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Dothraki Word Groupings

This section is taken from the words available in the Dothraki dictionary and are grouped similar to ESL (English as a Second Language) groupings or rather in this case DSL (Dothraki as a Second Language). Some English words do not show a corresponding Dothraki word. This is because the word not currently have available in our lexicon. The English, however, is still listed, allowing us to see what is missing. In cases where no corresponding word exists in Dothraki, it can be noted as well. Words will be repeated when they fall into more than one category. The groupings are basic and not exhaustive.


Dothraki Categories


Animals (Rhoa)


Animals (Rhoa) (and Insects)
animal
rhoa
bear
hlizif: na.
bee
giz: n.
beetle
inte: ni.
bird
zir: n.
black stork
qana: n.
boar
qifo: ni.
bull
noah
butterfly zhalia: ni. (class B)
cat
havzi: ni.
caterpillar
filki: ni.
chicken
jiz: n.
corn bunting (a bird
faqqi: na.
cow dafe
cricket
chiftik: n. cricket (also used as an insult)
dog
jano: ni.
/dog (female)
nhomi: ni
dragon
zhavvorsa: ni.
dragonfly
duck
alegra: ni.
eagle
kolver: n.
fish
eshina
 / bass fish
zhaqe: n.
 /salmon
joma ni.
fly
afis: n.
frog
yetto: ni.  (accusitive: yet)
goat
dorvi: ni.
 / female goat
jin (2): na.
horse
hrazef: ni.
lamb
rakh: n.
 / female lamb
vafi: ni.
lion

lizard
zhav: n.
louse
glen
locust
chelsian: na.
mole
geve: na.
mouse gimi: n.
mule
enossho: ni.
owl
idiro: na.
pig qifo:
pika
choo: n.
rabbit
mawizzi: ni.
raptor, bird of prey
zirqoy: ni.
raven
nhizo: na.
silkworm
taso: n.
sheep (singular)
oqet: ni.
snake
gezri
spider
qosar: n.
stork

tiger rachel
turtle
adra: na.
vulture
jadro: ni.
white lion
hrakkar: na.
wolf
ver: n.
worm
khewo: ni.
yak
hammi: n.


Animals (Rhoa) – Related Words
(to) drive (animals)
drogat: vtr.
(to) feed
vadakherat: v.
(to) fly
ovethat: v.
(to) mate with (of animals), breed
govat: vtr.
(to) roar
zorat: v.
(to) slaughter
ogat: v.
animal carcass
dozgikh
animal pelt
hemikh
bird noise, ”tweet”
memzir: ni.
beast
ivezho: n.
captured animal, not yet tamed kadikh: n.
feather feldekh: ni.
fur
hem: ni.
head (of an animal)
oggo: na.
herd
drogikh: ni.
horn chiva
lion’s mane
jahak: na.
mouth (of an animal) hoska
pelt hemikh: ni.
skin (of an animal) kher:ni.
something made from animal skin kherikh: ni.
spawn
haesh: ni.
tail eve
tame
shim
wild
ivezh: adj.
wing
felde


Animals – Related Words: Hunting
(to) hunt
fonat: v.
hunter
fonak: na.
hunting party
fonakasar: na.
leader of the hunt
idrik: na.


Animals (Rhoa) – Horse (Hrazef)
foal
nerro: ni.
mare
lame: n.
 / mare’s milk
lamekh: ni.
Mustang, the horse that used to be tame
hrazef chafi
pony
jedda: ni.
steed/mount
sajo: na.
stallion
vezh:na.
young male horse
manin: n.


Animals (Rhoa) – Horse (Hrazef) Coloring Types
chestnut
nozho: n.
dark bay
cheyao:n.
dun
ocha: n.
palomino
qahlan: n.
perlino
messhih: n.


Animals (Rhoa) – Horse (Hrazef) Related Words
blood rider
dothrakhqoyi: ni.
horse lord
vezhak: na.
reins
javrath
saddle
darif: n.
(to) canter
chetirat (1): v.
(to) canter beside
chetirat (2): vtr. to gen.
(to) charge a horse
gorat: v.
(to) rein, to check or guide a horse with the reigns
javrathat: vtr.
(to) ride (with horse, steed, or my horse, my steed as the subject)
dothralat (1): v.
 / (to) ride
heshahat: vin.
 / (to) ride
vidrogerat: v.
ride
dothrakh: ni.
rider
dothrak: na.
rider
sajak: na.
(to) ride beside
dothralat (2): vtr. to gen.
(to) gallop
karlinat (1): v.
(to) gallop beside
karlinat (2): vtr. to gen.
halt (when referring to a horse)
sorohis: intj.
(to) mount
sajat: vtr.
stirrup
rhiko: ni.
(to) trample
nokittat: v.
tail eve


Animals (Rhoa) – Horse (Hrazef) Guiding Words
giddyup
hosh
woah
affa


The Body (Khado)


Arms and Hands (Qora)
arm
qora: na.
elbow
vem: n. (same as knee)
finger
tir: ni.
index finger

 / middle

 / little

 / ring finger

nail
tirikh
fist
himo
forearm

hand
qora: na.
 / left hand

 / right hand

palm

thumb

wrist
hlofa: ni. (same as ankle)


Above the Shoulders
chin
vik: ni.
cheek
dech: n.
ear
chare: ni.
eye
tih: na.
eyebrow

eyelash

eyelid
qemmotihan: ni.
face
hatif (1): n.
forehead
vish: n.
hair
noreth: n.
head
nhare: na.
jaw

lip
heth: ni. (also rim)
mouth (of a person)
gomma
neck
lenta: n.
nose
riv
nostril

shoulder
elme: ni.
tooth (teeth)
vort: n.
tongue
lekh (2): ni.
throat
foth: n.



