LI-UL, the language of Infini-T
(some assembly required) The letter AL (like in pal) 
shows two people talking.

Noun: love, kindness 
Verb: to love 
Adjective: lovely, loving, nice 
Adverb: lovely 
Other uses: hi, bye, please, 
thank you, you are welcome AL 
circle (no sound) 
left T (short a) 
vertical line (l or r) 
AL AL is everyone's pal. The letter UL (uhl) 
shows the right angle. 

Noun: truth, correctness 
Verb: to be correct, to be true 
Adjective: true, truthful 
Adverb: correctly, truly, truthfully 
Other Uses: yes, true UL
circle (no sound)
right pi (short u)
vertical line (l or r)
UL UL has the right angle. The letter BIN (bin, pin) 
shows two things that are the same. 

Noun: identity, equality 
Verb: be, equal 
Adjective: identical 
Adverb: identically BIN
left brace (b,p, f, or v)
vertical line (short i or long e)
left hook (n or m)
BI BIN recycles. The letter DU (duh) 
shows a shepherd's crook 

Noun: the unknown, question, mystery  
Verb: to ask, to question, to be unknown 
Adjective: unknown, mysterious 
Adverb: unknowingly 
Other Uses: ends a sentence as a question DU
right brace (d or t)
right pi (short u)
circle (no sound)
DU DU does not know. The letter LA (like in lad or ladder) 
Shows the body of IL-LI. 

Noun: self 
Pronoun: I 
Verb: to be one's self 
Adjective: my 
Adverb: personally LA
vertical line (l or r)
left T (short a)
circle (no sound)
LA LA is a good lad. The letter NU (nuh) 
shows a cup. 

Noun: other 
Pronoun: you 
Verb: to be different 
Adjective: your 
Adverb: differently NU
left hook (n or m)
right pi (short u)
circle (no sound)
NU NU loves numbers. The letter NE (meh) 
shows an upturned thumb. 

Noun: agreement 
Verb: agree 
Adjective: agreeable 
Adverb: agreeably 
Other Uses: yes NE
left hook (n or m)
left pi (short e)
circle (no sound)
NE NE never lies. The letter NO (nah, ma) 
shows something crossed out 
(a prohibition symbol). 

Noun: negation, prohibition
Verb: negate, prohibit 
Adjective: negative, negated, prohibited 
Adverb: negatively, prohibitively 
Other Uses: no, not NO
left hook (n or m)
right T (short o)
circle (no sound)
NO NO is not nice. The letter IB (if, eve) 
shows two breasts 
(the first craving). 

Noun: want, desire, craving 
Verb: want, desire crave 
Adjective: wanted, desired, desirous, craved 
Adverb: wantingly, desirously IB
circle (no sound)
vertical line (short i or long e)
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
IB IB, you want it. The letter NIL (nil, kneel, meal) 
shows use of two right angles 
to build a structure. 

Noun: ability, capability 
Verb: to be able, to be capable 
Adjective: able, capable 
Adverb: able to, can NIL
left hook (n or m)
vertical line (short i or long e)
vertical line (l or r)
NI NIL can meet his needs. The letter DO (dah) 
shows a body with a penis. 

Noun: male, masculinity  
Verb: to be male 
Adjective: male, masculine 
Adverb: masculinely DO
right brace (d or t)
right T (short o)
circle (no sound)
DO DO loves dolls. The letter LO (la, rah) 
shows a body with a womb. 

Noun: female, femininity 
Verb: to be female 
Adjective: female, feminine 
Adverb: femininely LO
vertical line (l or r)
right T (short o)
circle (no sound)
LO LO sings la-la-la. The letter BUB (bub, pub, pup, buff, puff) 
shows an arrow pointed up. 

Noun: up, above, north 
Verb: go up, go out, begin, leave, depart 
Adjective: upward, elevated 
Adverb: upwardly BUB
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
right pi (short u)
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
BUB BUB loves puppies. The letter DON (don) 
shows an arrow pointed down. 

