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Zamgrh - Harmangrh gab bag habganna haz mannah mannah zambahz gab. Brang mahr gab, brahzzaz!

This page is intended as a practical tool for immediate translations between English and Zamgrh. To learn the full implications of various words, use the Lexicon. To find a specific word, use your browser's find function, generally by pressing Ctrl-F.

Note that some zombies disregard use of "!" as a vowel, but words that use it are listed for the general purpose.

A

A!

A!m (noun)

  1. Aim
  2. Chance to hit. (Babah zambahz haz -!!-!!!!!- a!m. - Young zombies have 25% chance to hit.)

A!rbagz (noun) (also Aarbagz)

  1. Airbags.

A!rmrh (also Aarmrh) (noun)

  1. Breath. (Life-air)

A!rmrh (verb)

  1. To breathe.

Aa

Aaah (interjection)

  1. Oh. (Aaah mah gaz!)

Aabz (interjection)

  1. Oops. (Aabz! Mah zambah haz zmazh zah ganarazharh! - Oops! I smazhed the generator!)

Abzah (prounoun)

  1. Myself.
  2. Yourself. (singular or plural)
  3. Himself.
  4. Herself.
  5. Itself.
  6. Ourselves.
  7. Themselves.

Ab

AB (noun)

  1. AP.

Abah (preposition)

  1. About.

Abarh (noun)

  1. All.

Abargamz (adverb)

  1. Always.

Abara (adjective)

  1. Every.

Abarahaarh (adverb)

  1. Everywhere.

Abarannah (pronoun)

  1. Everyone.

Abargargazz (noun)

  1. Everybody.

Abaz (verb)

  1. To humble.
  2. To debase.
  3. To degrade.

Abaz (adjective)

  1. Humble.

Abb (noun)

  1. Abb.
  2. Yarn.

Abban (verb)

  1. To open.
  2. To breach.

Abban (noun)

  1. Open.
  2. Breach.
  3. Door.

Abbaram (preposition)

  1. Over.
  2. Covering. (Na-ahnna n!gh abbaram mah zambah 'Out of the night that covers me')

Abbarh (preposition)

  1. Over.

Abhraaga (noun)

  1. Africa.

ABG (noun)

  1. Alphabet.
  2. Letter.

Abragababra (interjection)

  1. Abracadabra.

Abzag (adjective)

  1. Upset.
  2. Offended.

Abzag (verb)

  1. To upset.
  2. To offended.

Abzarb (verb)

  1. To absorb.
  2. To drink. Abzarb braag!

Abzarbbarn (noun)

  1. Pub. (drink-building)

Ag

Aga-az (adjective)

  1. Holy. (from Greek Agios)
  2. Sacred.

Aga!n (adverb)

  1. Again.

Ag!ng (noun)

  1. Aging.

Ag!zm (noun)

  1. Ageism.

Agharh (adjective)

  1. Other.

Agan!z!ng (adjective)

  1. Agonizing.

Agrarh!an (adjective)

  1. Agrarian.
  2. Rural.

Agrarh!an!zm (noun)

  1. Agrarianism.

Agz (noun)

  1. Axe. (Mah zambah habganna an agz!)
  2. The letter X.

Agzabah (noun)

  1. October

Agzahra (adverb)

  1. Exactly.

Agzang (noun)

  1. Deed.
  2. Action.
  3. Behavior.

Agzang (verb)

  1. To do.
  2. To act.
  3. To practice.

Agzbarn (noun)

  1. Fire Station. (Axe-building)

Agzbra!n (verb)

  1. To explain.

Agzg (verb)

  1. To ask.

Agzrah (noun)

  1. X-ray.

Ah

Ah (preposition)

  1. Of.

Ahbgrag (noun)

  1. Upgrade.
  2. Update.

Ahhhh (interjection)

  1. Yes.

Ahmran (verb)

  1. To become.

Ahn (preposition)

  1. To.
  2. In.

Ahn!nn (preposition)

  1. Within.

Ahnna (preposition)

  1. Into.

Ahn-na-ahn (preposition)

  1. Between.

Aham (interjection)

  1. Ahem.

Ahnran (verb) see also Grahm

  1. To come.

Ahnzgaarh (adverb)

  1. Instead of.

Ahrh!man (noun)

  1. Ahrhiman.

Anamah (noun)

  1. Animal.

Am

Am (verb)

  1. To be.

Aman (interjection)

  1. Amen.

Amaz!ng (adjective)

  1. Amazing.

Ambarga (noun)

  1. Embargo.

Ambraz (verb)

  1. To embrace.
  2. To accept.

Amarh (verb)

  1. To love. (G-Zaz nah amarh harmanz. G-Zaz amarh zambahz!)

Ambrang (verb)

  1. To follow.
  2. To believe.

Ambrang (noun)

  1. Belief.

Ambrangam (noun)

  1. Follower. (Mazzaham-am am barhahbra!n g!az gab mah ambrangamz amarh mah nabrazzaz.)

Ammmm (interjection)

  1. Ummmm.

An

An (article)

  1. A. (Grab an azzbag.)

An (conjunction)

  1. And.

An!m (noun)

  1. Soul.
  2. Spirit.

An!m!zm (noun)

  1. Animism.

Anaam (adjective)

  1. Unique.

Anazarh (noun)

  1. Another.

Anazambah (pronoun)

  1. Anyone.

Anazang (noun)

  1. Anything.

Ang!na (noun)

  1. Heart attack.

Ang!rb!ranz (noun)

  1. Interference.

Angrah (adjective)

  1. Angry.

Anh (conjunction)

  1. And.

Anmrh (noun)

  1. Unlife.
  2. Undeath.
  3. Zombification.

Ann (preposition)

  1. On.

Annagamz (interjection)

  1. Any time!

Annarazhan (adjective)

  1. Interesting.

Annarnazhannarh (adjective)

  1. International.

Anragz (adverb)

  1. Joyfully.
  2. Happily.

Anrah (adverb)

  1. Only.

Ar

Ara

Arab (noun)

  1. Arab.

Aragh (adverb)

  1. Alright.
  2. All right.

Aranzh (noun)

  1. Orange. (color)
  2. Orange. (fruit)

Arahn (preposition)

  1. Around.

Arahn Gah Bragh (phrase)

  1. Erin Go Bragh, i.e. "Ireland forever." For Irish zombies.

Arg

Argaharh (noun)

  1. Alcohol.

Arghazzm (noun)

  1. Orgasm.

Arh

Arh (conjunction)

  1. Or.

Arm

Arm (noun)

