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"Much of the nuance of Argonian conversation blooms from heavy metaphor and subtle body movements." – Lights-the-Way, Mystic of the Mages Guild[1]

Jel is the native language of the Argonians. Unlike other modern Tamrielic languages, which all devolve from Ehlnofex,[citation needed] Jel originates from the ancient and intelligent Hist trees of Black Marsh. The Argonian Mere-Glim claimed that Jel was the "closest speech to thought", and that other races could not pronounce it well enough to freely converse with it.[2] Nevertheless, Annaïg Hoïnart, a Breton, was able to learn enough Jel words to create a sort of pidgin language to converse with Mere-Glim.[2]

The unintelligibility of Jel to other races is satirically alluded to in The Madness of Pelagius: "It was said that when the Argonian ambassador from Blackrose came to court, Pelagius insisted on speaking in all grunts and squeaks, as that was the Argonian's natural language."

Jel and TimeEdit

"Mere-Glim wondered what would happen if he died. It was generally believed that Argonians had been given their souls by the Hist, and when one died, one's soul returned to them, to be incarnated once more. That seemed reasonable enough, under ordinary circumstances. In the deepest parts of his dreams or profound thinking were images, scents, tastes that the part of him that was sentient could not remember experiencing. The concept the Imperials called "time" did not even have a word in his native language. In fact, the hardest part of learning the language of the Imperials was that they made their verbs different to indicate when something happened, as if the most important thing in the world was to establish a linear sequence of events, as if doing so somehow explained things better than holistic apprehension."The Infernal City

Unlike other languages, Jel is unique in the fact that it boasts no time-specific variations of verbs, as Argonians – or at least the more traditionalist individuals – view all of life from birth to death as a single moment. To them, time is an illusion established to create a linear version of events and is therefore considered a limited way of perceiving reality. In fact, the hardest challenge for Argonians learning other languages is getting used to the presence of past-tense and future-tense verbs.[2]

Body LanguageEdit

"My tail whips from side to side, and yet you wish speak? Speak then."Ereel-Jush, storyteller of Naga-Kur

Much of the Argonian language also relies on non-verbal communication or "body language" to convey meaning, which may be lost in translation for those unaccustomed to the Argonian's way of speaking. This difficulty in comprehension also goes in the other direction, where an inexperienced Argonian may have difficulty interpreting the emotions of an outsider.[3] This mutual inability to decipher body language may be why Argonians speaking Tamrielic will often preface their statements with an emotional qualifier, seen most often in the form of "I erect the spine of ...".

The use of body language in communication becomes more prevalent in the more isolated Argonian tribes who have had little contact with the other races of Tamriel. An example is the Naga-Kur tribe, their representatives often consider it necessary to specify their non-verbal gestures as they speak with outsiders, though other Argonians can interpret them well enough.[4]

Some examples of this include:
"I extend the claw of welcome, warrior."General Dar-Liurz
"I shake my head in disbelief."Raj-Kaal Seelan of the Naga-Kur
"I nod my head. Yes. ..."Grave-Singer Ki-At of the Naga-Kur
"I recoil in mock disgust."Utazaw of the Naga-Kur
"[...]My rage-quill is engorged!"Chime-Maker Shuvu of the Bright-Throats

PronunciationEdit

As with Argonian body language, the pronunciation of Jel words seem to be related to the Argonian physiology. Apparently, the Argonian's reptilian origin (and therefore their mouth structure) leads to a wide use of clicking and hissing sounds within the language. The round-tongue adopted Tamrielic alphabet is unable to properly represent all of the vocal peculiarities, so here is a set of pronunciation rules that will help to read the Tamrielic-written Argonian language correctly:

G in the beginning of a word is often sounds as a voiced consonant that is pronounced abruptly and firm as in "ground" — geeva [giva].

H often used in Jel as the connective voiceless consonant is seemingly not pronounced. However it's suggested that it is vocalized by Saxhleel on the breath-out. Though, it is near impossible for the non-Argonian ear to distinguish. — saxhleel [saz'lil].

