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acrimeya safety

Ada mother

Ado father

Adoyaneva future

Agoddo frog/toad

A-jun song

A-junte Sing.

Aldo uncle

Alexus Encantado who loves only one

Amarteya freedom

asshenti Hear./Listen.

Ashtadi! - Bad behavior!

Ashti aunt (often used by a niece of a Sang'gre)

Avisala. Greetings. (Their version of: How are you?). Goodbye.

Avoya travel

Corra heart

Cassiopeia glowing fairy in the darkness

Dayo foreigner

Detrumvia liar

Edi sanctre death

Enamuya past

Enchan (en-shan) the alphabet of Encantadia (Somewhat similar to

the Baybayin script.)

Emre Bathala, God

Ena-i! Fast! (used as an order)

Encantadia land of the new beings

Enchanta the language of Encantadia

Encantado / encantada the denizens of Encantadia

Ganto - horse

ivi (or ive) someone or the equivalent of "si" in Tagalog, definite


Gevre ico. Grow.

ilantre where

ivneshe - dream

I-lo grandfather

I-la grandmother

Kantao bracelet

Lira/Mira - gem

Lireo home of the fairies (Diwata)

Luntaie saviour (Lira, in particular)

Luntae freedom

Menantre - mentor (as how Cassiopoea referred Evades)

mine-a snow

Mo-re (mo-re, short o and e) either man or woman, a person

Musti need, must

Neshda whisper

Paneya bread

Pashnea animal; also used as a derogatory remark and expletive

Sang'gre Royalty

Sancretireya last goodbye

Sanctre death/dead

Ssheda! Stop!/Halt!/Desist!

Sshedi - to take revenge (Avria's spell to the baby Arman)

Rehav/Rihav prince (Example: "Rehav Ybrahim" - "Prince Ybrahim")

Yanarteya past

Ybarro brave

Iri One. Isa.

Due Two. Dalawa.

Kaskil Three. Tatlo.

Apat Four. Apat.

Pevis Five. Lima.

Anim Six. Anim.

Asni Seven. Pito.

Ise Eight. Walo.

Asno Nine. Siyam.

Way Ninety. Siyam-na-pu.

Way Asni Ninety-seven. Siyam-na-pu't pito.

Way Ise Ninety-eight. Siyam-na-pu't walo.

Way Asno Ninety-nine. Siyam-na-pu't siyam.

Avento One Hundred. Isang daan.

Adarde. Come here.

Ade. - It is you.

Ade senhino ivo (name). - You are the daughter/son of (name).

Adnes nesa aduwa iva? What is the meaning of this?

Ashte Mashte Lesnum (name of a place). May peace be kept

throughout (name of a place). (Example: "Ashte Mashte Lesnum

Asmar ivi ishi sanbay ivi ivo. I am just astounded at what

happened to the infant.

Asnamon voyanazar. I'm a traveler, Asnamon tree. (Encantadia's

version of "open sesame")

Astadi. Bad attitude.

Avira voya uste. Let me pass.

Avisala meiste. (the reverse of "Avisala") Goodbye./Farewell.

Avisala ri/rei/re. - A version of "Avisala" used primarily in the

kingdom of Etheria.

Avoya-avoya. A password to the Spring of Truth.

Avoya ivi Sang'gre enamuya. The Sang'gres have arrived in the


Diwani - A name or title for princess within the kingdom or world.

Ebi Meshne. You will regret this.

E correi diu.-I love you.

E corre masne e live. Love one another till the end of time.

Ekoshme! Charge!

Edepunte runte! - Find them!

Emre, eshne ashte emin? God, why didn't you take care of my

Ergarte ivi duarte. The infant has a mark of a Sang'gre.

Eshne Sang'gre sanctre Sang'gre, eshne musti sanctre

Sang'gre. Once a Sang'gre kills another, the death of thatSang'gre is
the payment.

Esna musna gebata. - You also have powers.

Estasectu. Get ready.

Este ivi? Is this true?

Esva nastre sente. Go and accept my blessing.

Eteka aneya ivi? Have you forgotten?

Evia livea (name of land/place, but can also be used for a

person). Long live (name of land/place); e.g. "Evia livea Etheria!"

Evre ishnu. Leave me.

Geshnu! Go away!

Geshnu ivre. Leave me alone.

Geshnu ivne. Leave us.

Gushna ivdea. I am blessing you.

Gusna dune Sang'gre. Warning to all Sang'gres.

Hartu Sanctu (something). Bless (something).

Hasna lesnu maste. And may God help me be the champion of


Hasna verom gashne vo. If you do not give me that, I will kill you.

Hasne duvin (name of person)? What happened to you, (name of


Hasne Ivo Live! Happy Birthday!

Haste live (anything). Long live (anything). (Example: "Haste live


Heshne! Get out!

Intevte ashelente? Are they living in the palace?

Isder ivi agyoi. A mountain is what I see.

Isne binn voyanazar. He's approaching.

Isne gusna luntaie ivi Lira? Can the savior (of Encantadia), Lira,
do anything?

Ivi duo. I know.

Ivi este. I don't know.

Ivi eshvia (name of person)! You will pay for this (name of
person)! (Example: "Ivi eshvia Asval!")

Ivi kuntirunte. I am ordering you.

Ivi levi. He's in the hand of evil.

Ivi musti paneya. I'm hungry.

Ivi sanctre. He's dead.

Ivo ante (something). - We own (something). (Example: "Ivo ante


Ivo ron, esra... - I know, but...

Ivo live (name of land/place, but can also be used for a

person). Long live (name of land, place or person); (e.g. "Ivo Live

Maste lesnu (name of person). Peace be with (name of person).

Maste une sentra ves. I am summoning you.

Mesi the power

Muste maste Lireo! Peace to Lireo!

Nedanus muste. You are so beautiful.

Neda-veda. He/she is not here.

Ne sshuda. You're wrong.

Prosunteo (name of person). (Name of person) is suspicious.

Ssheda dini luna! You must be killed!

Ssheda luna ashte live Lireo! Defeat Lireo!

Ssheda musni verom. I will not give this to you.

Ssheda musti maste! We will not give them peace!

Shedi (something). Protect (something). (e.g. "Shedi Etheria!")

Voya pring Sang'gre Devas. Go to Devas peacefully, Sang'gre.

English translations of phrases in Enchanta are written in parentheses below.

These phrases are derived from the folk war songHade!! (Etheria theme
song) sung by Bayang Barrios and written by Suzette Doctolero. Based on
the lyrics, the song is about the creation of Encantadia, the five kingdoms

including Etheria, and warfare. In the end, the author appears to question the
unending violence in the land, the lack of love and peace.[4][5][6]


Ilantre ivi e correi?

(Where is the love?)

...hasne masne?

(...the peace?)

Ivi onan esna enchar?

Encarte ivi esna

Diam asolade ivi emustro



Agordo etu garte Emre-a


(That is the only desire of the land of


(But the races fought each other)

(Five races they created)


(By the Power of the Highest God)

Nusno celestia endu endo

(to the cherubim cursed here)

Hade! Hade! Hade!

(A warcry)

Ivi esna adelan e

(This is the promised land)