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AUTHORED BY FR. PIETRO BENIGNO GABRIELI DELLA COSTA

VOLUME ONE

Disclaimer – this is an incomplete lexicon based on my own personal understanding of the language and will be improved upon in further volumes as I continue to proselytize to the Konchak Tribes.

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INTRODUCTION

The Konchak are a remote and peculiar people -- travelers might at times spot the riders off in the distance crossing the wide plains in their droves -- foreboding, and foreign in both linguistics and culture to those who speak the common tongue. It is the purpose of the codex to better allow trade, proselytism, and communication between the common speaking peoples and the nomadic horsemen of the Konchak Confederation.  

 

Glossary

GREETINGS | FAREWELLS | GENERAL USAGE

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Salamlar

Pacem

Peace be upon you

A religious greeting derived from the Qalasheen language

Tïŋlamek

Ego audire

I am listening

A form of greeting or acknowledgement

Sabahınız (xayir)

Bonum Mane

Good Morning

Greeting|Farewell

Akshamınız (xayir)

Bonum Vesper

Good Evening

Greeting|Farewell

Gekəniz (xayir)

Bonum Noctem

Good Night

Farewell

Şimdilik

Vale

Goodbye

Farewell

Uğurlar

Bona Fortunam

Good Luck

Farewell

Naksılsın?

Quid agis?

How are you?

Informal Greeting

Yaxşıyam?

Valeo

I’m well

Response to above

Adın ne?

Quid est nomen tibi?

What is your name?

Introduction

Benin adın ...

Nomen mihi est ...

My name is ...

Introduction

Sən haradansam?

Unde es?

Where are you from?

Introduction

Mən ...danam

Ego sum a(b) ...

I am from ...

Introduction

Sag olun

Gratias tibi ago

Thank you

Formality

Buyurun

Precare

You’re welcome

Formality

Bağışlıyın

Me excusa

Excuse me

Formality

Üzgünüm

Ignosce mihi

I’m sorry

Formality

Men

Ego

I

Pronoun

Biz

Nobis

We

Pronoun

Anlar

Sunt

They

Pronoun

Tegme

Omnis

All

Pronoun

Evät

Ita

Yes

General Use

Xeyr

Non

No

General Use

Belkə

Forte

Maybe

General Use

Bilmirəm

Non scio

I don’t know

General Use

Oldu

Bene

Okay

General Use

Anladum

Intellego

I understand

General Use

Barurmän

Venio

I arrive

General Use

Buyrıgıñız?

Ordinem vestrum?

Your order?

General Use

Emriniz?

Imperium tuum?

Your command?

General Use

Anukmän

Paratus sum

I’m ready

General Use

Hazır

Paratus

Ready

General Use

Kulluk etärmän

Me serve

I serve

General Use

Bir ançaydermän

Statim facturus

Will do at once

General Use

Sogaşurbäz

Pugnamus

We fight

General Use, occasionally seen as a warcry used by the Konchaks

It oghlu

Filius a canis

Son of a dog

Insult

Axmaq

Fatuus

Idiot|Fool|Stupid

Insult

Soysuz

Bastardis

Bastard

Insult

Kafir

Infidel

Unfaithful

Insult

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FAMILIAL TERMS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Ata

Pater

Father

To refer to one’s father

Anna

Mater

Mother

To refer to one’s mother

Er

Vir

Husband

To refer to one’s husband

Epci

Uxorem

Wife

To refer to one’s wife

Qarandas

Filius

Son

To refer to one’s son

Qiz Qarandas

Filia

Daughter

To refer to one’s daughter

Ulu Ata

Avus

Grandfather

To refer to one’s grandfather

Ulu Anna

Avia

Grandmother

To refer to one’s grandmother

Qayin

Socer

Father-in-law

To refer to one’s father-in-law

Kyeg

Gener

Son-in-law

To refer to one’s son-in-law

Abaga

Avunculus

Uncle

To refer to one’s uncle

Ini

Nepos

Nephew

To refer to one’s nephew

Ortaq

Amica

Friend

To refer to one’s friend

İxvan

Frater

Brethren

A term that encompasses not necessarily family, but brothers in religion

Kun

Sanguis

Blood

A term that can be used in regards to any blooded member of one’s family regardless of relation

 

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TIME AND NUMBERS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Yil

