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A stone rubbing of the Falmer language

The following are the known languages that appear in The Elder Scrolls universe.

List of languagesEdit

AkaviriEdit

[?]
  • "Syffim" – "Mercenaries/Fighters"

AldmerisEdit

Main article: Aldmeri Language
  • "Ada" – "Spirit." Found in Et'Ada and Ehlnada.
  • "Ae" – "Is/equal to/and"
  • "Ae-" – "Positive" prefix (ontological assertion)
  • "Aedra" – "Ancestors"[17]
  • "Aka" – "Dragon"
  • "Ald" – "Ancient," "Old"
  • "Aldmer" – "Ancient/Old Ones"
  • "Aldmeris" – "Elven"
  • "Altadoon" – "Weapon"
  • "Alt" – "High"[18][19][20]
  • "Altmer" – "High Ones"[18]
  • "Altmora" – "The Elder/High Wood"[19][20]
  • "Akavir" – "Dragon Land"[20]
  • "Arcta" – "To face" [UL 1]
  • "Bos" – "Green," "Forest" [18]
  • "Chi-" – "Changed-"[18]
  • "Chim" – "Change"
  • "Chimer" – "The Changed Ones/Elves"[18]
  • "Dae" – "Is not/ not equal to"
  • "Dae-" – Negative prefix
  • "Daedra" – "Not our ancestors/Not a god"[17]
  • "Dra" – "Ancestors," "God" [UL 1]
  • "Doon" – Related to "Fight" or "War." Found in Altadoon and Ghardooni
  • "Dun" – "Dark"[18]
  • "Dunmer" – "The Dark Ones/Elves"[18]
  • "Dwe" – "Deep," "Secret"
  • "Dwemer" – "The Deep/Secret Ones," "The Ones of the Depths"[21][18]
  • "Ehln-" – "Ancestral"
  • "Ehlnada" – "Ancestors" (Literally ancestral spirit) [UL 1]
  • "Fevel" – "Weakness" [UL 1]
  • "Ghardooni" – "Invaders" [UL 1]
  • "Kan" – "To dare" [UL 1]
  • "Malatanya" – "Truth of Life" [UL 1]
  • "Malatu" – "Truth"
  • "Man"/"Men" – "Human(s)," "Man"/"Men"
  • "Manmer," "Menmer" – "Half Blooded One(s)" (referring to the first Bretons)
  • "Metanane" – "To have chosen" [UL 1]
  • "Mer" – "People" ("Elves")[21]
  • "Mora" – "Wood"[18][19][20]
  • "Nu" – "We," "Us" [UL 1]
  • "Orsimer" – "Orc"[1]
  • "Orsinium" – "Orc-Town"[22]
  • "Resdayniil" – "Resdayn Folk" [UL 1]
  • "Tamriel" – "Dawn's Beauty"[20]
  • "Tarcel" – "To resist"[UL 1]
  • "Udhendra Nibenu" – "Father of the Niben"[1]
  • "Welkynd" – (Welkynd Stones) "Heaven Stone" (literal meaning: "Sky Child")[23]
  • "Vane" – "For" [UL 1]
  • "Varla" – (Varla Stones) "Star" [23]
  • "Vengha" – "To venerate/adore" [UL 1]
  • "Vir" – "Land"
  • "Ye" – "And" [UL 1]

AyleidoonEdit

Main article: Ayleidoon

The Ayleid language is believed to be a variation of "Old Cyrodiilic" rather than Tamrielic.[24]

