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aak — (n.) guide.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

ag — (v.) burn.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

aal — (v) may.
Source: Skyrim World Walls (own translation)

aam — (v.) serve.
Source: Skyrim World Walls (own translation)

aan — 1. (article) a, an. 2. (n.) slaves.
Source: 1. Skyrim Prima Guide, 2. Alduin (dialog script notes) (own translation)
Note: meaning 2 is taken from anne, slaves. It is possible that the usual pluralization does not apply here.

-aan — a suffix added to create the past perfect tense of a word (bo = fly, flies; boaan = has flown, arrived)
Source: own translation.

aanne — (n.) slaves.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

aar — (n.) servant.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

aav — (v.) join.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

aaz — (n.) mercy.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ag — (v.) burn.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ah — (n.) hunter.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

ahkrin — (n.) courage.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ahmik — (n.) service.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ahmul — (n.) husband.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ahraan — (v.) wound.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

ahrk — (conj.) and.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ahrol — (n.) hill.
Source: Holdings of Jarl Gjalund (own translation)

ahst — (prep.) at.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ahtiid — (v.) wear.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

ahzid — (adj.) bitter.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

al — (n.) destroyer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

alok — (v.) arise.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

alun — (n.) ever.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

amativ — (adv.) onward.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Odahviing (dialog script notes)

au — (prep) on.
Source: Dragon Language: Myth No More (own translation)

aus — (v.) suffer.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

 

bah — (v.) wrath.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

bahlaan — (adj.) worthy.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

bahlok — (n.) hunger.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

balaan — (adj.) worthy.
Source: Arngeir (dialog script notes)
Note: see also bahlaan.

bein — (adj.) foul.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bex — (v.) open.
Source: Borri (dialog script notes)

beyn — (v.) scorn.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bo — (v.) 1. fly, flies, 2. moving (from one place to another).
Source: 1. Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), 2. Odahviing (dialog script notes)
Note: Since flight is the only way that a dragon can move from place to place, this combination of meanings makes sense.

boaan — (v.) flown, arrived.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)

bodiis — (v.) borrow.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bok — (n.) age.
Source: Songs of Skyrim (own translation)

bolog — (v.) beg.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

bolaav — (v.) grant, granted.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

bonaar — (adj.) humble, (v.) humbled.
Source: (adj.) Skyrim Prima Guide, (v.) Odahviing (dialog script notes)

bormah — (n.) father.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bovul — (v.) flee, fled.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

boziik — (n.) bold. (adv.) boldly.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

brendon — (n.) specter.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

brii — (n.) beauty.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

briinah — (n.) sister.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

briinahmaar — (n.) sisterhood.
Source: Word Wall (viik) (own translation)

brit — (adj.) beautiful
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

brod — (n.) clan.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

brom — (n.) north.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bron — (n.) Nord.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

bronjun — (n.) jarl.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: literally, "nord king"

bruniik — (adj.) savage.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

daal — (v.) return.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

daan — (n.) doom.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

daniik — (adj.) doomed.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

daar — (pron.) this, these.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dah — (v.) push.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

dahmaan— (v.) [you should] remember.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Arngeir (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

dein — (v.) keep, guard.

Source: Dragon Priest (dialog script notes)

deinmaar — (v.) keeper.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

denek — (n.) soil.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

denos — (n.) decline.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

dey — (adj.) false, implausible.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)
Note: Specifically, conotes something "laughably false"

deyra — (n.) Daedra.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

dez — (n.) fate.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

dii — (adj.) mine.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

diin — (v.) freeze.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

diil — (adj.) undead.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

diiv — (n.) wyrm.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

diivon — (v.) swallow.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dilon — (n.) dead.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Draugr (dialog script notes)

dinok — (n.) death.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dilos — (adj.) deadly.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

dir — (v.) die.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

do — (prep.) of, about.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guid

dohaviin — ???
Source: Skyrim Dragons

dok — (n.) hound.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dov — (n.) dragons, dragonkind (refering to the race as a whole)
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

dovah — (n.) dragon (refering to an individual)

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dovahgolz — (n.) dragonstone.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dovahhe — ???
Source: Paarthurnax

