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Kyrene
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Posted - 11 Aug 2021 :  09:22:30  Show Profile  Visit Kyrene's Homepage Send Kyrene a Private Message  Reply with Quote
  • “aklave” – Draconic:- the Abeiran word for “Draconic” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - February 24, 2019)

  • “anth” – Draconic:- essence; soul; spirit (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 9, 2019)

  • “ara” – Draconic:- true (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “arakuluth” – Draconic:- (roughly translated as “proud-scales”) an older lizardfolk term for themselves meaning “justifiably proud, and scaled” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - July 31, 2020)

  • “auth” – Draconic:- archaic version of “oth” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “darahar” – Draconic:- (literally “echo-dragon”) the collective polite term for dragonborn (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “darathric” – Draconic:- (literally “no-dragon”) the collective impolite term for dragonborn (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “dur” – Draconic:- reward; payment (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “durah” – Draconic:- to bribe (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “glav” – Draconic:- the Torilian word for “Draconic”; speech; converse (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - February 24, 2019)

  • “haarthuu” – Draconic:- (transliteration “slow but sure”) an older lizardfolk term for themselves meaning “patient and determined” or “steadfast to our goals” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - July 31, 2020)

  • “har” – Draconic:- echo (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “harroch” – Draconic:- ruins (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 9, 2019)

  • “hlar” – Draconic:- roar (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “kosjmyrni” – Tymantheran:- a term for a dragonborn raised by his mother’s clan (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “obsplokh” – Draconic:- the singular and plural word for toad (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 1, 2019)

  • “oobobsplokh” – Draconic:- the singular and plural word for giant toad (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 1, 2019)

  • “oosplokh” – Draconic:- the singular and plural word for giant frog (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 1, 2019)

  • “oth” – Draconic:- self (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “splokh” – Draconic:- the singular and plural word for frog (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 1, 2019)

  • “ssah” – Draconic:- (literally “we who endure”) the most popular lizardfolk term for themselves (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - July 31, 2020)

  • “stamarrak” – Draconic:- the term for a place known to have been destroyed by a dragon (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 9, 2019)

  • “strixicki” – Tymantheran:- (literally “little imposters”) a pejorative term for the dragonborn (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “thrikominaki” – Tymantheran:- a term for a dragonborn who is clanless (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

  • “thyn” – Draconic:- an embodiment of; one of (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 9, 2019)

  • “Tymantheran” – Common:- a regional Draconic dialect spoken by the dragonborn of Tymanther (Ashes of the Tyrant by Erin M. Evans)

  • “ulklo” – Draconic:- the term for a ruined dragon lair (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 9, 2019)

  • “vaer” – Draconic:- noble (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 9, 2019)

  • “vayemniri” – Tymantheran:- a term for the dragonborn of Tymanchebar (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 29, 2020)

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    Kyrene
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    South Africa
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  • “Adept of the Night” – Common:- a term applied to a novice of Shar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “airwalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Akadi (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Arms of the Forest, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Mielikki (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “authlims” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Iyachtu Xvim (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Awakened, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Lathander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “battleguards” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Tempus (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Bewildered, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Beshaba (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Bhaalists” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Bhaal (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Bhaalyn” – Common:- same as “Bhaalists”

  • “Called, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Selϋne (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Children of Ibrandul” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Ibrandul (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “coinspinners” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Waukeen by most other faiths (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Cornerstones” – Common:- a term applied to the monks of Grumbar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Daring One” – Common:- a term applied to a novice of Myrkul (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “darkbringers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Moander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “darkwalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Ibrandul (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “dawn priests” – Common:- a term applied by the Dawnbringers to the priests and speciality priests of Lathander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Dawnbringers, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Lathander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “demarchesses” – Common:- a term applied to the female speciality priests of Mask (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “demarchs” – Common:- a term applied to the male speciality priests of Mask (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “doomguides” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Kelemvor (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “doormasters” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Beshaba (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “dreadmasters” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Bane (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “earthwalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Grumbar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Faithful Flames” – Common:- a term applied to the monks of Kossuth (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “fingerbones” – Common:- a less polite term for “gray ones” (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “firewalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Kossuth (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Fledglings” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Akadi (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Forestarms” – Common:- same as “Arms of the Forest, the”