Annus

Year

A period of seven months

Ay

Mensis

Month

A period of thirty days

Kn

Dies

Day

The period in which the sun is up

Tn

Noctis

Night

The period in which the sun is down

Muharremin

Mensis Horenitius

Horen’s Calling

A sacred month in which waging war is considered Qadağandır

Sefer

Mensis Ovenitius

Owyn’s Light

Another sacred month considered to be the time of Abu Sadiqqi’s birth

Rèbi' qul-aher

Mensis Godfreditis

Godfrey’s Triumph

The third month of the year

Künadelahir

Mensis Tobialis

Tobias’ Bounty

The fourth month of the year

Reçik

Mensis Solarius

Sun’s Smile

A sacred month in which waging war is considered Qadağandır

Şevval

Mensis Aeternitius

Harren’s Folly

A sacred month of fasting and self-reflection

Siddiqına

Mensis Segimondites

Sigismund’s End

A sacred month of celebration where all faithful gather together to join in festivities and give praise to God

Bir

Unus

One

Number

Iki

Duo

Two

Number

Üç

Tres

Three

Number

Dörd

Quattuor

Four

Number

Beş

Quinque

Five

Number

Altı

Sex

Six

Number

Yeddi

Septem

Seven

Number

Səkkiz

Octo

Eight

Number

Doqquz

Novem

Nine

Number

On

Decem

Ten

Number

On bir

Undecim

Eleven

Number

On iki

Duodecim

Twelve

Number

On üç

Tredecim

Thirteen

Number

On dörd

Quattuordecim

Fourteen

Number

On beş

Quindecim

Fifteen

Number

On altı

Sedecim

Sixteen

Number

On yeddi

Septendecim

Seventeen

Number

On səkkiz

Octodecim

Eighteen

Number

On doqquz

Novendecim

Nineteen

Number

Iyirmi

Viginti

Twenty

Number

Yüz

Centum

One Hundred

Number

Min

Mille

One Thousand

Number

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EQUESTRIAN TERMS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

At

Equus

Horse

A large plant-eating domesticated mammal with solid hoofs and a flowing mane and tail used for transport and war

At-Naal

Solea

Horseshoe

A shoe for a horse formed of a narrow band of iron

Eyer yabogi

Iugum enim stratum

Saddle-blanket

A saddle-shaped pad, as of felt or sheepskin, placed beneath the saddle to prevent it from irritating the horse's skin

Tizgin

Fraeni

Reins

A long, narrow strap attached at one end to a horse's bit, typically used in pairs to guide or check a horse while riding

Aguzluq

Segmen

Bit

A mouthpiece, typically made of metal, which is attached to a bridle and used to control a horse

Zengi

Ascensoriis sellae

Stirrup

Each of a pair of devices attached to each side of a horse's saddle, in the form of a loop with a flat base to support the rider's foot.

Yingircaq

Stratus

Pack-saddle

A horse’s saddle designed for supporting packs

Artmaq

Averta

Saddlebag

One of a pair of covered pouches laid across the back of a horse behind the saddle

Catir

Tabernaculum

Tent

A circular tent of felt or skins on a collapsible framework, used by the Konchaks as travelling domiciles

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TITLES AND PROFESSIONS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Qan 

Imperator 

Emperor 

The elected ruler of the Konchak Confederation

Qan Qatuni

Imperatrix

Empress

Chief Wife of a Qan

Soltan

Rex

King

Foreign rulers and kings

Beg

Princeps

Prince

Tribal Ruler

Bey

Baro

Baron

Lesser Chieftains

Ceribasi

Legatus

General

A military leader, or leader of an army

Elci 

Nuncio 

Envoy

An ambassador between internal/external powers

Yarguci

Prefect

Judge

Tribal arbitrator, often an elder

Bogavul

Purpuratus

Courtier

Member of a ruler’s court, or a retainer

Atlu Kisi

Eques

Knight

Mounted Soldier, tribal aristocrat

Eydegi

Praeministra

Maid

Female servant

Tilmac

Interpres

Translator

Linguistic Interpreter (position of prestige in Konchak Court)

