Haakish Lexicon

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This is an alphabetical, sortable list of all known Haakish words.

Dictionary

Haakish Part of
Speech
Common
aag N pan
aagwen V show
aal PRON it
aalmark PRON its
aas N copper
achar ADV anywhere
adog N egg
adtos PRON myself
af ADV/PREP away
af- PREF away
afhviska V remove, sweep away
afklowta V repel, ward off
aflik ADJ other
aft PREP after
aftar ADV/PREP behind
afthiga V remove, take away
afthrag N retreat
afthrage V flee, retreat
afthragis N defendant (legal)
ag PRON I, me
agath ADJ good (moral judgment), noble
agawe V lay, lay down
agik ADJ nice, kind
agmark PRON my, mine
agtos PRON myself
ahot ADV whenever
ake V ride
akhawa N brook
akhewa N brooks
akse V turn
aksil N axle
akt N vinegar
alad N fruit
alal N sweat, perspiration
alale V sweat, perspire
alar N awl
ale V beget, father
almik ADJ poor, destitute, impoverished
almis N beggar
alv N oil
anafthrage V flush, cause to flee, put to flight
anane V breathe
anart N shirt
and N end
andalt N face
ande V end, cease, finish, stop
andis...ataw CONJ either...or
anfar PREP upon
ang N possessions, property
ange V possess, own
angwen N butter
ankar N anchor
ap ADV up
ap- PREF up
apgiba V surrender
aphliwa V hide, conceal
apina V open
apkran N mast
ara ADV yes
aral N strap
aran N summer
arn N iron
arne V welcome
arnin N fireplace, hearth
arnsmidh N smith
art N pea
arth N heir
asak N fish
asil N donkey, ass
at PREP to
at- PREF to
ataw CONJ or
atbaare V bring
atgware V obey
athal N shrine
athan N year
athanhvil N season
athme V worship
atir N affection
atlaath N today
atmaarg N tomorrow
atsoka V attack
attika V arrive
atvard PREP toward
awdh N ease
awdh N wealth, money, riches
awdhik ADJ wealthy, rich
awdhug ADJ easy
awg N eye
awk CONJ but
awkhan N oven
aws N east
awtham N mother
baan N curse
baane V curse
baare V carry, bear
baartik ADJ bright, light, pale
bak N back
bakik N shore
balv N pain, anguish
balve V hurt
bamar N tree
band N bond
bande V wound
bane V forbid
bar N wave
barad N brother
bardatha V surprise, astonish
bardh N ax
bardhtol N ax factory
bardregi ADV forever
barg N cake
barlate V abandon, renounce
bask N necklace
baskan N mage, wizard
bawth ADJ deaf
bech N affliction
bechae V afflict
bench N bank, counter
ber N berry
bereth N brother
berg N taste
bergae V taste
bida V remain, stay, wait
biirk N flower
biisk ADJ bitter
biita V pasture
bi(n) PREP concerning
birka V braid, plait
birn N mail (armor)
blande V mix
blisk N wheat
bliw V lead
bodha V announce
bok N book
bokis N scholar
boltik N politics
bord N table
borg N city
bosta V raise, lift
bowr N beer
brach N fortress, fort
braeka V break
brag N fortress, fort
brath N word
brathbok N dictionary
brathwrit N author, poet
brawn N strength
brawnaas N bronze
brawnik ADJ powerful
brewk N pant, trouser
brewkren N pants, trousers
brina V burn
brinch N breastplate, corslet, cuirass
brinchlaws ADJ unarmored
brodh N soup
bron N chest, breast
brug N bridge
bruga V cultivate, till
brugaad N farmer
bruk N branch
brun N eyebrow
bruthkawp N wedding
bul ADJ wide, broad
bust V brush
cha CONJ and
chaan ADJ new
chaar N key
chal N mouse
chald N tent
char ADV where
charfe V rub
charn N star
chavan CONJ although
chawkgaan N mortar (masonry), cement
chek ADV now
chel N turtle
chet N guest
chil ADJ cold
chon N loss
chug N fork, pitchfork
daag N dough
daaln ADJ fragrant
daan ADJ dead
Dabru N Dwarf, Dwarves
Dabrush ADJ Dwarven
dalar N valley
dalgar N duty
dan PRON one
danagi ADV only
dandwelis N hermit
danhug ADJ resolute, steadfast, stubborn
danik ADJ alone, simple, single
dar N land, country
dare V hold
dare V seem
darg PRON you
daro N tall
dartos PRON yourself
daske V last
dath DEM that
dather ADV there
delva V dig
delvil N spade
denae V suck
denis N leech
derg PRON you (pl.), ye
dergmark PRON your, yours
dergtos PRON yourself, yourselves
derm N barn
des N end
dind N paint
dinda V paint
dit N tune
diwr N animal
draan N age
draefa V exile, drive out
draefcharn N comet
drak N dragon
dramlor ADJ proud
drasa V fell (past tense of fall)
drawg N ghost
drawm N dream
drawme V dream
dregi ADV ever
drekak N drink
drift N gallery
drinis N witness
driten N subjects, vassals, slaves
drosen V/ADJ fallen (past participle of fall)
drota V dominate, subject
droten N subject, vassal, slave
drotha V forget
drotis N master
drusa V fall
dug N help, aid
duga V help, aid
dugalar V/N helping (gerund of help)
du(n) PREP against
dupat N dust
durn N fir
durt N ground, soil
duthra V will, wish
dwaal N victory
dwaare V stand
dwal ADJ foolish, stupid
dwelae V dwell
dwelda V delay
dwelna V train
dwer AUX must
dwer AUX should
dwerl N grove
dwern N birch
dwirn N answer