Noun: down, below, south 
Verb: go down, come in, finish, arrive 
Adjective: downward, lowered 
Adverb: downwardly DON
right brace (d or t)
right T (short o)
left hook (n or m)
DON DON dons his clothes. The letter ON (on)
shows two points lined up. 

Noun: time, place, center 
Verb: be on time, be in place 
Adjective: temporal, locational, locative 
Adverb: timely, temporally, placed 
Other Uses: marker for prepositions, 
marker for various time and space loactions ON
circle (no sound)
right T (short o)
left hook (n or m)
ON ON is always on time. The letter LED (led, let) 
shows an arrow pointed left. 

Noun: left, past, west 
Verb: turn left, go backward 
Adjective: leftward 
Adverb: lefwardly
Other Uses: past-tense marker LED
vertical line (l or r)
left pi (short e)
right brace (d or t)
LED LED rides a sled. The letter LOD (lot, rod, rot) 
shows an arrow pointed right. 

Noun: right, future, east 
Verb: turn right, go forward 
Adjective: rightward 
Adverb: rightwardly 
Other uses: future-tense marker LOD
vertical line (l or r)
right T (short o)
right brace (d or t)
LOD LOD has a lot of stuff. The letter BOD (bod, pod, bop, pop)
shows an eye.

Noun: sight, vision, eye 
Verb: see 
Adjective: visual 
Adverb: visibly BOD
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
right T (short o)
right brace (d or t)
BOD BOD has a good body. The letter GIG (gig, kick)
shows an ear, a soundwave, or a bow. 

Noun: hearing, ear 
Verb: hear 
Adjective: auditory 
Adverb: audibly GIG
right hook (g or k)
vertical line (short i or long e)
right hook (g or k) 
GIG GIG giggles. The letter UB (up) 
shows an atom or a bundle of nerves. 

Noun: touch, sensation, physical feeling, skin, nerves, body 
Verb: touch 
Adjective: physically felt
Adverb: sensed using touch UB
circle (no sound)
right pi (short u)
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
UB UB gets up early. The letter NUN (nun, mum) 
shows a nose or a triangle. 

Noun: smell, scent, nose 
Verb: smell 
Adjective: having a smell 
Adverb: sensed using smell NUN
left hook (n or m)
right pi (short u)
left hook (n or m) 
NUN NUN feels numb. The letter BUN (bun, bum, pun) 
shows a mouth, and opening, or a rectangle. 

Noun: taste, flavor, mouth 
Verb: eat, drink, taste, ingest 
Adjective: flavorful 
Adverb: flavorfully BUN
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
right pi (short u)
left hook (n or m) 
NUN The letter BUN (bun, bum, pun)
taste BUN loves puns. GOD has a garden. The letter GOD (god, got, cot, cod) 
shows a plant growing from soil. 

Noun: dirt, soil, ground, earth, rock, stone
Verb: bury, plant, put into soil, cover with soil 
Adjective: earthy, dirty, rocky 
Adverb: dirtily GOD
right hook (g or k)
right T (short o)
right brace (d or t) The letter EL (ell) 
shows air in motion. 

Noun: air, gaseous form of matter 
Verb: air, air out, use air, breathe 
Adjective: gaseous, airy 
Adverb: airily EL smells good. EL
circle (no sound)
left pi (short e)
vertical line (l or r) 
EL LIL is a little leery. The letter LIL (leer, rill, rear, reel, real) 
shows a point becoming a line. 

Noun: mind, thought, idea 
Verb: think 
Adjective: thoughtful, attentive 
Adverb: thoughtfully, attentively
Other Uses: shows purpose (WHY) as suggestion (i.e., 'let's') LIL
vertical line (l or r)
vertical line (short i or long e)
vertical line (l or r) 
LIL BAL has good balance. The letter BAL (pal) 
shows a fire. 

Noun: fire, the plasma form of matter, energy, zeal 
Verb: burn, energize 
Adjective: fiery, burning, energetic, energized, zealous 
Adverb: energetically, zealously BAL
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
left T (short a)
vertical line (l or r) BAL The letter LOB (lob, rob, lop) 
shows flowing water. 

