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A

a (adj.) — o

able (adj.) – folyt

about (adv. & prep.) — tiel

account (n.) — norvenne

acid (n.) — ghar

across (prep.) — gaen

act (v.) – bunok

addition (n.) – einto

adjustment (n.) – faerstin

after (adv., prep. & conj.) — widon

again (adv.) — nye

against (prep.) – bat

agony (n.) – dha

agreement (n.) – o’vin

air (n.) — raia

all (n.) – aes

all-powerful, the (n.) – ghraem

almost (adv.) — sast

always (adv.) – hei

am (v.) – misain (insistent; emphatic)

am no(t) (v. neg.) – isainde (insistent; emphatic)

among (prep.) — tom

amount (n.) – abakran

amusement (n.) — seel

and (conj.) – e

angle (n.) — lato

angry (adj.) – cavastu

anguish (n.) – dha

animal (n.) — ubunto

annihilation (n.) – bhan

anniversary marriage celebration (Saldaean) (n.) – shanna’har

another (adj.) — sovya

answer (n.) – conagh

ant (n.) — pizar

anxiety (n.) cuande (stress-induced condition experienced as chest pains)

any (pron., adj. & adv.) – shak

any other (adj.) — sovya

apparatus (n.) – jobei

apple (n.) – melimo

approval (n.) – modan

arch (n.) – onadh

argument (n.) — zheshi

arm (n.) – bazam

army (n.) – dumki

arrow (n.) – vasen

arrow of time (n.) – vasen’cierto

art (n.) – beatha

as (adv.) — sene

ask (v.) – devor

asked, what was (rel. pron.) – devoriska

at (prep.) — thaz

attack (n.) – baijan

attempt (n. & v.) – gomaen

attention (n.) — sahlan

attraction (n.) amotath

aunt (n.) — shaendi

authority (n.) — rahtsi

automatic (adj.) – n’baid

awake (adj.) – aagret

B

baby (n.) – bopo

back (n., adj. & adv.) — rakh

bad (adj.) – begoud

bag (n.) — sich

balance (n.) — rieht

ball (n.) – dhub

band (v.) – samid

band/brotherhood/group (n.) – shen

Band of the Red Hand (n.) – Shen an Calhar

banner, small (n.) – con

bar/barrier (n.) — vadin

base (n.) – nupar (as in bottom or support)

basin (n.) – dal

basket (n.) — vhool

bath (n.) – badan

battle (n., v. & adj.) – dai; gai (n.)

battle, key (n.) – gai’don (one that will decide the war)

battle blood (n.) – daishar (meaning, glory)

battle, brother to/of (n.) – gaidin (Aes Sedai word for Warders)

Battle Lord (n.) – Dai Shan (title for Lan)

battle person (n.) – algai

battle-related (adj.) – dhai

battle, those sworn to peace in (n.) – gai’shain (Aiel term)

beautiful (adj.) – n’am

beauty, female ideal of (n.) – boan

beauty, male ideal of (n.) – botay

because (conj.) — po

bed (n.) – desu

bee (n.) — souk

beet (n.) — birok

before (conj., prep. & adj.) – ailen

behavior (n.) — soovri

beldam (n.) – drova

beldam (possessive) — drovja

belief (n.) – astai

bell (n.) — kloye

belonging to (prep.) — d (implied ownership or inferior position)

beloved (adj.) – lan

bent (adj.) — slagh

berry (n.) — rimbai

betray (v.) – ishar

betrayal (n.) — ishavid

betrayer (n.) – isham

betrayer of hope (n.) – ishamael (name of a Forsaken)

between (adv. & prep.) — scrup

bird (n.) – kriko

birth (n.) — syndon

bit (past tense) (v.) – roedane

bite (v.) — roedna

bitter (adj.) – chaki

black (n. & adj.) – doon

Black Eyes (n.) – Seia Doon (Aiel warrior society)

Black Wind (n.) – Machin Shin (literally, ‘journey of destruction’)

blade (n.) – mandarb (name of Lan’s stallion); manshima

blade, related to (adj.) – man

blade, small (n.) – nai (knife-like)

blinder (n.) – samma

blood/bloodline (meaning descent or heritage) (n.) – shar (pl. is shari)

blood of battles (n.) – daishar (meaning, glory)

blow (v.) — khoop

blue (n. & adj.) – ascar; –era (suffix)

blue-eye (n.) – seiera (a flower in Baerlon; name of Min’s mare)

boar-horse (n.) – s’redit (used by Seanchan)

boar-like animal (n.) – capar (from Aiel Waste)

board (n.) – kontar

boat (n.) — nausig

body (n.) – chinnar

boiling (adj.) – merwon

bollocks (interjection) – tsag (obsenity uttered by Sammael)

bone (n.) —khadi

book (n.) — blagh

boot(s) (n.) – poulam

bottle (n.) — tsatsi

bowl (n.) — dal

box(es) (n.) – bah(a)

boy (n.) — yuntar

brain (n.) – sysyn

brake (n. & v.) – tsinas

branch (n.) — warat

brass (n.) — farhota

bread (n.) – bachri

breath (n.) – chati

brick (n.) — yedcost

bridge (n.) — spotsu

bright (adj.) — sheikar

bringers of (n.) — sheen

Bringers of Annihilation (n.) – Bhan’sheen (a Trolloc band)

broken (adj.) — yugol

brother (n.) – alantin; din (singular and plural)

Brothers of the Eagle (n.) – Far Aldazar Din (an Aiel warrior society)

brother to/of battle (n.) – gaidin (Aes Sedai word for Warders)

Brotherhood (n.) – Ko’bal (a Trolloc band; literally, circle of one)

brotherhood/band/group (n.) — shen

Brotherless, the (n.) – Mera’din (used by Aiel)

brown (n. & adj.) – deebo

brush (n.) — jhabal

Brutes of Venom (n.) – Ghar’ghael (a Trolloc band)

bucket (n.) – hutsah

builders (n.) – wansho (Shienaran term for the Ogier)

building (n.) – bhardo

building material (n.) – cueran (from Age of Legends)

bulb (n.) — tumerest

burn (n. & v.) — jalat

burst (v.) – doozhi

business (n.) — pantae

but (conj.) — no

butter (n.) – maspil

button (n.) — sobel

by (adv. & prep.) – dyu

C

cabbage (n.) — soudhov

cake (n.) — qaato

call (v.) – aven

canvas (n.) – azafi

card (n.) — wuseta

care (v.) – dinya

carriage (n.) — yeel

carry (v.) — soende

cart (n.) – kuruta

cat (n.) — miou

cause (v.) — hadzi

cavalry (n.) – caba’drin

certain (adj.) — zialin

chain (n.) – ketvar

chalk (n.) — vezo

chamberlain (male) (n.) – shambayan (Borderlands term)

chance (n.) – dane; variant is diane

change (v.) – gadou

chatalaine (female) (n.) – shatayan (Borderlands term)

cheap (adj.) — yaso

cheese (n.) – brynza

chest (n.) — gozai

chief (n.) – car

chief of chiefs (n.) – car’a’carn (capitalized when Aiel use the title for Dragon Reborn)

chiefs (n.) – carn

chin (n.) – ghazh

chopsticks (n.) – sursa (used in Tanchico)

chora tree (n.) – Avendesora; Avendoraldera is an offshoot found outside the Waste

