Wolf-Speak Terms

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Wolf-Speak Terms

Post by Lord Alamir on Tue Aug 21, 2018 2:22 pm

Below are all the "Wolf-Speak" terms I've seen used/used personally over the past years. Some I have rarely seen used while others are more commonly utilized. Most of this is based off my own knowledge so there could be some terms missing. If you use/have seen a term used that is not on this massive list, post below the term and where it fits and I will update the list. Keep in mind, I have not yet included terms found in player bios in regards to family, age, kin, partners, etc. so if you have some of those terms, post below as well and I will update it accordingly.

Wolves, General

Male: brute, brujo, lupe, he-beast, hessian, titan, mascu, bronc, stag, drake, beast, stud, virile, gladiator, hellion, demon, charger, protector, buck, vulp, stallion
Female:  femme, fae, fatale, vix, vixen, femora, lady, dove, maiden, dame, naiad, bruja, mistress, damsel, doe, huntress, demoness, minx, she-wolf, lupess, wolvena, mare, fyxe, feminque, lorelei, tempest, lupa
Body: frame, silhouette, mass, bodice, facade, figure, form, physique, bulk, torso, flank (side), platform (back), build, carcass, chassis, constitution, embodiment, make-up, shape, tenement, trunk
Fur/Skin: coat, hide, derma, canvas, pelt, flesh, covering, crust, ectoderm, epidermis, fleece, husk, integument, leather, membrane, pelage, pellicle, rind, scale scarfskin, shell, velvet, wool
Pelt Coloring: hue, color, tint, shade, pigment, stain
Ears: lobes, auds/auditives/auditories/audits, receptors, solae, listeners, acoustics, zeniths, auddettes
Eyes: optics, oculars/oculi, orics, irises (coloring of the eye), pools, spheres, luminaries, oracles, orbs, visors, globes
Head/Face: cranial, cranium, tiara, crown, skull, pate, apex, palette (face), visage (face), cerebrum
Legs: appendages, columns, nadirs, pistons, supporters, limbs, hinds (back legs), fores (front legs), pillars, stilts, appendai
Lips: labras, labrums, labarales, rims, labria, chaps, kissers
Mouth: maw, muzzle, snout, mug, trap, jowls, jaws, probiscis
Nails: claws, talons, blades, grippers, spurs, grapplers, daggers
Teeth: ivories, incisors, fangs, enamels, canines, whites, razors
Paws: pads, bases, grippers, mitts, phalanges
Tail: swatter, banner, flag, tassel, rope, plume, pendulum, appendage, ribbon, whipcord, tendril
Nostrils: nasal passages, nares, slits
Back: aft, hindpart, hindquarters, posterior, rear, reverse, stern, haunches, rump, saddle, bench
Age: youngling, adolescent, progeny, whelp, kit, juvenile, elder, ancient, primed, seasoned, decrepit, legend, veteran, wintered, old, years


Walk: pad, stroll, tread, amble, saunter, slink, slide, shuffle, strut, navigate, stalk, prowl, snake, stride, glide, weave (in and out of), prance, slip (past), entwine (around), march, pace, hike, totter, toddle, stagger, waddle, trundle, plonk, wafted/breezed (past), trudge, tramp, traipse, slog, plod, trek, lumber, trailed (after something), stomp, meander, mosey, wander, drift (past), swagger, parade, gambol, romp, caper, scamper, scurry, swept (by), brush (past), scoot, travel, flit, stump, clump, traverse
Jog: trot, bounce, hustle, walk briskly
Run: lope, sprint, hunt, dash, dances, stumble, dart, rush, bound, race, bolt
Watch: regard, look, study, observe, surbey, gaze, glare, stare, glance, glimpse, examine, peer, peep
Nod: confirm, bob, dip, drop, concur, affirm, tilt/incline
Frown: knotted, creased, furrowed