The Torso
belly
gango: ni.
back
irge
behind/bottom

breast
odaya
chest
odaya
nipple (on a teat)
theya: n.
stomach
torga (1): ni.
waist
khaor: ni.


Legs and Feet (Rhae ma Rhae)
ankle
hlofa: ni.
calf

foot (feet)
rhae: n.
heel
vemish: ni.
hips

knee
vem: n. (same as elbow
leg
rhae: n.
shin

thigh

toe

big toe

little toe

toe nail


Vocabulary Related to Body Parts
blood
qoy: n.
bone
tolorro: ni.
flesh
kher: ni.
hair
noreth: n.
muscle
meso:
skin
ilek: n.




Verbs Related to Different Parts of the Body
Ear (Chare)
hear
charat (1): vtr.
listen
charolat: v.
Eye (Tih)
blink
lorrat: v.
(to) cry, weep
laqat
glance

 / (to) glance at
tihilat: v.
glare

look
tihat: vtr.
 / (to) look at
tihilat: v.
see
tihat: vtr.
stare
vitiherat:v.
tear(s)
laqikh
wink
lorat: v.
Finger
point
tirat: v.
scratch
efesalat
Foot (Rhae)
kick
fakat (1): vtr.
Hand(s) (Qura)
clap

hit
lojat (1): vtr.
hold loshat
punch

shake

slap
fatat (1): vtr.
squeeze efat
touch
frakhat (1): vtr.
Head
nod

shake

Lungs (Gadim)
(to) breathe
leshitat: v.
lungs
gadim: ni.
Lips
kiss
zoqwat: v.
smack

smile
emat (1): v.
whistle

Mouth
bite
ostat: vtr.
chew
lakkhat: v.
drink
indelat: v.
eat
adakhat: v.
frown

joke
astilat (1): v.
laugh
jasat: v.
mutter

scream
awazat: v.
shout
donat (1): v.
smile
emat (1): v.
sneer

spit
sikhtelat
suck oshat
talk/speak
astolat (1): v.
taste
lekhi: ni.
wail
athlaqar: ni.
Nose
smell
rivvat: vtr.
sneeze
khefat
sniff
rivvat: vtr.
Shoulders
shrug

Throat
swallow
ijelat: v.
Toe
stub

wiggle

Tongue (Lekh)
lick

taste
lekhi: ni.
Torso
to have an erection
dothralat (3): v.
(to) twitch



Verbs Related to the Body (Khado)
(to) bathe
lommat: v.
(to) dress
khogarat
(to) undress
ekhogaralat: v.
(to) wear
ondelat: vtr.
(to) shiver
vichiterat: vin.


Internal Organs and Inside the Body
brain (human)
yothnhare: ni.
heart
zhor: na.
intestines gaoli
liver
cheno:ni.
lungs
gadim: ni.
skull
diaf: n.


The Body (Khado) - Five Senses and Related Words
hearing
/sound mem: n.
/loud lavakh
/quiet, soft haf
smell (to smell) rivvat: vtr.
taste lekhi: ni.
touch frakhat: vtr.
see thihat: vtr.

Celebrations


Celebration – Related Words
(to) attend

birthday
asshekhqoyi: ni.
(a) feast, a place a feast is held
vitteya: ni.
wedding
athezhirar: ni.
game
vilajerosh: ni.
gift
azho: ni.
(to) give (something to someone)
azhat: vtr. recipient is in allative case
guest
nevak:na.
(to) invite

(to) laugh
jasat : v.
(to) joke
astilat (1):v
(to) joke about
astilat (2): vtr.
(to) dance
ezhirat: vin.
 / dancing
ezhiray: adj.
 / dancing
athezhirar: ni.
(to) be present, to exist
vekhat: v. (assigns subject to the genitive)
(to) sing
hoyalat: v.
 / song
hoyali: n.


Clothing (Khogar)


Clothes (Khogar) – Related Words
cloths
khogar: ni.
(to) dress
khogarat
(to) undress
ekhogaralat
(to) wear
ondelat: vtr.


Clothes (Khogar) – General
belt
imo: ni.
dress (women)
shor: na.
glove(s)
hlaka: ni.
vest
serja: ni.
 / leather vest
serja kherikh: n.

Clothes (Khogar) – Footwear
boot   
tim: ni.


