Dictionary > Aal
May (as in “May his soul”)
(POGGLE, p. 1096)
v. may, might, to express possibility, wish, or prayer
Aal rek siiv unahzaal praan ko Feykro do Hahnu.
May she find eternal rest in the Forest of Dreams.
(Word Wall for Kaan, Kyne’s Peace)
Orin pruzaan dwiin aal kreh ahrk kren, nuz Slen do vahzah muz los sindugahvon.
Even the best steel may bend and break, but the Flesh of a true man is unyielding.
(Word Wall for Slen, Ice Form)
Associated with prayer. Used in formal addresses or commemorations.
Not used to indicate permission. May be the original of draal ‘to pray’.