The ascii form is these four in MARC order: Happy-M-End-0. (MRAC order is obsolete.)
The Morpheme indicates the general meaning of the word.
The Aspect indicates a sub-meaning of the word. It looks like a "part of speech" but it isn't, quite.
The N aspect is used for names and compound words. In a name, every word in the name takes the N aspect. In a compound word, all the words above the base word take the N aspect.
|The human "Spot"||A sky-fish|
The Relation indicates how this word relates to the word that collects it. It's kind of akin to "part of speech" or "case".
|The insect eats the flower||The insect eats in the flower||The flower eats the insect|
Each relation also has a reciprocal, for indicating "the insect that was eaten" etc.
The Collector indicates how many previously uncollected words this word collects. If you imagine the rikchik sentence as a tree structure, the collector is the number of branches above this node. Collectors go from 0 to 7, plus the archaic "scholastic" collector.
Beach-P-Destination-1 Me-R-Patient-0 Move-V-End-3
|I go from home to the sunny beach.|