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Donoki Word List and Meanings

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  1. Official Donoki Dictionary
  2. Created by Natalie "Eilavamp" Vincent
  3. Do not copy! Please link to this page if you need to use any of it, get in contact at dragonarmycast at gmail dot com, subject line Donoki Usage. You can also find me at my website: www.dragonarmygaming.com where you will also find Creeping Dark! A Minecraft Musical. It's the first and only musical in minecraft and you will like it!
  4.  
  5. Disclaimer, explanation of the origins of the language and terms for usage can be found at the end of the document.
  6.  
  7. Enjoy!
  8.  
  9. Majik = Magic
  10. Maji = Magician
  11. Majidi = Magicians, plural
  12. Majidikaz = Non-Magician
  13. Prukkadi = Those who are stupid to us
  14. Prukkadi'ko = Those who are stupid to us
  15. Prukka = Idiot.
  16.  
  17. Numbers
  18.  
  19. Ra = Zero
  20. Da = One (also see 2 letter words)
  21. Ga = Two
  22. Ka = Three
  23. Ja = Four
  24. Pa = Five
  25. Ma = Six
  26. Na = Seven
  27. Sa = Eight
  28. Ta = Nine
  29.  
  30. Pri = Ten
  31. Gri = Twenty
  32. Kri = Thirty
  33. Jri = Forty
  34. Pro = Fifty
  35. Sri = Sixty
  36. Tri = Seventy
  37. Kra = Eighty
  38. Kro = Ninety
  39.  
  40. Add Fi to the end of a number to make it an ordered number, e.g. Rafi = First, Prodafi = Fifty-second, Safi = Eighth etc.
  41.  
  42. Puku = Hundred
  43. Ga puku gri ga (example) Two hundred and twenty two.
  44. Domu = Thousand
  45. Sri domu na puku kra na = Sixty thousand seven hundred and eighty seven
  46. Samo = Million
  47. Tri samo kra domu ja puku prita = Seventy million, eighty thousand, four hundred and nineteen
  48.  
  49. Ma samo ma puku sri ma domu ma puku sri ma = Six million, six hundred and sixty six thousand, six hundred and sixty six 6,666,666
  50.  
  51. a = Binding/possession (Eilas = Eila'a, We have/own = Ko tupi'a)
  52. i = past
  53. o = present
  54. u = future
  55.  
  56. Two letter words
  57.  
  58. Ko = Us/We
  59. Do = Theirs
  60. Da = One. Also 'Oh!' an exclaimation of surprise.
  61. Di = Plural (eg. Prukdi, idiots, or Prukdinaz, foreign idiots. This also opens up Maji, singular, to Majidi, Mages)
  62. So = Mine
  63. Ti = Ours
  64. Zi = Yours
  65. Ki = And/as well as. Usage is a bit different to the binding letter a, which shows possession and connection of two physical things, rather than two words.
  66. Zo = No (op. Yes)
  67. Po = The/Are
  68. Za = To
  69. Lu = Added to words to make them opposite. (Some words also have opposite words, i.e. Off (Du) and On (Ze), but you could also say Tulu, or Dulu, to mean off or on.)
  70. Zu = Also/as well/too
  71. Tu = On (Opposite of off)
  72. Du = Off (Opposite of on)
  73. Uk = ing
  74. Mi = Of
  75. Li = Or
  76. Ku = Is/'s (I.e. Ben's a smart guy. Samin Benku galiki/Benku galiki? Is Ben smart?)
  77. Jo = He/him
  78. To = They (Tokaz or Tonaz)
  79. Ju = She/her
  80. Nu = Added to end of words to make them about a person. e.g. Gini = seek. Gininu = Seeker.
  81. Mu = In/Within
  82.  
  83. Questions
  84. Srik = Who
  85. Kazik = When
  86. Lokan = How
  87. Nozuk = Why
  88. Fikar = What
  89. Samin = Where
  90. Dopim = Which
  91.  
  92. Three letter words
  93.  
  94. Kaz = Local
  95. Naz = Foreign
  96. Doz = Money
  97. Zuz = Month
  98. Zaz = Year
  99. Gak = It
  100. Nak = It's
  101. Dak = Its
  102. Nik = Because/due to
  103.  
  104. Four letter words
  105.  
