Stems typically are one or two syllables long.
Number: singular, dual, plural
Gender: 3 genders, marked as simply A, B, and C
The basic sentence structure is S(I)(O)(X)V, where I is any indirect object, and X is any other arguments added to the verb by applicatives.
The morphosyntactic alignment is nominative-accusative.
The verb receives marking that agrees in person, number, and, if 3rd person, gender for each argument, including arguments added by applicatives.
The verb is marked for perfective or imperfective aspect, for active/middle or passive voice, and for mood.
The noun is marked for case as appropriate for the argument it is filling and for number.
It is also marked in person, number, and if 3rd person, gender for each possessors.
There are no adjectives; the role of adjectives is taken by verbs in relative clauses.