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quality

The following dictionary entries are tagged quality:

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abizeneí, a. Dysfunctional or withdrawn, suggesting depression or worry.
akelí, a. Average (in quality).
alegúlí, a. Familiar or prominent; easily recognized.
aléhé, v. To rob of all effectiveness; to make irrelevant or impotent.
alémoí, a. Powerless; having no effect; futile; inapplicable.
alyerezí, a. Not more; not further.
azhoí, a. Elementary; easy.
azonedí, a. Distinctive; easily distinguished.
bosekhrí, a. Colorful.
deknotinu, n. Clothing aesthetics; popular fashion.
didtehé, v. To sharpen an idea or image; to bring something into focus; to rehearse; to practice.
efeshelé, v. To deserve blame.
efeshestu, n. Blame.
eginu, n. Spectrum.
egúlildtu, n. Ambiguous property.
érezai, adv. Mostly; predominantly; largely.
éyernatúé, v. To decrease.
éyernúé, v. To increase.
ézelhé, v. To make perfect.
faru, n. Amount, either quantitative or qualitative.
femboseí, a. Exotic and valuable.
fenúlí, a. Exotic; not found locally.
foí, a. Complicated; intricate; displaying high internal connectivity; complex; not easy.
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
gemfrí, a. Lacking sufficiency; nowhere near enough.
genalí, a. Instant.
gend-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a vowel.)
genda-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a consonant.)
gendagí, a. Relative measurement; not taken from zero.
gendamotí, a. Haphazard; undirected; formless; disorderly; tasteless; uncultivated.
gendé, v. To lack; to be without.
gendikí, a. Lacking in style or cohesion; haphazard; inelegant; uninspired.
gennúí, a. No more; no additional.
gloí, a. Gone, null, missing, vanished.
hakreselé, v. To deserve in reward for blood purity.
hakresso, n. Inherent worth by religious value of blood.
iflu, n. Flaw.
ighnotu, n. Sensibility; worldview; spirit; outlook.
ilakhtí, a. Typical.
izzí, a. Mere.
kadushí, a. Important.
kantí, a. Pure.
keldothí, a. Hoarse; wavering; uneven due to exasperation or exhaustion.
kelerí, a. Too much; too many.
kelhé, v. To make very strong; to hone.
kelithí, a. Loud; bellowing; boldly suggesting.
kelmoí, a. Very powerful; very effective; very sturdy; very strong.
kelpeftí, a. Extremely ripe; on the verge of going bad, but not yet bad in any way; at the latest point of maximum greatness.
kenzí, a. Distant.
kenzu, n. Distance; extent.
kewalí, a. Slow.
kipagí, a. Absolute measurement; taken from zero.
klí, a. Excessive; note also the adverbial form klai ("excessively").
liboí, a. Diverse.
linz-, pre. Very little; barely any.
lis-, pre. Minimizer; compare the more common sole-.
lisi-, pre. Minimizer (before a vowel).
minilí, a. Unique.
míyekhtí, a. Unique.
moí, a. Powerful; effective; sturdy; strong; appropriate.
moihé, v. To strengthen or improve something.
motu, n. Aesthetic.
-motu (2), suf. Aesthetic study of ~, fashion pertaining to ~, manner of ~ (N to N).
narezí, a. Not more.
natúlí, a. Unusual, exotic.
navrí, a. Insufficient.
nolezí, a. Not less.
núlí, a. Rare.
ofaru, n. Emotional value.
okhnotu, n. Mood; ambiance.
panfí, a. Not yet ripe; immature.
peftí, a. Ripe; full; ready.
poliptí, a. Cute.
rezuntí, a. Normal; expected.
rileselé, v. To deserve through need; to deserve.
sabaroví, a. Worthy.
sabeselé, v. To deserve in reward for divine worthiness or social achievement.
sabessa, n. Moral worth; value to society; one's standing in the eyes of the Stillai.
sartithí, a. Softly-speaking; gently suggesting.
sasithí, a. Quietly; softly-speaking.
sefrí, a. Sufficient.
-selé, suf. To deserve because of ~.
selepé, v. To earn.
senerave, n. Constraint or restriction placed on quantity or amount; limit.
seneré, v. To restrict or constrain by limiting amounts or ranges.
shefaru, n. Situational value.
shefessa, n. Meritability; inherent potential to manifest situational value (shefaru).
sheselé, v. To deserve through merit; to merit; to have earned.
sithnotu, n. Sonic texture, either musical or phonic.
sívidtu, n. Apex; highest point; best.
sohé, v. To weaken something.
sole-, pre. Few, little.
solénilí, a. Special.
somoí, a. Underpowered; ineffective; frail; weak.
sotúlí, a. Uncommon.
takúlí, a. Usual, familiar.
trobidtu, n. Nadir; lowest point; worst.
tshaitosí, a. Believed to be sufficient, but not.
túlí, a. Common.

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