Hunter Clan Glossary

Glossary

A

Agape– term of endearment used by Dragon Shifters, meaning true-love.

Amatus– term of endearment used by Vampires, meaning beloved, darling.

Asena– A she-wolf who finds an injured child and nurses him back to health, subsequently  impregnating herself which then allowed her to give birth to ten half-wolf, half-human boys.

Ashina– Oldest son of Asena and leader of the Ashina Clan which ruled the Göktürks and other Turkic nomadic empires.

 

B

Banphrionsa title given to the daughter and/or sister of the Ri.

 

C

Can– term of endearment used by Wolf Shifters, meaning life, soul, heart, spirit, beloved.

Comhairle– the title of a Mage council.

Consiliu– the title of the Vampire council.

 

G

Ginearalta– titles given to the enforcers of a Mage Guild.

 

I

Ishad– title given to the enforcers of the Clan.

 

K

Kayan eş–  the title given to the true-mate to the Kayan.

Kayan– the title given to the leader of a Wolf Clan.

Kurultai– the title of the Wolf Shifter council.

 

L

Leannán term of endearment used by Mage, meaning lover.

 

M

Mareșal– title given to the enforcers of the Coven.

 

P

Potestas– the name of a faction created in 1005 BC to wipe out all Mage that had obtained the ability of spirit. Thought to have been disbanded more than six hundred years ago. Latin for power.

Prens– title given to the son and/or brother of the Kayan.

Prenses– title given to the daughter and/or sister of the Kayan.

Prinț– title given to the son and/or brother of the Rege.

Prințesă– title given to the daughter and/or sister of the Rege.

Prionsa– title given the the son and/or brother of the Ri.

 

R

Rege– title given to the leader of a Vampire Coven.

Rege soț– title given to the true-mate to the Rege.

Ri title given to the leader of a Mage Guild.

Ri maité title given to the true-mate of a Ri.

 

V

Viserego– title given to the Coven’s second-in-command. Answerable only to the Rege Family.

 

Y

Yabyu– the title given to the Clan’s second-in-command. Answerable to only the Kayan family.

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