also used for prepositions.
Suffix -xxx* The dash stands for a base. Suffixes are used primarily to develop cases and inflections of bases.
Base Ending -xxx Adding a base ending to a base turns it into a word.
Prefix Ending ~xxx Adding a prefix ending to the end of a prefix turns it into a word. The tilde represents the prefix minus the plus sign.