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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
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n. Higgs Boson.
Aidtôko, n. Iraq.
Aigípto, n. Egypt.
Aithíopía, n. Ethiopia.
Akasha, n. Epithet of Rostyaekía meaning "unenslaved."
Akatshova, n. Monday, the second day of the Gregorian week.
Akhaní Koría, n. South Korea.
Akhúôntría, n. Afghanistan.
Aldzharía, n. Algeria.
Alestanova, n. March, the third month of the Gregorian calendar.
Alestéa, n. The goddess of destruction.
Alfina, n. Terran culture.
Alfossa, n. Earth (poetic); contrast Terra and Alfí Didta.
Alfu, n. Terran human.
Alfí Didta, n. Another name for Earth, commonly abbreviated Alfí'dta.
Alfí stulitrika, n. Symmetrical kinship system; see Lilitic Kinship.
Alíegepekhtía, n. Large post-marriage ritual; see Lilitic Marriage.
Alísogía'l Trotúzasa, n. Annual ceremony honouring Rostyaekía.
Améa, n. The goddess of love.
Aménova, n. April, the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar.
Amétalía, n. Romance, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Amétshova, n. Friday, the sixth day of the Gregorian week.
Andodta, n. Andorra.
Antíkwa hé Barvada, n. Antigua and Barbuda.
Atetalía, n. Childhood, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Atshogía'l asa Neptrúekha, n. The Dawn of the Ghosts, an annual séance and remembrance ceremony.
Atshénova, n. Sunday, the first day of the Gregorian week.
Atvôdzhova, n. Tuesday, the third day of the Gregorian week.
Ayíta, n. Haiti.
Añglika, n. The English language.
Añglikí, a. Of English culture.
Añglinu, n. English-speaking culture.
Añglu, n. Native English speaker.
Añglía, n. England.
Añgûla, n. Angola.
Badtvédo, n. Barbados.
Bedlapelía, n. Iceland.
Belgaría, n. Bulgaria.
Bolivía, n. Bolivia.
Brúnaia, n. Brunei.
Bénina, n. Benin.
Bísoa, n. Guinea-Bissau.
Damake, n. Denmark.
Darika, n. Sarthían belief system supposing that the Stillai compose Ossidha by crafting midhai, not by directly manipulating Etharine; so-named for the threads (darei) that connect a thela to a Stilla's true self in Lerossa.
Dashro, n. A military starport on Ksreskézo, noteworthy for its involvement in the Lilitic evacuation.
Deklina, n. The leadership of the Lilitai, consisting of the Matriarch, her closest advisors, and other top-ranking appointees.
Dekléréka, n. Day of Ithovíha, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Deztranova, n. August, the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar.
Dheñkettikinu, n. Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettikí, a. Of Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettoio, n. Tletkettioyos, the Tletkettoyic language.
Dheñkettu, n. Tletketti.
Doisseia, n. 'The place where we found and built our home'.
Doitse, n. Germany.
Doitsika, n. The German language.
Doitsikí, a. Of German culture.
Doitsinu, n. German-speaking culture.
Doitséu, n. Native German speaker.
Domíníka, n. Commonwealth of Dominica.
Domíníkí Klitramazína, n. Dominican Republic.
Dzhaméka, n. Jamaica.
Dzhemesselía, n. The annual Festival of New Romance.
Dzhíbúte, n. Djibouti.
Dégurí Lepshúnelía, n. Ivory Coast.
Dútéa, n. The goddess of misery.
Ekhessanova, n. July, the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar.
Erdanno, n. Jordan.
Erítréa, n. Eritrea.
Estonía, n. Estonia.
Etharine, n. Web of interlinked causal chains.
Feplemika, n. Psychology based on the assumption that Sarthían theology reflects universal truths about the mind.
Frasika, n. The French language.
Frasike, n. French culture.
Frasikí, a. Of French culture.
Frasu, n. French speaker.
Frasía, n. France.
Fíyelapía, n. Liechtenstein.
Fíyerúsía, n. Belarus.
Gabôno, n. Gabon.
Gahôna, n. Guyana.
Gambía, n. The Gambia.
Gewonilfa, n. See gewonu (il fa).
Ghaní Koría, n. North Korea.
Ginía, n. Guinea.
Glota, n. Ksreskézo's moon.
Gléréka, n. Day of Zeltetéa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Grínéda, n. Grenada.
Gôna, n. Ghana.
Hayatría, n. Armenia.
Hella, n. Greece.
Hellenikí, a. Of the Greeks.
Helleníka, n. The Greek language, especially in the Attic or Koine dialect.
Hellinu, n. Classical Greek culture.
Helléu, n. Greek person.
Hespu, n. Spanish-speaking person.
Hindía, n. India.
Hispane, n. Spain.
Hispanika, n. The Spanish language.
Hispanike, n. Spanish culture.
Hispanikí, a. Of Spanish-speaking culture.
Hogedepike, n. Hogedepik, the Hogenemi language.

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