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Lilitika Dictionary

The following dictionary entries are tagged possession:

aiteke, n. Gift.
alanidzhé, v. To deposit.
aremé, v. To forage or scavenge.
arlé, v. To take.
arlemé, v. To happen upon and take; to scavenge; to forage.
bosúbé, v. To give plentifully; to give a rich bounty.
domínu, n. Owner; captor; keeper.
dzúmínu, n. Key.
ekkashiwé, v. To grab violently, especially to seize a target in war.
eponé, v. To enclose.
etanlé, v. To withhold.
flovaté, v. To catch something thrown; to terminate an arc; to understand an idea not carefully expressed.
fôbahé, v. To evade.
gend-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a vowel.)
genda-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a consonant.)
gendé, v. To lack; to be without.
ghaité, v. To carry.
golmipé, v. To purge; to cleanse; to wipe clean; to censor.
gúnu, n. Nothing.
haité leres, v. To profit; to benefit from; to rise above using.
idzhé, v. To put; to give.
ifilé, v. To want; to require by desire.
íkwesaré, v. To own, to carry out the business of owning.
íkwu, n. Owner.
-ildu, suf. Bearer; carrier; supporter (N to N).
ílé, v. To need or want (archaic).
íré, v. To have; to possess.
kaporu, n. Complement; counterpart.
kasé, v. To lose something or to be deprived of it.
kashiwé, v. To steal.
kelflasé, v. To grip tightly, to clutch.
koisu, n. Home.
korré, v. To declare a claim; to claim.
kúkasé, v. To lose something to theft, typically not of significant emotional value.
línu, n. Her/its/his/their things.
litshu, n. Component.
lúní, a. Its.
lúrebé, v. To transfer something.
merlé, v. To locate.
múrúkasé, v. To lose something of significant emotional value, especially due to theft as a manner of injury.
nagendé, v. To acquire; to solve a lack of something.
nateponé, v. To liberate; to grant freedom; to expose from a shell.
natidzhé, v. To remove.
nazaré, v. To remove a part, especially of a plant; to pluck a fruit.
neptaré, v. To recover.
neptarlé, v. To recover (an object, situation, or status).
neptarlekhtíu, n. Security.
nohíré, v. To retain; to still have; to keep possession of.
noz-, pre. That which keeps, preserves, or stores.
okhé, v. To commandeer, inhabit briefly, or hastily take something.
oksíkwu, n. Master; slave-owner.
ôlé, v. Alternative spelling of arlé.
ossilé, v. To require (by nature).
rebireshkí, a. Given.
rebossezé, v. To offer.
repé, v. To find.
rezaru, n. Responsibility.
, a. Your.
rilé, v. To require (by circumstance).
rínu, n. Your things.
rísaré, v. To allow or permit something.
rizilé, v. To require (by law or some ruleset).
sampu, n. Safety or security.
shemu, n. State or situation.
, a. My.
sínu, n. My things.
sokhí, a. Generous; also kind or compassionate.
sokhu, n. Generosity.
soponé, v. To trap; to conclude a chase by capturing.
soyu, n. Alternative (Venrafía and later) spelling of sokhu.
, a. Your/his/her/its/their (distant second.)
topu, n. Lock (device).
tshebé, v. To share.
úbzí, a. Customized.
-úkwíu, suf. Professional ~-giver.
-urí, suf. Having ~ (N to A).
-úzríu, suf. Circumstantial ~-giver.
vanlé, v. To send forth; to distribute; to release.
veñgahé, v. To hide (reflexive or from something).
veñgé, v. To hide (transitive).
yekasé, v. To lose a possession.
yekorré, v. To reclaim.
yekorrekía, n. Reclamation.
zelossé, v. To sacrifice.