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Laxius etymology #1
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Etymology (ετυμον (etymon) -true sense + λογος (logos) -word, explanation) analyses origin of word and from which words did it derive not actual use/meaning of words.
Meanings are mostly not literal they hint on certain aspect like: Luciana (light) enlighted, she liked knowledge, Tangar (border on) was on half of game, Merthuns (wine) Merthuns cave had purple floor, Mizabrandeau (moan, mutter) box of moanings, Orn (decorate) had appearance with ornamental like patterns, Adretana (towards net, snare) there were at least two traps in Adretana in which characters died, Mirsen (revere/remarkable old) had old population, Gonda tower (offspring give) had many bosses, Gazo Gazoher (treasure owner) he guarded treasure in pyramid, Tarabulla (disturb, upset by waterbubble) she was fire elemental, Ostarlow (burn low) was minor fire entity cast in spell.

In Laxius games names are mostly from Latin, less from Greek and has few words from other languages like Sanskrit, Spanish, Italian.Some Latin words are: lesser (merum -wine unmixed with water), uncommon (silus -snub nosed) or very rare (cenum -mud, filth), some Greek words are from ancient Greek dialects like τρωμα (trōma) -wound (appears in both Doric and Ionic but not Attic on which classical Greek is based τραυμα (trauma) -wound from classical Greek would be too obvious for players and would look unoriginal.It is important to pay attention to root of word, at least in games grammatical endings are often omited or distorted and names are usually made from two Latin or Greek words.Sometimes changes are phonetic like: aldor>altor, d>t and ostar>ustus, o>u.Uncommon or rare words are used to not be too obvious.

Laxius power etymology


Laxius
laxus, -a, -um (positive) laxior, -or, laxius (comparative) laxissimus, -a, -um (superlative) -wide, unrestricted
laxe, laxius (comparative), laxissime (superlative) -without restraint, over a wide area, on a large scale
laxius -wider (comparative, word of neuter gender)
power -from old French povoir -to be able, from Latin potere, from potis -able, capable
force -from Latin fortis -strong
Laxius power -wider power (in sense that is more powerful than physical or magic power) or it could mean unlimited,
unrestricted power
Aldorlea
altor -nourisher
lea -lioness


Laxius power 1


Random -spontaneous from randon rush, force (Old French) from randir to run fast
Sara -lady, princess
Luciana
lux -light
[enlighted, she liked knowledge and reading books]
Coryool
corulus -hazel tree
[tallest member of group]
Herasia
hera -mistress
Wendala
vendere -sell
Diroslav
diro, dirus -skillful, dire
Guanidia
guanidine -crystalline compound of strong alkalinity
Batabog
βατας (batas) -stammerer
βουγενης (bougenēs) -born of an ox
βους (bous) -ox, bull, cow
γενος (genos) -birth, origin
[minotaur]
Leanda, Linda
linde -soft, tender (germanic)
[her character was shy and soft]
Yveen
from Yves from Germanic element iv -yew (Old English iw -yew (from Indo-European eiwo- from ei- reddish, colorful (because has red arils (berry like structure surrounding seeds), Old High German iwa -yew, German eibe -yew) also could be from Welsh ywen -yew tree.Other names derived from Yves: Yvon, Yvonne, Yvette.
Baretta
dispute in middle english, originally given to a quarrelsome person

Aquapanga
aqua -water
pangere -compose
Deport
de -down, off, away
portus -refuge, haven, port, harbor
Indinera
in -at (space), on, in
dinus, dina, divinus -divine, godlike
era -mistress, lady
inde -of place, from that place
inerro, inerrare -wander, ramble
Damianzeking
Δαμιανος (Damianos) -Damian
δαμαω (damaō) -to tame
ze -the
king

