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Naumariav Words

New Marian is the tongue of the Haeseni and the official language of the Kingdom of Haense. It may also be referred to as naumariav depending on who you may talk to. It is a mixture of the old Raevir Botch and Old Marian languages, occurring following the influx of Raevir migrants in former Hansetian lands, though is grammatically and linguistically both rooted in Old Marian. New Marian is roughly analogous to a real-life mixture of Slavic and Germanic languages.

  • Hello - Prevja
  • Goodbye - Dravi
  • Thank You - Spasiba

Common Words


Able, To Be - Iae; Act, To - Atsk; Actor - Atjzy; Air - Lafz; Ambush, To - Kruvnaatsk; And - Ag; Angel - Enkely; Apple - Zanjy; Apply, To - Olyzk; Area - Alueg; Armor - Kursin; Army - Vojshka; Arrow - Ruga; Ask, To - Tiedushtzk; Assume, To - Ivgorae; Attack, To - Naatsk; Aunt - Aedymamej; Axe - Oxte;


Baron - Bossir; Baton - Bulava; Battle, To - Bottezk; Battle (Event) - Bottel; Be, To - Oe; Because - Poryz; Behave, To - Havyjsk; Behavior - Havjin; Belief - Trozich; Believe, To - Trosizk;

          • (Curse) - Keaeur;

Black - Denlichte; Bless, To - Wielkae; Blessing - Wikley; Blood - Sangkruv; Blow, To - Uderzk; Blue - Blauw; Book - Haurulniy; Bow - Pya; Break, To - Mortesk; Bring, To - Routae; Brother (Older) - Sarborsa; Brother (Oldest) - Hausar; Brother (Younger) - Vanborsa; Brother (Youngest) - Haunuv; Brown - Bron; Build, To - Izgrashetsk; But - Den;


Call, To - Wylzk; Captain - Kossin; Care, To - Ozinae; Castle - Kasstel; Cat - Eka; Chop, To - Luekae; Church - Lendyy; City - Burg (Suffix); Clean - Jov; Cloud - Olwolk; Coal - Kol; Cold - Kholv; Collect, To - Samltsk; Come, To - Triek; Control, To - Vlashtsk; Cook, To - Ulizysk; Count, To - Elvesk; Count (Tally) - Elvekzy; Count (Title) - Komit; County - Komitzem; Cousin - Coz; Crown, To - Korinatsk; Crown - Krawn; Cry, To - Losae;


Daughter - Mametvas; Day - Hag; Dead, To Be - Tuosk; Death – Maan; Defend, To - Zakisk; Demand, To - Kyghyntae; Destroy, To - Gzyvisk; Die, To - Tuek; Different - Ekov; Dirt - Kvesja; Do, To - Voe; Dog - Mirteir; Drink, To - Trinkets; Drink - Kene; Dry, To - Fvesizk; Dry - Fver; Duchy - Herz; Duel, To - Venizk; Duel - Vental; Dwarf - Bort; Dampen, To - Walasizk;


Eat, To - Laangask; Elbow - Zera; Elf - Malzy; Emperor - Valtakoeng; Empire - Valtzem; Empress - Valtakoenas; Enable, To - Jarviyk; Enemy - Feinvrag; Enjoy, To - Ennesk; Enjoyment - Enest; Era - Aepock; Examine, To - Yajesae; Explore, To - Shadork;


Face - Fabo; Fair – Syr; Fall, To - Lafsk; Father - Papej; Feel, To - Cyszk; Fight, To - Fitsk; Fire - Vatragan; Fix, To - Mondae; Flower - Blauwm; Forest - Weld; Free, To - Planegizk; Friend - Komyn;

        • (Curse) - Skuke;


Get, To - Erhae; Go, To - Vy; God (Formal) - Godan; God (Informal) - Got; Gold - Arany; Goodbye - Dravi; Grab, To - Humovsk; Grandfather - Hauchpapej; Grandmother - Hauchmamej; Greater - Hauch (Prefix); Green - Verer; Grey - Grais; Group - Kaiyer; Guard - Kursain;


