1)The High Prophet of Regret used to travel along with the Sangheili during the human covenant war. How do Sangheili that follow the ancient Sangheili religion (like Jul's group) , follow covenant ideals (Like 'Taralumee's group) or have abandoned their faith (like Thel) view Lod Mron in 2558?
2)Covenant ships use a 3 letter ship classification system. In a previous Q&A we learned of the letters O, R and S but we still do not know what letters C, D, P, V, A, CC, DD, or other unknown letters stand for, as well as what ship classes, outside cruisers and supercarriers, the covies use in their native ship classification system. We also do not know what the the difference between different letter order means,like RCS and CRS. Can you provide further clarification?
3)Regarding Sangheili names and language there appears to be some sort of discrepancy. While we see names like 'Barutam, Vadam, Malurok, Qikost, Urs, Karava, Lodam, QezoY'asabu, Uztet'sKelln, Khael'mothka, Saepon'kal, Parg Vol the rest of the language behaves completely differently. The ssound l is rare and ', p, th, ph, q, st, rd, qt, thk, c, v and the am, ai, ei sounds and combinations of sounds are non existent. In addition while names usually bear single vowels most Sangheili words bear long vowels (ah, aa, ee, eh, oo, oh, uh) eg: kaboonzaywah, noh, kohkoh, Dohmayinn, koore, koocha, wohchita, gahkaboonoh, etc. Furthermore ah and aa, uh and uu are synonymous while sounds like ay are pronounced differently in halo 4 and differently in halo 5's covenant prayers. Ay being pronounced as a-y/ai in halo 4 and as ey in halo 5. In short why is there such a great contradiction between Sangheili names (personal, local, planetary) and the rest of the language? Is it because of the UNSC's transliteration efforts?