Some more words and phrases, since I’m feeling linguistic this morning:
esélmór: remembrance; memory-token (from esél “remember” + mórés “token, representation”); an object kept to stimulate the memory.
ethé: soft, yielding, comfortable
feäl qalasír: necessity (internal; an irrefusable demand of the soul); from feäl – abstraction operator – + qalasír “driving energies of the individual”.
galráësél: to recall with the body, as in trained reflexes or physical skills (from galrás “flesh” and esél “remember”)
galshín: to carve (cut meat), a meat-carving knife
galshíndar: one who uses a meat-carving knife; butcher
hatheän: ephemeral, brief (from hath “time” + eän “flicker (of flame)”).
húëll: animal (originally, anything which is living and moves by its own will)
kalat: plant, sessile lifeform (originally, anything which is living and does not move itself)
kithémór: heart-token (from kithel “to feel, to emote” + mórés “token, representation”); an object kept to express its owner’s passions.
layés: longing, yearning, to long /yearn for
misan: a day-night cycle; specifically, one calendar “day” composed of an arísú “day” and a múrna “night”, although not necessarily in that order. See also -mis, suffix for day names.
(Traditionally, the cycle was accounted from dawn to following dawn in the Old Empires region, which became the basis of the Harmonious Calendar; however, when contact with the Underside was made, the cycle there was accounted from dusk to following dusk, thus preserving identity of date, i.e., the 9th day of the month would consist of the same hours on both Upperside and Underside, save with the day and night reversed to night and day.)
mithseir: mathematician (from mithá “number(s)” + idaseir “seer, scryer”).
nistrazik: ore (from nistraöth “metal” + azik “rock”)
shín: to cut, a cutter (including knives and all other objects which cut)
“súnavár an-arídamaen”: “brightening sunsets” (from súnar “bright” + arídan “sun” and maen “to fall, one which falls”); a euphemism for “dead”, referring to cremation and the scattering of ashes into the wind.
“traäman cadair”: the Dragon Throne (from aman “dragon” + cadair “throne”).
“traülestxí ithal”: mathom, purposeless object (potentially with function, but without purpose); from estxí “function”, diminutive form of estxíjir “wyrd/destiny/dharma” + ithal “object”.
velcál: bread; technically any product made from a dough of ground grains (desh). Seen often in the compounds el velcál ap aesaer (bread and salt) and el velcál ap galrás (bread and meat; a common type of sandwich).
velmahav: baker, to bake (from velcál “bread” + mahav “make”)