Bazargan

Mercator

Merchant

Tradesman, peddler of goods

Qondroq Atar

Spice Mercator

Spice Merchant

Peddler of spices

Oglanlar

Servus

Servant

Servants, slaves

Altunci

Aut aurifex

Goldsmith

Metalworker, works specifically with gold

Temirci

Ferrarius

Blacksmith

Metalworker, works with iron or steel

Qlic ostasi

Gladio Ferrarius

Swordsmith

Metalworker, works with swords

Eyerci

Factorem Sellae

Saddlemaker

Artisan, works with saddles

Ygenci

Factorem Frenum

Bridlemaker

Artisan, works with bridles

Etikci

Calceolarius

Cobbler

Artisan, works with shoes

Otaci

Medicus

Doctor

Practitioner of Medicine

Siqriq

Tabellarium

Courier

Deliverer of messages and parcels

Astlanci

Mediator

Middleman|Broker

Third party who assists in financial and legal disputes

Naqslagan

Artifex

Artist

A man who paints portraits

Yaqci

Flécher

Fletcher

Artisan, works with bows and arrows

Qobuzci

Cantor

Musician|Poet

Musician and poet dedicated to oral history of Konchak people

Bitik ostasi

Scholaster

Teacher

Head of a religious institution of education

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RELIGIOUS TERMS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Ilah

Deus

God

The supreme creator of existence

Iblis

Iblees

Iblees

A fallen servant of God, the source of all evil

Cənnət

Caelum

The Seven Skies

The afterlife for all good and righteous believers of the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Cəhənnəm

Inferis

Hell

The domain of Iblis and the place where damned souls go to spend all eternity in constant and everlasting agony

Məscid

Templum

Temple

A place of religious worship

Peygambar

Prophetam

Prophet

A religious figure who has received divine providence

Algisi

Martyr

Martyr

A person who has sacrificed their life for their religion

Ayetullah

Pontifex

Priest

A ranking cleric of the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Seriat

Lex Divina

Religious Law

The religious law of the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Cənazə üzlük

Funus Larva

Funeral Mask

A mask of pre-conversion religious significance among the Konchaks that continues as a custom today. Worn in all places bar areas of social gathering and temples

Seriyat

Praetor

Religious Magistrate

A judge who oversees a Seriat Court, see Qadi

Zakon

In qua recitantu oratio

The Recitation

The scriptures of the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Elfokaz

Iurisperitus

Jurist

A jurist who makes dictations on religious law

Xukm

Sententia

Judgement

A decision passed by a Seriat court

Yarligamaq

Misericordia

Mercy

The absolvement of crimes convicted of by a Seriat court in good faith that the individual will repent

Qadağandır

Impermissus

Forbidden

Things deemed taboo by the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Dəvət

Vocatio

Summons

A summons to faith, the call of conversion and proselytization

Tin

Anima

Soul

The concept of a spirit that persists outside one’s body - the framework of spirituality

Maşallah

Deus Vult

God wills it

An expression of joy, praise or thankfulness typically attributed to the Divine

İnşallah

Si enim Deus Vult

If God Wills it

A term used to refer to future events one wills, in the belief that nothing happens less God wills it to be

əlhəmdulillah

Omnis laus ex Deo est

All praise is due to God

A term of prayer or praise given to God

Ilah Böyükdür

Deus Magnus

God is Great

A term used as a general declaration of one’s faith, often used in prayer or on the battlefield

Ümmet

Communitas

Community

The community of Möminlər bound together by the merit of their faith

Mömin(lər)

Credentes

Believer(s)

Any and all true believers of the Al'iiman Mutahawir

Günahkar

Peccator

Sinner

A person who does not keep true to the word of God, considered unvirtuous or unfaithful

Müşrik

Idolis serviens

Idolater

A believer who is not true to the word and takes idols and false beliefs alongside God, a sin punishable by death

Mötəzil

Apostatae

Apostate

A believer who converts away from the faith, the worst crime within the Mutahawir punishable by death

Cihat

Proelium

Struggle

A term used to describe any attempt to better oneself with God’s guidance, though more regularly associated with defensive war against non-believers

Mücahid

Qui oderunt te

One who struggles

A term used to describe a person who partakes in Cihat

Qazwha

Incursito

Raiding

A term used to describe religiously-proscribed military expeditions against non-believers in order to spread the faith

Qazi

Bellator

Warrior, Raider

A term used to describe soldiers who take part in Qazwha

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MEDICAL TERMS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Kun

