adath (noun) – Selfless romantic love for another mortal (elves, humans, etc.) Sa’adath thé, “My love for you” or “I love you”, meant as a verbal gift rather than a proclamation of romantic state.
-anan (suffix; Anc. Elven) Torn by war.
ani (adj) Green
cilad (adj) (see-LAHD) Gray
Feran (noun) Heart, as in organ
Í, í (conjunction) And.
-il (suffix) “Of the land”, spec. referring to elves. Opposed to -ir, as in from a place name.
-in (suffix) Fertile, or the potential of being. Often ends a word that precedes the reason for the modified word.
-ir (suffix) From, of
-ith (suffix) Indicating past tense; that which was. Often ends a word that precedes the reason for the modified word.
kauni (n) Fire
lith (n) Sunlight
lyr (n) 1) Mortal-made law, code or rule that supports a natural state; opposed to law that works against such. Ex. The lyr tells us we should only take from fallen trees, not from those still standing. 2) A land inhabited by those who follow natural law
Ni- (suffix) Not, or anti
Othal (adj) Silver, as it appears on the dew of leaves.
Sa (pronoun, nominative Sa , possessive Sa’, objective Sey; plural nominative sar, possessive sar’ or sar, objective us) I, me, my/mine, me, we, our/ours, us; The nominative singular pronoun, used by a speaker in referring to himself or herself.
sair (adj) (SAYR), Natural abundance, esp. land; Ex. The Spine is mountain sair, surely it has the highest peaks on all of Erinnal.
sauir (n) (saw-EERH; from sair, abundant) Lush tropical land, esp. jungle-like
saur•in (n) (sowr-EEN; sauir, jungle-like; fertile, -in) A land not yet depleted of natural life. Used when referring to the possibility of its destruction.
saur’nith (n) (sowr-NEETH; sair, abundant; -in, fertile; -ith, was) A land depleted of natural resources.
ter (adj) Balance between opposing ideals
thé (pronoun) You