  1. Arm.

Armahbarn (noun)

  1. Fort.

Armahman (noun)

  1. Soldier.

Arn

Arn (verb)

  1. To own.
  2. To control.

Arrh (adjective)

  1. Old.

Arra!gn (verb)

  1. To call someone before a court to answer for an indictment.
  2. To accuse someone of wrongdoing.

Arragzang (noun)

  1. Tradition.

Arrah (adjective)

  1. Early.

Arrang (noun)

  1. Along.
  2. With.
  3. Alongside. (Barg bra!nz arrang mah zambah. - Eat brains alongside me.)

Arz

Arza (adverb)

  1. Also.
  2. Too.

Arzhahm (adjective)

  1. Awesome.

Az

Az (conjunction)

  1. As.

Az (noun)

  1. East.

Azgha!b (noun)

  1. Escape.

Azgaban (noun)

  1. Prison.
  2. Shackleville.

Azgama (noun)

  1. Inuit.
  2. Eskimo.

Az!an (adjective)

  1. Asian.

Azz (noun)

  1. Ass.

Azzarh (preposition)

  1. Over. (azzarh zaarh, - over there)

Azzbag (noun)

  1. Seat. (Grab an azzbag.)
  2. Cushion.

Azzbangarh (noun)

  1. Sodomite.
  2. Necrophiliac.
  3. Zombie who rapes humans.

Azzgraahn (noun)

  1. Assclown.

Azz!gn (verb)

  1. Assign.

B

B!

B!g (noun)

  1. Pit. (Bragh ragh B!g - 'Black as the Pit')

B!g (adjective)

  1. Large.

B!gbarn (adjective)

  1. Large Building.

B!gam!z (noun)

  1. To commit bigamy.

B!gharn (noun)

  1. Emergency Broadcast System (Big radio).

B!mb (adjective)

  1. Pimp. (Maarh b!mb hazz!)

B!rg (noun)

  1. Bird.
  2. Helicopter.
  3. Airplane.

B!rznah (noun)

  1. Birthday.

Ba

Ba

Ba (preposition)

  1. By.

Bag!nah (noun)

  1. Vagina

Baa

Baa (noun)

  1. A sound made by sheep and Mrh Cows.

Baag (noun)

  1. Book.

Baagbarn (noun)

  1. Library. (book-building)

Baaggrab (verb)

  1. To read. (Mah zambah ghan baaggrab baagz. Mah zambah naghan baaggrab bra!nz.)

Baaggrabbar (noun)

  1. Literate. (book robber)

Baaggrab (adjective)

  1. To study.

Baaghazar (noun)

  1. Librarian.

Baamarang (adverb)

  1. Later.

Baamarang (noun)

  1. Boomerang.

Baamarang (verb)

  1. To leave with the intention of returning later.

Baarbaz (noun)

  1. Dolphin.
  2. Porpoise.
  3. Purpose.

Baarh (noun)

  1. Pole. (za Baarh ahn Baarh - 'from Pole to Pole')

Bab

Baba (noun)

  1. Father.

Babaghanaazh (noun)

  1. Baba ghanoush. (Mah zambah am nabra!nzbarg. Mah zambah nah barg bra!nz. Mah zambah barg babaghanaazh.)

Babah (noun)

  1. Baby.
  2. Low-level player.

Babba (noun)

  1. Lord.

Bag

Bag (adjective)

  1. Having or pertaining to doctors. Harm bag man!

Bag (noun)

  1. Doctor's bag.
  2. Collection, corpus, or database.

Bagan (verb)

  1. Begin. Has began.

Baganz (noun)

  1. Pagans

Bagbagh (adjective)

  1. Famous.

Bagbarn (noun)

  1. Hospital.

Baghgab (noun)

  1. Law.

Baghz (noun)

  1. Box.
  2. Generic object.

Baghzbarn (noun)

  1. Warehouse. (box-building)

Bag man (noun)

  1. Doctor.

Bah

Bah (adjective)

  1. Bad. (Bah harmanz!)
  2. Evil.

Bah-a!r (noun)

  1. Malaria.

Bah-bah (interjection)

  1. Goodbye. (Bah-bah, mah zambah brazzaz. Mah zambah am ganna ganna zzzz.)

Bahbra!n (noun)

  1. Brain rot.
  2. A zombie with brain rot. (Mah zambah am an Bahbra!n. Gaa harmans na-ghan raabab mah zambah.)

Bah-hambag (interjection)

  1. Bah humbug.

Bahrang (adjective)

  1. Boring.

Bahrn (verb)

  1. To burn.

Bam

Bamb (noun)

  1. Explosive.

Bam-mahbam (noun)

  1. Suicide.

Bambg!n (noun)

  1. Pumpkin.

Ban

Banana (noun)

  1. Banana.
  2. Penis.

Bananabra!n (adjective)

  1. Stupid.
  2. Foolish.
  3. Crazy.
  4. Ignorant.
  5. Thoughtless.

Bananarama (noun)

  1. Rape.
  2. Sex.
  3. Sect.

BananaRaman (adjective)

  1. Heretical.

Banazhm!n (noun)

  1. Punishment.

Bang (verb)

  1. To engage in sexual intercourse.

Bang-bahrn (noun)

  1. Flare gun.

Bang-bang (adjective)

  1. Pertaining to killing.

Bang-bang (verb)

  1. To kill.
  2. To shoot.

Bang-bang (noun)

  1. Firearm.

Bang-bangbarn (noun)

  1. Police station. (gun-building)

Bangbangarh (noun)

  1. Shooter.

Bang bang man (noun)

  1. Zombie Hunter.

Bangbra!nz (noun)

  1. Policy.

Bang-mahbang (verb)

  1. To masturbate.

Ban!zh (verb)

  1. Banish

Ban-hammarh (noun)

  1. Ban-hammer

Banzaz (noun)

  1. Flowers.
  2. Pansies.

Bar

Barb (noun)

  1. Knife.
  2. Thorn.
  3. Point.
  4. Joke.

Barbarh (noun)

  1. Barber.

Barh (noun)

  1. Bar.
  2. Baseball bat.
  3. Stick.

Baraz (noun)

  1. Paris.

Barbaga zaarz (noun)

  1. BBQ sauce.

Barbarh!an (noun)

  1. Barbarian.

Barg (verb)

  1. To eat.

Bargbarg (noun)

  1. Dog.

Bargahn (noun)

  1. Bargain.

Barggrh (noun)

  1. Feeding groan.

Bargh (verb)