Sanguine

Sanguine

One of the four humors

Balgam

Pituitosus

Phlegmatic

One of the four humors

Qursaq

Irascibilis

Choleric

One of the four humors

Sauda

Melancholicus

Melancholic

One of the four humors

Otlar

Herbis

Herbs

Plants with medicinal properties

Malahan

Unguen

Salve

Ointment derived from herbs

Maajunlar

Medicinae

Medicine

The science of healing

Kormek

Visus

Sight

One of the five senses

Esitmek

Auditus

Hearing

One of the five senses

Tatmaq

Sapor

Taste

One of the five senses

Iylamaq

Odor

Smell

One of the five senses

Tutmaq

Tactus

Touch

One of the five senses

Bas

Capitus

Head

The upper part of the human body, or the front or upper part of the body of an animal

Manglek

Frons

Forehead

The part of the face above the eyebrows

Qas

Supercilium

Eyebrow

The strip of hair growing on the ridge above the eye

Kirpik

Palpebra

Eyelid

The skin covering one’s eye

Kz

Oculus

Eye

Each of a pair of globular organs in the head through which people and vertebrate animals see

Kz Yaruk

Lux in oculo

Light of the Eye

A particular feeling that someone’s eyes seem to express

Burun

Nasus

Nose

The part projecting above the mouth on the face of a person or animal, containing the nostrils and used for breathing and smelling

Yangaq

Maxilla

Cheek

The sides of the face below the eyes

Tis

Dente

Tooth

Each of a set of hard, bony enamel-coated structures in the jaws of most creatures

Til

Lingua

Tongue

The fleshy muscular organ found in the mouths of mammals responsible for the sense of taste

Qursaq

Ventri

Stomach

The internal organ in which the major part of digestion occurs

Kngl

Cordis

Heart

The internal organ from which blood flows through the body, believed to be the vessel for the soul

Teri

Cutis

Skin

The outer layer of tissue that covers the entirety of the human body

Ylci

Tonsor

Barber

A practitioner of surgery and cosmetics

Ylngc

Novacula

Razor

A blade used for the shearing of hair

Saqal

Barba

Beard

A man’s facial hair

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COLORS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Aq

Album

White

The color of milk or snow

Qara

Ater

Black

The color of coal

Qizil

Rubrum

Red

The color of blood

Abı

Caeruleum

Blue

The color of the sea and the sky

Sari

Flavus

Yellow

The color of gold, straw, the sun

Yasil

Viridis

Green

The color of most flora present on Arcas

Ipkin

Purpureus

Violet

The color of royalty, a blueish purple color

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THINGS AND OBJECTS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Yaqut

Ruby

Ruby

A precious stone consisting of corundum in color varieties varying from deep crimson or purple to pale rose

Yapqut

Sapphirus

Sapphire

A transparent precious stone, typically blue, that is a variety of corundum

Zmurut

Smaragdus

Emerald

A bright green precious stone consisting of a chromium-rich variety of beryl

Yalmas

Adamas

Diamond

A precious stone consisting of a clear and colorless crystalline form of pure carbon, the hardest naturally occurring substance

Tas

Petram

Stone

Hard solid nonmetallic mineral matter of which rock is made, especially as a building material

Kirec

Saxi calcis

Limestone

A hard sedimentary rock, composed mainly of calcium carbonate or dolomite, used as building material

Qum

Sabulum

Sand

A loose granular substance, typically pale yellowish brown, resulting from erosion

Su

Aqua

Water

A colorless, transparent, odorless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain from which the gift of life is born

Kerpic

Later

Brick

A small rectangular block typically made of fired or sun-dried clay, used in building

Ceri

Exercitus

Army

An organized military force meant for warfare

Sancis

Bellum

War

A state of armed conflict between two or more participants

Sagit

Arma

Arms

Weapons, ammunition and armaments

Sirdaq

Loricatus

Coat of Mail

Coat of iron chain-links formed to provide protection against slashing attacks

Tovulga

Cassis

Helmet

A hard or padded hat, often made of metal, worn by soldiers to protect themselves

Qlic

Gladio

Sword

A weapon with a long metal blade and a hilt with a hand guard, used for thrusting or striking

Bicaq

Cultro

Knife

An instrument composed of a blade fixed into a handle, used for cutting or as a weapon

