Ansull’airalakin: \an-sewll-ayr ah-lah-kin\ The formal universal greeting of the Star Children, which roughly translates to “blessings of the stars to you.” The proper response is “Ansulaikom,” \an-sewll-lay-kohm\ which roughly translates to “blessings to you.”
Asoodz’que: \A-shO-odz-kay\ One of the Seven clan’s of the Iilediiaweh. It’s represented by the color royal blue, and is represented by the Electra star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban it is known as Assoogh \ah-sO-O-gah\.
Cheorwlig: \hyOr-welg\ Eiosioban for ”grandson.”
Clet’hadyesnaaque: \clE-tah-hadh-yesh-nA-ahkay\ The place where criminals and wrong doers are sent in the Iilediiaya lands to rehabilitate.
Deediia: \dE-eh-dih-A\ Iilediiaweh for oldest child.
Deedsweh: \dE-eh-dish-weh\ Iilediiaweh for only baby.
Deeqi’liimo: \dE-ek-ih-lih-mO\ A large peak on Nikihnee Mountain in northwest Iilediaya named for looking like a, “big nose.”
Do’hnoodzu: \dO-hn-oh-dzU\ An island in south-central Iilediiaya.
Dza’saile: \dzA-shA-ih-leh\ One of the seven clans of the Iilediiaweh. It’s represented by the color orange, and is represented by the Celeano star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban it is known as Gasoule \gah-sow -lE\.
Eiosioban: \yO-shuh-vahn\ Sionn’s clan. One of the three clans of Northwestern Europe’s Sky Children.
Ggywc’wnin: \G-wih-swIn-in\ Eiosioban meaning “blessings to you.” It is a traditional greeting used by the Eiosioban.
Gihtzia’quweh: \gee-jee-ah-koo-weh\ An Iilediiaweh name Wihni’s teases Sionn with that roughly translates to mean “sky walker”.
Healer of Time: Australian Aboriginal who calls on Sionn and Wihni during dreamtime to receive information about their calling.
Idzweh’eloo: \eyedz-weh-E-loo\ One of the seven clans of the Iilediiaweh. Represented by the color yellow and the Alcyone star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban, it is known as Isgoil \ihs-goh-ihl\.
IileNawaNeene: \eye-ih-le-nah-wah-neh-neh\ Title given to the Nawa’ee clan’s oldest grandmother.
IileNeene: \eye-ih-leh-neh-neh\ Iilediiaweh term given to the oldest grandmother’s from each clan and of the Tribe.
Iilediiaweh: \eye-ih-leh-dih-ah-weh\ Name Meaning: First People. Star Children. The original inhabitants of the American continents that lay claim to the establishment of the population, culture, and lands.
Iilediiaya: \eye-ih-ley-dih-ay-ah\ Name of the Iilediiaweh land that exists in a realm above the Americas.
Inahe’de: \ihna-hE-deh\ One of the seven clans of the Iilediiaweh. Represented by the color green and the Asterope star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban, known as Isnahed \ihs-nAh-ehd\.
Jiidweh: \jeye-ihd-weh\ Iilediiaweh for a formal “affirmative” or “agreed.” Used to acknowledge acceptance of a command.
Keweh: \key-weh\ Iilediiaweh term of affection that translates to mean “deepest joy”.
Ksotsuetikkadzl: \ques-cheht-ko-ahdz-el\ Iilediiaweh name for a Meso-American pyramid in Mexico.
Leeg’khasini: \lE-ehg-khah-shih-nih\ The Iilediiaweh name for the American Continents. It translates to mean New Free Land. Also the term is used to refer to the aboriginal people of the land – as in People of the New Free Land. The word does not extend to the non-indigenous that settled in the land.
Liiloweh: \lih-loo-weh\ Affectionate Iilediiaweh term that roughly means “sweet one” or “sweetheart.”
Mahmii: \mah-mih\ Iilediiaweh for “mother.”
Mayao’qeinledeen: \mA-yah-oh-kE-en-leh-dehn\ An Iilediiaweh word that explains a transformative restart. It means a renewal or restart where some things remain the same but elements of bad are removed.
