The lost words of the ancient lenguage

How to read this

This is a translation from the Ancient Lenguage to English:

  • the first block is word written in Ancient Lenguage. If you find 2 words, then the first is singular, while the second is plural
  • The second block, enclosed in brackets, is the type of word and the gender, where applicable
  • The third part is the translation itself

As usual if you hover the word in Ancient Lenguage you'll see its translitteration in our alphabet. Although, it's only the closest translitteration, because some of those sounds are from dead lenguages.

There's a peculiarity in this lenguage. Often the nouns can be used also as adjective. In example, Lohun means both night and nocturnal if it's placed before a noun.


A - a

Ael - Aele :(noun neutr.) bless

Ahodna: (noun neutr.) canticle, song

Ama - ame: (noun neutr.) place

Ana: (adverb) without

Ane: (verb) to have

Are - Ari: (noun) defender

Asuo - Asui: (adj.) rejected

Aw: (noun) chief, king

B - b

Bejo: (noun) sage, guide, prophet

Bel: ()

Belen: ()

C - c

K - k

Ka: (prep.) to, towards

Kod - Kode: (noun neutr.) obstacle

Krag: (noun neutr.) enemy

D - d

Dehin - Dehis: (noun plur.) people

Deimoi: (adj.) foreigner

Dras: (adj.) corrupted

E - e

Eber: (noun fem.) Mother

Ede - edi: (noun. male/fem.) the chosen

Edelin: (noun fem.) daughter

Elei: (noun neutr.) light

Elia: (noun neutr.) vision

Elu: (noun neutr.) sea

En: (prep.) in that istant

Ene: (verb) to be

Eneva: (noun fem.) mother

Enevo: (noun male) father

Eve: (noun) existence

Even: (noun) lake

F - f

Fele: ()

Fluen: (noun neutr.) language

Fyel: (noun neutr.) wind

G - g

Gia=: (noun fem.) nature

Gir: (noun neutr.) claw

Gud - Gudi: (noun neutr.) shield

X - x



H - h

Habra: (noun neutr.) desert

Hagui: (noun neutr.) danger, used also when referring to mages

Hasho: (noun neutr.) deity, it's the name of the lord of the Unise

Hel: (noun neutr.) unity, blending

Hir: (noun neutr.) winter

Hu: (noun neutr.) Nothingness

I - i

Iae: (noun neutr.) origin

Ikir: (noun neutr.) ice

Ili: (noun neutr.) everything

Ilien: (noun neutr.) flower

Imin: (noun neutr.) purity

Ire: (noun neutr.) woods

Itel: (noun neutr.) movement

Y - y

Ylan: (noun. neutr.) voice

L - l

Lakra - Lakra: (noun. both male and fem.) the cursed one

Lan: ()

Lea: (noun.) The Song of Creation

Lene: (verb) to caress

Lidin: (noun) silver

Lohun: (noun) night

Lhun: (noun) shadow

M - m

Mi: (prep.) of

Mai: (adj) small

Miline: (verb) soothe

Mohu: (noun) horn

Muh: (noun) revenge

Munos - munoi: (noun) people, nation, community

N - n

Nene: (verb) to create

Nii: (adj.) elusive

Nintos: ()

O - o

Ohoda: ()

Onos: (noun) son

Oredel: (noun) warning

Ori: (adv.) against

P - p

Puka: (noun) fear

Q - q

R - r

Ru: (cong.) that

S - s

Sida: (noun) path


il: (noun) whisper


af: (noun) lightning

ad: (noun) blade

ida: (noun) leaf

ill: (noun) star

urd: (noun) destruction

J - j

Jole: (noun male) master of ceremonies

T - t

Ta: ()

Tel: ()

Tide: (noun) land

Tol: ()

Tolka: ()

U - u

Unie: (noun) world

Ur: (prep.) in, into, inside


Velete: (noun) rare curved horns made of pearl

Vo - vi: (noun) a low person, a rejected person

Vohol: (noun) antique

W - w

Z - z

Zin - zen: (noun) opposite

Zeo - zei: (noun) god

Zir: (noun) fire

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