X in most cases will be pronounced simply as [z] — xanmeer [zanmir]

TS is often pronounced as a united short clicking voiced consonant as in "citrus" — tsona ['c'ona].

WordsEdit

This section contains known Jel words and their translations. For translations of Saxhleel own and nature names, namings and social roles see Names section.

AEdit

Ajum
A woven tray with a netted lid, used e.g. for serving food[5]
Alten
Possibly "port", judging by its inclusion in Alten Corimont and Alten Meerhleel

BEdit

Beeko
"Friend", sometimes used sarcastically[1]
Bijum[6]
Bok
"Bowl"[1]
Buseek[7]

CEdit

Chukka

DEdit

Daril
A name for a drug, literally "seeing everything in ecstasy"[2]
Deek
"Young", "sapling"[8]
Delaw[7]
Dimik
"Vivid"[4]
Dooka
"Mature" or "adult"[8]

EEdit

Eenu[9]
Ei
possibly "Eye", or "Eyes" (see: Haj-Ei)

FEdit

Fek
"Plant"[10]

GEdit

Gah
Basket
Gee
Geel
Gloor
The "will/desire/need" of the Hist.[11]
Greel
"Enemy", used mostly for hostile creatures or outsiders[1]
Gulvo
Gulweet

HEdit

Haj
"Hidden", or "hides"[1]
Hej
"Vaporous", as taken from its use in "hejsetha thtithik", "hejsetha thtitleel," and "hej xajhuthi kroni"[12]
Hejsetha
"Vaporous, floating", as taken from its use in Hejsetha Thtithik and Hejsetha Thtitleel[12]
Hewei
"Odd"[9]
Hoto[9]
Huptal

IEdit

Iuheeez
"Wing folding", a manner in which butterfly wings are prepared into edible presentations[5]
Ithix[13]

JEdit

Jei
possibly "eyes" or "to look", "to see" (see: Ojei)
Jekka

KEdit

Ka
Likely "war", as seen in "ka-deelith", "kaal" and "reel-ka"
Kaj
"Ample", also translated as "giant": see "kajthux" and "kaj-jeke thota"
Kaju
Dream-beast or sacred-beast. [9]
Kaoc
A type of vulgar interjection, when used in context it seems to mean "crap" or "shit"[2][14]
Keshu
Literally "stands apart"[15]
Ki
Possibly "doll", as seen in "xeech-ki"[16]
Kot[17]
Krona
"Big", "colossal", typically used in jest or exaggeration[1]
Kronka
Kronkassa[17]
Ku
To bring about or allow[18]
Kuuda
"Idiot."[19][20]

LEdit

Leel
Possibly "people", often used to denote a group or a tribe (see: Tum-Taleel, Saxhleel, Veeskhleel etc. Another possible meaning could be "Child", or "Descendant" (see usage in "Hejsetha thtithik" - whispmother-egghatcher and "Hejsetha thtitleel" - hatched whisp).
Lukiul
"Assimilated", used to signify an Argonian who has adapted to a non-Argonian culture[2][1]

MEdit

Malgai[21]
Masu
"Big-mouthed reptile" (taken from its use in 'Rormasu' and 'Wamasu', respectively)[12]
Mota
"Hunt" or "hunter"[22]

NEdit

Naheesh
"Tribal elder", typically a position of wisdom, although not necessarily one of power[1]
Nalpa
"Bad", literally "rotten", referring to something or someone of generally low quality[1]
Neiweet
Norg
"Forbidden", not used often as most forbidden things are not spoken of[1]
Norgsa[17]
Nushmeeko
"Lizard", as well as ninth month of the Argonian calendar[8]

OEdit

Oj
Possibly noting negation, judging by its use[17]
Ojei
Possibly roughly meaning "No-Eyes", referring to the fact that they are blind[23]:
Ojel
Literally, "not of Argonian tongue" or "non-speaker of Jel", marking somebody not of the tribe, an outsider. Sometimes used as an insult[4][1]

