Old hylian

Old hylian DEFAULT
See also: Hylian Language Translations

Hylian is the main language used in Hyrule.[1] Throughout the Timeline, many forms and iterations of both written and spoken Hylian have appeared, sometimes being interwoven and revived across whole eras. There are presently six forms of Hylian confirmed to be used by the residents of the Kingdom of Hyrule, and many more languages used by other species as well.

Overview

Mudoran

Main article: Mudoran

Mudoran is the iteration of Hylian text that appears in A Link to the Past.[2] Unlike later Hylian scripts, Mudoran is unintelligible. It is found on various important rocks and pedestals.

Era of the Hero of Time

The Hylian writing system from the Era of the Hero of Time was introduced in Ocarina of Time and later appears in Majora's Mask. It is a syllabary based on Japanese Kana, merging both Hiragana and Katakana. However, unlike these scripts, this syllabary lacks sutegana and uses full sized characters for Yōon and Sokuon. It also lacks punctuation marks, such as Chōonpu, as well as distinction for diacritical letters via Dakuten and Handakuten, limiting the full dexterity of the syllabary when emulating Japanese text.

This syllabary appears all throughout Hyrule and Termina on signs and architecture.

Era Without a Hero

The Hylian writing system from the Era Without a Hero was introduced in The Wind Waker,[3] later appearing in Four Swords Adventures, The Minish Cap, Phantom Hourglass, and Spirit Tracks, and briefly in Twilight Princess. It is a syllabary based on Japanese kana and Hindu-Arabic numerals. It supports Chōonpu, Dakuten, and Handakuten, but typically lacks sutegana, therefore using full size characters for Yōon and Sokuon. For example, the Japanese きゃ (Kya) and きや (Kiya) are not differentiated in this writing system, except for a few rare occasions.[4][5][6][7]

This syllabary is used as early as the Force Era, persisting throughout the Adult Timeline until the Era of Hyrule's Rebirth.[8]

In The Wind Waker, the syllabary appears as an archaic dialect dating back to the Era without a Hero. By the time of the Era of the Great Sea, it had became almost obsolete; its remaining speakers being ancient beings such as the Great Deku Tree, Valoo, Jabun, and the King of Red Lions, as well as the Rito appointed to the role of Valoo's attendant, who learned it to communicate with him.[9] Despite the dialect not widely spoken in the Era of the Great Sea, its syllabary is commonly used throughout the Great Sea and the World of the Ocean King by their inhabitants, and is later carried over into New Hyrule. It makes a small appearance in Twilight Princess on tombstones in Kakariko Graveyard.

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Language overview

Forty-two in Hylian Hylian is a constructed language that appears in the Nintendo video game The legend of Zelda. Like Japanese, it uses a syllabic system. Three different writing systems have been created: the Old Hylian Syllabary used in Ocarina of Time (1998), the Modern Hylian Syllabary used in The Wind Waker (2002) — both of them used to transcribe Japanese —, and the Hylian Alphabet used in Twilight Princess (2006), to transcribe English. We use here the Modern Hylian language developed by Katsuto.

Due to lack of data, we can only count accurately up to 999,999 in Hylian. Please contact me if you can help me counting up from that limit.

Hylian numbers list

  • 1 – hire (hire)
  • 2 – dise (dise)
  • 3 – troe (troe)
  • 4 – kose (kose)
  • 5 – pante (pante)
  • 6 – hënte (hEnte)
  • 7 – site (site)
  • 8 – onte (onte)
  • 9 – nive (nive)
  • 10 – dëme (dEme)
  • 11 – dëme hire (dEme hire)
  • 12 – dëme dise (dEme dise)
  • 13 – dëme troe (dEme troe)
  • 14 – dëme kose (dEme kose)
  • 15 – dëme pante (dEme pante)
  • 16 – dëme hënte (dEme hEnte)
  • 17 – dëme site (dEme site)
  • 18 – dëme onte (dEme onte)
  • 19 – dëme nive (dEme nive)
  • 20 – didëme (didEme)
  • 30 – trodëme (trodEme)
  • 40 – kodëme (kodEme)
  • 50 – pandëme (pandEme)
  • 60 – hëndëme (hEndEme)
  • 70 – sidëme (sidEme)
  • 80 – ondëme (ondEme)
  • 90 – nidëme (nidEme)
  • 100 – sale (sale)
  • 1,000 – male (male)

Hylian numerals

These numerals are written in the Modern Hylian Syllabary used in The Wind Waker (2002), as it includes numerical digits.

0
0
1
1
2
2
3
3
4
4
5
5
6
6
7
7
8
8
9
9

Hylian numbering rules

Now that you’ve had a gist of the most useful numbers, let’s move to the writing rules for the tens, the compound numbers, and why not the hundreds, the thousands and beyond (if possible).

