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{ Language } Aori

Ruu Darling

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< } Aori { >
Due to its origins in Fae, it is not the easiest language to learn, as it does require practice and exposure. The use of rolling R’s and importance on syllable emphasis means that those that speak exclusively common would struggle to follow its pronunciations. With time anyone is able to learn, as long as they have someone willing to teach them. Only those born of the { Aorian culture } know of the terms since childhood.

This thread is to track the progress and development of the language and
its exposure in-game. All words listed here must be learned through the affected characters and seeing it used once in RP does not warrant enough exposure to know the phrase for those outside the culture.

✥ Nouns

Places
₪ Northern Kingdoms - Reino del Norte
₪ Eastern Kingdoms - Reino oriental
₪ Kingdom - Reino
₪ Land - Tierra
₪ Home - Hogar
₪ House - Casa
₪ Capital - Capital
₪ Kitchen - Cocina
₪ Cellar - Bodega
₪ Room - Habitación
₪ Gallery - Galería
₪ Port - Puerto
₪ Bookstore - Librería
₪ Library - Biblioteca
₪ City - Ciudad
₪ Nation - Nación
₪ Floor - Suelo
₪ Island - Isla
₪ Stream/creek - Riachuelo
₪ Ocean - Oceano
₪ Beach - Playa
₪ Shore - Orilla
₪ Lake - Lago
₪ River - Río
₪ Bathroom - Baño
₪ Church - Iglesia
₪ North - Norte
₪ South - Sur
₪ East - Este
₪ West - Oeste
People
₪ Elder - Anciano
₪ King - Rey (King can be also used in this language)
₪ Queen - Reina (Queen can be also used in this language)
₪ Prince - Príncipe
₪ Princess - Princesa
₪ Peasants - Campesino /a
₪ Servant - Sirviente /a
₪ Lady - Doña {Casual} Dama {Formal} (Lady can be also used in this language, most common)
₪ Mate - Pareja
₪ Friend - Amigo/a
₪ Baby - Bebé
₪ Child - Niño/a
₪ Assassin - Asesino/a
₪ Lord - Don {Casual} Señor {Formal} (Lord can be also used in this language, most common)
₪ Owner - Dueño/a
₪ Master - Maestro/a
₪ Cousin - Primo/a
₪ Brethren - Hermano
₪ Man - Hombre
₪ Woman - Mujer
₪ Mother - Madre
₪ Father - Padre
Aunt - Tia
Uncle - Tio
₪ Grandfather - Abuelo
₪ Elderly man - Don
₪ Grandmother - Abuela
₪ Elderly woman - Doña
₪ Little Girl - Niña/Pequeña (loving)
₪ Daughter - Hija
₪ Little boy - Niño/Pequeño (loving)
₪ Son - Hijo
₪ Brother - Hermano
₪ Sister - Hermana
₪ General - General
₪ Right Hand - Mano Derecha
₪ Advisor - Consejero
₪ Witch - Bruja
₪ Doctor - Doctor/Médico

Things
₪ Weapon - Arma
₪ Armour - Armadura
₪ Sword - Espada
₪ Dagger - Daga
₪ Knife - Cuchillo
₪ Stave - Duela
₪ Wine - Vino
₪ Box - Caja
₪ Object - Objeto
₪ Boat - Bote
₪ Water - Agua
₪ Stone - Piedra
₪ Rock - Roca
₪ Boulder - Roca
₪ Wood - Madera
₪ Log - Tronco
₪ Tree - árbol
₪ Crystal - Cristal
₪ Diamond - Diamante
₪ Quartz - Cuarzo
₪ Silver - Plata
₪ Gold - Oro
₪ Metal - Metal
₪ Iron - Hierro
₪ Steel - Acero
₪ Food - Comida
₪ Coal - Carbón
₪ Fire - Fuego
₪ Cocoa - Cacao
₪ Coffee - Café
₪ Vodka - Vodka
₪ Rum - Ron
₪ Absinthe - Absenta
₪ Beer - Cerveza
₪ Mead - Aguamiel
₪ Hand - Mano
₪ Ash - Ceniza
₪ Tool - Herramienta
Animals
₪ Bee - Abeja
₪ Eagle - águila
₪ Spider - Araña
₪ Wasp - Avispa
₪ Whale - Ballena
₪ Donkey - Burro
₪ Horse - Caballo
₪ Camel - Camello
₪ Crab - Cangrejo
₪ Snail - Caracol
₪ Pig - Cerdo
₪ Deer - Ciervo
₪ Swan - Cisne
₪ Scorpion - Escorpión
₪ Seal - Foca
₪ Hen - Gallina
₪ Rooster - Gallo
₪ Cat - Gato
₪ Swallow - Golondrina
₪ Ant - Hormiga
₪ Wild boar - Jabalí
₪ Wolf - Lobo
₪ Parrot - Loro
₪ Fly - Mosca
₪ Mosquito - Mosquito
₪ Bear - Oso
₪ Sheep - Oveja
₪ Dog - Perro
₪ Penguin - Pingüino
₪ Chick - Pollo
₪ Grasshoppers - Saltamontes
₪ Snake - Serpiente
₪ Bull - Toro
₪ Turtle - Tortuga
₪ Cow - Vaca
₪ Fox - Zorro
✥ Pronouns
Nominative
₪ I - Yo {S} | Nosotros/Nosotras {P}
₪ You - Tú/Vos/Usted {S} | Vosotros/Vosotras/Ustedes {P}
₪ Her - Ella {S} | Ellas {P}
₪ Him - El {S} | Ellos {P}
Accusative/Dative
₪ I/gave me - Me {S} | Nos {P}
₪ You/gave you - Te {S} | Os {P}
₪ Her/gave her - La/Se/Le {S} | Las/Les/Se {P}
₪ Him/gave him - Lo/Se/Le {S} | Los/Les/Se {P}
Genitive/Possessive
₪ Mine - Mío(s)/Mía(s) {S} | Nuestro(s)/Nuestra(s) {P}
₪ Yours - Tuyo(s)/Tuya(s) {S} | Vuestro(s)/Vuestra(s)/Suyo(s)/Suya(s) {P}
₪ Hers - Suyo(s)/Suya(s) {S} | Suya(s) {P}
₪ His - Suyo(s)/Suyas(s) {S} | Suyo(s) {P}
Prepositional
₪ I - Mi {S} | Nosotros/Nosotras {P}
₪ You - Ti/Vos/Usted {S} | Vosotros/Vosotras/Ustedes {P}
₪ Him - El/Si/Ello {S} | Ellos/Si {P}
₪ Her - Ella/Si {S} | Ellas/Si {P}
Comitative
₪ I/with me - Conmigo {S} | Con nosotros/Con nosotras {P}
₪ You/with you - Contigo/Con vos/Con usted {S} | Con vosotros/Con vosotras/Con Ustedes {P}
₪ Him/with him - Con el/Consigo {S} | Con ellos/Consigo {P}
₪ Her/with her - Con ella/Consigo {S} | Con ellas/Consigo {P}


