Keverynn Glossary

A’dlet – loose pants worn by the lions
Aa’donn – Horyinn traditional men’s garb; loose pants
Aadenn – Horyinn traditional woman’s garb; trousers tucked into the viil
Aikinleh – Wolfling term; secondary air elemental
Airen – Ryuutenshi term of endearment
Aj’nal – Tchupak traditional man’s garb; men’s shoes
Aj’ni – Tchupak traditional woman’s garb; woman’s shoes
Ajek – Tchupak traditional woman’s garb; woman’s shirt
Akla – Chume’taly term; leg
Akla’kedunn – Chume’taly term; bracers for the lower legs
Akla’tel – Chume’taly term; leg bands
Al’jenn – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; overlapping belts that are thin at the waist and thicker down at the thigh
Ala’ad – Aurann traditional woman’s garb; the top skirt made of a heavier material than the ja’la’ad, it is slit from the top of the front to the floor and from the knees in the back to the floor.
Alai – leopard woman’s Hui style shirt
An – Chume’taly term; wrist
An’duhann – Aurann traditional woman’s garb
An’tel – Chume’taly term; bracelet
Ana-Lashann – Moon of the Dragon; the largest of Keverynn’s three moons and is silver in color. It has a 32 day cycle
Ana-Leta – Moon of Fire; the smallest of the three moons and is red in color. This moon is visible during the day as well as at nighttime. It has a 19 day cycle.
Ana-Turann – Moon of the Wyvern; the second largest moon and is blue in color. It has a 25 day cycle.
Andulinn – Aurann traditional woman’s garb; a scoop necked, short sleeved, thigh length dress made of thin, light material
Arpali’maj – Chume’taly term; vest woven from several different colors of ribbon that can be made from complimenting colors or from different shades of a single color. It is a luxury item among the cheetahs.
Atel’paloref – Chume’taly term; furred mantles made with the animal heads still attached to the hide

Bak’lenn – trials of the blade held in Tir’ri during the 10th year of the reign of their Tal’jeeran, used to find is successor.
Bal’rai – leopard man’s Hui style short vest

Cacha – a hot beverage that tastes like cinnamon
Chi’chayia – Chume’taly term; a wooden instrument that resembles an upright xylophone made of hollowed out pieces of Duronga wood
Cho’sa – Horyinn traditional men’s garb; a wide belt
Con’sala – Aurannian footwear for both genders. They are stiff boots that are nearly knee high and lace up the front

Dai’she’viil – Horyinn traditional men’s garb; a shorter version of the iishe’viil made for Chume’taly
Daluren – layered veils worn by wealthy tiger women
Dan’ya – Part of the Sutaran traditional woman’s garb; loose fitting pants that have a wide band around the waist and at the cuffs
Delorenn – Wolfling term; secondary water elemental
Djal – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; a high collared, knee long dress with no sleeves and is open on one side from the hip down.
Djinenn – Sutaran traditional man’s garb
Duronga – a fur tree that grows only in the heart of the Chume’taly forest that is sacred to the Chume’taly

El’so – Part of the Sutaran traditional woman’s garb; an under tunic that is high collared at the neck and leaves the shoulder area bare in the front and back; it also leaves the naval area exposed. The sleeves start up at the top of the bust and angle downwards to just above the elbow. From there, the arm is covered to the wrist.
Elurinn – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; a ground length skirt that is narrow at the top and wider at the base. It is worn under the djal
Et’jul – Chume’taly term; leather
Etul’kevlann – Sutaran traditional woman’s garb

Fal’durenann – Horyinn traditional woman’s garb
Fe’zuun – baggy shirts worn by tigers
Fejular – a cloth used by the white panthers and the leopards
Firr – Chume’taly term; ankle
Firr’tel – Chume’taly term; anklet

Geshu – a harmless rodent common to the Ryuutenshi Valley
Gi’ri – loose pants worn by tigers
Go’shenn – Tir’rian traditional man’s garb; loose, v-necked and long sleeved shirts

