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These affixes have descended from the Ancient Dialect, mostly used today in the Common Language of the Sypen, but some even appear in the Erudite Language of the world's most renowned scholars.

This list of affixes is, for the most part, accurate.

Some affixes are used to denote the type of thing a name is referring to, and can be noted by the use of a dash in place of the root word. Other affixes completely change the meaning of a word, and when written out are separated from the root word by an apostrophe; here they are noted by the use of an apostrophe.

Note: <> stands for the root word the affix is used with

Geography:

  • -ire : River
  • -an, -on; Lake
  • -go, -ga: Sea/Ocean
  • -er, -ar : Mountain
  • -ine, -yne: City
  • -ane, -one: Village
  • -oon, -une: Fort/Military Camp

Society:

  • Idin' : Family of <>
  • Ins' : Symbol/Insignia of <>
  • Nid' : Child of <>

Characteristics:

  • Heim' : All-knowing/Wise
  • 'dall : caregiver, guardian
  • A- : One
  • Sa' : Fire
  • La' : Water
  • Wa' : Wind
  • Cha' : Earth

Numbers:

  • -id : One
  • -ie : Two
  • -if : Three
  • -ig : Four
  • -ih : Five
  • -yi : Six
  • E' : Opposite
  • T' : Double
  • Al' : Worth
  • -os- : Time measure
  • -as- : Distance measure
  • -is- : Weight measure