Existing dictionary, just for reference.
"when peaces meets", a collective term for a period of four years (interchangeable with pyesigen). Plural: æluulæva.
"others", modern elven slang for non-elves.
"Army of the Art", collective term for the magical military of Cormanthyr used during the Fall of Myth Drannor. Singular: Akh'Faern.
"Army of Arms", collective term for the standard military of Cormanthyr used during the Fall of Myth Drannor. Singular: Akh'Velahrn.
"tree warden" or "one who protects the forest"
"The Great Art of the People", meaning Elven High Magic.
"Winterbreeze", an old elvish surname.
"young human male" (slang)
"garbage", used as an insult against those of half-elven and human heritage
"not", used as a prefix that means "not," as in "Colson" meaning "not-son" (i.e., "daughter").
"The Day of Corellon's Peace", or Shieldmeet
"Forest of Twilight"
"one land" in old elven
"boy filled with brightness"
"blade" (as in blade made of steel) or "sword".
(formally, tel'kiira) "lore gem". See also Selu'Kiira.
the Thunder Peaks mountain range.
"regal" or "one who is regal".
"Regal lady", a title used by female rulers of Ardeep.
"Regal lord", a title used by male rulers of Ardeep.
"perhaps", modern elven slang
"Legacy of the North"
Shadow soldiers. Singular: N'Vaelharn.
"four snows:", a collective term for a period of four years (interchangeable with aeloulaev). Plural: pyesigeni.
a span of important time or a generation, depending on its context. Usually, it is used to measure the reign of a specific elven ruler. Rysar are further broken down by aeloulaeva, pyesigeni, or a particular ruler's reign.
"High lore gems".
"High Caster" or "The Art's Disciples", i.e., High Mages.
legendary moon horse of Evermeet.
living tree homes.
a vile curse or an insult, in reference to the Vyshaan clan.
sun-follower, a breed of horse.
"less than half". Used as an insult to humans born to a half-elven parent.