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Interjections, Greetings, etc
A: O! (as in speaking to God, Vala, or king)
aen: may it be, let it be
ai: (a general exclamation; used for about everything)
aiya: ( a version of ai, a bit stronger; associated with pain, need, longing, or deep sympathy, or generally being upset about something)
alae: behold!, look!, see!
anwol: truly, actually, in fact
baw: no!, do not! (literally “restrain”, “hold back”)
caro: do it!
cuio mae: live well (a blessing/farewell)
ego: go on!, be off!
hannon: an informal, familiar version of hannon le, like
saying “thanks” instead of “thank you”
hannon le: (I) thank you
hűl: (a cry of encouragement)
iall: at last!, finally!
law: indeed, definitely
na’an: then again, on the other hand
navaer: farewell (another dialectal form is navaré)
nícaer: apologies! (used like "sorry!")
nyaw: indeed not, on the contrary
suilad: greetings, "hello"
weron: I agree, very well
yi: hark!, heed!, pay attention! (also "look out!" as a warning)
yrch: (literally "orcs!", a curse or insult)