Alzetjan is spoken in the Alzhaitjo region of Draconia, and various other Elvish lands. Dragons have lived in the region for centuries along with a dark-skinned race of Minyel Elves, with a long history of conflict between them. The Alzetjan elves are one of the oldest races of humanoid beings in the Kolagian sector, with historical records that pre-date the existence of Humans.
relån "a dragon" (nom.)
relånm "a dragon" (acc.)
relånon "of a dragon" (gen.)
relånyad "to a dragon" (dat.)
Plural forms of nouns are simply formed by adding the preposition "de". Some nouns, such as "kïla" (sand), are found only in the plural form ("de kïla").
sherdas "to give"
sherda "give" (imperative or subjunctive)
sherne "gives" (present)
shernitj "gave" (past)
sherrin "will give" (future)
ke stilne de nishlim
I-NOM. like-PRES. PL. cat-ACC.
I like cats.
djelna zvårnitj ínhtarh
water-NOM. fall-PAST yesterday
It rained yesterday.
tjaicam za sherda de keyad
tea-ACC. you-NOM. give-SUBJ. (suggestion) I-DAT.
I would like some tea, please.
Stilne se kåri l-éitjo rit em zo?
enjoy-PRES. you(pl.)-NOM. true the-one place-NOM. around-here as home-NOM.
Is it true that you enjoy living around here?
Zhuden, zemne r-éitjo nendar kí tjabne.
not-really but-PRES. the place-NOM. only we-NOM. know-PRES.
Not really, but it's the only place we know.
Ats ík se ploya de. Skoidas es kí rin.
with we-ACC. you(pl.)-NOM. come-SUBJ. (suggestion). help-INF. you(pl.)-ACC. we-NOM. gladly
Come to our homeland. We would gladly help you.
Skoidas ík se kozhne. Otsina se ník de vorxa.
help-INF. we-ACC. you(pl.)-NOM. can-PRES. divert-SUBJ. you(pl.)-NOM. we-GEN. PLUR. enemy-NOM.
("enemy" probably should have been ACC.)
There is another way you can help us. You could divert our enemies.
alzetjan the people of the Alzhaitjo region alzitj the Alzetjan language as to be ats with; at the home of az you (acc.sing.) briyas to love cabas to know, be familiar with de plural -de (suggestion) deltas to read démas to ask, inquire den somewhat, a little djelna water, rain djelnazvårn rainfall; festival of rain éitjo place ek me em as, for en him, her, it es you (acc.pl.) ev them ext or (either/or) fílha easy fín blue fum after i- great íf less -ïf bad ík us ïm by that time; already ims purple ínhtarh yesterday ínïk name io zero íris art ist six -ka- (aug. infix) kåri true, real ke I kí we kï between kïla (pl.) sand kladjísh spear klik leaf kos red kozhas to be able kun next, following l the one le each, every, all lhozh time, instance líko happy lira bird lïvas to look, watch mevå possible naz your (sing.) ne he, she, it -ne (present tense) nek my nen his, her, its nendar only nérya tomorrow nes your (pl.) nev their neza ten ni one -ni- (dim. infix) ník our nís month nishli cat nizen one hundred nle nine nor air nran yellow-green nu seven otsinas to divert oy above, over oyt or (and/or) ployas to come pre beside, next to priyas to speak, communicate psi across, beyond, over r the rax orange (color) relån dragon réldas to save reli pretty retjåzhna dagger rhi three ri here rí another, other rin gladly rit around here se you (nom.pl.) sherdas to give sim five sím structure, form skoidas to help sku bored snïnd revenge sornas to listen srat book stïlashin bow (with arrows) stildas to like, enjoy sto eight suraym symphony sure maybe, perhaps svidas to know (facts) syåtas to control tak four tja there tjaica tea tjavas to get, take tjeldas to see ultïr wonderful uy under, below ve they vïn ship vís search vorxa enemy vri yellow xar green xår exact yat near yåtrí cave yïn land yïsin crystal yix war za you (nom.sing.) zaudas to need ze two zem but zharic sword zhe where zhirdas to find, meet zhoi time, duration zhu not zhuden not really zhuzï no zï yes zo home zodas to live in, inhabit, dwell zvårdas to fall