dwirna V answer
dwol N mistake, error
edbosta V restore
eel DEM them/those things (archaic)
eft ADV again
eka N widow
eldar N fire
elding N barbarian (guild)
eldring N lightning, electricity
elsk N love
elskae V love
en PRON he, him
end- PREF again
endagi ADV again
endan PREP against, contrary to
eni ADV still, yet
enin N forehead
enmark PRON his
enren PRON they, them
enrenmark PRON their, theirs
enrentos PRON themselves
entar N nephew
entos PRON himself
erd N marriage
ernir ADJ safe
ewn ADV no, not
ewndis...ewntaw CONJ neither...nor
ewnenur N future
ewnstund ADV never
ewnva PRON nothing
ewr N shame
ewrae V embarrass, shame
ewrg N stranger
faal N bracelet
faar PREP from
faarin V cause
faele V hid (past tense of hide)
faknur N joy, happiness
fale V row
far N bull
far PREP above
fare V travel
fargaare V translate, render
faris N sailor
farkwing INTERJ goodbye
fast N castle, keep
faste V keep, retain
fawr PREP by
feba N pepper
fedh N parent
felae V hide
felen V/ADJ hidden (past participle of hide)
ferar N side
ferarn N sides
fewdha V bear (children), give birth to, produce, bring forth
fewdhdar N native country
fich N hate
ficha V hate
filga V follow
fintha V find
firdh ADV also, furthermore
flag ADJ common
flage V skin, flay
flagen V/ADJ skinned, flayed (past participle of skin, flay)
flagiidhur N conspiracy, plot
flap N collar
flarn N rye
flat N floor
flege V skinned, flayed (past tense of skin, flay)
flin N arrow
flodas N stream
fnis N sneeze
fnisa V sneeze
fnor N marsh
for CONJ/PREP before
for- PREF before
fordina V prepare
forfedh N ancestor
forgradhe V predict
forn ADJ old
fowl ADJ stinking
fraag N wall
fraal N field
fraant N crop
frake V destroy
frakis V destroyer
frath N thought, idea, notion
frathe V think
fregae V to be silent, to be quiet
fregik ADJ silent
fregur N silence
Freke N Human
Frekish ADJ Human
fret N question, inquiry
fretae V question, ask, inquire
fridh N peace
fugal N bird
fulgik ADJ secret
furdh N omen
gaabe V sing
gaame V read
gaan N sand
gaare V shout, cry out
gaarnik ADJ miserly, stingy
gaarnis N miser, spendthrift
gaarur N passion
gadil N cousin
gagur N advantage
galawbe V believe
gald N pay, wages
galde V pay
galdenis N mercenary, soldier
galdrur N magic
galik PREP like, similar
galn ADJ beautiful, shining, radiant
ga(n) PREP in
ga(n)- PREF in
ganagi ADV inside
ganat PREP into
gane V pass
ganik ADJ inside
ganok ADJ enough
garat ADJ right, correct
gard N house
gardas N family
gardbuning N furniture
gare V desire
garnaal N acorn
garnum N boulder
gart N leg
garun N market, marketplace
garva V did (past tense of do)
gasinth N companion
gatika V enter
gatikalar V/N entering (gerund of enter)
gavande V enter
gaw N lie
gawde V join, unite
gawdur N harmony
gawe V lie
gawr ADJ yellow
gawr N grief, sorrow
gawre V grieve, sorrow
gawrik ADJ sad
-gel SUF like, akin to
gelok N yoke
gewrve V build
giba V give
gifar N troll
gim N jewel, gem
gimstaan N jewel, gemstone
gina N yawn
girdel N belt
glag N pine
glan N rain
gler N glass
glita V shine
glof N glove
glon N drop
glum N gloom
godh V gain, earn
godha N profit, gain
gol ADJ blind
gona V kill
gorcha V defeat
gort N salt
gortik ADJ salty
gorva V do
gorvalisk ADJ possible
gorven V/ADJ done (past participle of do)
gota V cast (metal)
gown N dress
gradh N manner of speech
gradhe V speak, talk
grafe V carve, write
grafil N chisel
grafskawd N parchment
graftiv N idol
gram N letter (document), missive
grarm ADJ fierce
grefta V bury (the dead)
grek N friend
grem N anger
gremik ADJ angry
grestae V march
gretae V cry, weep
grewd N blood, gore
grim ADJ ugly
grim N bite
grima V bite
grimis N biter
grina V smile
gripa V seize, grasp, take hold of
gris N pig
grista V grind
grun ADJ shallow
gruna V suspect
grund N bottom
grus INTERJ hello
grus N greeting
grusa V greet
gulth N gold (metal)
gulthik ADJ golden
gulthmolk ADJ fine
gwaal N song
gwadh N countryside, nature, wilderness
gwadhing N ranger
gwadhis N ranger
gwadhur N countryside, nature, wilderness
gwaerd N guard, warden
gwal INT/PRON what, which
gwalur N quality
gwardh N host
gware V listen
gware at V obey
gwaste V spoil
gwel ADJ green
gwen INT/PRON who, whom
gwenat N wind
gwenatawg N window
gwendrot N eagle
gwern N people, nation
gwernsvedh N tradition
gwiil N festival
gwilt N guild
gwir N truth
gwirik ADJ true
gwith N stomach
gwitha V pray
gwor AUX indicates a question
haad N way, manner
haaf N quarrel
haal N health
haal N salt
haald N dwelling
haalik ADJ healthy, well, holy, sacred
haalm N home
haard N cattle, herd, livestock
haardis N herdsman
haast N army
haastfang N spoils
haav N court
haesta V fry
hafar N goat
hafe V have
hag N pasture
hak N chin
hakul N cloak
hal N tail
halde V preserve, protect, save