  • “Freewalkers” – Common:- a term applied to adventurer-priests of Eldath (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “glyphscribes” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Deneir (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Gods of Fury, the” – Common:- a collective term for the four gods Auril, Malar, Talos, and Umberlee (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “goldeyes” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Waukeen (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Gondsmen” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Gond (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “gray ones” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Myrkul (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “heartwarders” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Sune (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “holy champions” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Torm (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Huntlords” – Common:- same as “Lords of the Hunt”

  • “icepriestesses” – Common:- a term applied to the female speciality priests of Auril (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “icepriests” – Common:- a term applied to the male speciality priests of Auril (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “joybringers” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Lliira (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “joydancers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Lliira (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Kneeling Ones” – Common:- a term applied to the novices or postulants of Loviatar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Krii” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Gond; a Lantanna term meaning disadvantaged (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Lightless, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Kossuth (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Lords of the Hunt” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Malar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “lorekeepers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Oghma (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “loremasters” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Oghma (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Loviatans” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Loviatar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Lovites” – Common:- an older term for “Loviatans” (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “luckbringers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Tymora (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “magistrati” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Azuth (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “malagents” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Talona (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Minions of Moander” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Moander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “mistcallers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Leira (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “morninglords” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Lathander (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Mute One” – Common:- a term applied to a novice of Milil (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Needles” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Mielikki (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “nightbringers” – Common:- same as “nightcloaks”

  • “nightcloaks” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Shar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Oathbound, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Grumbar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “painbearers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Ilmater (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “pains” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Loviatar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Promised, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Kossuth (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Questers” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Mielikki (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Searchers” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Istishia (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Seekers” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Oghma (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Servants of Mystery” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Mystra (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “silverstars” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Selϋne (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Sorlyn” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Milil (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “stormlords” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Talos (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “strifeleaders” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Cyric (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “sunladies” – Common:- a term applied to the female speciality priests of Amaunator (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “sunlords” – Common:- a term applied to the male speciality priests of Amaunator (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “talons” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Malar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Talontar” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Talona (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Telchar” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Waukeen (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Tested, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices and laity of Lliira (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “true servants of the wave” – Common:- same as “waveservants”

  • “tuneservants” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Milil (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Unproven, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Mask; a term also applied to the novices of Torm (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Unspoken, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Grumbar (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Untaken, the” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Umberlee (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Vermin” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Iyachtu Xvim (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Walkers of the Forest Way” – Common:- a term applied to all the faithful of Mielikki (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Watchers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Helm (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “waterwalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Istishia (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “waveservants” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Umberlee (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “windwalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Shaundakul (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Wonderer” – Common:- a term applied to a novice of Gond (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

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    Kyrene
    Senior Scribe

    South Africa
    699 Posts

    Posted - 13 Aug 2021 :  10:52:07  Show Profile  Visit Kyrene's Homepage Send Kyrene a Private Message  Reply with Quote
  • “aegan” – Elvish:- physically strong (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - June 1, 2021)

  • “aegath” – Elvish:- a term for a feat of strength (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - June 1, 2021)

  • “agh” – Dwarvish:- sharp (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “aghvorl” – Dwarvish:- shortened in daily speech version of “aghvorwur” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “aghvorwur” – Dwarvish:- (literally “sharp-hard-perilous water”) ice (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “agwurl” – Dwarvish:- sleet (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “havar” – Dwarvish:- hide; skin; coating (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “Lapaliiyan” – Common:- a term applied to the collective folk of Lapaliiya, their work, study, beliefs, and customs, and to items of their making (Serpent Kingdoms by Eric L. Boyd, Darrin Drader, Ed Greenwood)

  • “neyturl” – Dwarvish:- (literally “white heap or pile”) a term for powdery white snow when fallen or on the ground (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “neywurl” – Dwarvish:- (literally “white-water”) a term for powdery white snow when falling (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “neywurth” – Dwarvish:- (literally “white-wet”) snowflake (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “Samarachan” – Common:- a term applied to the collective folk of Samarach, their work, study, beliefs, and customs, and to items of their making (Serpent Kingdoms by Eric L. Boyd, Darrin Drader, Ed Greenwood)

