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Shiväisith is the language spoken by the Dark Elves. While the Dark Elves can speak other languages, it is their native tongue and the language they use to converse among themselves.[1] It is written in a system of runes called Todjydheenil (see Gallery below).[2]

History

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As the language of the Dark Elves, Shiväisith has been spoken probably as long as the Dark Elves have existed, since before the existence of the universe. Although they are capable of speaking in other languages if necessary, the Dark Elves primarily converse in this language among themselves. It is heard being spoken by Malekith and Algrim while they plan their attacks on Asgard's forces during the First and Second Dark Elf Conflicts.[1]

Words

  • Shiväisith-soft speech
  • Todjydheen-rune (plural todjydheenil)
  • Älfenää-blue-purple one, Dark Elf (plural Älfeneel)
  • Harudheen-The Great Home, Svartalfheim / the Dark World (the Dark Elf home world)
  • Harudheeniksa-resident of Haudheen
  • Äskärdhiksä-resident of Asgard, Asgardian (plural Äskärdhiksel)
  • Äskärdh-Asgard
  • rouklju-who
  • rouhaslju-whose
  • tiplju-what
  • igreljy-where
  • sääriljy-when
  • jäärljy-how
  • visiljy-how many
  • hanlju-why
  • käm-all
  • pausahi-to settle
  • passajamanasos-prepared
  • pausajamihi-to cause to settle, to prepare/to make ready
  • tifidhoh-nothing, zero
  • vuran-was seeing
  • vuurin-saw
  • vur-sees/is seeing
  • vuuri-saw
  • gorjeth-death
  • gorjahi-to die
  • geilihi-to fight
  • geilith-"fighting" or maybe “(a/the) fight”
  • liljahi-to love
  • liljeth-love
  • iljahaa-lover
  • lorahi-to fly, to forget
  • loreth-flying
  • lorahaa-a flier
  • rosihi-to kill
  • rosith-killing
  • rosihaa-a killer
  • van-man
  • jov-woman
  • vörth-king
  • upsihi-to need, to want
  • lyshyhi-to remember a person or experience
  • uathahi-to remember information
  • lysihi-to know a person, to be familiar with, to know how
  • uathihi-to know information
  • elihi-to give
  • johihi-to get
  • uonihi-to lose
  • rovuhi-to hate
  • pohaahi-to miss
  • pohahi-to call
  • athu-friend
  • djesh-door
  • eeju-quiet
  • gyv-big, large
  • heedrä-power
  • itri-roof
  • juli-new
  • kelihi-to win
  • luun-nose
  • moodhin-close, near
  • nishö-reflection
  • öppihi-to hurt (dative subject)
  • pel-certain, sure
  • reev-sun
  • shaan-white
  • taam-tight
  • upsihi-to need
  • yrihi-to jump
  • lahifiksa-prisoner
  • sampo-dungeon
  • gorjeth-death
  • gorjahi-to die
  • älf-adjectival color term that covers various shades of blue and purple
  • vela-dark
  • tor-sword
  • iotsi-bird
  • äshlimär-hello
  • näkäthish-goodbye
  • ruushuudhith nolaska-thank you
  • nolaska-you
  • tifevadhoh-you’re welcome
  • äshli (adj.) warm
  • dihi (adv.) well
  • erve (n.) poison
  • gov (n.) blood
  • huthihi (v.) to lack
  • itri (n.) roof
  • ju (conj.) or
  • koun (n.) shore
  • lenge (n.) meat
  • mänih (adj.) previous, former
  • Vääth “yes”
  • Tjäsh “no”
  • Ljääl “please”

Numbers

Cardinal numbers / ordinal numbers

zero: tifidhoh (nothing)

  1. heth / kyäthis
  2. kör / köös
  3. mitta / mittas
  4. kitta / kittas
  5. pesh / peshish
  6. täni / tänis
  7. gah / gakkis
  8. dulin / dulis
  9. djyyr / djyysh
  10. jav / javis
  11. javeth / javethis
  12. jav kör / jav köös
  13. jav mitta / jav mittas
  14. jav kitta / jav kittas
  15. jav pesh / jav peshish
  16. jav täni / jav tänis
  17. jav gah / jav gakkis
  18. jav dulin / jav dulis
  19. jav djyyr / jav djyysh
  20. körjev / körjevis
  21. körjev heth / körjev kyäthis

30: mitjev / mitjevish

40: kitjev / kitjevish

50: peshev / peshevish

60: tänjev / tänjevis

70: gakjev / gakjevis

80: duljev / duljevis

90: djyyrjev / djyyrjevish

100: vysh / vyshish

1,000: teem / teemis

10,000: jav teem / jav teemis

100,000: teemidheen / teemidheenis

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