Adjective order: Adjectives are positioned before the noun.
Adposition: postpositions ?
Names in yupiche are constructed just like in Teixcalaan, that is: with a first, numerical part that just has to be an integer that you might like for whatever reason.
The second part of the name is a noun, any noun, usually not an animal but some times maybe for special people. Flowars and other interesting plants are popular, astronomical events or bodies or phenomena, stones or minerals, stuff like that.
A "use" name is like a nickname, used by close relations. It could be a small short name associated with the noun part of the name. For example 3 Seagrass was called "reed" by those close to her.
Natively known as:
Yupichen word order: and he his hat holding stood and the wind to his wet face turned
a /a/ prep.in, within, into