Untorian Language

Ne oladhe skissi Untoriasa. Hsa re toria re akhiaq oladh dac.

Translation: “I enjoy speaking Untorian. Though the world it comes from is not so pleasant.”

Note: This is ALWAYS under construction! It’ll be updated continuously! Things may even change as I work out any linguistic kinks… ^_^

*The Untorian alphabet has here been Romanized for your convenience. 🙂


(you can also see the category ‘Communication’ for more of this kind of stuff)

Also/as well as: segh

And: mat (or ma, shortened)

But/although/however: hsa

~Rather than/instead of: huor

From: tra

If: per

It: [see ‘The’]

Of/like: sohr (used for substance, or similie-comparisons. Note that this sort of ‘of’ is only for made of…)

*River made of blood= swool sohr plurrgh

The/that/this: re

To/toward: e”


                -a: pluralizes nouns. Kirlasper becomes kirlaspera, etc. If a noun already ends in –a or perhaps another vowel, the suffix will convert to –ra. Example: upraekha (prisoner) =upraekhara (multiple prisoners).

-pin: gives something the quality of a noun. Example: pera(stupidity) +-pin = perapin (stupid one). In the rather rare event that one should wish to compare someone/thing to a noun that already ends in –pin (atgaspin, mushroom), they would add an a before the pin (atgasapin, one like a mushroom xD).

-et: makes an adjective of a noun. Example: plurrgh (blood) + -et = plurrghet (bloody). Also, this is like the plural suffix, in that if a word already ends in a vowel sound, the adjective suffix will gain an r before it, becoming –ret. Example: pera(stupidity) + -ret = peraret(stupid). IMPORTANT: adjectives in Untoria always come AFTER a noun, EXCEPT when the two words are merged! Example: white scar will be ‘rhaz ixir’ separately, but ‘ixirhaz’ if one word is made from them. This word-merging quite often makes names for people.

-i: TO do something a verb describes. Example: skissa (speak) + -i = skissi (TO speak). This will also be used to convert a noun into a verb. Example: plurrgh (blood) + -i = plurrghi (bleed/to bleed).



Blood: plurrgh

~Bloody: plurrghet

~Bleed: plurrghi

Bone: korg (subst.)

~Bony: korget

~Skeleton: korgenast

Eye: goz

Feather: ehrjag

Flesh: mhucela (of still-living creatures, does not apply to meat/food)

Foot: fepos

Gill: krig (also see ‘Crack/crevice’)

Heart: plurtuum (of the body… ‘blood-drum’;P)

Intestines: varg

~To do with the stomach/guts/entrails: varget

Mouth/throat: morsi

Skin: cela (hide)

~To remove skin from: celahorhti

~Skinned/be skinned: celahorhet

Vein: piphal (of the body)

*A small stream will oft be called a swool-piphal


Breath: rhatto


Hungry: envedheret

*I am hungry= na sa envedheret

Pain: raikh (subst.)

~Painful: raikhet

~Torture: raikhi

Wound/scar: rhaz


Color: nelor (subst. or verb)

~Colorful/of many colors: neloret

~Colorful one: nelorpin

~Black: chorek (also see ‘Dark/darkness’)

~Red: pulah

~Gray: iroh

~White: ixir

~Green: akhet

~Yellow: tiztah

~Orange: torzig

~Brown: amsoht

~Pink: purhta

~Purple: chorpurht

~Blue: calhrix

~Silver: eradh

~Gold: harah



Me/I/my: na

No/not: dac

We/us: nara

Yes: sa (can also mean ‘is’ or ‘are’)

You/yours: rau


Bad/evil: sadarkh, or satarkh (adj.)

~An evil /cruel being/demon/abomination: sadarkyd (this word would come to mean a specific creature eventually)

Fast: eshankh (adj. Also can mean light of weight)

~Hurry (verb): eshankhi

Slow/slowness: darpohr (also see ‘Drag’)

Small: zym (also means ‘useless/insignificant’… for on Untoria, small and useless more often go hand in hand.)

~Small one: zympin (also works as an insult if you want to call someone useless)

Weight: avarh (subst.)

~Heavy: avarhet


(Nothing yet)



Castle: sorhanadar

Tower: ponvadar

Trap/prison: uprakh

~Prisoner: upraekha


Armor: cladaskhe

Cloak: tranyl (also means ‘disguise’, and ‘deception’.)

Drum: jonqetuum

Hook: ghib (this usually refers to a hooked sword/weapon, and sometimes a shape like said device.)

Rope: whostris

Weapon: skador


Song/music: chandah

~A pleasant sound: chandoladh


Creature: aiakhayn (generally refers to animal life… Untorian animals probably aren’t usually so compassionate to rank plant-beings with themselves. Though, using this word for a plant is not unheard of…)

Life: aiakh

~Alive/living: aiakhet


Bat: khiboo

Bear: ruz, or hruz (there is also a particular creature, large and bearlike, called a behruz)

Beaver (or closest thing to): rhavah

Bird: halkaer

Cat: bahrel

Crocodilian: dispordil

Dog: kinfex

~Plural of a specific, upright dog-species: Kinfexarga (singular is the same)

Dragon: kirlasper

Fish: kitji

Frog: roph, or uruurkh (that last is sort of an onomatopoeia xD)

Horse (or closest thing to): daihfepos (‘terror-foot’… the closest thing Untoria has to a horse is a large, hoofed, fast-running carnivorous monstrosity with a rather equine body structure)

-Also: daihfepos-skador (a kind of unicorn, if you can believe that…)

Hyena: pena

Insect/arachnid: jomboz (general)