  1. To barge.

Barg z!ng (noun)

  1. Food. (eat-things)

Barhah (noun)

  1. Glory.
  2. Bliss.
  3. Nirvana.

Barhahmaz (noun)

  1. Christmas.

Barhahbarn (noun)

  1. Cathedral. (Barhah-building)

Barhahbra!n (noun)

  1. Religion.

Barhahnzaahng

  1. Weltanschauung. The system of beliefs through which a zambah sees the world.

Barhahrag (noun)

  1. Relic.

Barhahraz (noun)

  1. Heaven. (Barhah-kingdom)

Barn (noun)

  1. Building.
  2. Office Building.
  3. Barn.

Barnbarn (noun)

  1. Farmhouse.

Barnaaz (adjective)

  1. Bernaise. (sauce)

Barragazh (noun)

  1. Barricades.

Barrag (verb)

  1. To barrage.

Baz

Bazaarh (noun)

  1. Mall.

Baza (adjectve)

  1. Busy.

Bazg (noun)

  1. Dusk.
  2. Twilight.

Bazg (verb)

  1. To bask.

Bazgha (noun)

  1. Easter. (from the Greek Pascha)

Bazhan (noun)

  1. Vision.

Bazzang (interjection)

  1. A cry of defiance or joy.

Bg

Bgaz (conjunction)

  1. Because.

Bh

Bhang (noun)

  1. Bhang

Bhannam (noun)

  1. Phoneme.
  2. Letter (alphabet).

Br

Bra

Bra (noun)

  1. Bra.

Braag (noun)

  1. Blood. Abzarb braag!

Braagh (adjective)

  1. Proud.

Braagh (noun)

  1. Pride.

Braaghrah (adverb)

  1. Proudly.

Braagzga!nz (noun)

  1. Bloodstains.

Braam (noun)

  1. Broom.

Braambarh (noun)

  1. Broomstick.

Braaz (interjection)

  1. Please. (Braaz namrh mah zambah. - Please kill me.)

Brabag (noun)

  1. Breast.

Brabram (noun)

  1. Problem. (Nah brabram!)

Brag (verb)

  1. To brag.

Braggz (noun)

  1. Bridge

Bragh (adjective)

  1. Black.

Bragram (noun)

  1. Programme.

Brahman (noun)

  1. The Hindu concept of the supreme spirit.

Brahm!n (noun)

  1. A member of the highest caste.

Brahngagah (noun)

  1. Vendetta.

Brahzzaz (noun)

  1. Comrades.

Bran (noun)

  1. Bran.

Brang (verb)

  1. To bring. (Grab zam, anh brang zam haarh!)
  2. To give.
  3. To lead.

Brar (verb)

  1. To play.

Brarah (noun)

  1. Flower.

Bra!nbag (noun)

  1. Head.
  2. Hat.

Bra!nbarn (noun)

  1. School. (brain-building)
  2. University.

Bra!nbarnang (noun)

  1. Learning.
  2. Education.

Bra!nb!rg (noun)

  1. Owl. (brain-bird)

Bra!ngab (noun)

  1. Thought.

Bra!ngab (verb)

  1. To think.

Bra!ngrab (verb)

  1. To know.
  2. To understand.

Bra!nz (noun)

  1. Brains.
  2. Food.

Bra!nzbarn (noun)

  1. Restaurant. (food-building)

Bra!nz Rag (noun)

  1. Brain Rot.

Bra!z!ng (noun)

  1. Braising. The act of cooking with low heat.

Brazzah (noun)

  1. Brother.
  2. Comrade.

Brazzan (noun)

  1. Present.

Brazza-habban (noun)

  1. Fraternization. (brother-having)

Brb

BRB (interjection)

  1. Be right back.

Brr

Brrrrh (adjective)

  1. Cold.

Brrrg!ng HARRRRR!!!' (expletive)

  1. Bl@@dy Hell!
  2. F***ing Hell!

G

G!

G!az (pronoun)

  1. Which.

G!b (verb)

  1. To kill. (from the gaming slang term "gib") (Ah g!b abara harman Ah z.)

G!bz (noun)

  1. Kills. (Mah zambah haz mannah g!bz.)

G!gagram (noun)

  1. One million kilograms.

G!zz (noun / verb)

  1. Kiss. (G!zz mah azz, harman!)
  2. Jizz. (semen)

G-

G-zazbarn (noun)

  1. Church. (Jesus-Building)

Ga

Ga!

Ga!n (verb)

  1. To gain.
  2. To join. (Ga!n an gang an gaa am ganna ga!n. - Join a group and you will profit.)
  3. To profit. (Ga!n an gang an gaa am ganna ga!n. - Join a group and you will profit.)

Gaa

Gaa (pronoun)

  1. You (singular). (Gaa am gamma namrh, harman!)

Gaam (noun)

  1. Game.

Gaaz (noun)

  1. Cow.

Gaazarz (noun)

  1. The Florida Gators basketball team.

Gab

Gab (noun)

  1. Language.
  2. Text.
  3. Talk.

Gab (verb)

  1. To talk. As in the zombie joke, "Gabbah gabbah, BANG!"
  2. To give. G-Zaz gab gargazz.

Gabba (noun)

  1. Chapter.
  2. Gabber music.

Gabbah gabbah (verb)

  1. To gobble up. Gabbah gabbah gargazz!

Gabbahgabbah (noun)

  1. Speech.

Gabban (noun)

  1. Discussion.

Gabgab (noun)

  1. Language.

Gag

Gag (verb)

  1. To be quiet

Gag (noun)

  1. Joke

Gaga (adjective)

  1. Infatuated.

GaGab (noun)

  1. Worship.
  2. Prayer.

GaGab (verb)

  1. To worship.
  2. To pray.

Gagarah (noun) see also Graggrag

  1. A duck. (from russian)

Gagzarh (noun)

  1. Doctor.

Gah

Gahhahngg (verb)

  1. To defend.

Gahn (adjective)

  1. Gone.

Gahzazambah (noun)

  1. Zombie linguist.

Gam

Gam (noun)

  1. Gem.
  2. Stone.

Gamahnran (adjective)

  1. Next.
  2. Coming.

Gambag Raza!b (noun) see Hambagh Rar!b

  1. Combat revive.

Gambarman (noun)

  1. Compartment.
  2. Section.

Gamma (noun)

  1. A letter of the Greek alphabet.
  2. A type of radiation.

Gamz (noun)

  1. Time.
  2. The ages.

Gan

Ganarazharh (noun)

