Saturday, September 8, 2018

Dictionary of Baronh, language of the Frybarec Gloer Gor Bari

Dictionary of Baronh, language of the Frybarec Gloer Gor Bari

A

a
        Is/am/are etc.
"F'a usere." = "I will migrate."
"Dar saurh a?" = "Do you have family."
"F'a bale." = "I am Abh"
"Spaurhlacé a ciloemh ane pïana." = "Spaurhlacé has red eyes."

abair
    Not really, not that much。
Abh
    Abh. Etymology: "Heavens", "sea people".
Ablïarsec
    Name. Clan of the captain-kings from the wandering age. Name of mythological sun goddess.

*acharh
    Person who charges. Person who is light of foot. Symh acharr: Shock troopers.
*ach(ec)
    Leg, foot.
Achmatuch
    Mythological god who was trouble by the eight-headed dragon.
aci
    Over there.
-ad-
    Suffix indicating a negative. "F'anade sacle." = "I am not a servant."
*agac
    Signal.
agh
    Crest, insignia.
agaime
    Kill.
agth
    (The G is pronounced as ï) A unit of country in the empire, referring to an imperial star system that has populated planets.
agautre
    To pilot, control.
ai
    "That", to refer to something far away, an object or event that is not a person.

    A reply of acknowledgement. "D'a saucele? - Aï, saucele." "Are you crew? - Yes, I am crew."
aïbss
    Person who lives on the surface (of a planet).
*aic
    A colour between indigo and navy blue.
aich
    Autumn.
aideluodéc
    Outdoor communciations device.
*ailéc
    Referring to the other person when in a group of two.
aimh
    Thought-crystal web.
airhate
    Expression of gratitude.
ala
    Colour that ranges from blue to green.
*alac
    Colour that includes blue, green, and purple.
alaicec
    A large type of battleship that carries mines.
alairbaïe
    Naturally, rightfully, of course.
alm-
    Prefix to indicate a superior or leader.
*almec
    Head
almfac
    [m is silent] Circlet worn by Abh to indicate social status and also use their spacial senses.
aloce
    Utilise.
alochoth
    Operate (machinery, equipment) [↑+ hoth]
alsaima
    Blue-haired. Expression used to refer to the Abh.
anade
    Combination of ane and -ad-.
ane
        To indicate existence of something, or emphasise a statement. "Frymec feri ane." = "I have a daughter."  / "R'a éni ane." = "That is good."
*apézmec
    The strap used to hold an actaroebh in place over a dauch.
apymh
    Starship seatbelt.
-ar-
    Verb suffix to indicate passivity. "Fe ïarbarle." = "I was chosen."
*arauch
    → *aroch
arh
    Time before work starts, or morning. (As the Abh are a space-faring race, the former definition takes priority over the latter).
arnaigh
    Orbital tower.
arobe
    To play (a game, a musical instrument).
arobhoth
    The act of playing (a game or musical instrument). A musical recital. The name of a division in the Laburec which handles music in military and royal proceedings. "Sach arobhotr" = "military musician".
*aroch
    Imperial capital city, or palace.
aronn
    Title used in Abh names, indicating nobility that was present at the founding of the empire.
-as-
    Suffix indicating a causative. "Sacase" = "make (someone) write (something)".
asa
    Red.
*asa
    Open. "Bidautec" = a free (space) port (where trade with entities outside the empire is allowed) [ref. asére]
*asaicch
    Morning sun.
*asainec
    A colour, deep red. Also the name of a plant; The colour is named after the plant which was used to create dye in that colour in ancient times,
asairtamh
    The state of a clanh being active.
asaugec
    Young child, toddler.
asére
    Open, liberate. "Aséradé" = "Do not open".
*asith
    Dragonfly.
asogh
    That place, over there.
*asparhoth
    To gather, to get together。
*ataimh
    A thistle.
ath
    The written text of the Abh (Baronh).
aucec
    Respect, longing, aspiration.
aurh
    The next day, tomorrow.
*auton-ec/n
    A hot soup.
azz
    Enemy. "Zar byrec" = "enemy fleet".

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