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Chapter by Chapter

Chapter 1

Titu bet ra? - Who are you?

Hep - Wait.


Shaana honte’aco, treka pa e’lonmar, tros shusha huh u ranarana maneta?

Dear Noble wolf, ancient as stone, what wind blows you to our forest?


Na Lomai’ta tarat ra slit’at. Ritun ra hassinah’ta hi. E’otu shum bet Kak.

I don’t know how you passed through. But you are not welcome here. The time to go is now.


Ra, Shaana honte’aco, noma onk.

You, noble wolf, can stay.


Chapter 4

“Ra lonsha’ta bamme las’ho. Ha bet kuncham.

You should(Debt,weight) not touch that. They are poison (bad, death, curse).


Toru ra kunch’at las’hi’as? Rana noma’at omnom hasha. -

Why did you kill these? We can’t eat them.


Calle las? Haro bet pa grun pa e’clanta.

Another one? He is as big as the moose.

Shaana honte’aco, ra nuret. -- Dear ancient wolf. You have returned.

Rana hemuma’il ga las’hi. Toru bet ra hi ga ranarana maneta?

We’ll work on that. Why are you here in our forest?

Grumba? -- Bear?

Isa lonmar -- Small stone.

Isa otu ya etera - Brief moment of beauty.


Grun peket. -- big noise aka Blue Jays

Otu bet’at grun. Dela’aco arot’il ken nami. Na olit shum.

It has been too long(the moment was great). My auntie will be looking for me. I have to go.


Kainara hi, Nurenitam. -- Meet here, after the night (tomorrow).


Chapter 7

Na Meta ra lonmai betkunchil mea dela’aco arot hi nara wot sasen.

I hope you know I will be dead if my aunties find me here with you.


E’umas bet papat! Na lonmai treka L’Turet gri, ritun, Titu ranarana umas bet e’papat?

The letters are the same! I know ancient L’Turetian as well, but how, is it our letters are the same?


Las’hi shaso’il wottas utu’as. Ra bet’ta nara’at lonmar.

This will save so much time. You’re not ignorant.


Nami dela’aco. E’otu ra shum bet Kak. -- My aunties, they come. You must go.


Raelametanashi! Nami aco kai, e’olo olit na. Olo’acotip bet dus e’shohona iyat poren’ta.

Raelametanashi! My dear, the fox needs you, the cub is in the pond and cannot swim!”

English to L'Turetian

I – na

Me, mine - nami

You – ra

Yours – rami

We – rana

They – ha

Theirs - hami

Them - hasha

He – haro

His - haromi

She - hare

Hers - Haremi

A, singular, - wot

Many – wottas


Him – ro

Her – re


Our - ranarana


No/not – Tas

Yes – Leh

But – Ritun

Here – hi

There – ho


What – tros

How – tarat

Who - titu

Why - Toru


To blow – huh

To know – lonmai

To care – core

To pass through – slit

To welcome - hassenah

To be – is – bet

To go – shum.

To be able to, can – noma

To touch – bamme

To kill. – kunch

To eat – omnom

To return, to cycle – nuret

To meet – kainara

To come – kai

To work – (bee) – hemum.

To look, to search – arot

To need, to have to, to must - olit

To save – shaso

To swim - poren

To forgive, To release, to unbind/ unshackle – shillet

To tell – shupet

To answer/to find – laanma

Klatmam – protect

Klatma – Mother Bear’s name

To give – eman



To – u                                                                                             

As - pa

The – e’

It – las

At – ga

Of  - ya

For - ken

that – las’ho

this – las’hi

Endearment, respect – ‘aco

Too – gri

If – mea

With – nara

In – dus

On – dassa

And - iyat


Wait – hep

Ancient - treka

Stone – lonmar

Knowledge – lonmar

Answers – laanma

Questions - arotonmar

Forest – maneta

Wind – shusha

Moment/time - otu

Now – kak

Stay – onk.

Debt, weight, Should – lonsha

Another – calle

Hope – meta

Poison, curse, death – Kuncham

Letters - umas

Ignorant – with no stones no knowledge – nara’at lonmar.

Rest - nashi

Sleepy – Dupi

Ice – Rosho

Embarrassment - Corrent

I’m sorry - N’olitsha ( I have debt mushed together.)

Metaushalit- God, spirit (hope light new)

Lit – new

Light  - usha

Love, heart – waname

Emaname – to give thanks.

Emaname u’ra – thank you.