  1. Generator.
  2. Power.
  3. Machine.

Ganarazharhbarn (noun)

  1. Factory. (generator-building)

Gang (noun)

  1. Horde.
  2. Group.

Gangbang (noun)

  1. Feeding frenzy.
  2. Orgy.

Ganna (verb; auxiliary)

  1. Going to. (Mah zambah am ganna harm harmanz.)

Ganzgrabh (noun)

  1. Conscript.

Ganzgrabh (verb)

  1. To conscript.
  2. To draft.

Gar

Garaz (adjective)

  1. Coolest. (In either the literal sense or the connotation of "neat." Also Garh (cool), Gararh (cooler).

Garh (noun)

  1. Car.
  2. Cool. (See Garaz)

Garagz (noun)

  1. Crucifix.
  2. Cross.
  3. Garage.

Garb (noun)

  1. Clothes.

Garbahz (noun)

  1. Garbage.
  2. Junk.

Garbahzbarn (noun)

  1. Junkyard. (junk-building)

Garhbarn (noun)

  1. Auto Repair Shop. (car-building)

Garbh (noun)

  1. Golf.

Gargazz (noun)

  1. Dead body. (G-Zaz zah-- am mah gargazz.)
  2. Carcass.

Gargazzb!rd (noun)

  1. Crow (Carcass-bird)

Garghan (noun)

  1. Guardian.
  2. Protector.

Garn!zh (verb)

  1. To decorate, esp. food

Gaz

Gaz (noun)

  1. God. (Aaah mah gaz.)

Gazga (noun)

  1. Cat. (from Russian koshka)

Gazh (noun)

  1. Gash.

Gh

Ghaarh (verb)

  1. To care. (Mah zam nah ghaarh - 'I don't care')

Gham (verb)

  1. To rise. Mazzah am gham! (probably from the Arabic qam)

Ghan (verb; auxiliary)

  1. To be able to. (Mah zambah ghan barg bra!nz.)

Ghazh (noun)

  1. Money.
  2. Cash.

Ghazhbarn (noun)

  1. Bank. (cash-building)

Ghanghz (noun)

  1. To thank

Gn

Gnazh (verb)

  1. Gnash.

GNN (noun)

  1. CNN. (Mah zambah mmmm GNN. - I like CNN.)

Gr

Gra

Graagh (verb)

  1. To test.
  2. To talk.
  3. To speak
  4. To pontificate.

Graang (noun)

  1. Ground.

Graan (adj)

  1. Green.
  2. Safe. (R!gh H!hhz am graan. - Wyke Hills is safe [for survivors].)

Graanbarn (noun)

  1. Safehouse.

Grab (verb)

  1. To grab. (Zmazh an grab!)
  2. To attack. (Grab arm, harm man!)
  3. To take.
  4. To get.
  5. To acquire.
  6. To buy.
  7. To purchase.

Grag (noun)

  1. Clock.

Graggrag (noun)

  1. Duck.

Graham (noun)

  1. Cracker.

Grahm (noun)

  1. Crom. Some zombies worship Crom because they know what is best in life.

Grahm (verb)

  1. To come. (Grahm arrang! - Come along)

Grahn (verb)

  1. To groan. (Mah zambah grahn - I groan.)

Gram (noun)

  1. A unit of measurement

Gramma (noun)

  1. Grandmother.

Grammar (noun)

  1. Grammar.

Granba (noun)

  1. Grandfather.

Granraba (noun)

  1. Whisky. (Glenlivet)

Grarrah (noun)

  1. Glory.

Grazz (pronoun)

  1. You. (pl.)
  2. Y'all.
  3. You'uns.
  4. You guys.

Grazzaz (noun)

  1. Glasses.

Grazhaz (adjective)

  1. Gracious.

Graz!ng (verb)

  1. Grazing.

Grh

Grh (preposition)

  1. With.

Grh!mm!zh (noun)

  1. Grimace.

Grn

gRNA (noun)

  1. Guide ribonucleic acid.

Gz

gzhaah (greeting)

  1. Ciao.

H

H!

H!gh (adjective)

  1. Up.
  2. High.

H!ghbarn (noun)

  1. Tower. (tall-building)

H!ragana (noun)

  1. Japanese writing system.

Ha

Ha!

Ha!h (noun)

  1. Hail. (greeting.)
  2. Hail. (showery precipitation in the form of irregular pellets or balls of ice.)

Ha!h (verb)

  1. To greet.
  2. To unleash showery precipitation in the form of irregular pellets or balls of ice.

Ha!r (noun)

  1. Hair.

Ha!rbra!n (adjective)

  1. Harebrained.

Haa

Haah (adverb)

  1. How.

Haahabarh (adverb)

  1. However. (Haahabarh mazh gamz bah-bah haz - 'However much evil the ages have')
  2. But.

Haar (noun)

  1. Hour.

Haar (verb)

  1. To hire.

Haarh (adverb)

  1. Here. Grab zam, anh brang zam haarh!

Haarz (noun)

  1. Hair.

Hab

Hab (verb)

  1. To help.

Hab bahnz (noun)

  1. Hit Points.

Habbabaghamaz (noun)

  1. Hippopotamus.

Habbagambaz (noun)

  1. Hippocampus.

Habbah (adjective)

  1. Happy.

Habbah hangrah (verb)

  1. To eat.
  2. To dine.
  3. Bon Appetit!

Habban (verb)

  1. Having.

Habbanan (noun)

  1. Happening.
  2. Happenstance.
  3. Circumstance. (Hhan mah Habbanan grabz mah bra!nz - 'When Circumstance clutches me')

Habbannah (verb)

  1. Have Not.
  2. Ain't.

Habganna (noun)

  1. Desire.

Habganna (verb)

  1. To want.

Hag

Hag (noun)

  1. Hug.

Hag (verb)

  1. To hug.

Hagz (epithet)

  1. Hags. Essentially any denigrating epithet used toward women. (Harmanz grammaz arh hagz!)

Hagg!n (verb)

  1. Hugging.
  2. Sex. (slang)

Hagg!z (noun)

  1. Haggis.

Ham

Ham (noun)

  1. Ham.
  2. Home.

Hammarh (verb)

  1. To attack.
  2. To hammer. (Hammarh zah barrigazh, mah zambah brazzarz!)

Han

Hang (verb)

  1. To hang.
  2. To loom. (Am hangan Harrarh - 'The Horror looms')

Hangarh (noun)

  1. A place where airplanes are kept.

Hangman (noun)

  1. Executioner.
  2. Word game.

Hangrah (adjective)