Clothes – Armor & Weapon(s) (Armor ma Vov)
curved Dothraki sword
arakh: n.
arrow
loqam: n.
bow
kohol: n.
weapon
vov: n
whip
orvik: n.
armor (foreigner’s knight’s armor, lit. steel dress)
shor tawakof: na.


Clothes (Khogar) – Headgear
crown
firikhnharen: ni.


Clothes (Khogar) – Material/Fabric
hemp
ferri: ni.
leather
kherikh: ni.
silk
tasokh: ni.
sandsilk

wool
vafikh: ni.
blanket janha


Clothes (Khogar) – Patterns
decorated

emboridered

patterned

plain

striped


Clothes (Khogar) – Other Related Words
earrings

jewelry

bell(s)
ayena: n.
brooch

mend

necklace

ring
fire: n.
satchel/sack
zande:n.
stitch

sew
madat
tie liwalat
weave

/reweave


Colors (Vishiya)

Colors (Vishiya)
black
kazga
blue
thelis
brown
nozhoven
gray
shiqueth
green
dahaan
orange
There is no word for oranger, usually veltor or sometimes virzeth can be used
pink
theyaven
purple
reaven
red
virzeth
white
zasqa
yellow
veltor


Colors (Vishiya) – Related Words
dark (of colors, lit. word for deep, as in water)
ao (2): adv.
light (of colors, lit. word for shallow, as in water)
dei (2): adv.


Communication


Communication – Verbal
language
lekh (1): na.
(to) argue

(to) ask
qafat: vtr.
(to) be silent
chakat (2): vin.
(to) brag
esittesalat:v.
(to) command
assolat: v.
(to) complain

(to) gossip

(to) hear
charat (1): vtr.
(to) hear about
charat (3): vtr. to gen.
(to) hear some of
charat (2): vtr. to abl.
(to) insult

(to) introduce
asshilat: v.
(to) joke
astilat (1): v.
(to) joke about
astilat (2): vtr. to gen.
(to) listen
charolat: v.
(to) praise

(to) respond
elzat: v.
(to) say
astat: v.
(to) scream
awazat: v.
(to) shout
donat (1): v.
(to) shout about
donat (2): vtr. to gen.
(to) speak
astolat (1): v.
(to) speak of
astolat (2): vtr. to gen.
(to) wail

(to) whine


Communication – Verbal: Related Words
announcement
annese: n.
braggart, blow hard
esittesak: na.
conversation
athjerizar: ni
discussion
athjerizar: ni
introduction
asshie: n.
language
lekh (1): na.
lie
qosarvenikh: ni.
no
vos: adv. (also not, negation of something)vo: a shortened variant of vos, that may be used when the next word starts with a consonant.
no way (emphatic negative, of course not)
vosecchi: adv.
not
vos: adv. (negator) also means no, vo is used when the next word starts with a consonant.
nonsense
athastokhdeveshizar: ni.
oath/vow
asqoyi: ni.
overview
tihikhziri: ni.
question
qaf: ni.
reason why
valzerikh: ni.
response
elzikh: ni.
silent
chak: adj.
wailing

yes
sek:intj.
yes, obedient
ai: intj.


Communication – Non Verbal
bladed writing
lirisirazo: ni.
(to) glare

(to) respond
elzat: v.
(to) show
attihat: vtr.
(to) signal
assilat (1): v.
(to) smile
emat (1): v.
(to) smile at, approve of
emat (2): vtr. to all.
(to) cry

(to) frown

(to) sneer

(to) kiss
zoqwat: v.
 / a kiss
zoqwa: n.
(to) hug

(to) embrace


Communication – Non Verbal: Related Words
smile
eme: ni.
smiley
emesh: ni.


Directions and Related Words

Directions and Related Words
north
valshe: ni.
 / northern
valsh: adj.
 / northerner

 / northeast
valshetitha: "ni."
 / northeastern
valshtithak: na.
 / northeasterner

 / northwest
valshejimma: "ni,"
 / northwestern
valshejim: "adj."
 / northwesterner

south
heske: ni.
 / southern
hesk: adj.
 / southerner

 / southeast
heskethitha: "ni."
 / southeast
heskethith: "adj."
 / southeasterner

 / southwest
heshjimma
 / southwestern
heshjim: "adj."
 / southwesterner

east
titha: ni.
 / eastern
tith: adj.
 / easterner

west
jimma: ni.
 / western
jim: adj.
 / westerner

up

down

left
sindarine
right
haje

People (Voji)

Family and Relationships

Family (Rhojosor) and Relationships – Families (Rhojosor)
family
rhojosor: "na."
female relative
krista: na.
relationship
aunt
krista: na.
brother
gaezo: n.
/elder (older) brother

