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The Dragon Language – Common Words
Dragon English
Aak Guide
Aal May (as in “May his soul”)
Aan A/An
Aar Servant
Aav Join
Aaz Mercy
Ag Burn
Ah Hunter
Ahmik Service
Ahmul Husband
Ahkrin Courage
Ahraan Wound (noun)
Ahrk And
Ahst At
Ahzid Bitter
Al Destroyer
Alok Arise
Alun Ever
Aus Suffer
Bah Wrath
Bahlok Hunger
Bein Foul
Beyn Scorn
Bex Open [4]
Bodiis Borrow
Banaar Humble
Bormah Father
Bovul Flee / Fled (fled is the translation given in Dragon Language: Myth no More)
Boziik Bold / Boldly
Brendon Specter
Brii Beauty
Briinah Sister
Brit Beautiful
Brod Clan
Brom North
Bron Nord
Bruniik Savage
Daanik Doomed [3]
Dah Push
Dahmaan Remember
Daal Return
Daar This / These
Denek Soil
Dez Fate
Diin Freeze
Diivon Swallow
Dir Die
Dinok Death
Dilon Dead
Do Of / About
Dok Hound
Dov Dragonkind (referring to the race of dragons)
Dovah Dragon
Dovahgolz Dragonstone
Dovahkiin Dragonborn
Draal Pray
Dreh Do / Does
Drem Peace
Drem Yol Lok Greetings (literally ‘peace fire sky’)
Drey Did [3]
Drog Lord
Drun Bring/Brought
Du Devour
Dukaan Dishonour
Dun Grace
Dwiin Steel
Dwiirok Carve
Ek Her
Enook Each
Ensosin Bewitch
Evenaar Extinguish
Evgir Season
Faad Warmth
Faal The (formal, preceeding a proper noun, “Faal Krein” for “The Sun”)
Faas Fear
Faasnu Fearless
Fah For
Fahdon Friend
Fahliil Elf
Feim Fade
Fel Feral
Fen Will
Fent Shall
Feykro Forest
Feyn Bane
Fiik Mirror
Filok Escape
Fin The (rarely used)
Fo Frost
Fod When
Fodiiz Hoar
Folaas Wrong
Folook Haunt
Fonaar Charge
Frin Hot
Frod Field
Fron Kin / Related
Frul Ephemeral / Temporary
Ful So
Fun Told
Fundein Unfurl / Unfurled
Funt Fail
Fus Force
Gaaf Ghost
Gahrot Steal [3]
Geh Yes
Gein One (to a single person or thing)
Geinmaar Oneself
Gogil Goblin
Gol Earth
Golt Ground
Govey Remove
Graan Rout (verb)
Grah Battle
Gravuun Autumn [3]
Grind Meet
Grohiik Wolf
Gron Bind
Gut Far
Haal Hand
Haalvut Touch (noun or verb)
Hadrim Mind (noun)
Hahkun Axe
Hahnu Dream
Heim Forge
Het Here
Hevno Brutal
Heyv Duty
Hind Wish
Hin Your (Formal)
Hokoron Enemy / Enemies
Hon Hear (“Nust hon” – They hear)
Hun Hero
Huzrah Hearken
Iiz Ice
In Master
Jer East
Joor Mortal
Jot Maw
Jul Man / Mankind / Humans
Junnesejer The Kings of the East
Kaal Champion
Kaan Kyne
Kaaz Cat / Khajiit
Kah Pride
Kein War
Keizaal Skyrim
Kel Elder Scroll
Kendov Warrior
Kest Tempest
Key Horse
Keyn Anvil
Kiin Born
Kiir Child
Kinbok Leader
Kinzon Sharp [3]
Klo Sand
Klov Head
Ko In
Kod Wield
Kodaav Bear
Kogaan Blessing
Kos Be (“Fen Kos” – “Will Be”)
Komeyt Issue / Issued / Let loose (verb)
Konahrik Warlord
Koor Summer
Kopraan Body
Kotin Into
Krah Cold
Krasaar Sickness
Kreh Bend
Kren Break
Krent Broken
Krein Sun (see also “Shul”)
Krif Fight
Krii Kill
Kriid Slayer
Kril Brave
Krilot Valiant
Krin Courageous
Kro Sorceror
Kron Conquer
Kroniid Conqueror
Krosis Sorrow
Kruziik Ancient
Kul Son(s)
Kulaan Prince
Kulaas Princess
Laas Life
Laat Last
Lahney Live
Lahvu Army
Leh Lest
Lein World (Mundus – the universe, everything)
Liiv Wither
Lingraph Long (“Lingrah vod” = “long ago”)
Lo Deceive
Lok Sky
Loost Hath
Los Is (Combine with other verbs for present tense: “is helping”, “is sworn”, etc)
Lost Have / Was
Lot Great
Lovaas Music / Song
Luft Face
Lun Leech
Luv Tear / Tears
Maar Terror (may also be ‘self’ as the word Geinmaar’ translates to ‘oneself” and ‘Gein’ alone translates to ‘one’)
Mah Fall / Fell
Mahfaeraak Forever
Mal Little
Med Like / Similar to
Mey Fool (noun or verb)
Meyz Come (become) (i.e. “Meyz fundein” = “come unfurled”)
