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Dothraki Language Updates / Re: New words created for Amikumu
« Last post by Choyosor on December 20, 2017, 02:31:37 pm »

Option/ Choice n — Athokkar
To press v — Kaffolat (continuous crushing)
Setting n — Athazzohar (nominal form of 'placement')
Access n — Fiechamrah
To access v — Fiechamat
Number n — Yannqeya (part of/relation to a collection)
Broadcast n — Kadevah (wide net)
To broadcast v — Kadevat
Poland propernoun — Ramarhaesh (Land land)
To call/ To summon v — Donolat
Call n — Dono
Dial/ Compass n — Fireshekh (circle of the sun)
To dial v — fireshekhat
Messenger n — Assak
Text n — Tekse
To text v — Teksat
To text (someone) vtr — Atteksat
Nibble n — Osti
To nibble v — Ostilat
To nibble (something) vtr — Osstilat
To browse v — Ostilat (2)
Browser n — Ostik
To open v — Ovrat
To become open v — Ovrolat
To open (something) vtr — Ovvralat
To make something become open vtr — Ovvrolat
Billion n — Akior (Akat+yor)
Trillion n — Senior (Sen + yor)
Byte n — Lay (derived from 'bit')
KB n — Dalenlay (thousand byte)
MB n — Layof (great byte)
GB n — Akioray (billion byte)
TB n — Senioray (trillion byte)
Bug/ Issue n — Athzireyeser
Feedback n — Savadakhi (feed again)
Null adj — Voloy (Vo + loy)
To be null v — Volat
To become null v — Vololat
To make something null vtr — Avvolat
Key n — Gaccheya (relating to a solution)
Tube/ Pipe/ Cane/ Reed n — Zhanna (derived from 'zhani' and Latin root 'canna')
Canal/ Channel/ Tunnel n — Zhannakh
Refresh v — Vichosherat
To make something attach vtr — Affenat
To become attached v — Fenolat
Attachment n — Athfenar
Connection n — Athakkemar
Can Still v aux — Lazin (You can still go = Yer lazin eli)
Are Already v aux — Nemray (You are already burned = Yer nemray virsae)
Contact na — Frakhonesak
To make sounds with your voice v — Estat (derived from ast-)
To vocalize — Estolat
Vocal adj — Este
Voice n — Estikh
Vocalization n — Athestar
Download n — Mozgohhe (from 'load' [mosk-] and 'downwards' [-zoh]. the /sk/ cluster becomes voiced in the presence of the /z/, creating the [zg] allophone)
To download v — Mozgohat
To become downloaded v — Mozgoholat
To download something vtr — Ammozgohat
Cookie/ Cash (in terms of computers) n — Mozgohhekh
Data n — Mozgohheya
Disclaim v — Edonasat
Disclaimer n — Edonasak
Community n — Zhillisir (a collection of the common people)

This is all for today. Later on I'm going to make a comment in other threads with all the words I currently have as an official proposition to the community to add them to the dictionary.
Announcements / Re: Can anyone translate?
« Last post by Titstewan on December 16, 2017, 08:48:06 pm »
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Dothraki Language Updates / Re: Dothraki Survey
« Last post by Sioned on December 16, 2017, 01:25:00 am »
Thank you very much, Choyosor!

By the way, if any of you don't wish to answer on public, feel free to pm me! :)
Dothraki Language Updates / Re: Dothraki Survey
« Last post by Choyosor on December 15, 2017, 06:05:53 pm »
Athchomar chomakaan!

I'll happily participate!