  106. Pruk = Idiot
  107. Maji = Magician
  108. Zazi = Yes (op. No)
  109. Niko = You (local, singular “just you“)
  110. Kari = You (local, plural “all of you”)
  111. Dika = Drink/Potion
  112. Gopo = Me
  113. Miju = With/alongside
  114. Mijo = With/used with
  115. Gini = Seek/Look
  116. Pono = Find
  117. Tasa = Without
  118. Kina = But/However
  119. Mila = Know
  120. Kodo = For
  121. Zubu = Can/Able
  122. Zana = Does
  123. Tupi = Need
  124. Togo = From
  125. Sana = Light (op. of heavy)
  126. Anas = Heavy (op. of light)
  127. Doko = Against
  128. Nomo = May (eg. you may enter)
  129. Taka = Gold
  130. Kaji = Silver
  131. Laku = Diamond
  132. Fika = Big/Huge
  133. Tori = Not
  134. Dono = Sandstonian Language, short for Donoki (sand) Lazuli (stone), the name of the town.
  135. Nali = That
  136. Momo = This
  137.  
  138. Five letter words
  139.  
  140. Jinik = Man (over 17)
  141. Januk = Woman (over 17)
  142. Dokon = Boy (16 and younger)
  143. Nakan = Girl (16 and younger)
  144. Dakro = Voice
  145. Majik = Magic
  146. Srali = Alchemy
  147. Minuk = Minecart/Train
  148. Sikom = Object/item/thing
  149. Somol = Small
  150. Grulo = Enchantment
  151. Kriku = King
  152. Musan = Music/Tune/Tone/Note
  153. Lapis = Water
  154. Gopon = Book
  155. Koruk = Rock
  156. Srusk = Quiet
  157. Pokka = Place
  158. Kanap = Entire/All of (an item or amount of people/things)
  159. Nifar = Nefarious
  160. Linko = Loud
  161. Kraga = Bring
  162. Kelan = Life/Alive
  163. Kozan = House
  164. Nakum = Right (also Correct)
  165. Mukan = Wrong
  166. Makil = Light (op. Dark)
  167. Likam = Dark (op. Light)
  168. Kromu = Home
  169. Samas = Shade
  170. Jonka = Name
  171. Ralik = Welcome
  172. Juzik = Boat
  173. Minar = Truth/True
  174. Kilop = Lie
  175. Mubal = False
  176.  
  177. Six letter words
  178.  
  179. Dolono = World
  180. Mikila = Team
  181. Lazuli = Jewel
  182. Jakani = Guard
  183. Kizjan = Lost
  184. Firuno = Fire
  185. Kasina = Snow/Ice
  186. Farofo = Lightning
  187. Gorina = Blind
  188. Dozama = Peace
  189. Jamisu = Mean/Meaning/What is meant by
  190. Sripar = Sword
  191. Fasinu = Shovel
  192. Makito = Master/Boss
  193. Maniko = Belonging/Ownership
  194. Dotani = Bow
  195. Milana = Knowledge
  196. Lujino = Arrow
  197. Kirana = Axe
  198. Zazuka = Tower
  199. Falisi = Pickaxe
  200. Sugiro = Hoe
  201. Morusu = Secret
  202. Prukka = Idiot (person. In dono, a thing cannot be idiotic. It is simply stupid.)
  203. Prokka = Stupid (thing/place/item/anything but person.)
  204. Kokuza = Coward
  205. Matona = Spire
  206. Papana = Mercy
  207. Galiki = Smart
  208. Finamu = Forest
  209. Donoki = Sand
  210. Korala = Good
  211. Mapatt = Shine (Also see Day)
  212. Galuna = Glow
  213. Zaruku = Please
  214. Danuki = Private
  215. Zikram = Standing/Status (You forget your place/You are of a low status)
  216. Jikino = Friend
  217. Malano = Enemy
  218. Jadoku = Exit
  219. Kodula = Entrance
  220. Tazula = Sorry
  221.  
  222. Seven letter words
  223. Zolikan = Wonderful
  224. Morpidu = Human/Person i.e. He is barely a person at all. Who are these people? We are human.
  225. Atanoka = Attention/Warning
  226. Tanokas = Death
  227. Dorjuna = Ender/The End/End in Endstone. Anything relating to or about or made of or from The End.
  228. Nijinak = Obsidian
  229. Gazarik = Fast/At speed
  230. Galajik = Believe
  231.  
  232. Eight letter words
  233. Nikonazj = You (singular, foreign)
  234. Karinazj = You (plural, foreign)
  235. Kakunaki = Railway
  236. Zaranazj = Bye/Farewell (Can add Korala to this to make it an especially heartfelt goodbye)
  237. Disaruku = Desert
  238. Taniriku = Destiny/Fate
  239.  
  240. Nine letter words
  241. Gobolozak = Earth
  242. Magikromu = University
  243. Falinazuk = Fly
  244. Kraganazj = Station (All place uses such as police, railway etc)
  245.  
  246. Ten letter words
  247. Komozakkan = Ceremony
  248.  
