Language

Below is a glossary of terms in the many tongues of Qairn.

Arkhosian

Agaz (ah-GAUZE): forth, onward
Akigaros (ah-KEY-garr-os): farewell, goodbye
Alo (all-oh): seven
Am (omm): to
Angaryo (ONG-garr-yo): anger
Aqo (ah-koh): four
Ares (ARR-ace): with
Arkh (ark): dragon
Arkhyo (ar-KAI-oh): patriotic
Arth (ARTH): lord, person in power
Atro (ah-TRO): any, all
Ayren (AYE-wren): king, queen, ruler
Ayrenkh (AYE-wrenk): kingdom
Briz (breeze): to happen, to occur
Casolor (caw-SO-lore): cliff, bluff
Cohoex (ko-HO-exe): weapon
Cohos (KO-hos): sword
Cokho (CAW-koh): ten
Cokra (KO-craw): against
Coth (KO-oth): here
Darenyo (DARR-enn-yo): sacred
Draz (draws): celebration, festival
Ekkhor (ECK-oar): coward
Ekkos (ECK-kos): cowardice, retreat
Ekkyo (ECK-eye-oh): cowardly
Eko (ECK-oh): two
Epo (EH-poe): three
Euphaz (yoo-FAZ): wicked
Ex (ECKS): I, me
Garo (GARR-oh): plenty
Gaxo (GAWK-so): poison
Gelo (GEH-low): once
Gol (goal): brute
Ha (HAH): the
Hitakra (HEE-tock-raw): tomb
Hora (HOR-ah): defeat
Hyo (HIGH-oh): love
Ia (EYE-ah): individual, person
Iath (EYE-ath): strength
Io (EYE-oh): end
Ixo (EEK-so): five
Kamuk (kah-MOOK): fuck
Karth (carth): time
Khar (car): glory
Khoth (KOTH): where
Kopa (koh-pah): idiot, jerk
Mikaz (MEE-koz): to increase
Meraz (mare-AS): frost
Metaz (MAY-toz): to defend
Metos (MAY-tos): protection
Mho (muh-hoe): nine
My (MIE): it
Mynara (MIE-narr-ah): swear
Odiz (oh-DEEZ): rest
Odo (oh-DOH): six
Osia (oh-SHAW): born
Ovos (OH-vos): duality
Phetez (FETT-ezz): to fall
Podok (POE-doke): to entomb, to bury
Prato (PRAW-toe): plaza
Priz (PREEZ): to wield, to use
Prukh (prook): lord, master
Ptolos (TOE-los): honor
Pykios (PIE-key-os): greetings, hello
Rhaz (RAH-zz): place, location, spot
Rhemos (RAY-mos): power
Rhon (ROWN): death
Sazqul (SAWS-kool): ass
Sohokh (so-HAWK): to lie down
Syro (SEE-row): cause, purpose
Theakh (THEE-ock): art
Thez(THEEZ): to come, to be summoned
Tho (THOUGH): eight
Trazk (TRAWS-kuh): history
Trox (TRAWKS): gold
Tyr (tear): fire
Ty (tie): by, of, pertaining to
Tytarar (TEA-tar-ar): friend, companion
Veidros (VAY-droes): justice
Vetares (VAY-tarr-ace): weak
Vi (VEE): as
Vre (vur-eh): yes
Vro (vuh-row): one
Xokh (SHOW-kah): stop, halt
Xonanez (SHO-naw-nezz): to penetrate
Zatarar (zah-TAR-ar): brother-in-arms, fellow warrior
Zarkharat (ZARR-kah-rot): stronghold, castle
Zo (zoh): and
Zoxa (zock-za): open
Zre (zur-eh): no
Zror (zur-oar): maybe
Zruk (zah-ROOK): city, town
Zyho (zee-hoe): shit

Deep Speech

Fhtagn (fuh-tog-in): wait / dream
(ee-yah): glory, praise
Ili (EE-lee): mind
Thid (thid): flayer

