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emotion

The following dictionary entries are tagged emotion:

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abizeneí, a. Dysfunctional or withdrawn, suggesting depression or worry.
adazoka, n. Fear of nudity, especially hatred of one's own body-image, including dysmorphic syndrome.
afaikhebé, v. To posture, to deliberately project a certain silhouette.
afdúdeza, n. Abject despair; profound sense of immaterialness or worthlessness.
afulestokha, n. Obsessive hate coloured by romantic entanglement.
ahekízoka, n. Fear of change.
alazé, v. To hesitate or briefly pause.
aléfa, n. Absolute darkness; hopelessness.
alefínané, v. To speak honestly about a difficult topic or one frequently subject to ridicule.
alefínanolebí, a. Speaking compassionately but without concealing an unpleasant truth.
aléhezu, n. One who cripples another's ability to function, such as a past lover separated on inconclusive terms or a highly successful rival.
alemana, n. Grey (neutral; impartial).
alemúrolebí, a. Harmless.
alenzighu, n. Worry.
aleponu, n. Freedom.
alerotémanu, n. Turquoise; experimentalness.
alesponí, a. Unsoiled, clean.
alestu, n. Hatefulness.
alíoamé, v. To love someone without respect.
alíoamezríu, n. In an unequal relationship, a partner bearing the heavier load who has lost respect for the other.
alipté, v. To mature; to grow serious.
alísogezu, n. Stalker, rapist, vicious critic.
alonilede, n. Jealous desire.
alpola, n. Anger.
alpoloñé, v. Intransitively, to be preoccupied with anger; transitively, to seethe with rage at someone or something.
alsoidútu, n. Depression.
alzesso, n. Troubled thought; echo of fear.
alzoko, n. Fear; terror.
ama, n. Love.
amashúthíka, n. Romanticism.
amazoka, n. Fear of love.
amé, v. To love, generally.
amebezoka, n. Fear of alcohol.
amebílesta, n. Alcohol fetishism or alcoholism.
amelía, n. Mental centre of romantic and compassionate emotions; the metaphorical equivalent of the 'heart' in Lilitic.
ameponé, v. To lavish, dote on, or cover with affection.
ameponekía, n. Traditions or customs of familial affection.
amessu, n. Delight brought on by the reception of love.
amezí gegloko, n. Landmark argument; catastrophic fight; especially a fight that leads to a breakup.
amezríu, n. Lover.
amika, n. Romantic trajectory.
amindé, v. To dance with a lover.
amindúa, n. Romantic dance.
amindúinu, n. Courtship.
amíthé, v. To produce a useful thing (not art) as an expression of love.
amopré, v. To lift spirits (with love).
amorilé, v. To seek attention.
amúbekhtína, n. Kindness.
anzhofé, v. To renew love (for someone).
apekaré, v. To create a work specifically for performance by, or the image of, a particular muse or model.
apodra, n. Disobedience or lack of faith in leadership; faith in libertarianism.
apola, n. General dysphoria; withdrawal from pleasure.
atshaní lerapolu, n. (a) Permanent storm (such as on a gas giant), or (b) irrational hysteria.
bamelu, n. Someone related by blood who is loved; a generic, intimate word meaning immediate family member (usually parent or child, more rarely sibling).
bedlapí genthañgru, n. Extreme seriousness of a situation.
beriliku, n. False sociability; psychopathy.
berizhoka, n. Fear of being lied to.
berízíu, n. Slight discomfort from having made a mistake.
berízoka, n. Fear of making a mistake or telling a lie.
berregé, v. To guide someone (to a desired conclusion) with malicious intent; to manipulate a person.
dezheneí, a. Constraining; inflexible.
dezhoka, n. Fear of being restrained.
dhísúí, a. Curious.
dilezu, n. Rain cloud; someone who cries a lot.
dompeí, a. Secretive.
dúdezu, n. Vulnerability; uncomfortable topic; emotional soft-spot.
dúní-, pre. Of sorrow.
dúníama, n. Sorrowful love.
dúnilede, n. Sorrowful desire.
dúteshé, v. To be sad; to be gripped with sorrow.
dútlovéu, n. Frown.
dútu, n. Sorrow.
dzhemetla, n. Limerance, the passion of new love.
dzherdila, n. Slow realisation of attraction.
dzheríora, n. Burning feeling of new love.
dzheru, n. Red; passionateness.
dzhethu, n. Purple; imaginative playfulness.
ef-, pre. When followed by any emotion declined in masculine form, indicates the trigger or cause of an action.
efalo-, pre. Out of anger (usually applied to verbs).
efamané, v. To decide to love something, or to choose a loving/compassionate course of action.
efdú-, pre. From sorrow (usually applied to verbs).
efdúkera, n. Tragic coincidence.
efdúpolu, n. Schadenfreude; joy in response to sorrow.
efeshelé, v. To deserve blame.
efeshessa, n. Blame-worthiness.
efeshestu, n. Blame.
eflitrí, a. From a group; an emotion felt on behalf of a group one belongs to.
efo-, pre. Out of joy (usually applied to verbs).
éfoikolintu, n. Contentment from complexity.
efokera, n. Happy coincidence; as an exclamation, remarking on a good outcome.
efoyazu, n. Enthusiast, ardent supporter.
efútéu, n. Cynicism.
efútoiu, n. Fatigue or emptiness caused by cynicism.
egúzoka, n. Fear of the ambiguous or uncertain.
éhíñkeku, n. Camaraderie.
éldútu, n. Humiliation or embarrassment in a social context.
élitrí, a. Connected; with the group; social; in a state of belonging.
elkzu, n. Hatred.
énokhu, n. Eagerness; willingness.
enzighu, n. Certainty.

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