Languages of Eloran
Explore the poetry and legends of Eloran. Some of these are nursery rhymes and others are tales of sorrow or love.
bell – hour
chime – minute
dorn – a large, sleepy round rodent. Eaten in stews. A “soggy dorn” is a very unhappy creature, who whines and whimpers.
Lady Asha – goddess of health, hearth, and family
Lord Adelis – God of Light.
Lord Seledorn – God of Darkness, Lord of Shadows.Back To Top
aiyah - yes
ajiana - sweet one
bas'ka - all right
beylah vo - Thank you (literally, thanks to you)
bote cha! - Blades ready! (Weapons at the ready!)
cha'kor - five knives. Fey word for "quintet"
chadin - "little knife"; literally "small fang"; a student in the Dance of Knives. Each student is paired with a mentor who guides their progress through 400 years of training in the school. It is an apprenticeship of sorts, though many teachers will contribute to the actual education.
chervil - a Fey expletive. Bastard, as in "you smug chervil"
doreh shabeila de - so be it (so shall it be)
jaffed - a Fey expletive. "screwed" as in "We'd be jaffed if that happened."
kabei - Good
Kem'falla - my lady
Kem'san - My love/ My heart
las - Peace, hush, calm
liss - Light
Mei'felani. Bei'santi. Nehtah, bas desrali. - Live well, love deep. Tomorrow, we die.
Miori felah ti'Feyreisa! - Joy to the Feyreisa! (Joyful life to the Feyreisa)
nei - no
pacheeta - A silly bird, not very smart
porgil - belly-crawling creature
rultshart - a very smelly, boar-like animal
setah! - Enough!
sha vel'mei - you're welcome
shei'tan - husband / truemate / beloved
shei'tani - wife / truemate / beloved
sieks'ta - I have shame. (I'm sorry; I beg your pardon)
teska - Please
Ver reisa ku'chae. Kem surah shei'tani - Your soul calls out. Mine answers, beloved.Back To Top