Eredun (a.k.a. Demonic)<1> is the language of demons. Knowing that other sentient beings would inevitably join the Legion, the eredar declared that their primary language called Eredun would be the Legion”s common language.
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<2> The written version of the language of the nathrezim vaguely resembles Eredun.<3> The Draenei language is likely a dialect of Eredun, if not the exact same language. They use the same alphabet.
Demon hunters can speak and understand Demonic, and can use it to communicate cross-faction between the Alliance and Horde.
Before the addition of demon hunters, it was not possible for players to learn this language, so anything spoken in it was indecipherable. However, warlocks under the effect of
So we can summarise that:
Draen means “exile” or “exiled”Ei means “one” or “ones”Or means “refuge” in Eredun.Achor she-ki! – May mean “Feast my Pet”, or “Eat your fill!” other phrases said by Omor.
It is also probable that “sha” means “light”. “No”, me, often said.
Ered”ruin = “doomguard”Shat = “Light”.Ruin = “Guard”.il/ila/Zil – May mean “and” by using speculation that Eredun maybe changes word “and” trough genders.
Words in “Demonic” (Eredun)
This is the list of words created by the in-game language parser for the Demonic language, and is listed as language number eight (word range 547-672) in the Language text file. It shares words from Titan, Draconic and Draenei language parsers, although with slight differences in the word lists in each. Draenei cannot understand “Demonic” (Eredun).
Note: The language algorithm used by the in-game “translator” merely makes the words look like “Demonic” (Eredun). It does not actually translate words. Therefore, translated in-game speech isn”t true “Demonic” (Eredun). It is not certain if these words are true words in the Eredun language or not.
|One-letter words||A, E, I, G, O, U, X, Y|
|Two-letter words||Az, Il, Me, No, Re, Te, Ul, Ur, Xi, Za, Ze|
|Three-letter words||Asj, Daz, Gul, Kar, Laz, Lek, Lok, Maz, Ril, Ruk, Shi, Tor, Zar|
|Four-letter words||Alar, Aman, Amir, Ante, Ashj, Kiel, Maev, Maez, Orah, Parn, Raka, Rikk, Veni, Zenn, Zila|
|Five-letter words||Adare, Belan, Buras, Enkil, Golad, Gular, Kamil, Melar, Modas, Nagas, Rakir, Refir, Revos, Soran, Tiros, Zekul|
|Six-letter words||Arakal, Archim, Azgala, Karkun, Kazile, Mannor, Mishun, Rakkan, Rakkas, Rethul, Revola, Thorje, Tichar|
|Seven-letter words||Amanare, Belaros, Danashj, Faramos, Gulamir, Karaman, Kieldaz, Rethule, Tiriosh, Toralar, Zennshi|
|Eight-letter words||Amanalar, Ashjraka, Azgalada, Azrathud, Belankar, Enkilzar, Kirasath, Maladath, Mordanas, Romathis, Rukadare, Sorankar, Theramas|
|Nine-letter words||Arakalada, Kanrethad, Melarorah, Nagasraka, Naztheros, Soranaman, Teamanare, Zilthuras|
|Ten-letter words||Amanemodas, Ashjrethul, Benthadoom, Burasadare, Enkilgular, Kamilgolad, Matheredor, Melarnagas, Pathrebosh, Ticharamir, Zennrakkan|
|Eleven-letter words||Archimtiros, Ashjrakamas, Kamilgolad, Mannorgulan, Mishunadare, Zekulrakkas|
“Amanare” represents two separate words in the Demonic language parser, as words #627 and #628. As such both versions of the word are used to filter two separate sets of words, based on hidden criteria.
Language/dialect, which may not have the same meaning in demonic Eredun.