/younger brother

child yalli
cousin

daughter
ohara: ni.
father
ave: n.
grandchild

granddaughter

grandson

grandfather
simonof: ni.
grandmother
kristasof: ni.
grandparent(s)

great-grandchild

husband
marazhkem, mahrazh (more common)
ex-husband

in-laws

son-in-law

daughter-in-law

male relative simon: na.
mother
mai: na.
mother who is still breast feeding
drane
niece
janise: na.
nephew
siera: na.
orphan
leishak:n. lit: "little lost one"
parents

sister
inavva:n.
/elder (older) sister

/younger sister

son
rizh: na.
spouse(s)
kemaki
step-father

step-daughter

step-mother

step-son

step-child

twin

twin-sister

twin-brother

uncle
simon: na
window (woman)

widower (man)

wife
chiorikem or chiori (more common)
ex-wife

ex-husband


simonof
kristasof
mai
ave
simon
krista
kemaki
marazhkem, mahrazh
chiorikem, chiori
anha
gaezo
inavva
yalli
rizh
ohara
siera
janise

Family and Relationships - Marital Relationships
engaged

marriage
athkemar: ni.
married

separted

single/ unmarried

widowed



Family (Rhojosor) and Relationships – Verbs
get engaged (to)

get married (to)

marry someone
kemolat:v. (precede that someone with the preposition “ma”)
marry someone (to someone else)
kemat: vtr. to conjoin, to marry (someone to someone else) (the latter is preceeded by the preposition ma)
start / end a relationship with someone

(to) court someone


Family (Rhojosor) and Relationships - Other Related Words
acquaintance

ancestor
kim (1): na.
enemy
dozgo: n.
fiancé

fiancée

friend
okeo: na.
best friend

stranger


Family and Relationships – Dothraki Khalasar
title used for the leader of a Dothraki horde, king
khal: na.
queen, wife of a kahl
khaleesi: na.
prince, son of a khal
khalakka: na.
princess, daughter of a kahl
khalakki: na.
a horde loyal to a single kahl
khalasar: na.
small group of protectors, bloodriders, generals
khasar: n.
short for khasar
khas: n.
queen's guard
khasar khaleesi:
bodyguard
ko: na.
enemy horde, slang for one’s own khalasar
dozgosor: na.
bloodrider
dothrakhqoyi: ni.
mercy men, non-literal translation
jaqqa rhan:
hand maiden
khaleessiya:
phrase meaning "blood of my blood"
qoy qoyi:
fighter, warrior
lajak: na.
horse lord
vezhak: na.
hunting party fonakasar: na.
leader of a fonakasar, a hunting party idrik: na.
screamer
awazak:na.



People (Voji) - General


People (Voji)
person voj



People (Voji): General Descriptors and Personality/Character Traits
braggart, blow hard
esittesak: na.
coward
filkak: na.
famous
hakeso: adj.
fool
tokik: na.
great
vezhven: adj.
lady, kind one
erinak: na.
one who is respectful (insulting when used to a fellow Dothraki
chomak: na.
respectable, respectful
vichomer:adj.
respectful one
vichomerak: na.


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics

People (Voji) - General
man
mahrazh: n.
woman
chiori: na.
male

female


People (Voji)and Physical Characteristics – Age
baby/infant
enta
toddler

child
yalli: ni.
/boy

/girl
nayat: ni.
youth
yamori: n.
/young man

/young woman

middle-aged

middle-aged man

middle-aged woman

old
ershe: adj.
teens

/early teens

/mid teens

/late teens

about

twentyish

thirty something

young
imesh: adj.


People (Voji)and Physical Characteristics – Build or Size (Athzhokwazar)
big
zhokwalat: vin.
fat
ovah
fit

huge

overweight

plump

skinny
reddi (perjorative)
slight

small
naqisat:v.
stocky

thin, sleek
redda
well built


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics – Complexion
fair (light skinned)
ochaven: adj.
brown (skinned)
nozhoven: adj.
/light brown (skinned)
qahlanven: adj.
/dark brown (skinned)
cheyaoven: adj.
olive

pale (skinned)
messhihven: adj.
tanned

birth mark

clear skinned

good

mole

swarthy

spotty

pimpled

freckles

spots

pimples


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics - Facial Features on Men
moustache

clean-shaven

beard

braid, Dothraki hair-braid, lion’s mane, hairstyle
jahak: na.
braidless
jahakmen: adj.
(to) shave


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics - Hair (Noreth)
long

short
fitte: adj.
medium length

shoulder length

black

fair

dark

red

/reddish gold

gray

going gray

light brown

blond(e)

/golden blond(e)

/white blond(e)

white

curly

straight

wavy

bald

receding hairline


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics - Height
height

average height

above average

below average

petite

short
fitte: adj.
tall


People (Voji) and Physical Characteristics – Attributes
athlete/stud
rhaek: na.
attractive

average

beautiful
zheana: adj.(for animate nouns)
cute

common

disfigured

powerful

plain

pretty

sexy
mezahe: adj.
strong
haj: adj.
ugly

weak


People (Voji) – Trades, Occupations and Titles
farmer
foreigner
ifak: na.
healer
koalak: na.
lamb girl
vafik: na.
shepard
slave
zafra: ni.
slaver
azzafrok: na.
trader/merchant
jerak
wine merchant
jerak sewafikhaan
warrior/fighter
lajak: na.
witch/sorceress
maegi: n.


