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Hedge mage – Noun – someone with minor magical powers, used positivly by common folk, pejoratively by magic users

Darkling – Noun or Adj. – Any non-human humanoid, particularly applied to monstrous humanoids such as Kobolds, Orks, Ogres, Goblins, Hobgoblins, Minotaurs, Lizardmen, and Troglodytes that are somewhat common. This is also used as a common epithet in reference to the PC demihuman races such as Elves, Dwarves, Halflings, Gnomes and those with mixed racial blood.

“digger” or “dirt friend” – literally anyone who spends time with dwarves, also a prejorative used against miners, farmers and diggers via the comparison of them with dwarves, it implies being dirty stupid and of low quality.

An’yoncee – ‘Verb or Noun- The offering of, or descriptive of the offering itself, of water or drink in libation to the gods generally, colloquially ascribed etymology is to the words Anyone-see, but root etymology is actually to the ancient word Omnicicia meaning a gift to the world as a whole. This also is used as a pejoritive by some clerics to refer to those who are part of the reformation, as in “he is simply an an’yoncee cleric”.

Common Religious Exclamations

“Phinius is visiting”- having seen lightning or someone doing something likely to go wrong “From the First cause” and “Father take you” “by Dun” to mark good or bad luck, or to prevent a jinx “by Main Tor” acknowledges bad luck, similar to “Damn it”

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