  • "Admia" – "Ancestors"[25]
  • "Adonai" – "Lordly"[25]
  • "Aldmeris" – "Elven"[25]
  • "Alasil" – "Vision"[26]
  • "Amaraldane" – "Heralds"[25]
  • "Anyammis" – "Life"[25]
  • "Aurane" – "Heard"[25]
  • "Agea" – "Wisdom," "Lore"[25]
  • "Av" – "From"[25]
  • "Baune" – "Mighty"[25]
  • "Belle" – "Thunderous"[25]
  • Bisnensel – "New Water Halls"[27]
  • "Boiche" – "Wood"[24]
  • "Brelyeis" – "Beech trees"[25]
  • "Emero" – ?[25]
  • "Gandra" – "Welcoming"[25]
  • "Garlas" – "Caverns"[25]
  • "Goria" – "Obscure"[25]
  • "Gravia" – "Ugly"[25]
  • "Haelia" – "Terrible"[25]
  • "Hectahame" – "Home of the Elves"[28]
  • "Jorane"[25]
  • "Karan" – "Armor"[25]
  • "Latta" – "Light"[25]
  • "Lattia" – "Shines"[25]
  • "Magicka" – "Magic"[25]
  • "Malatu" – "Truth"[25]
  • "Mallari" – "Gold"[25]
  • "Mathlemldi" – literal meaning: "From-home-driven"[25]
  • "Molag" – "Fire"[25][29]
  • "Moriche" – "Dark"[24]
  • "Ne" – "Ever"[25]
  • "Nou" – "Our"[25]
  • "Par" – "Fist," "Grip"[29]
  • "Pellani" – "Outsiders"[24]
  • "Relleis" – "Peace"[25]
  • "Ry" – "As"[25]
  • "Sa" – "So"[25]
  • "Salache" – "High"[24]
  • "Sancre" – "Golden"[30]
  • "Sepredia" – "Gifts"[25]
  • "Sou" – "Your"[25]
  • "Suna" – "Bless"[25]
  • "Sunna" – "Blessed" (Sunnabe = Blessed Be)[25]
  • "Tor" – "Hill"[30]
  • "Va" – "In," "In the"[25]
  • "Vabria frenscha" – "Foaming Wave"[25]
  • "Varlais" – "Stars"[25] (Aldmeris: Varla = Star)
  • "Ye" – "And"[25]

BanthanEdit

Main article: Banthan

Dialect of Ancient Redguard. (See "Old Redguard")[31]

  • "Riglametha" – "Grateful-offering"[31]
  • "Ghraewaj" – "The Crows Who Were Punished" or "The Crows Who Punish"[31]

DaedricEdit

Has its own alphabet, but is written the same as Tamrielic. See Daedric Alphabet

  • "Kyn" – "Dremora Race"[32] (people)[33]
  • "Kynaz" – "He of the Kyn"[32] [33]
  • "Kynmarcher" – Lieutenant/Minor Lord[32]
  • "Markynaz" – Translates roughly as "Grand Duke"[32] [33]
  • "Markyn" – "Grand Council" (of other Markynaz)[32]
  • "Valkynaz" – Translates roughly as "Prince"[33]

Dragon LanguageEdit

Main article: Dragon Language

DunmeriEdit

At some point in the past, the Dunmer had a complete, separate language.[9]

DwemerisEdit

Main article: Dwemeris

Dwemeris.[3]

For a list of books written in Dwemeris, see Dwemeris.

EhlnofexEdit

Ancient language. Now extinct.

  • "Ae" – "Is" (Probably also encountered in elvish languages); Prefix establishing as true
  • "Aedra" – "Ancestors"[17]
  • "Beratu" – "Half"[52] ("Bretons" is derived from this)
  • "Dae" – "Is not"; Negative prefix
  • "Daedra" – "Not our ancestors"[17]
  • "Nirn" means the "Gray Maybe."[53] (Sometimes translated as "Arena")[UL 2] (Unconfirmed that it was this language)

FalmerEdit

The Falmer Language can be determined thanks to etchings in Calcelmo's Tower, and Gallus's Encoded Journal[54]

GiantishEdit

Main article: Giantish – Established as a language in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall[4]

GoblinEdit

A language according to the The Elder Scrolls Online lorebook Sacred Rites of the Stonechewers.