Dovahkiin — Dragonborn.
Source: Skyrim Prima guide

dovahkriid — (n.) dragonslayer.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)

draal — (v.) pray.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dreh — (v.) to do, does.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

drem — (n.) peace
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

drey — (v.) did.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

drog — (n.) lord.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

drogge — (n.) lords.
Source: The Dragonstone (own translation)

drun — (v.) bring, brought.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

du — (v.) devour.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dukaan — (n.) dishonor.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dun — (n.) grace.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

dur — (n.) curse.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

du'ul — (n.) crown.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

dwiin — (n.) steel.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

dwiirok — (v.) carve.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

-e — to pluralize a word, double the last letter of the word and add -e as a suffix (e.g. "bruniik" as savage and "bruniikke" as savages)
Source: own translation

ek — (pron.) her.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

enook — (adj.) each.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ensosin — (v.) bewitch.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

erei — (prep.) until.
Source: The Dragonstone (own translation)

eruvos — (n.) year.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

evenaar — (v.) extinguish.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

evgir — (n.) season.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

faad — (n.) warmth.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

faal — (art.) the (used only in formal speech when preceeding a proper noun).
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

faas — (n., v.) fear.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

faasnu — (adj.) fearless.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

faaz — (n.) pain.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

fadonne — (n.) friends.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: See also fahdonne

fah — (conj.) for.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fahdon — (n.) friend.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fahdonne — (n.) friends.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

fahliil — (n.) elf.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fahluann — (n.) gardener.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

faraan — (n.) fortune, wealth.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

feim — (v.) fade.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide.

fel — (adj.) feral.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fen — (v.) will.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fen kos — (v.) will be.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fent — (v.) shall.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fey — (n.) grove.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

feykro — (n.) forest.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

feyn — (n.) bane.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fiik— (v.) mirror.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

filok — (v.) escape.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fin — (art.) the (rarely used, presumably informal - see also faal).

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fo — (n.) fost.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

fod — (adv.) when.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fodiiz— (adj.) hoar.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

folaas — (adj.) wrong.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

folook — (v.) haunt.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fonaar — (v.) charge.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

frin — (adj.) hot, (n.) eagerness.
Source: (adj.) Skyrim Prima Guide, (n.) Odahviing (dialog script notes)

frod — (n.) field.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fron — (n.) kin. (adj.) related.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

frul— (adj.) temporary, ephemeral.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

ful — (adv.) so.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ful nii los — so it is, so be it.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

fun — (v.) told.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

fundein — (v.) unfurled, unfurl.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

funt — (v.) fail.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

funta — (v.) failed.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

fus — (n.) force.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

 

gaaf — (n.) ghost.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gaan — (n.) stamina.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

gaar — (v.) unleash, release.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

gahrot — (v.) steal.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gahvon — (v.) yield
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes) (own translation)

galik — (n.) pine.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

geh — yes.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gein — (pron.) one (a single person or thing).
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

geinmaar — (pron.) oneself.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gogil — (n.) goblin.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gol — (n.) earth, stone.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

golz — (n.) stone.
Source: own translation (based on dovahgolz, "dragonstone)

golah — (adj.) stubborn.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

golt — (n.) ground.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

goraan— ???
Source: Paarthurnax

govey — (v.) remove.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

graan — (v.) rout.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

grah — (n.) battle.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

gahmidon — (n.) stratagem.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

gravuun — (n.) autumn.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

grik — (adj.) such.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

grind — (v.) meet.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gro — (v.) is bound.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

grohiik — (n.) wolf.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

gron — (v.) bind.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

gut — (adj.) far.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

 

haal — (n.) hand.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

haalvut — (n., v.) touch.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

haas — (n.) health.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

hah — (n.) mind.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

hahdrim — (n.) mind.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hahkun — (n.) axe.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hahnu — (n.) dream.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hahvulon — (n.) nightmare, nightmares.
Source: Word Wall (fiik) (own translation)

han — ???
Source: Elder Scrolls Online

heim — (n.) forge.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

het — (prep.) here.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hevno — (adj.) brutal.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

heyv — (n.) duty.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

hi — (pron.) you.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

him — (pron.) your.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)
Note: may be a typo of hin.

hin — (pron.) your (formal).