  1. Hungry.
  2. Angry.

Hanz (noun)

  1. Hand.

Har

Har (pronoun)

  1. Her. Grab her! (rare)

Haraam (adjective)

  1. Haraam. A food that cannot be eaten by zombies of the muslim faith.

Harhar (noun)

  1. Joke.

Harm (noun)

  1. Harm.

Harm (verb)

  1. To harm. Harm bang bang man!

Harman (noun)

  1. Survivor.
  2. Mortal.
  3. Human

Harmanzgar (noun)

  1. Volkswagen.

Harmbargarz (noun)

  1. Hamburgers.

Harn (noun)

  1. Horn.
  2. Phome.
  3. Radio transmitter.
  4. Bullhorn.

Harrah grazz (interjection)

  1. Here it goes.

Harrangaz (adjective)

  1. Hollandaise. (sauce)

Harrarh (noun)

  1. Horror. (Zah harrarh, zah harrarh!)

Harrazz (verb)

  1. To harass.
  2. To pester.
  3. To annoy.

Haz

Haz (verb)

  1. Have.

Hazarmz (adjective)

  1. Mighty.

Hazbrabagz (noun)

  1. Girl.
  2. Female.
  3. Woman.

Hazmanbagz (noun)

  1. Boy.
  2. Male.
  3. Man.

Hazz (noun)

  1. Hat. (Maarh b!mb hazz!)

Hazzah (interjection)

  1. Huzzah. (Zah harmanz am namrh! Hazzah!)

Hb

HB (noun)

  1. HP. (Mah zambah haz mannah HB.)

Hh

Hh!gh (noun)

  1. Fight.

Hh!gh (verb)

  1. To Fight.

Hhan (adverb)

  1. When.

Hhahan (adverb)

  1. If.

Hr

Hranz (noun)

  1. Friends.

M

M!

M!azma (noun)

  1. Miasma

M!bbarh (noun)

  1. Fiddle.

M!g! bagh (noun)

  1. Mixed-bag.

M!gran (noun)

  1. Migraine.

M!n!m!z (verb)

  1. To minimise.

M!n!m!zm (noun)

  1. Minimism.

M!rh (noun)

  1. Peace. (from the Russian mir)

M!rhazzan (adjective)

  1. Peaceful.

m!RNA (noun)

  1. Micro ribonucleic acid.

M!zarrang!ng (verb)

  1. Misarranging.

M!zra!z!ng (verb)

  1. Raising one's children in an improper manner.

M-

M-ahhrr (noun)

  1. Cat.

Ma

Ma!

Ma!gz (noun)

  1. Maid.

Ma!m!ng (verb)

  1. Maiming

Maa

Maag (verb)

  1. To make.

Maam (noun)

  1. Ma'am.

Maan (noun)

  1. Moon.

Maanz (verb)

  1. To moan. (nah maanz! - 'Don't moan!')

Maaz- (prefix)

  1. Most.

Maazmannah (adjective)

  1. Most.

Mag

Maganana (noun)

  1. Macarena.

Magaz!n (noun)

  1. Magazine.

Maggang (verb)

  1. To build.

Magma (noun)

  1. Magma.
  2. Lava.

Magrabhan (noun)

  1. Microphone.
  2. Person of North African descent. (pejorative)

Mah

Mah (pronoun)

  1. Possessive pronoun.

Mah zambah (pronoun)

  1. I.
  2. Me.

Mah zambah brazzahz (pronoun)

  1. We.
  2. Us.
  3. You. (pl.)

Mah zambah brazzahz ahn zazzaz (pronoun)

  1. We. (formal)
  2. Us. (formal)
  3. You. (pl.) (formal)

Mahgang gaar (noun)

  1. Mating call.

Mam

Mama (noun)

  1. Mother. (sometimes in figurative meaning)

Mamaaz (adverb)

  1. Almost.

Mamba (noun)

  1. A zombie dance.
  2. A venomous snake.

Man

Man (noun)

  1. Human.

Mana (noun)

  1. Magical power.

Manag!ng (noun)

  1. The act of managing something.

Manbag (noun)

  1. Male purse.
  2. Testicle.

Manga (noun)

  1. Japanese comic books.

Mangah (verb)

  1. To munch.

Mangang (verb)

  1. To maintain.
  2. To keep.

Mannarz (noun)

  1. Manners.
  2. Etiquette.

Mannah (adjective)

  1. Many.
  2. Much.
  3. Very.

Mann!zh (adjective)

  1. Mannish.

Manzhanbarn (noun)

  1. Mansion.

Mar

Maranara zaarz (noun)

  1. Marinara sauce.

Mararana (noun)

  1. Marijuana.
  2. Drug.

Margarh!n (noun)

  1. Margarine, a butter substitute.

Margarh!za (noun)

  1. Margarita.

Marg!n (noun)

  1. Margin.

Marh (adverb)

  1. More.

Marharhahar (noun)

  1. Motherfucker.

Marh-z (noun)

  1. Mercy. (Nah marh-z, harmanz!)

Marh!mba ('noun')

  1. Marimba.

Marnang (noun)

  1. Morning.

Marrara (adverb)

  1. Merrily.

Marzan (noun)

  1. Malton.

Maz

Maz (auxiliary verb)

  1. Must.

Mazagaam (noun)

  1. Forum.
  2. UDWiki.

Mazagaam (verb)

  1. To metagame.

Mazah (noun)

  1. Mercy.

Maz hab (verb)

  1. To need.

Mazh (adjective)

  1. Much.

Mazhamarah (adverb)

  1. First. (from Amharic mejameriya)

Mazza (noun)

  1. Master.

Mazzagrh (verb)

  1. To massacre.

Mazzah (noun)

  1. Christ. Mazzah am gham!
  2. Messiah.

Mazzaham (noun)

  1. Christian.

Mazzaham-am (noun)

  1. Christianity.

Mazzag!ng (noun)

  1. The act of massaging.

Mm

Mmmm (adverb)

  1. Tasty. (Harmanz bra!nz arh mmmm...)

Mmmm (verb)

  1. To like. (not obligatory about food) (Zambahz mmmm bra!nz!)
  2. To enjoy.

Mr

Mrh

Mrh (noun)

  1. Life.

Mrh (verb)

  1. To live. found mostly as the imperative, Live!

Mrh? (interjection)

  1. What?
  2. Who?
  3. When?
  4. Where?
  5. Why?
  6. Revive me, please.

Mrh-baggaz (interjection)

  1. Why?
  2. Wherefore?

Mrh-banana (noun)

  1. Revivification syringe.

Mrhbarn (noun)

  1. Necrotech building.
  2. Revive clinic.

Mrh-man (noun)

  1. Reviver.

Mrh-manz (noun, plural)

  1. Survivors with Revival Skills.
  2. Necrotech staff.

N

Nahm-nah (noun)

  1. Cookies.

Grahm-nah (noun)

  1. Crackers.

N!

