First off, sorry about the short hiatus from posting. I'll be putting up the results of the "How Do I Kill It?" soon.
I was actually thinking about something for another blog (not mine, but the owner is taking reader feed back right now). Anyway the gist of it was that you'd write down some things in a language, the chop them in half. Give the players the sheet where they aren't chopped up. Then have one NPC speak in the bits-and-pieces version of the language. For my version it was "Laconic" as a play on Draconic, but it would work with anything. Anyhow, this inspired me to do a post on languages in my Morilar setting. Sadly, Trollish is not on the menu for this post, as I have to do six different languages first, so that my players will be kept guessing about what kind of thing Trolls originated from. Actually, make that seven. Tla'mxi should play a part in it too.
Nogghala (Nog-Guh-hala): Life
Lorgghana (Lorg-Guh-Hana): You
Sample sentence: Gihhik lahastri trukslin kasdarlik lorgghana (I do not fear you).
Rhuk: Fire Elemental
Earll: Water Elemental
Ghasstr: Earth Elemental
Jirruln: Air Elemental
Lkritii (Luh-crit-eee): Undead
Astarni: Light (As in "There was a great deal of light")
Astarnien: Light (As in "Should I light the the torch?")
Astarnial: Lit, as in "He lit the candles"
Astarnialan: Lit, as in "A well lit room"
Kraglorsh: Want (As in "Do you want to me to make something to eat?")
Luuktirn: To (As in "Do you want me to...?"
Laaktiirn: To (As in "This is to give to her")
Ehktu: Food (For an elemental this may be the same as "Fuel" in some cases but it is used as we would define "Food")
Sample sentence: Loktiir roodkleer kraglorsh halktiir luuktirn jaarkti ehktu? (Do you want me to make food?)
Stay tuned for the next few languages, as well as updates to these.