Khransty
χραντος (khrantos) -stained, defiled
Nomagumm
no, nare - swim, float
magus -magic
[magician]
Sankt leona
sanctus -sacred, venerable, divine, holy
λεων (leōn) -lion, lioness
Anti of geryus
αντι (anti) -against
gerere -bear, carry
jus -law, justice
Bombas
βομβαξ (bombax) -prodigious
[in sense monstrous, weird]
Gondurack
γωνια (gōnia) -corner, angle, leader, chief
durus -hard
Cockatrix, Cockatrice
corruption of calcatrix -she who treads/tramples on something
calcare -to tread, trample upon
calx -heel (also limestone, lime, chalk)
Pierrick, Pierre, Peter
πετρος (petros) -stone
Minotaur
Μινως -Minos
ταυρος (tauros) -bull
Capool, Capul
capulus -lasso, sword hilt/handle
[town of minotaurs, lasso]
Althar
αλθος (althos) -healing, medicine
Imp
impe, impa -young shoot, graft (old English)
Pallala
palum -stake, pile, pole, prop
al -of, pertaining to, in a condition of, in a state of
[destroyed town, in condition of pile, rubble]
Merthuns
merum -wine (unmixed with water)
[Merthuns cave had purple floor]
Thaumaturgist -miracle worker
θαυμα (thauma) -wonder
εργον (ergon) -work
Balthus cave
balteus -belt, baldric
[cave map goes around like belt but not fully]
Gudar
It. guidare -to lead
[he was leader on upper west]
Barandos
βαρυς (barys) -heavy
ανδρος (andros) -man
Anthastyr melobee
ανθος (anthos) -flower
τυρος (tyros) -cheese
μελος (melos) -song, melody, tone
bee
[he made Chanterless maze hence words are mostly from nature]
Dorado
Sp. dorado -gilt
dorar -to gild
Lat. deaurare -gild, cover with gold
de -down, off, away
aurare -gild, overlay with gold
[was rich because heavily taxed minotaurs]
Orfuls
orfe -small fresh-water fish colored like goldfish
ul -diminutive, little
[Dorado's brother maybe that's why goldfish (but only in gold word sense not real goldfish)]
Demon
δαιμων (daimōn) -evil spirit, divine power, god, godess
Dahlos de loo
δαλος (dalos) -meteor, fire-brand
λουω (louō) -wash
Nereid
Νηρηις (nērēis) -daughter of Nereus, sea-nymph
νηρος (nēros) -water
Tangar
tangere -touch, border on
[Tangar was on half of game]
Dryad
Δρυας (dryas) -dryad, nymph whose life was bound up with tree
δρυς (drys) -tree
Mirmillic robe
μυρμηξ (myrmēx) -ant
Pelleas
pellere -drive out, banish, defeat
[ghost]
Nymph
νυμφη (nymphē) - a godess of mountains, forests, meadows or waters, young woman
Darthar
δαρθανω (darthanō) -sleep, fall asleep
[he was earth god, perhaps meaning earth in winter or inactivity]
Mont Zulle
sulum -everything
Mizabrandeau
μυζω (myzō) -moan, mutter, murmur
[box of moanings]
Gargaryan
γαργαριζω (gargarizō) -to gargle
Metrolia
μητροπολις (mētropolis) -capital city
μητηρ (mētēr) -mother
πολις (polis) -city
[biggest city, in book on top of Raymonds library said to be like capital city]
Kaleidos walls
καλος (kalos) -beautiful
ειδος (eidos) -form, shape, sight, vision
[could change menu graphics]
Millipuf
