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adjective

The following dictionary entries are tagged adjective:

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abizeneí, a. Dysfunctional or withdrawn, suggesting depression or worry.
adzhrí, a. Feminine.
akekhí, a. Infinite; endless.
akelí, a. Average (in quality).
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.
alegúlí, a. Familiar or prominent; easily recognized.
alémanazarobí, a. Intractable.
alemaní, a. Without opinion; neutral.
alémarobí, a. Intractable.
alématarobí, a. Incompatible (of machine parts).
alématekí, a. Disconnected.
alémoí, a. Powerless; having no effect; futile; inapplicable.
alémoigrí, a. Physically powerless; ephemeral; gossamer; completely without strength.
alemúrolebí, a. Harmless.
aleseteneí, a. Anorexic; fasting.
alesponí, a. Unsoiled, clean.
alestígí, a. Random; without greater purpose.
alestorí, a. Bitter.
alezhofarobí, a. Indivisible.
alezlitrí, a. Ungrouped.
alfônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate humans (but typically not Lilitai).
aloí, a. Unused.
alsoiní, a. Solid, thorough, massive, dense.
althoí, a. Cross; relational; comparative; comparing.
alvegzí, a. Medium; of no unusual size.
alví, a. Rising in a mound, hill or slight bulge.
alyerezí, a. Not more; not further.
amnessedí, a. Tuned, keyed, conditioned, imprinted; configured to respond only to specific stimuli or inputs.
anatí, a. Irreversible.
anatosarobí, a. Irreversible.
Añglikí, a. Of English culture.
apefí, a. Without beginning; especially used of timeless traditions or phenomena.
apelí, a. Local; native; not Lilitic.
apolí, a. Local, native, not Lilitic.
-arobí, suf. Able to be ~ed (V to A.)
atalí, a. Never occurring.
atetí, a. Young.
atetônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate children.
awozekí, a. Innocent; being in the state of not knowing.
azhoí, a. Elementary; easy.
azholedí, a. Easily lifted; light; readily understood; comprehensible; easy; simple.
azonedí, a. Distinctive; easily distinguished.
baveshí, a. Bent.
boseí, a. Rich, varied, bountiful.
bosekhrí, a. Colorful.
bosêtí, a. Luxuriant (of an item or style of living).
bosêturí, a. Accustomed to luxury.
deséú, m. Sentential adverbial form of 'then'.
dezheneí, a. Constraining; inflexible.
Dheñkettikí, a. Of Tletkettoyic culture.
dhísúí, a. Curious.
Doitsikí, a. Of German culture.
dompeí, a. Secretive.
dosématekí, a. Connected in a ring.
dzenekhonverekirí, a. Of the same description.
dzenkrí, a. Of the same description.
dzí, a. What, which.
dzútheluví, a. Analogous; similar in function or role.
é-, pre. When combined with a -í stem, turns a noun into an adjective meaning 'with <noun>' (N to A).
édarí, a. Related to; connected with.
edzhrí, a. Neuter.
eflitrí, a. From a group; an emotion felt on behalf of a group one belongs to.
egní, a. Narrow.
égônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate Lilitai.
egúlí, a. General or vague.
ekhteshí, a. Artificial.
ekhuví, a. Of the exact same structure and shape.
-ekzí, suf. To ~ward (noun PM to A).
élitrí, a. Connected; with the group; social; in a state of belonging.
embedí, a. Dehydrated, dessicated.
énamorí, a. Salty.
enzí, a. Only.
enzigí, a. Certain.
-epzí, suf. From ~ward (noun PM to A).
espí, a. Short in length.
étharí, a. Interwoven; interleaved; twisted together.
éthelí, a. Alone; isolated; lonely; unadorned; bare; naked.
étrúlí, a. Appearing to be <noun>.
evegzí, a. Small; having modest amounts of all applicable dimensions.
evrí, a. Shallow or short in height.
-ezzí, suf. At ~ward (noun PM to A).
fameneí, a. Glittering.
fatheneí, a. Luminescent.
femboseí, a. Exotic and valuable.
fenúlí, a. Exotic; not found locally.
feplemí, a. Absolute (said of a line of reasoning or moral argument).
fogedí, a. Hard to lift; cumbersome; tricky; having many components; fragile; unwieldy; awkward to use.
foí, a. Complicated; intricate; displaying high internal connectivity; complex; not easy.
Frasikí, a. Of French culture.
gebosí, a. Copious, excessive, abundant, rich, overflowing, too much.
gemfrí, a. Lacking sufficiency; nowhere near enough.
genabedí, a. Dry.
genalí, a. Instant.
gendagí, a. Relative measurement; not taken from zero.
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.
gennúí, a. No more; no additional.

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