Noun: water, the liquid form of matter 
Verb: water, wet 
Adjective: wet 
Adverb: wetly LOB
vertical line (l or r)
right T (short o)
left brace (b, p, f, or v) 
LOB LOB is a blob. The letter LAG (lag, rag, lack, rack)
shows a piece of tape. 
(LAG is usually not pronounced.) 

Uses: left parentheses, opening single quote LAG
vertical line (l or r)
left T (short a)
right hook (g or k) 
LAG LAG lags behind. The letter LOG (lock) 
shows a piece of tape. 
(LOG is usually not pronounced.)

Uses: right parentheses, closing single quote LOG
vertical line (l or r)
right T (short o)
right hook (g or k) 
LOG LOG is like a rock. The letter GO (gah) 
shows the absence of an idea. 
(GO is usually not pronounced.)

Use: space between words GO
right hook (g or k)
right T (short o)
circle (no sound)
GO GO is gaga for comic books. The letter LEG (leg, wreck) 
shows a bracket. 
(LEG is usually not pronounced.)

Uses: left brace, opening double quote, 
showing thoughts within text or in word balloons LEG
vertical line (l or r)
left pi (short e)
right hook (g or k)
LEG LEG has a leg up the ladder. The letter LUG (lug, luck, rug) 
shows a bracket. 
(LUG is usually not pronounced.)

Uses: right brace, closing double quote
showing thoughts within text or in word balloons LUG
vertical line (l or r)
right pi (short u)
right hook (g or k) 
LUG LUG carries luggage. The letter NID (need, meek) 
shows two things coming together. 

Conjunction: and 
Noun: conjunction, joining, togetherness, assembly 
Verb: conjoin, assemble 
Adjective: conjoined, joined, assembled 
Adverb: together NID
left hook (n or m)
vertical line (short i or long e)
right brace (d or t) 
NID NID needs help. The letter NIB (nib) 
shows two things separating. 

Conjunction: or 
Noun: disjunction, choice 
Verb: choose, disjoin 
Adjective: disjoined 
Adverb: disjointedly NIB
left hook (n or m)
vertical line (short i or long e)
left brace (b, p, f, or v) 
NIB NIB is sharp. The letter IN (in) 
shows possibility of one thing becoming another. 

Conjunction: if-then 
Noun: cause 
Verb: cause 
Adjective: caused 
Adverb: because IN is in. IN
circle (no sound)
vertical line (short i or long e)
left hook (n or m) 
IN The letter LEN (REM) 
shows potential for something 
to be more than it is. 

Conjunction: less than 
Noun: shrinkage, decrease, loss 
Verb: shrink, decrease, lessen 
Adjective: lesser, lessened, decreased 
Adverb: bad, poorly, decreasingly LEN always lends a hand. LEN
vertical line (l or r)
left pi (short e)
left hook (n or m) 
LEN The letter GEN (chem) 
shows something actualizing its potential. 

Conjunction: greater than 
Noun: growth, increase, greatness 
Verb: grow, increase  
Adjective: good, great 
Adverb: well, greatly, increasingly GEN can do anything. GEN
right hook (g or k)
left pi (short e)
left hook (n or m) 
GEN The letter AD (ad, add) 
shows a womb 
(where people come from).

Arithmetic Operator: addition 
Noun: addition 
Verb: add 
Adjective: added 
Adverb: additionally AD
circle (no sound)
left T (short a)
right brace (d or t) 
AD AD loves plaid. The letter DUN (dun, ton, dumb) 
shows something lost. 

Arithmetic Operator: subtraction 
Noun: subtraction 
Verb: subtract 
Adjective: subtracted 
Adverb: subtractively 
subtraction, subtrace, decrease, negative DUN
right brace (d or t)
right pi (short u)
left hook (n or m) 
DUN DUN is sudden. The letter BEL (bell) 
shows a point where something stops. 

