First Tongue

The Uratha innately have knowledge of their own language, known as the First Tongue. We recommend using ctrl+f to use your browser's search function to look for English words.

Background Information

Ethan Skemp says:

The root of most First Tongue stuff is Sumerian, then run back through Grimm's Law. Step Three is where it gets really complicated, though, as many — and I mean many — a word is not at all literally the un-Grimmed Sumerian root. Messing around in Blasphemies I had to come up with some weird poetic language — like "neighbor-desire" for Envy. Many of the words that you see in the core were assembled by the guy who first put this thing together (James Kiley) and then many more were done by Carl Bowen while I was working on other stuff. So I can't quote the exact etymology of some words. Hieing all the way back to that traffic light spirit, the Little Road Tyrant — yeah, its First Tongue name was derived from the Sumerian "red-yellow-green."

There are minor "rules" derived elsewhere, too. Like the lunar choirs — they all end in "-lunim" not because it's proper Sumerian derivation, but because it was evocative of old angel names (and thereby sort of evoked another really ancient culture). Sometimes we went right for the in-joke, too. The Breath, Worm and Deep all have direct in-joke First Tongue names, two of them from Werewolf: The Apocalypse|W:tA (the Breath from an Elemental Urge, and the Worm... well, you probably know why we went with "Zmei|Zmai"). In retrospect, I guess it wasn't a fair challenge. Rule Three is in its way the most important rule, and it seems to have gotten in the way of decoding the most. I apologize for that.

But it is the most important rule, particularly when designing your own words. It's very, very easy to come up with the same not-so-intuitive word for three entirely different concepts, due to the many homonyms in Sumerian. Always keep that sucker in mind. Jess K. Hartley used this site for Sumerian words while working on Predators. Glossary of First Tongue Words

About this list

Listed below are all the known words of the First Tongue. NB - To add words, please send the word, definition and book and page number citations so that people will know where to find them to the web team. For First Tongue words and concepts created in play and not listed in source material, please note them as such and give a reference to the philosophy behind the word.

A

A rah, mala sagh ghes ra neru:
"Drown, and thereby drown my enemies", a part of a ritual
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 53)
Adagmos:
The Dreaming Serpent, an example of one of the Maslunim that might patron a Silver Crusade
(WTF War Against the Pure, p. 125)
Affahissu:
Ancestor-spirits
(WTF Lodges: The Faithful, p. 103)
Adarusharu:
Wolf hosts
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 80)
Afhal:
Warlock
Afhal Usum:
Great Sages, Serpent Sages
(WTF Skinchangers, p. 78)
Agalu Delal:
Demon Eater
(WTF War Against the Pure, p. 147)
Aharnuz:
'The Mother', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 181)
Akkath:
Suggested name for Arkadia
(WTF Blasphemies, p. 23)
Alath:
A helpful spirit (male)
Alathru:
Gift or Gifts
Ama-er:
Mother's tears; a reference to the sin against Harmony wherein an uratha mother murders her own child (generally while in kuruth).
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 102)
Amahan Iduth:
Mother Moon
Amdulim:
Death, Harvesters
(WTF: Predators, p. 57)
Anfarsisu:
Train, Iron Horses
(WTF: Predators, p. 34)
Ankakumikaityn:
Nomad Wolf. Also known as Anka-Ur
(WTF: Lodges: the Faithful, p. 97)
Anshega:
The Pure Tribes
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 113)
Anzaghar Ilthum:
"Tower Hounds" a suggested Ghost Wolf Tribe
(WTF: Rage, p. 96)
Arrathudum:
Accursed Icons, or, more commonly 'Cursed Items'
(WTF: Rage, p. 141)
Asah Gadar:
Bale Hound
Asgar:
All-seeing eyes; scouts in a Silver Crusade
(WTF: War Against the Pure, p. 135)
Assinu-ur:
Patron of the Lodge of Mania, also known as "the wolf who leads our cult".
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 77)
Asusar-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Maastraac, Maeljin of Envy
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 118)
Azarath:
Evolved Azlu that have likely fused with a human host.
(WTF: Predators, p. 114)
Azdehusar:
The Consumer
(WTF: Hunting Ground: The Rockies, p. 78)
Aziha:
Cursed
(WTF: Hunting Ground: The Rockies, p. 140)
Azitha-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Thurifuge, Maeljin of Violence
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 120)
Azlu:
Spider Host