  • “taera” – Elvish:- steadfast; a term for firm of purpose (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - June 1, 2021)

  • “taeril” – Elvish:- a term for resist to the death (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - June 1, 2021)

  • “Thindolese” – Common:- a term applied to the collective folk of Thindol, their work, study, beliefs, and customs, and to items of their making (Serpent Kingdoms by Eric L. Boyd, Darrin Drader, Ed Greenwood)

  • “thorhavr” – Dwarvish:- frost (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “thorord” – Dwarvish:- cold (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “wurl” – Dwarvish:- a term for perilous water or unwelcome water (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “wurn” – Dwarvish:- a term useful, wanted water or good drinking water (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

  • “wurth” – Dwarvish:- wetness; wet (adjective) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2020)

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    Kyrene
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    South Africa
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  • “bloodreavers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Garagos (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Brothers of Life and Mercy, the” – Common:- a term applied to the male priests of Shiallia (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Children of Ubtao, the” – Common:- a Chultan term for dinosaurs (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “daernuth” – Common:- holy festivals (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “divinators” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Savras (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “doombringers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Hoar (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “doomscribes” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Jergal (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Eshewtak” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Eshowdow (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Eshowdowan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Eshowdow (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Finderite” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Finder Wyvernspur (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “finders” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Finder Wyvernspur (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “firemanes” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Nobanion (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Garagathan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Garagos (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Gargauthan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Gargauth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Gwaeronan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Gwaeron Windstrom (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Heways” – Common:- a term applied to wizards in service to Sseth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “highborns” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Siamorphe (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Hoarite” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Hoar (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “holy strategists” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of the Red Knight (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “iceguardians” – Common:- a term applied to the Ice Hunter speciality priests of Ulutiu (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Jergali” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Jergal (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Karsite” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Karsus (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Luruean” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Lurue (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “malefactors” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Gargauth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “mazewalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Ubtao (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “nakurits” – Common:- a term applied to the Nakulutiun speciality priests of Ulutiu (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “necrophants” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Velsharoon (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Nobanionite” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Nobanion (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Pallbearers” – Common:- a term applied to the novices and acolytes of Velsharoon (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Pride of Nobanion, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Nobanion (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Red Fellowship, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of the Red Knight (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Red Knight” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of the Red Knight (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Savrathan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Savras (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Scions of Siamorphe, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Siamorphe (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Scriveners of Doom, the” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Jergal (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “sensates” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Sharess (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “serphidians” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Sseth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “shadow stalkers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Eshowdow (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Sharessin” – Common:- a term applied to the priests of Sharess (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Shiallian” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Shiallia (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Siamorphan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Siamorphe (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “sibylites” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Savras (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Silent Helpers, the” – Common:- a term applied to priests of Shiallia of either gender (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “silvermaids” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Lurue (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Sisters of Life and Mercy, the” – Common:- a term applied to the female priests of Shiallia (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “spiritlords” – Common:- a term applied to shamans of Ubtao (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Ssethssar” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers, priests and the religion of Sseth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Supplicants” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Gargauth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “swabs” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Gargauth (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Truth Seekers” – Common:- a term applied to the novices of Savras (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Ubtaoan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Ubtao (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Ulutian” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Ulutiu (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Uthgardt” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Uthgar (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Valkuryte” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Valkur (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “Velsharan” – Common:- a term applied to the worshipers and the religion of Velsharoon (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “wavetamers” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Valkur (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

  • “woodwives” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Shiallia (Powers & Pantheons by Eric L. Boyd)

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  • “arlkha” – Common:- a Var the Golden or Utter East term for baba ghanoush (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “belthiir” – Common:- a term for ful medammes (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “broaz” – Common:- a Sword Coast and Heartlands term for tabbouleh (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “droot” – Common:- a root-beer-like non-alcoholic drink made from nut and root distillates (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 14, 2021)

  • “elmauri” – Elvish:- false; make-believe; a term for what is desired as opposed to reality (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “elnaer” – Elvish:- hero (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “flametongue” – Common:- a term for harissa paste (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “halahake” – Common:- a term for Gilan pomegranate paste (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “harlbutur” – Common:- a term for tahini (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “holy justices” – Common:- a term applied to the speciality priests of Tyr (Faiths & Avatars by Julia Martin, Eric L. Boyd)