millies -thousand times
puff
Carix Xarisman
χαραξ (kharax) -full of thorns, thorny, pole, palisade
ξηρος (xēros) -dry land, dry
μανος (manos) -rare, infrequent
Xerberus
Κερβερος (kerberos) -Cerberus, many-headed dog of Hades
κηρ (kēr) -doom
ερεβος (erebos) -darkness of the deep, place of neather darkness, Erebos
Mithril
mith -grey (Sindarin)
ril -glitter (Sindarin)
Teszrandus
τη (tē) -take
'ανδανω (handanō) -delight
Zapoo
ζαπυρος (zapyros) -very fiery
ζα (za) -very
πυρ (pyr) -fire
[appearance has orange-reddish color]
Ostarlow
urere, ustus -burn
low
[he was cast in fire spell as minor fire entity]
Ozur
osor -hater
odisse, osus -to hate
[brutal orc]
Quiridoo
quire -be able
do -grant, offer, give
[powerful spell]
Arkus
arcus -bow, arch, anything arched or curved
Georgi
γη (gē) -earth, land
εργον (ergon) -work
Argolithia lake
αργος (argos) -shining, glistering
λιθος (lithos) -stone
[probably meaning on wet stones or rocks near lake/river that sparkled on sunlight]
Carmancia river
carus -dear, costly, precious, expensive
mantum -cloak
Cortolis
cors, cortis -court, yard
ol -little, small
Lycose
λυκος (lykos) -wolf, a kind of spider
Fanta
φανταζω (phantazō) -imagine, fancy, make visible
Erkol lake
erus -master, owner
eris -hedgehog
col -denotes one who inhabits
[Kevin was near Erkol lake and he was expert (master) mountaineer]
Phospho dwarf
φωσφορεω (phōsphoreō) -bear or bring light, shine
φως (phōs) -light
φορεω (phoreō) -bear, carry, hold
Lanthal falls
λανθανω (lanthanō) -escape notice, unseen
al -of, pertaining to, in a condition of, in a state of
Tyrtyro
τυρος (tyros) -cheese
tiro -recruit, beginner, novice
[was lesser boss near end of Tangar mountains who had yellow face and appearance of Marlons rogues]
Aurora land
aurora -dawn
Gorgona
Γοργω (gorgō) -Gorgon, grim one
γοργος (gorgos) -grim, fierce, terrible
Valtarneer ship
valere, valitus -be powerful, prevail
valto
t -try to do
neer -nearer
[Orfuls ship near Sankt Leona, minotaurs prepared themselves for war]
Azzeal
ad -towards, to
ζηλος (zēlos) -ambition, passion, zeal
Thalbu
θαλος (thalos) -scion, child
βους (bous) -bull, ox, cow
Aeglyth monolith
αιξ (aex), αιγος (aigos) -goat
λιθος (lithos) -stone
Papura
παππος (pappos) -ancestor, grandfather
ur -pertaining to, use of
[ghost in Granit tower]
Crantax
κρανιον (kranion) -skull
ταξις (taxis) -arranging
Lord Azkard
αζα (aza) -heat, unsatisfied desire
καρδια (kardia) -heart
Lazandra
λαζομαι (lazomai) -seize, grasp
ανηρ (anēr), ανδρος (andros) -man
Arconia
arco, arcere -keep away, protect
Oudes giuli
ουδος (oudos) -entrance, threshold, way
It. giulivo -jolly, merry
Bromium
βρωμος (brōmos) -stink, noisome smell
Kirai
κυραι (kyrai), κυρεω (kyreō) -find, obtain, reach
Dogura
doga, dogae -vat, vessel
ur -pertaining to, use of
Mogol
μογος (mogos) -trouble, distress, toil
ol -little, small, diminutive