halmir N helmet
hamar N hammer
hamra V hammer
han CONJ than
har ADJ high
hardh ADJ hard
harlig N layer
harn N brain
harst N top
hawberk N hauberk
hawf N head
hawfhring N crown
hawk N sale
hawke V sell
haws N skull
hawst N autumn, fall (season)
heftur N weight
heg N hay
-held SUF protected from, safe from
helk N wound
helkthigis N empath
hemae V sit
hend N fortune, luck
hendae V happen
her N linen, flax
herdhar N shoulder
hesk N plant
hestar N horse
hewd N hat, cap
hewg ADJ right (direction)
hibarn N winter
hiimar N world
hiimarskan N warrior mage
hiimarsken N warrior mages
hild N battle
hildbuning N armor (related to the word for battle)
hildis N warrior
hilor N ford
himin N sky, weather
hin DEM this
hind PREP on behalf of
hindath DEM this/that (implies that the listener should know to what the speaker refers)
hiner ADV here
hist V loom
hla AUX could
hla AUX might
hla AUX would
hlaaf N bread
hlaan N hill
hlaav N grave
hlake V laugh
hlane V blow
hlas ADJ glad, happy, joyful
hlawpe V jump
hlef N beginning
hlefa V begin
hlefik ADJ original
hlek N chain
hlel N trail
hlenae V smoke
hlenveln N tobacco
hleta V release
hleva V be silent
hlewga N joke
hlidh N gate
hlidh N hearing (sense)
hlidha V hear
hlifta V steal, rob
hliftis N thief, robber
hliftur N theft
hliisa V illuminate
hlisa V collect, gather
hlita V face
hliwa V cover
hlod N sound
hlorn N grain
hlos N candle, light
hlud ADJ loud
hlust N ear
hlut N part
hnarth N death
hnask ADJ soft
hnegae V neigh
hnir ADJ thin
hnit N insect
hnogik ADJ greedy, avaricious
hnon N warning
hnona V warn
hnul CONJ so that, with the result that
hnut N nut
hnuur PREP around
hob N goblin
hofan N harbor
hol N cave, cavern
hold N flesh
hopa V dance
hord N treasure
hos ADV so
host N cough
hosta V cough
hot ADV/CONJ when
howr N frost
howr N skin
hraag ADJ crooked
hraan ADJ clean
hraast ADJ brave
hradh N fate
hrak N danger
hrane V lend
hrang N blame, criticism
hrange V blame, criticize
hrare V move
hreda V rescue, save
hrendh ADJ lost (person doesn't know where he is)
hreth N praise
hrethae V praise
hrewd ADJ cowardly, timid
hrewka V spit
hriga V regret, repent
hriifa V draw, pull
hriifil N hoe
hrika V meet, happen upon
hrin N touch
hrina V touch
hring N circle, ring
hrist CONJ in order to, in order that, so that
hrista V shake, brandish
hrop N boast
hropa V boast
hrot N roof
hruf ADJ rough
hruun N letter (of alphabet)
hudh N hide
huga V hug, embrace
hugar N mind
hukhras N hunger
hukhrik ADJ hungry
hundar N dog
hunth N captive, prisoner
hvaate V call
hval ADJ flat
hvam N corner
hvar ADJ whole
hvar PREP by (in oaths e.g. "by Kertigen")
hvark N bark (dog sound)
hvarka V bark (dog sound)
hvas ADJ sharp
hvaska V swept (past tense of sweep)
hvel N wheel
hver ADJ every
hverkae V defend
hvidar ADJ white
hvil N bed
hvil N time
hvin CONJ if
hvinti CONJ whether
hvisk N broom
hviska V sweep
hvol N memory
hvola V remember
hvotra V threaten
hvotrun N threat
hvusken V/ADJ swept (past participle of sweep)
igarlaath N yesterday
ii CONJ that
iidh N promise, oath
iidha V promise
iik N oak
iikren N oak
iitar N poison
-ik SUF adjectival
il ADJ bad
ilgalawb N superstition
Ilv N Halflings, Olvi
imbal N navel
in- PREF negation
indal PREP beyond
indar PREP beyond
-ing SUF patronymic, child of
ingen N claw, fingernail, toenail
ir- PREF negation
-is SUF noun agent (added to verbs like -er)
iwsag N water
kaal N forest, woods
kaan ADV also
kaathe V use
kach ADJ much
kach N hook
kachig ADV very
kachur N muchness (quantity)
kakhal N pebble
Kaldar N Kaldar
Kaldarish ADJ Kaldaran
kalk N stocking, sock
kan ADJ long
kanach N bone
karaag N rock
karde V trust
karg PREP down
karg- PREF down
kargina V close, shut
kark N horn
karl N man, husband, male
karlik ADJ male
kart N carriage, cart, wagon, wain
kartvand N caravan
kaste V throw
kate V nod
kawpe V buy
keld N spring
Keldar N Kaldar (pl.)
ker ADJ all
ker- PREF all
kerae V drive
kerhvil ADV always
kern N corn
kert N metal
kes N cheese
kestal N bush
khal N stone
khalili N pebble
khawr N door
khil PREP according to
kiir N comb
kild N child
kilth N womb
kin N cheek
kind N family
kip ADJ hollow
kiwn N gender
klend N journey
klewdh N clothing
klewdha V clothe, dress
klif N cliff
kliifta V divide, separate
klowta V beat
klucha V play
klufa V split
knaarn N statue
knalde V rule, govern
knaldkarl N nobleman, prince, king, emperor
knaldkarlik ADJ noble, princely (status), royal
knaldkwon N noblewoman, princess, queen, empress
knar PREP off
knarklewdha V undress
knarklowta V repel, ward off
knarliifa V forgive
Knarm N Gnome
Knarmish ADJ Gnomish
knarn N rose
knathe V bore
knaw N rat
Knerm N Gnomes
knifa V cut
knifil N knife
kniir N clash, din
kniw N knee