Food (Hadaen)

Food (Hadaen) – Related Words
food
hadaen: ni.
(to) eat
adakhat: v.
(to) continue to eat something because of the taste
lanlekhi
(to) cook
jolinat: v.
(to) drink
indelat: v.
(to) feed
vadakherat: v.
(to) grow hungry
garvolat (1):vin.
(to) hunger for
garvolat (2): vtr. to abl.
(to) taste
lekhilat: v.
(to) thirst
fevelat (1): v.
(to) thirst (for)
fevelat (2): vtr. to abl.
(to) be full
nakhaan


Food (Hadaen) – Condition
fresh

juicey
sathoma
raw

ripe

rotten
rikhat:v.
(to) rot
rikholat: vin.
tough

unripe


Food (Hadaen) – Verbs
bake

boil

cook
jolinat: v.
fry

heat

mince

poach

roast

steam

add

fill

mix

pour

shake

stir

stew


Food – Cooking and Eating Utensils
cooking pot
jolino: ni.
cask
khogari: ni.
drinking cup

jug
heffof: ni.


Food (Hadaen)  – Quantities
liter

loaf

lump

piece

portion

/portion of meat
vinte: ni.
slice


Food (Hadaen) – Taste (Lekhi)
taste lekhi
bad

bitter

bland

cold

creamy

crisp

crunchy

delicious

flavor

flavorful

hot
afazh: adj.
mild

rotten, spoiled rikh
salty
zhifven
savory

sour
jelaven
spicy

spoiled, rotten
rikh
sweet
gizikhven: adj.
tasteless/ flavorless


Food (Hadaen) - Types


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Eggs and Dairy
cheese
jelli: ni.
egg
gale
mare's milk
lamekh ni.
yogurt


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Meat (Gavat)
meat
gavat: n.
dry salted meat
zhifikh: ni.
beef
dalfe
chicken
jiz n.
duck
alegra: ni
lamb
vaf(i)
pork
qifo
sausage
nindi: ni.
blood sausage
ninthqoyi: ni.


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Fruits (Yot) and Vegetables
apple
qazer n.
beet
chot: n.
/beet paste
chotteya: ni.
carrot
feso:ni.
cranberries
asfavirzeth
date
kimikh
fig (dried)
kemis
fig (fresh)
zhorrof
grape
sewaf
lemon
jela: ni.
olive
ewe: n.
/olive oil
ewekh: ni.
/olive pit
ewweya:ni.
onion
glas
orange
sathomakh
pomegranate
dak
pear
sovi: n.
raisin
rigwa
turnip
vado: n.
yams
oeta


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Grain and Legumes
barley

beans
chal: ni. challeya (more common)
corn
jorok: n.
flax

grain

oats

rice
gamiz: n.
wheat


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Seasonings and Herbs
basil

cardamon

chamomille

cinnamon

garlic
mredi: n.
ginger
herbs

lavendar

mint

parsley

pepper

rosemary
davveya: n.
salt
zhif: n.
spice(s)

tarragon

thyme


Food (Hadaen) - Types: Other
honey gizikh: ni.


Food (Hadaen) – Meals
breakfast

lunch

dinner

feast
vitteya: ni.
snack


Food (Hadaen)– Meals: Types of Prepared Foods
bread

soup mesina
stew
lashfak
sweets


Food (Hadaen) - Eating and Drinking
bite
ostat: vtr.
chew

(to) drink
indelat v
(to) cut
rissat (1): v.
(to) cut into/slice
rissat (2): vtr. to abl.
sip

swallow


Food (Hadaen) - Other Related Words
helping

sticky


Food (Hadaen) – Drinks
juice
thom: n.
mare's milk (fermented or plain)
lamekh ohazho (or shortened to) lamekh: ni.
pear brandy
sovikh: ni.
water
eveth: n.
wine
sewafikh
/red wine
virzetha: n.


Health,  Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries

Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - Aches and Pains
ache/sore
mhar
discomfort

ear ache

headache
mhari: ni.
stomach ache

toothache

cold

cough

fever

flu

heart attack

infection

infectious disease/plague

pain
nith


Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - Injuries
bleeding
qiya: adj.
bruise

break
assamvat: vtr.
broken bone

cut

lame
darin: adj.
limp
darin: adj.
graze

scratch, small cut
zisosh: ni.
sore-footed
rhae mhar: n.
swelling, bubble
rich: ni.
wound
ziso: ni


Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - Treatment
bandage

blood magic (don't do it!)

dose (of medication)

drugs (curative)

milk of the poppy

medicine

(take) medicine

operation

pain-killer

potion


Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - People
dentist (tooth extractor)

healer
koalak: na.
midwife

patient

witch (doctor)
maegi: n.


Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - Related Verbs
amputate, cut off
zirisselat: v.
catch

clean wound

cure

heal

hurt

injure

mend

operate on

prescribe

prescription

stitch

treat

treatment


Health, Healthcare, Illnesses and Injuries - Verbs and Adjectives
(to) choke on
raggat: vin.
(to) grow strong
hajolat:v.
(to) feel pain from a specific source
nithat (2): vtr.
be sick
zhikhat: v.
bleed
qiyalat: vin.
feel sick

fit

healthy

ill

painful
nithat (1):vin.
(to) suffer
dogat (1): vi.
(to) suffer from
dogat (2): vtr. to abl.
sore
mhar: adj.
unhealthy

unwell

vomit (retch)
qwehat
well
ziqwehelat: v.


The Mind

The Mind - Verbs
analyze

anticipate

calculate

distract
zimemelat: vtr.
focus

forget

infer

know (information)
nesat: v.
learn
ezolat:v.
/(to) learn
nesolat: v.
memorize

realize

recognize

remember
vineserat: vtr.
solve, work out, figure out
gachat: v.
study

teach
ezzolat: v.
think
dirgat: v. lit. "by what thought"


The Mind - Adjectives
clever

creative

bright

dumb
toki: adj.
imaginative

insightful

intelligent

smart

wise


The Mind - Other Related Words
brain

clever

emotion

genius

idea

intellect

information

knowledge
nesikh: ni.
logic

memory

mind

skill

talent

thought
dirge: n.


The Mind (and Heart) - Emotions/Feelings
abandoned (to feel)

alarmed

angry

amuse(d)
emmat: vtr.
annoyed

anxiousness
athmanimvenar: ni.
anxious
manimven: adj.
anxious, excited
gango awazat: v.
ashamed
navvirzethay: adj.
awkward

blessed

bored

calm

comfortable

compassionate

confused

curious

despair

desperate

disappointed
lost: adj.
discomfort, uncomfortable

disregarded

embaressed

emotion
empathetic

elated

excited
athrokhar: ni.
fearful, frightened

feelings
/(to) feel (an emotion)
fortunate

frustration
athahhaqar: ni.
frustrated
ahhaqat: vtr.
furious

flattered

grateful

hurt (feelings)

happy

honored

hopeful

(to) hope for
zalat: vtr.
hoplessness

humiliated

insuted

irritated

justified

lonely

lost, (to feel at a loss)

nervous

offended
out of place

overlooked

peace, (at peace)

pleased

proud

relaxed

relieved

sad
khezhat: v.
safe

scared

secure

shamed

shocked

sickened

sleepy

spiteful

startled

sympathetic

surprised

vengeful

vindicated

want (to want, desire something)
zalat: vtr.


The Mind - Concepts and Ideas
authentic, real
tawak: n.
blessing
azhasavva: ni.
bother
zireyeselat: vtr.
boldness

brag
esittesalat: v.
brash

certainty
athogoshar: ni.
change
esinasolat: vin.
choose
okkat: vtr.
compassion

complex
nroj: adj.
complement

correct, right
athjilar: ni.
cruel

deceive (deception)
qosarvenikh: ni.
deceptive
osarven: adj.
defy
ziganesolat: vtr.
deprive

different
esinalat: vin.
difficult
distract
zimemelat:vtr.
disrespectful
zichome: adj.
duty
atthar: ni.
empathy

failure
yeni: n.
fair

faithful
fake, wooden
ido: adj.
fame (famous)
hakeso: adj.
forgiveness

gentle

greatness
athvezhvenar: ni.
guide (guidance)
idrilat: vtr.
hate

have
ray (2): v aux. to have
help
rhellaya: ni.
honor
chomokh: ni.
hope
athzalar: ni.
/(to) hope for, to want
zalat: vtr.
ingenuity

infamous, notorious

importance

insult
fatilat (1): vtr.
kind
erin: adj.
lack
gerat: vtr.
like

love
zhilat: vtr.
mean

mercy

miss (to miss someplace, someone or something)
vigererat vtr.→abl.
must, have to
eth:v.aux. or ‘th: the elided version of eth
need, require
zigerelat: vtr.
nonsense
athastokhdeveshizar: ni.
know (a person)
shilat: v.
offend
zireyeselat:vtr.
pardon

please
allayafat: vtr.
pleasure

pledge
alloshat: vtr.
power

pride, prowess
athjahakar: ni.
protection (protect)
savidosalat: v.
prove (by action)
ittelat: vtr.
reasonable

required, requisite
zigere: adj.
respectable, respectful
vichomer: adj.
respectful
chomat (1); v.
/(to) respect
chomat (2): vtr.
reverence, respect
athchomar: ni.
right, correct
athjilar: ni.
right, rightful
jil: adj.
rightfully right (righteousness)
k'athjilari: adv.
sacrifice (the act of)
shame

sign, omen
assikhqoyi: ni.
simple

success

tolerance

treachery

usefulness
athdavrazar: ni.
useful
davralat (1): vin.
/useful to
davralat (2): vtr.
/useful thing, app
davrakh: ni.
valuable

worship
worthless
wrong, incorrect
ojil: adj.
(to be) wrong
ojilat: v.


The Mind (and Body (Khado)) - Learning
beginners
naviki: n.
learn
esolat: v.
/(to) learn
nesolat: v.
/learner
esok: na.
practice

study

(to) teach
ezzolat: v.


