Dry it! What in the lights are you thinking? That's my rotting bird, you rock!
are known for being polite and never cursing. Nothing could be farther from the truth, though. The fact that they sing instead of talking does not mean that Druidic
doesn't have their own swear words. However, it's true that their swearing words tend to be related to nature, which people outside their communities can find hilarious, especially when they try to translate them to other languages.
The following table lists ten terms, translated into English from Druidic, with their meaning.
||Expresses big, usually sudden, discomfort.
||It gives emphasis to the modified noun and to the sentence in general.
||Referring to someone who is stubborn or incompetent.
|Piece of [rotting] leaf
||Don't misinterpret it, being a piece of leaf is the offensive part. Being a full green leaf would be good. Druids just like being plants.
|To be snow
||To be annoying. Example: "Don't be snow!"
|To be hot
||To be evil, in reference to the fact that fire kills forests. Example: "The president is ignoring us again. He's rotting hot!"
|What in the lights?
||Expression that denotes extreme surprise. The "light" refers to spirits, which always shine with a dim pulsating light.
||Used as a synonym for "dense". Can be applied to a person or to a person's mind. Example: "You have a cloudy mind today".
|To be rain on someone's skin
||Used when someone is pleased with something. Example: "Being with you is like rain on my skin"