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The following dictionary entries are tagged religion:

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Alestéa, n. The goddess of destruction.
alestillindé, v. To commit blasphemy.
alestillindezríu, n. Blasphemer.
Alísogía'l Trotúzasa, n. Annual ceremony honouring Rostyaekía.
Améa, n. The goddess of love.
Atshogía'l asa Neptrúekha, n. The Dawn of the Ghosts, an annual séance and remembrance ceremony.
bístogalsu, n. Priestess tasked with waking sleepwalkers.
bístou, n. Controlling dream; supposed as a cause of sleepwalking or other parasomniac behaviour.
boseñku, n. Ornamental robe.
Darika, n. Sarthían belief system supposing that the Stillai compose Ossidha by crafting midhai, not by directly manipulating Etharine; so-named for the threads (darei) that connect a thela to a Stilla's true self in Lerossa.
Dútéa, n. The goddess of misery.
dzafé, v. To ask.
dzafekhtínu, n. A set phrase used during praying; a rite.
dzafekhtíu, n. The words spoken during a prayer.
eftessomaté, v. To hold an assembly or ceremony for consultation or prayer.
ekhtekíu, n. Statue.
éstillamata, n. Personal relationship with a goddess.
etanshúa, n. All inhaled air.
étavine, n. Hypothetical sequence of events proposed as an explanation or plan, or the means through which divine forces indirectly shape the world.
Etharine, n. Web of interlinked causal chains.
Feplemika, n. Psychology based on the assumption that Sarthían theology reflects universal truths about the mind.
fertu, n. Art.
glostahé, v. To march; to parade.
glosté, v. To march; to parade; to escort (transitive).
hakreselé, v. To deserve in reward for blood purity.
hakresso, n. Inherent worth by religious value of blood.
Ighokhéa, n. The goddess of obsession.
illitríu, n. Subtopic, subdiscipline or sub-field; research area.
Ithovíha, n. The goddess of intellectualism.
Ítossa, n. The eyes of the universe or sky.
itreza, n. Person who believes in Feplemika or Noplemika; an agnostic or atheist.
Kelossa, n. The physical (wider) world, as distinct from the spiritual world or introspection.
kezdúshkí, a. Doomed; brought into life for misery.
Khabla, n. Fog separating the Lilitai from perceiving divine beings as the Ksreskézai did; key facet of Venika.
koistilla, n. Temple.
lereí stillúbekwíu, n. High priestess or high priest.
lergalsu, n. Saviour, leader, messiah.
Lerossa, n. The spiritual world, as distinct from the physical world.
Lítréa, n. The goddess of collectivism.
mídhu, n. The story of a person's individual fate, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
Moiléa, n. The goddess of perseverance.
mokaspa, n. Curse.
múrekída, n. (a) Hematolagniac; a blood fetishist or someone intimately involved in the rites of Múrekíha; (b) vampire (see attestation).
Múrekíha, n. The goddess of sadism.
múrtshandía, n. Incense.
Neptarléa, n. The goddess of protection and the shepardess of the dead.
neptarledzhe, n. The study of the afterlife, Neptarlekína.
Neptarlekína, n. Afterlife.
neptarleshé, v. To die.
neptavahé, v. To die.
Noplemika, n. Psychology based on the assumption that Sarthían theology reflects truths about the minds of Sarthíans only.
okhekíu, n. Possession; especially by a spirit or deity.
Ossa, n. The universe or sky.
Ossidha, n. The narrative of history, especially as it results from the actions of divinity.
Poaléa, n. The goddess of healing.
popévatko, n. Holiday or festival calendar.
popévu, n. Day of celebration; not necessarily a set holiday on the calendar.
rebireshkivíu, n. An offering made in supplication of a goddess.
rebossezé, v. To offer.
ríñkorré, v. To excommunicate.
Rostyaekía, n. The suffering mother goddess, evolved from the ancient Rotomem goddess Rostería.
sabaroví, a. Worthy.
sabeselé, v. To deserve in reward for divine worthiness or social achievement.
sabessa, n. Moral worth; value to society; one's standing in the eyes of the Stillai.
Sanossa, n. The physical world, as distinct from the spiritual world.
saraspé, v. To pour a libation; to give succour; to supplicate; to praise; (literally) to yield to.
shistillerekhe, n. Emblem.
shistodzhika, n. Religious tradition or customs.
shistodzhu, n. Religion.
shistokelthía, n. Any drug used to hasten sleep or enhance dreams, especially resepa.
shistokoia, n. The realm of Tshayéa.
shúthimu, n. Wind.
shúthímu, n. Alternative spelling of shúthimu.
stibúu, n. Percussive accompaniment to a religious ceremony.
stilla-bosúbekhtía, n. Major religious ritual.
stilla-dzafé, v. To pray.
stilla-idzhekhtía, n. Minor religious ritual.
stilladzhé, v. To revere, worship, or study a divinity.
stillaira, n. Vessel for pouring libations or another offering given in prayer.
stillakhtekía, n. Idol.
stillamaté, v. To come into union with the divine (theosis).
stillaníu, n. Artifact/artefact.
stillanivíu, n. Artifact/artefact or oracle.
stillathaé, v. To become a deity (apotheosis).
stillí, a. Holy; belonging to a goddess or goddesses.
stillídazu, n. Priestess's ceremonial costume.
stilliméu, n. Rite.
stillinara, n. Syncretic goddess.
stillindé, v. To perform a ritual dance.
stillindúu, n. Ritual dance.
stillokhé, v. To possess or haunt (as a spirit).
stillokhedí turellu, n. Pathetic fallacy.
stillu, n. God or Goddess.
stillúbekwíu, n. Priest or priestess.
stilsithé, v. To preach, to give a sermon.
stilsithekhta, n. Sermon.
stilsitré, v. To attend a sermon or speech.
strezyé, v. To bless; to touch (as a goddess).
suntwidhinu, n. Prophecy.
Taléa, n. The goddess-principle of time.

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