Orgrish is a language shared by Orcs, Trolls, and Ogres.
Conjunctions, Prepositions, and Interjections: A: O I/me: Og I am: Og'uk And: Nog He: Mesh She: Hesh Are: Zum Do: Kog To: Tu Do not: Kog'nu Will: Bral Will not: Bral'nu I like: Ogzu I love: Ogmu A lot: O’ma To: Ga Yes: Bur No: Nug Not: Nu Him: Mez Her: Hez Can: Azu Cannot: Azu'nu Who: Zuz What: Ugu When: Jeh Where: Rung Why: Zek How: Smugu You: Zug You are: Zugzut Are: Zut Our/Us: Uju Use: Jut Does: Kogro Hey: Mung Ing suffix: mo Ouch!: Rog! Yay!: Wahoo! Hello: Haza Bye: Graza My: Ba
Nouns: Battle/War: Ogrul Axe: Log Battleaxe: Ogrulog Hammer: Dongbum Warhammer: Ogrudonbum Shield: Uknug Beer: Brog King: Umu Throne: Pumu Seat: Pilm Blood: Razu Honor: Grall Might: Nugga Power: Zaga Bulk: Khucc Muscle: Muus Food: Grub Brain: Tututu Head: Thunk Hair: Froz Tongue: Tog Eyes: Fozum Hand: Wana Foot: Prana Leg: Dua Hill: Bum
Verbs: Sit: Pil Down: Grum Up: Murg Walk: Wug Run: Nuh Charge: Tunzu Die: Ruunk Dead: Ruunku Jump: Brugga Dance: Nunk Eat: Fugu Cough: Hug Kick: Shoo Punch: Pow Spin: Runda Wave: Haya Trip: Upzu Flex: Grunda Spit: Sputu Shake: Makawaka Turn: Tanzu Roll: Rondzu Nod: Yaha Play: Bonza
Adjectives: Tasty/Yummy: Yummy Stupid: Diputs Dumb: Smut Smart: Turak Lazy: Laza Scary: Spuka Funny: Chaku Mad: Reezu Happy: Meezu Cold: Frazuk Hot: Krazuk Rough: Rafa Smooth: Suzu Hard: Narg Soft: Targ Pretty: Hota Ugly: Nuga Sick: Fluza Crunchy: Krak Strong: Yaaza Weak: Razut Silly: Braza Weird: Hazuk Brave: Praza
If you look, if you add “'nu” at the end of any word, it turns into a “not” word like lets say we say “can”, which in Orgrish is “Azu”. If we say “Azu'nu” then it becomes “cannot”. To make a word like “hand”, which in Orgrish is “prana” plural, you add “za” to the end, which would make it “Pranaza”, which means “feet”. When adding “ing” to the end of a word, add “da” like if you say “jump” which is “brugga” and you put in “ing” then it becomes “bruggada”.When pronouncing Orgrish, every letter only has one way to say it. When saying the “U” sound, you pronounce it like “oo” when speaking English. When saying the “A” sound you pronounce it like “ahh” when speaking English. When saying the “I” sound, you pronounce it like you pronounce the “I” in “dip” when speaking English. Every other letter is pretty self-explanatory. Here is a sentence using Orgrish:
Haza. Og'uk Gruk. Ogzu ga fugu. Ba pranaza zut. Ogmu ga nuh. Ogzu nunkda o’ma. Ogzu ga rondzu grum bum.
In translation it means:
Hello. I am Gruk. I like to eat. My feet are big. I love to run. I like dancing a lot. I like to roll down hills.