Haeseni (Adjective) - Haenzi; Haeseni (People) - Edlervik; Hammer - Hamar; Have, To – Zwe; He - Lapae; Hello - Prevja; Her - Epaem; Herself - Epaev; Higher - Aest (Prefix); Him - Lapaem; Himself - Lapaev; Hinder, To - Handork; Hold, To - Drazativsk; Holy - Pyhol; Home - Ildan; Honor, To - Caezk; Honor - Karos; Horse - Duniy; House (Building) - Bodr; House (Family) - Haes; Human - Maen;


I - Ea; If – Ter; Infant (Female) - Nauvan; Infant (Male) - Nauvein; In - Iv; Iron - Ibor; It (Objective) - Supaem; It (Subjective) - Supae; Itself - Supaev;


Joke, To - Umysk; Joke - Umyj; Justice - Sparveed;


Keep, To - Eipae; Kha - Karagar; Kill, To - Dercurvsk; Kingdom - Kongzem; King - Koeng; Knight - Kossar;


Lake - Lyy; Land - Lund; Lesser - Lauld (Prefix); Like, To - Lisoemsk; Live, To - Lanzsk; Long - Bej; Lord/Duke - Herzen; Loud - Uld; Lower - Wauld (Prefix);


Make, To - Erre; Margrave - Margravir; Master - Meyster; Me - Eam; Month - Masz; Moon - Nikul; Moose - Karboe; Mother - Mamej; Mountain - Burk; Mouse - Moosz; Move, To (Backward) - Nache Verne; Move, To (Forward) - Nache Derne; Myself - Eav;


Name - Maan; Need, To - Baucsk; New - Nau (Prefix); No - Nie; Nose - Naasz;


Ocean - Haulyy; Offer, To - Dennenae; Old - Seno (Prefix); Only – Bar; Open, To - Osterae; Orange - Naarang; Orc - Ork; Ourselves - Aseretev; Out - Raez;


Palace - Prikaz; Palm - Palem; Perish, To – Zanyotsk; Persist, To – Petravezk; Pink - Swietzen; Play, To - Joetek; Please, To - Balimae; Please - Balyzm; Poem - Stanz; Poet - Stranniy; Pour, To - Haldae; Prince - Prinzen; Princess - Prinzenas; Protect, To - Krusae; Purple - Velvitz;


Queen - Koenas; Question, To - Vestinae; Question - Vestiya;


Rain - Brein; Read, To - Velsk; Reader - Velskir; Realize, To - Ushink; Realm - Birodal; Red - Rot; Release, To - Laujisk; Request, To - Anmok; River - Stratlyy;


Sad - Odani; Same - Akov; Say, To - Loe; Scroll - Ruln; Sex, To Have - Fablusk; She - Epae; Shield - Duyv;

        • (Curse) - Skravi;

Silent - Grav; Similar - Ayekov; Sing, To - Zinsk; Sister (Older) - Sendye; Sister (Oldest) - Hausen; Sister (Younger) - Vasye; Sister (Youngest) - Lauvas; Song - Soeng; Son - Padrevar; Speak, To - Jeazik; Spear - Szar; State (Nation) - Zem; Steal, To - Shtenae; Stone - Sten; Stop, To - Pvitenk; Straight - Strat; Strength - Poschtol; Strike, To - Trazk; Strong - Raat; Sun - Ovesy; Swear, To (Curse) - Jeresk; Swear, To (Oath or Promise) - Privesk; Sword - Zvaerd;


Test, To - Plazisk; Test - Plais; That - Zwyen; Them - Asuaeretem; Themselves - Usaeretev; Then - Huil; These - Zwyzi; They - Usaer; Think, To - Derae; This - Zwy; Those - Wyzoren; Though - Est; Thought - Derij; Through - Statry; Time - Becen; To - Va; Town - Kev (Suffix); Tree - Drvogg;