Descriptive Terms

Land: environment, domicile, realm, territory, domain, habitat, kingdom, ground, earth, terra/terrain, soil, carpet
Objects of Land: debris, twigs, limbs, floral, vegetation, underbrush, plants, loam, foliage
Water: liquid, aqua, fluid, odorless (description), crystalline (description of frozen water)
Small: minute, little, diminutive, short of stature, tiny, miniature, petite, undersized, minuscule
Thin: slender, svelte, lithe, sleek, lean, willowy, delicate, lissom, serpentine, wiry, trim
Big: brawny, muscular, mammoth, colossal, massive, sinewy, burly, stocky, bulky, huge, great, enormous, immense, gigantic, large, well-built, big in stature
Strong: brawny, massy, buff, burly, well-built, stalwart, robust, sturdy, tough, muscular
Weak: tender, frail, scrawny, puny, fragile, delicate, helpless
Evil: malevolent, sinful, malicious, immoral, foul, tainted, wicked, vile, nefarious, heinous, bad, dark
Good: pure, kind-hearted, of the light, moral, upright, virtuous, noble, worthy, blameless
Neutral: unbiased, nonaligned, middle of the roads, indifferent, on the fence
Fast: quick, speedy, rapid, swift, express, high-speed, fleeting, brisk, prompt, like a flash
Slow: ponderous, slothful, lumbering, leisurely

Tints, shades, hues

Black: obsidian, charcoal/coal, raven, shadow, charred, ash, clouded, dark, dingy, dusky, ebon/ebony, inklike, jet, livid, melanoid, midnight, murky, night, nigrescent, nigrous, onyx, piceous, pitch/pitch-dark, sable, shadowy, slate, somber, sombre, sooty, starless, swart, swarthy, tourmaline, atramentous, stygian
White: transparent, cream, silk/silken, pearl, alabaster, pure, ashen, blanched, bleached, bloodless, bone, caucasian, chalky, clear, fair, frosted, ghastly, hoary, immaculate, ivory, light, marble, milky, moon, moonstone, neutral, pallid, pasty, pearly, polar, snow/snowy, spotless, stainless, unblemished, unsullied, wan, waxen, achromatic/achromic, ghastly
Gray/Grey: ash(en), silver, steel, titanium, dusty, bleary, blurred, caliginous, cloudy, dark, dingy, dreary, dull, dusk(y), faded, faint, flat, flint, fuzzy, gloomy, indistinct, lackluster, lightless, mat, monotone, monotonous, murky, muted, obscured, opaque, overcast, pale, poorly lit, tarnished, sullied, tenebrous, unclear, unilluminated, vague, weak
Brown: tawny, twiggy, earth(en/y), tan, beige, sorrel, sediment, auburn, bay, bister, brick, bronze, buff, burnt sienna, chestnut, chocolate, cinnamon, cocoa, coffee, copper, drab, dust, ecru, fawn, ginger, hazel, henna, khaki, mahogany, nut, ocher, puce, russet, rust, sepia, snuff-colored, terracotta, toast, umber
Green: emerald, serpent, jade, olive, lime, blooming, bosky, budding, burgeoning, callow, developing, flourishing, foliate, forest, fresh, grassy, growing, half-formed, immature, leaf(y), lush, maturing, moss, pliable, puerile, pullulating, raw, sprouting, supple, tender, undecayed, undried, unfledged, ungrown, unripe, unseasoned, verdant, verdurous, vert, visculent
Red: crimson, blood, rust, rouge, scarlet, cherry, cinnamon, ruby, burgundy, bittersweet, bloodshot, blush, brick, cardinal, carmine, cerise,chestnut, claret, coral, dahlia, damask, flaming, florid, flushed, fuchsia, garnet, geranium, glowing, healthy, inflamed, infrared, magenta, maroon, pink, puce, redness, rose, roseate, rosy, rouge, rubicund, ruddy, russet, rust, salmon, sanguine, titian, vermeil, vermillion, wine
Yellow: sunny, gold(en), mustard, honey, amber, aureate, auric, auriferous, aurous, aurulent, blond(e), caramel, dusty, flaxen, honeyed, mellow, ochroid, straw, tan, tawny, wheat(en)
Blue: navy, sapphire, indigo, ice, azure, aquamarine, beryl, cerulean, cobalt, glacier, lapis, royal, sea, sky, teal, turquoise, ultramarine
Purple: mauve, indigo, violet, lilac, amethyst, bluish red, heliotrope, lavender, magenta, mulberry, orchid, perse, plum, pomegranate, violaceous
Orange: sun-kissed, fire/fiery, mango, ginger, apricot, cantaloupe, coral, carrot, peach, tangerine, red-yellow
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