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Language of the Ayleids Ayleidoon A: A - A-I Aba - Aba - forbidden Abagaianye - Abagaianye - I do not fear Abasel - Abasel - forbidden

hall Abaspania - Abaspania Adma - Adma - hear Admia - Admia - heard Ada - Ada - god Adabal - Adabal - god stone Adabala - Adabala - god power Adabal-a - Adabal-a - I god stone Adonai - Adonai - lordly Ae - Ae - is Agaialor - Agaialor Agea - Agea - lore/wisdom Ageasel - Ageasel - Hall of Wisdom/Lore Alata - Alata Aldmeris - Aldmeris - [Elven]ancestors Aldmerisel - Aldmerisel - Ancestor's Hall Amaraldane - Amaraldane - heralds An - An - the (Only used before a finite adjectival noun, which is to say most of the time also used with an imperative before it) Anda - Anda - long Angu - Angu - me Angua - Angua - my Angue - Angue - mine Anu - Anu - An Ayleid Creation-God Anyammis - Anyammis - life Aran - Aran - King Arana - Arana - Kings (Not King's, but Kings as a plural) Arane - Arane - King's ("King's" as in the ownership of the/a King) Aransel - Aransel - King's hall Arata - Arata Aratasel - Aratasel Arcta - Arcta - acknowledge Arctavoy - Arctavoy - acknowledge (Imperative version of the word)

Arpen - Arpen - noble Arpena - Arpena - nobles Arvar - Arvar As - As - by Asma - Asma - by what At - At - Elder Ata - Ata - Father Auran - Auran - welcome Aurane - Aurane - welcoming Auri-El - Auri-El - An Ayleid God (Aka Auriel, king of the Aldmer) Av - Av - from, in, of, upon Ayleidoon - Ayleidoon - Plural of Ayleid ("Ayleids" being an incorrect synonym) B: Baalim - Baalim Bal - Bal - stone (taken from "Adabal", meaning god stone) Bala - Bala - power Balangua - Balangua - my power Bangrara - Bangrara Barra - Barra - wear Baune - Baune - mighty Beldastare - Beldastare Belle - Belle - thunderous Boiche - Boiche* - A Valenwood-Ayleid word for Bosmer Boi - Boi* - A Valenwood-Ayleid word for wood Bre - Bre - beech (As in the type of tree) Brelye - Brelye - beech tree Brelyeis - Brelyeis - beech trees Buro - Buro - vassal (In context with Ayleid society, this should be understood as "Slave" rather than a subject or servant) Buroseli - Buroseli - Slave Halls C: Cano Canohaelia Canosel Carac Cava Cele

Celediil - Celediil - (Perhaps some relation to modern day Cyrodiil? In context it is a place in Cyrodiil (Cyrod), however the Imperial City is also called "Cyrodiil" in the 3E) Celethelel - Celethelel - An Ayleid (Aka, Celethelel the Singer) Cey - Cey - shadow Ceya-Tar - Ceya-Tar - Early Cyro-Nede synonym for Ceyatatar (This version probably with a simplified meaning of "Shadow of the Wood/s", as the "Ata/Ta" is missing) Ceyede Ceysel - Ceysel - Hall of Shadow Che - Che - A Valenwood-Ayleid word for Mer (Elves) Cyrod - Cyrod - Heartland D: Da - Da - fane Dagon - Dagon - destruction Daya - Dava Delle - Delle - grant Dellevoy - Dellevoy - grant (Imperative version of word) E: Ede Edesel Ehlnada - Ehlnada - mortal gods Ehlnadaya - Ehlnadaya - your mortal gods (the usage of the suffix "-ya" is unknown at this time, but points to a 2nd person plural possessive your) Ehlno - Ehlno - mortal El - El - A title used to show holy/important significance, and/or god-like status (Used in a name, like a compound word, except that the "El" is separated by a hyphen. The El can be used as a prefix, or a suffix, but it must always be hyphenated, and the "E" must always be a capital.) Emero - Emero - guide F: Frensca - Frensca - wave G: Gaiar Gandra - Gandra - gifts Gandrasel - Hall of Gifts Gandrevla

Garlas - Garlas - cavern Gordhaur - Gordhaur - An Ayleid Sorceror-King (Aka, Gordhaur the Shaper) Gori - Gori - obscure Goria - Goria - obscured Gorigarlas - Gorigarlas - obscure cavern Gorihame Goriluch Gravia - Gravia - ugly H: Hadhuul - Hadhuul - An Ayleid Sorceror-King (As in Molag Aran Hadhuul - The Fire King Hadhuul) Haelia - Haelia - terrible Haromir - Haromir - An Ayleid Sorceror-King (Aka, Haromir of Copper and Tea) Heca - Heca - Begone/Stand Aside Heldon Hilyat - Hilyat - Follow/Follow me Horst Hrota Hrotanda J: Joran - Joran - betray Jorane - Jorane - betrayed K: Kana - Kana - dare Karan - Karan - armor Kynd - Kynd - sky L: La - La - time Lalor - Lalor - dark time Laloria - Laloria - dark times Latta - Latta - light Lattasel - Lattasel - Hall of Light Lattia - Lattia - shines

