Night Demon: Elilim

El’ Lilim, shortened to Elilim, is the original language spoken by Enlil, God and Creator. When Enlil created the Universe, he did so by the commands of his voice, and the Lokos (animated logic) responded to Elilim. To speak Elilim allows the speaker to take literal control of a part of Creation. The closer one’s pronunciation and the correct choice of words and syntax, the more powerful the effect can be. Enlil taught Elilim to a very high degree to the Vigilis, and Vigil Biskiel taught it to the first Humans who became known as Eis Sofos (Wielders of Thoughts). However, the language has since been lost to humanity.

Modern Elilim and the daemonic White Elilim are “reconstructed languages”. Eis Sofos are linguists, and it is part of their job to investigate the origins of Elilim and come closer to the original pronunciation, syntax, grammar and meaning of the words. No Eis Sofos or Daemon alive today speaks El’ Lilim to any degree similar to the Vigilis or Enlil.

C O N S O N A N T S


LabialDentalAlveolar CentralPost-AlveolarVelarGlottal
Stopp b
t d
k g
Fricativef vðs z
x ɣh
Trill

r̥ r


Nasalm
n


Liquidβ̞
lj

V O W E L S


FrontBack

UnroundedRoundedUnroundedRounded
Highi, iiy
u
Midɛ, eeøʌo, oo
Lowa, aa

ɒ

D I P H T H O N G S

VowelsConsonants
ɛ + yɘn + gŋ
a + iajd + z
o + ioj

Unless diphtonged or expressly stopped (‘), any vowel combination is interjected with a j, e.g. eeon becomes eejon (Hyperion: Hai|pɛ|ree|on = Haipɛreejon).

S Y N T A X

Elilim’s basic word order is SOV, Subject – Object – Verb.

SOV
elimeluntare
personanimalsee
The person sees the animal

ulotikonimetok
herocksits on
He sits on the rock

A D J E C T I V E S

Adjectives come before the object they transform.


Adjective

uloretikonimetok
hebigrocksits on
“Ulo retikon imetok” – He sits on the big rock (boulder)

Evolutions: adjectives are appended before the object:

re tikon retikon big rock (boulder)
laj kawa laikawa small fire (flame)

In case of vowel to vowel, a glottal stop is added:

re elimi re’elimi big man

In the case of consonant to consonant, the consonant is retained:

Stanos Daimon: Stanostaimon (Great Demon)

Both the j and the diphthong ai are treated as consonants:

laj elimee: Lajelimee small woman (girl)

P O S T P O S I T I O N S

Elilim has postpositions coming after the verb. The postposition is appended behind the verb itself and follows Adjective rules for pronunciation.




Postposition
ulotikonimetok
herocksiton
“Ulo tikon imetok” – He sits on the rock

P O S S E S I O N

Possessor is followed by the gender pronoun is followed by the possessee.

PossessorGender PronounPossessee
elimeeeelokawa
womanherfire
The woman’s fire

In genderless cases (NOT NEUTER), the pronoun is omitted:

ellilim
GodWord
God’s Word

P H O N E T I C S Y L L A B A R Y

These are the consonants and vowels in spoken English, as closely approximated as possible. In some other cases, other languages are given as an example where English does not have the sound.

p/p/pipe/xr/(xr see x and r)
b/b/ballr/r/(Scottish trill r)
f/f/filln/n/nod
v/v/valvel/l/laugh
m/m/moonj/j/(The j sound in Eon)
β̞/bh/Kobe (Japanese)k/k/cloister
ð/th/thinkg/g/great
t/t/taskx/ch/(Soft glottal g: Belgian g)
d/d/dawnɣ/gg/(Hard glottal g: Dutch g)
s/s/sackh/h/hope
z/z/zigzag








i/i/lickʌ/u/gut (American)
ɛ/e/bestu/oe/about (Canadian)
a/ae/man (British)o/o/hot (American)
y/y/lootɒ/a/bath (British)
ø/eu/euphoria (Greek)


ŋ/ng/sing
/dj/jester
ɘ/uh/bird (Australian)ee/ee/jägermeister
aj/ai/lightaa/ah/Afrikaans (Afrikaans)
ii/ei/leekoo/oh/snow

S T R E S S E S

The stress lies on the second syllable, unless it is a one or two syllable word, in which case the word receives no stress or the word has five syllables or more, in which case the stress lies on the second last syllable.