  • “hotnut” – Common:- a term for mulhammara (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “ithili” – Common:- a term for tabbouleh (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “lannli” – Common:- a term for carrot puree (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “lennem” – Common:- a term for baba ghanoush (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “loress” – Elvish:- winter (as in ‘nature’s cold season’ for gardeners or growing things when speaking of hibernation, dormancy, and cold-resistant plants) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 10, 2019)

  • “olkoth” – Common:- same as “lennem”

  • “ruth” – Common:- a term for the seasoned loose mixture used to make falafel (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 5, 2019)

  • “ruth-ball” – Common:- falafel (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 5, 2019)

  • “slicewash” – Common:- liquid disinfectant (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 14, 2021)

  • “taeth” – Common:- a term for hummus (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “tarator” – Common:- a term for tzatziki (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 6, 2019)

  • “tela” – Elvish:- little (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “telmaur” – Elvish:- little dreamer (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “telnaer” – Elvish:- little hero (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “tlarranen” – Elvish:- garden (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - March 10, 2019)

  • “vuin” – Elvish:- youngling (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - May 2, 2019)

  • “yaruth” – Common:- same as “taeth”

  • “yethil” – Common:- same as “harlbutur”

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  • “boldblade” – Common:- a rogue, chaser-of-skirts, or “bad boy” who dallies “with the ladies” (or tries to make others think he does); also a trained bodyguard (So saith Ed - April 21, 2005; Realmslore: The Winking Eye, Part Two by Ed Greenwood)

  • “eyehouses” – Common:- a term for shops filled with drawings that can be viewed and copied for fees (Realmslore: Everyday Writing in the Realms, Part One by Ed Greenwood)

  • “knuckle-knot” – Common:- a term for a half hitch knot (Realmslore: Safeholds, Part Three by Ed Greenwood)

  • “miior” – Elvish:- a term for a cluster of trazaethe equal in size to a thorp or small hamlet, meaning: “shared flower” (Realmslore: Semberholme, Part Two by Ed Greenwood)

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  • “crunchtart” – Common:- a term used in the Vilhon for a “fryhard” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 13, 2020)

  • “fryhard” – Common:- a term used along the Sword Coast for a fried hardcrust roundbread that has been stuffed with a mix of hot cooked minced meat, spices, vegetables and sauces (we might call it a flat, closed taco made from a stuffed pita, but fried crispy-hard) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 13, 2020)

  • “hotbite” – Common:- a term used in the South for a “fryhard” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 13, 2020)


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    (Ed Greenwood on Twitter, Boomgarden thread):
    "jug shop" - Common: a shop that specializes on bulk liquid goods (mostly not drinkables, but including various cooking/intermediate products).
    slicewash - Common: liquid disinfectant
    "droot" - Common: a root-beer-like non-alcoholic drink made from nut and root distillates, often added to bad beer or spirits to make them more palatable.

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    quote:
    Originally posted by TBeholder

    slicewash - Common: liquid disinfectant
    "droot" - Common: a root-beer-like non-alcoholic drink made from nut and root distillates, often added to bad beer or spirits to make them more palatable.



    Thanks, but I already added those two on the previous page.

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  • “A dwarf never forgets his grudges” – Common:- an old saying (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “agland” – Dwarvish:- sword (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “Aglandar” – Dwarvish:- (literally “sword-slash” or “sword-cut”) the term for the Great Rift (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “ar” – Dwarvish:- a word meaning to cut, slash, or lay open (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “As wild as a night in Wildstar” – Common:- a common saying among dwarves anywhere in the south (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “Crack, The” – Common:- an everyday dwarven term for the Great Rift (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “dur Authalar” – Dwarvish:- (literally “the People”) a term for wild dwarves when referring to themselves (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “Every fair sky hides a lurking cloud” – Common:- a common dwarven saying revealing their inherent pessimism (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “Loremasters, the” – Common:- a term applied to southern dwarf elders who preserve the lore of the race and continually instruct junior scribes as to the dwarven decrees (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “no-beard” – Common:- an insulting name for a dwarf (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “shorthair” – Common:- same as “no-beard”