Hak’me – Chume’taly; a chain worn around the neck
Hak’me’pel – Chume’taly; chains worn around the neck decorated with feathers
Hak’me’pelun – Chume’taly; chains worn around the neck decorated with beads and feathers
Hak’me’telun – Chume’taly; chains worn around the neck decorated with beads
Hak’menar – Chume’taly; a single chain with a small pendant
Hlopath – Tir’rian traditional man’s garb; loose pants
Huun – sleeveless under tunics worn by snow leopards

Iishe’viil – Horyinn traditional woman’s garb; a modified, footless boot made especially for the Chume’taly members
Ij’na – Horyinn traditional men’s garb; a short vest with cap sleeves that fastens in such a way as to look wrapped.
Ijjihad’menar – complex layered chains with many pendants and ornaments that are worn by wealthy tiger males
Ira - Ryuutenshi term; dark
Irakann – Ryuutenshi term; dark sword

Ja’la’ad – Aurann traditional woman’s garb; the under skirt made of a heavier material than the andulinn but lighter than the ala’ad. This skirt falls to the ground uninterrupted
Ja’neal – hooded coats worn by snow leopards
Jah’na – Horyinn traditional woman’s garb; a tank top
Jaken-lurenn – a single veil worn by tiger dancers
Jal’so – Part of the Sutaran traditional woman’s garb; the over tunic that falls to the knees. It’s very simple in construction with a wide, square neck, and small cap sleeves. It is open on the right side from the waist down.
Jalfa-lurenn – a bridal veil that consists of three layers, each one longer than the one above it
Jali – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; baggy pants that are tucked into the qot
Jek – Chume’taly term; ear
Jekenn – Earrings
Jeken’pel – earrings worn by panthers made with feathers
Jeken’pelunn – earrings worn by panthers made with beads and feathers
Jeken’telunn – earrings worn by panthers made with beads
Jel’vir – Tchupak traditional man’s garb; vest
Jeleen – leopard shirt that resembles a Han style woman’s shirt
Jelonn – leopard shirt that resembles a Han style men’s shirt
Jelupp – pendant
Jiinn – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; snug pants worn under the nilvar
Jon’pei – Tchupak traditional man’s garb; belt

K’luyinn – Tir’rian traditional man’s garb; high boots
Ka’dalurenn – layered veils worn by wealthy tiger women that cover the whole face
Ka’pol – leopard shirt that resembles a Gin style shirt
Kann - Ryuutenshi term; sword
Kana – female dog; bitch
Kappi – Part of the Sutaran traditional woman’s garb; The wide sash that belts the jal’so at the waist. It wraps around several times and ties at the back
Kedunn – sheath, bracer
Kel – shorts
Kil’varr – an herbivorous herd animal that is native to Tula’tevenn and Shu’venath Provinces. They look like small brown horses with white zebra-like striping. Males are called jakes and females are called jenyes. They’re intelligent, but no more so than the average dog. They’re milked like goats and the milk is used to make a variety of cheeses. They can also be trained as pets.
Knetlo – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; the over shirt is long sleeved and high necked. A half circle is cut out around the collarbone and diamond shapes are cut out of the sleeves on the outside of the arm, exposing part of the koden. From the elbow down, the sleeves are bound with zall.
Ko’vaann – thick leather leggings with lace up sides that hug they legs worn by snow leopards
Ko’vaan’lok – thick leather leggings with lace up sides that hug they legs worn by snow leopards that have fur on the cuffs
Kodenn – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; under shirt. It has a scoop neck line and elbow length sleeves. It is worn tucked into the jali.

Leit – gloves

Ma’viil – Horyinn traditional men’s garb; shoes
Merashenn – Wolfling term; tertiary water elemental
Mesham’inn – Wolfling term; minor water elemental
Minal – crop tops
Mnalit – long vests worn by tigers

Nari – hip wraps worn by the lions
Neel – Aurann woman’s clothing; knee length pants
Ni’freao – Chume’taly greeting; translates to ‘greetings’
Nill’durenann – Horyinnn traditional men’s garb
Nilvar – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; baggy leg covers worn over the jiin and held up with the yarenn

Pferital – vests worn by Chume’taly panthers that have buttons made of animal teeth or claws.