Chosen Ones (n.) – Da’concion (Seanchan term)

circle (n.) – bal

Circle of One (n.) – Ko’bal (a Trolloc band; meaning, brotherhood)

civilization (n.) – aes

claw (n.) – cha

claw (v.) – chalot

clean (adj.) – tahni

clear (adj.) — udiya

clock (n.) — dali

cloth (n.) – cadi

clothes (n.) – cadin

clothes, working (n.) – cadin’sor (worn by Aiel)

cloud(s) (n.) — dhakdi

coal (n.) – borz

coat (n.) — thorat

coffee (n.) – kaf (from Seanchan)

cold (n. & adj.) — zanda

collar (n.) — potsa

color (n.) – keymar

comb (n.) — shodet

come (do come) (v.) – ca’lyet; lyet

comfort (n.) – holubi

committee (n.) — yabedin

common (adj.) — yabbeth

company (n.) – bhadi

comparison (n.) – ohimat

competition (n.) – yaanaho

complete (v.) — zaffi

complex (adj.) – dae

complex game (n.) – dae’mar

concubine (n.) – asa (in Seanchan)

condition (n.) – shaff

connection (n.) — wabunen

conscious (adj.) – bighar

container (n.) – cour

control (v.) – mat

cook (n.) – rennen

cook (v.) – renni

copper (n. & adj.) – staba

copy (n.) — toulat

cord (n.) – dao

cork (n.) – fringfran

corn (n.) – zemai (from Aiel Waste)

cotton (n. & adj.) – algode (plant fiber from Aiel Waste)

cough (v.) – anouge

country (n.) – nyala

cover (v.) — wapro

cow (n.) – dudhi

coward, base or low (n. & adj.) — parano

crack (v.) – bairnu

credit (n.) – cheghar

crime (n.) – daarlot

cruel (adj.) — vrang

crush (v.) — maromi

cry (v.) — gheuth

cup (n.) — fintan

current, as in a river (n.) – ahenila

curtain (n.) – arahar

curve (v.) – ghal

cushion (n.) – nahodil

cut (v.) – nob

cutter (n.) — nor

D

dagger (n.) – gar; nai

daisy (n.) – mageen

damage (v.) — yohini

dance, type of (n.) – tiganza (Tinker dance); sara (Saldaean dance performed by women)

dancer(s) (n.) – hama (implies stately grace and fluidity)

dancer from Age of Legends (n.) – daien

danger (n.) – orobar

dark (as in pitch-darkness; indication of evil or wrong) (n. & adj.) — shaidar

dark, very (n. & adj.) – doon

Dark One (name) (n.) – Shai’tan

Darkfriend (n.) – Atha’an Shadar (literally, Darkfriend)

darkness, total (n.) — zamon

daughter (n.) – la

daughter of the night (n.) – lanfear (name of a Forsaken)

dawn (n.) – rahien

Dawn Runners (n.) – Rahien Sorei (Aiel warrior society)

day (n.) — nag

dead, the (n.) — ayend

dear (adj.) – aada

death (adj.) – mordero

debt (n.) – potadi

decision (n.) — watari

dedicated (n. & adj.) – aiel

deep (adj.) – nush

degree (n.) — zarin

delicate (adj.) – binti

dependent (adj.) — diband

derived from (suffix) – dera

design (n.) — hienisus

desire (v.) — belo

desire to have (n.) – be’lal (the Envious, name of a Forsaken)\

despised (adj.) — tsang

despised one (n.) – da’tsang (used by Aiel)

destined (adj.) – maral

destroyer (n.) – samma

destroyer of hope (n.) – sammael (name of a Forsaken)

destruction (n.) – machin

detail (n.) — platto

determined (adj.) – cierto

devastation (n.) – knotai

development (n.) — kramayage

devoted one (n.) – ba’asa

dice (n.) – dovie’andi

different (adj.) – shitak

digestion (n.) – taberan

direction (n.) — topito

dirty (adj.) — mitris

discovery (n.) – kaarash

discussion (n.) –korero

disease (n.) — spillon

disgust (n.) – agaroum

distance (n.) – beratam

distribution (n.) – nemhage

division (n.) — uldatein

do (v. aux.) – ca (used as an intenfier; e.g., “I do come”)

dog (n.) – shae

dogs (n.) – shae’en

Doom Pit (n.) – Shayol Ghul

door (n.) — obanda

doubt (n.) – bhuk

down (adj., adv. & prep.) – moro

downcast (adj.) — mosiev

dragon (n.) – aman (capitalized to mean the Dragon)

drain (v.) — vraak

drawer (n.) — olghan

dream (n.) – hou’dabor

dress (n.) — sleesh

drink (v.) — probita

drive (v.) – manive

driving (n. & adj.) – manivin

drop (v.) — rumpo

dry (adj.) – khust

dust (n.) — yekko

duty (n.) – toh (used by the Aiel)

E

eagle(s) (n.) – aldazar

ear (n.) – habish

early (adj.) – spondat

earth (n.) — zhoub

east (n., adj. & adv.) – hochin

edge (n.) — yamar

education (n.) — sunatien

effect (n.) – ptash

egg (n.) — urkros

eight (adj.) – minyat (material objects); minye (immaterial things)

elastic (adj.) — zahert

emotion (n.) – kanjo

Empress (n.) – Sh’boan (Sharan term)

Empress’ consort (n.) – Sh’botay (Sharan term)

end (v.) — velu

enduring (adj.) – cierto

enemy (n.) — indemela

engine (n.) – chicaba

enough (n., adj. & adv.) – purtah

entity (n.) — so

Envious, the (n.) – Be’lal (name of a Forsaken; literally, desire to have)

equal (n., adj. & v.) — perit

equivalent value (n.) — carentin

eradication (n.) – bhan

error (n.) — zyntam

essence (n.) – balt

essence of youth (n.) – balthamel (name of a Forsaken)

even (adj.) – glasti

event (n.) — whandin

ever (adv.) – aend

everyone (n.) – aes

exaltation (n.) – jhin

example (n.) — sidhat

exchange (v.) – feiro

existence (n.) – humat

expansion (n.) – pedalen

experience (n.) – proyago

expert (n. & adj.) — yalait

exquisite (adj.) – jheda (name of the royal palace of Ghealdan)

eye(s) (n.) – seia (becomes sei when used in combined forms)

