A simple but useful adverb today:
sussorë /susˈso.ɾə/ woolgathering, abstracted, absorbed, no etymology
This is almost always used with a posture verb (sit, stand, lie, hang), whether as a predicate or an attribute.
Ton në huchë sussorë sunko tul?
2SG TOP again wollgathering stand.PFV Q
Are you woolgathering again?
Ha në sussorë rinërin mauta si auttët, auníta si chaso.
1SG TOP wollgathering sit.PCPL.PFV cat ACC touch.CVB.PFV, startle ACC do.PFV
I touched the abstracted cat and startled him.
Kílta uses participles for things like relative clauses, "the cat that was woolgathering."