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Hev is the D'ni word for word. Hevtē is the plural form, words. A hevkor is a lexicon or dictionary.


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Hevo is the D'ni word for swarm.


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Idhsā is the D'ni word for line.


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Irvån is the D'ni word for mineral.


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Kanråd is the D'ni word for think. Rodin's The Thinker would be Rekanrådtan or possibly Rekanrådaloth in D'ni.


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Kantin is a word for which translation is uncertain. It is generally presumed to mean oppress, enslave, or imprison. Derivative words are kantinaloth, meaning one who is oppressed, a slave, a captive, or a prisoner, and kantintan, meaning oppressor, slaver, or captor.


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Kazē is the D'ni word for detour. Its base form is a verb. The noun form is kazētav.


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Keshtav is the D'ni word for caution or warning. The -tav ending indicates it's a noun made from a verb, so kesh is a verb which means "to warn".


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Kirin is the D'ni word for desert sand.


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Kor is the D'ni word for book.


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Koʦa is the D'ni word for gate.


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Kota is the D'ni word for a locked door.

This is where I start speculating. We know that Tokotah is a name that the DRC gave to the courtyard in front of the Ae'gura guild hall and the palace. We also know that it means "place of locked doors". We also know that kotsa means "gate".

Going by that information, "ko" is probably the word for door, and "ta" may mean lock. Tsa is less certain. It modifies door into gate, but I don't know how.


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Kūan is the D'ni word for stream.


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Lem is the D'ni word for ink.


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Lena is the D'ni word for journey.


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