Eye Blinders (n.) – Samma N’Sei

eyes, (of) lowered or downcast (adj.) – sei’mosiev (Seanchan term indicating loss of face or honor)

eyes, (of) straight or level (adj.) – sei’taer (Seanchan term indicating having or gaining face)

F

face (n.) – cheta

fact (n.) – papp

fade (v.) — vyen

falcon (n.) — faile

Falcon’s Talon, the (n.) – Cha Faile (name taken by Faile’s followers)

fall (v.) – lendha

false (adj.) – suzain

family (n.) — weladhi

far (adj. & adv.) — totah

farm (n.) — jemena

fat (adj.) – boko

father (n.) – dada

father(s)/sire(s) (n.) – vol (specific to a male who has used brutal means, i.e., a rapist)

father of ranges (n.) – dadaranell (from ancient name for Fal Dara)

favor (v.) — taishite

fear (n.) – daghain

feather (n.) — velin

feeble (adj.) – gubbel

feeling (n.) – kutya

fertile (adj.) — whado

fiction (n.) – istor

field (n.) — vlagh

fight (v.) — alget

fighter (n.) – algai

final (adj.) — tarmon

finder (n.) – jeade

finger (n.) — ungost

fire (n.) — nabir

first (n., adj. & adv.) — koyn

first lover (n.) – carneira (Malkieri)

fish (n.) — mastri

five (n. & adj.) – choryat (material objects); chorye (immaterial things)

fix (v.) – ursta

fixed (adj.) — urstae

flag (n.) – laero

flame (n.) — naito

Flame and the Void, the (n.) – ko’di (a meditative state)

flat (adj.) – dzigal

flight (n.) — vavaya

floor (n.) — boesin

flower (n.) – bijoun

fly (v.) – raf

fold (v.) — viliso

folk (n.) – atha’an (nationhood implied)

food (n.) — werstom

foolbox (n.) – nar’baha (traveling boxes used by Sammael)

foolish (adj.) — narfa

foot/on foot/afoot (n., adj. & adv.) – muad

footmen (n.) – muad’drin

for (prep.) — ni

for the (prep.) – al; an

force (n.) — nadula

forerunners (n.) – hailene (Seanchan term)

forgiveness (n.) – hessa

fork (n.) — kashen

form (n.) – bideli

forthright (adj.) — taer

forward (direction) (adv.) – dar; los (n., adj. & adv.)

four (adj.) – otyat (material objects); otye (immaterial things)

fowl (n.) – ayashiel

frame (n.) — lamena

free (v.) – ayende

free man (n.) – caballein

free(dom) (n. & adj.) — raha

frequent (adj.) — moodi

friend (n.) – amela

from (prep.) – der

from, derived (suffix) — dera

front (n. & adj.) – beulin

full (adj.) — nahobo

future (n. & adj.) – mamai

G

game (n.) — mar

Game of Houses (n.) – Daes Dae’mar

garden (n.) – ferster

general (n.) – kelindun (military rank)

get (v.) — tana

girl (n.) – inda

give (v.) – nolve

give, you (v.) – ma

given, is (v.) – nolvae

glass (n.) — vartan

glory (n.) – daishar; kiserai

Glory of All (n.) – Aesdaishar (name of palace in Chachin)

glove (n.) — swabel

go (v.) – jalou

goat (n.) — ozela

gold(en) (n. & adj.) — cair

gold(en), the (adj.) – al’cair

Golden Bowl, the (n.) – Al’Cair Dal (canyon in the Aiel Waste)

Gold(en) Dawn Hill (n.) – Al’Cair’Rhaienallen (ancient name for Cairhien)

golden eyes (n.) – sei’cair (Aiel title for Perrin)

good (adj.) – uiwa

government (n.) — vlafael

grain (n.) – kazka

grass (n.) — zurye

grave (n.) – moridin (name of a Forsaken, the word referring to death)

gray (adj.) — tezra

great (adj.) – dae

Great Game, The (n.) – Daes Dae’mar

green (n. & adj.) – drosin

grip (v.) – duente

group/band/brotherhood (n.) – shen

growth (n.) — suchan

grub (n.) – motai (a specific sweet, crunchy grub found in the Aiel Waste)

guard (prefix) – ashan

guard (n.) – valdar

guard (v.) — valon

guard of the blade (n.) – asha’man

guard sword (n.) – ashandarei (Birgitte’s name for Mat’s sword)

guide (n. & v.) — ranzak

H

hag (n.) – drova

hag (possessive) – drovja

hair (n.) — vokosh

hair cord (n.) – daori (cut by Malkieri’s carneira and woven into a cord)

hammer (n.) — marcador

hand (n.) – har(an)

Hand of the Dark (n.) – Shaidar Haran (name of an “extreme” Myrddraal)

hands (n.) – sovin (if unmodified, “hands that are open and empty”)

hanging (n. & adj.) – wafal

happy (adj.) — zanzi

harbor (n.) — calazar

hard (adj.) — batthien

harmony (n.) – aris

Harvesters of Souls (n.) – Ghob’hlin (a Trolloc band)

hat (n.) — tarbun

hate (n.) — nirdayn

have (v.) – lal

he (pron.) — sin

he who soars (n.) – mah’alleinir (name of Perrin’s Power-wrought sword)

head (n.) — tiest

headband, Malkieri (n.) – hadori

health (n.) – shuk

healthy (adj.) — shukri

hearing (n.) — bhashan

heart (n.) – balt; corda (as in, the heart of things); cuendar (can also be adj.)