  249. Beasts
  250. Dogaz = Zombie
  251. Skulo = Skeleton
  252. Spina = Spider
  253. Kirip = Creeper
  254. Akrina = Ghast/Ghost
  255. Kulok = Chicken
  256. Piruk = Pig
  257. Dusom = Cow
  258. Mooshroom
  259. Sheep
  260. Squid
  261. Ocelot
  262. Cat
  263. Droka = Wolf
  264. Enderman
  265. Blaze
  266. Cave Spider
  267. Magma Cube
  268. Silverfish
  269. Slime
  270. Snow Golem
  271. Iron Golem
  272. Drakan = Dragon
  273.  
  274. Town Names
  275. Lapis Lazuli = Waterstone
  276. Taku Lazuli = Goldstone
  277. Galuna Lazuli = Glowstone
  278. Lopa Lazuli = Redstone
  279. Donoki Lazuli = Sandstone
  280. Koruk Lazuli = Cobblestone
  281.  
  282.  
  283. Verbs
  284. Admire = Lonbun
  285. Agree = Nidar
  286. Allow = Dorakar
  287. Ambush = Zazjan
  288. Answer = Pok
  289. Apologise = Jituk
  290. Arrive = Gakik
  291. Attack = Tasuk
  292. Bake = Protin
  293. Beg = Kor
  294. Brew = Dinik
  295. Burn = Zjik
  296. Call = Tarak
  297. Challenge = Sasanik
  298. Chase = Fasituk
  299. Close (op. open) = Kugog
  300. Damage = Jakun
  301. Destroy = Kuduk
  302. Die = Tanok
  303. Disagree = Nadir
  304. Drop = Prapik
  305. Enchant = Grulon
  306. End = Sotop
  307. Enter = Sasan
  308. Escape = Gaton
  309. Explode = Kakum
  310. Fix = Marik
  311. Flow = Naluk
  312. Forget = Mikon
  313. Gather = Nanuk
  314. Grab = Jolun
  315. Hang = Futin
  316. Imagine = Daramin
  317. Judge = Akak
  318. Jump = Lepok
  319. Kill = Molak
  320. Land = Kopol
  321. Move (object, not travel) = Dilak
  322. Notice = Nituf
  323. Obey = Loman
  324. Open = Goguk
  325. Pass = Tatin
  326. Play = Jujun
  327. Promise = Ponuk
  328. Protect = Kazoz
  329. Question = Kunop
  330. Reach = Garab
  331. Read = Sasom
  332. Return = Kakan
  333. Rule = Lopop
  334. Scatter = Namol
  335. Send = Pazjan
  336. Speak/Say/Talk = Satinok (Also see Voices)
  337. Speed = Kazal
  338. Spend = Zamal
  339. Survive = Taton
  340. Stay = Putun
  341. Steal = Tzjik
  342. Thank = Larun
  343. Think = Jikat
  344. Turn = Konitas
  345. Travel = Jonud
  346. Use = Zatok
  347. Vanish = Disop
  348. Visit = Jenut
  349. Walk = Fasat
  350. Watch = Katul
  351. Will = Jokum
  352. Win = Kruzok
  353. Work = Tasaf
  354. Yell = Loduj
  355. Zip = Rikun
  356. Zoom = Nurik
  357.  
  358. Directions
  359. North = Ninik
  360. South = Salok
  361. East = Karan
  362. West = Dajin
  363. Backwards = Kakup
  364. Forwards = Jajan
  365. Reverse = Rikan
  366. Left = Lurop
  367. Right = Piran
  368. Through = Kinij
  369.  
  370. Colours
  371. Red = Lopa
  372. Blue = Azuni
  373. Black = Krakon
  374. Light-Blue = Azunila
  375. White = Sriana
  376. Yellow = Kozoni
  377. Green = Tokini
  378. Light-Green = Tokinila
  379. Pink = Lopala
  380. Grey = Krakonla
  381. Light-Grey = Krakonji
  382. Orange = Parino
  383.  
  384. Emotion
  385. Mamukin = Emotion
  386. Kobilik = Angry
  387. Norok = Happy
  388. Larkin = Hope
  389. Jinak = Sad
  390. Kasan = Sick
  391. Lopin = Tired
  392. Fikus = Fear
  393. Galokin = Excitement
  394. Misonak = Disgust
  395. Kranik = Acceptance
  396. Lisinat = Expectation
  397. Takusol = Surprise
  398. Grakan = Shock
  399. Salunin = Love
  400. Kotor = Honour
  401. Ditom = Shame
  402. Nisuk = Pity
  403. Tanan = Envy
  404. Renek = Respect
  405. Solum = Reverence
  406. Gatan = Pride
  407. Sanan = Aroused
  408.  
