Here are a few pronunciations. Some are Greek; some are not. A few are Hawai’ian. In my mind, the Candeon dialect has evolved a bit from original Greek, so not all of these are 100% Greek pronunciations, but they’re close.
Basileus: (Bah-SILL-ee-us), from an ancient Greek word for a king or emperor.
Basileus Agothos: (Bah-SILL-ee-us A-go-THOHs) from the Greek word agathe/a, which means “good.”
Beilsteins: (BEL-steens) from a type of jade stone mined in Germany.
Galana: (Gah-LAH-nah) from the Greek word galanos, which means “blue.”
Gevgenis: (Gev-JEN-iss) Americanized from the Greek word Evgenis, which means “noble.”
Griffin: mythical creature
Ho’onani I Ka Makua Mau: A hymn, translated in Hawai’ian. Praise God From Whom All Blessings Flow. Also known as Doxology.
Kaliméra: (Kah-lee-MAIR-ah) Greek for “good morning.”
Kalinychta: (Kah-lee-NEEhk-tah) Greek for “good night.”
Káto-kátoikoi: (KAH-toh KAH-tee-kee) Candeon vulgar slang for someone who is “less than.” Literally translates to “bottom dweller.” The term started as an insult to the deeper candeon clans that couldn’t surface very well and were seen as less sophisticated.
Karchardeus: (Kar-KAR-dee-us) from the Greek word Karcharias, which means “shark.”
Keakahana: (Kay-ah-ka-hahn-ah) from the Hawai’ian words keaka and hahana, which mean “shadow/essence” and “hot”
Kupuna: (Koo-poo-nah) A term of highest respect for a grandparent-figure who passes on Hawai’ian culture.
Kryos: (KREE-ohs) from the Greek word Krýos, for “cold.”
Magari: (Mah-GAR-ee) from the Greek word Margaritari, which means “pearl.”
Makole: (Mah-COH-lay) from the ancient Hawai’ian word Mākole, which means “red-eyed.”
Manu-o-Kū: A species of bird (white tern). Means “Bird of Kū.” Kū is the Hawai’ian god of war.
Málista kýrie: (MAH-lee-steh KEER-ee-eh): Greek for “Yes, sir.”
Massáude: (Ma-SOD) Though I’m sure he pronounces his own name in a much more accurate Brazilian way, this is the way that Haelo and others say his name.
Paku: (PAH-koo) Hawai’ian word for “veil.”
Pankyra: (Pan-KAI-rah) from the Greek words ankyra and polis, which mean “anchor” and “city.”
Pýli: (PEE-lee) Greek word for gate, crossing, and/or portal.
Pola: (POH-la) from an old Greek word for “crown.”
Ridion: (RID-ee-en) from the ancient Greek word Encheiridion, which is a special kind of war dagger.
Sideron: (SID-er-on) from the Greek word sidero, which means “iron/anchor.”
And lastly, Haelo: (Hay-loh) From the Latin name “Halo,” which means having a blessed aura. Though if I’m being honest, was serendipitous. Because when I started this story, I’d thought I’d made it up.