Heart Guard, the (n.) – Valdar Cuebeyari (Heart refers to the Nation/People/Land)

heart, my (n.) – cuebiyar (when capitalized, it refers to heart of a nation/people/ruler)

Heart of the Dark (n.) – Ba’alzamon (another name for the Forsaken Ishamael)

Heart of the People (n.) – Cordamora (the palace in Maradon)

heartstone (n.) – cuendillar

heat (n.) – jalid

help (v.) — spiat

herd (n.) – for

here (n. & adv.) – kodome

high (adj.) — mund

hill (n.) – allen

history (n.) – khalig

hold (v.) – sul; duente

hole (n.) — ghul

hollow (adj.) – ghow

Homecomers (n.) – Rhyagelle (Seanchan term)

honor (n.) – carai (can be used in the sense of “for the honor”); ji; kiserai

honor (n. & v.) — tsingu

honor and obligation (n.) – ji’e’toh (used by Aiel)

honorable one (n.) – kiseran (Siuan addressed Loial in this manner)

hook (n.) — zhoh

hope (n.) – mael

horn (n.) — purvene

horror (n.) — dhjin

horse (n.) – caba

horse to ride (n.) – caba’donde

horseman (n.) – caba’drin; caballein

hospital (n.) — ospouin

hour (n.) – baroc

house (n.) — shaek

how (adv.) – bak

humor (n.) — salidien

hundred (n. & adj.) – deshi (meaning one hundred)

hundreds (suffix) – deshi (denotes the quantitative place value)

I

I (pron.) – ye (sometimes used as an exclamatory fragment)

ice (n.) — youst

idea (n.) – prasta

if (conj.) — sob

ill (adj.) – bokhen

important (adj.) – matuet

impulse (n.) – obram

in (adv. & prep.) – sa

increase (v.) — whakatu

individual (n.) – da (either gender)

industry (n.) — santhal

infantry(men) (n.) – muad’drin

ink (n.) — veel

inn (n.) – melaz

insect (n.) – tanilji

instrument (n.) — tatatoun

insurance (n.) — straviant

interest (n.) — dibbuk

intricate (adj.) – dae

intricate game (n.) – dae’mar

invention (n.) – havokiz

iron (n. & adj.) — shiatar

is (v.) – ain; ga; isain (a form of ‘to be’); sain

is no(t) (v. neg.) – isainde (insistent; emphatic)

island (n.) — chanukar

it (pron.) – aso

it(self) (pron.) — se

J

jewel (n.) – keisa

jewelry (n.) – kesiera (worn on forehead, as did Moiraine); ki’sain (Malkieri woman’s forehead adornment)

join (v.) – heatsu

journey (n.) — shin

Journey of Destruction (n.) – Machin Shin (aka Black Wind)

judge (n. & v.) — vodish

jump (v.) – shao

K

keep (v.) — tyaku

kennel (n.) — rainn

kettle (n.) — jalbouk

key (n.) – allwair

kick (v.) – kathana

kind (adj.) — yappa

kiss (n. & v.) – brith

kitchen (n.) – rensal

knee (n.) — shost

knife (n.) – nai

Knife Hands (n.) – Sovin Nai (Aiel warrior society)

knot (n. & v.) – buido

knowledge (n.) — sanasant

L

lacking (prep.) — mera

land (n.) – dhol

land, a (n.) – rhiod

land of harmony (n.) – aridhol (a city of the Second Convenant)

language (n.) — domorakoshi

last (n. & adj.) – cyn; tarmon (adj.)

Last Battle, the (n.) – Tarmon Gai’don (not italicized because of everyday usage)

last chance (n.) – cyndane (name given to reincarnated Lanfear)

late (adj. & adv.) — unyat

laugh (v.) – kuthli

law (n.) — vidhel

lead (v.) – hael

leader (n.) – m’hael (if capitalized, implies ‘Supreme Leader’, per Taim)

Leader of the Attack (n.) – Baijan’m’hael

learning (n.) — koanto

leash (n.) – a’dam (used by Seanchan); dam

leash holder (n.) – sul’dam (Seanchan term)

leashed (n.) – damane (used by Seanchan to mean leashed one)

leather (n.) — parikesh

left-hand or left-side (adj.) – osan

left-hand dagger (n.) – osan’gar (name of a Forsaken)

leg (n.) — uvaal

lessons (n.) — mestani

lessons, teacher of (n.) – mesaana (name of a Forsaken)

let (v.) — youna

lethal weapon (n.) — gar

letter (n.) – brett

level (adj.) — taer

library (n.) – sa’blagh

lies (n.) – ansoen

life (n.) — sora

lift (v.) — padgi

light (n.) – dival

like (v. & adv.) – sene

limit (n.) – ghleb

line (n.) – pinikar

linen (n. & adj.) — shaval

lip (n.) — kadu

liquid (adj.) – budhvai

list (n.) – kikola

little (adj.) — min

living (n. & adj.) — airach

living organism (n.) – agit

lizard (n.) – gara (a specific, poisonous creature from Aiel Waste)

lock (n.) – clomak

long (adj) — laada

look (v.) – gouql

loose (adj.) — woudem

lord (n.) – shan

Lord of Glory (n.) – Tai’daishar (literally, True Glory or True Blood of Battle; name of Rand’s horse)

loss (n.) — thorain

lost (adj.) — niende

loud (adj.) – mad

loud noise (n.) – sha’mad (thunder)

love (n. & v.) – mashi

love, my (n.) – mashiara (a hopeless love, maybe already lost)

lover, first (n.) – carneira (Malkieri)

low (adj.) – mosai

lower (adj.) — szere

lower (v.) – mosiel

lowered (adj.) — mosiev

luck (n.) — dovienya

M

machine (n.) — worshi

made, is (v.) – gemarisae

maiden(s) (n.) — mai

Maidens of the Spear (n.) – Far Dareis Mai (an Aiel warrior society)

maize (n.) – zemai (from Aiel Waste)

majesty (n.) – deyeniye

make (v.) – gemarise; tasu

man (n.) – allein; drin (sing. & plur.); sin

manage (v.) — rabat

manure (n.) – choss (excrement hauled away on farms)

many (adj. suffix) — es

many people (n.) – daes

map (n.) – procol

mark (n.) – rouyte

market (n.) — zladtar

married (adj.) – cassort

mass (v.) — pentor

master (n. prefix) – der (Seanchan prefix to denote master of some craft)

match (v.) — wanda

material (n.) – loftan

may (v.) — punia

me (pron.) – mia; no

Me, One Who Owns (n.) – Mia’cova (term used by Moghedien, after the mindtrap)

meal (n.) — witapa

measure (n. & v.) – gheym

meat (n.) – muaghde

medical (adj.) — restar

meeting (n.) – lashite

memory/memories (n.) – loviyaga/loviyagae

metal (n.) – caledon

middle (n. & adj.) — mist

mighty, the (n.) – ghraem

military (n. & adj.) – lennito

milk (n.) – mokol

mind (n.) – souvra

mind, my own (comb.) — souvraya

mindtrap (n.) – cour’souvra (used on the Forsaken)

mine (poss. pron.) — raya

minute (n.) – glimp

mist (n.) — neb

mixed (adj.) — komad

mobility, indication of (prep.) — far

money (n.) – dhalen

monkey (n.) – lindhi

month (n.) — nakhino

moon (n.) – bumma

morning (n.) — morasu

mother (n.) — mamu

motion (n.) — lakevan

mountain(s) (n. & adj.) — dore

mountains, of/from the (adj.) – n’dore

Mountain Dancers (n.) – Hama N’dore (Aiel warrior society)

