Lilitika Dictionary All words in the early Lilitic language.
(aba–ale) (ale–alt) (alt–api) (api–bed) (beg–dep) (des–dzh) (dzh–ekh) (ekh–eso) (esp–fen) (fen–geg) (geg–goz) (goz–his) (his–ilm) (ilm–kar) (kar–kel) (kel–kil) (kíl–kor) (kor–lel) (lel–lit) (lit–mar) (mar–mím) (mím–múf) (múk–nat) (nat–núr) (obo–pan) (pan–reb) (reb–sab) (sab–set) (set–sít) (sit–sté) (ste–sút) (súv–tet) (tet–top) (top–tsh) (tsh–tu) (túd–ven) (ven–web) (wek–yol) (yôn–zho) (zho–zús)
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n. Hair.
yesterday
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tomorrow
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ababa, n. Co-mother, caretaker, or father.
abama, n. Co-mother, caretaker, or father.
abizeneí, a. Dysfunctional or withdrawn, suggesting depression or worry.
adazílesta, n. Nudism.
adazoka, n. Fear of nudity, especially hatred of one's own body-image, including dysmorphic syndrome.
adía, n. Breath or gentle gust of wind.
adígé, v. To tug.
adíhoé, v. To breathe.
adíhoení kotopu, n. Punctus or list-starting colon.
adikade, n. Mucus.
adísogeneía, n. Wind-chaser, a buoyant ray-like glider animal native to Thet.
adísogezo, n. Sailboat, sailing ship, or solar sail powered spacecraft.
adzheldídte, n. Timestamp.
adzhrí, a. Feminine.
afaikhu, n. Silhouette.
afdúdeza, n. Abject despair; profound sense of immaterialness or worthlessness.
afoé, v. To swallow.
afulestokha, n. Obsessive hate coloured by romantic entanglement.
ahala, n. The A vowel.
ahé, v. To change.
ahekíurivíe il warzine, n. Particle modifier; a preposition.
ahekízoka, n. Fear of change.
Aidtôko, n. Iraq.
Aigípto, n. Egypt.
ailía, n. Ear canal.
ailídta, n. Ear-tip.
ailílesta, n. Ear fetishism.
aiteke, n. Gift.
Aithíopía, n. Ethiopia.
aitzelío, n. Place of business (store, shop, etc.) belonging to a merchant.
aitzu, n. Merchant; trader.
Akasha, n. Epithet of Rostyaekía meaning "unenslaved."
Akatshova, n. Monday, the second day of the Gregorian week.
akekhí, a. Infinite; endless.
akekhía, n. Eternity; all of the future.
akelí, a. Average (in quality).
akhabemu, n. South-East.
Akhaní Koría, n. South Korea.
akhanu, n. South.
Akhúôntría, n. Afghanistan.
akoa, n. Moon.
akofama, n. Reflection of a moon, usually on water.
akoneda, n. Menstrual blood.
akonedubé, v. To menstruate.
akonílesta, n. Menstruation fetishism.
akonova, n. Lunar month.
aktoné, v. To present or plead an argument in front of a figure or assembly of authority; to protest on the behalf of.
aktonekwíu, n. Public speaker, rhetorician, lecturer, intellectual, academic.
aktonelío, n. Hearing; court session; administrative hearing; or a room or building in which such proceedings occur.
alaifoiné, v. To swallow.
alaksé, v. To dip the head indicating yes or acceptance.
alaksekwíu, n. Someone who nods a lot; sycophant.
alambeda, n. Waterfall.
alamúbeda, n. Waterfall of blood.
alane, n. Down.
alañgé, v. To go down, to descend.
alañgre, n. Weight; downward pull.
alanidzhé, v. To deposit.
alar-, pre. Hundred thousands (base twelve; 12^5).
alazé, v. To hesitate or briefly pause.
albedé, v. To be idle; to not flow; to have no work or inspiration; to be dried up (of a river).
albedekwíu, n. Someone with a stalled career; professional procrastinator or idler.
aldeku, n. Improvisation (in performance art).
aldekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
Aldzharía, n. Algeria.
alé, ex. Stop; don't do that.
alé-, pre. Not (also unstressed, as ale-, or before a vowel as al-).
aledekighé, v. To improvise.
aledekighekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
aléfa, n. Absolute darkness; hopelessness.
alefínané, v. To speak honestly about a difficult topic or one frequently subject to ridicule.
alefínanekwíu, n. Truth-teller, pundit, wise-woman or wise-man.
alefínanolebí, a. Speaking compassionately but without concealing an unpleasant truth.
alégharí, a. Not sentient; incapable of thought (archaic; see aleghurí).
aleghurí, a. Not sentient; incapable of thought.
aléglokwu, n. Ksreskézaian species name for the Khúsak, meaning 'warless ones'.
alegúlí, a. Familiar or prominent; easily recognized.
aléhé, v. To rob of all effectiveness; to make irrelevant or impotent.
aléhezu, n. One who cripples another's ability to function, such as a past lover separated on inconclusive terms or a highly successful rival.
alekaru, n. Futile attempt.
alekhra, n. Greyscale.
-alekhtu, suf. Ability to ~ (V to N).
alemana, n. Grey (neutral; impartial).
alémanazarobí, a. Intractable.
alemaní, a. Without opinion; neutral.
alémarobí, a. Intractable.
alématarobí, a. Incompatible (of machine parts).
alématekí, a. Disconnected.
alematse, n. Neutron.
alémoí, a. Powerless; having no effect; futile; inapplicable.
alémoigrí, a. Physically powerless; ephemeral; gossamer; completely without strength.
alemúrolebí, a. Harmless.
alenalúekía, n. Planar breach.
aleñgwohu, n. Foundation.
aleñkíu, n. Space.
aléntome, n. Lutetium.
alenzede, n. Sweat.
alenzegé, v. To evacuate.
alenzegezu, n. Evacuee.
alenzegíu, n. Vacuum.

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