The World Of Khoras - Civilization - Languages

Magrakian

Dialects

The language of this people is known as magrakian. Each province has its own pronunciation, but all share the same language.

Spoken

Magrakian is a loud and forcefully spoken language with "large" sounds, rolling consonants. It has a number of abrupt barks and short snorts are liberally sprinkled in amongst the words to emphasis points. One cannot be timid when speaking magrakian. It is likewise difficult to whisper or say something beneath one's breath in magrakian. It is a language that is meant to be bellowed.

Below are some common words:

English

Magrakian

Hello or Welcome

Velmot

Stone and Strength To You

Baar va Mok e kon

Stone

Baar

And

Va

Strength

Mok

To

E

Yes

Dra

No

Doshk

Maybe, Perhaps

Daisech

Please

Tal

Thank You

Talla kon

Who

Marat

What

Pradal

Where

Vosok

When

Vem

Why

Sot

My

Kailash

Yours

Bashi

Name

Kutaeo

How

Trag

You

Kon

Me, I

Ir

It

Ta

Them, Those

Mirab

Sariddian

Sarada

Sybrenar

Sabra

Padashi

Padasa

Magrakian

Magrak

Aukarian

Akran

Am, are, is, to be

Vat

Here

Tar

There

Taram

Library

Bahar

Government

Chenza

Temple

Tangra

Dock

Kadir

Ship

Momoteh

 

Written

Magrakian uses the same 47 letter alphabet of sybrenar since both are descended from Kytai. Magrakian script is written with large, round characters often with extended serifs and small decorative marks. Bound books have not been widely developed yet and the vast majority of literature is contained in loose pages and large scrolls.

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