kniwa V kneel
knob N button
knofgart N spider
knoka V strike
knold N beast
knot N knot
knottr N ball
kof N hut
koral N kettle
kord N rope
kowpat N jaw
kowt N cat
kowt N meat
krache V press
krag N bark (of tree)
kran N beam
krewft N art
krewftis N artisan, artist
krewftsmidh N bard (guild)
krid N heart
kritha V crawl
krok N pot
krowg N jug, pitcher
kuklin N chicken
kvaarn N mill
kvafe V drink
kvafelar V/N drinking (gerund of drink)
kveld N evening
kveng N blade
kverkar N throat
kvidh N anxiety
kvidhar N belly
kvik N life
kvika V live
kvitha V say
kvold N kobold
kwakh N bowl
kwar ADJ blue
kwarf N square
kwelae V butcher
kweln N enemy
kwelntho N hostility
kwin ADJ good (general judgment)
kwinga V ask (request)
kwingig ADV well
kwol ADJ cool
kwon N woman, wife, female
kwonik ADJ female
laan ADJ full
laar ADJ empty
laase V teach
laasis N teacher
laath N day
laathbrun N dawn
lach ADJ dirty
laerk ADJ rare
laf N liver
lag ADJ low
langig ADV far
-lar SUF forms participles and gerunds (-ing)
late V leave
lawge V deny
lawn N ambush
lawne V ambush
lawp N basket
-laws SUF to indicate lacking in
lawt N ash
legae V establish, place, put, set up
lehlek N chain (small)
leknae V heal, cure
leknis N healer
leknistawf N medicine
lent N lamp
ler N oat
lesk ADJ lazy
lewkar N river
liga V hire
liga V lie
liif N permission, license
liifa V permit, allow, let
liir N mud
liit N dye
liita V dye
Liitha N Elf
Liitharen N Elves
Liithash ADJ Elven
lik N body
likflod N bloodstream, blood (in body)
-lisk SUF able to be (added to verbs like -able or -ible)
lithra V slide, slip
liwga V marry
lodh N fur
log N flame
lok N lock
loka V lock
lopat N air
losk ADJ lame
lusen N haze
maarg N morning
mag ADJ more
-mag SUF patronymic, son of
mag har ADJ/ADV higher
magas N son
magast ADJ most
magast har ADJ/ADV highest
magkarl N male relative by marriage
magkwon N female relative by marriage
malab ADJ mute, dumb
malne V wander
mana V kissed (past tense of kiss)
mange V trade
mangis N trader, merchant
marg ADJ many
mark N boundary
mark N sausage
marka ADJ manifold
marne V pack
matabe V cook
matabis N cook, chef
mate V eat
matlun N intention, purpose
matug ADJ mighty
mawrdh N murder
meel N meal, flour
mel N sphere
mer N finger
mewr N girl
mewrdh N murders
midh N center, middle
midh- PREF middle
midhar PREP among
midhik ADJ middle
midhlaath N noon
mik ADJ big, grand, great, large
mikdar N mainland
mikstok N race (species)
mikur N size
milm N cloud
milth N honey
mint N coin
mirk N darkness
mirkik ADJ dark (color)
mirkstof N prison, jail
mit PREP through
-mit SUF capable of
mita V measure
mitan CONJ while
mluk N milk
mluka V milk
modh ADJ tired
-mol SUF indicating measure
molk N penalty, punishment
molka V penalize, punish
monen V/ADJ kissed (past participle of kiss)
mordh N fury, rage
mota AUX be able to, can, may
motarn N aether
motur N potential
mowdh N mead
mown N ore
mowrk N wood, lumber
mowrkrit N carpenter
mul N mule
muna V kiss
munar N mouth
munarli N kiss
mund N hand
mundtol N craft, trade
mundtolis N craftsman
nadhar N snake
naflun N name
-nag SUF patronymic, daughter of
nagen N daughter
nagos ADV near
nak PREP near
nak- PREF near
nakdwelis N neighbor
nakriin ADV/PREP alongside
nakt N night
naktika V approach
nakvande V approach
nakwath ADJ bare, nude
nar N corpse, body (dead)
nasar N nose
nath N thread
nawdhe V compel
nawgar V auger
nawt N cattle
nemae V study, learn
nemis N student, pupil
nemistad N school
nenav N heavens
nenavskan N moon mage
nenavsken N moon mages
nest N pin
neth N needle
nethur N envy, jealousy
ni ADV just
nidhar N relative, kin
nidhartho N kinship
nin ART a, an
nin ut ADJ some of
nipat N niece
nis N island
nok N raft
nonda V deliver
nordhar N north
nud N fog
odadh N point
ofen N stove
ok PREP for
okar N interest (finance)
okik ADJ bovine
okis N cow, ox
okiskart N oxcart
okiskert N oxcarts
oks N acid
oksikot N beef
olbog N elbow
Olv N Halfling, Olvi
Olvish ADJ Halfling, Olvi
onar ADJ equal
ond N duck
ongaan N ointment
oort CONJ/PREP until
orch ADJ obscure
ordh N command, order
ordha V command, order
ordhis N admiral, commander, general
ormar N worm
orn N seed
orth N earth
os N deer
owkt N pity, mercy
owkta V pity, have mercy on, spare
owl N ale
owlgard N inn, tavern
owlik ADJ drunk
ow(n)- PREF un-, in- (negative prefix in adj. & adv.)
ownad N breath, spirit
paad N coat
paer N boot
palank N board
patur N rhythm
piltar N boy
pliga V fold
poba V bake
port N port
preshae V borrow
Pridaan N Prydaen
Pridaanish ADJ Prydaen, Prydaenese
Pridaanren N Prydaen (pl.)
printa V print
raaf N hole
rade V solve
radhe V rise
raekar N smoke
raekawg N chimney
raf ADJ slow
rak N line
Raka N Rakash
Rakash ADJ Rakash
rakik ADJ straight
ram N arm