N!gh

  1. Night.

N!ngah (noun)

  1. Ninja.
  2. Trenchcoater.

Na

Na (article)

  1. No.

Na (interjection)

  1. No.

Na (verb; imperative)

  1. Don't.

Na- (prefix)

  1. Not. A prefix that is frequently used in kiZombie.

Na-ahn (preposition)

  1. Without (location).

Na-ahnna (preposition)

  1. From.
  2. Out of. Brang mah zambah brazzahz na-ahnna bang bang man

Na-ann (preposition)

  1. Under. (not on)

Na-Z (adjective)

  1. Invisible.

Naagz (noun)

  1. Note.

Nab

Nab!g (adjective)

  1. Small.

Nabah (adjective)

  1. Good.

Nabah-ahnran (interjection)

  1. Welcome.

Nabarh (adverb)

  1. Never.

Nabarmang (noun)

  1. Nevermind.

Nabarn (noun)

  1. Open land. (No-building)
  2. Street.
  3. Wasteland.
  4. Monument.
  5. Carpark.
  6. Park.

Nabarzarazz (adverb)

  1. Nevertheless.

Nabgaz (adverb)

  1. Although.
  2. While.

Nabra!nzbarg (adjective)

  1. Vegetarian. (Mah zambah nah barg bra!nz. Mah zambah barg babaghanaazh. Mah zambah am nabra!nzbarg.)

Nabragh (adjective)

  1. White. (not-black)

Nabrazzaz (noun)

  1. Enemy. Mazzaham-am am barhahbra!n g!az gab mah ambrangamz amarh mah nabrazzaz.

Nag

Nag (noun)

  1. Horse.

Nag (verb)

  1. To pester.

Naga (noun)

  1. A mythical being, half-man and half-snake.

Nagbarn (noun)

  1. Stables. (horse-building)

N!ggah (noun)

  1. Friend.
  2. African. (not discriminatory)

Naghan (verb; auxiliary)

  1. To be unable to. (Harmanz naghan barg bra!nz.)

Nagrabz (interjection)

  1. Please.

Nah

Nah (verb; auxiliary)

  1. Doesn't. (Mah zambah nah harmz azarh zambahz.)

Nah (adverb)

  1. Not.

Nahaarh (adjective)

  1. Away. (Ran, harmanz! Ran nahaarh arh mah zambah brazzarz am ganna barg gaa!)

Nahabbah (adjective)

  1. Unhappy.
  2. Sad.

Nahabbah-gab (noun)

  1. Complaint.

Naharman (noun)

  1. Immortal.

Nahgh (verb)

  1. To knock.

Nahgz (verb)

  1. To need. (Mah zambah nahgz marh bra!nz!)

Nahh!gh (noun)

  1. Peace.
  2. Submission.

Nahh!gh (verb)

  1. To make peace.
  2. To submit.

Nah-haarh (adverb)

  1. Nowhere.

Nah-namrh (adjective)

  1. Undead.

Nahran (adjective)

  1. Restricted.

Nam

Namannah (adjective)

  1. Few.

Nambah (noun)

  1. Number.

Namrh (adjective)

  1. Dead.

Namrh (verb)

  1. To die.

Namz (noun)

  1. Name.

Nan

Nanagrab (verb)

  1. To reject.

Nar

Narh (noun)

  1. North.

Naran (verb)

  1. To stay.
  2. To remain.

Naz

Naz (adjective)

  1. Nice. (Mah zambah am an naz zambah.)

Naz!ng (noun)

  1. Nothing.

Naz!zm (noun)

  1. Nazism.

Na-zhanna (adjective)

  1. Dark. (not shiny)

R

Ra

Ra!

Ra!n (noun)

  1. Rain.

Ra!rbarn (noun)

  1. Railway Station. (Rail-Building)

Ra!z!n (noun)

  1. Raisin

Raa

Raah (verb)

  1. To row.

Raag (adverb)

  1. Like.

Raabab (verb)

  1. Revive.

Rab

Rab (verb)

  1. To love.

Rabah (noun)

  1. Lover. Mah zambah rabah.

Rabaz (noun)

  1. Ruckus.

Rabaz (verb)

  1. To make a ruckus.

Raba!rh (verb)

  1. Repair.

Rabazaman (noun)

  1. Revolution.

Rabbah (noun)

  1. Rabbi.
  2. Robber. (Gaa RNA Rabbahz am bananabra!nz! - You Necronet employees are fools!)

Rabb! (noun)

  1. Rabbi.

Rabb!n!zm (noun)

  1. Rabbinism. The collective Rabbinic teachings and traditions.

Rabrarah (noun)

  1. Library.

Rabzar (noun)

  1. Lobster.

Rag

Ragabazh (noun)

  1. Idler. (ragabash)

Ragargan (preposition)

  1. Regarding.

Ragg (noun)

  1. Leg.

Ragg-garb (noun)

  1. Pants. (Ragg-garbz am bah! - Pants are evil!)

Ragg-hanz (noun)

  1. Foot. (leg-hand)

Ragg-hanz-garb (noun)

  1. Shoe.

Ragh (adjective)

  1. Correct.
  2. Right.

Rah

Rahb (noun)

  1. Lord. (British Title)

Rah nah (noun)

  1. Now.
  2. Right Now.
  3. Immediately.
  4. Today.

Rahz (verb)

  1. To rush.

Rahzrrragz-an (noun)

  1. Resurrection. Zambah G-zaz am Rahzrrragz-an!

Ram

Ram (noun)

  1. Ram.
  2. Lamb.
  3. Rum.

Ram (verb)

  1. To ram.
  2. To attack barricades.
  3. Sheep, lamb, or ram, as in the popular zombie nursery rhyme Marrah haz hra babbah ram (Mary had a little lamb)

Ramram (verb)

  1. To demolish.

Ramramz (noun)

  1. Demolition.

Ramambarh (verb)

  1. To remember.

Ran

Ran (verb)

  1. To go. Ran Gaazarz!
  2. To run.
  3. To flee. Ran, harmanz! Ran nahaarh arh mah zambah brazzarz am ganna barg gaa!

Ranz (verb)

