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ababa, n. Co-mother, caretaker, or father.
abama, n. Co-mother, caretaker, or father.
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.
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.
afaikhu, n. Silhouette.
afdúdeza, n. Abject despair; profound sense of immaterialness or worthlessness.
afulestokha, n. Obsessive hate coloured by romantic entanglement.
ahala, n. The A vowel.
ahekíurivíe il warzine, n. Particle modifier; a preposition.
ahekízoka, n. Fear of change.
Aidtôko, n. Iraq.
Aigípto, n. Egypt.
ailekhto, n. Microphone or other audio-detecting device.
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.
akekhía, n. Eternity; all of the future.
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.
akonílesta, n. Menstruation fetishism.
akonova, n. Lunar month.
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.
alaksekwíu, n. Someone who nods a lot; sycophant.
alambeda, n. Waterfall.
alamúbeda, n. Waterfall of blood.
alane, n. Down.
alañgre, n. Weight; downward pull.
albedekwíu, n. Someone with a stalled career; professional procrastinator or idler.
aldeku, n. Improvisation (in performance art).
aldekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
Aldzharía, n. Algeria.
aledekighekwíu, n. Improvisational performer.
aléfa, n. Absolute darkness; hopelessness.
alefínanekwíu, n. Truth-teller, pundit, wise-woman or wise-man.
aléglokwu, n. Ksreskézaian species name for the Khúsak, meaning 'warless ones'.
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.
alemana, n. Grey (neutral; impartial).
alematse, n. Neutron.
alenalúekía, n. Planar breach.
aleñgwohu, n. Foundation.
aleñkíu, n. Space.
aléntome, n. Lutetium.
alenzede, n. Sweat.
alenzegezu, n. Evacuee.
alenzegíu, n. Vacuum.
alenzighu, n. Worry.
aléonu, n. Planar breach drive.
aleplu, n. Dust; sand; dirt; silt; grit; powder.
alepokoizildra, n. Libertarianism.
aleponu, n. Freedom.
alerotélapía, n. Turquoise (mineral).
alerotémaniku, n. Experimentalism (usually abbreviated to arotiku).
alerotémanu, n. Turquoise; experimentalness.
alespodta, n. Almond.
Alestanova, n. March, the third month of the Gregorian calendar.
Alestéa, n. The goddess of destruction.
alestillindezríu, n. Blasphemer.
alestu, n. Hatefulness.
alestuní lapíu, n. Hail.
alestúra, n. Arm blade; a slashing weapon strapped to the underside of the forearm.
alestyuru, n. Hogenem (biological term).
alétsu, n. Inter-spacetime vacuum; void sometimes posited to exist between branes.
alfeghilera, n. Metazoan.
Alfí Didta, n. Another name for Earth, commonly abbreviated Alfí'dta.
Alfí stulitrika, n. Symmetrical kinship system; see Lilitic Kinship.
Alfina, n. Terran culture.
Alfossa, n. Earth (poetic); contrast Terra and Alfí Didta.
Alfu, n. Terran human.
algome, n. Neodymium.
Alíegepekhtía, n. Large post-marriage ritual; see Lilitic Marriage.
alíegezu, n. Coward.
alígezu, n. Retreating person.
alíoamezríu, n. In an unequal relationship, a partner bearing the heavier load who has lost respect for the other.
alipkona, n. The literary essence of the coming-of-age story.
alipkonía, n. The coming-of-age plot-type; a coming-of-age story.
aliptedu, n. Adept.
alísogezu, n. Stalker, rapist, vicious critic.
Alísogía'l Trotúzasa, n. Annual ceremony honouring Rostyaekía.
alítoneka, n. Protest (event).
alivitení nazhofezríu, n. Semicolon or sentence-welding declarative colon.

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