1) 18
2) Male
3) Currently In my junior year of college
4) United States
5) I am currently at school for my major in linguistics!
6) I consider myself a pretty active ASOIAF fan. I'm far from the biggest fan, though, and I don't know if I could recount the plot of the novels. I pay attention to the lore most of all, because that's what's most important to the projects I have for Dothraki
7) I have been learning Dothraki for about two years this month
8 ) I would consider myself very advanced. I'd say I'm fluent in reading, near fluent in writing, and if I had someone to speak to I could have a decent conversation. If I were to put myself on a scale from 1-10 (10 as the highest), I'd put myself at an 8 or so.
9) I use the dictionary  made by Lajaki, Ingsve and Krakkar, as well as the wiki.  I originally used the official book from Living Language, but it lacks severely beyond basic grammar. So, I turned to the resources made by the community.
10) Not quite sure, to be honest.  I sort of just stumbled upon it in 10th grade and have been learning it voraciously.  I love how fluid and natural everything feels while not being overburdened with unneeded rules.  I guess, really, I've had nothing but fun with it, so why not?
11) If you mean a culture of people who speak Dothraki on this forum, then not really. For the last two years I've been on these forums, there are maybe three people actively posting here at the same time, and almost none of them stick around for long.
12) I say the most important development remains in vocabulary. I actually just made a long post a few days ago about how far we can and should expand the lexicon. It's vitally important that
 we expand the word count so that the language can be applied to more forms of media, reach a wider audience and bring new people onto the forums (and have them stay for a while)
13) Not much has been affected beyond people figuring out how to craft new words so that they can translate things like song lyrics and book passages.
14) A lot of the pioneers for Dothraki (Ingsve, Qvaak, Lajaki, Tetswan, Hrakkar) had the most influence over DJP.  On the Dothraki blog, David would write about and participate with these people and give feedback on what he liked and disliked about what they did with Dothraki. However, DJP hasn't been active in this community for a long while (the last post he made was in February 2015, and influence from the creator has been next to nothing for the last three years
15) Absolutely not. Though 4000 words are capable for successful communication, it's far from being able to communicate in any context outside of basic conversation and things relating to the life of the Dothraki. Today and yesterday I've just been listing off words I've smithed for a language app that have many many words that are necessary to communicate in any kind of adult manner (words like 'experience', 'knot', or 'center').
16) It'll need more speakers to survive as a community, but people will be able to learn it regardless of if there's a community or not.
17) I think if people make a bigger effort to centralize to this forum, engage each other and keep up to date, the community will see growth.
18) I think, if there's active community interaction, we'll see an expansion of vocabulary and more translations and projects being done in the language.  Until we see active engagement from people who have learned the language or want to learn the language, Dothraki won't grow
19) I think I've thoroughly aired my opinions  :)
Dothraki Language Updates / Dothraki Survey
« Last post by Sioned on December 15, 2017, 03:02:19 pm »
M’athchomaroon! :)
I'm writing a thesis on Dothraki, and I need to do this survey to better understand the people who choose to study it and their reasons. Would you please answer some questions? :) Thank you!
1.   What is your age?
2.   What is your gender?
3.   What is your educational level?
4.   What is your nationality?
5.   Have you ever studied linguistics or related subjects?
6.   Do you consider yourself a Game of Thrones/ASOIAF fan?
7.   How long have you been learning Dothraki?
8.   What would you consider your proficiency level to be?
9.   What methods have you used for learning Dothraki?
10.   Why do you study Dothraki?
11.   Do you feel that there is a Dothraki culture and if so, are you a part of it? Please explain.
12.   What would you describe as the most important aspects of the development of the Dothraki language?
13.   In which way do you think Dothraki has been influenced/changed by the fact that the language now is used for human communication?
14.   Do you think that any Dothraki speakers or the related Web sites have influenced David Peterson in coining new words or developing new grammar? Please give examples.
15.   Do you think the Dothraki language, as known today, has all the vocabulary and all the grammar that is necessary for extensive human communication in all fields of life? Please give examples.
16.   Do you think Dothraki will need more speakers to survive as a language?
17.   How do you think Dothraki can attract more speakers?
18.   How do you think Dothraki will develop in the future?
19.   Do you have any other comments on the development of the Dothraki language?

If you wish, you may answer me in pm!
San athchomari yerea!
Dothraki Language Updates / Re: New words created for Amikumu
« Last post by Choyosor on December 15, 2017, 01:11:09 pm »

Solidify vtr — Acchongolat (in the context of the app, it means 'confirm')
Use v — Davarat (derived from the word 'davra')
Connect/ Conjoin vtr. — Akkemolat (This is used when you, as an outside party, are making a connection between two or more different things)
Experience n — Kalen (derived from 'kelen')
Experience v — Kalenat
Gain Experience v — Kalenolat
Give Experience/ Advise vtr — Akkalenat
Service n — Zafrakh
Invisible adj — Chafven (wind like)
Invisibility n — Athchafvenar
Visible adj — Echafvena
Visibility n — Athechafvenazar
Choice n — Okkakh
Telephone n — Memhezhah
Cellphone n — Memhezhah ovray
Can(2) v aux — Lazem (combination of 'laz' and 'nem'. Used in the context 'mori lazem atiha' or 'they can be seen')