rawdh ADJ red
rawndalte V blush
refar N fox
Reka N Rakash (pl.)
relk N pack
renar N poem
rif N rib
rifa V tear
rimik ADJ quiet
rimikrid ADJ patient
rofa V know
rofur N knowledge, information
rord N voice
rot N oar
rownd N buckler
sa ART the
saad N page
saarn ADJ free
saarnur N freedom
sagil N club
sakh N toe
sale V spring
sanche V send
sane V spin
sang N west
sap N prophecy
sape V prophesy
sapkarl N prophet
sapkwon N prophetess
sarg N care
sarge V care
-sarn SUF something inspires that quality (-ful)
sarv N armor (related to the word for turtle)
sarvengrek N turtle
sawas N lake
sawil N sun
sawme V sew
sawr N lizard
saws- PREF lake
sawth N offering
sawthstad N altar
segal N sail
-sel SUF possesses that quality (-ful)
sested N town, settlement (small)
seth ADJ late
sewar N sea
sewr- PREF sea
sewt ADJ sweet
sha V see
shal N mountain
shaln N barley
shar N sight
shar N sister
share V see
shel N mountains
shiir N falcon
shlor ADJ blunt, dull
shodh N purse
shon N appearance
shorthar N gulf, bay
shos N stable
shot ADV soon
shota V float, flow
showdhar N feather
showldh N shield
showrskilik ADJ wise
shuga V fly
shuk N sickness, illness
shukik ADJ sick, ill
sidh ADJ final, last
sidhgig ADV finally
siga V sink
siib N bean
sild N astonishment, surprise
silfar N silver
sirik N silk
sis N wasp
sisa V saw
sisil N saw
sist N sister
siwk N crimes, faults, guilt
skad ADJ evil
skaf N form, shape
skaldh ADJ hot
skale AUX must, need to, ought to
skam ADJ short
skape V make
Skarmu N S'Kra Mur
Skarmush ADJ S'Kra Mur, S'Kra
skarthe V creep
skawd N leather
skawt N edge
skechae V draw, sketch
skedha V damage, harm, injure
skeg N beard
-skel SUF needing
skem N vomit
skemae V vomit
skendae V leap
skenig ADV often
Skermu N S'Kra Mur (pl.)
skif N boat, ship
skiffare V sail
skifhaast N fleet
skiid N ski
skiida V ski
skiidkart N sled, sleigh
skiir N cut
skiiril N scissors
skil N intelligence, reason, skill
skila V understand
skisk N dew
skiwrt N skirt
sklan N root
sklar N color
sklarbrug N rainbow
sklath N story, tale
sklathe V tell
skler N colors
sklowr N bog
sklug ADJ guilty
skoch N demon
skogar N woods
skokh N shoe
skokhis N shoemaker, cobbler
skolot ADJ bald
skor N ice
skorthrerg N avalanche
skova V push, shove
skovil N shovel
skradis N tailor
skrawt N jewelry
skrer N image
skriblun N literature
skridh N landslide
skufat N hair
skugeg N shade
skugwag N mirror
skul N debt
skula V owe
skulis N debtor
skulk N fear, fright
skulka V fear
skulksarn ADJ fearsome
skulksel ADJ fearful
skunda V hasten, hurry
skung N skunk
slaet N field
sleg N spear
sleka V lick
slifar N music
sliir N beech
sliith N danger
slik ADJ smooth
smadre V smash
smake V hit
smal N sheep
smedstad N forge
smidh N smith
smidha V forge
smit N flea
snalth N razor
snar ADJ small, little (size)
snart ADJ fast, quick, swift
snem ADJ early
snewld N spindle
snewrskridh N avalanche
snida V swim
snil ADJ left (direction)
snipa V cut
soka V attempt, seek, test, try
sokur N lawsuit
sowk N crime, fault, guilt
spadh N spoon
spald N tablet
spewa V pour
spiik N nail (hardware)
spiwan N saliva, spit
sprawt ADV immediately
sprer N tree
sproda V sow
staan N stone
staanwrit N stonemason, stonecutter, sculptor
staanwritren N stonemason, stonecutter, sculptor
stad N place
stag N stop (on a journey)
stal N store, shop
staring N cord
stath N plain
sted N town, any settlement of any size
stedh N anvil
stedis N citizen
stedred N citizenry, populace
ster ADV less
sterak ADJ strong
stidha V rest
stiika V roast
stiiril N rudder
stikal N cup
stil N pen
sting N bee
stinga V groan
stiwg ADJ ugly
stof N room
stok N clan, tribe
stol N chair
stonga V refuse
strewe V spread
striin N game
strita V mow, reap
stritil N scythe, sickle
stror N herb
stundan PRON anyone, someone
stundig ADV sometimes
stundik ADJ some
stundil PRON anything, something
sudhar V south
suun PREP with
suur ADJ sour
svadh N blessing
svadhe V bless
svaera V swear
sval N soap
svara V swore (past tense of swear)
svarsesh N butterfly
svarth N blackness
svarth N ink
svarthik ADJ black
svarthkrewft N sorcery
sve ADV/CONJ as
svedh N custom, law
svef N sleep
svefa V sleep
svelae V gleam
sveltae V die
sverdh N sword
sverfae V bend
sverfil N bow (weapon)
sverfilis N archer
sverth N honor
sverthae V honor
sverthaldis N paladin
sviidh N magic
sviidhili N spell
svik ADJ innocent
svika V explain
svikuk ADJ clear, obvious, plain
svir N neck
svirka V admit, confess
svit N region, territory
svor N outside
svoragi ADV out, outside
svordas N foreigner
svordik ADJ foreign
svoren V/ADJ sworn (past participle of swear)
svorik ADJ outside
svorkni PREP beside, except
svorsvaad N barbarian, savage (uncivilized person)
svorsvaadik ADJ barbaric, savage