  409. Voices
  410. Katak= Sing
  411. Satinok = Speak/Say/Talk (Also see Verbs)
  412. Gazjan = Shout/Yell/Scream/Cry (out loud)
  413. Sumuki = Cry/Sob (sad)
  414. Lokop = Hiccup
  415. Zjazjas = Whisper
  416. Jagukan = Growl
  417.  
  418. Time
  419. Gruni = Time
  420. Kolok = Clock
  421. Mapatt = Day (Also see Shine)
  422. Zazak = Night
  423. Kanino = Month
  424. Sanino = Year
  425. Samanas = Sun
  426. Doniko= Moon
  427. Papilino = Stars
  428. Dajikon = Constant/Eternal/Never ending/Infinite
  429. Finoskra = No longer/Not anymore
  430.  
  431. Days of the week
  432. Dakimapatt = Monday
  433. Garimapatt = Tuesday
  434. Katimapatt = Wednesday
  435. Janimapatt = Thursday
  436. Parimapatt = Friday
  437. Makimapatt = Saturday
  438. Nagimapatt = Sunday
  439.  
  440. Parts of the Body
  441. Kukino = Hand
  442. Zalik = Eye
  443. Sripo = Arm
  444. Todon = Leg
  445. Furak = Foot
  446. Torusu = Torso
  447. Nonik = Finger
  448. Pizan = Toe
  449. Karunim = Hair
  450. Teteni = Head
  451. Ketina = Mind/Brain
  452. Talima = Heart
  453.  
  454. Alchemy Ingredients
  455. Dinik'de = Brewing Stand
  456. Lapis dinik = Cauldron (lit. Water Brewer)
  457. Jakon = Bottle
  458. Fika Jakon= Bucket
  459. Kiluza = Nether Wart
  460. Gazuli Dosa = Glowstone/Dust (Dust also applies to Redstone Dust)
  461. Lopuli Dosa = Redstone Dust
  462. Saza Spinazalik = Fermented/Spider Eye
  463. Firusin = Magma Cream
  464. Ganuk = Sugar
  465. Giru-Malun = Glistening Melon
  466. = Ghast Tear
  467. = Blaze Powder
  468. = Gunpowder
  469. Potion = see Drink in 4 letter words
  470.  
  471. Food Items
  472. Pipun = Apple
  473. Zajan = Soup
  474. Kruju = Bread
  475. Piruk-Fusu = Pork
  476. Faja = Fish
  477. Sunit = Cake
  478. Somol-Sunit = Cookie
  479. Malun = Melon
  480. Ikin = Beef
  481.  
  482. Family
  483. Family = Satuno
  484. Mother = Satani
  485. Father = Torunu
  486. Brother = Gazjas
  487. Sister = Lazjoku
  488. Aunt = Mosanu
  489. Uncle = Kebate
  490. Niece = Okula
  491. Nephew = Okamu
  492. Cousin = Kizjam
  493. Grandfather = Azjas-Torunu
  494. Grandmother = Azjas-Satani
  495. Great Grandfather = Apa Azjas-Torunu
  496. Great Grandmother = Apa Azjas-Satani
  497. Ancient female ancestor = Ozja Satani (older than Great Grand)
  498. Ancient male ancestor = Ozja Torunu
  499.  
  500. Potion Titles
  501.  
  502. Enchantments
  503. Jinoku = Fortune
  504.  
  505. Oh no! = Dazo!
  506.  
  507. Explaination and disclaimer:
  508. This language was designed for a race of desert people who are naturally attuned to magic. Majik is the #1 thing they base their livelihoods around, so that's why there are so many words for magic, magician etc. If you'd like to use this language for a race who don't use magic, it's totally possible! But that's why I wrote this the way I did. This language was created for use in a Minecraft series, which is why there are so many references to Minecraft items etc. It is not based upon any language, any similarities with words that already exist (for example if one of the words in my language translates into a swear word in a real life language) is purely coincidental, except where obvious (e.g.: Creeper - Kirip, Magic - Majik). I tried to make this language feel natural so here and there I take hints from real life english, but nothing else. So if any of the words I've made here are real words in languages other than English, then I didn't mean for it to be so.
  509. Thirdly, this is quite obviously unfinished. I'm happy for people who use this to make their own words up in my style, if they can't find one that is to their liking, but please understand this: I started this project as an exercise in how language is used in real life. If I can make a word fit into a sentence where it has a loose translation for what I'm trying to say, then all the better. Example is Zazak, which means 'night' or 'shadow'. It's context-sensitive. Also, if you do make up your own words, please understand that I still own the language and as such all the words I currently have written here are my own and you may not change them.
  510. Finally, ignore any double of words. Even though I pick these from my head at random (and possibly because of this) I sometimes hit upon the same letter pairings because I like the way they sound.