Uncle - Aedypapej; Understand, To - Shashek; Us - Aseretem;


Victory - Vikty; Village - Ko (Suffix);


Want, To - Velyae; Warrior - Oxtzen; Water (Fresh Water) - Jolye; Water (Salt Water) - Vaesz; We - Asere; Week - Tessev; Wet - Walic; What - Was; When - Wann; Where - Warae; Which - Tieg; White - Lichte; Whose - Dieren; Who - Weo; Why - Warum; Wind - Vatar; Wine - Anniz; Wool - Vun; Work, To - Zalibask; Would – Byk; Write, To - Lekonsk;


Year - Ehr; Yellow - Geld; Yes - Ai; You (Objective) - Team; You (Subjective) - Tea; Yourself - Teav;


Personal Subjective Pronouns

I - Ea (EE-yah)

You - Tea (TEE-yah)

He - Lapae (Lap-yah)

She - Epae (ap-yah)

It - Supae (sup-yah)

We - Asere (A-sar-ey)

They - Usaer (U-sar)

Personal objective Pronouns

Me - Eam (EE-yam)

You - Team (TEE-yam)

Him - Lapaem

Her - Epaem

It - Supaem

Us - Aseretem

Them - Usaeretem

Reflexive Pronouns

Myself - Eav

Yourself - Teav

Himself - Lapaev

Herself - Epaev

Itself - Supaev

Ourselves - Aseretev

Themselves - Usaeretev


And - Ag

But - Den

In - Iv


Possessive Pronouns Please Note: New Marian does not have possessive pronouns. Possession is instead displayed on the noun itself. For example, we will use the word Ildan- House

My - [Noun] plus -i (Example: Ildani - My house)

Your - [Noun] plus -ei

His/Her - [Noun] plus -o

Their - [Noun] plus -eo (Example: Ildaneo - Their house)


Armor - Kursin

Axe - Oxte

Blood - Sangkruv

Captain - Kossin

Castle - Kastell

Clean- Jov

Cloud - Olwolk

Duke/Lord - Herzen

Enemy - Feinvrag

Flower - Blauwm

Forest - Weld (in names, commonly spelled Wald, i.e. Rothswald)

Fire - Vatragen

God (Formal) - Jove (i.e. The Creator)

God (Informal) - Got (i.e. Those warriors were the gods of combat)

Guard - Kursain

Home - Ildan

In front of, before - Vor

Name - Maan

Realm - Birodal

Year - Ehr


Sword - Zvaerd

Warrior - Oxtzen

Salt Water-Vaes

Fresh Water - Jolye

Lake - Lae

Ocean - Hauchlae

Pond/Small puddle of water - Lauldlae

River - Stratlae

Rivia - Rivland

Male Infant - Nauvein

Female Infant - Nauvan





Black - Denlichte

Blue - Blauw

Brown - Bron

Green - Verer

Grey - Grais

Red - Rot

Yellow - Geld

White - Lichte


Please Note: The New Marian counting system is based on twelve, not ten like Common, Auvergne, and other human languages. This is a relic of influence from the ancient Gautr, who introduced the ancient northerners to the first writing and counting system.