Dwarven

Ad (odd): me, I, self
Ag (ogg): we, us
Am (omm): you
Aq (ock): it
Aqaram (ah-CAR-omm): to buttress
Anu (ah-new): mud, dirt, soil, useless earth
Aûtumn (ow-toom): fall
Bajonar (bah-JOE-narr): lance
Bajûnam (bah-JOON-omm): to fear
Berasuk (bare-ah-sook): glory
Bûnam (boo-NAM): to explore
Bûnamok (boo-nah-MOCK): explorer
Bûnet (boo-NETT): explored
Buzhat (buh-ZHAT): greetings, hello
Byket (BAI-kett): free, gratis, without cost
Bynet (BAI-nett): lost
Bynûm (bai-NOOM): to lose (location)
Cvoy (tsvoy): lazy
Cvoyöman (tsvoy-UHMAN): fortune
Cyardor (tsyar-DOOR): turn, drive away
Czar (tsar): house
Dalarab (DAW-lah-robb): idiotic, witless, lacking intelligence
Daqam (DOC-omm): to start, to begin
Das (doss): fool
Durek (doo-WRECK): summer
Duzûka (dooz-yoo-KAH): command
Dycûn (dee-COON): copper
Ede (ed-eh): heal
Êfeba (eh-fey-BAH): genius
Eorûn (eho-ROON): topaz
Eram (err-OMM): to wait, to bide one’s time
Erent (air-ENT): bearer
Ezal (eh-ZALL): divine
Fasud (FAH-sood): treasure, prize
Ferek (fair-ech): up, above
Gabûn (gah-BOON): onyx
Gazon (gah-ZONE): ground
Gosam (goh-SAAM): to worship
Han (han): beneath
Hamnan (hahm-NON): shield
Hûmam (hoo-MOM): to hide, to secret away
Hûnarek (hoo-NAR-eck): consecrated
Hus (hoose): work
Husok (hoo-SOCK): worker
Jadof (jah-DOFF): gully
Jozam (joe-ZAHM): to present
Jyr (jeer): bright, brilliant
Kazal (caw-ZALL): darkness
Kazam (caw-ZAM): chasm, hole, pit
Lam (lom): star
Laqon (lah-cone): word
Lybr (LIE-burr): book
Lybrazar (LIE-braw-zar): library
Lybrazok (lie-braw-ZOCK): librarian
Lyn (line): hall, large chamber
Manûn (mah-NOON): bronze
Manoq (mah-NOCK): knowledge
Moz (mose): deep
Nod (node): place
Nodferek (NODE-fair-ech): surface
Nojûn (no-JOON): gold
Ofeûn (oh-FEUN): amethyst
Om (ohm): all, every
Öman (UH-mon): success
Ozepol (oh-ZEPP-ole): ocean, sea
Ozon (oh-ZONE): order, brotherhood
Qyzam (KEYS-om): to think
Raman (raw-MON): to love, to covet
Ramûd (raw-MOOD): loved one, coveted one
Rasë (RAW-say): seal
Rebam (RAY-bomb): to mingle, to interact
Semzë (sem-zay): moment
Sangor (sang-GOR): winter
Sofen (so-FENN): eye
Sûgam (soo-GOM): to hate, to despise
Syzûn (sai-ZOON): jasper
Ubûram (oo-BOO-rom): to dance
Ûfyr (oo-FIRE): fire
Ûkol (oo-COLE): cavern, underground chamber
Ûled (OO-lead): faith
Ûn (oon): metal
Ûyel (OO-yell): undead
Uze (OO-zay): wall
Vûred (VOO-red): here
Waham (WAH-homm): to sleep, to rest
Wegûn (way-GOON): pewter
Yeqam (yea-KOM): to miss, to pine for
Yesûn (yea-SOON): silver
Yetye (yea-TIE): ape
Yofam (yo-FAHM): to return, to bring back
Yofet (yo-FETT): returned, brought back
Zar (zar): stead, stronghold
Zahal (zah-HALL): spring
Zavam (zah-VAHM): to braid together, to weave

Elven

Aira (eye-raw): snow
Anial (ah-nee-ele): wild
Amse (am-sah): time
Aro (ah-row): lord, master (unisex)
Blaen (bly-enn): horn
Carn (karn): hoof
Cwrso (coor-sew): chase
Dwfn (doo-vin): deep
Dwr (dure): water
Dyma (duh-mah): here
Genimebyn (gen-ee-may-bin): childbearer
Gian (gee-on): priest
Glas (glaws): green
Gwair (guh-why-err): grass
Logah (LAWG-ah): lake
Occ (oak): death
Ola (oh-LA): trap
Myf (meef): I
Qairn (cairn): mother
Rdi (er-dee): less
Rhannú (raw-new): split
Rhufeinwr (roo-fain-weer): imperial (noun)
Rhywun (ree-WON): without
Seibiant (say-bee-ant): respite
Symbylu (seem-bee-loo): temple, sanctuary
Tarrú (tar-oo): bull
Vaidh (vie): face

Halfling

Isora (ee-SORE-ah): island
Mortalanta (more-tah-LAWN-tah): crenellated
Subaqueo (sub-AWK-whee-oh): underwater
Var (VARR): system
Vorcha (VORE-chaw): shore

Imaldi

Darw (dour): name
Hsekai (HEZZ-eh-kye): wallpaper
Iar (ire): city
Mei (may): daughter
Noqtune (nok-TOON): hello
Pao : female term of respect, “madame”
*Sehet*_(sah-HETT)
: book
Thu
(THOO)_: as
Uqa (oo-kah): and
Warahan (whar-a-han): general
Wai (why): me
Xei (say): son
Zao (zow): male term of respect, “sir”

Orcish

Dje (JAY): horde, army
Iko (ee-KOH): red
Kono (KOH-no): hand
Mdi (mm-DEE): to cut, to sever
Mfur (mm-FOOR): flood
Mwana (mm-WAN-ah): drown
Qrara (cor-AH): hollow

Palu

Alo (ah-LOW): one
Huk (HOOK): three
Okai (oh-KYE): two
Yoz (yahz): five
Ziw (zwhy): four

Vrellish

Atsun (ott-sun): soft
Choga (CHO-gah): ocean
Ej (eeg): east
Esse (say): wind
Ib (eeb): north
Iké (EE-kay): false
Kallu (kah-loo): crush
Kena (KAY-nah): grandfather
Kenu (KAY-new): grandmother
Kenen (KAY-nen): to die, dying
Kicheska (key-CHESS-kah): demon
Laruv (la-ROOV): churn, stormy water
Mizheekay (mee-zee-kay): dragon
Mukwa (mook-WAH): turtle
Ókoh (oh-KOH): crow, raven, rook
Peweg (pay-WEGG): breeze
Puko (POO-koh): see, sight
Qoha (KOH-hah): thousand
Ruk (rook): pride
Rus _: hand
Takk
(tock)_: foot
To (toe): mouth, maw
Ty (tie): south
Wihinde (wuh-HIN-dee): breaker
Wuku (WOO-koo): chains
Wazo (wah-ZO): winter
Yp (yeep): west

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