PEdit

Pahnjee
"fumer" [24]

REdit

Raj
Rajpu
"Terrible"[citation needed]
Reelsh[7]
Ruheeva
Possibly "traveller", seems to be used to greet or address passers-by[25][26]

SEdit

Sakka
Possibly denoting a liquid, something that flows or runs; could also be a verb. Seen e.g. in culinary terms ("aojee-sakka"[5], "bowl of sakka"), name of a river (Keel-Sakka River), and many Argonian names which do include verbs
Sei
Possibly "rite" or "ritual," denoting it's use in "Vastei-Sei" (Ritual of Change - Vastei meaning "change" and Sei presumably serving as "ritual"), or in "chukka-sei" - Argonian rites of maturity.
Seizo
An exclamation, not necessarily of a bad connotation[4]
Shaja
Humanoid
Shap
"Frog"
Sharith[12]
Shu
Shunatei
Roughly meaning clinging onto something (inevitable)[4]. A more colorful explanation filled with metaphors is "regretful stomach", and "the pain caused by holding on too tightly to that which has come to pass"[27]
Sisei
"Sprout", as well as third month of the Argonian calendar[8]

TEdit

Tchee[17]
Teeba
"Ball"[28]
Thtithil
"Egg", as well as eighth month of the Argonian calendar[1][8]
Thuxis
"Snake", as taken from its use in Kajthux,[12] also refers to one who is deceptive[1]
Toh
"Secret"[3]
Toteik
"Great", used sparingly for only particularly exceptional things[1]
Tsetha
"Floating", as taken from its use in Hejtsetha Thtithik and Hejtsetha Thtitleel[12]
Tsogo[citation needed]
Tsoko
"Elderly" or elder [8]
Tsona
"Swim"[1]
Tumjum
"house-weaving", usually allegorical.
Tzel
"Place"[29], possibly also marking area or territory, as seen in "Norg-Tzel"[29] and "Veeskhleel-Tzel"[16]

UEdit

Ux
A sacred mating practices of Argonians[30]
Uxith
"Nest", "home", or "bed"[14][1]

VEdit

Vahat
"Unclean", or taboo[9]
Vakka
"Sun", as well as first month of the Argonian calendar[1]
Vastei
"Change"[18][1] or "transition"
Vos
"Stone"[4]

WEdit

Waxhuthi
A type of vulgar interjection, when used in context it seems to mean "dammit"[2][17]
Wazeithi
Wutulm
"Legend", used to describe a person[9]
Wuxa

XEdit

Xal
"Sacred"[31][1]
Xeech
"Nut" or "seed", as well as second month of the Argonian calendar[1][8]
Xhu
"Yes", a type of affirmative[2]
Xul
"Death" or pertaining to death. Also marking rebirth because these are considered one and the same in Argonian culture[1]
Xulneihavu[17]
Xulomaht
"The Deceased", or dead. Twelfth month of the Argonian calendar[8]

NamesEdit

For the complete list of Saxhleel names see the Argonian names article. This section contains all the known Jel namings (including creature, plant, tribe, structure, social rite and social role names) as well as known Argonian name meanings.


AEdit

Atak
the Great Root. The first thing to ever be accordingly to the oral tradition of the Adzi-Kostleel tribe.[32]
Atakota
the evercoiling clinging of the great serpent and the Great Root accordingly to the oral tradition of the Adzi-Kostleel tribe.[32]
Ajum
A woven tray with a netted lid, used e.g. for serving food[5]
Aojee-sakka
An exquisite soup, possibly lethal if eaten in the wrong manner[5]

BEdit

Beek-ojel
"Friend-outsider"[1]
Bok-Xul
"Bowl of Death"[22]

CEdit

Chukka-sei
A trial of maturation, upon completion of which, Argonians are considered to have come of age[8]