Mountain Home (n.) – Manetheren (one of the Ten Nations)

mountain range(s) (n.) — ranell

mouth (n.) – mafal

move (v.) — vakar

much (adj. & adv.) — plean

muscle (n.) – hathi

mushroom(s) (n.) — mourets

music (n.) – asmodi

musician (n.) – asmodean (name of a Forsaken)

my (poss. pron.) – mi

my own (poss. pron.) — raya

My Owner (n.) – Mia’cova (Moghedien, after the mindtrap)

myself (pron.) — mia

N

nail (n.) – hakhel

name (n. & v.) – yalu

narrow (adj.) — zengar

natural (adj.) – dyani

near (adj., adv. & prep.) — ragha

necessary (adj.) – maast

necessity (n.) — mestrak

neck (n.) – liede

need (n.) — zeltain

needle, type of (n.) – conje (mentioned by Sammael)

nephew (n.) – finin

nerve (n.) — wagg

net (n.) — upendar

never (adv.) — sind

new (adj.) — neidu

news (n.) – canant

niece (n.) — qinar

night (n.) – anfear; cor; fear

Night Spears (n.) – Cor Darei (Aiel warrior society)

nine (n. & adj.) – navyat (material objects); navye (immaterial things)

no (n. & adv.) – inde (a general negation)

noise (n.) — sha

none (pron.) — pas

normal (adj.) — gidhi

north (n., adj. & adv.) — torreale

nose (n.) — nothru

not (n. & adv.) – inde (a general negation)

note (n.) – dahid

now (n. & adv.) — waji

number (n.) — punta

nut (n.) – doti

O

oath (n.) – gurupat

obligation (n.) – toh (used by the Aiel)

obscenity, an (adj.) – kjasic (spoken by Sammael)

observation (n.) – lahdin

obstinate (adj.) — seren

ocean (n.) — miere

of (prep.) – a; an; d (implied ownership or inferior position); far

of the (prep.) – al; an

of the fallen/dead (prep.) – ayend’an

of the power to channel (n.) – angreal (device that enhances the power to channel)

of the power to channel (limited or specific application) (n.) – ter’angreal

of the power to channel (superlative) (n.) – sa’angreal

off (prep.) — wek

offer (v.) – homa

office (n.) — mystvo

oil (n.) – hoba

old (adj.) – caisen

on (prep.) — ost

one (n. & adj.) – aan (masc.); da (either gender)

one (numerical adj.) – koyat (material objects); koye (immaterial things)

One Man (n.) – Aan’allein (Aiel term for Lan)

one who must be leashed (n.) – marath’damane (Seanchan word)

One Who Owns Me (n.) – Mia’cova (used by Moghedien, after the mindtrap)

one who twists a blade (n.) – demandred (name of a Forsaken)

Oneness, the (n.) – ko’di (a meditative state)

only (adj. & adv.) — noup

only true (adj. & adv.) – jenn (implying the others are fake)

open (adj.) – ortu

operation (n.) — paathala

opinion (n.) – haar

opposite (n., adj. & prep.) — vyropat

or (conj.) — ob

order (n.) – kasaar

organization (n.) — vyashak

ornament (n.) – casgard

our (poss. pron.) – fel

out (adv. & prep.) – keesh

oven (n.) — roban

over (prep.) — do

owned (n. & adj.) – covale (Seanchan term for slave)

owner (n.) – cova

P

page (n.) — leagh

paid, is (past part.) – dalae

pain (n.) – mirhage (or the promise or expectation of pain)

pain, the promise or embodiment of (n.) – semirhage (name of a Forsaken)

paint (v.) – mahrba

pants (n.) – olesti

paper (n.) — pepa

parallel (adj.) – naparet

parcel (n.) — zemliat

part (n.) — hafi

pass (v.) – allende (as passing through or by, not handing something over)

pass (n.) – mafal

Pass At the Father of Mountain Ranges (n.) – Mafal Dadaranell (ancient name of Fal Dara)

past (n. & adj.) – culieb

paste (n.) – hasta

Pattern, those who alter or are tied to (n.) – ta’veren (those who cause the fabric of the Pattern to bend around them)

Pattern-related (n.) — ta

pay (v.) – dale

payment (n.) – peast

peace (n.) – shain; suravye

peach (n.) — pierskoe

pen (n.) — perol

pencil (n.) — olivem

people (n.) – atha’an (nationhood implied)

people, the (n.) — mora

People Dedicated to Peace (n.) – Da’shain (an Aiel term)

People of the Ocean or Waves (n.) – Atha’an Miere (Sea Folk)

People of the Shadow (n.) – Atha’an Shadar (Darkfriend)

person (n.) – atha; da (either gender)

physical (adj.) — yaati

picture (n.) – dabor

piece, a small (n.) — rhub

pig (n.) — orcel

pig, tusked water (n.) – nedar (type of pig found in the Drowned Lands)

pin (n.) – killo

pipe (n.) — zalabadh

pit (n.) — ghul

place (n.) – fonnai

place of waiting (n.) – logoth

plane (n.) — undacar

plant (n.) – gobhat

plate (n.) — tippat

play (v.) – buggel

please (v.) – graedo

pleasure (n.) – graen

plow (n. & v.) – orichu

pocket (n.) — viboin

point (n.) – tunga

poison (n.) — zintabar

polish (v.) — evierto

political (adj.) – dekhar

poor (n. & adj.) — olma

population, a (n.) – mora

porter (n.) — wahati

position (n.) — obiyar

possible (adj.) – mozhlit

pot (n.) — wixi

potato (n.) – patomi

powder (n.) — zipan

power to channel, the (n.) – greal

Power, the (female side) (n.) – saidar

Power, the (male side) (n.) — saidin

prepare (insistent) (v.) — rhadiem

present (n. & adj.) — platip

price (n.) – ciyat

print (v.) — orvieda

prison (n.) — nayabo

private (adj.) — mukhrat

prized (adj.) — lan

Prized of the Mighty (n.) – Ghraem’lan (a Trolloc band)

probable (adj.) — tebout

process (n.) — prashat

produce (n.) — nodavat

profit (v.) – gashi

promise (n.) – o’vin; vin

promise of freedom (n.) – rahvin (name of a Forsaken)

property (n. & adj.) – covale (Seanchan term for slave)

prose (n.) – chatkar

protest (v.) – pastien

pull (v.) — tirast

pump (v.) – harvo

punishment (n.) — karagaeth

purpose (n.) — ghani

push (v.) – druna

put (v.) – komo

Q

quality (n.) — shaani

quarrymen, a country with (n.) – s’Gandin (a place from Age of Legends mentioned by Brigitte)