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide.

hind — (n., v.) wish.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hinde — (n.) hopes.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

hofka— (n.) steading.
Source: Holdings of Jarl Gjalund (own translation)

hofkahsejun — Dragonsreach, the palace in Whiterun
Source: Paarthurnax (own translation)
Note: Literally means "steading of the king"

hofkiin— (n.) home.
Source: Word Wall (gut) (own translation)

hokoron — (n.) enemy, enemies.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

hon — (v.) hear.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

horvut — (n.) lure.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

horvutah — (n.) trapped.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

hun — (n.) hero.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

huzrah — (v.) hearken.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

-i — a suffix indicating posession (midrot = loyalty, midroti = my loyalty)
Source: Skyrim dialog script notes (own translation).

iiz — (n.) ice.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

in — (n.) master.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

inhus — (n.) mastery.
Source: Sahrotaar

 

jer — (n.) east.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

jiid — (n.) moon.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

jol — (adj.) unsteady.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

joor — (n.) mortal.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

joore — (n.) mortals.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

jot — (n.) maw.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

jul — (n.) man, mankind, human.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

jud — (n.) queen.
Source: Word Wall (diin) (own translation)

jun — (n.) 1. king. 2. light.

Source: 1. Skyrim Prima Guide, 2. Parthurnax (dialog script notes)

junaar — (n.) kingdom, kingship.
Source: Solstheim Dragon (dialog script notes)

junnesejer — (n.) Kings of the East.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: May refer to the Nordic conquests in Morrowind.

 

kaal — (n.) champion.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

Kaan — Kyne.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

kaaz — (n.) cat, Khajiit.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kah — (n.) pride.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kein — (n.) war.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

Keizaal — (n.) Skyrim.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

kel — (n.) the Dragon word for an Elder Scroll.

Source: Paarthurnax

kelle — (n.) Elder Scrolls, plural of kel
Source: Paarthurnax

kendov — (n.) warrior.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kest — (n.) tempest.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

key — (n.) horse.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

keyn — (n.) anvil.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

kiim — (n.) wife.
Source: Word Wall (lo) (own translation)

kiin — (v.) born.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kiir — (n.) child.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kinbok — (n.) leader.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kinzon — (adj.) sharp.
Source: Word Wall (nus) (own translation)

kipraan — (n.) meal.
Source: Word Wall (mey) (own translation)

klo — (n.) sand.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

klov — (n.) head.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Arngeir (dialog script notes)

ko — (prep) in.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kod — (v.) wield.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kodaav — (n.) bear.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kogaan — (n.) blessing.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kol — (n.) crag.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kolos— in which.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

komeyt — (v.) issue, issued, let loose.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

koor— (n.) summer.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

konahrik — (n.) warlord.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

koor — (n.) summer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kopraan — (n.) body.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

koraav — (v.) sees, see, seeing.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes), Alduin (dialog script notes), Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

kos — (v.) to be.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kosill — (adj.) inner, (prep) within.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

kotin — (prep.) into.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krah — (n.) cold.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

krasaar — (n.) sickness.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kreh — (v.) bend.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krein — (n.) sun.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: when used as a Word of Power, "sun" is instead shul

kren— (v.) break.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

krent — (adj.) broken.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krif — (n.) fight, (v) fighting.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

kriaan — (v.) killed.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

krii — (v.) kill.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

kriid — (n.) slayer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kriin — (v.) slay.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

kriist — (v.) stand.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

kril — (adj.) brave.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krilot — (adj.) valiant.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krin — (adj.) courageous.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

krinvaan — (n.) murderer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

kro — (n.) sorceror.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kron — (n.) victory, (v.) win, conquer.

