“Twälo ec cweso, tog ëm segural fa pëoɽä dendal ëoɽä!”
“Greetings and Welcome, join us on our server.”
Within the bounds of Wolfia you will notice that many of the towns have somewhat unique and unusual names. These names are derived from a special language that is being developed for the server, that language is known as Dhurëdo. This kind of language is known as a ConLang (or Constructed Language).
Some simple words to know
This is a simplified spelling version, some characters do not like to copy over into Minecraft that are used in Dhurëdo.
You may also notice that some of the words are a bit different, during a word reform in Dhurëdo many words were changed, but kept their meaning archaically (which is anything in parentheses).
If a word is long then shorten it however you like, so let’s say we want to name a town River Flower. You can go with Lor Siltha, Lortha, Lirtha, Silor, Silthor, or many other combinations however be mindful that there are many other words with many other meanings.
If you have questions regarding the language or would like to know the translation of a word, ask Kyle or Galvin in game. The language was developed by Galvin.
Common Names and Their Meanings
The following words are derived from Dhurëdo. You may notice that their meanings may differ from the above chart, this is simply due to the way words are reformed in Dhurëdo.
Ainoran: Star Town
Cidran: Water Town
Apiceedra: The Big Tree House
Intwil: Wolf Pack
Eborin: The Land of Aberdeen
Espilo: Forest of Falling Snow
The following words are not Dhurëdo, but rather are derived from other languages.
Waramon: Home Land of the Wolves
Warburg: Wolf Town
Warcaston: Wolf Stone Town
Akenlands: Birth Lands
Rùnnach: Mysterious Southern Lands