Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Ancient Jagumaterran Tongue

Ancient Jagumaterran Tongue


abalae – An extremely rare white stone. Only the Birs'e know where to find it. A palace made of abalae was given to the royal family when the Birs'e and Jagumas combined forces and gained their first victory. Signifies the start of something new. (AB-uh-lay)

ad – bad/no/negative in a sentence (AHD)
ahn's – hands/create/hold (AH-nihs)
am'd – angry/scowl (AH-mihd)
an'g – teeth/bite/patience (AH-nihj)
arel – goodbye/to leave/distance (AH-rehl)
asel – lock/seal (AH-zehl)
aser – ear/to hear/understand (AH-sr)
b'le – sort of/mediocre/lukewarm (buh-LEH)
ced – ten (KEHD)
chennet – ancient/old/a long time (CHEH-neht)
c'lamur – strong/muscles/conscience (kuh-LAH-mr)
dahe – head/smart/pride (DAH-hay)
delin – city/town/group of people (DEH-lihn)
Delin-LounderAsel – Heart Lock City (DEH-lihn LOWN-dr-AH-zehl)
deoher – shoulder/shrug/expression (DAY-oh-hehr)
detos – slow/stupid (DAY-tohs)
di – equivalent of “of” (DIE)
Oco eb uyo? - How are you? (OH-koh EHB OO-yoh)
duqa – four (DUH-kuh)
dy – dry/infertile (DIE)
eb – are/be/is (EHB)
efele – weak/thin/fragile (eh-FEH-lay)
els – legs/run/life path (EHLZ)
emalat – sister (EHM-uh-lat)
ema'ma – niece (eh-MAH-mah)
em'rea – aunt (ehm-RAY-uh)
em'reo – uncle (ehm-RAY-oh)
ende – obligation/duty (EHN-day)
enkes – knees/bend/resolution (EHN-kayz)
etch – chest/power (EHCH)
ete – feet/walk/grounding (EH-tay)
ex – six (EHKS)
Flauby – chubby flab (fl-AH-bee)
fosrif – child/youth/greenie (FAHZ-rihf)
fost – soft/gentle (FAHST)
getro - A green precious stone. Given to those with a caring heart and friendly spirit. (GEH-troh)
ginleth – shining/chosen (GIHN-lehth)
gran – able/allowed (gr-AHN)
Harmeace – Peaceful Harmony (HAR-mee-ays)
hinsien – instructor (HIHN-seen)
igebr – sunny/bright (ee-GEH-br)
igefs – fingers/touch/detail (EE-gehfs)
igelsn – one (ee-GEHL-sn)
ikel – to compare/to admire (EE-kehl)
ilan – claws/authority (EE-lahn)
ileck - A type of stone used in building fortifying structures, such as walls. Amethyst purple in
color. Signifies strength and fortitude. (IH-lehk)
ily – name to show dearness (IH-lee)
Int-L-Ned – enlightened intelligence (IHN-tehl-nehd)
inuq – five (EE-nuhk)
iqetu – quiet/hush (ee-KEH-too)
irah – hair/worth (EE-rah)
Irodi – A brightly-colored, pheasant-type bird hunted in Jagumaterra for food. (eer-OH-di)
Ishikarr – righteous gift (IH-shih-kahr)
itensi – A type of writing utensil made of a chalky stone. (i-TEHN-see)
jagaste – waste/feces/crap (juh-GAH-stay)
Jagumaterra – Planet of the Jaguar Humans (jah-GOO-muh-TEHR-uh)
kawae – awake/alert/paying attention (kuh-WAY)
kradem – marked/favorite (kr-AH-dehm)
lac'm – name (LAH-kihm)
Lanomise – Land of Promise (LA-noh-miz)
lase – asleep (LAH-see)
lehatun – sick (leh-HAH-toon)
Lestiem – heaven/sky/Dream Realm (LEHS-chehm)
leval – valley/flat (leh-VAHL)
levet – fur/beauty/mission (leh-VEHT)
lewl – healthy (LOO-ehl)
lit – tail/ego (LEET)
lounder – heart/love (LOWN-dr)
LounderRea – Heart Mother (LOWN-dr-RAY-uh)
LounderAsel – Heart Lock (LOWN-dr-AH-zehl)
lyi – to fly/jump (LIE-ee)
malat – brother (MAH-lat)
ma'ma – nephew (MAH-mah)
manod – move/travel (MA-nahd)
mars – arms/reach/balance (MAH-rz)
Monat – A hairless, wrinkled, primate-type creature that is hunted by Jagumas for food. (MAH-
mort – death (MOHRT)
na – equivalent to “a” or “an” (NAH)