One - Auwn

Two - Zwien

Three - Dres

Four - Vaur

Five - Sieg

Six - Zeg

Seven - Zelv

Eight - Aicht

Nine - Nien

Ten - Den

Eleven - Arvin

Twelve - Dwolv

Thirteen - Dwolaun

Fourteen - Dwolwien

Fifteen - Dwolres

Sixteen = Dwolvaur

Seventeen - Dwolsieg

Eighteen - Dwolzeg

Nineteen - Dwolzelv

Twenty - Dwolaicht

Twenty-one - Dwolnien

Twenty-two - Dwolden

Twenty-three - Dwolarvin

Twenty-four - Dvadt

Twenty-five - Dvadtaun

Twenty-six - Dvadtwien

Twenty-seven - Dvadtres

Twenty-eight - Dvadtvaur

Twenty-nine - Dvadtsieg

Thirty - Dvadtzeg

Thirty-one - Dvadtzelv

Thirty-two - Dvadtaicht

Thirty-three - Dvadtnien

Thirty-four - Dvadtden

Thirty-five - Dvadtarvin

Thirty-six - Dwyn


Verbs work the same as the possessive pronouns in that they denote who is doing the deed via their ending (i.e. Spanish and other romance languages). To make things simple, typical verbs only have one set of endings, although there are some irregular verbs which will be listed too.


I… - [Verb]plus -mar

You… - [Verb] plus -mavre

He/She/It… - [Verb] plus var

We… - [Verb]plus marv

You all… - [Verb] plus mavrez

They… - [Verb] plus varev


I [Verb] plus -ed


To come - triek

To swear (an oath or promise) - privesk

To swear (curse) - Jeresk

To kill - Dercurvo

To play - Joeteo

To protect - Krusae

To move forward- Nache Derne

To move backwords- Nache Verne


To be - oe

  • I am - omar
  • You are - omavre
  • He/She/It is - ovare
  • We are - Omarv
  • You all are - Omarev
  • They are - Ovarev

To do - voe

  • I do - vormar
  • You do - Vorev
  • He/She/It does - Vorar
  • We do - Vormarev
  • You all do - Vorevez
  • They do - Vorarev

To make - erre

  • I make - Emar
  • You make - Emev
  • He/She/It makes - Erar
  • We make - Ermarev
  • You all make - Ermez
  • They make - Erarev


Formal Names


Ada - f - feminine form of Audemar;

Adelajda (c: Adelheid) - f - from Old Raev ‘Adelj’ and ‘e-id’ meaning ‘kin of aengul, kin of daemon’;

Adolf (c: Adolphus) - m - from Felxio ‘Adolphina’ meaning ‘conviction, to be convicted’;

Adolfa (c: Adolphia) - f - feminine form of Adolf;

Adryana (c: Adriana) - f - feminine form of Arjen;

Alberta - f - feminine form of Albert;

Albert - m - from Gauntr ‘Al’ and Early Hansetian ‘Beart’ meaning ‘honoured guest, respectable guest’;

Aldrik - m - from Early Hansetian ‘Allrik’ meaning ‘honoured son of king, to be honoured or cherished’;

Aleksandr (c: Alexander) - m - from Flexio ‘Alexia’ meaning ‘diligence, prudence, to remain strong in a goal’;

Aleksandra (c: Alexandra) - f - feminine form of Aleksandr;

Aleksey (c: Alexius) - m - from Flexio ‘Alexia’ meaning ‘diligence, prudence, to remain strong in a goal’;

Aleksiya (c: Alexis) - f - feminine form of Aleksey;

Analiesa (c: Annaliesse) - f - from Auvergnian ‘Amalias’ meaning ‘cold river, calming river’;

Andrik, Andrey (c: Andrew) - m - from Early Hansetian ‘Arnrik’ meaning ‘honest son or king, to be honest or wise’;

Angelika (c: Angelica) - f - from Flexio ‘Aengul’;

Anna (c: Anne) - f - from Gauntr ‘Ana’ meaning ‘beautiful, cute, one of beauty’;

Anton (c: Anthony) - m - from Flexio ‘Atonius’ meaning ‘hard-grip, sword-armed, to wield a sword’;

Antoniya (c: Antonia) - f - feminine form of Anton;

Arik (c: Eric) - m - from Gauntr ‘Rik’ meaning ‘son or king, to be a child’;

Arika (c: Erica) - f - feminine form of Arik;

Arjen (c: Adrian) - m - from Flexio ‘Hadriasis’ meaning ‘from Adricho, a man of Adricho’;

