Sylvan (Titanian)

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Common Titanian Sylvan
acceptable mara
acorn Mia
adult hanu
adventure caure
adventurer caurena
afraid rucin
after Sali
agile ataformaiti
alcohol miru
all Beleb
ally El
alone Mim
also yando
although omu
And O
anger, wrath ruseah
angry rusay
animal Silumni
any illi
arm Mieme
armed macil
armor turma
arrow pilin
as ve
assassin unquale
aunt atara
autumn Tu
back (of torso ) ponti
bad Ukkutae
balance meiva
bandit kishedan
bartender yulnaedan
battle ohta
beautiful vanima
beer limpe
behind (preposition) ahtar
before suli
between toot
big mil
blade naica
book kutaeminbeb
border rima
boring ujere
both yuuyo
boy seldo
bow quinga
branch mie
brave ement
bright vehir
broken ukt
brother toror
bush alda
But ka
by, near ed
can / able fima
chest, container mik
chest, torso ambos
child mirfae
city milvonkel
cold vuk
comfortable tiuta
correct nanwa
Council maqua
cousin selen
Damn! Iga
danger gio
dangerous falafay
dark mori
darkness yuma
daughter tinu
day Al
death Kutae
defense yuma
dew rosse
dragon sgiathatch
drink yulna
dry kele
dwarf, dwarven naug
earth Vo
either var
Elf (sing.), Elven edhel
elven (language) edhelshina
eternity oria
ever oio
exciting caurin
expensive yaka
Face anta
Fall lanta
family nosse
fast mahar
father Fenmaer
female Fe
field lad
finger minsei
fire kut
fish lingwe
flower se
food ela
foot mivormin
for he
forest kel
forever saliysuli
forsaken hecil
friend mellon
friendly havera
from ye
fruit mir
full of acqua
full quanta
fun sile
gem leuthil
girl wendi
god, deity tomay
gold (metal?) Lirn
gold (color?) Vorai
good Faele
goodbye maramesta
grass Ne
grass (tall) Na
gratitude, thanks ninfa
grove Ke
hair findl
half perta
hand miemin
happy naia
haven, safe place lond
He/She ro/re
healthy faecoi
heart corm
her he
here Vakel
hers he
Hey! ey!
high vele
hill/mountain amon
him ho
his/its ho/ta
house of kralt
house Kal
house (noble) Kral
How sut
human edan
hungry elaf
husband verno
I wimi / ni
if manka
in Pe
inner yassene
in the e'i'
journey lema
keep (small castle) chomikard
king Fenler
kingdom (f) Rie
kingdom (m) Rien
Land of... ndoren'
last tella
leaf Min
leg Mivome
left (direction) hyarya
less Nu
library Kalvarkutaeminbebib
life Fae
light Li
little ("a little bit") ai
long an
Look out! en n'e
Low volo
magic Fer
magical templa
make boogba
male Fen
many Beb
maybe/perhaps laylai
me be
metal Vor
mine haba
missing oevardi
moon Luvese
more No
mortal Kutarirfe
most yotiray
mother Femaer
mother-in-law atara
much/many nir
music Selui
name Yal
neice javakota
neither rine
nephew javakoten
never nayho
new Sear
next ento
night Ul
No Ho
Not U
now fliji
nut Miu
ocean Elb
of var
off vur
Oh no! Ai ho!
OK! cha'na
old Satuku
on ver
once ero
on the no'i'
Or I
Orc orqu
Order sederay
ours lye
out Po
outer eruumea
outside Velvo
over Vel
passage tarna
pattern Liverel
petal Sei
pleasant, nice pelkel
pollen Fealeai
poor hokelay
potion seiel
power val
queen Feler
quickly mohiray
rain Siluelve
raven mordulin
re- (to do again) je-
rich alya
right (direction) forya
river Siluel
road, i.e. way of passage malle'
root Mivo
Sea ear
season zaminay
seed Sea
shadow dae
she fea
shield tinechor
short ai
sick faeli
silver (metal?) Lir
silver (color?) Vorih
sister seler'
sky Ve
slow loti
slowly lotitay
small Il
smart noldo
snow losa
so ikotane
something medovay
son utinu
song Salif
sorceress (unseelie) Ferfe or Ferife
sorceress (seelie) Fefer or Feferi
Sorcery Ferfae or Faefer
sorry namo
sound Seluin
spice zunia
Spring Le
star Vese
stranger garthod
stem Sep
stone Von
stronghold, castle chomikvonel
stupid topayshi
Summer La
sun Veli
sword Mie'Lorvor
tavern, inn faav
teacher/mentor meray
than kemu
thank you dotasho
that, which tanya
the -s (added to the end of the word)
theirs ront
them sen
there eller
They ron
thing nat
thirsty Elef
this sina
thorn lo
time Silualbe
time (long) Siluelvaralbe
tired aiyefo
To Y
Toe Mivosei
Tomorrow Salali
tourist tayar
town, ostar
trade (noun) manika
traveller solenso
tree Mi
Twilight Alul
ugly uvanima
uncle fenond
undead moterand
under Vol
us lye
very sai
wall ram
watcher, guard shamaya
water El
way men
We lye
weak holati
weapon lor
Welcome creoso
Wet Ele
What mani
When iire
Where manke
whether ayloh
while re'na
Who ya
Why mankoi
wife verne
wind sul
wine sileel
Winter Uk
with neal
Wizard Ferivar Kutaeminbeb
Wizard (shortened) Ferivar'Kaebeb
wizardry Fer var Kutaeminbed
(adult female)
wonderful elmenda
wrong raika
year lele
Yes soolna
yesterday saluli
yet am'
you (pl) ba
you ma
young sear
yours (pl) lle
yours lle

