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The Tycosian Language (2001)

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The Tycosian Language: This is the percieved language spoken by Justra during Korageth's lifetime, it consists of the words that Kora was able to comphrehend and understand. This word list was created during the time in which I was writting Korageth's original biography, it was designed to represent the language spoken by the creatures and beings of the Tycosian Valley, in short the entire language was simply designed to accompany the (Fictional) story of Korag's life, I am not in any way making any assertions that this is or ever was an actual viable language.

It was fun to make and I admit that I may have believed in it when I created it, but it is mere perception, and is simply on this site for novelty purposes and to enhance the biography of the dragon Korageth and his co-existence alongside the Tycosian wolf Justra.

Words From the Tycosian language.

A - Z

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A

Almoa (Al mo ah) - almost

Amaka (Ah ma kah) - to make

Amakia (Ah ma kia) - Animals

Akali (Ah ka ly) - allie

Amano (Ah mon no) - Bluish

Amnefe (Am ni fey) - Jealousy

Anikosa (Oni kosa) - Beastman

Arnokola (Ar no kola) - Capital of Arconia it means heightened peak.

Ariconis (Ari con nis) - full word for the kingdom of Arconia.

Arikasha (Ah rik sha) - Explorer or Adventurer

Aracadi (Ara cadi ) - A traveling merchant


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B


Bicaro (By caro) - best friend

Befera (Be fera) - brother

Bicanas (By ca nas) - Both of us

Basafes (Basa fes) - Bribery

Bakadihe (Baka da he) - Bandit

Bumaka (Buma Ka) - damage/wreckage

Bumash (Bu mosh) - without

Bimanay (Bi mon nay) - Which way?


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C


Calaro (Ca ler ro) - from within / the power within ones self

Caduma (Ca duma) - Thunder

Checana (Che cana) - my sister

Carnta (Carn ta) - Cattle like creature hunted for food.

Cyanth (Cyan th) - white

Chikaro (Chi karo) - Prisoner

Calakos (Ca lak oh's) - fire or flame

Cikaris (Ci karis) - view from above

Cafera (Ca fera) - Capture

Cadara (Ca dar ra) - Thank you

Cadaho (Cada ho) - Today

Cadashay (Cada shay) - run away/retreat

Caday (Ca day) - obey

Cikada (Ci kada) - mercenary.

Codah (Co dah) - Long

Cosh (Kosh) - War or great battle

Cha (Cha) - A claw or talon


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D


Du (Do) - you

Duma (Duma) - summon

Dyki (Die ky) - died

Dimuk (Di muk) - Swampy sluggish or still

Diantah (Dian tah) - blame

Dicana (Di cana) - to direct an order

Dascaru (Das caru) - danger/dangeous

Dycas (Dy cas) - quick/quickly

Dica (Di ca) - archer

Dycutay (Dy cu tay) - from faraway

Darmu (Dar mu) - mage or prophet

Dukama (Du kama) - Marketplace store trader

Dyruka (Dy ruka) - Leader / to lead.

Damasa (Da masa) - Priest

Dyakua (Dy ah kua) - Greater

Dyacamas (Dya camas) - darkness/a dark one

Dacanshe (Dacan she) - Fearless


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E


Emano (E mano) - enemy

Emanshadi (Eman shadey) - multiple enemies

Emanday (Eman day) - army / a large threatening group.

Emashet (Ema shet) - army camp/enemy base

Eamant (Ea mant) - fortify

Earacada (Eara cada) - eradicate/to remove

Ercandia (Er candia) - Our new land


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F


Fardu (Far du) - For you

Frago (Fra go) - To forget something

Faruacas (Fa ru acas) - Festival

Fluegard (Flu e gard) - A tycosian profanity

Finicalos (Fini calos) - An ending, finally or final

Fantaga (Fan taga) - Enjoyment/joyous

Frin (Frin) - friend

Frigato (Fri gato) - frightening

Falaco (Fa laco) - Yellow


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G


Gahasa (Ga hasa) - Job or career/ what one does for living

Garukas (Ga rukas) - Monsters

Garuda (Ga ruda) - Farmer

Garmani (Gar mani) - Wealthy

Garday (Gar day) - good day.

