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treespeak

Treespeak was a slang spoken by Le-Matoran of various islands.1

Notes

The Le-Matoran were the only Matoran with a special language of their own. Le-Koro slang acted like a code to keep their enemies from knowing what they were saying; naturally, it also confused their friends.2

The Le-Matoran of Le-Koro spoke to each other in a dialect of their own called "treespeak."3

Expressions2

Cloudsneaking
Under cover of the clouds
Darktime
Dangerous or sad times
Deepwood4
Deep in the jungle
Downtree
Lower in the tree
Everquick
Very fast
High-flying
Airborne
Highjump
Leap
Highlifting
Elevating
Leafdawn
Springtime
Lifedawn
Youth
Lowduck
Crouch
Quickdodge
Difficult to strike
Sunsoaring
Flying high above the treetops
Topleaf
As high as the treetops
Treebound
Unable to fly
Uptree
Higher in the tree
Wayfinder
Navigator

Other Expressions

airflying
"If you ride with me, there'll be no footwalkin'... just airflyin'."4
firespitter
Used to refer to Ta-Matoran4
footwalking
"If you ride with me, there'll be no footwalkin'... just airflyin'."4
heartpromise
"But then I'll go to your village, Jaller. Heartpromise."4
quicklearning
"Then today's for quicklearnin'."4
sorrybad
"The drums of Le-Koro bring a sorrybad story."4
spiritlift
"If Toa Lewa helped on your search, might he be a spiritlift?"4
wayfind
"How will this wayfind the Makuta?"4
windfly
"Ever windfly a Gukko bird?"4