Language: ALPHABET:
A - (ah)
B - (beh)
C - (see before e, i; kuh before a, o, u)
D - (duh)
E - (eh)
F - (feh)
G - (guh)
H - (huh)
I - (Ih/ee after a consonant; eye/ee after a vowel or preceding a word)
J - (juh)
K - (kuh)
L - (luh)
M - (muh)
N - (nuh)
O - (oh)
P - (puh)
R - (arr/rolled rr depending on region)
S - (suh)
T - (tuh)
U - (oo)
V - (vuh)
W - (wuh)
Y - (yuh)
X - (ks)
Z - (zuh)

The blanket name for the many dialects of the Tirivahni languages

Tirivahni is the English adaptation for the language of the Tirivahni people.

The original language of the Tirivahni was likely a holy language of the Pomeli, called Peolys. This ancient form has long since been lost and scholars are still stumped as to how to translate it as it requires a great deal of magical unravelling to translate.

Since that time, Archaic Tirilys was spoken before the fall of the Empress to Speritanian occupation. During this time, the Tirivahni language was heavily influenced by Speritanian and Suoro dialects and a great deal of their original vocabulary and grammatical structure was lost, creating the gyspy tongue of Greos Tirilys and the common slave tongue of Pertualys.

After Emperor Falian freed the people hundreds of years later, there was an attempt to resurrect the old tongue, and High Tirilys is now spoken by the royal family, their retinue, their official scribes, many of the churches and in high society. The common people speak many other dialects, most prominantly Low Tirilys (an evolved form of Pertualys), Common Tirelys, Sarelys and Suelys.