Laxius power 2

Gaor-Gaban
γαοργεω (gaorgeō), γεωργια (geōrgia) -land labor
γη (gē) -earth, land
εργον (ergon) -work
gabii, γαμφη (gamphē) -jaw
Drakon Belt
δρακων (drakōn) -dragon, serpent
Agamanthar
αγαμος (agamos) -unmarried, single, widower
ανθος (anthos) -flower
Undine, Ondine
unda -wave
Nikos
νικη (nikē) -victory
Zanbard
ζαν (zan), ζην (zēn) -rain
bard
Quur
quire -be able
ur -pertaining to, use of


Laxius power 3

Luba
lubere -it pleases, is pleasing, agreeable, please, want
[she helped Random but probably for her own hidden reasons]
Zoo
ζοω (zoō), ζω (zō) -live, living power, to be in full vigor, pass one's life, long live
Gonda Tower
γονος (gonos) -offspring
da, dare -give
[tower had many bosses]
Varakular (name from Dream Book)
vara, varus -bent outwards, bandy
culare -drive, thrust, shove
Usvania
ussi, urere -burn
vania -falseness, emptiness
vanus, vana - empty, false
i -makes abstract noun
Desa
δησα (dēsa) -bind, tie (Ionic)
δεω (deō) -bind
δεσμος (desmos) -bond, chain, imprisonment
Yen Karis
ιεν (ien), ιε (ie) -go
καρις (karis) -shrimp
Anxu
anxi, angere -choke, cause pain, trouble
Sariis
sarire -hoe, weed (crops), dig over i -makes abstract noun of the verb
Merulis
merula -blackbird, a dark-colored fish, wrasse
Cenodemon
cenum -mud, filth, dirt, uncleanness (of persons), scum
δαιμων (daimōn) -evil spirit, divine power, god, godess
Pyro Ring
πυρ (pyr) -fire
Lord of the Dance spell might be from नटराज (naTarāja) -king (or lord) of dance (नट (naTa) -dancer from नाट
(nāTa) -dance + राज (rāja) -king) is depiction of Hindu god Shiva as cosmic dancer who creates or destroys the world with dance.
Amabranda
ama, amo, amare -love, like
It. branda -camp bed, hammock
Xanthou axe
ξανθος (xanthos) -yellow, golden
Silus
silus -snub-nosed, pug-nosed
Noxodox
noxa -hurt, injury, punishment
δοξα (doxa) -idea, opinion, expectation, illustrious persons
Endemon Parambo
εν (en) -in, within
δαιμων (daimōn) -evil spirit, demon
παραμειβω (parameibō) -change, alter, pass by/over, divert
Tara
तारा (tārā) -star
Evander (Greek, Roman mythology)
ευ (eu) -good
ανδρος (andros) -man
Evander (English, Scottish)
Anglicized form of Iomhar from Ivor from Old Norse Ivarr
yr -yew, bow
arr -warrior
Jurgandia
jurgo, jurgare -quarrel, scold
Arkandos
αρκεω (arkeō) -ward off, defend
αρκος (arkos) -defence
Chloreon shield
χλωρος (chlōros) -greenish-yellow, pale green
Duncan
donn -brown (Gaelic)
cath -warrior (Gaelic)
Anglicized form of Gaelic name Donnchadh
Woods of Shiron
συρων (syrōn), συρω (syrō) -sweep, sweep away
[had most difficult random encounters]
Scriophile
screo -clear the throat, hem
φιλος (philos) -loving, pleases, friend
Gralmaschoum
grallae -stilt
μασχαλη (maschalē) -branch, twig
Semphoros
σημα (sēma) -sign, mark, token, omen, portent
φορος (phoros) -bearing
Serpentor
serpere -crawl, creep
-tor is suffix for masculine agent noun
serpens -snake
Kryon helmet
κρυος (kryos) -icy cold, frost
Urbalz
urbs -city
al -of a, pertaining to
Angohol
ango, angere -choke
'ολος (holos) -entirely, wholly
Maetulean
metus -fear, anxiety
ul -little, small
Argodus
αργωδης (argōdēs) -lazy
Eldorian
ελδωρ (eldōr) -wish, longing, desire
Baron Infernodon
infernus -hell, lower world, underground, lower, under
infra -below, lower, under
οδων (odōn) -tooth
Xonodor
ξαινω (xainō) -scratch
δωρεω (dōreō) -give
Amlunn
am, ambi -around
luna -moon
[he was vampire]
Orn
ornare -decorate, equip
[had appearance with ornamental like patterns]
Orghandi
urgere -press hard, squeeze Gerund urgendi
Lonfa
luna -moon
fari -speak
TeAndal
te -you
andare -go
[sword that Random winned in Tyrine, at start of Lucida tower is hinted it may be destiny]
Vaszanka
vazanka -tie, necktie (Czech)
Nenula
nenia -magic song, incantation, mournful song
ul -little, small, diminutive
Amaranth
αμαραντος (amarantos) -never fading flower
α (a) -not
μαρ (mar) -wither
ανθος (anthos) -flower
Aglae-Terra
αγλαε (aglae), αγλαος (aglaos) -brilliant
terra -earth, land, ground
Palambo
palam -openly, publicly, plainly
bus -ox, bull, cow
Muura gem
murra -fluorspar, agate, highly prized mineral used for making vases
Korago
κορος (koros) -pure
αγος (agos) -leader, religious awe
Anvirs
an -around
vir -person of courage, honor and nobility, hero, man, husband
Riga
rigare -moisten, wet, water
Lupanda
lues -plague
panda -spreading round in a wide curve arched
Trondor
τρωμα (trōma), τραυμα (trauma) -wound
δωρεω (dōreō) -give
Enmba
εμβα (emba) -advance
εμβαινω (embainō) -get in, step in
Megalodon
μεγαλος (megalos), μεγας (megas) -big
οδων (odōn) -tooth
Sadronista
sand
sadra -gypsum
nisus -resting upon, pressing upon
Pyramid
πυραμις (pyramis), πυραμιδος (pyramidos) -pyramid
πυρ (pyr) -fire (because pointed)
Ulla
ullus, ulla, ullum -any
Ubacca
bacca -berry, olive, pearl
Ovobom
ovo, ovum -egg, oval
pomus -fruit
Kerikera's Orb
κειρια (keiria) -girth of a bedstead
κεραω (keraō) -mix (especially with water)
[casts bed of icebergs]
Dabaki Pepper
da -give
βακκαρις (bakkaris) -unguent
Mazurine
mas -brave, man
ur -pertaining to, use of
Zagyodon
ζα (za), δια (dia) -through (ζα Aeolic for δια)
γυιον (gyion) -limb, hand, whole body
οδων (odōn) -tooth
[opponent with devastating spells]
Ulm warrior
ulmus -elm tree
Munola d'Albeyn
munus -service, duty
ol -little, small, diminutive
albus, alba -white, pale
Zaerus
ζα (za) -very
ιρος (iros), 'ιερος (hieros) -filled with or manifesting divine power, supernatural, holy
Nojan
no -swim, float
janus -covered passage, arched passageway
Rixian
rixa -violent or noisy quarrel, brawl