Tanget explanation:

In the app, you may come across a very difficult sentence that you won't be able to piece together unless you have a very indepth knowledge of Dothraki, so I figured I'd just give the translation here. The sentence in question is "Voji astoy lazem vo tiha ka'shafka chafven", which means "Speaking people cannot be seen while you are invisible", or in the English version from the app "The nearby speakers can’t be seen while you are set to invisible.  It's probably the most beautiful sentence I've had the pleasure of translating so far, and I'd hate to see it go unnoticed or avoided by new speakers.

Version n — Esinakh (result of change)
Paradigm Shift n — Esinneya (a piece of change)
Modify v — Esinasilat (a little change)
Type v — Namovat (derived from 'move')
Typing n — Namov
Add/ Take in v — Qorolat (derived from 'qora')
Knot n — Liwo(1) (derived from 'liwalat')
Link n — Liwo(2)
Solid n — Nachonge (derived from 'chonga')
Solid adj — Chonge
Iceland prop n — Rhaesheserejesh (land of ice)
Audio n — memikh (result of sound)
Copy n — Savo (derived from 'save')
Repeat v — Savat
Copy v — Savolat
Another person n — Eshnak
Video n — Tihivithikh (the result of flowing sight)
Must be v aux — Ethem (One must be selected; Ato'them okka)
Exclusivity n — Athdissezar
Server n — Idrik

More later
Dothraki Language Updates / Re: New words created for Amikumu
« Last post by Choyosor on December 14, 2017, 07:13:49 pm »
Polyglot n — Sanlekh
Conference n — Shilisir
File na — Neseser
Value n — Athmasar
Camera na — Renenohha (derived from "renrenoh")
Plan, scedule, season, segment of time — Ka
Plan v — Kasolat
Displayed name/ Stage name/ Avatar na— Hakesshie
Decisions/ Rules/ Policy n — Athkelenar
Privacy n — Athsavidosar
Consent n — Okkeya

This is going to be all for tonight
Dothraki Language Updates / New words created for Amikumu
« Last post by Choyosor on December 14, 2017, 05:08:14 pm »
This thread will be used as an archive for all the words I make for Amikumu.  Each day that I make a new word, I will add it to this thread so that we can add them to the dictionary later.


Password n —Asodin (word pass)
Week na —Fekhashekh (seven day)
Abuse n —Melesitteya (bad bragging)
Contact (information) ni —Frakhonesa (touch information)
Advanced adj —Vishven (Forehead-like)
Possibility n —Athdevar (able in nominative form)
Age ni —Athfozar (old in nominative form)
Profile na — Khadoqem (cloth body. Meant to convey the meaning of presenting a personal, but not entirely authentic, version of yourself)
Behavior n — Okki (from the root "choose". Means something like "choice")
Internet na — Qosarreya (web. shortened from the euphemism "the human's web")
Near adj — Qis
Voice message ni — Assomemikh (sound word)
Term n — Kelenakh (the final decision)
Condition/Agreement/Deal/Joint decision n — Niyanqooqo (choose together. the [oq] at the end is actually an allomorph of [ok]. Also sounds similar to "heart beating together")
Public adj — Yanqache (collective environment)
Public n — Athyanqachar
University n — Eziversharra (continuously traditional/ancient learning. Meant to sound similar to the actual word University)
Association n — Athsillazar (a following)
Distant adj — Hezhah
Distance n — Athhezhahar
E- prfx — Q-
Detail n — Sachia (a little piece)
List n — Zafranrisa (slave line. Comes from the Dothraki making sure that all the slaves they give to the trade-cities are all together)
Account n — Sansalir (derives from "san")
Change n — Esinasa
Translate dtr all. — Yomloshat (across carrying. this along with the allative case makes the meaning become "carrying the language to another language")
Biography n — Hoyalathira (life song)
Safety n — Asanda
Anyone na — Loyak
Fortune, Destiny na — Hlosha (compund of hatif "forward" and losh "carry")
Fortunate adj — Hloshven
Interface n — Kashatif (amongst the face)
Middle part/ Intermediate/ Center n — Emmeya (Meronymic of "mra")
Current adj — Vekh
Native adj — Esifas
Register v int — Savezalat
Reason (explanation) n — Elze
Female/Femininity n — Athchiorizar
Male/Masculinity n — Athmahrazhar
Description n — Zohasta
Everything ni — Evekh
Blocked adj — Najaz

