Brief Dictionary of Hilichurlio

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Martí Micolau
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Brief Dictionary of Hilichurlio is one of the Genshin Impact books.


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Dedicated to my granddaughter, who will one day be called "Ella". He's probably the most eccentric person in our family history, but he's also the most lovable.

This dictionary will only be helpful in situations where you desperately need to communicate with a Hilichurl. By serving only as a reference, we are not responsible for the possible consequences after the communicative act.

If you want to learn hilichurlio, it is advisable that you use official educational materials, such as my next basic hilichurlio manual.

Greetings and etiquette:

Yes Yes Yes: 1) Good, very good. 2) Dialogical resource that shows indifference, similar to "ah, okay". 3) Very / much, the / the most (superlative).

Note: "Dada upa" means "very high / big mountain".

Ika ya / Ika yaya / Ya ika / Yaya ika: 1) Bad person (s)!

Note: In case the Hilichurl yells this phrase, it is advisable to land a good blow if you are confident enough. If not, run away.


1) Like, want.

Note: It is highly unlikely that you will hear a Hilichurl tell you that they like it. Therefore, the most appropriate thing in most cases is to interpret it with the meaning of "wanting".

Useful vocabulary:


1) Plant, grass, fruit. Unpleasant thing.

Note: Besides referring to "eating grass", "Moshi gusha" also represents discontent.

However, if a Hilichurl says "Gusha" to you, you must look at his tone of voice to judge whether he wants fruit, rice or wheat, or if he is unhappy.


1) Meat, delicious. Nice thing.

Note: "in movo lata mita / Mita in movo lata / Mita movo lata" refers to the juice of the meat. But surely you have already guessed its meaning, right, little Ella from the future?


1) This word is very difficult to explain. Take a look directly at the note below.

Note: The previously mentioned word is broken down as follows: high + fly + nominal suffix. It can mean "flying insect", "bird", "cloud", "knight scout" or "little companion thrown into the air by a big and tall Hilichurl." As you can see, it is difficult to explain.


1) Hot, hot thing, fire. 2) Sometimes "Sun", "Celi upa" without the "Upa" can simply refer to the sun.

Note: "Celi lata" is certainly a strange word to say the least. Hot and cold at the same time.

Normally it refers to something that emits light, but does not emit heat. For example, "Celi lata gusha" means "lucetta". "Celi lata" can be "firefly", "star" or "moonlight".

Kucha gusha / Unu gusha:

1) Seed.

Note: I never would have guessed that I would see myself explaining this word. In reality, the Hilichurls did not develop agriculture properly, but they have a habit of storing seeds. If they're in a good mood, they'll ever bury one. "Kucha" means "small", but with a negative connotation. "Unu" refers to the number one and a sacred word related to the Hilichurls concept of gods and the origin of life. These two words are used to refer to the seed. How interesting! By the way, if "two" is "Du", "three" is "Unu du" and "four" is "Dudu", would you be able to guess how to say "five" in hilichurlio?

The correct answer is "Mani", a word that also means "hands" and "physical labor".


1) Solid, hard.

Note: In Hilichurlio, "Upa Sada" means "to be prepared to do something".


1) When used with certain words, it is used to designate colors.

Note: From my own experience, "Celi boya" means "red", "Gusha boya" means "green", "Lata boya" means "blue", "Nini boya" means "white", "Nunu boya / Sama boya" means "black" and "Unu buoy", "yellow".

Time and directions:

Aba mosi dada:

1) Moment understood from the moment one gets up until the noon meal.

Camel breast motion:

1) Beautiful stretch of time from after lunch at noon to sunset.

Mosi aba nunu:

1) Period from sunset to late at night.

Nunu camel:

1) Early morning.

Big ya zido away ?:

1) Where is that puppy?

Note: After careful thought, you have decided that I will not include Hilichurli addresses in this dictionary. The Hilichurls do not have a specific direction, so all they say is "in front", "behind", "left" and "right". But if a Hilichurl responds to you with any of them, it depends on their attitude towards you. If the relationship is not favorable, they will refer to themselves.

The most advisable way to determine directions is to use a map, use this phrase to ask them and have them indicate the direction.

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