Blades of heaven

Benedict
benedictus, benedicere -speak well of, bless, praise
bene -well, good
dicere -say, talk, speak
Laura
laurus -laurel
Grum
grumus -little heap (of soil), hillock of earth
Orion
Ωριων (ōriōn) -Orion (from 'οριον (horion) -boundary, limit or Uru-anna -heaven's light (Akkadian)
Bumonn
βουμυκοι (boumykoi) -loud bellowings
Kajaar
caiare -beat, thrash, cudgel
Pangea
παν (pan) -all
γεα (gea), γαια (gaia), γη (gē) -earth
Carcarodon
καρχαριας (karkharias) -a kind of shark
οδων (odōn) -tooth
Calhor
calor -heat, warmth
'ωρα (hōra) -season, time, hour
[warm season, animal town]
Padago
παδαω (padaō) -leap, spring, stamp
ago -act
Zacrisfal
ζακρυοεις (zakryoeis) -very numbing, freezing
ζα (za) -very
κρυοεις (kryoeis) -chilling, icy cold
falx -sickle, scythe
Aguanathar
agua -water (Spanish)
नाथ (nātha) -lord (Sanskrit)
[Jane said that most of undeads are on bottom of ocean]

Laxius force etymology


Laxius force 1

Kratin
κρατυς (kratys) -strong
[warrior but because of curse couldn't prove how strong he really was]
Marilyis
mare -sea, sea water
il -of, pertaining to, in a condition of
[mermaid]
Vanina
vana, vanus -empty, false, untrustworthy
Lamia
Λαμια (lamia) -lamia, a fabulous monster
λαιμος (laimos) -throat
Adretana
ad -towards, to, near
rete -net, snare
[there were at least two traps in Adretana in which characters died]
Hydra
'υδρα (hydra) -water snake
'υδωρ (hydōr) -water
Gaia dust
γαια (gaia) -earth
Salcerium ore
sal -salt
cerium -growth characterized by honeycomb pattern
Emerald Drakon
δρακων (drakōn) -dragon, serpent
Aldai ring
altae, altus -high, deep, profound, noble, deep rooted
Dinosaur
δεινος (deinos) -terrible
σαυρος (sauros) -lizard
Rapawii dagger
rapa -turnip
avium -wild waste, wilderness, pathless region
Arachne sword
αραχνη (arachnē) -spider
Rhamus
ramus -branch, bough
Gazo Gazoher
γαζα (gaza) -treasure
herus -owner, master, lord
[he guarded treasure in pyramid]
Balnuunla
βαλις (balis), αγριος (agrios) -living in fields, wild, savage
νοος (noos), νοον (noon) -mind, sense
[had large garden, forest, wild area in which oracle was]
Madu
madui, madere -be wet, be dripping
Gaes
γαισος (gaisos) -javelin
Arvendel
αρις (aris) -shrine
vendo, vendere -sell, praise a thing (as if offering it for sale)
[shrine praised by grand commandanter]
Noona
νοον (noon) -mind, sense
Mirsen
mirare -revere, admire
mirus -amazing, remarkable, suprising
senex -aged, old
[had older population]
Cantal flower
cantus -wheel, song, chant
al -of a, pertaining to, in condition of
Sidor
sidor, sidere -settle, sit down, run aground
Djarma
धर्म (dharma) -law, practice, duty (that which upholds or supports from धा (dhā) -hold, support)
Ademia Powder
ad -to, towards
e -out, away from, completely
mia from miare -make water
Vanak
vanacum from vanus, vana, vanum -empty, vain, false, untrustworthy and ac -ing, having a tendency
Cano
cano, canere -sing, celebrate, chant, recite, foretell
Ruggu
ruga, rugae -wrinkle, crease
Bubul
bubulus -of/connected with cattle, consisting of cattle, of ox-hide
