It's known to be a monosyllabic and head-final language. Its roots follow the structure C+(r,l,w,y)+V+(u,i)+(ʔ,m,n,l,r,t). The vowels of Uyseʔ are a e i o u. The consonants are p t k ʔ ph th kh f s h ħ ts m n ny l r w y. Stress is typically on the last syllable.
Some Uyseʔ loanwords, particularly related to exotic goods imported from Arcél, have entered Verdurian, such as čai 'tea' from tsai, as well as Arcél from ʔarkhel 'the world'.
Hintser har nye nwai sruyn fwuy he khyet yo kroy phuy.
then man of word only wind be if his sword sheathe
A man’s words are just wind, if his sword is sheathed. (Quotation from Nyekhen)