The native language is called Pachekki. The Pachekki language is full of subtle vowel shadings; most other races can make themselves understood, but many repetitions are necessary, and mistakes are common. Pachekki soon learn to be patient with aliens who seem to be saying either “Season the mud-worm with bright orange” or “Interfere with both temperatures of my money.” If you meet a Pachekki, and he speaks your language… let him.
A Pachekki’s full name consists of a personal name, a family name, and the personal name of the birth parent. Each Pachekki name is one to three short, sharp syllables – lkki Laklru Bidi, Jidichi Rikita Piti.