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Lilitika Dictionary

The following dictionary entries are tagged government:

aktonelío, n. Hearing; court session; administrative hearing; or a room or building in which such proceedings occur.
alepokoizildra, n. Libertarianism.
aleponu, n. Freedom.
alítoneka, n. Protest (event).
altúkwíu, n. Informant.
-amazínu, suf. System of government (N to N).
anlezelío, n. Place where administrative functions (government) are performed.
anlezu, n. Government clerk.
apodra, n. Disobedience or lack of faith in leadership; faith in libertarianism.
balitro, n. Governmental ministry; corporate department or division.
bízanlé, v. To delegate work.
bizano, n. Bulletin board; chore rota; duty roster.
émanazé, v. To choose a chooser; such as when picking between recommendations.
flokina, n. Riot or violent protest.
galselío, n. Place where essential services (healthcare, policing, disaster management, etc.) are provided.
glostahé, v. To march; to parade.
golmipekwíu, n. Censor.
gozibístu, n. Anarchy.
-ibístu, suf. System of control (N to N).
kareníu, n. Clerk.
kelamazínu, n. Gerontocracy.
keryekwíu, n. Government official responsible for maintaining social order.
khoskezu, n. Defiant or stubborn person; head-shaker.
kipestu, n. Leader, organizer, manager (particularly in a survival or governmental situation.)
klitramazínu, n. Democracy.
koimoigu, n. Police officer.
koizellí trafúekwíu, n. Legal scholar (archaic).
koizellidtu, n. Law.
koizelliku, n. Legal canon.
koizildra, n. Political ideology.
koizrakwíu, n. Legal scholar.
letekséo, n. Crown.
lidra, n. Yearning for cooperation; faith in collectivism or communism.
litrakoizildra, n. Collectivism; communism.
litramazínu, n. Oligarchy.
mazewíu, n. Decision-maker; any minister or autocrat involved in deciding legislation.
míldra, n. Obedience or faith in leadership; faith in authoritarianism.
mílitradzhu, n. Empire.
mítevíu, n. Head of state.
mitibístu, n. Autocracy.
mitradzhu, n. Empire.
mítrakoizildra, n. Authoritarianism.
mitramazínu, n. Populist/socialist democracy.
múbedamazínu, n. Monarchy (rule through blood.)
rezaní, a. Responsible.
rizaitu, n. Legal or social right.
rizilé, v. To require (by law or some ruleset).
soidra, n. Optimism; faith in progressivism.
soiwalena, n. Progressive revolution or coup.
stardzhu, n. Nation.
stílegidtu, n. Guideline.
stílegiku, n. Guidebook.
surkoizildra, n. Progressivism.
thedra, n. Yearning for independence; faith in individualism or anarchism.
thelkoizildra, n. Individualism; anarchism.
tsheldra, n. Pessimism; faith in conservatism.
tshelkoizildra, n. Conservatism.
tshelwalena, n. Reactionary revolution or coup.
tureponé, v. To exile.
veñkorré, v. To abdicate.
zanlé, v. To bring about justice.
zanlekína, n. Justice.
zanlekíúbé, v. To justify; to give reasoning why something is just.
Zelaisithina, n. Judiciary.
zelvanlé (alañgrikhe), v. To bring about justice.
zeyetí amúbekhtína, n. Balanced kindness; social empathy.
zígembé, v. To place trust in someone making a promise; usually used with leaders.
zígíté, v. To react to a state of leaderlessness; usually to choose a new leader.
zílúgíté, v. To react to a state of ineffectual leadership or similar.