Source: (n) Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), (v) Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

krongrah — (n.) victory.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: while it is translated only as "victory" in the script notes, the addition of grah to kron implies that this word means specifically victory in battle.

kroniid — (n.) conqueror.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide


krosis — (n.) sorrow.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note:
coloquially, "apologies"

kruziik — (adj.) ancient.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide.

kul — (n.) son, sons.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kulaan — (n.) prince.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kulaas — (n.) princess.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

kun — (n.) moonlight.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

 

laan — (n.) want, request
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

laas — (n.) life.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

laat — (n.) last.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lah — (n.) magicka.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

lahney — (v.) live.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lahvraan — (v.) mustered.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

lahvu — (n.) army.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

leh — (conj.) lest.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lein — (n.) world, Mundus, the universe, everything.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide.

liiv— (v.) wither.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Alduin (dialog script notes)

liivrah — (v.) diminish, wither.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

lingrah — (adj.) long.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Parthurnax (dialog script notes), Arngeir (dialog script notes)

lir — (n.) worm.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

lo — (v.) deceive.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

lok — (n.) sky.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: According to Wisdom of the Flying Gods, lok can also mean to metaphorically rise, or to look to the sky.

loost — (v.) hath.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

los — (v.) is (combined with other verbs to form present tense)
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

losei — (v.) you are.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

lost — (v.) have, was.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lot — (adj.) great.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lovaas — (n.) music, song.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

luft — (n.) face.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lumnaar— (n.) valley.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

lun — (v.) leech.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

luv — (n.) tear, tears.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

maar — (n.) terror.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

mah — (v.) fall, fell, fallen.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Dragon Priest (dialog script notes), Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

mahlaan — (v.) has fallen.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

mahfaeraak — (adv.) forever.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

mal — (adj.) little.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

maltiid — (v.) brief.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

med — (adv.) like, similar to.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

mey — (n.) fool.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

meyye — (n.) fools.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Alduin (dialog script notes)

meyz — (v.) come, become.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Arngeir (dialog script notes)

mid — (adj.) loyal.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

midrot — (n.) loyalty.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)
Note: Appears in the dialog as midroti, combining the base word with the -i suffix for posession.

middovahhe — dragon-loyalists.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)
Note: refers to the dragons loyal to Alduin.

midun — (n.) loyalty.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

miin — (n.) eye, eyes.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

miir — (n.) path.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

miiraak — (n.) portal.
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes)

miiraad — (n.) door.
Source: Word Wall (fiik)
Note: See also miraad.

mindin — (prep.) after.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

mindok — (n.) known, knowable.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes) (own translation)
Note: Paarthurnax uses vomindok for "unknown." This translation was obtained by removing the vo- prefix.

mindoraan — as you know.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

mir — (n.) allegiance.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

mir — (n.) allegiance.
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

miraad — (n.) doorway.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)
Note: See also miiraad.

mon — (n.) daughter.
Source: Word Wall (aus) (own translation)

monah — (n.) mother.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

Monahven — (n.) "Mother (of the) Wind", the Dragon name for the mountain known as the Throat of the World.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

morah — (n.) concentration, thought, focus.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

moro — (n.) glory.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

morokei — (adj.) glorious.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

motaad — (v.) shudder, shuddered.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

motmah — (v.) slip.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

motmahus — (adj.) illusive, slippery.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

mu — (pron.) we.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

mul — (v.) to be strong. (n.) strength.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes); (n.) Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)
Note: See also mulaag, below.

mulaag — (n.) strength.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

mulhaan— (adj.) unmoving, unchanging, still.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

mun— (v.) man.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

munax — (adj.) cruel.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

muz — (n.) men).
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: (plural of "man," not "mankind")

 

naak — (v.) eat.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

naako — (v.) eaten.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

naal — (prep.) by.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

naan — (adv.) any.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nah — (n.) fury.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

nahgahdinok — (n.) necromancer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nahkip — (v.) to feed.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

nahkriin — (n.) vengeance.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nahl — (adj.) living.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nahlaas — (adj.) alive.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nahlot — (v.) silenced.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nall — by my.
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes) (own translation)

nau — (prep.) on.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nax — (n.) cruelty.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

neh — (adv.) never.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

ney — (conj.) both.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ni — (adv.) not.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

nii — (pron.) it.
Source: Arngeir (dialog script notes)

niin — (pron.) them.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

ni tiid — not yet (literally: not time)
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

nid — no.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

nihnzey — (n.) betrayal.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

nikriin — (n.) coward.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

nimaar — (pron.) itself.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nin — (v.) sting.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nir — (n.) hunt.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

nis — (v.) cannot.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nivahriin — (adj.) cowardly.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nok — (v.) lie, lies.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nol — (prep.) from.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

nonvul — (adj.) noble.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

norok — (adj.) fierce, fiercest.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nos — (v.) strike.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

nu — (adv.) now.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nunon — (adj.) only.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

nus — (n.) statue.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

nust — (pron.) they.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

nuz — (conj.) but.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

 

oblaan — (v.) end, is ended, is over.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

od — (n.) snow.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

odus — (adj.) snowy.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ofaal — (v.) receive.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

ofan — (v.) give, given.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

ogiim — (n.) orc.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ok — (pron.) his.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

okaaz — (n.) sea.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ol — (adv.) as.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

on — (n.) spirit.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)
Note: According to the book, this word means something like soul or spirit, but with the implication of emptiness and lifelessness.