B

Ba'musum:
Steel, Iron's Children
(WTF: Predators, p. 45)
Beshilu:
Rat Host

C

No known words beginning with C

D

Dagukurum:
River, Swift Waters
(WTF: Predators, p. 47)
Dar-Us:
"Slow Killer".
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 35)
Delal:
"Vicious Demons" Title given to the most experienced and fiercest warriors in a Silver Crusade. Usually the Blood Talons and Rahu.
(WTF:War Against The Pure, p. 117)
Danu-Ur:
Creator Wolf, mythic brother, sister or mate (depending on the story) of Fenris-Ur, a heretical rumour has Danu-Ur going mad after Father Wolf died and becoming Rabid Wolf.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 28)
Desasu-Nihur:
Bale Hound of Carnala, Maeljin of Lust
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 124)
Dikhut:
Judge, an Aspect of the Elodoth
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 109)
Dirak-Lahaf:
Machine Gun, Chattershots
(WTF: Predators, p. 37)
Dug-ús-thim:
"Ghost-claimed"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 136)
duguthim:
Spirit-Claimed, Possessed or Merged
Duhalaim:
Raccoon, Cunning Masks
(WTF: Predators, p. 26)
dulesh'na:
Touchstone
Duzag lal:
"Show me" part of the Elodoth Boundary Rite
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 105)

E

Endammu:
"Flesh-Ripper"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)
Endi Matha:
Playgrounds, Child Farmers
(WTF: Predators, p. 41)
Endim:
Toys, Playthings
(WTF: Predators, p. 41)
Enharra:
Emissary, an Aspect of the Irraka
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 36)
Engum:
Locus Guardians
(WTF: The Pure, pp. 26-27)
Estha:
"Bound"
(WTF: Lodges: The Splintered, pp. 142)

F

Fa-ninna:
Owl, Omen Birds
(WTF: Predators, p. 28)
far'huf:
Stepping Sideways
Farsil Luhal:
Iron Masters
Fenris-nu:
Fenris' Fire, the feeling of the prescence of Fenris-Ur with a Blood Talon
(WTF: Lore of the Forsaken, p. 31)
Fenris-Ur:
Destroyer Wolf
Fiuremekir:
Speakers, An Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 144)

G

Garm-Ur:
Son of Fenris-Ur, Patron of the Lodge of Garm.
(WTF: Lodges of the Faithful, p. 53)
Galer Za Da Har:
"I banish you from this world", taken from the rite Banish Spirit
Gargahan Shulath:
"Bringer of Ruin"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)
Gauru:
The "War Form" of the Uratha
Gazhdum:
Ghost-Touched Items
(WTF: The Rage, p. 139)
Ghu-ghabhasughar:
"Eating the Foe", a heretical ritualised cannibalism practiced by some Blood Talons.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 29)
Gifala:
The spirit wilds
Gila Esi:
Elm, The Downfallen
(WTF: Predators, p. 31)
gishar:
A Wound
Gurfuros-Ur:
Twin to Garm-Ur and Patron to the Lodge of the Cerberus there are some who claim he may actually be the son of Dire Wolf.
(WTF: Lodges of the Faithful, p. 37)
gurihal:
The physical world
Gurim-Ur:
Rabid Wolf, totem of the Fire Touched
Gushasu-Nihur:
Bale Hound of Mammon, Maeljin of Greed
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 123)
Guzen Ehara:
Bank, Usury Lords
(WTF: Predators, p. 35)
Guzenthima:
Money, Golden Thoughts
(WTF: Predators, p. 40)