More on the way!
Beginners / All Root Morphemes in Dothraki [RESOURCE]
« Last post by Choyosor on December 14, 2017, 06:30:29 am »
M'ath eyaki!

Below is a list of every free morpheme found in Dothraki as well as any allomorphs, homomorphs or cryptomorphs that appear in the dictionary.  These roots have been shaved down to their most basic form, meaning most every morpheme ends in a consonant (unless absolutely necessary to the meaning the morpheme carries).  Inflectional and derivational morphology has been left out, but may be added at a later date.  These roots can be a useful learning tool — helping you to better learn and grasp the core meanings of Dothraki and better deduce the meaning of words that you may not know — as well as a good template for you to use if you're in a situation where you need to make a new word.  It was a great deal of fun to make and I hope you enjoy the resource!

Dothraki Root Morphemes

(E/A)v- start, beginning, parent
(H)ad(aen)- food
(V)o(s)- no, not, negative, none
Achr- smell, smelly, odor
Adakh- eat, feed, consume
Ador- chair
Adr- Turtle
Aen- morning
Afazh- hot
Afis- fly
Ahesh- snow
Ak(at)- two, also, including, as well
Al- some
Alegr- duck
An- jog
Anha- 1st person singular pronoun
Ao- dark, deep, empty
Ar- [unknown] (possibly related to Az-)
Aran- drop, forget, neglect
Ares- hide
Arth- to fall
As- word
Asavv(a)- sky
Asf- berry
Ashef- river
Assh(i)- introduce, present, presentation
Ast- speak, say, saying, prayer, joke
At- one
Ath- dry
Awaz- scream
Ay- wait, remain, always
Ayen- bell
Az- blade
Azh- gift, present
Ch(oo)- pika
Chaf- wind, unauthentic, corporeal
Chak- quiet
Chal- bean
Char- ear, hear, listen
Che- or, either
Chek- well
Chelsian- locust
Chen- liver
Chetir- canter, stroll
Chey- dark bey horse
Chi- -(enty)
Chift- cricket
Chil- lay, supine, expanse, ground, limit
Chior- woman
Chir- almost
Chit- shiver
Chiv- horn
Choak- bitter
Chom- respect
Chong- hard
Choq- run from, flee, retreat
Chork- roll
Chosh- fresh
Chot- beet
Choy- butt, cushion, rear
Daen- leaf
Dah- grass
Dak- pomegranate
Dalen- thousand
Dalf- cattle
Dan1- gem
Dan2- river ford
Dana- forest clearing
Darif- saddle
Darin- limp, lame, crippled
Dav1- pungent, smelly
Dav2- rosemary bush
Davr- use, good
Day- breast, bosom, nourish
Dech- cheek
Dei- light colored
Dev- to be able to, to know how to
Devesh- fog, mist
Diaf- skull
Dik- fast
Dil- sparkle
Din- pass, surpass
Dirg- idea, thought
Dis- simple, basic
Dishah- tree bark
Diw(e)- wet
Diwe- wet, moist
Dog- suffer
Don- shout
Dorv- goat
Dosh- council
Dothr- ride
Dovoedd(i)- unsullied, castrated
Dozg- enemy, opponent, opposite
Dran- breastfeeding mother
Drek- spill
Driv- death, dead, kill
Drog- herd, corral, drive
Drozh- inanimate slay, kill
E(i/y)- All
Ef- shackle, bondage
Ej- edge, bank
Elain- plant, seed
Elm- shoulder
Elz- respond, feedback, reasoning
Em- smile
Emr- exit, leave
Ent- child, baby
Erin- good, kind
Ersh- old
Es- smooth
Esh- new, rise, emerge
Eshin- fish
Eshn- other, another
Esin- different