~Flying invertebrate: jomburr (can also refer to a strange nymph-like creature)

Lizard: lask

Marten/ferret: tarudin

Pig: bororgh

Porcupine (or closest thing to): quiprayn

Reptile: ataspin

Rodent: mirtimh (general)

Serpent/snake: atasper

Shark: dezhoom

~Plants and Fungi

Mushroom: atgaspin (-pin suffix doesn’t apply here)

Plant: usoovat (also see ‘Tree’)

~A very spiny plant: vazvat

*To eat plant matter= envedi usoovat (this is uncommon and oft regarded freakish, but does happen… some Untorians will nom tree bark or dig into big fat pods, or drink sap sometimes. :D)

Tree: usoot

Vine: whost


~Acts and Deeds

Break: chagi

~Broken: chagaret (also see ‘Piece/part/fragment’, and note that this seems to make an adjective of that)

Consume/eat/drink: enveder

~To consume: envedi

Cook: morkirl

Hit/beat/impact: junqwerh (noun), or junqweri (verb)

Hunt: duum (act of)

~Hunter: duumar (why not ‘duumpin’? Because that sounds ridiculous. xD)

Drag: dar (verb)

~TO drag: darhi

Lie: tranh (noun or verb, I believe)

~False: tranhet

Ritual: rindha

Sacrifice: (of a ritual) mogrindha

~To give something up: [pending, awaiting the word for ‘Give’]

Take: horhti (verb)

~Taken/stolen: horhet

Voice/speak: skissa

~Getting Around

Adventure/quest/travel: torheban

~To go on a quest/trip: torhebanhi


~Moods and emotions

Fear/terror: daih (subst.)

~Afraid: daihret

Love: Oladh (subst. and verb. Also see ‘Good/happy/pleasant’, and note the root word…)

~Loving: oladhiet

~Lover of something or someone/enthusiast: oladhapin

Sad: desmodhe


Meaning/purpose: lhuuma

~An unknown meaning/mystery: alhuum

Good/happy/pleasant: oladhe (also see ‘Love’. Note that this is a common root adjective for many things pleasant… somewhat like ‘purnem’ on Pairetoria.)

Hell: charthe (a place or state of being which is very agonizing and unpleasant)


Pairetorian: Pairetoriasa

Pangaean: Pangaeasa

Planet: toria

Untorian: Untoriasa


Cloud/clouds: shah/shaahra

~Cloudy: shaahret

Sky: shaahryn


Moon: wamaar

~Moons of Untoria, specifically: Chuu and Rakh

~Lunar eclipse: wamaare (important word, used to describe the significant event of the two moons merging.)

Sun/star: aiakirl (in general)

~Sun seen on Untoria, specifically: Cuphelheon


Abyss: arbynth (refers to a deep, dark place/state from which there is little chance of escape/survival)

Cave/cavern: chorwhurn

Dirt/soil/sand: murrhl

~Dirty/sandy: murrhlet (this is not necessarily akin to ‘filthy’!)

~Alternate: zhog, which indicates mud, or CAN indicate muck/slime/gooey filth

Filth/dust/grime: qur

~Filthy/putrid/rotten: quret

*This meat is rotten= re morkh sa quret

Forest: uswoom

Island: ghatambo (note: this is also the formal name of the largest and most significant island on Untoria. Any smaller islands, when compared mostly, become ‘ghatambazym’… a smaller/lesser island.)

Land: mankh (solid space to walk on, also may refer to a province/territory… see ‘Ruler/leader’ for more on this)

Mountain: nomuun

-Also: nomuun-kirl (a volcano)

Stone: mori (subst.)

~Stony: morihet

Swamp/marsh: quarrh

Water: nyrh

~Sea/lake: narbynn (note: Untoria has no oceans…)

~River: swool

~Forces of Nature

Dark/darkness: chorekhat (subst.)

~Dark (adj.): chorekhet

~One of the dark/dark-dweller: chorepin

~Shadow (subst.): chorelhin

Death: mog

~Dead: moghet

Fire: kirl

Light: oraha, or horaha (subst.)

~Lit up/bright: horahet

~Bright one: orahpin, horahpin

Nothing/nothingness: ero (interesting word; can also mean empty/emptiness, or indicate something ethereal/vague/ghostly/airy/made from nothingness. It even can mean A ghost.)

Poison/venom: xopheum

~Poisonous: xophet

Sound: skiom (also see ‘Voice/speak’)

~Scream/harsh sound: skioq

~Pretty sound: [see ‘Song/music’]


Food: morkh (it’s the same word as ‘meat’, because by and large, meat and food are one and the same on Untoria)

Shelter/house/lair: sorhana

~Other People

Assassin (or closest thing to): Mograxil

Father: takha

Mother: takhela

Pawn: cadlhar (someone to be used/manipulated)

*This also refers to an envoy/representative, or someone sent to communicate or give a message)

Prisoner: upraekha

Ruler/leader: arge

~Dominance: arghet

~A female clan leader: argela (note the similar ending this has with ‘Mother’…)

~A dominion/province/kingdom: mankharga

~Things to See

Crack/crevice: krig (can also refer to a nostril or gill or other such external aperture)

Meat: morkh (refers to food… even if tree bark is eaten, it will still be called ‘morkh’)

Piece/part/fragment: chag

Salt: rinh

~Salty: rinhet

Spikes/spines: vazza

~Spiny/spiky: vazzet


Day: akirlhon, OR harahon (the latter word’s pretty old…)

Night: waamhon, OR chorehon (latter word is a little newer…)


Rain: nyrshaah (it’s worth noting that Untoria really doesn’t have this anymore… or much weather variation at all, in fact… 🙁 )

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