The Divine Language

interpreted and developed by t. leah fehr

Usage

www.divinelanguage.com is intended for ENTERTAINMENT PURPOSES ONLY. The 'Divine Language' is a fictitious language created by Luc Besson and Milla Jovovich, and is NOT intended for biblical, historical, literary, linguistic, etymological or factual usage.

Copyright

'The Divine Language', 'The Fifth Element', 'Leeloo' and any and all references pertaining to the book, film or actors are owned by Luc Besson and/or Columbia Pictures © 1997, including the presence of any and all video and images. 

The contents of this site and/or available downloads are derived from an independent and unofficial interpretation of the Divine Language; www.divinelanguage.com is a fan-site only and is NOT sponsored by Luc Besson, Gaumont or any affiliates thereof. This site and its contents are for strictly non-profit use ONLY. 

Any and all words and definitions appearing within this site and/or available downloads which originated in the script by Luc Besson, the publications of Luc Besson or Terry Bisson, the soundtrack by Eric Serra, or the film The Fifth Element (Copyright © 1997 Gaumont. All Rights Reserved.), are for reference purposes only and are not owned by this site author. All sources accredited herein. 

Any and all word derivations, translations and pronunciations appearing within this site and/or available downloads that did not originate in the script by Luc Besson, the publications of Luc Besson or Terry Bisson, the soundtrack by Eric Serra, or the film The Fifth Element (Copyright © 1997 Gaumont. All Rights Reserved.), are Copyright © T. Leah Fehr, 2013 unless their indisputable existence prior to 2007 can be substantiated. 

The term 'Divinian', in reference to 'The Divine Language' of 'The Fifth Element', is Copyright © T. Leah Fehr, 2013 as it is not derived from any known source for similar reference.

Translations

All translations are speculative. Many translations were derived from existing internet sources sited herein (See Sources). Remaining translations were based on research and conjecture by the site owner and her collaborative team and are Copyright © T. Leah Fehr, 2013 unless provided by any external source cited herein or indisputable existence prior to 2007 can be substantiated.

Pronunciations

All pronunciations are speculative, with the exception of those expressed in the original film.