Ess(a)- return
Eth- must, have to
Ew(e)- olive
Eyel- rain
Ez- learn, study, smart, find, teacher, explore, venture
Fak- kick
Fans- dappled horse
Faq- corn bunting
Fas- cloud
Fat- insult, slap
Fedr- the sound of hooves
Fej- hate
Fekh- seven
Feld- wing
Fen- attach
Fer- hemp
Fes- carrot, root, vegetable
Feshith- tree
Fev- thirst, thirsty
Fich- grab, fetch, pick up
Fiez- rope, lasso
Fih- smoke
Filk- caterpillar
Fill- dried plum
Fin- interrogative
Fir- round
Fis- clean
Fish- cold
Fit- short
Flas- cream
Flech- dull
Fon- hunt, track, seek
Foth- throat, neck
Foz- old
Frakh- feel, touch
Gach- place, space, environment
Gadim- lungs, roots of a tree
Gaez- brother, fraternal
Gal- egg
Gamiz- rice
Gan- lean, burden, drag down
Gang- stomach
Gaol- intestines, guts
Garv- hunger, hungry
Gavat- meat
Gech- vagina, pussy, female genitals
Geh- [unknown] (something to do with a bolas)
Gend- rip
Ger- lack
Gev- mole
Gezr- snake, serpent
Gid- push
Gil- breeze, air, breath
Gim- mouse
Giz- bee
Glas- onion
Glen- louse
Gor- charge a horse
Gosh- certain
Gov- breed
Gradd(a)- graddakh, garbage
Gref- wall
Gwe- go!
Ha- for, from
Hador- gust of wind
Haf- quiet
Hag- link, chain, bond
Haj- strong
Haje- right (direction)
Haji- because
Hak(e)- name, title, fame, reputation
Hal(e)- Hey!
Halah- flower
Hale- to get
Hamm(i)- yak
Hann(a)- rose
Haq(e)- exhaustion, tired
Has- sharp
Hash- do/are/is
Hatif- face, front, confront
Hav- move weakly
Havazh- sea, ocean, saltwater body
Havon- bread
Havz- cat
Haz- medial locative
Hef- [unknown] (something to do with jugs)
Hem- fur
Hesk- south, southern
Heth- person lips, rims
Hethk- prepare, tight, ready
Hezhah- distance, travel, far
Hil- sex, fucking
Him- fist, clench, squeeze
Hlak- glove
Hliz- bear, powerful
Hlof- wrist, ankle, joint, pivot
Hosh- gold
Hosk- animal mouth
Hoyal- song
Hrakkar- lion
Hran- grass
Hrazef- horse
Idir1- owl
Idir2- turn, spin
Ido- wood, fake
Idr- guide, leader of hun
If- foreign
Igg(e)- bucket
Ij- swallow
Ikh- product, outcome, ash
Il- skin
Ild- sword strike
Ilek- skin
Ilm- vegetable
Imo- belt
Inavv(a)- sister
Ind- drink
Int- beetle, bug
Irg- behind, back
Irr(a)- trout
Irv- trot
Ish- might
Ist- well proven, well tested, durable
It- Lukewarm
Ithkoil- brittle
Iv- melt
Iv(i)- melt, smelt
Ivezh- wild, fierce
Iz- poison
Jad- come
Jadr- vulture
Jah- pride, victory, conquest
Jalan- moon
Jan- dog
Janha- blanket
Janis- niece
Jaq- execute, assassinate
Javrath- reigns
Jaz- block, protect, defend
Jedd(a)- pony
Jel(a)- lemon
Jell(i)- cheese
Jer(a)- trade, haggle, discuss
Jerv- imprison, enclose, capture
Jes- to pull
Jesh- frozen, very cold
Jif- should
Jil- correct
Jimm(a)- west, westward
Jin1- proximal locative
Jin2- female goat
Jith- fox
Jiz- Chicken
Jol- cook
Jom- salmon
Jon- close, shut
Jor- idol
Jorok- corn
Kad- net
Kaf- pestle, grindstone, crush, grind
Kan- lark
Karlin- gallop
Kart- pull with both hands
Kash- time, during, chronology, duration
Kazg- Black
Kelen- order, organized
Kem- conjoin
Ken- hundred
Kendr- opal
Kess(e)- carry
