ALPHABETICAL • BY LANGUAGE

Updated: 10 August 2007

Word (Language) Definition
albatar [ahl·bah·tehr] (Celestial) noun. age, experience, passing through time
amil [ah·meel] (Draconic) noun. stone
anupkaz [ah·nuhp·kahz] (Drüüg) noun. gate, gateway
axes [ak·suss] (Dwarven) noun. centre, middle, nave
ba [bah] (Draconic) noun. bone; plural. e'ba
ba rital amil [bah ree·tahl ah·meel] (Draconic) noun, proper. literally, "stone ribs," Janarl's honorific for Arek
biauya [bee·ah·you] (Draconic) noun. baby
biauya euu [bee·ah·you ay·oo] (Draconic) noun. literally a “baby caught in its egg”
bili [bill·lee] (Draconic) noun. morning
bilius daryu [bill·lee·us dahr·yu] (Draconic) noun. daisy; literally, "flower of the morning"
bithal [bith·awl] (Dwarven) noun. bones
bithtat [bith·tot] (Dwarven) noun. stone, earth; proper noun. the Dwarven name for the world of Sentar.
brilli [brill·ee] (Draconic) noun.companion; plural. ebrilli
brillihand [brill·ee·hand] (Draconic) noun. meeting place; noun (T'Kel). Literally “Brotherhood” but with an implication that it is not a blood or family relationship; proper noun. the T'Kel word for the Sunterranse Federation.
dari [da·rhee] (Draconic) noun. dwelling; plural. edari
daryu [dahr·yu] (Draconic) noun. flower
deos (Draconic) noun. god, deity, one of the Powers
dyeth [die·yeth] (Celestial) noun. judgment;
dyeth kelosian [die·yeth kell·oh·see·ahn] (Celestial) noun. wisdom; literally, "observance of judgment"
e’dari ur kiucao [ay·da·rhee kyu·ack·ows] (Draconic) proper noun. Janarl's term for Divinity, literally, "the Dwellings of Madness."
elathar [el·ath·ar] (Celestial) noun. an honorary for a comrade, fallen battling evil
e'puh filul [eh·puh fuh·loohl] (Draconic) proper noun. Literally, "much foul life"; the name the T'Kel use for Shambling Mounds
ervan [err·van] (Celestial) pronoun. your (high formal)
euu [ay·oo] (Draconic) noun. egg
ezh [edge] (Yithic) negation. no, not
filul [fuh·loohl] (Draconic) noun. offal
filula [fuh·loo·lah] (Draconic) verb. to remove the offal from fish. noun, proper. the name of a T'Kel stew, made with the scraps and leavings of fish and other seafoods. noun, slang. the name the T'Kel have given to the Sunterran settlement of Göesse.
fir [feer] (Draconic) noun. smoke
Firus Somuk [feer·us so muck] (Draconic) proper noun. The T'Kel name for Cauldron; literally, the "Cone of Smoke."
fizz-bang [fihz bang] (Technospeak) adjective, slang. something really cool, interesting or innovative
gear-buddy [geer buh·dee] (Technospeak) noun, slang. term of endearment for a Clockwork
gmag [guh·mog] (Draconic) noun. skin; plural. e'gmag
gnomgineer [nom·jin·eerd] (Technospeak) verb, slang. to build something of gnome design; to build a big wacky, complicated device that doesn't make any sense.
gnomivate
[nom·uh·vate]