H

Hafal:
War, Warmongers
(WTF: Predators, p. 59)
Halaku:
Crow Host
(WTF: Predators, p. 164)
Halamaaz:
Performers, an Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 147)
Hanzerih:
Flame, Consuming Fires
(WTF: Predators, p. 47)
Hathis-Ur:
Silver Wolf, totem of the Ivory Claws
Hesath Thaf:
Pain, Paroxysms
(WTF: Predators, p. 57)
Hespar Nimhir:
Electricity, Trapped Lightning
(WTF: Predators, p. 44)
Hithethal-Us:
Patron of the Lodge of Death, a spirit of the ashes of the dead.
(WTF: Lodges: The Faithful, p. 46)
Hikaon-Ur:
Black Wolf, totem of the Hunters in Darkness
Hirfathra Hissu:
Bone Shadows
Hiribanu:
Knife, Bladelings
(WTF: Predators, p. 36)
Hiri Hufesi:
Oak, Those that wait
(WTF: Predators, p. 32)
Hisil:
The Shadow Realm
Hisil da duha:
"The Shadow must be ruled", words of the First Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 56)
Hissu-kag:
Envoy, an Aspect of the Elodoth
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 108)
Hissu-Ur:
Shadow Wolf, Patron of the Lodge of Voices, possibly an aspect of Kamduis-Ur.
(WTF: Lodges: The Faithful, p. 104)
Hithim:
Hostile Spirit
hithim luzak:
Spirit fugitive
Hithimu:
Spirit Ridden
hithisu:
Spirit Urged
Hud:
"Warrior", all Rahu Aspects include this word
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 181)
Hudhesdu:
Tactician, an Aspect of the Rahu
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 182)
Hudhuz:
Berserker, an Aspect of the Rahu
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 181)
Hudinim:
Oathkeeper, an Aspect of the Rahu
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 182)
Hudta:
Defender, an Aspect of the Rahu
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 182)
Hudzith:
Crusader, An Aspect of the Rahu
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 181)
Huhsih:
Warhowlers, an Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 146)
Hurhir Gasmk:
Sports Car, Highway Cats
(WTF: Predators, p. 33)
Huzuruth-Ur:
Dire Wolf, totem of the Predator Kings

I

Idigam:
Moon-banished, spirits banished beyond the spirit wilds in ages past.
(WTF: Werewolf: The Forsaken, p. 18)
Idigathim:
Lunacy
Idimathu:
"Savage Priests" a suggested Ghost Wolf Tribe
(WTF: The Rage, p. 97)
Iduth-Su:
Flayed Lune
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 136)
Iduth Zana:
Moon Puppets
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 119)
Ihitar:
"Seer", the special title of those of the Lodge of Prophecy.
(WTF: Lodges: The Faithful, p. 78)
'Imin fala Uzuhama muz':
lit. 'Seven Turns of the Bitch Mother's Face'. A phrase used in Predatory King intiations.
(WTF: The Pure, p. 92)
Iminir:
Storm Lords
Iminir desh kar:
Also shortened to 'Desh Kar'- literally translates as "Just us". A saying used between Storm Lords, similar to 'been there, done that'. Can also be used as an expression of sympathy or frustration at the burdens of being Iminir.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 159)
Imkul:
Breezes, Waftlings
(WTF: Predators, p. 44)
Imria Hithim:
The Ancestor Spirits that watch over a certain lineage
(WTF: Predators, p. 64)
Imru Nu Fir Imru:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'The People Do Not Murder The People'
Inimshi:
Desire, Lustings
(WTF: Predators, p. 56)
Inimzu-Ur:
"Wolves who speak with words" the name for a member of the Lodge of Hallowed Halls.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 67)
Isib:
"Priest" or "magician", always included in the Ithaeur Aspect names
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 72)
Isibansala:
Observer, an Aspect of the Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 73)
Isib-Durume:
Shadowbinder, an Aspect of the Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 73)
Isibhgud:
Spirit-Hunter, an Aspect of the Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 72)
Isibildua:
Ritualist, an Aspect of the Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 73)
Isiburalath:
Totem-Bond, an Aspect of the Ithaeur
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 73)
Isi'is-ur:
Anguished Wolf, totem of the Lodge of the Second Moonrise
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 176)
ithagihi:
Auspice
Ithaim:
The Mad, an Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 145)
Ithi Thahal:
Scout, an Aspect of the Irraka
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 37)
Iurhir:
Dog, Mongrels
(WTF: Predators, p. 25)
Izihi:
Assassin, an Aspect of the Irraka
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 35)
Izidakh:
Fire-Touched