DEdit

Daril
A name for a drug, literally "seeing everything in ecstasy"[2]
Deek-beeko[1]
Friend of youth, kid-friend, literally sapling-friend.
Deelith
"Teacher", literally "one who passes wisdom to another"[1]

GEdit

Gee-Rusleel
The 'Miredancers', a tribe of Murkmire[16]

HEdit

Haj-Ei
Translates into "Hides-His-Eyes", an Argonian name[33]
Haj mota
"Hidden Hunter", based on meanings of "haj" and "mota"
Hee-Tepsleel
[16]
Hejsetha thtithik
Wispmother, literally "vaporous, floating egg hatcher"[12]
Hejsetha thtitleel
Wisp, literally "vaporous floating sphere"[12]
Hej xajhuthi kroni
Literally "vaporous, dangerous crones", translated less directly as "beware of witchlights"[12]
Hist-Deek
"Hist Sapling", fourth month of the Argonian calendar[8]
Hist-Dooka
"Mature Hist", fifth month of the Argonian calendar[8]
Hist-Tsoko
"Elderly Hist", sixth month of the Argonian calendar[8]

IEdit

Iuheeez
"Wing folding", a manner in which butterfly wings are prepared into edible presentations[5]
Ixtaxh-thtithil-meht
"Exact-Egg-Cracker", the name of a great stepped pyramid in Lilmoth[2][6]

JEdit

Jekka-wass[7]
"Keeper of the Xinchei-Konu" [8]

KEdit

Kaal
"War captain", a revered title, especially in more violent tribes[4][1]
Ka-deelith
"War-teacher", a title for the one responsible for training warriors[34]
Kaj-jeke thota
"Ample stinging insect", referring to a Giant Wasp[12]
Kajin-Jat
Kajthux
"Ample serpent", referring to a Giant Snake[12]
Keel-Sakka
Kota
the great serpent challenging the first Great Root accordingly to the oral tradition of the Adzi-Kostleel tribe.[32]
Kota-Vimleel
literally "Black-Tongues", denoting Black-Tongue tribe of Murkmire[16]
Krona-kaal
A particularly skilled or famous war chief in the Dead-Water tribe[9]
Kronka-thatith
"Everything-Egg" roughly refers to all land occupied by the Argonian tribes when used with the gesture meaning "wide-swamp."[11]
Kuhupwo
"Mouth-talk", the rare phenomenon of a Hist tree speaking directly through speech[4]
Ku-vastei
A catalyst of change. Can be a person, a thing, or an occurrence but can be interpreted as "that which causes the necessary path for change to occur" "A ku-vastei is what sets things into motion again."[18][35]

LEdit

Lukiul
"Assimilated", used to signify an Argonian who has adapted to a non-Argonian culture[2][1]

MEdit

Maxeem-urto
"River clam"[4]

NEdit

Nagahssee
"Snake roll" a dish prepared in Murkmire consisting of a snake skin filled with various vegetables and a live mouse[5]
Naga-Kur
The Dead-Water tribe of Murkmire[16]
Naheesh
"Tribal elder", typically a position of wisdom, although not necessarily one of power[1]
Nisswo
"Nothing-speaker", a priest of Sithis[36]
Norg-Tzel
Literally "forbidden place", a secluded island in southeastern Black Marsh[29]
Norg-vos
"Warning stone"[4]

PEdit

Pahnjee
"Fumer", a rack of spoiled meat to distract bog blights from one's scent[9]

REdit

Raj-beeko
"Elder friend", or more likely, "Old friend", with the term "raj" meaning "elder" and "beeko" meaning "friend" being used in conjunction. [1]:
Raj-deelith
"Elder teacher"[15]
Raj-kaal
Literally "elder war captain", a war chief, a high military rank[9]
Raj-nassa
"Elder leader"[37]
Ree-An-Wo
"Swallowed Grove"[38]
Reel-ka
"Warrior"[1]
Rormasu
Literally "big-mouthed reptile that blinks above the water", referring to a crocodile[12]