Meelilawa: \mE-eh-lee-law-ah\ A creature the Iilediiaweh refer to as a hybrid. It feeds on spirits, possesses people, and haunts dreams.
Miitziooh Sea: \meye-ihtz-eye-owh\ Sea that meets the north west part of Needooshi’hee, the central part of Iilediiaya.
Moulbhwy: \mO-ool-bw-Y\ Eiosioban for the gift known as Shanachie. A storyteller; of the ability to captivate and persuade with words. The Iilediiaweh word for the gift is Molhnawa \mOl-han-ah-wah\.
Na’ahe: \nA-ah-hE\ Iilediiaweh word for baby deer – a fawn (animal).
Nawa’ee: \nah-wah-eh\ One of the seven clans of the Iilediiaweh. Represented by the color turquoise and the Maia star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban, it is known as Naeun \nA-ehwen\.
Needeoque: \nE-eh-dE-oh-kay\ Iilediiaweh word for a supernatural being who descend directly from the heavens. They are the original parents of all Star Children.
Needooshi’hee: \nE-ehd-Oshih-heh\ The central part—or central heart—of Iilediiaya that hosts the main communal buildings, markets, pastures, fields, etc., for the Iilediiaweh.
Neene: \neh-heh\ Iilediiaweh for “grandmother.”
Neenu: \neh-nU\ Iilediiaweh for “grandfather.”
Nikihnee: \neye-kih-hneh\ A mountain in northwest Iilediiaya.
Ni’leeshyiykh: \neye-lE-esh\yee-khah\ Iilediiaweh command for get or retrieve an item from someone or somewhere else.
NithwyhNleh: \neye-eth-wihnE-leh\ Eiosioban for Great Mother. The title Sionn uses to address Ledhyeon.
Noohe’de: \nO-hE-deh\ One of the seven clans of the Iilediiaweh. It’s represented by the color burgundy, and is represented by the Merope star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban it is known as Noohede \newO-Ehd\.
O lylyhiou: \Oh lY-leyhyO-oo\ Eiosioban meaning “I honor you.”
P8hweh: \pO-oo-weh\ Iilediiaweh for nature spirits or sprites. Equivalent to sidhe, fairie or fae.
Pahpii: \pah-pih\ Iilediiaweh for “father.”
PwaquereekTvmpu: \pah-wA-koo-eh-rehka\tuh-uhm-poo\ An enclosed place inside the Iilediiaweh lands that harbors hybrid and other creatures once created by their people.
Saasaa’iile: \sA-ashA-ah-eeh-leh\ Iilediiaw term of endearment meaning “little one”.
Samii: \sA-mee\ Iilediiaweh term used for a younger sister.
Serpent of Time: Organization of individuals working on behalf of humankind.
Siinwehgaa nu: \seye-ihn-wehgah new\ A battle cry of the Iilediiaweh that means “It is a good day to die.”
Sitadeetjtzio-dyesnaaque: \seye-tA-dE-edgd\jeye-oh\dy-ehsh-nA-ahque\ The name for the intense training used for the Iilediiaweh Special Forces.
Siwehqi’oosi: \sheye-weh-kih-ohshi\ One of the Seven clan’s of the Iilediiaweh. It’s represented by the color purple, and is represented by the Taygeta star of the Pleiades. In Eiosioban it is known as Siockoos \sI-Ock-ous\.
Siya: \sih-yah\ Iilediiaweh for aunt.
Siyu: \sih-U\ Iilediiaweh for uncle.
Tialilee: \teye-A-lih-lE]\ A cavern portal that connects Hawaii to Iilediiaya.
Tsalhoelpootsh: \chah-lhool-poo-ches\ Iilediiaweh for the Tlahuelpuchi, a Mexican variety of vampires; also called Bruja.
Tziishk-yilohs: \jee-eeshk\yee-lohs\ Iilediiaweh saying that means “thank you”.
Weheeneg’iithn: \weh-ehn-Eg-leeth-hn\ An Iilediiaweh term for the shadow realm of warriors where they would rather die with honor than live another day.