Arithmetic Operator: decimal point 
Noun: point, stop, precision 
Verb: stop, break 
Adjective: stopped, precise, broken 
Adverb: precisely BEL
left pi (short e)
vertical line (l or r) 
BEL BEL is real a belle. The letter LUN (run) 
shows a point moving in many directions. 

Arithmetic Operator: multiplication 
Noun: multiplication, multiple, reproduction, replication 
Verb: multiply, reproduce, replicated 
Adjective: multiplied, reproduced, replicated 
Adverb: multiplitively LUN
vertical line (l or r)
right pi (short u)
left hook (n or m) 
LUN LUN can run very fast. The letter LE (re) 
shows part of The Line. 

Arithmetic Operator: division
Noun: division 
Verb: divide 
Adjective: diverse 
Adverb: diversely LE
vertical line (l or r)
left pi (short e)
circle (no sound)
LE LE is a ray of sunshine. The letter ID (id, it) 
shows a grid, a graph, a chart, a net, 
or two crossed ladders 
stretching out into the void. 

Arithmetic Operator: unknown quantity, variable 
Noun: number, quantity, thing 
Verb: enumerate, quantify 
Adjective: numerous, quantified 
Adverb: enumeratively The letter IL (ill, eel) 
shows an unformed body. 
IL is an oval.

Number: zero The letter AN (an, am) 
shows a spear pointing up. 

Number: one The letter DA (like in dad) 
shows an unfinished heart. 

Number: two The letter DI (dee, tee) 
shows breastfeeding interrupted by another person. 

Number: three The letter BA (like in bat) 
shows a kite floating in the wind. 

Number: four The letter BI (be, bee) 
shows a scythe for reaping grain. 

Number: five The letter NA (like in nap) 
shows a spiral. 

Number: six The letter NI (knee) 
shows a sickle.

Number: seven The letter BED (bed, bet, pet) 
shows a great way to skate. 

Number: eight The letter NED (net, met) 
shows a lollipop. 

Number: nine The letter LI (lee) 
shows the taproot of the World Tree at peace. 

Number: infinity 
Noun: perfection 
Verb: perfect 
Adjective: perfect, all 
Adverb: perfectly ID
circle (no sound)
vertical line (short i or long e)
right brace (d or t) 
ID IL
circle (no sound)
vertical line (short i or long e)
vertical line (l or r) 
IL AN
circle (no sound)
left T (short a)
left hook (n or m) 
AN DA
right brace (d or t)
left T (short a)
circle (no sound) 
DA DI
right brace (d or t)
vertical line (short i or long e)
circle (no sound) 
DI BA
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
left T (short a)
circle (no sound) 
BA BI
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
vertical line (short i or long e)
circle (no sound) 
BI NA
left hook (n or m)
left T (short a)
circle (no sound) 
NA NI
left hook (n or m)
vertical line (short i or long e)
circle (no sound) 
NI BED
left brace (b, p, f, or v)
vertical line (short i or long e)
right brace (d or t) 
BED NED
left hook (n or m)
left pi (short e)
right brace (d or t) 
NED LI
vertical line (l or r)
vertical line (short i or long e)
circle (no sound) 
LI ID loves to read. IL feels real. AN is handy. DA loves dad (and mom too!). DI drinks tea. BA babbles. BI is a beekeeper. NA loves to nap. NI can do anything. BED is daring. NED gives the best hugs. LI works silently. Elder A (short a)
is the left first rung of the ladder. Elder E (short e)
is the left second rung of the ladder. Elder I (short i or long e)
was the ladder before it broke. Elder U (short u)
is the right second rung of the ladder. Elder O (short o)
is the right first rung of the ladder. Elder G (g or k)
is the right arm 
of Father IL-LI Elder B (b, p, f, or v)
is the right leg 
of Father IL-LI Elder L (l or r)
is the head and body 
of Father IL-LI Elder D (d or t)
is the left leg 
of Father IL-LI Elder N (n or m)
is the left arm 
of Father IL-LI Baby IL 
silently waits 
for the elders 
to put IL-LI 
back together.