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The scripture of the Hraichi Elves.

Hraichi Script Alphabet

Rules to Writing in Hraichi (in English wording, not script)

  • Every word can only use vowels 1 time. So for example, Sadira would become Sadir.
  • Every word must use the first part of the sound for the word for the first letter, then the secondary sounds for the letters following. Example: cat = se-ka-tsu
  • Letters with ONE sound only need that one sound. Use that, don't try to break it up. "Unii" is U.
  • Letters with 3 or more sounds are complex. Pe-su-na for p. Words that have two or more of this letter after the first, like application, have the second and third sound used in them.
  • Apostrophes break up more than 3 similar letters. So with "kill", which is Kiiilailai, would become "Ki'iilailai". See?
  • Remember these are the rules for direct script translation, NOT shorthand.

Common Phrases and Words in Shorthand Hraichi

  • Ho'pii – The equivalent to "honey" when referring to a small child.
  • Miirda – Mother.
  • Fasure – Father.
  • Sanui – Used in this context, a sanui is about the worth of a penny. It's a small, triangular white gem used as currency.
  • Sesusiir – Significant other, lover, men say this to women as a term of endearment.
  • Sasuiir – Significant other, lover, women say this to men as a term of endearment.
  • Septn'aiir – Significant other, lover, men say this to men as a term of endearment.
  • Septnu'aiin – Significant other, lover, women say this to women as a term of endearment.
  • Zhazu'iin – Silent Death. The title given to the Surin Clan's highest graded assassins.
  • Sarin – Loved but unloved child, in the "gift but a curse" sort of way.
  • Liq'a – Lover, intended use is "lover that blossoms into a husband."
  • Cerai'yr – Children is the most direct translation, offspring is the literal.
  • Tai'ten – Sibling, female specifically.
  • Tai'dyr – Sibling, male specifically.
  • Don'taii ne – Friend, often used in the "BFF" sense.
  • Irodyyn - Similar to a father calling a male child "son" when he is not his offspring.