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|A Grader's Way
|A square wheel
|Something or someone that is useless.
|To be beaten to a pulp!
|Handled that like a gaukh
|Used to colourfully describe another's inability to keep a level head; also pertains to one's fiery attitude in the presence of another or group. Extremely rebellious 'dragons - often teens - are talked to like this.
|Like a hatchling's breath
|The opposite of a blessing in disguise. It's wonderful at first but then after time you realize it's unpleasant.
|(to lirax someone) To die without any forewarning, and quite mysteriously/to kill one quietly, quickly, and without a trace.
|Someone who tries to please everyone, never going against anything. It comes from the fact that the fruit of a luceshtaf will taste pleasant to everyone, as it tastes like whatever the persons favorite food or drink is. Luceshtaf fruiter is generally used to describe politicians who try to please every political party.
|Of a Rapine's Feather
|A more or less polite and perhaps aristocratic way of calling someone an "asshole" which has begun to show up in common slang in recent days.
|Paint your scars
|To recover from and move on from a traumatic incident or a difficult time in one's life.
|Road of Visions
|Nothing is quite what it appears to be.
|The female numegola of earth, geography, genetics and Biokinesis.
|The male demi-god of the elderly and kiom.
|Masculine. Used as a title and form of address for both past and present male sovereigns of Ramath-lehi.
|Feminine. Used as a title and form of address for both past and present female sovereigns of Ramath-lehi.
|Suffix. Usually used for an instructor/teacher or superior; usually applied to a surname.
|Council of Thirteen
|(Archaic) Prefix. Traditionally used with one's surname to indicate being a member of a noble bloodline. Integrated into some modern surnames.
|The ninth day of the week. The second day of the weekend.
|Spring. The second of Ramath-lehi's four seasonal quarters.
|The first day of the week.
|The seventh day of the week.
|An energy source used for magic and machina.
|Slang. A slang term for the word Fromina. Often used as an interjection. "For Fronna's sake!" Believed to have come from lazy kids who thought that three syllables were too many.
|A word used by some Takula to refer to non-Takula 'Dragons.
|The eighth day of the week. The first day of the weekend.
|An newly hatched or very young Pendragon.
|The long since forgotten and obscured tongue of the Ramathian gods and goddesses.
|The fifth day of the week.
|The third day of the week.
|Nighttime. The time between sunset and sunrise.
|Vulgar. The Khellakh equivalent of the English profanity "bullshit".
|A respectful term for an elder male Ramathian who is above the age of 50. The term is generally not used for females and may be taken offensively.
|Kytlekh. (Derogatory slang)
|The second day of the week.
|The sixth day of the week.
|Machines that are run using magicka (Fronima) as their power source.
|The common name for the power source of machina. Much like machines on our Earth are run by electricity, "machina" is powered by "magicka".
|Winter. The first of Ramath-lehi's four seasonal quarters.
|Daytime. The time between sunrise and sunset.
|The tenth day of the week. The third and last day of the weekend.
|Suffix. Usually used with significant others, loved ones, and children; indicates a very close bond and is always used with the first name or nickname.
|A young male Ramathian. Could also be used as an insult.
|A young female Ramathian. Could also be used as an insult.
|Derogatory. Someone who lacks magical heritage or power.
|A numegola is a god or goddess that is related to (or can manipulate) a specific element. eg. The god Renn-nukhs is the Numegola of Air.
|A period of ten days on the Ramathian calendar.
|The Ramathian three day weekend (Gaipui, Dympui & Nerpui).
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