SEdit

Saxhleel
"People of the Root", referring to the Argonians, as well as eleventh month of the Argonian calendar[2][1]
Seekhat-Xol
native village of Keshu the Black Fin [15]
Shaja-Nushmeeko
"Semi-humanoid lizard", tenth month of the Argonian calendar[8]
Shunatei
Roughly meaning clinging onto something (inevitable)[4]. A more colorful explanation filled with metaphors is "regretful stomach", and "the pain caused by holding on too tightly to that which has come to pass"[27]
Shuxaltsei
"Devours-the-Sun"[39]
Su-Zahleel

TEdit

Tar-sakka[7]
Teeba-hatsei
"Hip and tail ball", a popular Argonian sport[28]
Teeba-enoo
Another popular Argonian sport[6]
Theilul
A type of Argonian rum made from distilled sugar cane[2]
Thtachalxan
Non-Argonian guards, literally "Drykillers"[2]
Thtithatei
"Egg-stomach" used by some tribes in relation to procreational partnerships.[11]
Thtithil-gah
"Egg basket", seventh month of the Argonian calendar[8]
Topee-rajta
Loosely meaning "older than dirt"[4]
Tsona-Geeva
Alternative name used for Ixtaxh-thtithil-meht, a.k.a. Ixtaxh xanmeer[40]
Tsonashap
Literally "swimming frog"[2]
Tum-Taleel
Literally "Root-House People", denoting the Root-House tribe in Murkmire[16]
Tumjum
"house-weaving", usually allegorical.
Tutan-wei[6]

UEdit

Uvastuxith
"nest-becoming", a term for a procreational partnership.[11]
Ux-deelith
A tribe member leading the practice of ux, a sacred mating ritual[41]
Uxith-beeko
Literally "nest-friend", more directly a sexual partner[1]

VEdit

Vakka
"Sun". Also the first month of the Argonian calendar. [42]
Vakka-Bok
"Bowl of the Sun", an ancient Argonian ruin in northern Murkmire[6]
Vastei-Sei
Ritual of Change[7]
Veeskhleel
Literally, the 'Ghost People', denoting Ghost-People tribe of Murkmire[16]
Vexu-vit
"Persnickety", somebody who is fussy or particular[4]
Voh-vastei
"Apprentice"[43]
Vossa-satl
An organ/bagpipe-like instrument popular in murkmire, played with live frogs of various species.[44]

WEdit

Wamasu
Roughly translated as "big-mouthed reptile of blood lightning"[12]
Wasseek-Haleel
Literally the 'Bright-Throats', a tribe of Murkmire[16][6]
Wuju-ka[21]
Wuthilul
Translates into "Mere-Glim", an Argonian name[2]

XEdit

Xal-fek
"Sacred plant", twelve plants considered sacred to the Black-Tongue tribe[10]
Xal Ithix
"Sacred unknown", a settlement in Shadowfen, named after the nearby ruins. [13]
Xal-thtithil
"Sacred egg"[45]
Xal-uxith
"Sacred nest", where Argonian eggs are tended to[15]
Xal-vastei
"Sacred change", created at Xinchei-Konu monument[1]
Xanmeer
A term for the ancient stepped pyramids found in Black Marsh[31]
Xeech'ki
"Seed doll", a wood figurine typically carved by members of Bright-Throat Tribe, depicting local animals or tiny Argonians[16]
Xhuth
A type of vulgar interjection[2], equally common is "xuth" [19]
Xinchei-Konu
An ancient Argonian calendar, also refers to the monument constructed for it[7]
Xit-Xaht
Xochipalli
Presumably the name of a poisonous plant found in Murkmire[46]
Xoxoctic
Presumably the name of a poisonous plant found in Murkmire[46]
Xul-mota
"Death-hunt", a challenging hunt for a dangerous beast[22]
Xulneihavu[17]
Xul-Thuxis
"Snake-Means-Death City" literally "death snake", an ancient Argonian city in northern Murkmire[47]
Xul-vaat
"Grave-stake", a stake pierced through a dead Argonian, telling a story of their life[9][48]
Xulomaht
"The Deceased", as well as twelfth month of the Argonian calendar[8]

Phrases and sentencesEdit

This section contains known complete Jel sentences.

