Varan Dictionary

aera(noun, 1) age, era

aecor(noun 2) water, ocean (poetically)

abs(prep + abl) away from

ager(noun 1) field, farm

alam – now

ald(noun 3) ancient, old

alenir(noun 1) others (always formed plurally)

am(noun 1) the number one

amar(noun 1) friend

amarien(noun 1) friendship

amenge, amengere(verb 1) penetrate forcefully, rip, tear

antika(adjective) ancient, old

aquea(noun 2) water

armall(noun 2) garden, fertile ground

arous(noun 1) rat

artefax, artefacti(noun 1) artisan

arx, arcis(noun 2) stronghold, strong place

atva(noun 1) north

batelle(noun 1) battle

bateux(noun 3) battlefield

bel(noun 2) war

belenir(noun 3) warlike, aggressive

bolgis(noun 1) goblin, bugbear

bois(noun 1) wood/forest

boisene(adjective) wooden

cabel(noun 2) kobold

calg(noun 2) darkness

calis(adjective) black

callig(verb 1) to darken

callos(noun 2) a solid thing, something real; commonly used to refer to both the mirare and motus in spell-casting (the concretism)

calva(noun 2) skull, cerebellum

canil(noun 2) mine, tunnel

capes(noun 2) chapter, top

cassel(noun 2) castle, cognate of the Solë “cassë”

cathas(noun 1) elf

chastelle(noun 2) fortified manor-house, cognate with cassel. Also sometimes used as chastel, castel, or chatel

cress(noun 1) breakers (waves)

devergus, devergos(noun 1) dwarf

dréa(noun 1) city/town

dynas, dynaste(noun 1) duke, duchess

e(conj) and

elen(noun 1) man

elyra(noun 1) woman

ell, ellyr(verb 1) to be born

enn, ennara, eina -(verb 1) to go

ens(noun 2) sword, strength

ensirus(noun 2) spear

erch, erchus(noun 1) orc; often written ter belmaric erchir, the “war-loving orcs”

evoc, evorr(verb 1) to draw out or forward

exactor(noun 1) slaver

exac, exacor(verb 1) to enslave

fabr, fabren(verb 1) to make, to create

fev, fevre(verb 1) to burn, to be heated; thus, to be angry

flume(noun 1) river

fon(noun 2) well

fors(noun 2) fortune, luck

foug(noun 2) bracken, undergrowth

frang, franger(verb 1) to break

fur, furos(verb 1) to rage

furse(noun 2) fury, insanity

gad, yegad(verb 1) to gather

geres(noun 2) guest, stranger (from the Orthr “gestr”)

genius(noun 1) the spirit or soul that performs thought; also known as the cognitive soul. This can also refer to the “awakened genius” (ter genius excitans) of a priest who has been ordained.

grand(adjective) high

haldus(noun 1) fortress, cognate of the Orthr Haldera

har(noun 1) sight

haran, harol(verb 1) to see

haruspex, haruspecti(noun 1) oracle, future-seer

herae(conj + gen) for, because of

ilmavus(noun 1) an abstraction, an etherealism, commonly used to refer to the portion of magic that is held in the mind (the abstract pattern)

jarden/jardin(noun 1) ordered garden

kalas(adjevtive) good; substantively means “good man” or “good woman”

kevale(noun 2) stone, magic stone

kobaltus, kobalt(noun 1) kobold, ter arous kobaltir, “the rat-kobolds”

kyklos(noun 1) knowledge, circle

ithe, esse(verb) to be (regularized only in North Varan; see separate page for irregular forms)

librae(noun 1) library

libus(noun 2) book

lor, loite(verb 1) to come before

loq, loqui(verb 1) to speak

londus(noun 2) land, territory

lyrus(noun 2) gold

llywud(noun 2) gray

magnas (magnasse)(noun 1) baron, baronness

mandis(noun 1) mantle, cloak

méa(adverb) using, with the use of

mede(adjective) middle, center

menrab(noun 2) throne, seat (now specifically the throne of judgment in a Hierean temple)

mentula(noun 1) penis

mengis, mengire(verb 1) to penetrate (see also amenge, amengere)

Miles(noun 1) the city of Miles

miles, milites(noun 2) knight, knights (soldiers)

milent(adjective) red

mindal, mindan(verb 1) to grow

mindes(noun 2) tree

mir, mirave(verb 1) to breathe

miras(noun 3) breath

modos(noun 1) now

mol(noun 3) mill

mol, molave(verb 1) to mill, to grind

nor, nara- (verb 1) to learn

norendes(noun 3) learning

nos- (noun 1) knowledge, magic, lore

-on(grammatical ending) name designator; for example, Perison, the dangerous one; Furon, the raging one, etc.

patir(noun 1) group, several (always plural)

parnir(noun 1) groups, many (always plural)

peg(adv) onwards

petra(noun 1) stone

peris(noun 1) danger

pomum(noun 1) fruit

prasis(noun 1) green

prasia(adjective) green

prograr, prograris(verb 1) march, progress, walk

progrendus(adjective) marching

qual(noun 1) the number four

ram(noun 1) branch

ramas(noun 1) branching, turning

rex, reg(noun 1) king, tyrant

raber(adjective) red

rhûnir(noun 1, plural only) ruin

sa(prep + dat) without

saisir, saisan(verb 2) to understand, comprehend

sagar, sagan(verb 2) to seek

sagande(noun 1) a seeking, a quest

salix(noun 2) a willow tree

saxos(noun 1) a stone

schisma(noun 1) a split, a schism, a fork

schisme, schismare- (verb 1) to split, to schism

scol, scolar(verb 1) to shield

scolos(noun 1) a shield

socio, socia(noun 1) count, countess

siége(noun 1) seat, center

sindes(noun 2) silver

specas(noun 1) future (note, shortens to spex in compounds, thus haruspex, ‘future seer’, ‘oracle’)

spurco, spurcare(verb 1) to defile, to pollute, the make evil

stagnas(noun 1) swamp, standing water

syngva(noun 1) song (from elvish)

tallën(noun 1) bravery

thegarus(noun 2) barbarian, outsider

thyr(noun 1) a place, a people (as in a kingdom)

tohrin(noun 1) holy text, holy book

touren(noun 2) tower

tuntur(noun 2) hill

tergus(noun 1) ridge, cliff

undus(noun 1) wave

vaelor(noun 1) traveler

vat, vatis(verb, 1) to go

vaulx(noun 2) valley, (hence ter vaulxillír, the vales)

vaulxill(noun 2) vale, diminutive of vaulx.

ver, vert(adjective) lush, full of greenery

via(noun 1) road, way

vul(adjective) white

vulir(noun 2) whiteness

yelas(noun 2) garden (enclosed land)

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