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Keys

  • (?) = A  word that looks like it is in the wrong area.
  • <?> = An unknown / unsure translation

Mole Speech

  • Arsken = Asking
  • Baint = Are not, Am not, Is not
  • Be a = Am
  • Be = Is, Are, Am ("You'm be a sloi owd villyun, boi gumm!" = "You are a sly old villain, by gum!")
  • Bees = Will, Am
  • Behoind = Behind
  • Boi = By
  • Bukkit = Bucket
  • Bumblybee = Bumble Bee
  • Burr aye = Indeed
  • Burr no = Certainly not!
  • Choild = Child
  • Coom = Come
  • Corjul = Cordial
  • Churr = Chair
  • Damsens = Damson plums
  • Dawnen = Dawn
  • Deloight = Delight
  • Dissurven = Deserves (Moles use only present participle with verbs, creating a 'be ... ' dynamic: "You'm be dissurven o' ee prize.")
  • Ee = The, You, He, She
  • Etted = Ate, Eaten
  • Fallen = Fall, Fallen
  • Foxer / Foxerbeast = Fox or a sly beast
  • Foxerwolf = referring to Urgan Nagru the Foxwolf
  • Froggers = Frogs
  • Fruitycake/Frootycaker = Fruitcake
  • Furst = First
  • Goo = Go
  • Gudd = Good
  • Gurtly / Gurt  = Greatly / Great
  • H’uncle, Nuncle = Uncle
  • Koindly = Kind, Kindly
  • Larf = Laugh
  • Loively = Lively
  • Losts = Lots
  • Miz = Miss
  • Moi = My
  • Moler = Mole
  • Oo arr = An indication of enthusiastic agreement, although it can also be used in a facetious or sarcastic sense to mean the opposite. Compare with Highlanders' "Aye right", and otters' "Oh aye".
  • Oop = Up
  • Oi = I, Me (moles do not use a word for me- they will always use Oi instead. "Ee made Oi larf!")
  • Narsty = Nasty
  • Poartee = Poetry
  • Porshings = Portions
  • Pudden = Pudding
  • Rarscal = Rascal
  • Rabserries = Raspberries
  • Roight = Right
  • Rootybag = Rutabaga
  • Sayen = Saying
  • Soilent = Silent
  • Spake = Speak
  • Stoled = Stole
  • Sunroise = Sunrise
  • Surpintly/Surpinkly = Certainly
  • Tater = Potato
  • Thankee = Thank you
  • Thurr = There, Their, They’re
  • They'm = They're
  • They = Those
  • Traverse (?) = Travel
  • Uzn's = Us
  • Villyun = Villain
  • Vurmint = Vermin
  • Waken = Wake
  • Watter = Water
  • Whurr = Where
  • Wudd = Would; alternately, this can mean "wood"
  • Wuddland = Forested area
  • Wurse = Worse
  • Yon = Your
  • You’m (widely used in the Redwall world) = You’re
  • Yurr = Here
  • Zurr = Sir

Hare Speech

  • Wot = Similar to the real-world term what? put at the end of sentences of people speaking old British Military and RAF lingo. It equates to "eh?" The hares take this another step to the point that they will put at sentences that are not questions, but are making a statement that looks for affirmation from the conversation partner: "I say, Buck, here comes the jolly old shrew fleet, eh (wot)."
  • Jolly = E.g: I say, Buck, here comes the jolly old shrew fleet, wot. (Diggs, The Sable Quean)
  • Old = Look at the 'Jolly' E.g
  • Bally = Used much the same way as 'jolly'.
  • Flippin' = Used as an adjective (usually used to increase the intensity of the sentence). Similar to 'Flamin' '.
  • Flamin' = Used as an adjective (usually used when aggitated). Similar to 'Flippin' '
  • Blinkin' = Used like 'Flippin' '.
  • Bloomin' = Used like 'Blinkin' '.
  • Blazin' = See 'Bloomin' '.
  • Blasted = Used much like 'blazin' ' and such.
  • Bloody = See 'blasted'.
  • Ruddy = See 'bloody'.
  • Gel = Girl
  • Bounder = A scurrilous or otherwise caddish type
  • Rotter = Equally scurrilous person, if not more morally destitute
  • Blighter = Somebeast for whom the speaker has some shred of pity due to their 'blighted' circumstances, or even camaraderie (see "famine-face")
  • Cad = (lads only) One who makes game of the affections of gels, but more widely a generally roguish scoundrel
  • Buck = A chap; a male Wot-Wot (rarely used for anything but a hare, donchaknow)
  • Donchaknow = Don't you know?
  • Doe = A chappess
  • Chap = No explanation needed, really, though I suppose it's 'guy' in the United States (in discordance with the rest of the world, ahem)
  • Chappess = A female guy
  • By jove/jingo = An oath applied to the end bit of a sentence for an effect, and the speakerhare's affirmation of the fact (Compare to 'boi gumm')
  • devil/deuce/aubergine = The master of hell is often invoked (not usually by his own choice) to lend strength to a question (such as "What the deuce are you playing at, lassie doe?") or lend negativity ("Our lads 'ad a devil of a time on the old ridge, sah.")
  • Dashed/dash = To be hurled or to hurl, with force. Dashed adds intensity to negativity ("It was a dashed hard old trek, donchaknow") or even to curse ("Dash it all!")
  • Cracking/whacking = Good, amazing, incredible, rumbustious, or also simply big or booming, depending on of course use context and all that ("Cracking great monster of a chap, ain't 'e?") or ("Whacking good soup, Miz Jortima! Done y'self flippin' well proud this time, ol' gel.")