  1. To be in charge of
  2. to run

Ranbagz (noun)

  1. Mail.

Ranzag (noun)

  1. Ruin.

Ranzag (verb)

  1. To ransack.

Rar

Rarazh (noun)

  1. Relish. (food)

Rarn (verb)

  1. Learn. (Harmanz nabar rarn.)

Raz

Raz (noun)

  1. West.

Razagrang (noun)

  1. Recycling.

Raznazah (noun)

  1. Difference. (from Russian raznica)

Razz (noun)

  1. Tease.

Razz!ah (noun)

  1. Raid.

Rh

Rh!bz (noun)

  1. Ribs.

Rh!gh (noun)

  1. Light.

Rh!mzhab (noun)

  1. Rim job

Rh!n (verb)

  1. To win.

Rh!z!zanz (noun)

  1. Resistance. (ie. Ragrabang R!z!zanz!)

Rh!zzan (verb)

  1. To listen.

Rhabarb (noun)

  1. Rhubarb.

Rhah (prounoun)

  1. What.

Rn

RNAh (noun)

  1. Ribo-nucleic acid.

Rngrrn (noun)

  1. Penguin.

Rr

Rra!nz (noun)

  1. Ruins.

Rrahrh (adverb)

  1. Very. (Ahm rhahrh rrhnrrh.)

Rrhnrrh (adjective)

  1. Lonely. (Ahm rhahrh rrhnrrh.)

rRNAh (noun)

  1. Ribosomal ribonucleic acid

Z

Z (verb)

  1. To see.

Z-bagz (noun)

  1. Eyes.

Z!

Z!gzag (verb)

  1. To zigzag.

Z!gma (noun)

  1. Sigma. (Greek letter)

Z!gn (noun)

  1. Spray can.

Z!gn (verb)

  1. To spraypaint.

Z!n (noun)

  1. Sin.
  2. Wrongdoing.

Z!n (verb)

  1. To sin.

Z!nam!n (noun)

  1. Cinnamon.

Z!namabarn (noun)

  1. Cinema.
  2. Movie Theater.

Z!ng (verb)

  1. To sing.
  2. To remark.

Z!ng!ng (noun)

  1. Singing.
  2. Music.

Z!ngz (noun)

  1. Things.

Z!rh!ng (noun)

  1. Ceiling.

Za

Za-

Za- (prefix)

  1. Possessive prefix.

Za!

Za!b!n (adverb)

  1. Saving.
  2. Except.

Zaa

Zaa (preposition)

  1. To. (directional) Mah Barhah brangz zah zambahz zaa zah bazaar.

Zaagarh (noun)

  1. Seeker.

Zaan (adverb)

  1. Soon.

Zaarh (noun)

  1. Soul. (na ganna bang-bang mah Zaarh - 'My soul can't be destroyed')

Zab

Zabab (noun)

  1. Suburb

Zabra (noun)

  1. Zebra

Zag

Zagzaz (noun)

  1. Success.

Zagzazbah (adjective)

  1. Successful.

Zah

Zah (article)

  1. The. (Hammarh zah barragazh!)
  2. That.

Zah (noun)

  1. South.

Zahah (interjection)

  1. Uh-huh.

Zahmarrah (noun)

  1. Tomorrow.

Zahmhaarh (adverb)

  1. Somewhere.

Zahnz (verb)

  1. To dance.

Zahnzbarn (noun)

  1. Club. (dance-building)

Zahnz!n (adjective)

  1. Dancing.

Zahrh (noun)

  1. Tour.

Zahrhbarn (noun)

  1. Hotel. (tour-building)
  2. Motel.

Zahz (verb)

  1. To say. (Zambah zahz nah.)

Zahzgaarh (adverb)

  1. There.

Zam

Zam (pronoun)

  1. Them. (Grab zam, anh brang zam haarh!)
  2. They.
  3. It.

Zam (noun)

  1. Zombie.

Zamarrah (noun)

  1. Tomorrow.

ZaMarzan (noun)

  1. Maltonite.

Zambarg! (noun)

  1. Government of zombies.

Zambah-bazhann (adjective)

  1. Racist. (zombie-bashing)

Zambrara (noun)

  1. Hat. (sombrero)

Zamgamz (adverb)

  1. Sometimes.

Zamgrh

  1. kiZombie. (may refer to Death Rattle linguistics in general)

Zamha!n

  1. Samhain.

Zamm (adjective)

  1. Some.

Zamrhm (noun)

  1. Poetry.

Zan

Zan (noun)

  1. Sun.
  2. Son.

Zanraaz (noun)

  1. Sunrise.
  2. Dawn.

Zanzat (noun)

  1. Sunset.

Zanzhan (noun)

  1. Sunshine.

Zang (noun)

  1. Song.

Zangz (interjection)

  1. Thanks.

Zangrh!ah (noun)

  1. Sangria.

Zar

Zarang (verb)

  1. To sort. Zarang Zambrara -- Sorting Hat.

Zarbraz (verb)

  1. To surprise.
  2. To parachute.

Zargar (noun)

  1. Zerger.

Zarman (noun)

  1. Sermon.

Zarrah (noun)

  1. Sorry.

Zarzarah (noun)

  1. Philosopher.
  2. Sorcerer.

Zaz

Zazzab (interjection)

  1. What's up?

Zazzahz (noun)

  1. Sisters.

Zazzazh (noun)

  1. Sausage.
  2. Male reproductive organ.
  3. Intestines.

Zb

Zbaan (noun)

  1. Spoon.

Zbah (noun)

  1. Spy.

Zbam (noun)

  1. Spam.

Zbazhah (adjective)

  1. Special.

Zbazhaha (adverb)

  1. Especially.

Zg

Zg!n (noun)

  1. Skin.
  2. Fleece.

Zg!zz (noun)

  1. Skills.

Zgaarah (adjective)

  1. Scary.

Zgaarh (noun)

  1. Place.

Zgabzah (noun)

  1. Sculpture.
  2. Decoration.
  3. Monument.

Zgabzahbarn (noun)

  1. Museum. (Sculpture-Building)

Zgrh!bh (noun)

  1. Script.

Zgrh!h (noun)

  1. Squid.

Zgraarh (noun)

  1. Scroll.

Zgrabga (verb)

  1. To write.

Zh

Zh!m Baam (noun)

  1. Bourbon. (Jim Beam)

Zh!n (noun)

  1. Shin.

Zh!na (noun)

  1. Dish.
  2. Ceramics.
  3. China.

Zh!zh-gabab (noun)