Objects (Vekhikh)

Objects (Vekhikh) –Descriptors and Related Words
arch

blunt
bottom

category, part
saccheya: ni.
collection
yanqokh: ni.
curved

dome shaped

dull flech
edge

flat
handle, grip

long neak
narrow thif
object, thing
vekhikh (1): ni.
oblong

rim
heth: n.
round
fir
sharp has
shape, form, likeness
venikh: ni.
side

smooth es
square

straight
nris
thick nroj
thin redda
thing, object
vekhikh (1): ni.
tip
riv: n.
top

tool
marriya: n.
triangular

wide ovah


Spiritual and Magical

Spiritual and Magical
blessing azhasavva: ni.
deity, god vojjor: ni.
ghost, adult whose body was not burned lei (1): na.
magic athmovezar: ni.
prayer asto: n.
prophecy assikhqoyisir: na.
sacrifice
sign, omen assikhqoyi: ni.
worship
witch/sorceress maegi: n.

Travel (Verat)

Travel (Verat)
(to) arrive
jadolat: v.
(to) camp/ (to) rest
vimithrerat: v.
(to) come
jadat: v.
/(to) come back

(to) leave/(to) depart
esemrasala: v., athezar: ni.
(to) go
elat (1): v.
/(to) go along with, accompany
elat (2): vtr.
(to) return
athessazar: ni.
/(to) return
essalat: vin.
(to) stop
nakhat: v.
(to) start/ (to) begin
evat: vtr.
(to) travel
verat: v.
traveler
verak: na.


Travel (Verat) –Transportation and Related Words
cart
rhaggat: ni.
horse (see section on horses for more specifics)
hrazef: ni.
halt
sorohis: intj.
ship
rhaggat eveth: n.
wheel


Travel (Verat) – Distance and Time
a distance of about a half mile which can be cantered in one leshitof
chetira: n.
mile, distance traveled in one leshitof
karlina: ni.
time period of approximately 2 minutes
leshitof: ni.



Time


Time - Seasons
seasons

spring
eyelke: ni.
summer
vorsaska: ni.
winter
aheshke: ni.
fall, autumn
chafka: ni.


Time – Of Day
day
asshekh
morning
aena: n.
noon/mid-day

late afternoon

evening

night
ajjalan
midnight
addo ajjalani: n.


Time – General
always

fortnight
later

month
never
avvos: adv.
now
ajjin: adv.
today
asshekh: adv.
tomorrow
silokh: adv.
tonight ajjalan: adv.
week
year firesof
yesterday
oskikh: adv.


Time - Measurement
time period of approximately 2 minutes
leshitof: ni.


Time - Other Related Words
early
(to be) early
late
(to be) late
on time
(to be) on time


The Heavens and Nature

Heavens - Celestial Bodies
comet
shierak qiya: n.
constellation

eclipse
jalanqoyi: ni.
sun
shekh: ni.
moon
jalan: n.
/full moon

/quarter moon

/half moon

/harvest moon
jalan qoyi: n.
star
shierak: na.
sky
asavva: na.
(the) world
rhaesheser: na.



Nature - Earth (Sorfosor)
bank (of a body of water)
ejakh: ni.
cloud(s)
fas
dust
vod
dirt
sorfo: ni.
ford (of a river)
dan: ni.
forest qevir
lake
tozara
land, country
rhaesh: na.
mountain
krazaaj: ni.
plateau
rayan: ni.
plain(s)
ramasar: na.
rainbow

river
ashefa: na.
sand
qeshah: n.
sea
hazazh: n.
sea shore

stream

summit, top of a plateau
rayan: ni.


Nataure - Earth (Sorfosor): Light and Darkness
light (as in daylight, sunlight, firelight)
shekhikh: ni.
darkness

shadow(s)

shade
yanqokh: ni.


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Elements
air

earth
sorfosor: na.
fire
vorsa: na.
water
eveth: n.


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Elements – Related Words
Earth (Sorfosor)
barren

desolute

fertile

lush

verdant

wasteland

Fire (Vorsa)
ashes ikh
(to) burn
virsalat:vin.
(to) burn out, (to) fizzle out
shinat: v.
(to) burn something
avvirsalat: vtr.
flame
vorsakh: ni.
smoke fih
Water (Eveth)
/poison water, the sea, salt water
evethiz: ni.
deep
ao (1): adj.
shallow
dei (1): adj.
(to) be wet diwelat: v.


