The Vampire language is a tongue used by intelligent vampires; namely alps, mulas, bruxae, higher vampires and in all likelihood also katakans and nosferats.

A song in this language, described as silent, shrill and spilling sickening, overwhelming horror into one's veins, was sung by Vereena to take control of Nivellen's mind.[1]

After Geralt's company left the Lyrian Army and stole from its supplies in order to survive a long journey south, Regis received a mule which he named Draakul. When asked by his human friends what it means he explained it had an amusing significance in the culture and speech of vampires but was "an untranslatable pun".[2]

Most of the vampire words in Blood and Wine expansion seems to derive from Etruscan.

Dictionary (Gharasham)

A

Vampire language English
ama to be ?
atranes ?
avile ?

C

Vampire language English
cesu ?
cleva gift

E

Vampire language English
eclthi ?

F

Vampire language English
farthana daughter

H

Vampire language English
hinthial ?

L

Vampire language English
lautni of the family ?

M

Vampire language English
marish servant
me I, me
mi my
mutna coffin (from Etruscan)

N

Vampire language English
nac as, how, so, because, then, when, why (From Etruscan)

S

Vampire language English
sech farthana step-daughter
sel to do, to make

T

Vampire language English
tesham burial (from Etruscan)
thaur tomb, sepulcher (from Etruscan)
themias ?
thi you

Z

Vampire language English
zatlath silence ?

Phrases

Vampire language English
Nac thi sel me thaur? Why did you wake me up from my tomb?

Reference

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