svort PREP out of
svot PREP on
svunt N apron
taak N sign
taal N blame
tag N tear
tage V walk
tal N number
tale V count
talg N cross
talig N account, reckoning
talil N rake
tanche V light
tarbarad N uncle
tark ADJ few
tarshar N aunt
tawdik ADJ cheap
tawka V lead
tawkis N leader
tawkisik ADJ leader
tawkur N leadership
tawr N father
tawrlaws N orphan
tedrae V kindle
tekar N income
telgae V hew
tesk N dish, plate
tewg ADJ thick
thakh N clay
thakhwrit N potter
thand PREP because of, on account of, owing to, thanks to
tharf N need, necessity
tharfe V need, lack
thengae V stretch
thesh N smell
theshae V smell
thewak CONJ however, yet
thid N meaning
thida V mean
thiga V take
thiik N hour
thing N assembly, council
thir ADJ dry
thirf N meadow
-tho SUF forming abstracts [rare, only after vowel]
thof N felt
thok N mist
thora V dare
thorp N village
thorst N thirst
thrage V run
thral N servant
threrg N earthquake
thrifa V feel
throk N person
throwng N crowd
thrum N thunder
thuda V drop
thugur N emotion(s), feeling(s)
thumalmer N thumb
thummol N inch (measure), thumb's width
thungik ADJ heavy
thungudh ADJ pregnant
thurk N towel
thurn N garden
thvane V wash
thvark N strife
thvast ADJ certain, sure
Tig N Gor'Togs
tiga V bind
tigal N brick
tiip N fly
tiira N glory
tika V come
tika at V arrive at
til PRON she, her
tila N knead
tilmark PRON her, hers
tilren PRON them/those females (archaic)
tiltos PRON herself (archaic)
tin N tin
tir ADV back
tir- PREF back
tirgiba V give back, return something
tiv N god
tivgradhis N cleric
tivhaald N temple
tivis N cleric
tiwna V lose
tod N well
Tog N Gor'Tog
Togish ADJ Gor'Tog, Toggish
tol N tax
tol N tool
tol N work, labor
tola V tax
toln ADV please
tolna V please
tolnen V thank you
tolnur N gratitude, thanks, pleasure
tonawtham N grandmother
tonmagas N grandson
tonnagen N granddaughter
tontawr N grandfather
tor N difficulty, narrow spot
torug ADJ difficult
tosag PRON I, myself/me, myself (intensive)
towl N napkin
town N tooth
trad N tier
traek N mold
trak N path
trawg N foot
trawgmol N foot (measure), foot's length
trew N religion
triif N canal
trod N plow
troda V plow
trodtrak N furrow
tromik ADJ light (in weight)
trowng ADJ narrow
trur N faith, loyalty
trurik ADJ faithful, loyal
tugog N language, tongue
tunal N tunnel
tungal N moon
tungalhvil N month
tunla V tunnel
turn N tower
tusa V lease, rent
twal N sling
twalde V get, obtain
twar ADJ deep
twesk N twig
twil N deceit
twila V deceive
twim ADJ warm
twinda V betray
twiv N doubt
twiva V doubt
twivren N doubts
twom N judgment
twoma V judge
twoma sklug V convict
twoma svik V acquit
twomis N judge
ubil N apple
uf PREP under
ufar PREP across, over
ufark ADJ extra, spare
ugar N udder
ul N wool
ulak N doom
ulfar N wolf
un- PREF negation
und PREP up
undir N wonder
undira V wonder
ung ADJ young
ungbarn N infant
-ur SUF forming abstracts
-urd SUF worthy of
urt N vegetable
ut PREP of
ut gwen INT/PRON whose
uttik N descendant
va V be (short form)
va V/ADJ been (part participle of be, short form)
vaar N spring (season)
vaardh CONJ because, since
vaarl N clock
vaarthe V become
vadh N cloth
vadthin N paper
vakna V grow
vakne V wake
val N soul
valnik ADJ round
van N hope
vande V go
vane V hope
Vant N Elothean
Vantish ADJ Elothean
vapan N weapon
vapanfregur N truce
var- PREF after
vard N road
vare V be
varen V/ADJ been (part participle of be, long form)
varfilga V pursue
varfilgis N plaintiff (legal)
vargsi N vine
varl N harvest
varle V harvest
varshe V hinder, prevent
varsidh INT after all
vart ADV/PREP between
vath ADJ little
ve V been (past tense of be, short form)
vebae V weave
vebae slegren V fight in formation with spears
vedh N security
vefir N web
veg N street
vekae V thresh
vekflat N threshing-floor
velae V boil
veln N leaf
Vent N Elotheans
verdh N meal, price
verdhik ADJ costly, expensive
veren V been (past tense of be, long form)
vergae V work
veshae V wind, wrap
vewgar N wing
vigan N war
viidh N hunt
viidha V hunt
viik ADJ weak
viika V fight
viikalar V/N fighting (gerund of fight)
viikbardh N battle-ax
viikur N rivalry (of competitive spirit)
vikt N food
vin N wine
vinber N grape
vindir N storm
vir PRON we, us
virbraeka V pillage, plunder, sack (a city)
virgaabe V recite
virhendae V befall, come to pass
virhlake V deride, laugh at, mock
virmark PRON our, ours
virsoka V storm a city
virtos PRON ourselves
vist N stall
vith N expense, cost
vitha V cost
vitoth N law, statute
vitthing N court of law
vlita V look
volta V roll
vorn N bear
vosa V know
voth ADJ insane, mad, crazy
vowk ADJ wet, damp
vowr N lip
vula V boil
vut ADV/PREP at
vut- PREF at
vutmundik ADJ ready
wrang ADJ wrong
wrikla V change
-(w)rit SUF craftsman
wroka V accuse