J

No known words beginning with J

K

Ka Hadar:
"Burning Whisper"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)
Khuranu Dhugu:
"Speakers of the Vine" a suggested Ghost Wolf Tribe
(WTF: The Rage, p. 97)
Kha-Yaawk:
Leech Hosts
(WTF: Lodges: The Splintered, p. 117)
Khila’es Suthar:
"Three Nights of Slaughter", a historical lesson of the Iron Masters
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 129)
k'ruuk:
'Scarred One', an honourific given to the members of the Lodge of Scars
(WTF: Lodges: The Splintered, p. 115)
Kamduis-Ur:
Death Wolf, totem of the Bone Shadows
Kath Hespar:
Orb Spider, Trapweavers
(WTF: Predators, p. 30)
Kuluh-Ur:
Trembling Wolf, detracting name for Sibath-Ur, the patron of the Lodge of the Shepherd
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 106)
Kuruth:
Death Rage

L

Lahan-Aru:
"Prey-Render"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)
lama:
a helpful spirit (female)
lil:
spirit of a place
lul:
"Liar"
(Lodges: the Faithful, p.5)
Lul Galah:
Truth Seeker
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 109)
Lul-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Pseulak, Maeljin of Deception
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 117)
Lum:
Apathy, Heartslugs
(WTF: Predators, p. 56)
Lushar Iduthag:
The Tribes of the Moon
luthazlu:
Crawlers, the less-evolved Azlu, still behaving as spiders.
(WTF: Predators, p. 114)
Luzuk:
Thief, an Aspect of the Irraka
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 37)

M

Maeladar*:
Ascendant Bale Hounds, that have served the Maeljin well, and now act as lesser Maeltinet. Considered the highest achievement of Bale Hounds.
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 129)
Maeljin*:
Lords of the Wounds
Maeltinet*:
Generals of the Maeljin
(WTF: Lore of the Forsaken, p. 50)
Magath:
Hybrid spirit without choir
Makuh-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Asmodai, Maeljin of Wrath
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 118)
Masgim:
"Ambusher" Title for the Scouts and Rangers in a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 117)
Mashi:
Dreamers, an Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 145)
Maslunim:
"Hidden Lunes" mysterious and powerful Lunes, most Ithaeur don't even know them, most likely to patron a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 117)
Meninna:
Hunter in Darkness
Mihira
"Night watchmen", members of the Lodge of the Starless Sky
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 177)
Mirhira:
Storm, Angry Skies
(WTF: Predators, p. 48)
Muhil Kasha:
"alpha-born" a compliment among Storm Lords.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 166)
Mu-se za nam-erin:
"I name you as my prey" a phrase uttered in the Hunters in Darkness rite: Name the Quarry.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 109)
muth luzuk:
Blood Thief; Vampire
Muth, Su, Hithim:
"Blood, Body, Spirit", used in the Blood Communion of Spring Rite
(WTF: The Rage, p. 132)