Lucian staNOStaimon i – Lucian is a Great Demon

eLImee reTIkon te thor – The woman throws the boulder

PelomeNOsos – Reduced / Sliced / Brought to its focus

T O N A L I T Y

Tonality changes in two cases,

  • voiced > unvoiced: d cannot follow a consonant, it changes into voiced t.
  • voiced voiced > unvoiced: two d’s change into a single t

Other cases of irregular tonality change exist.

G R A M M A R

Grammar is a highly contentious topic among Elilim scholars. Elilim does not seem to have verb conjugation. This makes the language very hard to comprehend for us at times, for instance, when discerning whether something happened in the past, present or future. Gender cases are only assigned to male and female beings; all other nouns are genderless. There are different STATES or MODES of BEING in Elilim which can help.

To be / To become / To do,

You place i, aum or te behind a word to indicate what is happening:

i ─ being

aum ─ becoming

te ─ doing

Lucian stanostaimon i ─ Lucian is being a Great Demon

Elim daimon aum ─ The person is becoming a Demon

Elim olon te thor ─ The person is throwing water

Elilim does not have a past tense nor any method to indicate something happened in the past or has finished happening. It is likely that to God, this concept is redundant.

Aum + te ─ to become / to create,

Kawa aum teCreating fire (light a fire)

The te indicator is not strictly necessary to indicate an action and can sometimes be omitted if it does not change the meaning of the sentence. White Elilim often omits te by default, or contracts te with the noun, effectively verbing the noun:

Um Tirgis ─ Create lighting (Illuminating (v.))

If the sentence does change its meaning by omitting te, different results may come into effect. Compare:,

Sa lajelimee tare ─ I see the girl

Sa lajelimee te tare ─ I am looking at the girl

The second case indicates an intentional act. You are intentionally looking at the girl to see what she is doing; she is under your observation.

Commands reverse S.O.V. to S.V.O.,

You reverse the Object and the Verb to make a sentence commanding. Many common Elilim spells are commands:

Kawa aum te ─ Creating Fire (to light a fire)

Aum te kawa ─ Create Fire (to command the Lokos to create fire)

Add ko to turn a statement into a question,

Lucian stanostaimon i ko? ─ Is Lucian a Great Demon?

Most likely, the ko suffix was added later by the Vigilis to aid in communicating with each other. For there to be questions in the language of the All-Knowing Enlil is absurd.

No split clauses,

You cannot split clauses through a sentence. You need to include the subject in most cases for every clause, object or verb.

Incorrect: Sa stanostaimon i za lajelimee te tare

Correct: Sa stanostaimon i za sa lajelimee te tare

“I am a great demon and I’m observing the girl”

