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Lilitika Dictionary

The following dictionary entries are tagged combat:

aledekighé, v. To improvise.
alemúrolebí, a. Harmless.
alestúra, n. Arm blade; a slashing weapon strapped to the underside of the forearm.
alsoileríu, n. Blunt object; any weapon that is thrown or used for bashing.
alsoipúé, v. To bash.
avôkúé, v. To charge into battle.
bavepé, v. To whip (usually with a tail.)
bedzúsu, n. Region of highest activity; thick.
búterku, n. Military facility; fortress; castle.
dipuré, v. To stab or pierce.
dipúru, n. Stabbing tool; any sharp object used as a weapon for stabbing.
egnipúé, v. To shoot a gun or bow, or trigger a catapult.
egríu, n. Gun; any weapon that fires a projectile with a force other than that imparted on it by the user's muscles.
éhíñkeku, n. Camaraderie.
ekkedé, v. To beat (violently).
epombalo, n. Armor.
fembúré, v. To irradiate or expose to harsh, harmful light.
fladipé, v. To claw.
flovipúé, v. To throw.
fôbahé, v. To evade.
gegloko, n. War.
geglokodeklo, n. Warlord or commander-in-chief.
géloho, n. Military engagement; skirmish; (euphemistically) war.
gembúré, v. (a) To crush (physically); (b) (from gembé) to harm with promises.
glostahé, v. To march; to parade.
glosté, v. To march; to parade; to escort (transitive).
hídta, n. Fighter spacecraft.
híñké, v. To fight.
íntsno, n. Traitor; assassin; backstabber; deceiver.
kalamipé, v. To shove, to knock down, to push down.
kekhloko, n. Duel.
kelfasé, v. To loosen.
kerekazhé, v. To tear into strips.
khostipé, v. To kick.
levadé, v. To cut into halves; to split.
levatké, v. To make a show of defiance or challenge toward someone; especially a biological threat response which is confrontational.
mifidé, v. To choke.
mimarekhtu, n. Accuracy.
mimarí, a. Accurate.
mipé, v. To impact, strike, or hit (as a projectile or blunt object).
mipedu, n. Target; a thing or person to be struck.
mipúé, v. To use to attack.
mivêdtí, a. Precisely aimed or described.
múbé, v. To bleed or to give blood.
múbedu, n. Blood.
múfídu, n. Slashing tool; any sharp object used as a weapon for slashing.
múfídúé, v. To slash.
múrínedu, n. Poison.
múrolebí, a. Harmful.
múrthé, v. To roast; to burn (to slash at with heat.)
múrúenu, n. Weapon.
neptsalkzé, v. To murder.
rinimarí, a. Inaccurate.
rinvêdtí, a. Imprecisely aimed or described.
sabloko, n. Victory.
sabteda, n. Won battle; victory.
sabtúbé, v. To win.
teksipé, v. To head-butt.
thedegu, n. Tooth.
thedúré, v. To bite.
todzhé, v. To die honourably.
vêdtitu, n. Precision in aim or description.
veñgahé, v. To hide (reflexive or from something).
vesaké, v. To be defeated.
vézu, n. Methodology; strategy.
viradé, v. To cut; to abruptly stop or break.
viradelía, n. Sports arena commonly used for several styles of knife fighting; or more specifically the surface on which fighting occurs.
viradu, n. Blade.
wembaru, n. Taser; specifically, any of several related baton-like weapons that convey an electric shock from one end on contact.
wembúré, v. To electrocute or expose to an electrical current.
wemné, v. To confront (less formal.) Contraction of wistemné.
wistemné, v. To confront.
zelossé, v. To sacrifice.
zhombé, v. To punch.
zhovu, n. Fist.
zíyumesha, n. Vendetta; vengeance.