  • Digits from zero to nine are specific words: sore (sore) [0], hire (hire) [1], dise (dise) [2], troe (troe) [3], kose (kose) [4], pante (pante) [5], hënte (hEnte) [6], site (site) [7], onte (onte) [8], and nive (nive) [9].
  • The tens are formed by prefixing the word for ten (dëmedEme) with the multiplier digit root, with the exception of ten itself: dëme (dEme) [10], didëme (didEme) [20], trodëme (trodEme) [30], kodëme (kodEme) [40], pandëme (pandEme) [50], hëndëme (hEndEme) [60], sidëme (sidEme) [70], ondëme (ondEme) [80], and nidëme (nidEme) [90].
  • Compound numbers are formed by saying the ten, then the digit separated with a space (e.g.: dëme hire (dEme hire) [11], sidëme hënte (sidEme hEnte) [76]).
  • Hundreds are formed by setting the multiplier unit root before the word for hundred (salesale), with the exception of one hundred itself: sale (sale) [100], disale (disale) [200], trosale (trosale) [300], kosale (kosale) [400], pansale (pansale) [500], hënsale (hEnsale) [600], sisale (sisale) [700], onsale (onsale) [800], and nisale (nisale) [900].
  • Thousands are formed by setting the multiplier before the word for thousand (malemale), with the do (do) conjunction in-between, except for one thousand (e.g.: male (male) [1,000], male sale hëndëme troe (male sale hEndEme troe) [1,163], dise do male (dise do male) [2,000], troe do male disale pandëme onte (troe do male disale pandEme onte) [3,258], disale sidëme nive do male onsale pandëme hire (disale sidEme nive do male onsale pandEme hire) [279,851]).

Write a number in full in Hylian

Let’s move now to the practice of the numbering rules in Hylian. Will you guess how to write a number in full? Enter a number and try to write it down in your head, or maybe on a piece of paper, before displaying the result.

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As the other currently supported languages are too numerous to list extensively here, please select a language from the full list of supported languages.

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Fonts

Hylia Serif

Hylian Serif is a new typeface designed by Artsy Omni, who is best known for creating Smashfied!. The typeface is derived from the text used in The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, and is a beautiful replacement for the aging “Triforce” typeface.

The typeface is updated regularly as updated source material becomes available. You can read more about the design and update process at the official Hylian Script website. You can also follow the project on Twitter to stay informed about the latest developments.

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Hylian Symbols

The Hylian Symbols font is an easy way to display and manipulate various recognizable symbols from the Zelda series. There are nineteen different symbols included in the font, including the Triforce, the Sheikah symbol, and the Royal Crest of Hyrule.

Download Hylian Symbols

Hylian Language Fonts

Beginning with Ocarina of Time, many Legend of Zelda games have included text written using an in-game language known as Hylian. The language has changed in each major game introducing new characters and translations. Sometimes, the characters translate to English and other times the characters translate to Japanese.

Through the hard work of many Zelda fans, the Hylian languages from Ocarina of Time, The Wind Waker, Twilight Princess, and Skyward Sword have been deciphered and made available for use by the entire community.

In addition to Hylian, Ocarina of Time includes a Gerudo language. The Gerudo language was overlooked by fans for over a decade before it was finally revealed in Hyrule Historia.

You can learn more about these languages at Zelda Wiki.

Zelda Game Logo Fonts

Over the last 30 years, the logos of each of the Legend of Zelda games have used a variety of typefaces. The most iconic typeface is the one used for the word “ZELDA” in almost every logo, but the most inconspicuous typeface is Charlemagne, which is used for the phrase “The Legend of” in many of the logos.

Many of the newer games seem to use custom drawn text for their subtitles, but some notable games like The Wind Waker and Twilight Princess used typefaces that are readily available.

In-Game Text Fonts

Each Legend of Zelda game relies on a large amount of text. Sometimes the text is dialogue and other times it’s used to explain the item you just found in a treasure chest. Each game also has its own typeface for all the text that is used, and dedicated Zelda fans have collected those typefaces for use by the community.

The typefaces we have available are used in some of the older Zelda games. “Return of Ganon” is used in A Link to the Past while “Zelda DX TT BRK” is used in Link’s Awakening.

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Old Hylian syllabary Hylian (kyuushiki hairyagana)

The Hylian syllabary is a script used in the computer games, Legend of Zelda, specifically the game The Legend of Zelda; The Ocarina of time and The Legend of Zelda; Majora's Mask. An unknown graphics artist developed the script for the Ninitendo games for the purpose of writing signs and other written elements in the game in its own unique script. Most of the translated signs are written in Japanese which probably influenced the design of the script.

Notable features

  • The Script is a syllabic cipher code of the Japanese kana syllabaries and consists of C and CV syllables.
  • Unlike the kana syllabaries the script has no system of diacritcs indicating voiced consonants, the are just written with the voiceless characters. Similarly the Cy and double consonant combination (with 'tsu') are not graphically distinguished by shrinking the y and tsu characters.
  • The script is primarily written horizontally left to right, top to bottom, but can also be reversed and written in the opposite direction: right to left with the letters flipped horizontally.
  • Some of the letters in the syllabary are related in shape and form to their kana and romaji counterparts though most of the letters are uniquely designed.
  • There are no spaces between words, only sentences.

Used to write

Hylian (Hairugo). A form of Japanese, spoken in the fictional land of Hyrule.

Hylian syllabary

Hylian syllabary

Cy consonant combinations, extra letters and notes

Sample text

Hylian syllabary
Transliteration - Zeruda no Densetsu: Taimu no Okarina
Translation - The Legend of Zelda: the Ocarina of Time

The information on this page was put together by Greig Isles with additional information from Pipian.

Download an Old hylian font (47K)

Another font for Old Hylian, created by Bryson Schnaitmann, is available on FontStruct.

Links

Information about the Hylian Language
http://www.kasuto.net/language.php?main=language/language.html
http://zelda.wikia.com/wiki/Hylian_Language
http://zeldawiki.org/Hylian_Language
http://www.freewebs.com/linkandzeldadude/hylianlanguage.htm
http://sarinilli.deviantart.com/art/Hylian-Language-Lesson-01-The-Alphabet-331665817?moodonly=1
http://www.notesdevoyage.com/Hylian

Information about Skyward Sword - another Hylian script
http://sarinilli.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4illix
http://sarinilli.deviantart.com/gallery/#/d4l1t18

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