Lore:Rune-Language

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The unnamed rune-language is that which is inscribed in its own alphabet upon the magical, enigmatic runestones that once littered Tamriel[1] and the realms of Oblivion.[2] It is not derived from any known historic or pre-Dawn culture.[3]

Rune-Language Dictionary[edit]

The following runes can be translated by proficient enchanters.[1]

D[edit]

Dekeipa
Frost
Denara
Strengthen
Denata
Superior
Deni
Stamina
Denima
Stamina Regen
Derado
Empower
Deteri
Armor

E[edit]

Edode
Lower
Edora
Boost

H[edit]

Hade
Lessen
Hakeijo
Prism
Haoko
Disease

I[edit]

Idode
Impair
Indeko
Prismatic Regen
Itade
Plunder

J[edit]

Jaedi
Gain
Jaera
Advance
Jayde
Deduct
Jehade
Divest
Jejora
Raise
Jejota
Fine
Jera
Increase
Jode
Reduce
Jora
Develop

K[edit]

Kaderi
Shield
Kedeko
Drain
Kude
Negate
Kuoko
Poison
Kura
Intensify
Kuta
Legendary

L[edit]

Lire
Physical Harm

M[edit]

Makderi
Spell Harm
Makko
Magicka
Makkoma
Magicka Regen
Meip
Shock

N[edit]

Notade
Subtract

O[edit]

Ode
Shrink
Odra
Gain
Oko
Health
Okoma
Health Regen
Okori
Power
Oru
Alchemist

P[edit]

Pode
Remove
Pojode
Diminish
Pojora
Supplement
Pora
Augment
Porade
Add

R[edit]

Rakeipa
Fire
Rede
Deprive
Rejera
Amplify
Rekude
Weaken
Rekura
Magnify
Rekuta
Artifact
Repora
Reinforce
Rera
Exaggerate

T[edit]

Ta
Base
Tade
Decrease
Taderi
Physical Harm

Notes[edit]

  • These runes were removed from the game and have the same translations as Odra and Taderi respectively.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Runestones in ESO
  2. ^ Daedric Enchanting Station Codex in ESO
  3. ^ Telenger the Artificer Answers Your QuestionsTelenger the Artificer