Miin Eye / Eyes
Mir Allegiance
Monahven Throat of the world
Moro Glory
Morokei Glorious
Motaad Shudder / Shuddered
Morah Focus
Motmah Slip
Mu We
Mul Strong
Mulaag Strength
Mun Man
Munax Cruel
Muz Men (Plural of “Man”, not “Mankind”)
Naak Eat
Naako Eaten
Naal By
Naan Any
Nah Fury
Nahgahdinok Necromancer
Nahkriin Vengeance
Nahl Living (opposite of dead)
Nahlaas Alive
Nahlot Silenced
Nau On
Nax Cruelty
Ney Both
Ni Not
Nid No
Nivahriin Cowardly
Nimaar Itself
Nin Sting
Nir Hunt
Nis Cannot
Nok Lie(s)
Nol From
Nonvul Noble
Norok Fierce / Fiercest
Nu Now
Nus Statue
Nust They
Nuz But
Oblaan End
Od Snow
Ofan Give
Ogiim Orc
Ok His (used equally with the “ii” form of the possessive)
Okaaz Sea
Ol As
Om Hair
Ond Lo
Orin Even (adverb, meaning “Fully” or “Quite”)
Osos Same
Ov Trust
Paal Foe / Enemy
Paar Ambition
Paaz Fair
Pah All
Peyt Rose
Pindaar Plain
Pogaan Many
Pogaas Much
Pook Stink
Praan Rest
Prem Patience
Prodah Foretell / Foretold
Pruzah Good
Pruzaan Best
Qahnaar Vanquish
Qeth Bone
Qethsegol Stone (literally “bone of the Earth”)
Qo Lightning
Qolaas Herald
Qostiid Prophecy
Raan Animal
Rahgol Rage
Rein Roar
Rek She (used equally with the “ii” form of possessive).
Revak Sacred
Reyliik Race / Races (Heritage)
Riik Gale
Rinik Very
Ro Balance
Rok He
Ronax Regiment
Ronaan Archer
Ronaaz Arrow
Ronit Rival (verb)
Rovaan Wander
Ru Run
Rul When
Ruvaak Raven
Ruz Then (“ahrk ruz” = “and then”)
Sadon Gray
Sah Phantom
Sahlo Weak
Sahqo Red
Sahqon Crimson
Sahrot Mighty
Sahsunaar Villager(s)
Saviik Savior
Shul Sun (Word of Power: see also “Krein”)
Siiv Find / Found
Sil Soul
Sinak Finger / Fingers
Sinon Instead
Sivaas Beast
Sizaan Lost
Slen Flesh
Smoliin Passion
Sonaan Bard
Sos Blood
Sot White
Spaan Shield
Staadnau Unbound
Stin Free (adjective)
Strun Storm
Strunmah Mountain
Su Air
Sul Day
Suleyk Power
Sunvaar Beast / Beasts
Su’um Breath
Tah Pack
Taazokaan Tamriel (the physical land / continent)
Tafiir Thief
Tahrodiis Treacherous
Tey Tale
Thur Tyranny (listed as Overlord in Skyrim Game Guide)
Thu’um Shout (“Storm Voice”)
Tiid Time
Togaat Attempt
Tol That
Toor Inferno
Tu Hammer
Tuz Blade
Ufiik Troll
Ul Eternity
Unahzaal Unending / Ceaseless / Eternal (less common than Unslaad)
Unslaad Unending / Ceaseless / Eternal
Unt Try
Uznahgaar Unbridled
Vaal Bay (“ahst vaal” = “At Bay”)
Vaat Swear / Swore
Vah Spring
Vahdin Maiden
Vahlok Guardian
Vahriin Sworn
Vahrukt Memory
Vahrukiv Commemorate
Vahzah True
Vanmindoraan Incomprehensible
Ved Block
Ven Wind
Vey Cut
Veysun Ship
Viik Defeat
Viintaas Shining
Viing Wing
Vith Serpent
Vo– Un- prefix. (opposite of. e.g. unkind, unlikeable)
Vod Ago (“ingrah vod” – long ago)
Vodahmin Unremembered / Forgotten
Vokul Evil (Literally “ungood”)
Vokun Shadow
Vol Horror
Volaan Quickly (A taunt used by Draugr, “Dir Volaan!”)
Voth With
Voth Ahkrin Bravely (Literally “With Courage”)
Vukein Combat
Vul Dark
Vulom Darkness
Vulon Night
Wah To
Wahl Build / Create
Wahlaan Past-tense: Built / Created / Raised[3]
Wen Whose
Werid Praise
Win Wage
Wo Who [3]
Wuld Whirlwind
Yah Seek
Yol Fire
Yoriik March
Yuvon Gold / Golden (adjective)
Zaan Shout (noun; meaning “Yell”, not use of Voice Power)
Zah Finite
Zahkrii Sword
Zahrahmiik Sacrifice
Zeim Through
Zeymah Brother / Brothers
Zii Spirit
Zin Honor
Zind Triumph
Zindro Triumph’s
Zohungaar Heroically
Zok Most (as in degree, i.e. “greatest”)
Zoor Legend
Zul Voice (the actual mortal voice, not the power of shouting)
Zun Weapon
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