question (v.) – feist

quick (adj.) — kakamo

quiet (adj.) – bebak

quite (adv.) – koult

R

radiance (n.) — sidama

rail (n.) – griest

rain (n. & v.) – ombrede

rat (n.) – soetam (large species found in the Drowned Lands); sorda (species found in the Aiel Waste)

rate (n.) – chegham

ray (n.) — varma

reaction (n.) — mawaith

reading (n.) – jaahni

ready (adj.) – tashi

reason (n.) – taskel

receipt (n.) — velach

record (n.) — tefara

red (n. & adj.) – cal; dor

red eagle (n.) – al caldazar; caldazar

red hand (n.) — calhar

Red Shields (n.) – Aethan Dor (an Aiel warrior society)

regret (n. & v.) — whudra

regular (adj.) – pravilam

relation (n.) — rodinat

release (v.) – ayende

representative (n.) — xurzan

request (v.) — saizo

resolute (adj.) – cierto

respect (n.) — tyagani

responsible (adj.) – hodifo

rest (v.) — yasipa

Return, The (n.) – Corenne (Seanchan concept)

reward (n.) — labani

rhythm (n.) – bodong

rice (n.) — rhaul

ride (v.) – donde (or, riding-related)

right-hand or right-side (adj.) – aran

right-hand dagger (n.) – aran’gar (name of a reborn Forsaken)

ring (n.) – onguli

road (n.) — rastra

rod (n.) – kelet

roll (v.) — tovya

roof (n.) – chelan

room (n.) — zemya

root (n.) — balt

rose (n.) – ande

Rose of the Sun, the (n.) – Ellisande (what the last queen of Manetheren, Eldrene, was called)

rough (adj.) — xazzi

round (adj.) – rulli

rub (v.) — terta

ruin (n.) – knotai

rule (n. & v.) — vastri

run (v.) – sorbe

runner(s) (n.) — sorei

S

sad (adj.) – fada

safe (adj.) — tumasen

sail (v.) – fakha

salt (n.) — zela

same (pron., adj. & adv.) – qaiset

sand (n.) — xentro

say (v.) — kazath

scale (n.) — cloriol

school (n.) – arkati

science (n.) – nachna

scissors (n.) — pashren

screw (v.) – bhoot

scythe, related to (adj.) — mon

Scythes of Devastation (n.) Kno’mon (a Trolloc band)

Scythes of War (n.) – Dhai’mon (a Trolloc band)

seat (n.) – banta

second (n. & adj.) – dvoyn

secret (n. & adj.) — tongel

secretary (n.) — odik

see (v.) – darshi

seed (n.) — vetan

seeker/seekers (n.) – mahdi/ mahdi’in (used for leader of Tuatha’an caravan)

seeking man of the stars (n.) – mah’alleinir (literal translation; name of Perrin’s Power-wrought hammer)

seem (v.) — umeil

selection (n.) — tipakati

self (n. & adj.) – baid

send (v.) – heinst

sense (n.) — vaakaja

separate (adj.) — roscher

serious (adj.) – darm

servant(s) (n.) — sedai

Servants of All (n.) – Aes Sedai

seven (adj.) – sukyat (material objects); sukye (immaterial things)

sex (n.) — sterpan

shade (n.) – dhamel

shadow (n.) – shadar

Shadow, Cutter (or Slicer) of the Shadow (n.) – Shadar Nor (name given to Latra Posae)

Shadow’s Waiting/Where the Shadow Waits (n.) – Shadar Logoth (name of the city Aridhol that became tainted with evil)

shake (v.) — raqit

shame (n.) – mikra

sharp (adj.) — xelt

she (pron.) – sar

she/the woman who is dedicated (n.) – shaiel (Tigraine’s Aiel name)

sheep (n.) — varkol

shelf (n.) — polov

shield(s) (n.) – aethan

ship (n.) — wakaput

shirt (n.) – galamok

shock (n.) — vream

shoe (n.) – kesool

short (adj.) — toopan

shut (v. & adj.) — chukhar

sick (adj.) – bokhen

side (n.) — xeust

sign (n.) — wishti

silk (n.) – qamir

silver (n. & adj.) – torian

simple (adj.) — wadlian

Sires of Agony (n.) – Dha’vol (a Trolloc band)

sister (n.) – dar

six (adj.) – panyat (material objects); panye (immaterial things)

size (n.) – katien

skin (n.) — timari

skinny (adj.) — poldar

skirt (n.) – caili

sky (n.) — oghri

slave (n.) – da’covale (Seanchan term; preferred form is covale, for property)

sleep (v.) – houma

slicer (n.) — nor

slicer of the living (n.) – aginor (a Forsaken)

slip (v.) — uttat

slope (n.) — ronagh

slow (adj.) – balad

small (adj.) – chinti

smash (v.) — uglat

smell (v.) — nais

smile (n. & v.) – attik

smoke (n. & v.) – ghuni

smooth (adj.) – heesh

snake (n.) — nagaru

snake, type of (n.) – coreer (from Age of Legends)

sneeze (v.) – chitzi

snow (n. & v.) — yazpa

so (adv. & conj.) – moro

soap (n.) — svayor

society (n.) — panjami

sock (n.) – mustiel

soft (adj.) — zaleen

soil (n.) — feros

soldier(s) (n.) – drin

solid (adj.) – garan

some (pron. & adj.) — odi

son (n.) – alep

song (n.) – dena

sort (v.) — vidnu

soul, the (n.) — ghoba

Soulless (n.) – Al’ghol (name of Trolloc band); gholam (a Shadowspawn)

sound (v.) – diy

sounder (n.) – diynen (one who produces a sound)

soup (n.) – chanda

south (n., adj. & adv.) – djanzei

sovereign (n. & adj.) — tan

space (n.) – hirato

spade (n.) — obidum

spawn (n.) – bajad

speak (v.) — nosane

speaker (n.) – feia

Speaker of the Truth (Seanchan) (n.) – Soe’feia

spear (n.) – dareis (Aiel); plural is darei

spear fighters (n.) – algai’d’siswai (an Aiel term)

spear(s) of the dragon (n.) – siswai’aman (term used by the Aiel)

special (adj.) – bolar

spider (n.) – moghedien (a particular breed: small and poisonous; name of a Forsaken)

sponge (n.) – otiel

spoon (n.) — wastin

spring (n.) — vesna

square (n. & adj.) — ploushin

stage (n.) – leffal

stamp (n.) — tamu

star(s) (n.) – onir

start (v.) — pochivat

statement (n.) – furthadin

station (v.) — vaeku

steady (adj.) — taer

steel (n. & adj.) – kesan

stem (n.) — stobur

step (v.) — nieya

sticky (adj.) – baichan

stiff (adj.) — tolin

still (adj.) – bift

stitch (n.) — zinik

stocking (n.) — pinchota

stomach (n.) — bloobh

stone (n.) – andillar; suffix form is –dillar; taal (n. & adj.)

