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The following dictionary entries are tagged concrete:

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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.
ailekhto, n. Microphone or other audio-detecting device.
aiteke, n. Gift.
akoa, n. Moon.
akofama, n. Reflection of a moon, usually on water.
akoneda, n. Menstrual blood.
alambeda, n. Waterfall.
alamúbeda, n. Waterfall of blood.
alematse, n. Neutron.
aleñgwohu, n. Foundation.
alenzede, n. Sweat.
aleplu, n. Dust; sand; dirt; silt; grit; powder.
alerotélapía, n. Turquoise (mineral).
alespodta, n. Almond.
Alestéa, n. The goddess of destruction.
alestúra, n. Arm blade; a slashing weapon strapped to the underside of the forearm.
alfeghilera, n. Metazoan.
Alfí Didta, n. Another name for Earth, commonly abbreviated Alfí'dta.
alfônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate humans (but typically not Lilitai).
alígé, v. To flee, to run away, to retreat.
alsoileríu, n. Blunt object; any weapon that is thrown or used for bashing.
alsoimútzímu, n. Charcoal.
alsoiní, a. Solid, thorough, massive, dense.
altigenara, n. Sense (of smell, hearing, etc).
altoinéu, n. Library; customs and law information post.
altsithé, v. To speak.
altsithu, n. Speech.
altúegíu, n. Data bus.
altuneitu, n. Non-volatile data storage.
alturivíu, n. Cache.
ambatso, n. Testicle.
ambepono, n. Scrotum.
amdta, n. Slang for the clitoris, ameponedta.
Améa, n. The goddess of love.
amebu, n. Wine (shortened from amelebedu).
amelebedu, n. Alcoholic beverage, especially wine.
ameponedta, n. Clitoris, particularly the glans and hood in combination.
ameposténía, n. Clitoral glans.
amezríu, n. Lover.
amindí lapía, n. Love-dance crystal, a name for dzherlapía.
amsaramu, n. Perineum.
amthesa, n. Minor labium.
amthovéa, n. Major labium.
andoplo, n. Penis.
ansepa, n. Milk; without qualification, human breast-milk.
antekso, n. Glans penis.
apote, n. Vestibule.
ardzhu, n. Physical space or capacity.
ateleru, n. Seedling.
atetônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate children.
atsha, n. Star.
atshafamu, n. Reflection of the sun, a star, or the stars, usually on water.
atshalapía, n. Small crystals or mineral deposits, usually sedimentary and at the bottom of water, that sparkle.
azide, n. Voice.
balegekhtu, n. Rail.
bapte, n. Foam.
batría, n. Bacterium.
bavésténíu, n. Tail tissue.
bedara, n. River.
beriliku, n. False sociability; psychopathy.
beriltetu, n. Mythological creature.
bíbagota, n. Cashew.
bosekhrona, n. Apple.
búlala, n. Vanilla.
búterku, n. Military facility; fortress; castle.
daru, n. (a) thread; (b) archaic term for "line".
Dashro, n. A military starport on Ksreskézo, noteworthy for its involvement in the Lilitic evacuation.
dazé, v. To wrap around; to clothe (of a fabric).
dazéu, n. Fabric.
dazoilu, n. Pocket.
dazokha, n. Weather.
dazolía, n. Sky.
deginelío, n. Boneyard; place of tombs; catacombs.
dekansepa, n. Colostrum.
dekterbelíu, n. Bulb, bud, or anything bulb-shaped.
dektsoilu, n. Clothing storage space.
denelía, n. Writing room; scriptorium.
dezu, n. Neck (archaic).
dhísúí, a. Curious.
dipúru, n. Stabbing tool; any sharp object used as a weapon for stabbing.
dotwéu, n. Ring-rope; chain.
dru, n. Physical system.
dúmelíu, n. City; outpost.
dúpo, n. Shuttlecraft.
dúrithovíu, n. Shipboard computer.
dúrugekíu, n. Spaceship engine.
dúrugíu, n. Spaceship engine.
dústíndu, n. Alley.
dústu, n. Building.
dústudzhu, n. The craft of construction.
Dútéa, n. The goddess of misery.
dútedu, n. Tears; lacrimal fluid.
dzafekhtínu, n. A set phrase used during praying; a rite.
dzafekhtíu, n. The words spoken during a prayer.
dzapote, n. Space in front of a door, under its frame.
dzherlapía, n. Ruby.
dzherleka, n. Red-tree, one of several species of Terran tree adapted to feed on blue light [Late Lilitika].
dzherona, n. Cherry.

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