  • "Muulk" – Used to chastise Durzogs or children.[5]
  • "Mluku" – Goblin word for fecal matter.[5]

ImpishEdit

Established as a language in The Elder Scrolls II: Daggerfall.[4]

KothriEdit

Roll me down down down to the river that welcomes me
Ge-rulla seb-seb-seb ytri topali ke wel'kyn-ge

I am a Welcome Stone
Ge una Wel'kyn Bal

Just ask anyone of age, little girl, for they remember me
Yn set ghyn aka, ky'naless, synd laru'me ge

I am a Welcome Stone
Ge yni Wel'kyn Bal

Wash me up up up and see! A familiar face! Too long gone!
K'yness-ge bes bes bes ad'soon! Ha'phyn fex! Ald'ald-het!

I am Orlyan, the Long Gone Stone
Ge yni Orlyan, the Ald-Het Bal

The Around-Us will be happy to see me again!
Aurbex lemha je-je ad'soon al-ge!

But it might go, "Wait, you looked different before!"
Hyn detta set, "Ka, g'e lr'khn nymbo!"

I am a Verily Stone!
Ge yni V'arla Bal!

But it might go, "Wait, you looked different before!"
Hyn detta set, "Ka, g'e lr’khn nymbo!"

I am a Verily Stone!
Ge yni V'arla Bal!

[UL 3]

  • "Ald-Het" – "Long Gone"[UL 3]
  • "Ald'Ald-het" – "Too long gone"[UL 3]
  • "Bal" – "Stone" (Also in Aldmeris)[UL 3]
  • "Detta" – "Might"[UL 3]
  • "Ge" – "Me," "I"[UL 3]
  • "G'e" – "You"[UL 3]
  • "Hyn" – "But"[UL 3]
  • "Ka" – "Wait"[UL 3]
  • "Set" – "Go"[UL 3]
  • "Una" – "Am A" (Sometimes "Yni")[UL 3]
  • "V'arla" – "Verily"[UL 3]
  • "Wel'kyn" – "Welcome"[UL 3]
  • Yni – "Am A" (Sometimes "Una")[UL 3]

JelEdit

Main article: Jel

Jel, the languages of the Argonians, is described as "the closest speech to thought," a way of conversing communally with the Hist.[UL 4] Unlike many Tamrielic languages, Jel is not derived from Ehlnofex but comes from the ancient and sentient trees, the Hist.[UL 4] The language is sometimes erroneously referred to as Saxhleel[55], which is the Argonian name for themselves.[56]