Vermin Speech (Corsairs and Searats)

Includes Viska Longtooth speech, who speaks with a strong accent.

  • Annuver = Another
  • Bizness = Business
  • Brudder = Brother
  • Champeen = Champion
  • Dedd / Dedded = Dead
  • Dem = Them
  • Der = The
  • Dere = There / Their / They're
  • Dis = This
  • Fer = For
  • Gerroff = Get off
  • Gerron = Get on
  • Gerrout = Get Out
  • Gerrouta = Get Out Of
  • Gerrup = Get up
  • Gudd / Gud = Good
  • Haz = Has
  • Inta / Inter = Into
  • Kin = Can
  • Lissen = Listen
  • Lotsa = Lots of
  • Mebbe = Maybe
  • Musta = Must of
  • Onna = On a
  • Outta = Out of
  • Norra = Not a
  • Norrin = Not in
  • Plenny = Plenty
  • Shaddap / Shuddup = Shut up
  • Slayed = Slain / Slew
  • Sorta = Sort of
  • Sumtin = Something
  • Ter = To
  • Tink = Think
  • Unnerstand = Understand
  • Veggibles = Vegetables
  • Vikkles = Food / Vittles
  • Waddaya = What do you
  • Wan = One
  • Weppin = Weapon
  • Werk = Work
  • Wid = With
  • Worrabout = What about
  • Wuz = Was
  • Ya = You
  • Yarr = Your, You're, You, Yeah
  • Yer / Yore = Your

Vermin Speech (Land Vermin)

  • An' = And
  • D'ye = Do You
  • Rabbet = Rabbit

Vermin Speech (Flitcheye/Flitchaye)

  • Arter = After
  • D' = The. Typically, it is attached to the beginning of the word it is indicating. A sentence by a Flitcheye would be like so: "We d'Flitchaye!" or "I have d'sword!"
  • Gennelbeasts = Gentle beasts
  • Gerroutofit = Get out of here!
  • Gotta = Got a
  • Kil't =Killed
  • Liddle = Little
  • Pore = Poor
  • Shurrup = Shut up
  • Slayed = Killed
  • Ter = To

Highlanders Speech (Hares and other Woodlanders)

  • Afore = Before
  • Ah/'ll = I/'ll
  • Alangside = Alongside
  • Braw = Brave
  • Bairn = Child
  • Bonny = This means a lot of things, but it always means something good; e.g., bonny lass
  • Canna or Cannae = Cannot
  • Cauld = Cold
  • Couldna' or Couldnae = Couldn't
  • Dinna or Dinnae= Do not
  • Goo = Go
  • Lad = Young male, usually having not yet reached adulthood
  • Laddie = Young male; also a term of endearment
  • Lassie = Young female; as with laddie, it can be a term of endearment
  • Lass = Young female, typically not yet an adult
  • Mah = My
  • Nae = No
  • No' = Not
  • Numptie = Fool; colossal idiot
  • Shouldnae = Shouldn't
  • Tae = To
  • Willnae = Won't
  • Wi' or Wit' = With
  • Wouldnae = Wouldn't
  • Ye = You

Dibbun Speech

  • Bruvver = Brother
  • Bumbly bee = Bumble bee
  • Da = The
  • Farver = Father
  • Foxybeast = Fox; A sly or trixy beast (?)
  • Fraidy Frog = A sort of insult
  • Goo = Go
  • Gunna = Going to
  • H'Abbot = Abbot
  • H'Abess = Abbess
  • Ho = Oh
  • Innen't = Isn't
  • Longa = Long
  • Sista =Sister
  • Ta = To
  • Taken = Taking
  • Vikkles = Vittles, food
  • Villyun = Villian (?)
  • Wiv = With

Insults

  • Misbegotten Muddler
  • Toadlicker
  • Frogfaced Fool
  • Your Mammy is a Frog

Otter Speech

  • Matey = Friend

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