nar'Ratimta – The Great Imitator (NAH-ruh-TIHM-tuh)
nar'Rea – grandmother (nah-RAY-uh)
nar'Reo – grandfather (nah-RAY-oh)
nar'Reos – Great Ancestors. Literally translated “Grandfathers.” (nah-ray-OHS)
nes – nose/smell/priciples (NEHZ)
niso – loud/annoying (NEE-soh)
obsidian - A solid black stone denoting great wealth. Typically associated with royalty. (ahb-SIH-dee-ahn)
oco – who/what/when/where/why/how. Denotes a question. (OH-koh)
Oco Reo ende mort? - Why did father have to die? (OH-koh RAY-oh ehn-DAY MOHRT)
Oco yeth lac'm? - What is your name/What do they call you? (OH-koh YEHTH LAH-kehm)
odog – good/yes (OH-dahg)
Odog, tuti. - good/yes, thank you. (OH-dahg, TOO-tee)
odub – two (OH-duhb)
odwin – down/low (AHD-wihn)
olan – alone (OH-lahn)
olug – A bee-type insect. (OH-luhg)
opre – string/rope (OHP-ruh)
ote – toes/tiptoe/detail (OH-tay)
otum – mouth/speak/opinion (OH-tuhm)
ovinte – wet/fertile (oh-VIHN-tay)
Pekeer – prince/princess. Literally, “little keeper.” (peh-KEER)
Pekeer-di-teh-Uma – king/queen. Literally, “keeper of the people.” (peh-KEER DIE the OO-muh)
pets – seven (PEHTZ)
poror – please/favor (poh-ROHR)
prit – three (pr-IHT)
pu – high/upward (POO)
raena – hello/meet/close together (ray-EH-nuh)
rak – dark/shady (RAHK)
Rea – mother (RAY-uh)
relfa – wild/unleashed/all the way (REHL-fuh)
Reo – father (RAY-oh)
reson - A red precious stone. Given to those with great courage and valor in battle. (REH-zuhn)
Reter – great hunter (REE-tr)
Retershollow – home of Reter (REE-trz-HAH-loh)
rhad – solid/hard (RAHD)
rosen - A pink semi-precious stone. No meaning is given to it. (ROH-zehn)
Rofes – Ancient Jagumaterran name for the Forests. Means forest. Creative, isn't it? (ROH-
ry – eye/see/perception (RIE)
Ryedor – Girl Prayed For (RIE-eh-DOHR)
sa – large body of water (SAH)
saft – swift/hurried (SAHFT)
saphronyx - A blue precious stone with clouds of black. Very rare and very treasured. Signifies
loyalty. (sah-FRAHN-ihks)
sinu – cousin (SEE-noo)
stemo – tame/withheld/halfway (STEH-moh)
teh – equivalent of “the.” (TAY)
toc – eight (TAHK)
Torifor – Fluffy One (TOHR-ih-fohr)
Toshormo – To Wish for More (tuh-SHOHR-moh)
tuti – Thank you (TOO-tee)
umyd – dull/stupid (OO-meed)
umyt – stomach/eat/security (oo-MEET)
uti – pleasing to look at (oo-TIE)
utor – show/present (oo-TOHR)
uyo – you/yours (OO-yoh)
Vicnor – Victorious Honor (VIHK-nohr)
von – nine (VAHN)
yem – me/I/mine (YEHM)
yeth – they/them (YEHTH)
yeth lac'm. . . - My name is/They call me. . . (YEHTH LAH-kehm)
yo'nopar – you are welcome (YOH-noh-PAHR)
yujos – happy/smile (YOO-johs)
zaror – sharp/on top of it (zuh-ROHR)
How to create your Jagumaterran name:
Find the meaning of your name (ie “Regan Brianne Jensen” = “Heir Noble Jen's Son”)
Make a sentence out of it (ie “Jen's Noble Heir”)
Take the second and third letters of the first word (ie “En”)
Take the first and second letters of the second word (ie “no”)
Take the third and fourth letters of the third word (ie “ir”) (if there is no specified letter, just use the last one)
Put them all together (ie “Ennoir” pronounced “EHN-wahr”)
Jagumaterran Lullaby
Hush now, my child, please, don't you cry.
Sleep, my darling, your parents watch.
Please, sleep, sentry we'll keep and help you grow.
Please, darling, sleep, sentry we'll keep and help you grow.
Toshormo's Whisper
“I love you.”

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