Numbers

# Cardinal
("two")
Ordinal
("second")
Adverb
("twice")
Multiplicative
("double")
1 dan danrum dangig danka
2 twon twonrum twongig twonka
3 drin drinrum dringig drinka
4 kwart kwartrum kwartgig kwartka
5 gaal gaalrum gaalgig gaalka
6 shan shanrum shangig shanka
7 hlat hlatrum hlatgig hlatka
8 knof knofrum knofgig knofka
9 twel twelrum twelgig twelka
10 hvad hvadrum hvadgig hvadka
11 hvad cha dan hvad cha danrum hvad cha dangig hvad cha danka
12 hvad cha twon hvad cha twonrum hvad cha twongig hvad cha twonka
20 twovad twovadrum twovadgig twovadka
21 twovad cha dan twovad cha danrum twovad cha dangig twovad cha danka
30 drivad drivadrum drivadgig drivadka
40 kwarvad kwarvadrum kwarvadgig kwarvadka
50 gavad gavadrum gavadgig gavadka
60 shavad shavadrum shavadgig shavadka
70 hlavad hlavadrum hlavadgig hlavadka
80 knovad knovadrum knovadgig knovadka
90 twevad twevadrum twevadgig twevadka
100 (dan) huntaal (dan) huntaalrum (dan) huntaalgig (dan) huntaalka
101 (dan) huntaal dan
110 (dan) huntaal hvad
111 (dan) huntaal hvad cha dan
200 twon huntaal twon huntaalrum twon huntaalgig twon huntaalka
300 drin huntaal drin huntaalrum drin huntaalgig drin huntaalka
1000 (dan) sundi (dan) sundirum (dan) sundigig (dan) sundika
1111 (dan) sundi (dan) huntaal hvad cha dan
9999 twel sundi twel huntaal twevad cha twel