Arn (c: Arius) - m - from Felxio ‘Anarius’ meaning ‘clean, bald, lacking hair, to be bald’;

Audemar - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Aulidmaer’ meaning ‘red-haired son, ginger son’;

August (c: Augustus) - m - from Flexio ‘Augusia’ meaning ‘glorious, champion, lord, distinguished individual’;

Augusta - f - feminine form of August;


Baldemar (c: Baldwin) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Balidmaer’ meaning ‘long-nosed or wide-nosed son’;

Barbara - f - feminine form of Barbov;

Barbov, Barbas (c: Barnabas) - m - from Old Raev ‘Barnevb’ meaning ‘black crow, seer of future, crow of future-seeing or premonitions’;

Bernard - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Berenarid’ meaning ‘red-haired, ginger-haired’;

Bogdan (c: Theodosius) - m - from Old Raev ‘Ogzdyn’ meaning ‘preacher of the heavens, preacher of the words of the scrolls’;

Bogdana, Feodosiya (c: Theodosia) - f - feminine form of Bogdan;

Boldizar (c: Balthasar) - m - from Akritian ‘Balthasias’ meaning ‘eagle, righteous, of righteous intent’;

Boris - m - from Waldorvian Raev ‘Borysz’ meaning ‘brother of Brz’;

Branimar (c: Brandon) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Beranimaer’ meaning ‘red-haired or fiery son’;


Cecilya (c: Cecilia) - f - from Flexio ‘Secilia’ meaning ‘serene, tranquil’;


Darusz (c: Darius) - m - from Flexio ‘Danarius’ meaning ‘full-haired, furry, to be covered with hair or fur’;

Demitrey, Demitriyus (c: Demitrius) - m - from Old Raev ‘Dmitr’ meaning ‘chosen of the heavens, chosen by the spirits’;

Diedrik (c: Dietrich) - m - from Gauntr ‘Drrik’ meaning ‘knowledge son or king, intelligent son’;


Edmund - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Estamonde’ meaning ‘clear-minded, of sound mind, to be right state’;

Edvard (c: Edward) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Estewarid’ meaning ‘blonde-haired, golden-haired’;

Edvarda (c: Edwarda) - f - feminine form of Edvard;

Edwin - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Estewenin’ meaning ‘golden-handed, thirfty’;

Eleanora (c: Eleanor) - f - from Akritian ‘Eleanosis’ meaning ‘enlightened one, smart daughter’;

Elizaveta (c: Elisabeth) - f - from Waldorvian Raev ‘Lizativetaya’ meaning ‘apple-picker, farmer of apple orchids’;

Elreden (c: Aelius) - m - from Flexio ‘Aela’ meaning ‘sun, solar fires’;

Emma (c: Amelia) - f - from Flexio ‘Amia’ meaning ‘love’;

Ernst (c: Ernest) - m - from Gauntr ‘Ernst’ meaning ‘doer of good deeds, maker of good fortunes’;

Everard - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Ebewarid’ meaning ‘brown-haired’;


Feliska (c: Felixa) - f - feminine form of Feliskey;

Feliskey (c: Felix) - m - from Flexio ‘Flexia’ meaning ‘language, script, the words of a people’;

Feodor (c: Theodore) - m - from Old Raev ‘Odor’ meaning ‘smith, blacksmith, forger of metals’;

Feodora (c: Theodora) - f - feminine form of Feodor;

Filip (c: Philip) - m - from Flexio ‘Philia’ meaning ‘love, compassion, care’, also derived from one of Horen’s five companions Philip;

Fiske (c: Ferdinand) - m - from Gauntr ‘Iskanch’ meaning ‘fisher, man of good catches’;

Franz (c: Francis) - m - from Gauntr ‘Branz’ meaning ‘bronze’;

Franziska (c: Francesca) - f - feminine form of Franz;

Fredrik, Fredek (c: Frederick) - m - from Gauntr ‘Fridrr’ meaning ‘lord, chief’ and Gauntr ‘Erikrr’ meaning ‘brave, stalwart’;

