Following are a few common Intaki terms and expressions. For much more information and discussion about Intaki language, be sure to read the full Vaanin k’Intaki.

Essential Expressions

Namas Greetings; I bow to you (lit. the first person present indicative form of the verb “to bow”; “bow [to you]”)
Pratya yavati Good bye; until we meet again (lit. “until return”; a shortened version of praty’Ahm yavaat (“until I return”) or pratyaTah yaavat (“until you return”)).

Other Salutations

Keeni? How are you / Are you all right? (lit. “all right/okay”)
Suprab heti Good morning (Note: Uncommon variant: Heti suprab)
Suprab nahi Good night (Note: Uncommon variant: Nahi suprab)
Phirm ilenge See you later


Kainta Beloved (lit. “loved”)
Ahm kamai tah I love you (Ahm I; kamai love; tah you)
Ahm asumi tah I hate you

Formal Titles (In Use in ILF)

Suresha “Supreme leader of leaders”; has the most authority
Mahesha “Leader of leaders”; second in command; reports to Suresha
Isha “Leader”; reports to the Mahesha and Suresha
Isha-Dravya Leader of Commerce; in command of the industrial division of ILF
Pankaja Mining operations wing of Dravya
Vidya Production operations wing of Dravya
Isha-Sainika Leader of Security; in command of the defense division of ILF
Aditipala Combat wing of Sainika, including PVP and missions
Karna Special Forces wing of Sainika, including intel, e-war, stealth
Nebyada Infantry wing of Sainika, for clone soldiers


Beklaand Idiot
Soovari Pig
Khotey ki aulda Son of a donkey

Cardinal Numbers

Unnai Zero
Illor One
Eka Two
Tri Three
Chatair Four (depends on dialect)
Petair Four (depends on dialect)
Panc Five
Sey Six
Sapet Seven
Hastan Eight
Nau Nine
Dais Ten

Ordinal Numbers

Illoren First
Eken Second
Trin Third
Chatairen Fourth (depends on dialect)
Petairen Fourth (depends on dialect)
Pance Fifth
Seyen Sixth
Sapete Seventh
Hastane Eighth
Nen Ninth
Daise Tenth


Not all terminology is official Intaki canon, but some has passed into common usage over time. Many of the more colorful slang expressions (profanities, insults, etc.) are not included in this list. Those are rarely used anyway, as most Intaki are stoic and self-controlled by nature.