Leed Lipsand Lor - Lor - Dark Loria - Loria - Darkens Lorsel - Lorsel - Dark Hall Luch Lye - Lye - tree Lyeis - Lyeis - trees M: Ma - Ma - what Mafre - Mafre - frost Magicka - Magicka - magic Magnus - Magnus - Ayleid God of Sight, Light, and Insight Mala - Mala - high Malaburo - Malaburo - loving-vassalage ("Mala" taking on a slightly different meaning here, most likely in the sense of "worship", as per the connection with "vassalage") Malatar - Malatar - high wood Malatu - Malatu - truth Mallari - Mallari - gold Man - Man - who Marspanga Math - Math - home Mathmalatu - Home of Truth/Home-Truth Mathmeldi - Mathmeldi - home driven, exiled Mathi - homes (Plural of math) Meld - drive (eg. to drive cattle) Meldi - Meldi - driven Meridia - Meridia - the Daedric Prince Meridia, who is the deity who represented the fourth Ayleid element, light. Mitta - Mitta - enter Molag - Molag - fire Mora - Mora - wood Morimath - Morimath - darkened home Mor - Mor - dark (Not in the sense of light, but as in "ill-fated" or "bad") Mori - Mori - darkened (Not in the sense of light, but as in "ill-fated" or "bad") Moriche - Moriche* - Valenwood-Ayleid word for Dunmer N:

Na - Na - is Naga - Naga - death (derived from Nagaia) Nagaia - Nagaia - deathly Nagasel - Nagasel - Hall of Death Narfin Narlemae Ne - Ne - never Nefarivigum Nen Nenyond Ni - Ni - you (all evidence--as per suppositions about Ayleidoon word order-- points to nominative form) Nilichi - Nilichi - An Ayleid King (As in the Flower King Nilichi) Nir - Nir - An Ayleid Creation-Goddess Nou - Nou - our O: Oio - Oio - eternal Oiobala - Oiobala - eternal power P: Padhome - Padhome - An Ayleid Creation-God Pelinal - Pelinal - glorious knight Pelin - Pelin - knight Pellan - Pellan - outsider Pellani - Pellani - outsiders R: Racu - Racu - down Racuvar - Racuvar - cast down Rahtan - Rahtan - reach Relle - Relle - water; from Relleis, where -is means a plural of many. Referenced from relationship between words Brelye and Brelyeis, as well as Lye and Lyeis. Relleis - Relleis - stream, river Riel - Riel - Beauty Riellesel - Riellesel - hall of beauty Ry - Ry - as

S: Sa - Sa - so (as in "So much to do") Sala - Sala* - A Valenwood-Ayleid word for high (most likely derived from "mala") Salache - Salache* - A Valenwood-Ayleid word for Altmer Sancre - Sancre - Golden Sancre Tor - Sancre Tor - Golden Hill Sancremath - Sancremath - Golden Home Sancremathi - Golden Homes (Plural of Sancremath) Sardarvar Sedorsel Sedorseli Sel - Sel - hall Seli - halls (Plural of Sel) Sepredia - Sepredia - Peace Shanta - Shanta - come Sila - Sila - shines Silasel - Silasel - "shining hall" (possible translation, "Hall of Dawn") Silaseli - "shining halls" Sino - Sino - here Sou - Sou - your Spania Stani Stare Suna - Suna - bless Sunna - Sunna - blessed Sunnabe - Sunnabe - blessed be T: Tam - Tam - Dawn's Tamriel - Tamriel - Tamriel (As in "Dawn's Beauty") Tar - Tar - wood/s Tarn - Tarn - (Possibly meaning "pass", derived from Tarnabye) Tarnabye - Tarnabye - passage Tor - Tor - hill Tu Twyll Tya - Tya - taste Tyavoy - Tyavoy - taste (Imperative version of the word) Tye - Tye - you (possibly the object form, unsure of indirect/direct)

U: Umaril - Umaril - An Ayleid Sorceror-King (As in Umaril the Unfeathered) V: Va - Va - in Vabria - Vabria - foaming Vale Var - Var - cast Varla - Varla - star (literally, Cast time) Varlais - Varlais - stars Varlasel - Varlasel - Hall of Stars Vasha - Vasha - gone Vinda W: Wel - Wel - Child Welkynd - Welkynd - Sky Child Wende Wendesel Y: Yando - Yando - also Ye - Ye - and Yond

Letter Conversion:

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

ABCDEFGH I J KLMNOPQRS TUVWXYZ

Umaril's dialogue at various points in Knights of the Nine is: Heca! Begone/Stand aside! As balangua, Ehlnada racuvar! By my power, the mortal gods shall be cast down! Abagaianye Ehlnadaya! I do not fear your [mortal] gods! Rahtan Pelinale na anda! Pelinal's reach is long! Asma bala ni hilyat sino? By what power do you follow here? Man kana mitta abasel Umarile? Who dares enter Umaril's forbidden hall? Pelinal na vasha. Sa yando tye. Pelinal is gone [dead]. So also [will] you [be]. Shanta, ehlno. Tyavoy balangua! Come, mortal. Taste my power!