N

Na'aki-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Beliar, Maeljin of Sloth
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 118)
naestu:
'Where one cannot smell or taste', often used to decribe being in Hishu
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 35)
Nahaka:
Fool, an Aspect of the Irraka
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 36)
nahdar:
Locus
Nahiru:
Plural "Nahiri", translates as "Herald". They are the first to join a Silver Crusade and act as recruiters, they are also known as Prophets.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 117)
Namhur-Rihur:
Bale Hound of Lamashtu, Maeljin of Pride
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 121)
Namithamhar:
Mini Mart, Quicklures
(WTF: Predators, p. 35)
Namusiden:
The Returned, or Marching Dead, those claimed by the Usudwirku
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 86)
Nanutari:
Spirit-Thieves.
(WTF: Predators, p. 81)
Nighzu nu namzu:
"Knowledge is not Wisdom"
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 52)
Nih Mehar:
A Greater Incarnae of the Irralunim
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 34)
nihiluth:
Gnawer, the weakest kind of Beshilu.
(WTF: Predators, p. 144)
Nindhru:
"Warlord" the general of a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 117)
Nisuuf:
"Coward"
(Lodges: The Faithful p.5)
Ni Daha:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'Respect Your Prey'
Nihhilim:
Rat, Vermin
(WTF: Predators, p. 26)
Nihu ba eshe ges:
Roughly translates as "I will find you anywhere in the world" and often used in the Irraka's 'Brand the Blooded' rite.
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 32)
Ninna Farakh:
Predator Kings
Ni-zu tag?:
"What are you hunting?" a common greeting among Hunters in Darkness. See also Nu-nih
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 87)
Nu Bath Githul:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'The Herd Must Not Know'
Nu Hu Uzu Eren:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'Do Not Eat The Flesh Of Human Or Wolf'
Nuigim:
'The Unseen', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 183)
Numilim:
Silence, Voiceless
(WTF: Predators, p. 58)
nu-nih:
'Nothing'- The tradtional negative answer to the question "Ni-zu tag?" This answer is usually given if the werewolf speaking has just finished a hunt, or is depressed or otherwise deterred from the hunt.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 87)
nuzusul:
A werewolf before the First Change
Nusuz uth Sur:
"The Ancient Law Pack"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)

O

Ortuz-Ur:
The Blood Wolf, supposedly one of the lesser children of Father Wolf he is the patron of the Lodge of the Hunt.
(WTF: Core Book, p. 203)

P

No known words beginning with P

Q

No known words beginning with Q

R

Ralurnim:
"full moon spirit wolves", the name for members of the Lodge of the Fury Choir
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p 173)
Ramamu-Ur:
"Growling Wolf" a suggested First or Second Born totem for a Ghost Wolf Tribe
(WTF: The Rage, p 96)
Razilu:
The Snake Host
(WTF: Predators, p 114)
Redlu:
"Warrior" soldiers in a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p 117)
Resusdun:
"To their assistance", the phrase for Forsaken with medical Skills, Gifts or Rites in a Silver Crusade. They are often embedded with units but may act in concert to heal Forsaken who cannot heal themselves.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p 135)
Rih Lahafa:
Gluttony, Gorgers
(WTF: Predators, p. 54)
Rihmatha:
Kudzu, Land Eater
(WTF: Predators, p. 32)
Rokhan:
Evolved Beshilu, possibly fused with a human host.
(WTF: Predators, p. 114)

