|Posted by [Co-Owner] Spirit of Silverfang on May 10, 2015 at 7:35 PM|
● Touching noses - “I like you!”
● Lick on the cheek - “I really like you.”
● Lick on the ear - Comforting.
● Lick on forehead - “I love you!” / “Will you be my mate?”
● Brushing tail on back or flank - Calming.
● Lick under/on belly - “I want kits.”
● Touching nose to cheek - “I’m happy for you” / Comforting.
● Nuzzle - Comfort / “You’re hilarious!” (The second is for mates)
● Touch nose to cheek - “I’m glad you’re here.” (For lovers)
● Lick own chest fur - To hide embarrassment.
● Lick on the shoulder - Respect.
● Lick on the tail - “Will you be my mate?”
● Lick on the paw - “You are my friend!”
● Lick below the chin - “I want you forever!”
● Lick on the nose - “Do you want to play?”
● Rubs tail anywhere - Flirty, comforting or curious.
● Rubbing against you - “I like you.” / “Don’t worry.” / “I love you.”
● Licking constantly - Cleaning.
● Flat ears - “Back off!”
● Bares teeth - “Get away from me!"
● Lunging at you - “Back off now!”
● Roll on your back - “You are stronger than me, I respect you.”
● Tail tucked - Scared.
● Growling/Hissing/Spitting - Angry or accenting
Tail Held Erect - Stop.
Tail Rippling - Move forward, with care.
Tail Held Erect and Sweeping from side to side - Retreat Silently.
Tail Pointing Low, Parallel to ground, and sweeping - Spread Out.
Tail Bobbing - Enemy Sighted.
Tail Hooked - Danger.
Tail Pointed - Go That Way.
Tail held Erect and waving from side to side - Stay Behind Me.
Tail Kinked over Back - Follow Me.
Apprentices: A cat of six moons or older, in training to become a warrior. Name always ends in paw.
Crow-Food: Rotting food.
Dark Forest: An evil cat who has died, they do not go to StarClan, but to the Dark Forest.
Deputies: Like a secondary leader to the clan—a warrior with special privileges that is higher than all cats except for his leader and medicine cats.
Elders: Warriors that have retired as a result of a disability or old age.
Fox Dung: An insult; stronger offense than mousebrain.
Fresh-Kill: Recently killed prey.
Gatherings: A meeting that the Clans hold together in peace every full moon.
Greencough: A severe chest infection that can be fatal to elders and young kits.
Greenleaf Twolegplace: A place where twolegs live, but only in the summer.
Halfbridge: A dock/pier.
Horseplace: Fields and stables near the lake where the half-tamed cats live.
Housefolk: A kittypet's name for its human.
Kits: Kittens; cats of six moons or younger. Always end in kit.
Kittypet: A house cat.
Leaders: The most powerful cat in a Clan; has nine lives and always ends in star. Leads the clan and does ceremonies.
Loner: A cat that peacefully lives on its own in one place, but doesn't defend its territory.
Medicine Cats: The healers of the clan, the highest authority except for the leader. They're the closest to Starclan.
Monster: Usually refers to twoleg machines, such as cars and bulldozers.
Moon: One month, or four weeks. (Half moon = two weeks; Quarter moon = one week.)
Moonhigh: The time of night when the moon is highest—usually midnight.
Mousebrained: Not very smart.
Mouse Dung: An insult; stronger offense than Mousebrained but less offense than Fox Dung.
Nofurs: Another name for twolegs.
Queens: A pregnant she-cat, or a she-cat that's nursing kits.
Rogue: A potentially hostile cat that lives outside the clans, and never stays too long in one place.
Sharing Tongues: A term used to describe cats grooming each other.
Silverpelt: The Milky Way Galaxy; the stars.
Sun-Drown-Place: The sea to the west, where the sun sets.
Thunderpath: A road.
Twoleg Nest: A twoleg house.
Twolegplace: A human town/city.
Twolegs: The Clans' name for humans.
Upwalkers: Another name for Twolegs.
Warriors: Full members of the Clans.
Whitecough: A mild chest infection.
Mouselength - About an inch
Kittenstep - Less than an inch
Rabbitlength/Taillength - About a foot
Foxlength - About a yard
Times and Seasons (Explained more)
Leaf-bare - The season of winter
Newleaf - The season of spring
Greenleaf - The season of summer
Leaf-fall - The season of autumn
Quarter-moon - A week
Moon - A 28-day period (one full moon to another), a month
Moonhigh - 12 o'clock a.m. (midnight)
Sunhigh - 12 o'clock p.m. (noon)