Phrases

Haakish Common
Aal dweere nak. It stood nearby.
Aal dweere nak dath stad. It stood near that place.
Aal nakdweere. It stood nearby.
Ag atbaare berdh kath twon. I bring a pair of axes. (poetic)
Ag atbaare nin twonka ut berdh. I bring a pair of axes.
Ag atbaare twon berdh. I bring two axes.
Ag duthra muna til. I will kiss her; I will be kissing her; I will have kissed her
Ag duthra va monen. I will be kissed; I will be being kissed
Ag duthra ve monen. I will have been kissed (very rarely used)
Ag gana hla en. I would have killed him.
Ag giba nin viikbardh en hind agmark barad atlaath. Today I am giving him a battle-ax for my brother.
Ag gorva hla aal. I could do it (now).
Ag hafe monen til. I have kissed her. (very rarely used)
Ag hafe til monen. I have kissed her. (rarely used)
Ag hefe monen til. I had kissed her. (very rarely used)
Ag hefe til monen. I had kissed her. (rarely used)
Ag kewpe nin twonka ut glif. I bought a pair of gloves.
Ag mana til. I kissed her; I was kissing her; I have kissed her; I had kissed her
Ag mata gorva aal. I was able to do it (in the past).
Ag mota gorva aal. I can do it; I am able to do it
Ag muna til. I kiss her; I am kissing her; I do kiss her; I will kiss her
Ag skunda hla, hvin ag vare hla darg. I would hurry, if I were you.
Ag va monen. I am kissed; I am being kissed
Ag vande dwer. I should go.
Ag ve monen. I was kissed; I was being kissed; I have been kissed; I had been kissed
Agmark tolnur!, Agmark! You're welcome!
Atbaare sa chaan mown at smidh atlaath. Bring the new ore to the smith today.
Duga ag ga smedstad. Help me in the forge.
En atbeere sa hraan mown sa smidh igarlaath. He brought the clean ore to the smith yesterday.
En thaga enmark berdh cha en vende ganat kaal cha en kargsnapa nin iik. He took his ax, and he went into the forest, and he cut down an oak.
En thaga nin berdh cha nin hamar cha nin sisil cha nin snar stedh. He took an ax and a hammer and a saw and a small anvil.
En vare nak. He is near.
En vare nak hol. He is near the cave.
Enren taka kath huntaal. They came by the hundreds.
Ewn gorva dath. Don't do that.
Ewn gorva dath chek. Don't do that now.
Ewn gorva dath ewn. Do not do that!
ga drift in the gallery
ga sa drift in the gallery
Gwor darg gorva gwal? What are you doing?
Gwor sa kweln hrare enmark galdenisren du turn chek? Is the enemy moving his soldiers against the tower now?
Gwor vir mate hot? When do we eat?
Sa galdenisren viika kath dan. The mercenaries are fighting individually.
Sa ordhis giba shot nin sundika ut flinren at enmark sverfilisren. The general will soon give to his archers a thousand arrows.
Sa ordhis giba shot sundi flinren at enmark sverfilisren. The general will soon give to his archers a thousand arrows.
Tika at arnin! Welcome!
Til attika atmaarg. She will arrive tomorrow.
Til Debru. She is a Dwarf.
Til thiga nin mint hind tilmark kild faar sa shodh. She took a coin from the purse for her child.

Names Derived From Haakish

Places

Place Etymology
Arncharn Shel arn- iron + charn star + shel mountains
Arnshal Keep
Arnshal Road
arn- iron + shal mountain
Aws Munar aws east + munar mouth
Biiskbowr River biisk- bitter + bowr beer
Borg Kwarf borg city + kwarf square
Dabrushin Mine Dabrush Dwarven
Dadzi's Skrawt Stal skrawt jewelry + stal shop
Eldar Stof eldar fire + stof room
Elding Gwilt elding barbarian + gwilt guild
Forfedhdar forfedh- ancestor + dar land
Fornsted forn- old + sted town
Gatikalar Stof gatikalar entering + stof room
Glan Gulth glan rain + stof room
Gwel Stof gwel green + stof room
Haalikshal Highway haalik- sacred + shal mountain
(erroneously translated as "Sky Road")
Harst Haalm harst top + haalm home
Hawst Tarshar hawst autumn + tarshar aunt
Hawstkaal Road hawst- autumn + kaal forest
Hibarnhvidar hibarn- winter + hvidar white
Himineldar Shel himin- sky + eldar fire + shel mountains
Hivdar Stof hvidar white + stof room
Hvairn's Showldh Stal showldh shield + stal shop
Kvafelar Stof kvafelar drinking + stof room
Kwar Stof kwar blue + stof room
Kwarlog kwar- blue + log flame
Lewkar Ang lewkar river + ang property
Lewkar Awg lewkar river + awg eye
Liirewsag River liir- mud + iwsag water
Midhik Haalm midhik middle + haalm home
Nenav Dalar nenav heavens + dalar valley
Ram Viikalar ram arm + viikalar fighting
Rawdh Stof rawdh red + stof room
Rendstaan -staan stone
Sang Munar sang west + munar mouth
Sarv Stof sarv armor + stof room
Sawstwar Lake saws- lake + twar deep
Shal Hrot shal mountain + hrot roof
Shal Turn shal mountain + turn tower
Tawkisik Stof tawkisik leader + stof room
Tivshowldh Mountains tiv- god + showldh shield
Tontawr Tunal tontawr grandfather + tunal tunnel
Tov'Meod site of a famous Dwarven victory
(not Haakish but listed in dictionary)
Tunal tunal tunnel
Turn Stedh turn tower + stedh anvil
Vigan Stof vigan war + stof room
Viikalar Stof viikalar fighting + stof room

People

Name Etymology
Garnaal Arnskeg garnaal acorn + arn- iron + skeg beard
Stedh stedh anvil
Svarsesh Kveldskisk svarsesh butterfly + kveld- evening + skisk dew
Tungal tungal moon

Titles

Title Etymology
Balvbaaris balv- pain + baaris bearer
Grewd Leknis grewd blood + leknis healer
Haalik Showldh haalik sacred + showldh shield
Hamar ut Sverth hamar sacred + ut of + sverth honor
Helkthigis helkthigis empath
Karaagel karaag- rock + gel like
Khalkild khal- stone + kild child
Khalmag khal- stone + -mag son of
Khalnag khal- stone + -nag daughter of
Magas magas son
Nagen nagen daughter
Paergrimis paer- boot + grimis biter
Vath Kild vath little + kild child

Items and Materials

Item Etymology
dwalgim dwal- foolish + gim gem
eldring eldring lightning, electricity
knarn fur knarn rose
logtugog log- flame + tugog tongue
sterak axe sterak strong
svelae svelae gleam
uthamar ut- of + hamar hammer

Spells and Enchantments

Spell Etymology
Mirkik Sokis mirkik dark + sokis seeker

Sources

Vocabulary

Grammar