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Ayleidoon[1] was the main language and writing system of the Ayleids. Ayleidoon was very similar to the Aldmeri Language, as with the other languages of the other races of Mer.[2] [3][4] [5] A great amount was known about Ayleidoon, and a large number of translated words have been recovered since the end of their civilization.

OriginsEdit

Ayleidoon was similar to the Aldmeri Language, just as the other languages of the other races of Mer are.

Known termsEdit

Ayleid NamesEdit

Cities and other LocationsEdit

Individual TitlesEdit

  • "the Fire King"[6]
  • "the Shaper"[6]
  • "the Singer"[6]
  • "the Unfeathered" [9]
  • "of Copper and Tea"[6]

Other TerminologyEdit

TranslationsEdit

AEdit

  • Agea - Lore, Wisdom [3]
  • Atatar - Fatherwoods[10]

BEdit

CEdit

  • Ceyatatar - Shadow of the Fatherwoods[10]
  • Chim-el Adabal - Amulet of Kings[12]

DEdit

GEdit

  • Garlas Agea - Caverns of Lore [3]

HEdit

  • Hectahame - Home of the Exiles [15]

LEdit

  • Laeloria - Throat of Darkness [15]
  • Lipsand Tarn - Soapstone Delve [15]

MEdit

  • Mala - High [11]
  • Malada - High Fane [11]
  • Molavar - Fire Mouth [15]

NEdit

  • Naril Nagaia - Final Death [15]

SEdit

  • Silyanorn - Acorn [15]

PEdit

  • Pelinal - Glorious Knight[16]
  • Pellani - Outsiders [8]

VEdit

WEdit

  • Welkynd - Sky, Heaven, Sky Child[13]

Texts written in AyleidoonEdit

Texts written by scholars with Ayleidoon translationsEdit

TriviaEdit

  • Ayleidoon may be based off of the traditional Gaelic language.[source?]

References


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