SentencesEdit

"Gulvo vakka-lo Kajin-Jat!"Kassandra.
"Vakka reelsh vastei buseek xal!"
"Delaw ruheeva wuxa vastei bok tar-sakka!"Jekka-Wass Vozei, keeper of Xinchei-Konu performing the Vastei-Sei ritual.
"Sa kot xulneihavu! Sithis tchee shu kronkassa."
"U Hist-greel kota norg-xeech."
"Ruheeva u xul-vahat!"
"Waxhuthi! Norgsa oj!"Shuxaltsei, priestess of Sithis, met in the Online:Teeth of Sithis.

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad ae af The Sharper Tongue: A Jel PrimerLights-the-Way, Mystic of the Mages Guild
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q The Infernal City — Gregory Keyes
  3. ^ a b Jee-Lar's dialogue in ESO
  4. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Xukas's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  5. ^ a b c d e f g A Culinary AdventureRallaume Lemonds, Culinary Crusader
  6. ^ a b c d e f Famia Mercius' dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  7. ^ a b c d e f g Jekka-Wass Vozei's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  8. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p The Seasons of ArgoniaJekka-Wass Paxalt, Keeper of the Xinchei-Konu
  9. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Jaxsik-Orrn's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  10. ^ a b Waku-Mat's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  11. ^ a b c d Loremaster's Archive: Murkmire Q&A and Part 2 by Jee-Lar
  12. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Kyne's Challenge: A Hunter's Companion
  13. ^ a b Xal Ithix in ESO
  14. ^ a b Crafting Motifs 9: The ArgoniansDoctor Alfidia Lupus
  15. ^ a b c d Keshu: From Egg to AdolescencePeek-Ereel, Friend and Confidant to Keshu the Black Fin
  16. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Tribes of MurkmireEmmanubeth Hurrent, the Wayfarers' Society of Wayrest
  17. ^ a b c d e f g h Shuxaltsei's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  18. ^ a b c Ku-Vastei: The Needed ChangeLights-the-Way, Mystic of the Mages Guild
  19. ^ a b Ajim-Jaa's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  20. ^ Nurhei's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  21. ^ a b Dradeiva's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  22. ^ a b c Bolu's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  23. ^ Ojei, a mutated Argonian found in Blight Bog Sump
  24. ^ Jaxsik-Orrn's dialogue during Whispers in the Wood
  25. ^ Meewulm's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  26. ^ Aliskeeh's greeting in ESO: Murkmire
  27. ^ a b Talen-Jush's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  28. ^ a b Teeba-Hatsei
  29. ^ a b c Norg-Tzel loading screen text in ESO
  30. ^ Ux-Deelith Mezatil's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  31. ^ a b The Improved Emperor's Guide to Tamriel: Black MarshFlaccus Terentius, 2E 581
  32. ^ a b c Children of the RootSolis Aduro
  33. ^ Haj-Ei in Morrowind
  34. ^ Beel-Ranu's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  35. ^ Choixth's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  36. ^ Nisswo Uaxal's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  37. ^ Keshu: The Rites of Maturity — Peek-Ereel, Friend and Confidant to Keshu the Black Fin
  38. ^ Swallowed Grove loading screen text in ESO
  39. ^ Nisswo Xode's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  40. ^ Trea and Veraan's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  41. ^ Something About Stibbons quest in ESO: Murkmire
  42. ^ Description of the Vakka Tablet quest item
  43. ^ Iskenaaz's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  44. ^ On Playing the Frogs — Toralf
  45. ^ Kassandra's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire
  46. ^ a b Quest item text in Empty Nest
  47. ^ Xul-Thuxis loading screen text in ESO
  48. ^ Grave-Singer Ki-At's dialogue in ESO: Murkmire