Qot – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; knee high boots
Quapi – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; a girdle that covers the stomach and groin areas. It is worn on top of the clothing.
Quonar  – Tir’rian traditional man’s garb; a wide band worn around the waist

Rei’shikairenn – a Ryuutenshi word meaning bondmate
Rei’shuunn – fur hats worn by snow leopards
Rejek – Tchupak traditional man’s garb; man’s shirt

Se’dalurenn – layered veils worn by wealthy tiger women that cover the lower part of the face
Sha’alinn – Aurann traditional woman’s garb; a stiff leather bodice worn over the andulinn
Sha’pei – Tchupak traditional woman’s garb; sash
Sha’shonn – Horyinnn traditional men’s garb; a high necked, long sleeved shirt
Shakara – Wolfling term; tertiary earth elemental
Sheka – dung
Shlith – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; arm covers that start just below the shoulder. They are secured to the arm with thin ribbons. They fall past the fingers. Shlith is the singular. The plural form is Shlith’em.
Shlith’em – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; the plural form of shlith.
So’tam – vests worn by lions
Sori – Part of the Sutaran traditional woman’s garb; a simple sandal that laces up the leg in a crisscross fashion up to a few inches below the knees. They are laced over the dan’ya, pinning them down.

T’lii – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; form fitting leggings worn under the elurinn
T’lunak – loin cloths worn by both the lions and cheetahs
Ta’al – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; a thin belt that is worn over the Quapi and fastens on the left side.
Tahree – Wolfling term; minor air elemental
Tai’nath – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; a man’s shirt with the sleeves detached
Tal’jeerann – the Nomad word for Lord
Talisenn – Wolfling term; secondary earth elemental
Tel – Chume’taly term; band
Telun’me - chains worn around the neck made entirely of beads on a string
Tiir’ann – Tchupak traditional man’s garb; men’s pants
Tiir’lovann – Tchupak traditional man’s garb
Tluf – Chume’taly term; lion tail
Tlufen – rings worn on a lion’s tail just beneath the tuft, generally only sported by wealthy women
Tor’ann – Tchupak traditional woman’s garb; women’s pants
Tor’lovann – Tchupak traditional woman’s garb
Trethharp – a seven stringed Ryuutenshi instrument. It is shaped like a shield with a long curved neck and sits in one’s lap. The strings run from the curved head of the neck down to the base.

Un’jel – Chume’taly term; ribbon
Uteran – pants worn by Chume’taly panthers

Ve’nath – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; a shirt with long, detachable sleeves that leaves the sides exposed from the waist down
Veon – Chume’taly term; arm
Veon’kedun – Chume’taly term; arm bracers
Veon’tel – Chume’taly term; arm bands
Ver’tuk – loose pants, ankle length, worn by leopards
Verann – Wolfling term; minor fire elemental
Viil – Horyinnn traditional woman’s garb; boots
Vrot’pel – a style sported by the white panthers that consists of wrapping strands of cloth (fejular), leather (et’jul), or ribbon (un’jel) in a crisscross fashion around the tops of their feet

Yal’ned – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb
Yal’tuk – loose pants bound just above the knee, worn by leopards
Yalderinn – a tasteless herb grown in Gira’loyis Province. It’s used to treat severe head trauma and has the side effect of rendering a person unconscious.
Yanaweh – Wolfling term; secondary fire elemental
Yarenn – Aurannian traditional men’s garb; garters that hold up the nilvar

Zall – Part of the Sutaran traditional man’s garb; thin strings that crisscross over the sleeves of the knetlo from the elbows to the wrists.
Zarakshasha – Wolfling term; tertiary air elemental
Zephir’im – Wolfling term; tertiary fire elemental
Zhai-chel – young one; this term originates from the Alastean island chain and is only used by the Vaen people, a race long vanished from the main land.
Zin’polem – Aurannian traditional men’s garb
Zorel – leopard woman’s long vest
Zulenn – Tir’rian traditional woman’s garb; boots that go mid way up the calf.