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The following dictionary entries are tagged linguistics:

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adzhrí, a. Feminine.
ahekíurivíe il warzine, n. Particle modifier; a preposition.
alivitu, n. Sentence.
alúé (ighikhete), v. To omit words because they are obvious in context; linguistic ellipsis.
Añglika, n. The English language.
aporafu, n. Alien language.
baveshí dzhelu, n. Metaphor.
deklítu, n. Prefix.
depenthé, v. To coin or use an abbreviation of several words by taking just the first syllable of each; a kind of acronym.
Dheñkettoio, n. Tletkettioyos, the Tletkettoyic language.
Doitsika, n. The German language.
dzhelé, v. To mean or signify.
dzhelonveré, v. To define a word.
dzhelu, n. Meaning.
dzhrítu, n. Adjective.
dzhru, n. Noun.
edzhrí, a. Neuter.
espai litraité, v. To form or coin a word or phrase in a more compact form.
Frasika, n. The French language.
grézhu, n. Linguistic trope; any figure of speech that produces a non-literal meaning.
haití rezaru, n. Passive voice.
Helleníka, n. The Greek language, especially in the Attic or Koine dialect.
Hispanika, n. The Spanish language.
Hogedepike, n. Hogedepik, the Hogenemi language.
ighinení illerine, n. Linguistics.
ighinení illeru, n. Language; the product of organized thought.
illesúíé, v. To use notional agreement with a noun.
kedosithiku, n. Deliberate use of rough-sounding or unpleasant words to evoke discomfort; cacophony.
kekhíu, n. Ending time.
Khúrafe, n. The Khúsak language.
krídhídu, n. Grapheme.
Kúanía, n. Kuanid, the Telaian language.
Latína, n. The Latin language.
lertshítsu, n. Headword, minor topic, or sub-issue.
lítu, n. Adjective or adverb.
livighu, n. Idiom.
Mefírafa, n. The Rotomemi dialect.
mefíu, n. Source.
mekhíu, n. Destination.
melíu, n. Location.
mísúíé, v. To agree (in grammatical number and gender).
nabíthu, n. Consonant.
natshíré, v. To skip conjunctions; figuratively, to think quickly.
neptlítu, n. Suffix.
odzhrí, a. Masculine.
Palige, n. The Peseni language, Paligú.
pefíu, n. Starting time.
pensalivitu, n. Clause.
penthé, v. To coin or use a contraction of a word, typically by eliding the middle of a word.
pivitu, n. Clause.
rafedte, n. Morpheme.
rafetse, n. Term.
raftekré, v. To translate.
rafzímu, n. Dialect.
Roshagila, n. Roshagil, the language of the Cossipai.
sarafu, n. Human language.
sarasithiku, n. Deliberate use of smooth-sounding or pleasant words to set the listener at ease; euphony.
shenu, n. Tense.
silzu, n. Mood particle.
síthítu, n. Phoneme.
sithkotopu, n. Punctuation mark.
sodímaté, v. To employ synizesis (merging adjacent vowels into a diphthong for metrical purposes.)
sodíthu, n. Vowel.
spatu, n. Mood.
súa, n. Poem.
surhilosu, n. Retronym.
survaní rezaru, n. Active voice.
survotopé, v. To refer to something directly before stating what it actually is; cataphora.
telíu, n. Time of occurrence.
thelsithiku, n. Deliberate re-use of a sound or group of sounds.
títrúé, v. To spell.
títu, n. Letter; especially one from the Lilitic alphabet.
tshapidzhé, v. To break up a word or set phrase with an infix; tmesis.
tshíbré, v. To use an unusual word order for circumstantial or dialectical reasons.
tshíkoto, n. Grammar.
tshíltru, n. Paragraph or list of words.
tshírafu, n. Language; an agreed-upon set of rules and definitions for communicating.
tshíraneitu, n. Grammar book.
tshíré, v. To employ a conjunction; to add on another clause; to assemble a sentence; syndeton.
tshíroivu, n. Conjunction.
tshítekhu, n. Inflection.
tshítkolintu, n. Grammar.
tshítopu, n. Syntax.
tshitsebenu, n. Sentence structure.
tshítselví, a. Archaic.
tshítseneitu, n. Dictionary.
tshítsiní rezaru, n. Grammatical voice.
tshítsu, n. Word.
tshlivítsu, n. Phrase.
tshúdítu, n. Adverb.
tshúdu, n. Verb.
vekhrí kotopu, n. Accent mark.
venrafí, a. Slang.
vitu, n. Clause, sentence, or statement.
warze, n. Particle.
warze lí lítu, n. Particle mood.
yatsu, n. Exclamation or interjection.
yeñklatí litraité, v. To form or coin a word or phrase without the use of any abbreviation.
yérezidtu, n. Superlative.
yéridtu, n. Comparative.

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