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A list of words in Draconic, the language of dragons.[1]

AEdit

achthend 
food[2]
achuak 
green;[2] pronounced ashuak in Tymantheran dialect[3]
achuakosj 
"wyrmling green", an insult toward green dragons.[4]
aesthyr 
female[5]
aithyas 
Tymantheran dialect: shit[6]
arcaniss 
magic[2]
arcath 
spellscale[5]
arux 
valley;[2] pronounced arush in Tymantheran dialect.[7]
ar(i)- 
genitive prefix: my, of mine, of[8] -ir (suffix) in Tymantheran dialect.[9]
aryte 
war[2]
arytiss 
warrior[5]
athear 
noun: celestial[2]
aujir 
bronze[2]
aurix 
gold[2]
aussir 
white[2]
austrat 
to fly[2]
axun
yes;[2] pronounced akison in Tymantheran dialect.[10]

BEdit

baeshra 
animal[2]
baka 
military rank : private[11]
barb 
military rank : leader or high knight[12]
bejik 
savior of[5]
bensvelk 
good;[2] pronounced bensvenk in Tymantheran dialect.[13]

CEdit

caesin 
forest[2]
caex 
sword[2]
charir 
red[2]
chaorkartel 
tavern[14]
charchuka 
a root[15]
chmertehoschta 
a Thymari sedative[16]
clax 
take[2]

DEdit

darastrix 
dragon[2]
darastrixethe 
dragonblood[5]
darasv 
half-dragon[5]
darss 
draconic creature[5]
dartak 
to hate[2]
djerad 
Tymantheran dialect: clanhold[17]
dokaal 
"two-leggers", a generic term for humanoids.[18]
durah 
to bribe[2]

EEdit

earenk 
tomorrow[2]
edar 
earth[2]
er- (ethe-) 
possessive prefix: my (used for relationships)[8]
ekess 
prep. : to[2]
eorikc 
year[2]
erekess 
prep. : through[2]

FEdit

faessi 
coward[2]
faestir 
serve[5]
farang 
military rank : sergeant[11]
farothai 
griddled bread[19]
fintir 
slayer of[5]
frahr 
breathe[5]
frahraek 
breath weapon[5]

GEdit

garurt 
axe[2]
geth 
quest[5]
gethrisj 
prep.: to go[2]
ghent 
prep.: after[2]
ghik 
orc[5]
ghontix 
ogre[5]
ghoros 
prep.: before[2]
gix 
claw[2]
gixustrat 
to disembowel[2]
grovisv 
wood[2]

HEdit

haurach 
fate;[2] pronounced chaubask in Tymantheran dialect[20]
hengot 
military rank : corporal[11]
henich 
lit. unhatched, rotten egg; more commonly translated as bastard.[4] Pronounced henish in Tymantheran dialect.[21]
hesjing 
water[5]
hurthi 
fortress[2]

IEdit

-i 
suffix: can be plural or diminutive[17][22]
-ia 
suffix: place name suffix[23]
iejir 
blood[2]
ierikc 
century[2]
ihk 
prep.: for[2]
ioth 
holy[5]
ir 
one[2]
irisv 
heal[2]
irlym 
adj. and noun: enemy[2]
irthir 
knowledge[5]
irthiski 
lit. little secret; more commonly translated as "baby" (in a romantic connotation)[24]
irthos 
secret[2]
isk 
star[2]
ixen 
fire[2]

JEdit

jhank 
hammer[2]

KEdit

kaegro 
undead[2]
karif 
far[2]
karshoj 
Tymantheran dialect: F-bomb. Adj. : karshoji[25]
kear 
day[2]
kepesk 
storm[2]
kethend 
gem[2]
kiskartchi 
an acquired taste[26]
kosjmyrni 
Tymantheran dialect: lit. Mother's child. As in raising a child of another person.[27]
korth 
danger[2]
koshqal 
Tymantheran dialect: dowry[28]
kosj 
small[2]
kosjth 
shrink[5]
kothar 
demon[2]
kuhri 
river[29]
kurik 
slaughter[2]

LEdit

laraek 
weapon[2]
lauth 
few[2]
legatus 
military rank : general[11]
leirith 
near[2]
levethix 
wizard[2] pronounced lefanthish in Tymantheran dialect[30]
levex 
enchanted[2]
lex 
word[5]
lexi 
speaker[5]
litrix 
armor[2]
loex 
dead[2]
loerchik 
pain[5]
loreat 
to die[2]
lorsvek 
prophecy[5]
lovac 
the head servant of a taaldarax[31]

MEdit

maekrix 
leader[2] (as in ruler)[8]
majak 
to give[2]
malsvir 
adj.: evil[2]
martivir 
peace[2] ; pronounced martifyr in Tymantheran dialect[32]
maurg 
to breed[2]
miirik 
song[2]
molik 
skin (hide)[2]
morikar 
military rank : lieutenant[11]
mrith 
with[2]
munth 
normal[5]
munthrek 
human;[2] pronounced maunthrek in Tymantheran dialect[33]

NEdit

nannan 
moon[34]
nar viraka 
you're welcome[35]
nychaki 
a plant native to Tymanther[15]
ner 
spear[2]
noach 
wealth[2]
noachi 
lit. little treasure; more commonly translated as "my dear"[22]
nurh 
ugly[2]
nurthul 
unfashionable[5]

