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aktonekwíu, n. Public speaker, rhetorician, lecturer, intellectual, academic.
alaksekwíu, n. Someone who nods a lot; sycophant.
albedekwíu, n. Someone with a stalled career; professional procrastinator or idler.
aldekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
aledekighekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
alefínanekwíu, n. Truth-teller, pundit, wise-woman or wise-man.
aléglokwu, n. Ksreskézaian species name for the Khúsak, meaning 'warless ones'.
aléhezu, n. One who cripples another's ability to function, such as a past lover separated on inconclusive terms or a highly successful rival.
alenzegezu, n. Evacuee.
alestillindezríu, n. Blasphemer.
alestyuru, n. Hogenem (biological term).
Alfina, n. Terran culture.
Alfu, n. Terran human.
alíegezu, n. Coward.
alígezu, n. Retreating person.
alíoamezríu, n. In an unequal relationship, a partner bearing the heavier load who has lost respect for the other.
aliptedu, n. Adept.
alísogezu, n. Stalker, rapist, vicious critic.
amindé, v. To dance with a lover.
amindúa, n. Romantic dance.
amindúinu, n. Courtship.
Añglika, n. The English language.
Añglikí, a. Of English culture.
Añglinu, n. English-speaking culture.
Añglu, n. Native English speaker.
anthrabu, n. Biological term for human of Cossipian stock.
anthropa, n. Culturally neutral term for a Lyrisclensian.
anthru, n. Human.
apolí, a. Local, native, not Lilitic.
asterru, n. Human of Telaian stock.
balitro, n. Governmental ministry; corporate department or division.
bamelu, n. Someone related by blood who is loved; a generic, intimate word meaning immediate family member (usually parent or child, more rarely sibling).
bístogalsu, n. Priestess tasked with waking sleepwalkers.
Deklina, n. The leadership of the Lilitai, consisting of the Matriarch, her closest advisors, and other top-ranking appointees.
Dheñkettikí, a. Of Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettikinu, n. Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettoio, n. Tletkettioyos, the Tletkettoyic language.
Dheñkettu, n. Tletketti.
dilezu, n. Rain cloud; someone who cries a lot.
Doitséu, n. Native German speaker.
Doitsika, n. The German language.
Doitsikí, a. Of German culture.
Doitsinu, n. German-speaking culture.
domínu, n. Owner; captor; keeper.
ébamela, n. Second mother; female biological father.
efoyazu, n. Enthusiast, ardent supporter.
eftetu, n. Descendant; daughter/son; child.
egrekelu, n. Culturally neutral term for a Lilitu.
ekhtezu, n. Influence, role model, someone responsible for a life-altering experience.
émanazé, v. To choose a chooser; such as when picking between recommendations.
époteté, v. To thrive; to live with joy.
-ezu, suf. Casual or makeshift agent noun (V to N).
felozu, n. Stranger.
femboseía, n. Court favourite, courtesan, exotic, beloved one, high-value human chattel, precious (as a term of affection), etc.
flúsekwíu, n. Ideologue; propagandist.
Frasika, n. The French language.
Frasike, n. French culture.
Frasikí, a. Of French culture.
Frasu, n. French speaker.
galezu, n. Trainer, especially in performance arts or recreational activities.
galsé, v. To aid or assist.
galsu, n. Assistant or saviour.
gegloksnu, n. Hogenem (Ksreskézaian term/slur).
Gewonilfa, n. See gewonu (il fa).
gewonu (il fa), n. Meticulous fool prone to finding flaws.
gínosa, n. Culturally neutral term for a Lyrisclensian.
glatezu, n. Swimmer.
golmipekwíu, n. Censor.
haití, a. Receptive, observant, or recipient.
hakezu, n. Easily shocked person; someone with mild sensibilities.
hakrodeklo, n. King.
Helleníka, n. The Greek language, especially in the Attic or Koine dialect.
Hellenikí, a. Of the Greeks.
Helléu, n. Greek person.
Hellinu, n. Classical Greek culture.
Hespu, n. Spanish-speaking person.
Hispanike, n. Spanish culture.
Hogedepike, n. Hogedepik, the Hogenemi language.
Hogedepinu, n. Hogenemi culture.
Hogenemí, a. Of the Hogedep.
Hogenemu, n. Hogenem.
ighanflazu, n. Biological term for Pesene.
ighekwíu, n. Intellectual.
itré, v. To observe, witness, or attend an event.
kara, n. Muse.
keryekwíu, n. Government official responsible for maintaining social order.
khoskezu, n. Defiant or stubborn person; head-shaker.
Khúrafe, n. The Khúsak language.
Khúsakí, a. Of the culture of the Khúsak.
Khúsakinu, n. The culture of the Khúsak civilization.
Khúsaku, n. Individual of the Khúsak.
kílosu, n. Name.
kipestu, n. Leader, organizer, manager (particularly in a survival or governmental situation.)
kisifé, v. To orgasm.
koku, n. Impunity; freedom to decide.
kolemu, n. Attention-seeker; slut; heartbreaker.
Kossipí, a. Of Cossipian culture.
Kossipínu, n. Cossipian culture.
Kossipíu, n. Cossipian.
Ksreskézikí, a. Ksreskézaian.

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