Category:Simple Clauses
Feature:Predicative Adjectives WALS
Name:Nonverbal encoding
Languages (172):
Conlangs (132):
Terkunan
Cholnish
Ayasthi
Gevey
Dravean
Ayeri
Quenya
Sindarin
Ghaf
Rugian
Senjecas
Modern Arithide
Eridanian
Neo-Khitanese
Shsiwhe Luwur
Lhueslue
Wenedyk
Mavakhalan
Annese
Tseltsolian
Qwynegold
Avorenta
Buruya Nzaysa
Eezee
Solaric
Rossan
Géarthnuns
Missa
Kono Mai
Labasje
Uirian
Cenyani
Talmit
Uzkian
Sentalian
Gac
Liu
Raig
Ataican
Laroitian
Neo-Fictish
South Picksalladed
Endehl
Qucheanya
Celinese
Na'vi
Salhari
Moten
Tlaymyts
Slyrdian
Korpasian
Meftla
Manchu
Arka
L'starfish Klam
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Poeplish
Mandalorian
Barbane
Ebo Lingai
Massalian
kolesch Speech
Lup (Simplified)
Maja
Nahakhontl
Başam
Ndok Aisô
Austrian
Inilt
Northern Lorkan
Old Zarcosian
Seto ka'palo
Ancient
Maksinaunminverbe Verbs do not mark for gender as adjectives do, and adjectives require one of the copulas ("gaud") when in predicate position.
Shokitin
Attian
Snahhian
Tizian
Emeranye
Aoma
Alashian
Coral Reef language
Old Nevotak
Raxic
Ilaini
Satang
Proto-Zachydic
Haneko
Kamëzet
Phitonic
Wally Toxic
Ixe Wa
Isolating thing inspired by mesoamerican and southeast asian
Nizhmel
Savvinic
Omayna
Delniit
Lwaitel
Temporary1
Suiacuili
Lántas
bal'ukbar
Naharqan
Velan
Nattoretan
Kirronga
Lavrian
Uropi
Ɣu
Kotava
Draconic
Ussaria
Firen
Sape
Xingish
Old Sumrë
Illicraic
Ythnandosian
Seignuric
Lingua Franca Nova
Novial
Unish
Sambahsa
Melfem
Bologau
Interlingue (Occidental)
Polarian
Kavrinian
Hallon
Choton
Tangachi
Shalolese

Natlangs (40):
English
French
Hungarian
Russian
Spanish
Turkish
Finnish
Arabic (Egyptian)
Amele
Asmat
Awa Pit
Basque
Burushaski
Chukchi
Evenki
Georgian
Greek (Modern)
Hausa
Hebrew (Modern)
Hindi
Hixkaryana
Hunzib
Imonda
Ket
Kewa
Khalkha
Kannada
Kobon
Latvian
Lezgian
Ngiyambaa
Persian
Quechua (Imbabura)
Rama
Shipibo-Konibo
Tiwi
Yagua
Polish
Nenets
Irish