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PostPosted: Fri Jun 03, 2016 8:53 pm 
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Lesa is the D'ni word for sealed. Lasa is the verb "to seal".


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Min is the D'ni word for woman.


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Miro is the D'ni word for toxic.


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M'la is the D'ni word for lizard.


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Mor is the D'ni word for mother. Mor'okh'mor means grandmother, and morpa means queen.


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Nāvū is the D'ni word for ten.


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PostPosted: Tue Jun 07, 2016 6:44 pm 
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Nā is the D'ni word for root.



Because I have a backlog of numbers to catch up on, instead of doing one picture per entry I'll add the numbers along with the words for awhile. So....

Fa is the D'ni word for one.


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Nekis is the D'ni word for bend, twist, or distort. Nekisal is the word for bent, twisted, or distorted. Nekisaloth is one who is bent, twisted, or distorted.



Brē is the D'ni word for two.


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Nudatav is the D'ni word for disaster.



Sen is the D'ni word for three.


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Ūlba is the D'ni word for office.



Tor is the D'ni word for four.


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Ūsha is the D'ni word for formula.



Vat is the D'ni word for five.


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Paʦ is the D'ni word for city.



Vagafa is the D'ni word for six. It's literally "five and one".


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Pålmen is the D'ni word for magnet.



Vagabrē is the D'ni word for seven.


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Pråd is the D'ni word for rock.



Vagasen is the D'ni word for eight.


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Re'dåntē is the D'ni word for tweezers.



Vagator is the D'ni word for nine.


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