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Lilitika Dictionary
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The following dictionary entries are tagged literature:

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alipkona, n. The literary essence of the coming-of-age story.
alipkonía, n. The coming-of-age plot-type; a coming-of-age story.
altoinéu, n. Library; customs and law information post.
amekona, n. The literary essence of romance.
apekaré, v. To create a work specifically for performance by, or the image of, a particular muse or model.
apekilé, v. To devote or dedicate work to a patron or muse.
berwidhinu, n. Fiction.
denelía, n. Writing room; scriptorium.
dúkona, n. The literary essence of tragedy.
dúkonía, n. The tragedy plot-type; a tragedy.
efdúkera, n. Tragic coincidence.
efokera, n. Happy coincidence; as an exclamation, remarking on a good outcome.
ekahekhtu, n. Variant, alternative form, deviation, variation.
ekhonverekíu, n. Description.
eklíyide, n. Chorus line from a fínagolo, used to remind the audience that the exchange is meant as entertainment in good faith, and is not merely an embittered argument.
étharí, a. Interwoven; interleaved; twisted together.
étshefidtu, n. Lyric; words sung.
éwilu, n. Diary.
faltúbé, v. To sing, to give music.
finagolo, n. Satirical argument built around insult humour.
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
gendamotí, a. Haphazard; undirected; formless; disorderly; tasteless; uncultivated.
gendikí, a. Lacking in style or cohesion; haphazard; inelegant; uninspired.
genédarí, a. Unrelated; not involving any common factors; separate.
Gewonilfa, n. See gewonu (il fa).
gewonu (il fa), n. Meticulous fool prone to finding flaws.
gripsu, n. The mythological griffin.
hedathé, v. To write (on a topic).
híekera, n. Ironic juxtaposition.
íalu, n. Poetic metre.
idaladí, a. Unreported, unchronicled.
idhaledí, a. Unreported, unchronicled.
ifilisúu, n. Poem of longing.
ikasogé, v. To mimic the writing style of another.
illidathé, v. To write (an essay).
illidhu, n. Essay.
illotetelíu, n. Place where ideas are developed.
illúmbelíu, n. School or lecture hall.
ilsithekhtíu, n. Monologue.
irtalní sarvíu, n. Exposition.
kara, n. Muse.
kedotru, n. Any mythological creature with a petrifying gaze.
kekhívíu, n. Epilogue.
kokona, n. The literary essence of the nostalgic or pastoral.
kokonía, n. The pastoral plot-type; a nostalgy.
kolikona, n. The literary essence of nostalgia.
kona, n. Drama; plays.
letemidtu, n. Knot; dilemma; problem; crisis.
levadwidhu, n. Dramatic irony.
matwidhé, v. (a) to meet one's future soulmate for the first time; (b) to join lives or merge two plots.
mídhu, n. The story of a person's individual fate, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
mipefé, v. To "single start"; a grammatical scheme using hé with more than one word per side.
motu, n. Aesthetic.
nassekona, n. The literary essence of the personal confession.
okhnotu, n. Mood; ambiance.
Ossidha, n. The narrative of history, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
péatsu, n. An exclamation at the start of a paragraph or speech.
pefívíu, n. Prologue.
pivitu, n. Clause.
pokona, n. The literary essence of comedy.
pokonía, n. The comedy plot-type; a comedy.
rafí, a. Written.
ristu, n. Protagonist.
saléuthé, v. To write a detailed story from a shorter or less literary source.
sarnokona, n. The literary essence of the moral tale.
sarnokonía, n. The moral tale plot-type; a moral tale.
sarthebé, v. To author.
sarvidtu, n. Plot event.
sarvíekhte, n. Format of a work of art.
sarvíu, n. Plot.
shútwiziku, n. Fatalism.
sírívíu, n. Moment of climax; the peak of a series of events.
siskorré, v. To vilify.
sistu, n. Deuteragonist.
stíloé, v. To write; to pen (a text).
súpto, n. Short poem, usually reflecting on an immediate situation.
taltsithekhtíu, n. Dialogue.
tatúlu, n. Version, revision.
telmeziyu, n. Situational irony; when the result of an action is contrary to the expected result.
telmidtu, n. Half-knot; plot twist.
telzokona, n. The literary essence of suspense.
thestokona, n. The literary essence of satire.
tshemsé, v. To sleep, trance, or be hypnotized by remembering a fond memory one is reminded of by artistic performance.
tshentwidhinu, n. History.
tshentwidhoinéu, n. Museum.
vekhravé, v. To suddenly shift in tone or mood, especially for dramatic effect (bathos).
vekhroleté, v. To edit; to refine (while preserving the original goal).
vekhrumbé, v. To endow with meaning; to establish a goal.
wekella, n. Legend or myth (of Lilitic origin).
wekello, n. Legend or myth (of Ksreskézaian origin).
wemnokona, n. The literary essence of the heroic epic.
widathé, v. To write (a story).
widhildtu, n. Story, either historical or fictional.
widhiní, a. Fictional or historical.
widhinu, n. Literature; the sum of fictional and historical accounts.
widhu, n. Book; story.
wistu, n. Character.
wu, n. Spirit, adventure, energy, tenacity, storytelling.
yônillu, n. Dimwit, idiot, or fool.

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