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Orcish; O dialeto Orc!
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Here are a few common orcish phrases and words, for which the translations have been officially confirmed by Blizzard:

* "Aka'Magosh" = "A blessing on you and yours"
* "Bin mog g'thazag cha" = "I will protect you"
* "Dabu" = "I obey"
* "Dae'mon" = "Twisted soul" ; appears to be used in the same way as Man'ari in Draenei.
* "Dranosh" = "Heart of Draenor"
* "Gar'mak" = "Anguish"
* "Gol'Kosh" = "By my axe"
* "Grombolar" = "Bowels of the giant"
* "Grommash" = "Giant's Heart"
* "Kagh!" = "Run!"
* "Lak'tuk" = "Suffering"
* "Lo'Gosh" = "Ghost Wolf"
* "Lohn'goron" = "Hero's Sojourn" [2]
* "Lok-Narash" = "Arm yourselves"
* "Lok-Regar" = "Ready for orders" [1]
* "Lok'tar!" = "Victory!" (A war cry. Also a greeting while in combat.)
* "Lok'tar ogar" = "Victory or death" (A war cry)
* "Lok'amon" = Traditional orcish song sung about starting a family.
* "Lok'tra" = Traditional orcish song sung about a battle.
* "Lok'vadnod" = Traditional orcish song sung about the life of a hero.
* "Mag'har" = "Uncorrupted" BtDP 355, brown-skinned orcs based in Garadar in Nagrand.
* "Mok'nathal" = "The Sons of Nath" (honorable title)
* "Nagrand" = "Land of Winds"
* "Oshu'Gun" = "Mountain of Spirits"
* "Swobu" = "As you command"
* "Throm-Ka" = "Well met" (A greeting.)
* "Trk'hsk" = "Bloodshed in battle" (some orcs in the Durnholde area use the word with a different meaning, namely "that sacrificed to the earth" in order to make crops grow.)
* "Zug-zug" or "Zug zug" = Acknowledgment and agreement; roughly the equivalent of "okay".

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