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A community for the dragon language of The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim

Dictionary

Faad
/fɑd/ (strong adjective)

adj. warm
adv. warmly
n. warmth, warmness
v. to warm

Faal
/fɑl/ (article)

art. the (formal)

Faas
/fɑs/ (strong verb)

v. to fear, be afraid of
n. fear

Faasnu
/ˈfɑs nu/ (strong adjective)

adj. fearless
adv. fearlessly
n. fearlessness
v. to make or become fearless

Faaz
/fɑz/ (strong adjective)

adj. painful
adv. painfully
n. painfulness; pain
v. to pain, make or cause pain

Fah
/fɑ/ (preposition)

prep. for; in order to gain or acquire; in payment or punishment of; suiting the purpose of; in the interest of, on behalf of;
conj. for, because, since

Fahdon
/ˈfɑ don, fəˈdon/ (noun)

n. friend, ally or companion

Fahliil
/fəˈlil/ (noun)

n. elf

Fahluaan
/ˈfɑ lu ɑn/ (noun)

n. gardener

Faraan
/fəˈrɑn/ (noun)

n. fortune, wealth

Feim
/faɪm/ (strong verb)

v. to fade
n. fade

Fel
/fɛl/ (strong adjective)

adj. feral, ferocious
adv. ferociously
n. ferocity, ferociousness
v. to make or become feral

Fen
/fɛn/ (weak verb)

v. will (indicates future tense)

Fent
/fɛnt/ (weak verb)

v. shall (indicates future tense)

Feykro
/ˈfeɪ kro/ (noun)

n. forest

Feyn
/feɪn/ (noun)

n. bane

Fiik
/fik/ (noun)

n. mirror

Filok
/fiˈlok, ˈfi lok/ (strong verb)

v. to escape
n. escape

Fin
/fin/ (article)

art. the

Fo
/fo/ (noun)

n. frost

Fod
/fod/ (conjunction)

conj. when; at the time of, in the event that

Fodiiz
/ˈfo diz/ (strong adjective)

adj. hoar, hoary; venerable; weathered by age
adv. venerably, in a hoary manner
n. hoar, hoarfrost
v. to make or become hoary; to age or grow venerable

Folaas
/foˈlɑs/ (strong adjective)

adj. wrong, misjudged, mistaken, incorrect in judgment or opinion
adv. wrongly
n. wrongness, misjudgment, mistake
v. to make or become wrong or misjudged

Folook
/foˈluk/ (strong verb)

v. to haunt, torment, plague with fear
n. haunting

Fonaar
/ˈfo nɑr, foˈnɑr/ (strong verb)

v. to charge (into battle)
n. charge, battle charge

Frin
/frin/ (strong adjective)

adj. hot; eager; fervent
adv. hotly; eagerly; fervently
n. heat; eagerness; fervor
v. to heat; to make or become eager

Frod
/frod/ (noun)

n. field, esp. field of battle; battlefield

Fron
/fron/ (strong adjective)

adj. kin, kindred, related
adv. in a kindred manner
n. kinship, relations
v. to make or become kin or related

Frul
/frul/ (strong adjective)

adj. ephemeral, temporary
adv. ephemerally, temporarily
n. ephemeralness, temporariness
v. to make or become temporary

Ful
/ful/ (adverb)

adv. so, thus, in this way
conj. so, so that, in order that

Fun
/fun/ (strong verb)

v. to tell
n. telling

Fundein
/funˈdaɪn/ (strong verb)

v. to unfurl, unfold, esp. wings
n. unfurling, unfolding

Funt
/funt/ (strong verb)

v. to fail
n. failure, failing

Fus
/fus/ (noun)

n. force