  1. Shish-kebab.

Zhaag (noun)

  1. Shade. (am hangan Zhaag - 'The Shade looms')

Zhaag (verb)

  1. To shake.

Zhaar (verb)

  1. To share.

Zhaarzh (noun)

  1. Church. (Group, not building.)

Zhaarzhman (noun)

  1. Clergyman.
  2. Saint.

Zhaaz (verb)

  1. To show.

Zhabbang (noun)

  1. Shopping.

Zhabbang (verb)

  1. Assault on a mall.

Zhabz (noun)

  1. Ship.

Zhag (noun)

  1. Hair.

Zhag (verb)

  1. To have sex.

Zhaman (noun)

  1. Shaman.

Zhaman!zm (noun)

  1. Shamanism.

Zhamb (verb)

  1. To jump.

Zhan (verb)

  1. To shine.

Zhangha! (verb)

  1. To shanghai.
  2. To press gang.
  3. To kidnap.

Zhangha!!ng (noun)

  1. Shanghaiing.
  2. Kidnapping.
  3. Usurping.

Zhanna (adjective)

  1. Shiny.
  2. Bright.

Zhanra (adverb)

  1. Gently.

Zhanz (noun)

  1. Chance. (Hhan mah Zhanz haz manna bang-bangz - 'when Chance bludgeons me greatly')

Zharam (noun)

  1. Serum.

Zharazahra (noun)

  1. Territory.

Zhazna-gab (adverb)

  1. Really. (from Russian chestno, 'honestly' and gab-- 'to speak honestly')

Zm

Zmag (verb)

  1. To smoke. (Mah zambah am ganna zmag zamm mararana. - I am going to smoke some marijuana.)

Zmagma (noun)

  1. Smegma.

Zmargazbarg (noun)

  1. Smorgasbord.

Zmarm (noun)

  1. Smarm.

Zmazh (verb)

  1. To smash.

Zn

Znaagah (adjective)

  1. Sneaky.

Znag (noun)

  1. Snow. (from Russian sneg)
  2. Snag.

Znah (noun)

  1. Snow.

znRNA (noun)

  1. Small nuclear ribonucleic acid.

Zz

Zzzz (verb)

  1. To sleep.
  2. To sway.

Zzzzargh (noun)

  1. Nightmare.

Zzzzbarn (noun)

  1. Dormitory.

Zzzzhhhh (verb)

  1. Quiet. Used in the imperative, like "Shhhh!!!!"

Zzzz-gab (noun)

  1. Dream.

Proper Nouns

Names

Abraham, Abram

  1. Founding patriarch of the Israelites

Abba

  1. The musical group Abba.

Abzarb zaAmharmanz

  1. Elixir of Life.

Ahab

  1. Captain of the Pequod.

Am!r! Bananaman

  1. Emily Dickinson.

Amarrah Ragazzah

  1. Emeril Lagasse.

Ananz!h

  1. Anansi, an African trickster god

Anna

  1. A female given name.

ANA-HAARga Baaggrabz Gang

  1. The Quartly Study Group.

Anrah Aggazah

  1. Andre Agassi.

Azarh!arh

  1. Hank Azaria.

Babarh

  1. Babar. King of the elephants.

Baraz Hargan

  1. Heiress to the Hotel Fortunes.

Barbara

  1. Barbara.

Barbamarz

  1. Voldemort.

Barbrah Ahn

  1. Barbara Ann.

Barhah

  1. (roughly) The Glory of Zombification.

Brahmz

  1. Johannes Brahms.

Bra!nman Znaab

  1. Professor Snape.

Gha!n Aazgan

  1. Jane Austen.

Grab an Barg

  1. Gryffindor.

Graga Mahah

  1. Draco Malfoy.

G-zaz

  1. Jesus.

Gagarh!n

  1. Yuri Gagarin.

Hab an Bab

  1. Hufflepuff.

Hagarh

  1. Handmaiden of Abraham.
  2. Sammy Hagar, rock musician.
  3. Hagar the horrible, cartoon viking.

Haggah-Baggah

  1. The Hokey-Pokey.

Hannah-Barbarrah

  1. Hanna-Barbera animation studios.

Harrah Bahbra!nz

  1. Harry Potter.

MG Hammar

  1. MC Hammer.

Nagaraz Brahma

  1. Nicholas Flamel.

Rab an Grarh

  1. Ravenclaw.

Zabarman

  1. Superman.

Zarz

  1. Sears.

Zarzarahz Gam

  1. Philosopher's Stone.
  2. Sorcerer's Stone.

Zgrabbarh

  1. Scrabble.

Zhaar

  1. Cher.

Zhaarzh zaRahzrrragz-an

  1. The Church of the Resurrection.

Z!zaran

  1. Slytherin.

Toponymns

In Malton

A list of locations that can be death-rattled by zombies

Arr Arrgam

  1. Old Arkham.

Bagganbr!hh

  1. Buttonville.

Barhabarr

  1. Barrville.

Braagzbrhh

  1. Brooksville.

Braghmarh / Braghmarr

  1. Blackmore.

Ghargar Mahh

  1. Caiger Mall.

Gargazzb!rdbang

  1. Crowbank.

Gragg Haagz

  1. Grigg Heights.

Nah Arrgam

  1. New Arkham.

R!gh H!hhz

  1. Wyke Hills.

Ragaban

  1. Yagoton.

Raganbang

  1. Reganbank.

Ragrabang

  1. Ridleybank.

Razh Grahzaagh

  1. West Grayside.

Zhaarbang

  1. Shearbank.

Zharh H!hhz

  1. Shore Hills.

!zanbah

  1. Eastonwood.

Elsewhere

Amrhga

  1. America.

Arab!arh

  1. Arabia.

Arm!n!arh

  1. Armenia.

Azz-Grabban

  1. Azkaban.

Bahamaz

  1. The Bahamas.

Barrnaz

  1. Bollnäs, Sweden.

Bazra

  1. Basra, Iraq

B!rm!ngham

  1. Birmingham

Braaghbagh Maangan

  1. Brokeback Mountain.

Brzg!am

  1. Belgium.

Gamb!arh

  1. Gambia.

Ghana

  1. Ghana.

Habana

  1. Havana.

M!zar

  1. Mizar.

Nam!b!arh

  1. Namibia.

Nragara

  1. Niagara Falls.

Zanzabar

  1. Zanzibar.

Events

B!g-Bahz

  1. Big Bash.

Marrh Zahrh

  1. Mall Tour.

Ragnaragh

  1. Ragnarok.

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