(Technospeak) verb, slang. to make something that works using materials wildly inappropriate for the job
govan [go·vam] (Celestial) verb. to bring; govaeth = has brought
guhl-thundarr [gool-thun·dahr] (Dwarven) verb, gerund. darkening, the act of become darker; proper noun. the Darkening, the Eye of Independence Eclipse
haji [ha·jee] (Draconic) noun. works, labour (literal); T'Kel dialect. It is a symbol of a T''Kel man's promise of betrothal, usually a piece of clothing or textile. (For a woman's promise, see: selah)
hye [hi] (Draconic) noun. water
hyiea [hi·ee·yah] (Draconic) noun. literally “water debt” – for the T'Kel, it means something of value but short of a “life debt”; a great responsibility
iea [yah] (Draconic) noun. debt; something owed
ire [ear] (Yithic) noun. beast
irridium [er·id·ee·yum] (Celestial) noun. splendour
jigger [jig·gur] (Technospeak) verb, slang. To mess something up so it is difficult to repair.
jinnik [jin·nick] (High Elven) noun. spirit; the T'kel name for Dakar moon
kalt [kahlt] (Draconic) noun. hardened skin, shell, covering
kelosian [kell·oh·see·ahn] (Celestial) noun. observance, study
khibl't [keh·bult] (Draconic) noun. Kobold
kili [keh·lee] (Draconic) noun. cave; plural. e'kili
kilius tik-ek [keh·lee·uhs tik·ehk] (Draconic) proper noun. one of the pejorative titles commonly given to Kobolds. Literally, "Crawler of Caves" or "Cave Crawler"
kiucaos [kyu·ack·ows] (Draconic) noun. madness
kiukyi bulli (Draconic) “mud burden” but not used in polite company
lpyiea (Draconic) noun. something immaterial, of yourself, owed to others
oh [oh] (Dwarven) noun. eye; plural oz
lo [low] (Celestial) preposition. into
lpurl bilius (Draconic) the purple flower Lavender
liassi [lee·ah·see] (Draconic) noun. temple; plural. e'liassi
madaras [ma·da·rahss] (Dwarven) noun. foundation; base
malleous (Draconic) noun. power
moreau [more·oh] (Yithic) noun. like a man, like a person
othersider [u·ther·sy·der] (Yithic) noun. (Common translation) used in Divinity and the lands of the northern Monotheocrate Order to refer to the beings of the Multitude that dwell on the other side of the Wall of the Righteous.
puh [puh] (Draconic) noun. life
quilombo [kee·lum·boe] (High Elven) noun. respite; proper noun. communities of predominantly Half-Elven runaway slaves established throughout the lands that are now Lake Range and Bithal in the Sunterranse Federation.
rgigh [err·gheej] (Draconic) noun. leech
rili [err·eye·lye] (Draconic) adjective. angry
rili e’fae [ruh·lee ay·fay] (Draconic) proper noun. Red Caps, literally, "angry fey"
rital [ree·tahl] (Draconic) noun. rib; plural. e'rital
scali dakur [skahl·ee dah·koor] (High Elven) the “Scales of Dakar” the Mountains of the Wasted Sea)
selah [say·lah] (Draconic) noun. hope; T'Kel dialect. It is a symbol of a T'Kel woman's promise of betrothal, usually a piece of jewelery or trinket. (For a woman's promise, see: haji)
sengar [sen·gar] (Dwarven) noun. blood; olde. vein, root
Sentariss [sen·tar·iss] (Draconic) possessive noun. Sentar's
sh'ematta (Draconic)
sin [sin] (Celestial) preposition. without
somuk [so·muck] (Draconic)
temz [temz] (Draconic) verb. to drink
tempiss [temp·iss] (Draconic) possessive noun. life-drinker's
theonean [thee·own·ee·yan] (Yithic) adj. used to describe something from the Monotheocrate Order; proper noun. a person from the Monotheocrate Order
thundarr [thun·dahr] (Dwarven) noun. darkness
tikula [tik·oo·lah] (Draconic) verb. to crawl (as an animal)
ts'elf [tselff] (Half Elven Patois) noun. Half Elf
Turminim Senitiaria (High Elven) literally ‘the End of the World' but in this usage it has a sinister and philosophical meaning
unjula [oon·joo·lah] (Draconic) verb. to strike something; verb, kobold. to leave a coloured mark
unj’kaltigmag [oonj·kahlt·uhg·mag] (Draconic) proper noun. iron-coloured smooth-skin. A pejorative descriptor from Thalazzar's previous life.
wizbang-it! [wihz·bang it] (Technospeak) exclamation, slang. a phrase to express exasperation
wurn [wern] (Dwarven) adj. blue

ALPHABETICAL • BY LANGUAGE

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