Fredrika (c: Frederique) - f - feminine form of Fredrik;


Georg (c: George) - m - from Early Hansetian ‘Gero’ and ‘Rege’ meaning ‘man of the earth, man of the soil’;

Georgina - f - feminine form of Georg;

Godferik (c: Godfrey) - from Early Common ‘Gotfeere’ meaing ‘God-fearing, inspired by God, inflamed by God’;

Godwin - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Gotweinn’ meaning ‘God-graced, one of God’;

Gustaf (c: Gustave) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Gussavie’ meaning ‘farmer, worker of the fields’;


Heinrik, Henrik (c: Henry) - m - from Gauntr ‘Hrinrik’ meaning ‘cherished son, beloved king, to be loved’;

Hektor (c: Hector) - m - from Akritian ‘Ecos’ meaning ‘martial wisdom’;

Helaine (c: Helen) - f - from Old Raev ‘ Helayanez’ meaning ‘tender the holy hearth, keeper of the temple’;

Henrietta - f - feminine form of Heinrik;

Hieromar (c: Jerome) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Jeromaer’ meaning ‘quiet son, thoughtful son’;

Hugo (c: Hughes) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Hugueh’ meaning ‘star, shining stone, glimmering’;


Ilya (c: Eli) - m - from Flexio ‘Elius’ meaning ‘one of the sun’;

Ingrid - f - from Auvergenian ‘Inigrisies’ meaning ‘velvet, soft’;

Ipera - f - from Old Raev ‘Ypryza’ meaning ‘teacher, woman of letters’;

Irena (c: Irene) - f - from Akritian ‘Ironais’ meaning ‘woman from Ironia, daughter of Ironia’;

Isaak (c: Isaac) - m - from Old Carnatian ‘Isak’ meaning ‘warrior of the horse, equestrian, lover of the horse and sword’;

Isabel (c: Isabella) - f - from Auvergenian ‘Sabele’ meaning ‘lushious bounties, bountiful fruit’;


Jakob (c: James) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Jameren’ meaning ‘keeper of the stores, quartermaster’;

Jakobina (c: Jacqueline) - f - feminine form of Jakob;

Jan (c: John) - m - from Flexio ‘Iohania’ meaning ‘savior, redeemer, messiah’;

Johanna (c: Joan) - f - feminine form of Jan;

Joren - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Jorena’ meaning ‘seed of the land’;

Josef (c: Joseph) - m - from Flexio ‘Iosepha’ meaning ‘acolyte, believer’;

Josefina (c: Josephine) - f - feminine form of Josef;

Juliya (c: Julia) - f - from Flexio ‘Ulia’ meaning ‘motherly love, motherly compassion’;

Juliyus (c: Julius) - m - masculine form of Juliya;


Kamila (c: Camile) - f - from Auvergenian ‘Samile’ meaning ‘smile, to smile, to grin’;

Karl (c: Charles) - m - from Early Hansetian ‘Karol’ meaning ‘follower of god’;

Karolina (c: Caroline) - f - feminine form of Karl;

Katherina (c: Catherine) - f - from Hunnik Raev ‘Ekat’ meaning ‘grace, purity’;

Kazimar (c: Casimir) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Cassamaer’ meaning ‘strong son, willful son, son of bold intentions’;

Klara (c: Clara, Claire) - f - from Flexio ‘Calaraia’ meaning ‘clarity’;

Klemenita (c: Clementine) - f - feminine form of Klemens;

Klemens (c: Clement) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Celemanse’ meaning ‘preacher, diviner, doer of the divine’;


Lamberta - f - feminine form of Lambert;

Lambert - m - from Gauntr ‘Laam’ and ‘Beart’ meaning ‘honored shepherd, respectable hearder’;

Lazar (c: Lazarus) - m - from Waldorvian Raev ‘Lyzar’ meaning ‘teller of the truth, true’;