om — (v.) hair.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ond — (interjection.) lo.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

onik — (adj.) wise.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

onikaan — (n.) wisdom.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

onikiv — (n.) enlightenment.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

ont — (adv.) once.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

orin — (adv.) even, fully, quite.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

orin brit ro — an idiom meaning irony (literally: a fully beautiful balance)
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

osos — (adv.) some.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ov — (v.) trust.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

ozinvey — (n.) ivory.
Source: Word Wall (nus) (own translation)

 

paak — (n.) shame.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes), Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

paal — (n.) foe, enemy.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

paar — (n.) ambition.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

paaz — (adj.) fair (as in the opposite of unfair)
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

pah — (adj.) all.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

pahlok — (n.) ambition, arrogance.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: See also paar.

peyt — (n.) rose.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

pindaar — (n.) plain, plains.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

piraak — (v.) posess.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

pogaan — (adj.) many.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

pogaas — (n.) much.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

pook — (v.) stink.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

praal — (v.) sit, sat.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

praan — (v.) rest.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Arngeir (dialog script notes)

prodah — (v.) foretold, foretell.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

pruzaan — (adj.) best.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

pruzah — (adj.) good.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

qah — (n.) armor.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

qahnaar — (n.) vanquishing, denial, (v.) vanquish.
Source: (n.) Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), (v.) Skyrim Prima Guide

qahnaraan — (v.) is vanquished.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)

qahnariin — (n.) vanquisher
Source: Durnehviir

qalos — ???
Source: Paarthurnax
, Elder Scrolls Online

qeth — (n.) bone.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

qethsegol — (n.) stone.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: literally: bone of the earth.

qiilaan — (v.) bow.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

qo— (n.) lightning.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

qolaas — (n.) herald.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

qostiid — (n.) prophesy.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

qoth — (n.) tomb.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

 

raan — (n.) animal.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

rah — (n.) gods.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes) (own translation)

rahgol — (n.) rage
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

rahgron — (adj.) angry
Source: Word Wall (Wuld) (own translation)

rah wahlaan — (n.) gods of creation, creator gods - refers to the Elder Scrolls.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

rein — (v.) roar.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

rek — (pron.) she.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

revak — (adj.) sacred.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

rel — (n.) domination.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

reyliik — (n.) race, races (as in heritage).
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

rii — (n.) essence.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

riik — (n.) gale.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

rinik gut nol — "very far from"
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

rinik — (adj.) very
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

ro — (n.) balance.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

rok — (pron.) he.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

rok — (n.) words.
Source: Arngeir/Einarth/Borri (dialog script notes)
Note: This sequence, when the Greybeards introduce the player to High Hrothgar, is the only place where rok is not translated as "he," and is likely a mistake.

ron — (n.) rain.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

ronaan — (n.) archer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ronaaz — (n.) arrow.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ronax — (n.) regiment.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ronit — (v.) rival.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

rot — (n.) word, words.
Source: Own translation (from rotmulaag, "words of power")

Rotmulaag — Words of Power
Source: Parthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: see also thu'um.

roth — (n.) vine.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

rovaan — (v.) wander.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ru — (v.) run.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

rul — (adv.) when.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ruth — (n.) rage, curses.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

ruvaak — (n.) raven.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ruz — (conj.) then.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

sadon — (adj.) gray.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sah — (n.) phantom.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

sahlo — (adj.) weak.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

sahqo — (adj.) red.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sahqon — (adj.) crimson.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sahrot — (adj.) mighty.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

sahsunaar — (n.) villager, villagers.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sahvot — (n.) faith.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

saraan — (v.) waited, delay, await.
Source: Arngeir (dialog script notes), Parthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

saviik — (n.) savor.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

se — (prep.) of.
Source: Argneir (dialog script notes)