Kha(d/l)- body, waist, royal, military leader
Khef- sneeze
Kher- animal skin
Khew(o)- worm
Khir- flag
Khizr- marsh, swamp
Khogar- clothes
Khogar(i)- box, chest
Ki- by
Kim- origin, primitive
Kim(i)- palm tree
Kis- to try to
Kisha- 1st person plural pronoun
Koal- heal, health, apothecary
Kog- flaw, blemish
Kohol- bow
Kol- heal, cure
Kolver- eagle
Kov- stand
Krazaaj- mountain
Krist- female relative
Krol- flea
Lain- pretty
Laj- fight
Lakh- chewing, chew
Lam- mare
Lan- run
Laq- tear, droplet
Lashfak- Stew
Lav- loud
Laz- can, able to
Lei- lost
Lekh- tongue, taste, language
Lent- stem, neck
Leqs- rat, rodent
Leshit- breath
Lir- tattoo
Liw(a)- to tie
Loj- hit
Lom- bathe
Loqam- arrow
Lor- blink, wink, batting eyes
Losh- carry
Lost- disappoint
Loy- a bit, small amount, few
Ma- and, with
Mad- sew
Maeg- witch, sorceress, blood magic
Maf- kid (goat)
Mahrazh- man
Mai- mother
Mal- finish something, complete
Mani(m)- anxious, nervous
Mari- construct, build, forge
Mas- valuable
Matt(e)- limp
Mawizz(e)- rabbit
Me- 3rd person singular
Mek- five
Mel- evil, bad
Mem- sound
Men- empty
Mes- muscle
Mes(i)- pregnant, swollen
Mesina- soup
Mezah- sex, sexy, hot
Mhar- ache, sore
Mih- thorn, jab, poky thing
Mithr- rest, relax, calm
Mori- 3rd person plural pronoun nominative
Mosk- pack, sack, pouch
Move- make, create, build, cast
Mra- into, within, out of
Mred- garlic
Nakh- end, stop
Nav- urine
Nayat- girl
Neak- long
Negwin- stone
Nerr(o)- foal
Nes- know, knowledge
Neva- sit, squat
Nhar- head
Nhiz- raven
Nhom- female gog
Nin(d)- sausage
Niq- rigid, erect
Nir- fill
Nith- pain
Nizh- tough, hard, difficult
Noah- bull
Nof- wipe
Nokit- trample
Noreth- hair
Not- turn
Nozh- brown skinned
Nris- straight
Nroj- thick, complex
O(r/s)to- tooth, bite
Oakah- mettle, worth, soul
Och- light skin
Oet- yam
Og- slaughter, fatality, butcher
Ogg(o)- animal head
Ohar- fall, collapse, defeat
Ohar(a)- daughter
Ohazh- heavy, ripe
Oir- fat
Ok- choose
Ok(e)o- friend, trustee, bodyguard
Okh- ring
Okr- tent, personal space, enclosed area
Old- rub
Oleth- above
Olt- hill
Ond- wear
Onqoth- walk, horse’s gait
Oqet- sheep
Oqo- beat, rhythm
Ori- eight
Orz(i)- shoe
Orzo- trap, ambush
Os- path
Osh- suck
Ovah- wide, fat
Ovr- loose, moveable
Ozzir- ruby
Q(o/i)y- blood
Qach- firefly
Qaf- question
Qahlan- palomino horse
Qam- [unknown] (something to do with grief, crying, sadness)
Qan- stork
Qavat- nine
Qay- float
Qaz2- apple
Qazat- nine
Qem- covering, clothes, cloth
Qes- basket, open container
Qeshah- sand
Qev- forest
Qif- boar
Qil- island, isolated
Qis- near
Qlas- deer, prey
Qor- Hand, hold, grab, take
Qosar- spider, deceit, lie maliciously
Qoth- loyal, repetitive
Qov- shed
Qweh- vomit
Rachel- tiger
Rag- choke, choking on something
Rah- [unknown] (something to do with light)
Rakh- boy
Ram- [unknown] (something to do with land or ground)
Ray- already
Rayan- plateau, top
Rea- organ
Redd(a)- thin, skinny
Rek- distal locative
Remek- sleep
Renrenoh- hollow
Rhae- foot, ground, measurement
Rhag- cart, vehicle
Rhan- mercy, benevolence