Lerald (c: Laurence) - m - from Late Hansetian ‘Lirold’ meaning ‘warrior, fighter’;

Leralina (c: Laurentia) - f - feminine form of Lerald;

Leyopold (c: Leopold) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Lenopool’ meaning ‘settler of the lake’;

Leyopoldina (c: Leopoldina) - f - feminine form of Leyopold;

Lorina (c: Lorena) - f - from Old Raev ‘Loryzna’ meaning ‘sleeper of wolves, denizen of wolves’;

Lothar - m - from Middle Jrentic ‘Luthaer’ or ‘Lothaer’ meaning ‘the man who prays, is holy’;

Ludvik (c: Louis) - m - from Gauntr ‘Lud’ and ‘Vik’ meaning ‘luminous, bright’ and ‘people, race, blood’;

Ludvika (c: Louise, Louisa) - f - feminine form of Ludvik;

Lukas (c: Lucas, Luke) - m - from Flexio ‘Locas’ meaning ‘flower, blooming flower, beautiful flower’;


Margot (c: Margaret) - f - from Gauntr ‘Maarigoet’ meaning ‘virtue of the bear, bravery of the bear’;

Mariya (c: Maria, Mary) - f - feminine form of Marus;

Mark, Mirtok - m - from Old Hansetian ‘Miirokoeln’ meaning ‘follower of Mirtoa’;

Marus (c: Marius) - m - from Early Hansetian ‘Maar-Is’ meaning ‘To do good deeds, to be good’;

Matyas (c: Matthias, Matthew) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Matteweis’ meaning ‘wise one, wise man’;

Mikail (c: Michael) - m - from Flexio ‘Malchaldal’ meaning ‘to protect, to guard, to maintain thoroughly’;

Mikelita (c: Michelle) - f - feminine form of Mikail;

Maya (c. Mia, May) - f - from Flexio ‘Maia’ meaning ‘great, the mother’;


Nadya (c. Nadia) - f - from Hunnik Raev ‘Nadzieja’ meaning ‘hope’;

Nataliya (c: Natalia) - f - from Old Raev ‘Naty’ meaning ‘loved one, cherished one’;

Nikolay, Nikolas (c: Nicholas) - m - from Hunnik Raev ‘Nykoly’ meaning ‘Nikul’s son, one of the sun’;

Nikolita (c: Nicole) - f - feminine form of Nikolay;


Odrin (c: Owyn) - from Early Jrentic ‘Oawain’ meaning ‘leader of men, general, commander’;

Orien (c: Horen) - from Early Jrentic ‘Orena’ meaning ‘homeland, chosen land’;

Otto - m - from Gauntr ‘Ot’ meaning ‘warrior, fighter’;


Pavel (c: Paul) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Pal’ meaning ‘friend, companion’;

Petrysa (c: Petrissa) - f - feminine form of Petyr;

Petyr (c: Peter) - m - from Flexio ‘Petia’ meaning ‘purity, trustworthiness’;

Piya (c: Pius) - m - from Flexio ‘Pitia’ meaning ‘piety, peace’;


Ratibor - m - from Old Levish ‘Ratiibr’ meaning ‘born of the roses, born in the red, born of good fortune’;

Reimar - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Reiseemaer’ meaning ‘rich son, wealthy son, son with much wealth’;

Reinhard - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Arareharid’ meaning ‘fast-footed, quick’;

Reza (c: Theresa) - f - from Flexio ‘Teresia’ meaning ‘chaste’;

Rickard (c: Richard) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Richiharid’ meaning ‘tall, wide-footed’;

Rickarda (c: Richarda) - f - feminine form of Rickard;

Roberta - f - feminine form of Robert;

Robert - m - from Gauntr ‘Rogr’ and ‘Beart’ meaning ‘honored elder, respected priest’;


Sergey (c: Sergius) - m - from Flexio ‘Segies’ meaning ‘bold, rash’;

