Denahlii Svinka Tolkora

Families.Svinka

Denahlii Svinka Tolkora is the language that the Wolfe-Denahlii family speaks. It comes from Jace Wolfe's birth pack, Denahlii. It was invented by Jace. The basics of this language is available here. Only members of the Denahlii family may edit this page.

Pronouns

This is the basic words to follow along with.
I-Ya
You-Toi
He-Rhun
She-Naya
They-Je
That/This/It-Don

Tenses and Conjugation

Tenses

This is for statements of past, present, and future. These rules apply to all words unless otherwise stated.
Future Tense-add yjest to the back of the word. Example: It will snow. Olnayniyjest.
Past Tense-add taka to the back of the word. Example: It snowed. Olnaynitaka.
Present Tense-For words that end in 'a', the a is removed from the word. For words that end in 'sa', the s is replaced with a t. No other changes are needed.
For the word 'will' or would', Ghio is used. It is placed where it would be in english as normal.
Possession:
Mine/My: cje(pronounced 'gee') Hers/Her: Nje (pronounced 'negee') Yours/Your: Tje (pronounced 'tee') His: Rje (pronounced 'ghe')
To Do: sa
To: "Di'" is added onto the start of the second word (Pronounced 'dee')[Example, "Arbala Di'brundo" literally means "Home to pack"]

Conjugation

For short easy words that are often shortened.
Unlike english, ghio is not shortened. Rather, the word it is conjugated with is attached. Example: 'You will get' translates into 'Toi vi'ghio'
Not-Translates into 'am'. This is placed after the word that is being negated. Example: 'I'm not sleeping' is written as 'Ya du gkita'm.'
Am/Are/Is-Du/D' This is attached to the beginning of the word. Example: 'I'm playing' translates as 'Ya d'kisk'.

Words

Phrases

Kanyana-I come with good will. A greeting.
Jelkailo heikno aktacho-I cast you out
Vil Di'haka - Born to Wander. Used to refer to somebody who loves to explore new places.

Family

Talnala-family
Gjiskala-parents
Orej-siblings
Mahnaya-mother
Ghurana-father
Mahn-mama
Khina-Children/offspring
Tsya-Son
Tska-Daughter
Tingla-sister
Ronkyha-brother
Wourenyla-Brother/sister of my heart

Objects and People

People

Terokla-elder
Inkila-alpha
Gellkola-abandoner
Cheenola-Unseen/Unworthy of Notice
Brundo-pack
Morro-dog
Tok-wolf
Coyote-tasina
Vildiha-Slang born from Vil Di'haka. Means "Wanderer" Pronounced [vil-dee-ha]
Vildihe - Suicidal Idiot. Those who wandered off alone in the polar are often killed by bears, so this word is very similar to the word for wanderer.

Places, objects

Tochina-sky
Olnayni-snow
Fosusha-water
Trongla-air
Ingali-home
Arbala-den
Brundona-territory
Mapas-something/thing

Actions

Kiska-play
Leshan-walk
Whik-like
Vi-get
Gkesa-sleep
Quel-how
Haka - wander
Ve-go

Miscellaneous

No idea where to sort these words, so they ended up here
Ti-too
Nyana-now
houpe-good
Khilwe-trouble
Khil-wrong
Dhak-hurt
Vil - born
Devinitka - Emerald
Habana-trip
Vaheild-ready