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You've got the pronunciation of trigedasleng right. conjunction: if; (taim... taim...) if... then... v. brand someone with a kill mark (Cf. from "war dancer" in reference to the weasel war dance. Trigedasleng is a constructed language (conlang) developed by David J. Peterson for use on the CW show The 100. We use essential cookies to perform essential website functions, e.g. By using this site, you accept the use of cookies. You signed in with another tab or window. ; functions like the Japanese "ne" particle, adverb: immediately, right away, at that moment, interjection: farewell, until next time, see you soon, from "no-fold-on", lit.

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Learn Trigedasleng today! "thing that won't fold up", adjective: different; also spelled "nouseim", noun: difference, anomaly, contrast, discrepancy, idiom: a response to something thats very obvious, phrase: nothing happening, not much going on, adjective: perfect, beyond reproach, faultless, incomparable, peerless, supreme, adjective: very reliable; awesome, amazing, adjective: her, his, its, their (plural number), pronoun: hers, his, its, theirs (plural number), preposition: (locative preposition) on, under, into, noun: uncle; any older male relative; family friend, pronoun: (first person plural exclusive) we, us; excludes the listener, pronoun: (first person plural inclusive) we, us; includes the listener, noun: council, committee, commission, panel, adjective: ancient, age-old, antiquated, archaic, obsolete, relic, venerable, adjective: defeated, humiliated, put in one's place, verb: take responsibility, to admit to a mistake, noun: the humiliation of defeat (feeling), adjective: vulnerable, exposed, accessible, defenseless, adjective: your (plural person, plural number), pronoun: yours (plural person, plural number), adjective: your (singular person, plural number), pronoun: yours (singular person, plural number), phrase: adequate, good enough, sufficient, verb: pad (as a footstep), lap (as a wave), noun: clearing, dale, dell, glen, meadow, park, pasture, vale, adjective: innocently beautiful, touching, adjective: devoted to, strongly supportive, adjective: to be menstruating, to be having a period, adjective: smelly, stinky, fragrant, odiferous, bad-smelling, preposition: near, around, next to; general locative preposition, satellite: a verbal satellite often used with intransitive verbs of motion or action which have a transitive counterpart, from "razor" teik yu bleirona reiza sharpen your swords, adjective: very sad, depressed, miserable, sorrowful, verb: (reflexive) sleep, read to oneself; (transitive) read to someone, noun: murderer, killer; (capitalized) Reaper, noun: stoning, punishment by throwing stones, usually resulting in death, verb: (intransitive) give; (intransitive) run, adjective: rude, abrupt, brusque, curt, snippy, verb: decide emphatically, choose definitively, make a firm choice, verb: (transitive) pick out, choose [something]; (intransitive) like to have, like to decide, noun: friend with benefits, someone you spoon with a lot, adverb: besides, in addition to, other than, prep.

preceded by "teik", verb: (transitive) wound, injure someone or something, verb: (intransitive) wound, injure; go around causing wounds or injuries, noun: leathercrafter, harness-maker, saddler, verb: be first to act, initiate a group activity, verb: take or lead a force to or against an objective, verb: die laughing, be unable to stop laughing, verb: laugh mockingly, laugh at someone's expense, adverb: quietly, unobtrusively, stealthily, verb: to fortify, to build fortifications, verb: to undo, to open, to untie or to unlock, noun: the name for a hypothetical Mountain Nation, noun: the name for the hypothetical Mountain People, noun: hand guard, basket hilt, knuckle-bow hilt, esp. Log in or

Trigedasleng numbering rules. Trigedasleng is not a creole, but a descendant of American English alone, and while it may share similarities with AAVE (African American Vernacular English, which is also derived from American English), those similarities are not intentional, and Trigedasleng does not derive from AAVE.