Gadaho (Ga daho) - To leave/gotta go

Garmada (Gar mada) - tomorrow


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H


Himano (Hi mano) - harmony

Hicados (Hi cados) - hunters

Hamaso (Ha maso) - Water

Gakada (Ha kada) - great height

Hamosh (Ha mosh) - wash, washing, to wash

Hyminas (Hy minas)- Demons


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I


Icuma (Ic cuma) - Sleep

Icantanos (Ic can tanos) - control/contain

IC (Ic) - IS

Icaro (Ic car row) - Spirit

Intara (In tara) - entrance, gateway or opening

Icana (Ic cana) - gold/treasure

Icasa (Ic casa) - flight

Icarosa (Ic carosa) - corrupt/greedy


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J


Jakari (Ja kari) - Joker, annoyance, idiot or fool.

Jadamite (Jada mite) - Soul mate

Jacaruma (Ja caruma) - Swordsman

Jycasti (Jy casti) - journey

Jamano (Ja mano) - Justice/honor

Jafira (Jah-fear-ah) - forest jewel, emerald.


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K


Kie (Ki ee) - Okay

Kyruda (Ky ruda) - servant or worker

Kamano (Ka mano) - come over/come see

Ka (Ka) - Too

Karu (Kar ru) - Creak

Korageth (Kor ra geth) - Peak or zenith.

Kydamas (Ky damas) - Waterfalls

Karuga (Ka ruga) - Wealthy

Karanos (Kar ranos) - Criminal / experienced thief

Kidana (Kid dana) - Love


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L


Lah (La) - The

Lycu (Ly cu) - Hate

Lycoda (Ly coda) - River

Lydarnaru (Lydarnaru) - wizard

Lowanus (Low wonus) - hide/low forbidden/hidden

Lamashay (Lama shay) - Put away/forget.

Lakaso (La kaso) - Large lake

Lamano (La mano) - Lost/forgotten

Licame (Leh ca may) - Tell me


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M


Makara (Ma kara) - Builder/Blacksmith

Menosa (Men osa) - Minor or little.

Mikimana (Miki mana) - Great magic

Maha (Ma hah) - Fierce

Makarudy (Maka rudy) - Melody

Mycadaho (My cadaho) - My homeland


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N


Ni (Ne) - No

Nikady (Ny kady) - old lady.

Nakada (Na kada) - No more/ not anymore.

Nikala (Ny kala) - Smaller


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O


Omana (Oh-mana) - Tower

Ocabu (Oh-ka-boo) - Shelter, house.

Olanu (Oh-lan-ew) - Grand

Obanta (Oh-ban-tah) - Raft, floatation


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R


Ramano (Ra mano) - rumor/gossip

Raky (Ra ky) - lucky

Rikaru (Re ka ru) - Wonder

Rashau (Ra shau) - Life/Healthy

Raci (Ra cy) - rain


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S


Selko (Sell ko) Hello

Sy (Sigh) - I

Sa (Saw) - So

Si (See) - Me

Syki (Sy key) - Like

Saru (Sar ru) - Sunny

Sakadi (Saka dy) - Cloudy skies

Sonarret (Sonar ret) - Land or surroundings

Samada (Sama da) - Somewhere


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T


Tycosa (Ty cosa) - Paradise

Tyfone (Ty fo nay) - wind

Tamashi (Tama she) - Mountain range

Tascaru (Tah's karu) - Boring/boredom tiring/tedium.

Ticaru (Ti caru) - Cavern/large cave

Tyranna (Ty ranna) - A high member of society

Timeno (Ty meno) - ancient, ages, time, or history

Tyrak (Yy rak) - Rocky or rough

Taa (Tah) - To

Taruma (Tar ruma) - cliff or ledge

Tycasha (Ty casha) - a wise person / elder.


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U


Unanda (You-nan-da) - Wall or barrier

Unara (You-narah) - Beautiful

Uriana (Yuri-anna) - Bedroom

Unatia (oo-nay-chi-ah) - Expoused to signify Anger, angry, mad, damnit, ect.


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V


Veyas (Vay -as) -Hammer

Vonosa (Von-oh-sa) - Storm


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W


Wasata (Wah-satah) - Sunset

Wakarta (Wah-karta) - Protective Garment

Wasala (Wah-sala) - Flower

Wentari (Win- tar- ee) - Sunrise


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Y


Yasuba (Ya-suba) - Falling Star

Yakanohe (Yah-kah no-he) - Statue


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Z


Zyataka (Cy-ata-ka) - Lightning


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( Yep this is full and complete proof that I'm insane!)

The words above are either pure gibberish, or the language used by the creatures that lived within the valley of Tycosa.
Supplementary Story Content: This contains a little extra information concerning the world portrayed within the above stories, it covers topics regarding my dragons and characters, the Tycosian Language, various landmarks and general information of that variety.
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