ta-
diminutive prefix
tabeden
(nII) kid, baby goat
taborn
(nIII) foal, filly, colt
tabrach
(nIII) young dragon
tadashen
(nII) lamb
tadolys
(nII) rather good, passable, all right
taforan
(nII) novice (in a temple)
tagam
(nIII) low, soft (of sound)
tain
(nIII) divine; deity, god, goddess
tal
(nIII) village
talan
(nII) village elder, head of village
talayna
(vi/vt) to whisper
tamustan
(nII) recruit, inexperienced soldier
tamustin
(nIIc) regiment
tamuz
(nIII) kitten
tamyst
(nIII) reddish, ruddy; red-haired
taneas
(nII) trip, jaunt, stroll
tanuti
(nIc) little ones, little kids
taparne
(nI) younger brother, younger sister
tarach
(nIII) gentle wind, breeze
tarashen
(nII) a breeze
tarea
(nI) mastery, mastership
tarhina
(vi) to mess about with boats
tarhinla
(nI) duckling
tarie
(nI) (guild)master
tarn
(nIII) dream
tarna
(vi/vt) to dream
tarnen
(nII) dream, vision
tarsen
(nII) masterpiece; master's test
tarsin
(nIIc) mastery, craftsmanship, competence
tashena
(vi) to shine gently
tate
(nI) father
tate somoch
ancestor
tavalan
(nII) "little king" earl, viceroy
tavalyas
(nII) earldom, principality
tavarzas
(nII) little island
tavensen
(nII) shilling (small silver piece)
tay (1)
when, while, at the moment that
tay (2)
(postp. + loc.) during
tayin
(nII) (tain) divine; deity, god, goddess
telhien
in the evening
telhin
(nII) west; evening
telhyn
(nII) sunset, dusk, twilight
telhyna
(vi) to set (sun); to grow dusk
tern
(nIII) perseverance; persevering, dogged
terna
(vi/vt) to keep at something, to go through with something, to persevere
tin (1)
(subject case) you (singular)
tin (2)
(poss) your (singular)
tine
(subject case) you (singular)
tis
(nIII) service, servitude
tisa
(vi (+ dat.)) to serve, to be in service
tisa, le -
(vr) to serve oneself, to take care of number one
tisan
(nII) servant
Tisan (lea) Airen
the Mighty Servant (head of the Temple of Mizran)
tisyn
(nII) a service
tisyna
(vi (+ dat.)) to do someone a service
torin
(nII) fame, glory; famous, glorious
toryin
(nIIc) glorious deeds, adventures
tray
(nIII) friendship; friendly (+ dat.: with)
traya
(vi) to make friends, to become friendly (+ dat: with)
trayan
(nII) friend, mate, comrade
tris
(nIII) theft; stolen
trisa
(vi/vt) to steal
trisan
(nII) thief
trisin
(nIIc) stolen goods, booty, loot
trisla
(nI) magpie
trud
(nIII) killing, manslaughter
truda
(vt) to kill
tryna
(vt) to trade
trynyas
(nII) market
tum
(nIII) ear
tumsen
(nII) earring, ear-stud
turn
(nIII) thunder; rumbling noise, growl
turna
(vi) to thunder, to rumble, to growl
turnat, lea -
(vImp) it is thundering
tursen
(nII) thunderstorm
tuye
you (honorific singular)
tuyen (1)
(poss) your (honorific singular)
tuyen (2)
you (honorific singular)
tyl
(nIII) metal; iron
tyl bar
horseshoe
tyl duyen
precious metal
tyla
(vi/vt) to work metal, to forge
tylan
(nII) smith
tylan bar
farrier
tylan duyen
silversmith, goldsmith
tylbaran
(nII) (colloquial) farrier
tyli
(nIIIc) ironmongery, hardware
tylsen
(nII) sword
tylsin
(nIIc) weaponry
tylsinan
(nII) armourer
tyras
(nII) jacket, tunic
tys
(nIII) stop, cessation
tysa
(vi/vt) to stop, to cease, to refrain from
tysen
(nII) event that causes a stop, (cause of the) end
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