✥ Calendar
Numerals
₪ One - Un / Uno
₪ Two - Dos
₪ Three - Tres
₪ Four - Cuatro
₪ Five - Cinco
₪ Six - Seis
₪ Seven - Siete
₪ Eight - Ocho
₪ Nine - Nueve
₪ Ten - Diez

Days
>> These are names made up to be HollowWorld friendly.
₪ {Monday} Boonday or Blessday - Shalhedas
₪ {Tuesday} Townsday - Korodes
₪ {Wednesday} Thronesday - Valides
₪ {Thursday} Sunderday - Theodas
₪ {Friday} Waterday - Jadas
₪ {Saturday} Fireday - Sallades
₪ {Sunday} Godsend - Grelades
Seasons
{Spring} - Season of Birth - El Nacimiento
{Summer} - Season of Harvest - La Cosecha
{Autumn} - Season of Decay -La Caida
{Winter} - Season of Frost - La Helada

✥ Greetings & Farewells
Hello - Hola
Goodbye - Adios | Chao
Take care - Cuidate
Blessings to you - Bendiciones
Good Morning - Buenos dias
Good Afternoon - Buenas tardes
₪ Goodnight / Goodevening - Buenas noches
₪ See you - Nos vemos {Informal}
₪ See you later / See you soon - Hasta luego (most likely that same day)
₪ See you tomorrow - Hasta mañana
₪ Take care - Cuídate mucho
₪ Have a nice day - Tenga un buen día
₪ Have a good trip - Buen viaje
✥ Basic Sentence/phrases:
Questions
How are you? - Cómo estás? {Casual} Cómo está usted? {Formal}
₪ What's up? - Qué tal? (This is also an informal way of saying "How are you?")
₪ How’s it going? - Cómo te va?
₪ What are you doing? - Qué haces?
₪ What's happening? - Qué pasa?
₪ And you? - Y tú?
₪ What is your name? - Cómo te llamas?
Who? - Quién?
Why? - Por Qué?
Where? - Dónde?
When - Cuándo?
What? - Que?
₪ Which? - Cuál?
₪ How? - Cómo?
Do you understand? - Entiendes?
₪ Where are you from? - De dónde viene?
₪ Where do you live? - Dónde vives?
₪ Can you help me? - Puede ayudarme?
₪ Can I help you? - Podría ayudarle?
₪ How much does it cost? - Cuánto cuesta eso?
₪ What does {word} mean? - Qué significa {word}?
Phrases
₪ Hello, my name is {name} - Hola, me llamo {name} | Hola, mi nombre es {name} | Hola, soy {name} (For a simple introduction)
Excuse me - Disculpe / Disculpame / Perdon
₪ Yes - Si
₪ No - No
₪ Of course - Claro
₪ Maybe - Tal vez
₪ Never - Nunca
₪ Thank you - Gracias
Thank you very much - Muchas gracias
You’re welcome - De nada
₪ Please - Por favor
₪ Sorry - Lo siento
₪ Very well / Very good - Muy bien
₪ Good / Well - Bien
Bless you - Bendito seas
I’m sorry - Lo siento
₪ Oh my god / Oh god - Ay dios mio
₪ I don't understand - No entiendo
I have no idea - No tengo ni idea
I don’t know - No (lo) sé
₪ I'm lost - Estoy perdido
₪ Please - Por favor
₪ Health / Cheers! - Salud (Commonly used as a toast)
₪ Happy Birthday! - Feliz Cumpleaños!
₪ Congratulations! - Felicitaciones!
₪ Bon appetit! - Buen provecho!
₪ Have fun! - Diviértete!
₪ Let's go - Vamonos (To a destination)

Special Thanks to:
Mandres For language adjustment and knowledge
Rossu Aid in changes

Tags:
Mandres Rossu RagingLunacy mokwar Lavilethorn
Notes:
If there are any Spanish speakers, I apologize for any mistakes as I'm still learning lmao. But it would be great if I could get some help with correcting or even help with making this a language IC ^^
let us be spanish
 
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Good thing I took three years of spanish in highschool. After all this time, it will finally pay off, and I can say. . . time well spent.
 
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