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Gemstones and Other Valuable Materials
agate

amber

amethyst

diamond

emerald

garnet

ivory

jade

jet

lapis

moonstone

mother-of-pearl

onyx

opal

pearl

ruby

sapphire

tiger's eye

tourmaline

turquoise

tortoiseshell

topaz


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Metals (Tawak)
metal

iron
shiqethi: n.
brass

bronze

gold(en)
hoshor: adj.
silver
vizhadi: ni.
steel


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Plants
bush

/rosermary bush
dave (1): na.
flower(s)
halah
/rose
hanna
grass
hranna
/a type of grass
dahana: n.
herbs

tree
feshith
/tree that can blossom
halahi: n.
/fruit tree

vines


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Plants - Related Words
bark (of a tree)
dishah
branch

leaf
daeni
stem

trunk (of a tree)

petal

root garfoth
stick korikh



Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Plants – Related Words
garden

/flower garden

/vegtable garden

orchard

(to) gather/(to) collect
yanqolat (1): vtr.
(to) gather (something)
yanqolat (2): vtr.
/a collection
yanqokh: ni.
harvest

(to) pick

(to) plant
elainat:v.
seed
elain: n.
(to) sow
velainerat: v.
(to) tend

(to) uproot
efesalat: vtr.
(to) water


Nature – Earth (Sorfosor): Rocks
rock/stone
negwin: adj.
obsidian (dragon glass)
sonda: ni.


Nature – Life (Atthirar) Cycle
life atthirar: ni.
(to) live thirat:v.
(to) die drivolat (1): vin.
(to) die from drivolat (2): vtr.
(to) be dead drivat: vin.
(to) be pregnant mesilat: vin.
birth athyolar: ni.
(to) be born yolat: vin.


Nature – Life (Atthirar) Cycle – Related Words
animal carcass

corpse
khadokh: ni.
mother's milk dranekh



Nature - Earth (Sorfosor): Environment - Natural Disasters
drought

earthquake

flood

hurriane

tidal wave

tornado
typhoon/tsunami

volcanic eruption


Weather (Gillosor)

Weather (Gillosor) - Describing the Weather
breeze: n.
gillo
breezy

bright

clear

cloud

cloudy

damp

drizzle

drizzly

dry

fog
devesh ni.
foggy

hailstone

humid

lightning
sisi: na.
moist

rain
eyel: n.
raindrop

rainfall

rainy

shower

showery

snow
ahesh: n.
snowfall

snowflake

snowy

storm
vaz: n.
stormy

sun
shekh: ni.
sunny

sunshine

thunder

wet

wind
chaf:n.
windy



Weather - Temperature
chilly

cold
fish
comfortable

freezing

hot
afazh: adj.
mild

scorching

temperate

warm
afazhi


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Weather - Verbs
dew
freeze
jesholat
hail

ice jesh
pour (with rain)

rain

shine

snow


War (Athvilajerar), Fighting (Lajat) and Violence

War (Athvilajerar), Fighting (Lajat) and Violence - Verbs
(to) be armed

(to) be brave
(to) be bloody
saqoyalat: v.
(to) be harmed
zisat:v.
(to) choke
arraggat: v.
(to) command
assolat: v.
(to) crush
kaffat: v.
(to) defeat (insulting), (to) make someone/something fall
atthasat: v.
(to) defend

(to) escape

(to) enslave
azzafrolat: vtr.
(to) fight
lajat:v.
(to) harm someone
azzisat: vtr.
(to) have the advantage

(to) hit
lojat (1): vtr.
(to) hit at
lojat (2): vtr. to all.
(to) insult
fatilat (1): vtr.
(to) throw an insult at
fatilat (2): vtr. to all.
(to) kick
fakat (1): vtr.
(to) kick at
fakat (2):vtr.
(to) kill
addrivat:vtr.
(to) make someone/something fall, (to) defeat (insulting)
atthasat: v.
(to) poison izzat: vtr.
(to) be poisonous/(to) be venomous
izat: vin.
(to) protect
vijazerat: v.
(to) rape
qorasolat:vtr.
(to) scout

(to) seize/(to) hold
qoralat:vtr.
(to) shoot (with a bow), to throw
ovvethat: vtr.
(to) slap
fatat (1):vtr.
(to) slap at
fatat (2): vtr.
(to) smash
kafat: v.
(to) stab
vindelat (1): vtr.
(to) stab at
vindelat (2): vtr.
(to) strike
ildat: v.
(to) suffer
dogat (1): vi.
(to) suffer from
dogat (2):vtr. to abl.
(to) surrender

(to) trample
nokittat:v.
(to) be victorious

najahat


War (Athvilajerar), Fighting (Lajat) and Violence - Nouns and Adjectives
alliance kemikisir (?)
ally
kemik: na.
assasin
army lajasar: na.
bravery
captive
collapse/defeat athohharar: ni.
corpse khadokh: ni.
coward filkak: na.
danger
defense
defenseless
death athdrivar: ni.
enemy dozgo: n.
enemy horde, also slang for one's own khalasar dozgosor:na.
fear athrokhar: ni.
hostage
lie, trap, deception qosarvenikh:ni.
mercenary
mercy men, put dying out of their misery jaqqa rhan: n..
outnumber
peace
poison iz: n.
prisoner
prize, spoils qorasokh: ni.
ransom
scout
slave azzafrok: na.
spy
torture
treaty, pact
truce
victor, winner najahak
victorious najah: adj.
victory in battle najahheya
violent verven: adj.
vulnerable
war athvilajerar: ni.
warrior/fighter lajak: na.
wound ziso: ni.
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