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

Dictionary

Maar
/mɑr/ (strong verb)

v. to terrify, terrorize
n. terror
adj. terrifying, terrible; terrified, terrorized
adv. terrifyingly, terribly

Mah
/mɑ/ (strong verb)

v. to fall, esp. in battle
n. fall

Mahfaeraak
/məˈfeɪ rɑk, ˈmɑ feɪ rɑk/  (adverb)

adv. forever

Mahlaan
/məˈlɑn/ (weak verb)v. fallen, past part. of mah
Mal
/mæl, mɑl/ (strong adjective)

adj. little, small, short
adv. in a little or small manner
n. littleness, smallness, shortness
v. to belittle; to shrink, make or become small

Maltiid
/ˈmæl tid/ (strong adjective)

adj. brief, short, momentary
adv. briefly, shortly, momentarily
n. briefness, brevity, shortness, momentariness
v. to shorten, make or become brief

Med
/mɛd/ (preposition)

prep. like, similar to

Mey
/meɪ/ (strong verb)

v. to fool
n. fool; foolery

Meyz
/meɪz/ (strong verb)

v. to come, become
n. becoming

Mid
/mid/ (strong adjective)

adj. loyal, leal
adv. loyally
n. loyalty
v. to make or become loyal; to swear loyalty

Middovah
/midˈdo və/ (noun)

n. dragon loyalist or ally

Midrot
/ˈmid rot/ (noun)

n. loyalty; oath, vow; sworn word

Midun
/ˈmi dun/ (noun)

n. loyalty

Miin
/min/ (noun)

n. eye

Miiraad
/ˈmir ɑd, mirˈɑd/ (noun)

n. door, doorway; opening, path, option, opportunity

Miiraak
/ˈmir ɑk, mirˈɑk/ (noun)

n. portal

Mindin
/ˈmin din/ (preposition)

prep. after

Mindok
/ˈmin dok/ (strong verb)

v. to think; to know
n. thought; knowledge

Mindol
/ˈmin dol/ (strong verb)

v. to think
n. thought

Mindoraan
/ˈmin do rɑn/ (strong verb)

v. to understand, comprehend
n. understanding, comprehension

Mir
/mir/ (strong adjective)

adj. allied, loyal
adv. loyally, in the manner of an ally
n. allegiance, loyalty
v. to ally with, make or become loyal to

Miraad
/mirˈɑd/ (noun)

n. doorway, see miiraad

Mon
/mon/ (noun)

n. daughter

Monah
/ˈmo nə/ (strong verb)

v. to mother, raise or create as a mother
n. mother; origin; creator

Monahven
/moˈnɑ vɛn/ (noun)

n. Throat of the World

Morah
/ˈmo rə, moˈrɑ/ (strong verb)

v. to focus, concentrate, give attention to; to contemplate, think
n. focus, concentration, attention; contemplation, thought

Moro
/ˈmo ro/ (noun)

n. glory

Morokei
/ˈmo ro kaɪ/ (weak adjective)

adj. glorious
adv. gloriously
v. to glorify

Motaad
/moˈtɑd, ˈmo tɑd/ (strong verb)

v. to shudder, tremble, shake
n. shudder, tremble, shake

Motmah
/ˈmot mə/ (strong verb)

v. to slip
n. slip

Motmahus
/motˈmɑ hus/ (strong adjective)

adj. slippery; elusive, tricky, difficult to grasp
adv. in a slippery manner; elusively
n. slipperiness; elusiveness
v. to make or become slippery or elusive

Mu
/mu/ (pronoun)

pron. we, first person plural

Mul
/mul/ (strong adjective)

adj. strong
adv. strongly
n. strength
v. to strengthen

Mulaag
/ˈmul ɑg, mulˈɑg/ (strong adjective)

adj. strong, powerful
adv. strongly, powerfully, with strength
n. strength, power
v. to strengthen, gain power

Mulhaan
/ˈmul hɑn/ (strong adjective)

adj. unmoving, unchanging, still
adv. unchangingly, in a still or unmoving manner
n. stillness, lack of motion or change
v. to still, make or become still

Mun
/mun/ (noun)

n. man, person, individual person

Munax
/ˈmun æks/ (weak adjective)

adj. cruel
adv. cruelly
v. to make or become cruel

Muz
/muz/ (noun)

n. men, plural of mun