  • “Smiths die rich, but warriors die with only what they’ve managed to seize and hold onto” – Common:- a dwarven saying illustrating the relative lack of profit in being an adventurer, compared to the sure gains of being a dwarven smith (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “Staech” – Common:- (named after the dwarf who devised it) a “paste of secret ingredients” dwarves use to inhibit hair growth (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood; Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 22, 2021)

  • “The gold you have yet to win gleams the brightest” – Common:- a common dwarven saying revealing their inherent pessimism (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “The memory of a dwarf is long and strong” – Common:- an old saying (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “You never know with a Madbeard” – Common:- a saying in Neverwinter referring to a crazed band of berserker fighting-dwarves thought to dwell somewhere on an island near Uttersea, in the Trackless Sea north and west of Ruathym (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “You stand tall among us” – Common:- a term of admiration and respect among the dwarves (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)


  • Dwarves Deep contains a Dwarvish glossary that I am not going to copy here for various reasons. I have only copied from it as far as is required to supplement other entries in the above list.

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  • “ahra” – Dwarvish:- a less formal, daily term for the race of dwarves when referring to themselves (So saith Ed - May 13, 2015)

  • “ahrraem” – Dwarvish:- all-kin; see also “Ahrraem” (So saith Ed - May 13, 2015)

  • “Ahrraem” – Dwarvish:- the formal term for the race of dwarves when referring to themselves (So saith Ed - May 13, 2015)

  • “arl” – Dwarvish:- the singular word for dwarf (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “del” – Dwarvish:- the singular word for gnome (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “deldal” – Dwarvish:- the plural word for gnomes (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “delvar” – Dwarvish:- (literally “to dig”) the word for the race of gnomes (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015; Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood)

  • “dinn” – Dwarvish:- clan (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “elgon” – Dwarvish:- the singular word for elf (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “elgonnyn” – Dwarvish:- the plural word for elves (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “gonnynd” – Dwarvish:- the word for the race of elves (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “orthim” – Dwarvish:- the word for the race of halflings (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “ostoan” – Dwarvish:- ruling house (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “oumtahl” – Dwarvish:- the word for the race of humans (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “runedar” – Dwarvish:- haven; familiar place; home or also meaning home for all (Dwarves Deep by Ed Greenwood; So saith Ed - May 13, 2015)

  • “tahl” – Dwarvish:- the singular word for human (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “tahln” – Dwarvish:- the plural word for humans (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “thim” – Dwarvish:- the singular word for halfling (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

  • “thimdal” – Dwarvish:- the plural word for halflings (So saith Ed - May 14, 2015)

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  • “warmwhirls” – Common:- a term for the heat-powered simple blade spinners located atop a heat source (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 22, 2021)

  • “wash rocks” – Common:- a term for rocks just above sea level, that waves break against or over (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 25, 2020)

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  • “amhir” – Alzhedo:- a naval rank equivalent to a commander (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “askar” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a soldier of any rank dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “balak” – Alzhedo:- a rank equivalent to a colonel (Calimport by Steven E. Schend; Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “chawal” – Alzhedo:- a rank equivalent to a lieutenant (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “djawal” – Alzhedo:- (literally “noble soldier”) a rank equivalent to a knight (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “enhir” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a tribune dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “hakkam” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a governor dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “massatyr” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a baron dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “mumijn” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a lieutenant colonel dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “musar” – Alzhedo:- a rank equivalent to a sergeant (Calimport by Steven E. Schend; Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “nazir” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a prefect dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Calimport by Steven E. Schend; Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “qayadin” – Alzhedo:- a rank equivalent to a general of the Sadimmin or Qysaghanni (Calimport by Steven E. Schend; Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “qysar” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for an emperor dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “ruaμs” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a count dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “rysal” – Alzhedo:- a naval rank equivalent to a ship’s captain (Calimport by Steven E. Schend; Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “saref” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a centurion dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “syl” – Alzhedo:- an archaic term for a tribal chief or leader dating from the Shoon Imperium or earlier Coramshan; used as a prefix in applicable titles to denote overlordship of said type of title-holder (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

  • “yusaz” – Alzhedo:- a rank equivalent to a captain (Empires of the Shining Sea by Steven E. Schend, Dale Donovan)

