Taraitola's Lexemes

Lemma Pronunciation English Synonym Preferred Definition
Tagiga tag-ɪga Fetch the infinitive form of the verb "to fetch".
Tair ta-iɹ Maturity maturity
Tamu tam-ʊ Vengeance righteous vengence
Tamuiga tam-ʊ-ɪga Vengeance to exact righteous vengeance
Taniga tan-ɪga Unwilling the infinitive form of the verb "to be unwilling".
Tar taɹ Person person, primarily used as an ending
Tara taɹ-a Humility humility.
Tarai taɹ-aj People an ending indicating a race of people.
Taraitola taɹ-aj-tow-la Language language, specifically elvish.
Taranele taɹ-an-ɛl-ɛ "Humble Girl"
Tas tas Seed seed.
Tasiga tas-ɪga Feel the infinitive form of the verb "to sense", sometimes "to feel".
Tel tɛl Story any story.
Tellorwen, Melalvai tɛl-loʊɹ-wɛn, mɛl-al-vaj Feaelin Moilar's wife and true love. Literally means: "Peaceful Mischief" and "Beautiful StoryTeller"
Terso təɹ-sow Circle circle.
Thaläir, Mellarwen ɵal-ɐ-iɹ, mɛl-laɹ-wɛn an old friend of Feaelin's. Literally, "Dear Heart DragonLove".
Thalion ɵal-ea-own Dragon dragon.
Thaliwen ɵal-ea-wɛn a queen. "Dragon Woman".
Thea ɵi With equivalent of the english preposition "with".
There ɵəɹ-ɛ Boar boar.
Thoi ɵɔj a prefix basically meaning "the study of" similar to the suffix -ology in english
Thoitola ɵɔj-towla Linguistics The study of language and speech. "linguistics"
Tima tɪ-ma Softness softness.
Timaal tɪ-ma-al Soft soft.
Timaiga tɪ-ma-ɪga Soften the infinitive form of the verb "to soften".
Tior tɪ-oʊɹ Bite bite.
Tioriga tɪ-oʊɹ-ɪga Bite the infinitive form of the verb "to bite".
Tir tiɹ Beginning beginning.
Tir Na Val tiɹ na val heaven. Residence of the gods. "Place of Beginnings".
Tiriga tiɹ-ɪga Begin the infinitive form of the verb "to begin".
Toi tɔj Rod rod.
Tol towl Word word.
Tola towla Speech speech
Toliga towl-ɪga Speak the infinitive form of the verb "to speak".
Tolka towl-ka Voice voice
Tollon towl-lown Poem poem
Tor toʊɹ Cleanliness Cleanliness
Toraldarva toʊɹ-al-daɹ-va 5th day of the week (of 6). Literally "Cleaning Day".
Toriga toʊɹ-ɪga Clean the infinitive form of the verb "to clean".
Tucäte tʊ-tʃɐt-ɛ deciduous tree whose inner bark yields a strong fiber that resembles flax
Tulis tʊ-lɪs Rather...than rather…than.
Turala tɜːɹ-al-a Winter winter.
Turalcä tɜːɹ-al-tʃɐ taritollan equilvalent of January. Literally: Winter's Claw
Turaltior tɜːɹ-al-tɪ-oʊɹ taritollan equilvalent of February. Literally: Winter's Bite.
Turel tɜːɹ-ɛl "Winter Star"
Turlan tɜːɹ-lan "Winter Blossom". An artist.
Turluth tɜːɹ-lʊɵ taritollan equilvalent of December. Literally: Winter's Breath.
Turrok tɜːɹ-rowk "Winter Hunter". A villain.