S

Sa'asu-Nihur:
Bale Hound of Baalphegor, Maeljin of Gluttony
(WTF: Blasphemies, p. 125)
Saghba-Zul:
Oathbreaker, totem of the Lodge of the Broken Pledge
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 65)
Sagrim-Ur:
Red Wolf, totem of the Iron Masters
Sahfala Usum:
Rattlesnake, Disagreeable Serpents
(WTF: Predators, p. 27)
Sah-sik-nisik:
Traffic Light, Little Road Tyrants
(WTF: Predators, p. 40)
Saf'lahaf:
Plastic, Anyshapes
(WTF: Predators, p. 45)
Sahthaf Usah:
Nightmares, Incubi
(WTF: Predators, p. 60)
Sal Hissu:
Thin Shadow, the patron spirit of the Lodge of the Hundred Days
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 65)
Sar Umfisah:
Book, Scrollborn
(WTF: Predators, p. 38)
Sehe Nu Lu'u Thim:
'Honour Nothing Of Human Craft', part of the Oath of Urfarah taken by Predator Kings
(WTF: The Pure, p. 93)
Serthaha:
"Those who punish" members of the Lodge of Wrath.
(WTF: Lodges of the Faithful, p. 114)
Sha’an kulzu namakhra inshi, Urdaga!:
"No one can save you now, Forsaken!"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 66)
shartha:
The Host
Shukarran:
Translatable as "Silver Road" or "Road of Blades" it is the First Tongue word for a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 118)
shurilam:
Twilight
Sibath-Ur:
Herding Wolf, the patron spirit of the Lodge of the Shepherd
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 106)
Sih Sehe Mak; Mak Ne Sih:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'The Low Shall Honour The High; The High Shall Respect The Low'
Sithul Uddis:
Computer, RAM-eaters
(WTF: Predators, p. 38)
Skolis-Ur:
Winter Wolf, totem of the Storm Lords
Sloag'tha:
Sewer, Cesslords
(WTF: Predators, p. 42)
Srizaku:
Locust Host
(WTF: Predators, p. 161)
Ss''uthaf:
"I accept you", part of the Rite of Contrition
(WTF: Werewolf: The Forsaken, p. 155)
Su a sar-hith sa:
"Pay each spirit in kind" the Tribal vow of the Bone Shadows.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 53)
Sugallum:
"Council of Alphas" the Alphas who advise the nindhru in a Silver Crusade.
(WTF: War Against The Pure, p. 118)
Suggal-Mak:
Powerful Beshilu who have found a way to live much longer than humans, up to 150 years.
(WTF: Shadows of the UK, p. 179)
Suhahdu:
'The Flesh', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 178)
Sulukka:
A First Tongue word referring to those who perform ritual cleansing, normally in reference to the Lodge of Harmony
(WTF: Lodges of the Faithful, p. 60)
Susiba:
Lorekeepers, an Aspect of the Cahalith
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 145)
Susuru Hafarrakum:
The Dark Revolt, the First Tongue name of The Sundering
(WTF: Core Book, p. 19)
Suthar Anzuth:
Blood Talons
Su Ubh:
"He Who Gathers Up" or "The Collector"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 111)
Suuf-ur:
Cowardly dogs
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 188)
Su'ur
Empty Wolves
(WTF: Hunting Ground: The Rockies, p. 57)

T

Taga Dan:
'The Paradise Of The Hunt', a Fire-Touched belief, which is thought to be a place where no lies can exist, and the truth is never hurtful or offensive.
(WTF: The Pure, p. 54)
taghae:
'regenerative nodule'
(WTF: Blood of the Wolf, p. 21)
Tammath-Mar:
"Beast-Who-Devours"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 67)
Tha'hon:
'The Deep', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 175)
Thif Hisir:
Cat, Malkins
(WTF: Predators, p. 24)
Thifulmatha:
Subway, Travels Below
(WTF: Predators, p. 43)
Thihirtha Numea:
Ghost Wolves
Thimma Hih:
Dementia, Ailing Thoughts
(WTF: Predators, p. 59)
Thimús:
"Prey's Death" the totem of the Lodge of Reaping.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 69)
Thi sah kathar:
"Suffer in Darkness" part of the Curse of Shadows Irraka Rite
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 33)
Thismin Thimma:
Data, Binary Butterflies
(WTF: Predators, p. 39)
Thu Ibiru:
"All war", the Blood Talon principals of war.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 17)
Thumuthafa:
Ant, Workers
(WTF: Predators, p. 29)
tur:
Neutral Ground
Tur Lu'u:
Boundary-Keeper, an Aspect of the Elodoth
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 108)
Tzuumfin:
Ivory Claws