Father – Kaltomu

Mother – Wanatu



Big – grun

Little – isa

Moose – clanta

Bee – hmuma

Fox - olo


Man, anchor, foundation –  sasen.

Woman, life, feeling – shusa

Crazy lady – meshuga


Day – nuren

Night – nitam

Beauty – etera

Aunt - dela


Past – ‘at

Future – ‘il

Plural – ‘as

Possessive – mi.


Adjective after the noun – wolf noble.

Affirmative/negative after the verb – I care not.

Verb is as is in present. Past: add ‘at.  Future: add ‘il

R’s are like French R’s.  Vowels are true like Spanish.

TH, CH, SH – are like English.

H’s are hard/hissed.

‘ are hard stops.




Raelametanashi – FMC – shatter, hope, rest

Motukalatabeli – bossy aunt, salt and pepper, short, plump. Present. Moment, strength, worry

Shourentameta’il – missing. Cooky.  – courage, oppose, future.

Torulonmana’at – past, forgetful, mournful. why, stone/to know,

L'Turetian to English


Adjective after the noun – wolf noble.

Affirmative/negative after the verb – I care not.

Verb is as is in present. Past: add ‘at.  Future: add ‘il

R’s are like French R’s.  Vowels are true like Spanish.

TH, CH, SH – are like English.

H’s are hard/hissed.

‘ are hard stops.

Stone and to know are on purpose.

Forest and

Words often sound like their meaning.

Language of foundational affection, nature respect, etc.

M or am – plural


‘Aco – Endearment, respect, affection

Acotip - baby

‘At – past

‘as – plural.

Aro – to look, search.

Arotonmar - question



Bamme – to touch

Bet – to be, is, are

Beli – worry

Betkunchil – to die

Bela - destruction




Core – to care

Calle – many, another

Clanta – moose.

Corrent - embarrassment



Dela  - aunt

Donna - hate

Dus – in

Dassa – on

Dupi - sleepy



E’- the

Etera – beauty

Eman – to give.

Emaname – to give thanks. Emaname u’ra – thank you.



Ga  - at

Grun – big

Grumba – bear

Gri - too


Ha – they

Hare - she

Haro – he

Hasha - them

Hassenah – to welcome

Hassenat – welcome - noun.

Hemum – to work

Hep - wait

Hi – here

Ho- there

Huh - to blow

Hmuma - bee



‘Il – future

Isa – small, brief, fading

Isat- to fade, to shrink.

Iyat - and


Kai – to come

Kainara – to meet

Kak – Now

Kalata - strength

Kaltomu- Father

Klatmam – protect

Klatma – Mother Bear’s name Wanatu Grumba is what Raela calls her.

Ken – for

Kunch – to kill.

Kuncham – poison, curse, death



Laanmar – to answer, to find

Laanma – answer

Las – it,

Las’ho – that (it there)

Las’hi – this (it here)

Leh – yes

Lit - new

Lonmai – to know

Lonmar – Stone , knowledge

Lonsha – debt, weight, should

Molan – forget



Maneta – Forest

Meta – Hope

Mea- if

Melti –

Meshugi – crazy lady.

Motukalatabeli - Moment, strength, worry

Morath – evil demigod.

Metaushalit - God / The Spirit = hope light new


Na – I

Nami – me, mine

Nara’at lonmar – ignorant, without stones, without knowledge.

Nashi - rest

Noma – to be able to, can

N’olitsha – I’m sorry ( I have debt mushed together.)

Nuren – day

Nuret – return, cycle.

Nitam – night

Nurenitam – tomorrow (cycle the night)



Omnom – to eat.

Onk – Stay

Otu – moment, time

Olit – to need, must, have to

Olo – the fox



Pa – as

Peket – noise    

Papat – same

Poren – to swim.




Ra – You

Raela – Shatter,

Raelametanashi - shatter, hope, rest

Rana – we

Ranarana – our

Renta -

Ro – him

Re – her

Rosho – ice



Shourentam’il  - courage, oppose, future.

Shouren - courage

Shum – to go

Shaso – to save

Shusa – woman, , life, feeling

Shusha – wind, breath of life

Shupet – to tell

Shohona – water, blood of life

Slit – to pass through

Sasen – man

Shillet – to forgive. To release, to unbind/ unshackle.



Tasso – no

Tam – oppose

Tros – what

Tarat – how

Titu – who

Toru - why

Torulonmana’at – why, stone/to know, no.

Treka - ancient



U – to

Utu – moment, time

Umas – letters

Usha - light






Wot – a, one, singular.

Wottas – many, more (another calle)

Waname - love


Ya – of



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