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  • “alun” – Elvish:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “dezek” – Orc:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “doomrasp” – Common:- a term for tuberculosis (So saith George Krashos - January 28, 2015)

  • “jertrut” – Giant:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “softcurd” – Common:- a term for yoghurt (So saith George Krashos - January 28, 2015)

  • “thoulal” – Gnomish:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “thulol” – Dwarvish:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “urdesk” – Goblin:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “zalshaer” – Halfling:- a term for those who have settled into a gender other than their birth gender (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

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  • “clantul” – Dwarvish:- thousand (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “duan” – Dwarvish:- four (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “emp” – Dwarvish:- one (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “gelgeth” – Dwarvish:- nine (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “geth” – Dwarvish:- three (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “gethtrantran” – Dwarvish:- three hundred (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “noan” – Dwarvish:- seven (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “ortel” – Dwarvish:- eight (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “trant” – Dwarvish:- five (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “trantrant’a’geth” – Dwarvish:- one hundred and three (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “trantrant” – Dwarvish:- hundred (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “ultrant” – Dwarvish:- ten (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “velemp” – Dwarvish:- two (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “velgeth” – Dwarvish:- six (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “veltrant” – Dwarvish:- twenty (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “veltrantran’a’ultrant’a’velgeth” – Dwarvish:- two hundred and sixteen (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “veltrantran” – Dwarvish:- two hundred (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

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  • “do” – Draconic:- two (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “dosaqqa” – Draconic:- twelve (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “hrist” – Draconic:- eight (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “ir” – Draconic:- one (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “klau” – Draconic:- three (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “klaulasaqqa” – Draconic:- sixty three (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “klausaqqa” – Draconic:- eighteen (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “kloal” – Draconic:- five (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “lauth” – Draconic:- a few (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “saqqa” – Draconic:- six (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “saqqado” – Draconic:- one hundred and twenty (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “saqqaklau” – Draconic:- one hundred and eighty (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “saqqalasaqqasaqqa” – Draconic:- three hundred and sixty six (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “saqqalasaqqatlokel” – Draconic:- four hundred and twenty six (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “throden” – Draconic:- many (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “tlokel” – Draconic:- seven (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “tveth” – Draconic:- four (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “vaeve” – Draconic:- nine (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “vok” – Draconic:- ten (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

  • “voksaqqa” – Draconic:- sixty (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - August 30, 2021)

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  • “arsurinya” – Elvish:- god; diety (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 1, 2021)

  • “arsurinyahakar” – Elvish:- (literally “god-enemy”) the term for a sinner (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 1, 2021)

  • “hakar” – Elvish:- enemy (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 1, 2021)

  • “klarvel” – Common:- a Lapaliiyan trader term for “ring-loaf” (So saith Ed - July 5, 2010)

  • “ring-loaf” – Common:- (because their shape resembles a ring from a coat of mail) the term for a ring-shaped, coarse rye loaf of bread made in the Lake of Steam area and Lapaliiya, Estagund, and Murghom (So saith Ed - July 5, 2010)

  • “thar” – Elvish:- good (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 1, 2021)

  • “vaarn” – Elvish:- evil (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 1, 2021)

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  • “arand” – Draconic:- core; heart of (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 15, 2021)

  • “droo” – Common:- a rather peppery brown sauce made from boiling down three sorts of roots and the edible turtles of the River Ith, used in many dishes in the southern duchies of Tethyr, and all across Calimshan (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 22, 2021)

  • “nathin” – Elvish:- a term for a growing tree that is tall, straight, and thin (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 29, 2021)

  • “nathold” – Elvish:- a term for a long wooden pole (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 29, 2021)

  • “nathorn” – Elvish:- a term for a non-magical staff (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 29, 2021)

  • “nethorn” – Elvish:- a term for a magical staff (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - September 29, 2021)

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  • “streetmoot” – Common:- a term for a crossroad or intersection in a city (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 4, 2021)

  • “ulport” – Alzhedo:- a port (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 2, 2021)

  • “ulporth” – Alzhedo:- archaic version of “ulport” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 2, 2021)

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  • “aar” – Elvish:- woodland (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

  • “adon” – Elvish:- peace (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

  • “arael” – Elvish:- heart (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