D I C T I O N A R Y

saaI / me
saiyou
oeloohe/him
eelooshe/her
oeteiit
saasaiwe / us
saisaiYou (plural)
saiteithey / them
one (1)ir
three six one (19)troosolir
two (2)tohs
three six two (20)troosoltohs
three (3)troo
three six three (21)troosoltroo
four (4)kahn
three six four (22)troosolkahn
five (5)ocho
three six five (23)troosolocho
six (6)sol
four six (24)kahnsol
six one (7)solir
four six one (25)kahnsolir
six two (8)soltohs
four six two (26)kahnsoltohs
six three (9)soltroo
four six three (27)kahnsoltroo
six four (10)solkahn
four six four (28)kahnsolkahn
six five (11)solocho
four six five (29)kahnsolocho
two six (12)tohssol
five six (30)ochosol
two six one (13)tohssolir
five six one (31)ochosolir
two six two (14)tohssoltos
five six two (32)ochosoltohs
two six three (15)tohssoltro
five six three (33)ochosoltroo
two six four (16)tohssolkan
five six four (34)ochosolkahn
two six five (17)tohssolocho
five six five (35)ochosolocho
three six (18)troosol
six six (36)solte
six six (36)soltefour six six 144kahnsolte
two six six 72tosoltefive six six 180solsolte
three six six 108trosoltesix six six 216solwos
aboutpegocoatpiltoem
aftermetoscoldfrehmos
againpelocowuchson
alloodaydjanos
alwaysookairondogkujon
andtadollhailim
animalelundon’thate
anymujodoneeega
appleabelosdoorweur
aroundporoidownkara
asurduckanast
atmaaeggovojum
awaysavonenergyaithir
backawoseverajon
ballordiseveryoolon
bearbermiseyeweitosma
becausedaitonfarkrichia
bedkoithonfarmwoifuson
beforehaipurfasttachai
beginningarchaifatherortelim
bellradanfirekawa
bestorumfishpixis
bigrefloorplaisus
birdawesflowerzeistarum
blacknurufootpodis
blueikefornal
boatploimforestkalchosolwos
bothjanifromforos
boxkepsafullsolwos
boylajelimifunnyhedai
breadarsjongirllajelimee
brotheronelimgoodrum
brownfrungoodbyepelowei(tos)
buteggograsslubudnos
bymatgreenxron
cartkirsusgroundbudnos
catkenossoshandkestos
chairsedalraheadkerser
chickenalmanokhellorumai(thite)
cleanrajheretodos
hillkolnimonlymei
homeweiksaorkai
horseeksosouthopon
hotutaioverxielte
houseweikpartyrumijon
howataumpictureataite
ifalpigseuch
inusprettystarum
intoaumosrainchielemka
justdaikonredrodos
kindelteonrightdjer
legkroesringanos
leteorocktikon
letterlimatroundkweklos
lightilosseedspoormen
lightirgisshoepiltoepodis
lightningithoroisignat
littlemirsisterimelim
logiclokosskychielem
longmaresmalllaj
manelimisnowchielnis
milklaktissohos
morningdjanaumsomekus
motherdidelimsongkainontis
muchosolsoonlichte
mustofilonsoundashteroi
namenimspacemira
nestnejostisstickfakter
neverharajonsunsolchelios
newnesthatoin
nightdjahanaumthenedoi
nonangthereker
nothathisso
nownuthoseonso
objecttitimekairon
ofnatimeijon
offhepostoka
oldarchaiteto askkezte
onokto bei
onceheinto bringorte
to calllilimoito seeweitos
to carryferonto showkewos
to comemiraumonto singkainon
to couldxrento sitimet
to cutmenosto sleepdremon
to doteto startarchos
to drawaiteto stoptos
to dreamswepnosto takeser
to drinktonaito thankrumkaistos
to eatthemaito thinksofon
to eathedronto trypeijate
to fallimtoto usewerkos
to findeuraito walkgeiros
to flyfethto wanthelmai
to getsegonto washplowos
to givedidonto willtelemos
to goocheto workwonos
to growfusonto writelimaiton
to havehegontodaynudai
to hearkleontreekalchos
to helpbeudonundertalo
to holdetjonuporo
to hurtargonverymallos
to jumphalmonwarmgormon
to keepesoswaterka
to knowchnosonwavethoroi
to laughgelsonwellbrunai
to likearonwhatkod
to livezeitonwherekezmos
to lookeiswhichkezwis
to makepoteitonwhitewelo
to openhakleswhokezwod
to pickkorposwhykezaum
to playpodaioswindaithimos
to pullselkoswithkom
to putstelaiwomanelimee
to readlilimeitoswoodkald
to rideelanoswordlilim
to rundrekonyellowgellos
to saylilimteyesiai

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