The Queen’s ruling to all in Ezasu written by her humble Scribe. Dated year 740 in the Planting season of Ezasu. May the Queen give mercy upon you and your family. May her face shine proper on your family and your soul. May you always have her hand rest on you.
Added in the year 760. May blessings of the Attiyq fall upon you. May His gracious right hand be upon you. May His face shine over your crops and fields. May your sons have His strength and your daughters His beauty.
The following is the decree of Queen Jezebel, the Nineteenth Ruler of Ezasu in the year 740 upon the death of King Efuko De Caprise, son of Effauko De Caprise a direct linage to King Broden, first ruler of Ezasu, may all rest in the Attiyq’s loving arms and forever His face shine upon them.
After the death of the great King Efuko De Caprise, Queen Jezebel, the guardian to King Conell became resident ruler over Broden’s throne after young King Conell’s incarceration and made several new issues that all in Ezasu must follow. Please study the new language and rulings carefully.
Her majesty now demands that all in Ezasu relinquish the beautiful language given by the Attiyq Himself and take upon her new and glorious language. All who do not follow her decrees, punishment falls swift and sure. All children must learn this new language in all teaching houses and all adults must also learn this new language. If you refuse, punishment will fall with one year (four full seasons) in a prison of her choice.
Our gracious queen allows some leniency in that she understands that we, Ezasuians, are simple creatures and may not understand her language. So she is giving us mercy, may she be praised forever. She graciously allows us to use our language form but only in her tongue.
Below is a listing of her language as compared to Ezasu language. This is a small list and more will come. Please, allow your children the privilege of learning her language. Her majesty also commands me, the scribe, to translate this decree to the Ezasu language and I write it in the following days.
|Attiyq language||Queen Jezebel’s glorious language.
|acajo||shield/ clan leader|
|-ad||-ed – makes the verb past tense.|
|Ajoosho-Acajo||Lace covering that woman of high stature wear. It distinguishes the Lady from the lower classes.|
|Attiyq||Ancient –Name used for God Almighty, The Great One, The Holy One, The Great I AM.|
|Broden Aquga||Castle of King Broden and home of all kings and queens of Ezasu.|
|Buvrems||A game in which players roll a ball towards a smaller ball without touching it. Each player could hit the other player’s balls out of the way, thus giving them the better advantage. Each player had 5 turns. Whomever got the closest to the smaller ball won the game. A game highly favored by the Royal families, may they rest in peace.|
|ceq||South or also considered the Southern Star.|
|Choo||A dog, an insult to your enemies. It means your enemy is as a dog who eats vermin and walks on all fours.|
|Chuoha||Princess (Imogene’s nickname)|
|E Vajie||The Ancient of Days (Another name for God. It means the God’s greatness, Holiness, Justice, and righteousness.)|
|-ems||-ing – EMS makes the verb into a gerund.|
|Gaevee||A Maúl trainer. The trainer is usually the child’s father and trains his child in the ways of the Maúl.|
|heyu||Ghoul or ghost|
|Mim Ehu||Fire Ritual- The ancient Maúl Warriors under the Great Anu began
The Fire Ritual. A Clan would send all 13 year old boys
into the wilderness with only a knife and the
child had to stay alive. If he came back, he was
a man. If he died, he died. King Broden
allowed the people of Ezasu to use
the ritual with their sons. But only the sons.
A girl was considered a woman once she starts her menstrual cycle and could be considered for marriage. Although most people now wait until the girl turns eighteen years of age before entering into marriage.
|Ookeza||Sun god – The Worship of the sun god Ookeza started during the reign of King Broden and those caught worshiping Ookeza were executed or imprisoned. Over time, the sect stayed mostly in the Barbarian territory.|
|quv||King’s Vow – A King’s Vow is the most sacred of all a man’s vows. An Honorable man gives this vow to his King and the vow is most holy before the Attiyq. Only death will break the vow. Kings MUST see this vow as consecrated if they are honorable.|
|ttisho||woman of high stature, Lady, Royalty, a respected woman. She is marked by the covering of her arms. Tradition holds that this separates the woman of low stature from the Lady. A woman fashions her clothes by her sleeve covering her arms and sometimes her wrists and fingertips.|
|Tu keda||To side|
|Upeshi||Barbarian – The Upeshi are the enemy of the Ezasuians and have been for hundreds of years. The battles started during the times of King Broden, the first blessed King of Ezasu. Each King has battled with the beasts of the East. But none more than the Maúl.|
|Voobo-Maúl||The ancient and now extinct tribe of might warriors. The Maúl as they are called, were founded by Anu, the first of the Maúl. King Broden discovered their clan and asked that they become his elite fighting force. It is said that Maúl rise from the ground and often called heyu kuraks – Ghosts of the Forest. They trained in secret and only those born of the clams were allowed to be Maúl.|
|zuusho||Woman of low stature, a woman who is a prostitute, a woman sold into slavery. She is marked by the removing of the Ttisho honor, the sleeves that cover a woman’s arms to her fingertips. All women with exposed arms are considered Zuusho.|
|All other numbers are a combination of the above. Eleven is Uro-uro, twelve is uro-svu, and on.