Note: Frequently used in compound words
(e.g. Armorasewuth = Atmora-of-old)

shaan — (v.) inspire.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

shul — (n.) sun.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: See also krein.

siigonis— (n.) lizard, Argonian.
Source: Word Wall (gut) (own translation)

siiv — (v.) find, found.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sil — (n.) soul.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sillesejoor — (n.) souls of the mortal dead.
Source: Odahviing (own translation)

sinak — (n.) finger, fingers.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sinon — (adv.) instead.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sivaas — (n.) beast.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sizaan — (v.) lost.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

slen — (n.) flesh.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

smoliin — (n.) passion.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

so — (n.) sorrow.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

sod — (n.) deed, deeds.
Source: Word Wall (los) (own translation)

sonaak — (n.) priest.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

sonaan — (n.) bard.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sos — (n.) blood.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sosaal — (v.) bleed
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

sot — (adj.) white.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

sov — 1. (v.) spend, spent. 2. (n.) shock.
Source: 1. Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition, 2. Wisdom of the Dragon Gods (own translation)

sovrahzun — (n.) mercenary.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

spaan — (n.) shield.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

staadnau — (adj.) unbound.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

stin — (adj.) free.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

stinselok — sky's freedom.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

strun — (n.) storm.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

Strundu'ul — Stormcrown.
Source: Arngeir (dialog script notes)

strunmah — (n.) mountain
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note:
literally: storm fall.

su — (n.) air.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

sul — (n.) day.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

suleyk — (n.) power.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

suleyksejun — (n.) dominion.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)
Notes: literally, "power of the king."

sunvaar — (n.) beast, beasts.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

suvulaan — (n.) twilight.
Source: Word Wall (sah) (own translation)

su'um — (n.) breath.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)
Note: Seems to be used exclusively in relation to Thu'um.

 

Taazokaan — (n.) Tamriel.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

tafiir — (n.) thief.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

tah — (n.) pack.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

tahrodiis — (adj.) treacherous, turbulent.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

tahrovin — (n.) treachery.
Source: Solstheim Dragon (dialog script notes)

tey — (n.) tale.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

thaarn — (n.) obedience.
Source: Dragon Priest (script notes) (own translation)
Note: the quote translates vothaarn as "dissobedience," which makes thaarn mean "obedience" when the vo- suffix is removed.

thur — (n.) overlord.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

thurri — (n.) lord.
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes)(own translation)

thu'um — (n.) shout.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

til — (prep.) there.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

tiid — (n.) time.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

tinvaak — (v.) to speak, to talk. (n.) talk, speech.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

tiiraaz — (v.) am sad.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

togaat — (v.) attempt.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

tol — (conj.) that.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

toor — (n.) inferno.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

tu — (n.) hammer.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

tum — (prep.) down.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

tuz — (n.) blade.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

-u — a suffix meaning "our" (Thu'umu = our Thu'um)
Source: Arngeir (dialog script notes)(own translation)

ufiik — (n.) troll.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ul — (n.) eternity.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

unahzaal — (adj.) unending, ceaseless, eternal.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: According to the Prima Guide, this word is much less common than unslaad.

unslaad — (adj.) unceasing, unending, ceasless, eternal.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

un — (pron.) our.
Source: Dragonstone (own translation)
Note: The suffix -u is more common.

unt — (v.) try.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

uth — (v.) ordered, (n.) command.
Source: (v.) Dragon Priests (dialog script notes), (n.) Odahviing (dialog script notes)

us — (prep.) before.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)
Note: refers to location rather than time ("qiilan us dilon" = "bow before the dead")

uv — (conj.) or.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

uznahgaar— (adj.) unbridled, unending.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Parthurnax (dialog script notes)

 

vaal — (n.) bay (as in "hold at bay")

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vaat — (n.) swear, swore.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vaaz — (n.) tear.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

vah — (n.) spring.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

vahdin — (n.) maiden.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

vahlok — (n.) guardian.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vahriin — (v.) sworn.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vahruvik — (v.) commemorate.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vahrukt — (n.) memory.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

vahzah — (adj.) true.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

vahzen — (n.) truth.
Source: Paarthurnax (own translation)

vazah— (adj.) true.
Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)
Note: may be typo of vahzah.