  • "Ajum" – A traditional woven tray[57]
  • "Al-Phid" – "Brightest star in the city"[58]
  • "Beeko" – "Friend"[56]
  • "Bok" – "Bowl"[56]
  • "Daril" – example "Daril Drinker" – ?[15]
  • "Deelith" – "Teacher"[56]
  • "Gee-Rusleel" – "Miredancer"[59]
  • "Greel" – "Enemy"[56]
  • "Haj" – "Hidden"[7][56]
  • "Hej xajhuthi kroni" – "Vaporous, dangerous crones" ("Beware of witchlights")[15]
  • "hejsetha thtithik" – "Vaporous, floating egg-hatcher" (Wispmother)[15]
  • "hejsetha thtitleel" – "Vaporous, floating sphere" (or Wisp)[15]
  • "Hist-Deek" – "Hist-Sapling"[60]
  • "Hist-Dooka" – "Mature Hist"[60]
  • "Hist-Tsoko" – "Elder Hist"[60]
  • "Jekos" - Meaning unknown. Used by Zahra in The Elder Scrolls Online.[61]
  • "ka" – "Apprentice"[55]
  • "Kaal" – "War Captain"[56]
  • "kaj-jeke thota" – "Ample-stinging insect" (or "Giant Wasp")[15]
  • "Kaoc" – Form of expression of surprise or alarm.[15][58][61]
  • "kajthux" – "Ample Serpent"[15]
  • "Kota-Vimleel" – "Black-Tongues"[62]
  • "Krona" – "Big, colossal"[56]
  • "Luheeez" – "wing folding"[57]
  • "Lukiul" – "Assimilated"[UL 4][56]
  • "Nagahssee" – "Snake roll," a culinary dish[63]
  • "Naheesh" – "Tribal elder"[56]
  • "Nalpa" – "Bad"[56]
  • "Norg" – "Forbidden"[56]
  • "Nushmeeko" – "Lizard"[60]
  • "Ojel" – "Outsider"/Literal Translation: "Not of Argonian Tongue" or "Non-Speaker of Jel"[56]
  • "Rajpu" – ?[64]
  • "Reel-Ka" – "Warrior"[56]
  • "Rormasu" – Argonian word for Crocodile (literal: "big mouth reptile that breathes above water")[15]
  • "Saxhleel" – Argonians' name for themselves[UL 4][56][65][60]
  • "Shaja-nushmeeko" – "Semi-Humanoid Lizard"[60]
  • "Sisei" – "Sprout" [60]
  • "Ssaa" – ? (used by Xijai-Teel) [61]
  • "Teeba-Hatsei" – "Hip and Tail Ball"[59]
  • "Teeba" – "ball"[66]
  • "Theilul" – Hurry? (uncertain on meaning)[58]
  • "Thtithil" – "Egg"[56]
  • "Thtithil-Gah" – "Egg-Basket"[60]
  • "Tsona" – "Swim"[56]
  • "Tsonashap" – "Swimming Frog"[UL 4]
  • "Tum-Taleel" – "Root-House People"[67]
  • "Uxith" – "nest"[58][56]
  • "Vakka" – "Sun"[56]
  • "Vastei" – "Change"[56]
  • "Veeskheel-Tzel" – "Ghost People"[65]
  • "Wamasu" – Jel name of a reptilian creature found in Black Marsh[15]
  • "Wasseek-haleel" – "Bright-Throats"[68]
  • "Waxhuthi" – curse word[15][69]
  • "Xal" – "Sacred"[9][56]
  • "Xeech" – "Nut, Seed"[56]
  • "Xeech'kis" – "Seed Dolls"[68]
  • "Xul" – "Death"[56]
  • "Xulomaht" – "The Deceased"[60]
  • "Xuth" – exclamation[9][15][70]

NedicEdit

  • "Sprig" – Nedic term for "fresh green twig or offshoot"[71]
  • "Tosh" – "dragon," sometimes "tiger" or "time" depending on the word's placement[72]

NordicEdit

  • "Merethic" – literally meaning "Era of the Elves"[19]
  • "Evgir unslaad" – "Season Unending" [73]
  • "Valunstrad" - "avenue of valor"[source?]

Old BreticEdit

Main article: Old Bretic

Old RedguardEdit

Main article: Yoku

"Yokudan"/Old Yokudan[74]

  • "Abah" – "filthy" or "unclean"[75]
  • "Ajcea" – a spiral down[76](Mentions Ajcea)[77]
  • "Anka-Ra" – Former warrior? Old warrior?[78]
  • "Ansei" – "Sword-Saints"[78][79]
  • "Anselim" – Equivalent of "bottoms-up" (maybe)[77]
    • "Anselim" – may also mean "stop" or "cease"[74]
  • "Ansu" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Atomos" – "The Uncuttable"[UL 5]
  • "Ayh-al-Fifrah at-Hamisam" – "be at peace"?[80]
  • "Greklith" – ?[81]
  • "Hel Shira" – Blade Noble?[78]
  • "Hira-Dirg" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Kotu" – Purifying? (Frandar Hunding)[77] "weapon" / "edge"[78]
  • "Mluo" – "cheese"[76]
  • "Netu" – "Turn"[74]
  • "Netu Hu" – "Turn Right"[74]
  • "Netu anselim" – "Turn Back"[UL 5]
  • "No Shira" – "Noble person" [79]
  • "Raga" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Ra Gada" – "Warrior Wave"[82]
  • "Selim" – "Halt"[74]
  • "Sen nung ni-Bateki tro ki-lodo" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Stros M'Kai" – "Sister of Thought"[UL 6]
  • "Shehai" – "Way of the spirit sword"[79]
  • "Sura" – Cyrus[UL 5]
  • "Surahoon" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Tro zhang-ga let" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Tobr'a" – "Useless"[83][UL 5]
  • "Tung den uta-no-mongo, Ansu-Gurleht" – ?[UL 5]
  • "Ugak-ta" – "I'm pretty mad"[UL 5]
  • "Yarbans" – A Redguard unit of measure (Frandar Hunding)[77]
  • "Yokeda" – "Leader, Lord of war"?[78]