Tabuca Pond
tabum -viscous fluid
Jurdal
jurdo (juro, jurare -swear, call to witness + do -act or result of the action of verb) + al -of, pertaining to
Kolm
culmus -stalk, stem
Damos
damos from dar -to give (Spanish)
Khomre
χωμα (khōma) -mound
Urbi
urbs -city
Vorno
voro, vorare -swallow, devour
Orbi
orbis -circle, sphere, world
Ulla
ullus, ulla, ullum -any
Deama
deamo, deamare -love dearly, be delighted with
Boniphone
bonus, bona -good, kind, pleasant
φωνη (phōne) -sound, tone, voice
Carilla
carus, cara -dear, beloved
il -little, small
Panina
panina from panis -bread, loaf and in -of, belonging to, connected with
Calcyn
calcinis from calcus -small weight
Turango Corsage
tus, turis -frankincense
ango, angere -press tight, choke
Rania
rana, ranae -frog
Regis
rex, regis -king
Pacomoca River
paco, pacare -pacify, subdue
Pappalis Powder
pappalis from pappus -wooly seed of certain plants and al -of
Ferox Orc
ferox -wild, bold
Phosphorea
φως (phōs) -light
φερω (pherō) -bear, carry
Oni
鬼 [おに] (oni) -ghost (ogre, demon in games)
Tjugard
tu -you, thou, thee
garda -wardship, guardianship
Kirin Herb
麒麟 [キリン] (kirin) -mythical animal in China (Qilin) and Japan
Namii Purvi
नामन् (nāman) -name, characteristic mark or sign, nature, manner
पूर्व (pūrva) -former, previous
Darkadoro
dark
δωρον (dōron) -gift, present
Xaar-Mark-Taal
tal -valley (German)
Krys-Zarum-Barkal
χρυσος (khrysos) -gold
κρισις (krisis) -separating, distinguishing
crisis
sarum -himself
barkal (to bark + al -of)
Nephlat
νηφω (nēphō) -to be sober
latus -bring, bear, carry
Camos
camus -necklace
Harimelis
harum, hari -plants of genus arum
melis, melus -song, tune, melody
Revania
re -again
vania from vanus, vana -empty, vain
Fabulis
fabula, fabulae -story, tale, fable
Kamur
camur, camura, camurum -curved, bent, crocked
Ordas
ordo, ordinis -row, order, rank
Zordal
sordalis from sordes -filth, dirt and al -of
Turfallo
fallo, fallere -deceive, cheat
Krudaar
crude + ar
Valenta
valens, valentis -strong, vigorous, powerful
Fort Go'hor
go + horror
Stax
stax from sto, stare -stand and ax -ing, having tendency, ability
Haak Bow
haak -hook (Dutch)
Phaaxan
φαινω (phainō) -appear, reveal
ξαινω(xainō) -scratch
Argyas
αργυρος (argyros) -silver
Alavia
ala -wing
via -way, road
Gardola
garda -wardship, guardianship
ol -little, small
Arulus
ara, arae -altar
ul -little, small
Degaas
degas from dego, degere -spend/pass time, wait
Canael
canus, cana -grey, aged, old
lis, litis -quarrel
Valfor
valens -strong, vigorous, powerful
φερω (pherō) -bear, carry
Seijin
聖人 [セイジン] (seijin) -saint, sage
聖 -holy
人 -person
Azar
azar -luck, misfortune, obstacle (Spanish)
Aramus
from aro, arare -plow, till
Emerar
emereo, emerere -earn, merit
Beldonia
bella -beautiful (Italian)
donna -lady (Italian)
Vandor
wander + or -makes nouns from verbs
Callgon
callus, calli -hard, tough
Fandaron
fanda, fandus -proper, lawful
Asfer
as, assis -copper coin
fero, ferre -bring, bear, carry
Arari Bow
arare -to plow, furrow
Invernahen
invernale -of winter from inverno -winter (Italian)