stone, of (adj.) – m’taal

Stone Dogs (n.) – Shae’en M’taal (Aiel warrior society)

stop (v.) – desta

store (n.) – kramtor

storm (n.) – tsorovan (sometimes meaning a smaller storm)

storm, winter (n.) – cemaros (specifically, a tempest from Sea of Storms)

Storm Leader (n.) – Tsorovan’m’hael (what the Asha’man Gedwyn called himself)

story (n.) — yatanel

strange (adj.) – choutsin

steam (n.) — smoog

street (n.) — ravad

stretch (v.) — gruget

strive (n., v. & adj.) – dai

stones (n.) – no’ri (modern name of ancient game from Moridin POV)

straight/straightforward (adj.) — taer

strong (adj.) — frait

Strong Wind (n.) – Ahf’frait (a Trolloc band)

structure (n.) — houghan

struggle (n., v. & adj.) – dai

stubborn (adj.) – seren

stubborn daughter (n.) – serenla (name that Siuan gave to Min)

stubborn one (n.) – serenda (also name of the Amadician king’s palace)

substance (n.) — sulwed

such (adj.) – prato

sudden (adj.) — rabdo

sugar (n.) — medan

suggestion (n.) – breudon

summer (n.) — laido

summons (n.) – concion

sun (n.) — ellis

support (n.) – chenal

surprise (n.) — ubriva

swallow (n.) – akein (bird)

swear (v.) – begrat

sweat tent scraping stick (n.) – staera (made of copper, used by Aiel)

sweet (adj.) – chalin

sweet girl (n.) – chalinda (Old Tongue name give to Min by Siuan)

swim (v.) — marna

sword (n.) – manshima

sword, my own (n.) — manshimaya

sword, related to (adj.) — man

Sword that is not a Sword, The (n.) — Callandor

sworn (adj.) – begratanae

system (n.) — trefon

T

table (n.) — ramay

tail (n.) — kovist

take (v.) — harben

Taker of Souls (n.) – Gho’hlem (a Trolloc band)

talk (v.) — bolga

tall (adj.) – aird

talon (n.) – cha

taste (n.) — spashoi

tax (n.) – kaarto

teacher (n.) — saana

teacher of lessons (n.) –mesaana (name of a Forsaken)

teaching (n.) — saantar

tempest (n.) – cemaros (specifically, a winter storm from Sea of Storms)

ten (adj.) – desyat (material objects); desye (immaterial things)

tendency (n.) — pranent

terror (n.) – dhjin

test (v.) – profel

than (conj.) — yak

that (pron. & adj.) — wot

themselves (pron.) — se

then (n. & adv.) — patra

theory (n.) – dantor

there (n. & adv.) — koja

thick (adj.) – doorn

thin (adj.) – simp

thing (n.) — so

this (pron., adj. & adv.) – iqet

those who cause change or are tied to change (n.) — veren

Those Who Cause Terror (n.) – Dhjin’nen (a Trolloc band)

Those Who Come Before (n.) – Hailene (Seanchan term)

Those Who Come Home (n.) – Rhyagelle (Seanchan term)

those who exemplify something (n.) — sheen

those who must be leashed (n.) – marath’damane (Seanchan word)

though (conj.) — zazit

thought (n.) – nardes

thousand, one (adj.) — tuhat

thousands (suffix) – tuhat (as in, tre’tuhat, meaning 3,000)

thread (n.) – gadhat

three (adj.) – treyat (material objects); treye (immaterial things)

throat (n.) — pyast

through/through this or it (prep.) — nesodhin

thumb (n.) – ibalets

thunder (n.) – sha’mad

Thunder Walkers (n.) – Sha’mad Conde (Aiel warrior society)

thus (adv.) – ghiro

ticket (n.) – kippat

tight (adj.) — kritam

till (v.) – hosiya

time (n.) – sag

time, it is (n.) — sagain

tin (n.) — olcam

tired (adj.) – claddin

title, a (n.) – Nae’blis (Shaitan’s first lieutenant)

to (prep.) – ti

to/to the (prep.) — tia

toe (n.) – ocarn

together (adv.) – perant

tomato (n.) – t’mat (from the Aiel Waste)

tomb (n.) – moridin (name of a Forsaken, the word referring to death)

tomorrow (n. & adv.) — welakai

tongue (n.) – diutic

tooth (n.) – jabro

top (n. & adj.) – otou

touch (v.) — torkat

tower (n.) – tar

tower of man (n.) – tarasin (name of palace in Ebou Dar)

Tower that Guards (n.) – Tar Valon

town (n.) – lagien

trade (n.) — masnad

train (n.) – cantheal

transparent (adj.) — telio

transport (v.) — ethaantar

trap (n.) – cour

traveler (n.) – tuatha (one going from one place to another; can be a vagabond)

traveling box(es) (n.) – nar’baha (foolbox(es) used by Sammael)

Traveling People, the (n.) – Tuatha’an

tray (n.) — usont

treaty (n.) – dae’vin

tree(s) (n.) – avende

Tree of Life (n.) – Avendesora; Avendoraldera is an offshoot found outside the Waste

treebrother (n.) – t’ingshen (compound word used in addressing Ogier, meaning “to you—representing something most important (i.e., the tree)—in brotherhood”)

trick (v.) — risor

trouble (n.) – lishno

trousers (n.) — theini

true (adj. & adv.) – jenn; tai (adj.; plural is “tain”)

true blood (n.) – tai’shar (part of a greeting of honor used by the Borderlanders)

True Bloods (n.) – Tain Shari (Aiel warrior society)

true finder (n.) – jeade’en (Jain Farstrider’s and Rand’s horse)

truly (adj. & adv.) — jenn

truth (n.) – imsoen; soe

Truth Speaker (Seanchan) (n.) – Soe’feia

turn (v.) — drenni

twist (v.) – dred; pakita

two (adj.) – dvoyat (material objects); dvoye (immaterial things)

U

ultimate (adj.) — tarmon

uncle, little (n.) – magami (Amalisa’s private name for King Easar)

under (prep., adj. & adv.) – basho

unit (n.) – kozat

Unseen World, the (n.) – Tel’aran’rhiod (term used by Aes Sedai)

up (adj., adv. & prep.) — pad

use (v.) – gorista

V

veil, dust (n.) – shoufa (used by Aiel)

venom (n.) — ghar

verse (n.) – fenter

very (adv.) — maani

vessel (n.) – dal

vessel of pleasure (n.) – graendal (name of a Forsaken)

view (n.) — obrafad

violent (adj.) – chekrut

voice (n.) — tati

void, the (n.) – ko’di (a meditative state)