Sançız

Hastam

Spear

A weapon with a long shaft and a pointed tip, typically of metal, used for thrusting or throwing

Opraq

Vestimentum

Clothing

Items worn to cover the body and protect against the elements

Teri Ton

Pelles

Furs

The short and fine hair of certain animals worn as clothing

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NATURAL TERMS

Kadaksleri

Flexio

Common

Usage

Hawa

Ventus

Wind

The perceptible natural movement of the air

Saqim

Cicero

Frost

A state of cold sufficient enough to cause the freezing of water

Su

Aqua

Water

A colorless, transparent, odorless liquid that forms the seas, lakes, rivers, and rain from which the gift of life is born

Yer

Terra

Earth

The substance of the land, rock and soil

Ot

Ignis

Fire

The result of burning which provides heat, smoke and light

Terek

Arbor

Tree

A woody perennial plant, typically having a single stem or trunk growing to a considerable height

Agac

Lignum

Wood

The hard fibrous material that forms the trunks and branches of trees

Yemis

Fructus

Fruit

The sweet and fleshy product of a tree or other plants

Bogday

Triticum

Wheat

A cereal plant, the grain of which is ground to make flour

Arpa

Hordeum

Barley

A cereal plant, the grain of which is used for brewing and stockfeed

Brinc

Oryza

Rice

A swamp grass that can be cultivated as a source of food

Kptelk

Pulmentum

Stew

A Konchak stew dish of meat, typically lamb or cow, broth and flour

Janaqar

Bestia

Beast

An animal

At

Equus

Horse

A large plant-eating domesticated mammal with solid hooves and a flowing mane and tail used for transport and war

Astlan

Leo

Lion

A large tawny-colored cat that lives in prides

Qistraq

Equa

Mare

A female horse

Qatir

Mula

Mule

A hybrid between a horse and a donkey

Esek

Asinus

Donkey

A domesticated hoofed mammal of the horse family with long ears and a braying call

Tonguz

Porcus

Pig

An omnivorous domesticated hoofed mammal with sparse bristly hair and a flat snout for rooting in the soil

Keyik Tonguz

Aper

Boar

A tusked, wild pig from which the domestic variety are descended

Sigir

Bovi

Ox

A bovine (typically castrated) reared and trained as a draft animal

Qocqar

Aries

Ram

A male sheep

Qozi

Agnus

Lamb

A young sheep

It

Canis

Dog

A domesticated animal derivative of wolves, considered taboo by the Konchak and ritualistically slaughtered in the name of their God

Maci

Felis

Cat

A small domesticated carnivorous mammal with soft fur, a short snout, and retractable claws

Sazagan

Draco

Dragon

A gargantuan, fire-breathing serpent. The symbol of the House of Horen and its cadets

Ayu

Ursa

Bear

A large, heavy, mammal that walks on the soles of its feet, with thick fur and a very short tail

Qurd

Lupus

Wolf

A wild carnivorous mammal of the dog family, living and hunting in packs

Boga

Tauri

Bull

An uncastrated male bovine animal

Yilan

Serpens

Snake

A long limbless reptile which has no eyelids, a short tail, and jaws that are capable of considerable extension

Cipciq

Avis

Bird

A warm-blooded egg-laying vertebrate distinguished by the possession of feathers, wings, and a beak

Balaban

Falco

Falcon

A bird of prey with long pointed wings and a notched beak, typically catching prey by diving on it from above

Qarciga

Accipiter

Hawk

A bird of prey with broad rounded wings and a long tail, typically taking prey by surprise with a short chase

Qaraqus

Aquila

Eagle

A large bird of prey with a massive hooked bill and long broad wings, renowned for its keen sight and powerful soaring flight

Turna

Corvus

Crow

A large perching bird with mostly glossy black plumage, a heavy bill, and a raucous voice

Sigirciq

Columba

Dove

A stocky seed- or fruit-eating bird with a small head, short legs, and a cooing voice

Edited by Konchakia

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((What a wonderful and unique group you’re writing here! I have to say I like it a lot. Back in 2015 (Vailor) we had a Tatar-inspired culture for a little event-line we did called the Tarchary Crusade. It never really got off the ground as a player-group and was never intended to do so anyway, but hey, why not set up a connection between the two in some capacity? If you’re interested, I’ve got some links to some info for that whole thing.)) 

 

 

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