(See also: Banthan – a dialect of this language)

OrcishEdit

Main article: Orcish (Skill)

Orcish is a language of the Orsimer peoples of Tamriel.[4] Other examples exist of its separate language, such as Sixteen Accords of Madness, Book XII.[84] [UL 5]

  • No word exists in this language for "delicacy."[85]
  • "Vosh Rakh" – "Blade of Courage"[86]

SaxhleelEdit

(See "Jel")

Ta'agraEdit

(Ta'agra)[14]

  • "Ahzirr Durrarriss" – "We Give Freely To The People"[14]
  • "Ahzirr Trajijazeri" – "We justly take by force" (Zulana)[61][UL 5]
  • "Do-sura" – The Captain[UL 5]
  • "Fusozay Var Dar" – "Kill Without Qualm"[14]
  • "Fusozay Var Var" – "Enjoy Life"[14]
  • "Krin" – Grin/smile[14]
  • "Q'zi no vano thzina ualizz." – "There are no rules"[14]
  • "Ri'sallidad" – "the dead" ("Martyrs")[14]
  • "Sa-m'Athra" – Elder cat? Senche-Lion?[87]
  • "Vaba Do'Shurh'do" – "It Is Good To Be Brave"[14]
  • "Vaba Maaszi Lhajiito" – "It Is Necessary To Run Away"[14]
  • "Ziss" – Phrase used by Khajiit. (Mazil-jo uses this)[61]
  • "Renrijra Krin – "The Mercenary's Grin"[14]
  • "gzalzi vaberzarita maaszi: – "Absurdity has become necessity.[14]
  • "ja'Khajiit" - ? [88]
  • "q'zi no vano thzina ualizz" – "When I contradict myself, I am telling the truth."[14]
  • "thjizzrini" – "Foolish Concepts" (No word for "Rules")[14]
  • "thogatt" – "charcoal warriors"[89]
  • "vaba maaszi lhajiito, do-sura" – Unknown.[UL 5]
  • "Dro-m'Athra" – Everywhere? (possible)[87]
  • "Je'm'ath" – "Moon Sugar"[90]
  • "Lilmothiit" – "One who is from Lilmoth"[91]
  • "Ja-Kha'jay" – "Lunar Lattice"[92]

Honorific titles:

  • "-do" – for one who has earned distinction on the field of battle or in personal duels as a warrior, usually applied to males but occasionally to females.[93]
  • "-dar" – a title earned by those who are both inquisitive and acquisitive, and 'nimble in fingers and wits', often applied to politicians in jest.[93](Example: Razum-dar)
  • "-jo" – an appellation for respected male physicians, scholars and mages, and at times used by those pretending to be knowledgeable or skilled.[93]
  • "-la" – a title applied to maidens who are unmarried.[93]
  • "-dra" – a title of respect awarded to a female for her wisdom and wit.[93]
  • "-ko" – a title for respected female healers, mages and sometimes for educated ancestors.[93]
  • "-dro" – a title for male elders, patriarchs and grandfathers, and at times, slow walkers.[93]
  • "-daro" – a female honorific for thieves or a skillful speaker.[93]
  • "-ma" – an honorific for a young child of either gender.[93]
  • "-ri" – a title reserved for leaders such as Kings, Speakers and Manes, sometimes may be used for male lovers.[93]
  • "-ra" – a masculine honorific for a respected leader of soldiers, trade or governance.[93]

TsaesciEdit

  • "Syffim" – "Warrior"[94]

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