Sigmar (c: Siguine) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Sigumarid’ meaning ‘divine son, holy son’;

Sigmund, Siegmund (c: Sigismund) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Sigumonde’ meaning ‘blessed mind, divine thinker’;

Siguard - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Siguharid’ meaning ‘wise-mover, clever’;

Sofiya (c: Sophia) - f - from Akritian ‘Sophios’ meaning ‘creation, the moment of creation or genesis’;

Stefaniya (c: Stephanie) - f - feminine form of Stefan;

Stefan - m - from Flexio ‘Stephia’ meaning ‘meek, humility’;

Szitibor - m - from Old Levish ‘Seeziitibr’ meaning ‘born of the sun, born in the air’;


Tatiana - f - from Waldorvian Raev ‘Tatianzya’ meaning ‘sweet, innocent’;

Tibor - m - from Old Levish ‘Tiizbr’ meaning ‘born from man, born from flesh or blood’;

Tomasz, Toma (c: Thomas) - m - from Flexio ‘Tomasia’ meaning ‘wisdom, knowledge, intelligence’;

Tuv, Tuvya (c: Tobias) - m - from Hunnik Raev ‘Tyuv’ meaning ‘golden, rich, wealthy’;


Uhtred - m - from Kvennish ‘Uhaananreed’ meaning ‘those of the mountains, mountain-folk’;


Valdemar (c: Waldemar) - m - from Early Jrentic ‘Walesdenaer’ meaning ‘son of the sea, son of the waves and water’;

Vasila (c: Basila) - f - feminine form of Vasiley;

Vasiley (c: Basil) - m - from Akritian ‘Bazilios’ meaning ‘ruler, keeper of the palace’;

Viktor (c: Victor) - m - from Old Raev ‘Vykz’ meaning ‘victory’;

Viktoriya (c: Victoria) - f - feminine form of Viktor;

Vladrik (c: Vladrick) – m – from Gauntr “Vliidrik’ meaning ‘conqueror, conquering king, warrior son’;


Walther (c: Walter) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Alatharia’ meaning ‘hunter of evil’;

Wilfriche - m - from Gauntr ‘Wilfrich’ meaning ‘willful, powerful’;

Wilfrichita - f - feminine form of Wilfriche;

Wilhelma - f - feminine form of Willem;

Willem, Wilhelm (c: William) - m - from Auvergenian ‘Wille’ meaning ‘learner, student’;


Zerlina - f - from Old Raev ‘Zyrwyclva’ meaning ‘washer of clothes, washer of the fabrics’;

Place Names


Adria - Adriya Adunia - Ildlund Aehey - Ahan Aeldin - Elreden Avalain - Avel (alt: Avelzburg) Ayr - Ayr


Carnatia - Karnetiya Courland - Kuriland Curon - Kuron


Guise - Guyz


Haelunor - Halunlund Haense - Haenz Hanseti - Hanzeh Helena - Helna (alt: Helnzburg)


Irrinor - Irrlund


Kaedrin - Kadrein Khalestine - Kalastein Krugmar - Urkmar Kvasz - Kvasz


Lake Helena - Lyy Helaina Lake Milena - Lyy Milena Lorraine - Lotharigiya


Malinor - Malinzlund


Nenzing - Nenzig New Reza - Nau Reza (alt: Nau Rezanburg) Norland - Nordenlund


Oren - Oresziya


Pruvia - Prusiya


Reza - Reza (alt: Rezanburg) Rhen - Renya

River Karov - Karo Strat

River Roden - Roden Strat

River Ruber - Rubor Strat

Rubern - Rubern

Ruska - Ruzi


Savoy - Savenza

Suffonia - Sufena

Sutica - Sutiklund


Urguan - Wurgya


Ves - Vezna (alt: Geltenburk, literally ‘The Golden Mountain’)

Vintas - Vintez

Viraker - Kervenlund