OEdit

ocuir 
to see[2]
okarthel 
home[2]
ominak 
name[2]
onureth 
under[2]
oposs 
rain[2]
orn 
silver[2]
ossalur 
travel[2]
osvith 
to flee;[2] pronounced oshvith in Tymantheran dialect[36]
oth 
tooth[2]
othokent 
smart[2]

PEdit

panjar 
a distinctive spice from Tymanther used in sauces[37]
persvek 
in[2]
petisse 
kobold[5]
pok 
stop[2]
pothoc 
stupid;[2] pronounced pothac in Tymantheran dialect[38]
pothachi 
Tymantheran dialect: dummy.[39]
potvych 
to forgive[10]

QEdit

qal 
Tymantheran dialect: a bride/groom[28]
qallim 
Tymantheran dialect: a marriage agreement[28]

REdit

rach 
copper[2]
rasvim 
treasure[2]
rauhiss 
halfling[2]
renthisj 
to speak[2]
rhyaex 
meat[2]
rhyisj 
bleed[2]
rhyvos 
cow[2]

SEdit

sauriv 
eye[2]
shafaer 
prep.: on[2]
shar 
conj.: but[2]
shuk-qalli 
Tymantheran dialect: a potential bride/groom[28]
sjach 
shadow[2]
sjashukri 
Tymantheran dialect: subtler, trickier[9]
sjek 
conj.: if[2]
sjerit 
yet[2]
sjir 
scroll[2]
ssearth 
prolong[5]
ssej 
silent[5]
ssifisv 
to rest[2]
ssissth 
ruler[5]
sthyr 
male[5]
strix 
invigorate[5]
strixiki 
dragonborn[40]
sukriya 
thanks, thank you[41]
sunathaer 
cleric[2]
sveargith 
bravery[2]
svent 
arrow; to kill[2]
sverak 
darkvision[2]
svern 
prep.: above[2]

TEdit

taaldarax 
a player of the xorvintaal[31]
talsch 
a resin from the nychaki plant[15]
ternesj 
stone[2]
terunt 
gnome[2]
thadarsh 
pillage[2]
thaenar 
military rank : major[11]
thrae 
air[2]
thric 
no;[2] pronounced thrik in Tymantheran dialect[42]
thrikominaki
Tymantheran dialect: lit. nameless; more commonly translated as clanless.[30] Used as an epithet by dragonborn expelled from their clans.[29]
throden 
many[2]
thul 
fashionable[5]
thur 
nor[2]
thurgix 
crippled;[2] pronounced thurgiesh in Tymantheran dialect[43]
thurirl 
friend; friendly[2]
thurkear 
night[2]
tiamash 
Tymantheran dialect: lit. like Tiamat; more commonly translated as asshole.[44]
tiathar 
spawn of Tiamat[5]
tibur 
born as[5]
toovir 
adventurer[5]
troth 
protect[5]
throtominarr 
to improve; to build on what your ancestor had done and pay honor to them by improving their work.[45]
tundar 
dwarf[2]
tuor 
want[2]
turalisj 
big[2]
turalisjth 
expand[5]
turasjir 
book[5]
türkhaari 
a sort of pickle made from gourds, pepper, charchuka root, lemon, and herbs and spices[15]

UEdit

ukris 
talk[2]
uljar 
blue[2]
unsinti 
prep.: beside[2]
urathear 
deity[2]
usk 
iron[2]
usv 
conj.: or[2]
ux 
platinum[2]
ux Bahamuti 
dragonborn of Bahamut[5]

VEdit

vaecaesin 
elf[2]
vaeri 
dance; to dance[2]
vaess 
arrow[5]
vaex 
bow (weapon)[2]
valeij 
to bleed[2]
valignat 
to burn[2]
vargach 
battle[2]
vargus 
military rank : captain[11]
vayemniri 
Tymantheran dialect: lit. Ash-Marked Ones. Is how tymantheran dragonborn refer to themselves.[9]
versel 
powerful[5]
versvesh 
strong[2]
veschik 
replenish[5]
verthicha 
mountain;[2] pronounced verthisa in Tymantheran dialect[43]
veth(i)- 
possessive prefix: my (used for items owned)[8]
vhir 
prep.: below[2]
vignar 
ash;[2] pronounced vayem in Tymantheran dialect[9]
virlym 
thief[2]
vivex 
victory[2] pronounced vivesh in Tymantheran dialect[34]
vor 
learn[5]
vorastrix 
sorcerer[2]
vorel 
beautiful[2]
vorellim 
you are beautiful[24]
vrak 
child[5]
vur 
conj.: and[2]
vutha 
black[2]
vyth 
steel[2]

WEdit

waere 
cave[2]
waeth 
bag[2]
wux 
pron. : you[2]

XEdit

xorvintaal 
the Great Game[46]

YEdit

ya 
pron. : I[30]
yochit 
salad[47]
yrev 
yellow[2]
yrisfexirji 
a traditional Thymari medicine for hangovers[48]
yth 
we[5]

ZEdit

zara 
prep.: behind[2]
zyak 
conj. : so[2]

AppendixEdit

See AlsoEdit

External LinksEdit

ReferencesEdit

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