Vailian language

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Vailian Republics and Old Vailia speak Vailian, which borrows from a mix of Italian, Occitan, Catalan, and French roots, but is Italian in overall flavor. "Romance-y", you could say. j, y, and x are extremely rare in their words and names.

Vailian Glossary[edit | edit source]

  • ducs bels – great doges(dukes), leader of a grand republic in the vailian republics.[1]
  • duc – leader of city a in the vailian republics.
  • ducs panits – Small duc, leader of a normal republic in the vailian republics.
  • cuiteti beli – great cities, grand republics that have more power in the electoral council of the vailian republics.[1]
  • consuagli asegia – siege councils, council that elects the duc of a city in the vailian republics.[2]
  • Songretta Ducala – Ducal Congress, main Ruling body of the confederation.
  • bazzo – (m) dick (a person, in the pejorative sense)[3]
  • madiccho – (m) curse ("spoken evil," also used as expression "Damn!")[3]
  • postenago – (m) idiot (literally "carrot")[3]
  • scioderie – (f) nonsense (a "stupid thing")[3]
  • lusce – Fish
  • Suole – Sun
  • Oble – Double
  • Fonivèrno – Deep Winter, a name for a month.
  • Tarivèrno – Late Winter, a name for a month.
  • Inprima – Spring Dawn, name for the 3 days between winter and spring.
  • Préprima – Early Spring, name for a month
  • Majprima – Mid Spring, a name for a month.[4]
  • Fonprima – Deep Spring, name for a month
  • Tarprima – Late Spring, name for a month
  • Inestu – Summer Rising, name for the 3 days between spring and summer
  • Préëstu – Early Summer, name for a month
  • Majestu – Mid Summer, name for a month
  • Fonestu – Deep Summer, name for a month
  • Tarestu – Late Summer, name for a month
  • Inauton – Autumn Falling, name for the 3 days between summer and autumn
  • Préauton – Early Autumn, name for a month
  • Majauton – Mid Autumn, name for a month
  • Fonauton – Deep Autumn, name for a month
  • Tarauton – Late Autumn, name for a month
  • Inivèrno – Winter Dusk name for the 3 days between autumn and winter
  • Préïvèrno – Early Winter, name for a month
  • Majivèrno – Mid Winter, name for a month

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