Laxius force 2

Tarabulla
ταρασσω (tarassō) -throw into disorder, disturb, upset
bulla -bubble, waterbubble
[fire elemental]
Petula
paetula, paetulus -squinting
Azygos
αζυγος (azygos), αζυξ (azyx) -unpaired, isolated, single
α (a) -not
ζυγος (zygos) -pair, rank, even, balance
Medusa
μεδεουσα (medeousa) -guardian
μεδω (medō) -protect
Tatxux
τατος (tatos) -that can be stretched
ξοος (xoos), ξυσμος (xysmos) -irritation
Kurbas
curare -attend to, take care of, arrange, heal
bas -foundation, base, pedestal
Onyx
ονυξ (onyx) -talon, claw, nail, gem
Nazulea
nasus -nose, sense of smelling
lea -lioness
Akahal
acus -needle [hints on cactus]
halo, halare -emit vapor, be fragrant
Hondler
hondo -deep, profound (Spanish) + er
Guidibba
guidare -to lead, to guide (Italian)
iba (first person singular imperfect indicative) form of ir -to go (Spanish)
Gorgonum
γοργος (gorgos) -grim, fierce, terrible
Iro Shark
iro, irare -get angry from ira -anger, wrath
Kanalis
canalis -channel, canal, ditch
Sylvanor
silva -forest
Candelabras
candere -be of brilliant whiteness, shine, gleam, glow
λαβρος (labros) -furious, mighty
Usha
उष (uSha) -dawn
Streptaflora
στρεπτος (streptos) -bent, curved
flos, floris -flower, blossom
Stacchato
staccato -separated
Floralis Falls
flos, floris -flower, blossom
Gazza Ladra
gazza -magpie (Italian)
ladra -thief, burglar (female)
Falancia
fallacia -deception, deceit
Haleslal
halo, halare -emit vapor
halitus -vapor, steam, breath
al -of, pertaining to, in condition of
[had mist surrounding it]
Brakallis
bracalis from braca -trousers, breechers and al -of
Eolia
αιολος (aiolos) -quick moving, nimble, name of wind god
Rast-Chakuharu
rasti -to grow (Slavic)
着 [チャク] (chaku) -arrive, wear
春 [はる] (haru) -spring
Zagas
sagas from sagus, saga -prophetic


3 Stars of destiny

Oxyfolia
οξυς (oxys) -sharp
folium -leaf
Mantalis
mantum -cloak
al -of a, pertaining to, in a condition of
Noxodox
noxa -hurt, injury, punishment
δοξα (doxa) -idea, opinion, expectation, illustrious persons
Ramus
ramus -branch, bough
Garo fists
garav -sooty, swarthy, very black
Chameleon
χαμαι (chamai) -on the ground
λεων (leōn) -lion
Aldorlea ring
altor -nourisher
lea -lioness
Xen
ξενος (xenos) -foreigner, stranger, guest
Zelyus ring
ζηλος (zēlos) -eager rivalry
jus -law, justice
Aquifolium
aquifolius -holly tree, having pointed leaves
acus -needle
folium -leaf

Used software:
Whitaker's Words free latin dictionary
Kalos free classic greek dictionary
Diogenes free greek and latin dictionary
http://www.etymonline.com

Posted on: 2010/1/25 13:29


Re: Laxius etymology #2
Offline   latyss
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That's cool! Really interesting to read.
You should post this in the Laxius force topic or Laxius Power one, it doesn't deserve to be here in Spam Haven imo. But then again, I'm sure you must have done that and a mod moved it here =P

Posted on: 2010/1/25 16:55
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Re: Laxius etymology #3
Offline   Xand
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I recently posted in Laxius Power topic as well.

Posted on: 2010/1/26 14:38


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