ved — (adj.) black.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

ven — (n.) wind.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

vey — (v.) cut.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

veysun — (n.) ship.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

viik — (n.) defeat.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

viing — (n.) wing.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

viin — (n.) defeat.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

viint — (n.) shine.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes)

viintaas — (adj.) shining.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

viir — (adj.) dying.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition

viith — (n.) serpent.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vo- — a prefix meaning opposite of (un-)
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vobalaan — (adj.) unworthy.
Source: Solstheim Dragon (dialog script notes), Odahviing (dialog script notes)

vod — (adv.) ago.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vodahmin — (adj.) unremembered, forgotten.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vokrii — (v.) restored.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

vokriiha — (v.) to restore.
Source: Dragon (dialog script notes)

vokiin — (adj.) unborn.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

vokul — (adj.) evil.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: literally "not good"

vokun — (n.) shadow.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vol — (n.) horror.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

volaan — (n.) intruder.
Source: Draugr (dialog script notes)

vomindok — (n.) unknown, unknowable.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

vonun — (n.) unseen.
Source: Word Wall (sah) (own translation)

voqostiid — (v.) surprised.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

vosaraan — do not delay.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

voth — (prep.) with.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vothaarn — disobedience.
Source: Dragon Priests (dialog script notes)

voth ahkrin — (adj.) bravely (literally: with courage).
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vukein — (n.) combat.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vu — (n.) dawn.
Source: Word Wall (sah) (own translation)

vul — (adj.) dark.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vulom — (n.) darkness.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vulon — (n.) night.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

vun — ???
Source: Skyrim
Note: This word appears as as Shout in the Creation Kit data, and has a Word Wall (though not a custom model). Neither one is accessible in the game.

vur — (n.) valor.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

vus — ???
Source: Tsun

 

wah — (part.) to.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

wahl — (v.) build, create.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

wahlaan — (v.) 1. create, 2. built, created.
Source: 1. Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), 2. Skyrim Prima Guide

wen — (adj.) whose.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

werid — (n.) praise.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

win — (v.) wage.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

wix — (n.) trap.
Source: Wisdom of the Flying Gods (own translation)

wo — (pron.) who.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

wol — (n.) oak.
Source: Word Wall (lo) (own translation)

wuld — (n.) whirlwind.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

wuldse — (n.) whirlwind, vortex.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

wundun — (n.) travel.

Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

wunduniik — (adj.) traveler.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

wundunne — (n.) travels.

Source: Odahviing (dialog script notes)

wuth — (adj.) old.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

 

yah — (v.) seek.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

yol — (n.) fire.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

yolos — (n.) flame.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition.

yoriik — (v.) march.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

yuvon — (adj.) gold, golden.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

 

zaan — (v.) shout, yell.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide
Note: Not to be used for the magican Shoults of thu'um.

zah — (adj.) finite.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

zahkrii — (n.) sword.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zahrahmiik — (v.) sacrifice.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zaam — (n.) slave.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs)

zaamhus — (n.) slavery.
Source: Sahrotaar

zeim — (prep.) through.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zeymah — (n.) brother, brothers.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zii — (n.) spirit.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

ziil — (n.) soul.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes) (own translation)

zin — (n.) honor.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes), Skyrim Prima Guide

zind — (n.) triumph.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zindro — (n.) triumph's.

Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zofaas — (adj.) fearful.
Source: Paarthurnax (dialog script notes)

zohungaar — (adj.) heroically
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide

zok — (adj.) most.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide, Odahviing (dialog script notes)

zol — (n.) zombie.
Source: Skyrim Prima Guide Legendary Edition
Note: another instance of zol (in a Dragon dialog in Skyrim) is instead translated as "most." This is likely a typo of zok.

zoor — (n.) legend.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

zul — (n.) voice.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide.
Note: not to be confused with the magical Voice, thu'um.

zun — (n.) weapon.
Source: Creation Kit (Words of Power IDs), Skyrim Prima Guide

zu'u — (pron.) I.
Source: Alduin (dialog script notes), Odahviing (dialog script notes)