Dagr is not listed is my PDF, but in elvish, you take out a letter or two to make the word flow better, but still keep the general sound and look of the word. Dagora means (to battle), Dagor means battle, and edhel means elf. So this "Dagredhel" could mean either Battle Elf or To Battle Elf....so I'd say Battle Elf or Elf of Battle.Dagredhel said:Hey there.
Want to try translating 'Dagredhel' from the elvish into English?
"Iron Skill" I.E. Highly Skilled, etc. etc.doctorjeff98 said:What does Angcuru mean?
Peredhil - Half-Elf
oddly, no word for ghost - Ghost Spider(s) (aka Phase Spider)
ARG, no word for wish either - Wishing Stone (a huge black opal holding a wish spell)
Megilindir - Bladesinger - Queen of Elves
NO WORD FOR corrupt either (DAMMIT) - "Corrupted by the Spider" (an elf wizard who turned to Lolth)
no word for prodigy or prodigal - "Prodigal Daughter" (my half-elf PC, who is about to rediscover her elven roots, since she never knew her elf father)
I was wanting to use the archer of the woods- Cuar tel Taur......but exactly how do you pronounce it?
Lalato said:Angcuru... I'll re-submit the elven culture from before. Again... a matriarchal society, roughly based on Amazons of greek legend... and the real-life Sarmatians of northern Persia/Southern Russia.
Solana said:thx dude man will my dnd group be shocked when my lvl 14 bow initiate decides to tell they hes actually the elven lords court bowman in elven LOL