  • “araeladonever” – Elvish:- (literally “heart-peace-home”) the term For untouched (no non-woodland-being trails cut through, and no woodcutting) sylvan areas (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

  • “laraelever” – Elvish:- (literally “of-heart-home”) the term for woodland or forest as it should be (unblighted, unscorched by fire, uncut by the uncaring who clear, as opposed to harvest in harmony with sylvan life cycles and continued growth); also a term used to describe a curved piece of wood in furniture that grew that way and was harvested, as opposed to a piece that was carved out of a much larger piece (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

  • “or” – Elvish:- forest (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 8, 2021)

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  • “athorn” – Common:- a politer regional name for a “bumstick” used in Waterdeep (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 15, 2021)

  • “bumstick” – Common:- the term for a stout short stick with old towels, handcloths, or scraps of clothing affixed to one end used to scrub one’s behind when using a toilet (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 15, 2021)

  • “dollurd” – Common:- a politer regional name for a “sluices-stick” used in Waterdeep (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 15, 2021)

  • “sluices-stick” – Common:- the term for a stout short stick with old towels, handcloths, or scraps of clothing affixed to one end used to clean the toilet seat and area when using a toilet (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 15, 2021)

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  • “avanal” – Common:- a sky-blue wine (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 31, 2021)

  • “jestarakh” – Elvish:- the term for a crafter and cherisher of small vital details (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - October 22, 2021)

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  • “evae” – Elvish:- love; absence of malice (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 4, 2021)

  • “immaea” – Elvish:- loyalty to kin and family; familial love (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 4, 2021)

  • “immeet” – Elvish:- to yearn for home, family, or hearth (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 4, 2021)

  • “nor” – Elvish:- love; essence of passion (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 4, 2021)

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  • “Arltah” – Dwarvish:- (literally “Dwarf-converse”) the term for spoken Dwarvish (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “Doamun” – Gnomish:- (translated as both “Enduring-Folk” and “Steadfast-Us”) the term for the race of gnomes when referring to themselves (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “Glahkery” – Elvish:- (literally “sound-strife”) the collective term for other languages (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “Gnometalk” – Common:- the term for spoken Gnomish (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “Lalur” – Elvish:- (literally “The Singing”) the term for spoken Elvish (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “Munthar” – Gnomish:- (literally “us-clack” or “our-speech”) the term for spoken Gnomish (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 20, 2021)

  • “nys” – Elvish:- sister (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 23, 2021)

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  • “ada” – Alzhedo:- an order; command (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 26, 2021)

  • “adha” – Alzhedo:- master; commander (role, not rank; see also “amhir”) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 26, 2021)

  • “adhar” – Alzhedo:- slave (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 26, 2021)

  • “alam” – Alzhedo:- to obey; to be obedient (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 26, 2021)

  • “amru” – Alzhedo:- loyalty (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 26, 2021)

  • “canthroyae” – Common:- plural of “canthroyal” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “canthroyal” – Common:- the term for any work largely devoted to translations of words or phrases from one language to another (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “construth” – Common:- plural of “constus” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “constus” – Common:- the term for any reference tome that is organized for easy look-up of contents (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “n’vae” – Elvish:- everyday speech abbreviation of “nevae” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 28, 2021)

  • “nevae” – Elvish:- dark; shadow (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 28, 2021)

  • “oloth” – Drow:- the term for natural darkness or total magical darkness (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 28, 2021)

  • “ormaur” – Elvish:- darkness (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 28, 2021)

  • “theamum” – Common:- plural of “theamus” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “theamus” – Common:- the term for any guide to important published works on a topic, or in a genre (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 25, 2021)

  • “veldrin” – Drow:- shadows (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - November 28, 2021)

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  • “harauk” – Elvish:- crow (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 10, 2021)

  • “harkel” – Elvish:- birdcall (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 10, 2021)

  • “nightsup” – Common:- any meal taken at night (often when one must work late, or “wait up” for someone to arrive in the wee hours, or some task, or some anticipated event) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 13, 2021)

  • “thimril” – Elvish:- archaic version of “thimron” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 10, 2021)

  • “thimron” – Elvish:- raven (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 10, 2021)

  • “tuth” – Common:- any pause for a snack where one has the opportunity to drink but not munch (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 13, 2021)

