Elven Lexicon is an Official GemStone IV Document, and it is protected from editing.
A list of confirmed words in Elven. For suggestions/additions, please use the Discussion page and include a link to the relevant document the term is used in (or if it is an in-game item/location, enough information staff can find it for review).
|Elven Term||Translation||Roots||Originating Documentation||Date Introduced||Other Info|
|Arathiel||Unknown||Unknown||Artisanal Glasses of Elanthia (Glassworking document)||May 5, 2022||Firefly glass is an alternate term for arathiel, but it is not a translation|
|Ataelel||literally, ink drinker||Unknown||Library mouse document||February 2021||Nickname for a bookworm|
|Chalcedony||the gem + other, unspecified uses||Unknown||Elanthian Gem document||Unknown||The document implies there are other translations in Elven for what chalcedony can mean besides the gem, but no details are supplied.|
|Geld-aradlaiel||Seer-stone||"geld" - stone; "aradlaiel" - a version of the term for seer||Ferroniere document||2007||See also geldarald|
|Geldaralad||Stone of truth||"geld" - stone; "aralad" - a version of the term for truth||Ferroniere document||2007||The term for an elven ferroniere. See document for specifics.|
|Geldithe||Nothing direct, refers to a seaglass-inset ring||"geld" meaning stone and "-ithe," a suffix often used in reference with large bodies of water||Artisanal Glasses of Elanthia (Glassworking document)||May 5, 2022||Meant to bring luck. See document for details.|
|Ilaeryse||carbuncle (gem) or infirmity||Unknown||Elanthian Gem document||Unknown||n/a|
|Lathaer selphare||a type of corderite||Unknown||Elanthian Gem document||Unknown||The "water sapphire" gem comes from a mistranslation/pronunciation of this term. See doc for details.|
|Nyin'niel||snow's heart||Unknown||Elves of the Wyrdeep document||Unknown||Used as a name for a companion in the document, with the translation provided.|
|Ruhaien||To hide or conceal||Unknown||Ruhan document||2007ish||n/a|
|Ruhan||Unknown||Ruhaien||Ruhan document||2007ish||A sleeveless elven garment. See also ruhana, ruhaien. Ruhan is both singular and plural.|
|Ruhana||Unknown||Ruhan||Ruhan document||2007ish||A less utilitarian garment, inspired by, but not resembling, the ruhan. Tailored to be wrapped about the body, the garment is typically pinned in place. See document for specifics.|
|Ruhani||Unknown||Ruhan||Ruhan document||2007ish||A type of wool commonly used in crafting ruhan, with pale grey to moss-green coloring, characterized by barely perceptible patterns of whorls or leaves throughout its tight weave|