U

Udzhalla-Ur:
"Watcher Wolf" a suggested First Born for a Ghost Wolf Tribe
(WTF: The Rage, p. 94)
Uglathlu:
Worm Hosts
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 123)
Uhamusen:
Raven, Eye Eaters
(WTF: Predators, p. 29)
ulal:
Essence
Umamu Suhi:
Beasts of Vengeance, a special descant of the Violence Choir who have pledged their loyalty to the Incarna Ka'an Balam, they possess bodies of the dead and are found exclusively in South America.
umma:
witch or warlock
Unamatha Azim:
Bear, Bruins
(WTF: Predators, p. 24)
ungin:
A meeting on neutral Territory
unihar:
A Ghost Child
Unlu Thufara:
Golden Eagle, Sun Hunters
(WTF: Predators, p. 28)
Uratha Safal Thil Lu'u:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'The Uratha Shall Cleave To The Human'
uragarum:
Wolf-blooded
uralath:
A totem spirit
Uratha:
Werewolves
Urazakh-Angir:
"Wolf-born-foretold"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 66)
Urdaga:
Forsaken, The Tribes of the Moon
Uremehir:
The First Tongue
Urfarah:
Father Wolf
Usu-Ur:
Literally "alone wolf", a term from the Lodge of the Lone Wolf.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 37)
Urfidum:
Granite, Endurings
(WTF: Predators, p. 46)
Ur Khubharlu:
Wolf Foe
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 106)
Urum Da Takus:
A section of the Oath of the Moon, 'The Wolf Must Hunt'
Uthsu:
Grief, Darkenings
(WTF: Predators, p. 55)
Uth Arathum:
Illuminators, Sun Scholars
(WTF: Predators, p. 53)
Uth Umfisah:
Searings, Sun Warriors
(WTF: Predators, p. 53)
Usudwirku:
Mushrooms
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 86)
Usumma:
Bitch Mother, a Pure term for Luna
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 188)

V

Versipellitis:
"Changing skins", a disease
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 117)
Viruhk-Ur:
Soulless Wolf, totem of the Bale Hounds

W

No known words beginning with W

X

No known words beginning with X

Y

Ya-Dumu:
"The Fifth Son", the Totem for the Lodge of the Lone Wolf, he claims to be the fifth son of Father Wolf who was driven from the pack for being the smallest and weakest.
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 37)

Z

Zabar-su:
Advocate, an Aspect of the Elodoth
(WTF: Signs of the Moon, p. 108)
Zathu:
Gauntlet
Zela Uhur:
Lightnings, Cloud Swords
(WTF: Predators, p. 48)
Zho'ak:
'The Breath', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 175)
Zho'paru:
'Defeater of Breath', a title granted to those that were responsible for ending Breathstealer (See The Slaying of Slithergadee)
Zisilim:
The Uratha concept of Harmony or internal balance.
(WTF: The Rage, p. 144)
Zi Galah:
"soul mender"
(WTF: Tribes of the Moon, p. 113)
Zi'ir:
Broken Soul
Zif Kamduis-Ur:
'The Mark Of The Death Wolf'
(WTF: Blood Of The Wolf, p. 115)
Zir hulu ghik uridhim:
"Feel our hate, mongrel"
(WTF: Night Horrors: Wolfsbane, p. 106)
Zmai:
'The Worm', a Named Horror
(WTF: Predators, p. 186)
zur:
Chiminage

A Note about the Maeljin

All entries marked with a * do not truly have their base in the First Tongue (as can be seen by the very different roots in the names of the Maeljin's Bale Hounds). The fact that their origins cannot be traced to any known language is a cause for concern amongst the wisest of lore masters, Forsaken and Pure alike.

Thus far, the names and titles of the known Maeljin have been listed as thus (as listed from pp. 51-57 of Lore of the Forsaken)-

  • Carnala, Lady of Lust
  • Mammon, Feeder of Greed
  • Maastraac, Master of Envy
  • Baalphegor, King of Gluttony
  • Lamashtu, Calipah of Pride
  • Beliar, Slave to Sloth
  • Asmodai, Queen of Wrath
  • Pseulak, Minister of Deception
  • Thurifuge, Architect of Violence