Rhel- help, aide
Rhik- stirrup
Rhoa- animal
Rhoj- family member, relative
Rich- bubble, swell
Rigw- raisin
Rikh- rot
Ris- cut, cut into, fix, surgery
Riv- nose, smell, sniff
Rizh- son
Roch- scrape
Rof- shriveled
Rokh- fear
Sach- piece, half, semi, a part
Saj- steed
Samv- break
San- much, many, a lot
Sand- safe
Save- again
Sek- yes
Sen- three
Seris- free
Serj- vest
Sewaf- grape
Shaf- breaking in, getting your first kill with a new weapon, loss of virginity
Shafka- 2nd person formal singular pronoun
Shar- healthy
She- upon, in, on
Shekh- sun, day, light
Shier- star, glint
Shig- snore
Shil- to know a person
Shim- tame
Shin- fizzle out
Shiqeth- steel, metal, grey
Shir- scorpion
Shiran- beard, facial hair
Sho- mark, spot, smudge
Shok- jump
Shor- dress
Sier- nephew
Sikht- spit
Sil- flash, gleam
Sill(a)- follow
Simon- male relative
Sindarin- left, leftward
Sis- lighting
Sit- brag, lie
Som1- zero
Som2- missing
Sondr- Obsidian
Soq- weave
Soqw- plum
Sorf- dirt, dirty
Soroh- halt
Sov- pear
T(a)- do
Taok- metal
Tas- silkworm
Tav- chop
Tawak- metal, authentic
Tehin- breed of horse with reddish fur
Temm(e)- thunder
Tha- duty, task, dutiful
Thagw- yogurt
Thash- soft
Thav- marmot
Thelis- blue
They- nipple
Thi- ten
Thif- narrow
Thim- leak
Thir- life
Thom- juice, juicy
Tif- woody seed
Tih- eye, see, observe
Tim- boot
Timv- book
Tir- finger, point, sharp point, nail
Tith- east
Tok- dumb
Tolor- bone
Tor- four
Torg- stomach, belly, tummy
Tozar- lake
V(e/i)th- water, flowing, fluid
Vad1- filly
Vad2- turnip
Vaes- city, civilization, emassing of people
Vaf- lamb
Valad- horizon
Valsh- north, northwards
Vash- stampede
Vaz- storm
Vekh- thing, being, to be, existing as, presently
Veltor- yellow
Vem- elbow, knee, hinge
Ven- like, alike, similar
Ver1- travel
Ver2- wolf
Vezh- stallion, great, amazing
Vi- through
Vik1- annoying, bitchy
Vik2- chin, jaw
Vil1- to manage to
Vil2- wise
Vind- stab
Vint- portion of meat
Virzeth- red
Vish- [unknown] (something to do with both foreheads, color, and killing)
Vit(h)- flow, feast
Vizhad- silver
Vod- dust
Voj- person, thinking being
Vors- fire, heat
Vov- weapon
Vre- leap
Vroz- slow
Yanq- gathering, collection, group
Yar- flinch
Yash- air
Yath- high, up, upwards
Yen- fail, failure
Yer- 2nd person informal singular pronoun
Yeri- 2nd person plural pronoun
Yesi- crone
Yett(o)- frog
Yof- crazy, insane
Yol- birth, egg, embryo
Yom- cross
Yor- million
Yot- fruit
Yoz- dilute, make less, disperse
Zafr- slav
Zaj- refuse
Zal- hope, want, desire
Zan- sturdy, stable, steadfast
Zand- sack, pouch, pack, purse
Zasq- white
Zerq- swim
Zhal- winged insect, butterfly, moth
Zhan- spear, select
Zhaq- bass
Zhav- reptile
Zhea- beautiful
Zhey- vocative marker
Zhif- salt
Zhikh- sick, ill
Zhil- love
Zhill(i)- any, general, broad
Zhind- six
Zhir- dance, celebrate
Zhokw- big
Zhor- heart
Zhowa- danger
Zin- still, am currently
Zir- bird
Zirv- flash
Zis- hurt, wound, scratch
Zoh- low, down, descend
Zol- small, bit, speck
Zor- roar

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