Elil
A term that refers to the natural enemies of rabbits (foxes, stoats, badgers, etc) and also to humans, who are regarded as one of the Thousand Enemies.
Embleer
An adjective translated to stinking, specifically referring to the smell of a fox.
Enth
Dew.
Flay
Food.
Frith
The sun, personified as a god.
Hain
Song.
Hlao
Any dimple or depression in the grass, such as that formed by a daisy plant or thistle, which can hold moisture.
Hlaoroo
To be weak or small.
Hlessi
A homeless rabbit without a hole to dwell in.
Homba
A fox.
Hrair
Any number greater than four.
Hraka
Droppings, feces.
Hrududu
An onomatopoeic term that refers to any motor vehicle.
Inlé
The moon; also the idea of darkness, fear, or death. Fu Inlé is used to refer to "after moonrise".
Lendri
A badger.
Marli
A doe (female rabbit); also means "mother".
Narn
An adjective denoting nice or pleasant, often in terms of food.
Ni-Frith
Noon.
Nildro
A blackbird.
Rah
A prince or leader; usually used as a suffix -rah.
Roo
Used as a suffix to denote a dimunitive, e.g. Hrairoo.
Silf
Outside.
Silflay
A term used for both grass used for grazing and the act of grazing itself.
Pfeffa
A cat.
Tharn
Frightened to the point of nervous stupor.
Thlay
Fur.
Yona
A hedgehog.
Zorn
Destruction or murder.