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Titanian Sylvan

The fey of Avlis not created by O'Ma were created by a goddess named Titania. The version of Sylvan spoken by her people will usually have much more in common with its equivalent from other worlds, planes and game settings than other avlissian languages because she brought this with her. However over time this language has been modified and adapted to Avlis becoming influenced by Nanshilae and through the dynamics of language evolution. In this latter case the avlissian languages that Titanian Sylvan has influenced such as fairy common and Avlissian Sylvan.

Titanian Sylvan is primarily used as a court language. Conservatives in the Titanian community, particularly well placed unseelie fey, will grouse about the diminished status of their primary tongue but will understand, even if they refuse to admit, that this is simply the reality of their lives on avlis.

This language is not complete in grammar or a unified, consistent word list. It does provide a base for further development of this language and by extension other Titanian languages. Should this language ever be completed it would not be incorrect to use its modified vocabulary list to make changes to the fairy common languages vocabulary. Since fairy common and avlissian titanian are both based on Nanshilae grammar that aspect of those two languages should not change since the grammar of titanian sylvan will be unique to it, and the titanian languages it inspires.


  • black seok
  • blue Ae
  • green Ei
  • orange teeo
  • red Ea
  • white Ih
  • brown Eatu
  • purple roga
  • yellow Ai


1st Person:

  • I - me
  • We - lye

2nd Person:

  • You - ma
  • You -ba

3rd Person:

  • He/She - Fena/Fea
  • They - ron

Indirect pronouns:
  • me Ei
  • you Ma
  • him Bena
  • her Bea
  • us Lye
  • you (pl) Mab
  • them(f) Feab
  • them(m) Fenab

Showing possession:

  • My (Mine) Mel (Bel)
  • Your (Yours) Mal (Bal)
  • Her (Hers) Feal (Beal)
  • His (His) Fenal (Benal)
  • Its Voal (Boal)

  • Our (Ours) Meal (?)
  • Your (Yours) Mabel (Babel)
  • Theirs (f) Feabel (Beabel)
  • Theirs (m) Fenabel (Benabel)

Examples "My tree" would be "Mel mi" "The tree is mine" would be "Mis feli bel"


  • English Sylvan
  • It Voa (Boa)
  • We (us) Mea (?)
  • You Mab

Questionary words (words you use in questions)

  • Who Ge
  • What Goo
  • Where Gav
  • When Gal
  • Why Gle
  • How Gef

To ask a question without using a question-word, like "Do you dance?", you merely exchange the first letter of the verb into a "G". So the above question would be "Ma Gilu?", which is basically "You dance?"

Verbs Most of the verbs are regular and follow a set pattern. To change the verb to another time, merely add the correct vowel to the end of the word. It's pretty easy, just watch:


  • To Be Fel
  • Is FelI
  • Was FelO
  • Has Been FelU
  • Will Be FelA
  • Being FelIR
  • To Have Miril
  • Has MirilI
  • Had MirilO
  • Have Had MirilU
  • Will Have MirilA
  • Having MirilIR

Plurality Sylvan has a bit more complex plurality rules than English. While English has singular and plural forms, Sylvan has singular, dual and plural. Which means that you have separate versions of "A tree", "Two trees" and "Many trees".

Singular: As written. "A tree" is merely "Mi", as listed in the dictionary.

Dual: A "-p" is added to the end of the word. "A petal" is "Sei", while "Two petals" becomes "Seip". If the word ends in "p", you add "-ip" instrad. This is also the case if the last two letters are already consonants.

Plural:A "-b" is added to the end of the word. "Trees" becomes "Mib". If the word ends on a "b", you add "-ib" instead. This is also the case if the last two letters are already consonants.

Numbers The fey numeric system is based not upon ten, like ours is, but upon five. This means that they count like this: One, two, three, four, five, eleven, twelwe, thirteen, fourteen, etc, so what they call 'eleven' equals what we call six.

The naming system for the numbers is very simple. The numbers one to five have names. The next five numbers have the same names but with a prefix. This prefix changes each five numbers, just like we go from 'twenty' to 'thirty' to 'forty' every ten numbers. Clumsily explained, but perhaps it gets easier to understand by looking at the list:

  • 1 Mimo
  • 2 Mimeb
  • 3 Sesa
  • 4 Sesob
  • 5 Seib
  • 6 NeMimo
  • 7 NeMimob
  • 8 NeSesa
  • 9 NeSesob
  • 10 NeSeib
  • 11 NaMimo
  • 16 NoMimo
  • 21 VeMimo
  • 26 VoMimo
  • 31 LeMimo
  • 36 LoMimo
  • 41 LuMimo
  • 46 LaMimo