  • “tuthslake” – Common:- any pause for a snack where one has the opportunity to drink (not necessarily alcohol) as well as munch (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 13, 2021)

  • “vraeken” – Common:- any pre-dawn meal (something eaten to begin a journey early, or upon arising for farmwork; often prepared the night before and left ready, or even simmering on a hearth) (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 13, 2021)

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  • “krehl” – Orc:- weakling (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 20, 2021)

  • “kuhul” – Goblin:- weakling (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 20, 2021)

  • “urkuhul” – Goblin:- born weak; puny (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - December 20, 2021)

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  • “arklajan” – Draconic:- plural of “arklajus” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “arklajus” – Draconic:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “gaukul” – Goblin:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “gaukulla” – Goblin:- plural of “gaukul” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “harnor” – Gnomish:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “harnorl” – Gnomish:- plural of “harnor” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “helnarl” – Halfling:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “helnarla” – Halfling:- plural of “helnarl” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “horb” – Elvish:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “horbra” – Elvish:- plural of “horb” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “irrenth” – Elvish:- a haunting; a place or item that is haunted (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 7, 2022)

  • “klajan” – Draconic:- plural of “klajus” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “klajus” – Draconic:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “klood” – Draconic:- a nest or colony of spiders (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “lhorb” – Drow:- a spider the speaker considers dangerous (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “lhorbbyth” – Drow:- plural of “lhorb” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “narl” – Halfling:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “narrara” – Halfling:- plural of “narl” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “norl” – Gnomish:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “norra” – Gnomish:- plural of “norl” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “norskul” – Dwarvish:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “norskulla” – Dwarvish:- plural of “norskul” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “orb” – Drow:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “orbb” – Drow:- plural of “orb” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “orbra” – Elvish:- plural of “orbryn” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022; Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “orbryn” – Elvish:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “taggaukul” – Goblin:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “taggaukulla” – Goblin:- plural of “taggaukul” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “ues” – Elvish:- the term for the spirit that is the essence of each elf (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 7, 2022)

  • “ukul” – Orc:- a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “ukula” – Orc:- plural of “ukul” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “ukurn” – Orc:- a monstrous spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “ukurna” – Orc:- plural of “ukurn” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “vrae” – Elvish:- the term for a phantom, wraith, or other visible translucent flying or drifting apparition (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 7, 2022)

  • “vraemorm” – Elvish:- the term for the undead (“mormhaor”) known as a “ghost” in Common (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 7, 2022)

  • “yau” – Dwarvish:- a known peril, hazard, or danger (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “yaunorsk” – Dwarvish:- (literally “peril-spider”) a known-to-be-deadly spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “yilorb” – Drow:- a riding-spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

  • “yilorbbyth” – Drow:- plural of “yilorb” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 8, 2022)

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  • “attlug” – Giant:- (literally “eight-legs”) a spider (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “attlugga” – Giant:- plural of “attlug” (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “attlugthul” – Giant:- a spider web (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “duhfare” – Giant:- (literally “silent-danger”) a prefix indicating a poisonous or venomous creature (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “goront” – Giant:- a prefix indicating a full-grown creature or object (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “guth” – Giant:- a prefix indicating a creature that is soft and easily squished or crushed (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “iph” – Giant:- a prefix indicating a tiny creature or object the size of a human palm or less (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “kah” – Giant:- a prefix indicating a biting creature (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “thul” – Giant:- a creature-made net or snare (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

  • “trau” – Giant:- a prefix indicating a small creature or object up to the size of a human body (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 16, 2022)

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  • “guja” – Orc:- a term for a creature, critter, or prey to be hunted (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “hulja” – Orc:- a term for a (formidable or dangerous creature) monster (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 17, 2022)

  • “ilyr” – Elvish:- a term for a creature, critter, or prey to be hunted (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “irrilyr” – Elvish:- a sentient being (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “lur” – Orc:- to scheme; to plan (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “lura” – Orc:- snare; trap (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “lurja” – Orc:- a sentient being (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 27, 2022)

  • “uthlyr” – Elvish:- a term for a (formidable or dangerous creature) monster (Ed Greenwood on Twitter - January 17, 2022)

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