W

walk (v.) — conden

walker(s) (n.) – conde

wall (n.) — tinto

war-related (adj.) – dhai

warm(s) (v.) – domashita

wash (v.) — panati

waste (n.) – difrol

watch (v.) — vronne

watcher(s) (n.) – a’vron; vron

watchers of importance (n.) – ma’vron

Watchers over the Waves (n.) – Do Miere A’vron

water (n.) – duadhe

Water Seekers (n.) – Duadhe Mahdi’in (an Aiel warrior society)

waters of the mountain home (n.) – manetherendrelle

waves (n.) — miere

wax (n.) – ikaat

way (n.) — veshan

we (pron.) – iro

weak (adj.) – komalin

weather (n.) – odashi

web of destiny (n.) – ta’maral’ailen (Ogier term describing the ta’veren phenomenon)

week (n.) – hoptah

weight (n.) — runyat

welcome (interjection) — calichniye

well (n.) – afwadh

west (n., adj. & adv.) — koudam

westwind (n.) – aldieb (the wind that brings spring rains)

wet (adj.) — zoppen

what (pron., adj. & adv.) — gavane

what was asked (rel. pron.) – devoriska

wheel (n.) – makitai

when (adv. & conj.) — qen

where (pron. & adv.) – doko

while (n. & conj.) — vaesht

whip (n. & v.) – remath

whip, energy (n.) – rema’kar (Age of Legends weapon)

whistle (n.) – pistit

whistle (v.) – pistita

white (n. & adj.) — safar

who (pron.) – nak

why (adv.) — neisen

wide (adj.) – hawali

will (n.) — zavilat

wind, as an air current (n.) – ahf; dieb

window (n.) — ovage

wine (n.) – ounadh

wing (n.) — stripo

winter (n.) – chiema

wire (n.) – gwiltor

wise (adj.) — washdor

with (prep.) — vid

without (prep.) — mera

without forgiveness (n. & adj.) – hessalam (name of a Forsaken)

wolf (n.) — vovok

woman (n.) — shai

woman, old (n.) – drova; possessive is drovja

wood (n.) — lavakh

wool (n.) – izaad

word (n.) – palatu

work(ing) (n. & adj.) — sor

working clothes (n.) – cadin’sor (worn by Aiel)

world, a (n.) – rhiod

World of Dreams (n.) – Tel’aran’rhiod (term used by Aes Sedai)

worm (n.) – juma

wormwood (n.) – ordeith (name taken by Padan Fain while with the Whitecloaks)

worth (n.) – carentin

wound (n.) – hanol

write (v.) – lorme

writing (n.) — vyavi

written, is (v.) – lormae

wrong (n., v. & adj.) — nasai

Y

year (n.) – khamu

yellow (adj.) — zafar

yes (adv.) — taak

yesterday (n. & adv.) — betakai

you (pron. & n.) – asa

you give (v.) – ma

young/youth-related (adj.) — thamel

your (poss. pron.) – ninte (formal); ninto (informal)

your heart (n.) – ba’asa

Special Terms, Prefixes, Suffixes

Age of Legends board games – sha’rah (Moridin POV); tcheran (Moridin POV); zara (played by followers of the Dark One, the pieces of which are live humans)

Age of Legends constructs – Nym

Age of Legends creatures – cafar; cosa; darath; dornat; jegal (scaled)

Age of Legends duel (in Qal) – sha’je (mentioned by Semirhage)

Age of Legends musical instruments – balfone; corea; obaen; shama

Age of Legends textile with emotion-linked color-changing properties — streith

Age of Legends vehicle – sofar (with steering planes; from Semirhage POV)

Aginor’s creations – jumara (Worms, found in the Blight); zomara(n) (zombie-like creatures used as servants

Aiel foods and beverages– kardon (green-skinned fruit from leafless spiny plant in Aiel Waste); oosquai (distilled spirit); t’mat; zemai

Aiel Waste plants — pecara (tree with pale, wrinkled fruit); segade (spiny leathery plant with white blossoms); algode

Ogier greeting, formal – choba (“to the humble one before you”); choshih (“to the unworthy one before you”)

Ogier homeland (a place of sanctuary) — stedding

prefix added to first name of Malkieri royalty – al (kings); el (queens)

prefix denoting importance – ma

prefix denoting the superlative — sa

prefix meaning ‘from’ — n

prefix meaning ‘of’ – m; n

prefix referring to an agent of action – de

prefix referring to beauty – am

prefix referring to a handler or controller – morat (used by Seanchan re exotic animals)

prefix referring to the heart – cue, cuen

prefix referring to limited or specific application — ter

prefix (adjectival) referring to power — sai

prefix suggesting urgency or compulsion – marath (Seanchan word)

Seanchan exotic animals – corlm; grolm; lopar; raken; to’raken; torm

Seanchan hereditary upper servants of the blood – so’jhin (freely translated as “a height among lowliness” or “both sky and valley”; “a thing of exaltation”)

suffix denoting brutes, beasts, monsters — ghael

suffix denoting importance – don; ing (utmost importance)

suffix denoting multiples of ten – shi (apostrophe before)

suffix denoting negation – de

suffix denoting passive voice – ae (used with verbs)

suffix denoting plural form – a; an; en; in; on

suffix denoting river or water(s) of – drelle

suffix denoting stone — illar

suffix denoting stone-like quality – andi

suffix indicating one who or that which does, or those who cause – nen (like adding ‘er’ to English verb)

suffix indicating past tense – ane

suffix indicating personal possession (i.e., my) – ara

suffix indicating feminine – dar

suffix indicating a lack, being without — lam

suffix indicating masculine – din

suffix indicating numerical teens — pi

suffix meaning ‘blue’ – era

suffix meaning ‘many’ – es

suffix meaning ‘my own’ — ya

suffix meaning ‘of’ or ‘issued from’ – ja

suffix meaning ‘punishment through the nervous system’ — kar

suffix meaning ‘that which was’ — iska

suffix meaning ‘those who harvest’ — hlin

suffix meaning ‘those who take’ — hlem

suffix meaning ‘true’ — en

tree from Age of Legends, a construct – chora (a beneficent tree)

True Power artifact – saa (tiny black fleck that moves across Forsaken’s eyes when the True Power is accessed, increasing with more use of the TP)

unknown word – piesa (Leya’s horse)

wheel used in gambling – chinje (roulette-like)

Source: tor.com

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