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The following dictionary entries are tagged temporal:

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adzheldídte, n. Timestamp.
Akatshova, n. Monday, the second day of the Gregorian week.
akekhí, a. Infinite; endless.
akekhía, n. Eternity; all of the future.
akonova, n. Lunar month.
alazé, v. To hesitate or briefly pause.
Alestanova, n. March, the third month of the Gregorian calendar.
alvegzu, n. A Thessian minute.
alyé, v. To wait (for someone or something expected).
Aménova, n. April, the fourth month of the Gregorian calendar.
Amétalía, n. Romance, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Amétshova, n. Friday, the sixth day of the Gregorian week.
apefí, a. Without beginning; especially used of timeless traditions or phenomena.
apefía, n. Eternity; all time until now.
atalí, a. Never occurring.
atalu, n. Never.
Atetalía, n. Childhood, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
atko, n. Calendar of dates, long-term schedule.
atshégía, n. Dusk.
atshelíu, n. Date and/or index in time.
Atshénova, n. Sunday, the first day of the Gregorian week.
atshogía, n. Dawn.
atshovu, n. Solar day.
Atvôdzhova, n. Tuesday, the third day of the Gregorian week.
búvu, n. Phase.
Dekléréka, n. Day of Ithovíha, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Deztranova, n. August, the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar.
didtale, n. Moment, instant, centisecond (Glotshatko: 1/144th of a taldidte).
didtalu, n. Instant, moment.
dzuvê, ex. With regards to the situation at hand; what is currently being done; presently; now; already; anyway.
ekahekhtu, n. Variant, alternative form, deviation, variation.
Ekhessanova, n. July, the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar.
Éntanova, n. November, the eleventh month of the Gregorian calendar.
Épotelía, n. The season of Summer or the middle rainy season, when plants thrive.
éta-, pre. Non-instantaneous; over an interval.
étalu, n. Then.
étavé, v. To happen (of an event).
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
Gléréka, n. Day of Zeltetéa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
ilaltes, pm. Later; in the future.
ílé, v. To need or want (archaic).
ilta, n. The temporal or sequential future (shortened).
iraltes, pm. Ago.
irta, n. The temporal or sequential past (shortened).
Ítetalía, n. Adulthood, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Kaléréka, n. Day of Poaléa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Kantanova, n. February, the second month of the Gregorian calendar.
Karsetalía, n. Friend-Time, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
kekh-, pre. End (when preceding a vowel).
kekhí-, pre. End (when preceding a consonant).
kekhíu, n. Ending time.
Kelatalía, n. Old Age, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
kelnaití, a. Old, dated (oppose naití, new).
keltalí, a. Of long duration.
keltalikúé, v. To prolong; to draw out, especially rhetorical amplification.
kibúes, pm. In time with, in concert with, in beat with (using the instrumental case).
kírobé, v. To strongly predict.
kivenakoa, n. Midnight.
kivenatsha, n. Noon.
klowu, n. Clock.
kyéta-, pre. Habitual; a recurring event with duration.
kyetavé, v. To happen or occur periodically.
les, pm. During.
Levadzhova, n. Thursday, the fifth day of the Gregorian week.
lírisí talpléovu, n. LKY; the Lyrisclensian calendar basis used at the Trestunarion.
Lítranova, n. June, the sixth month of the Gregorian calendar.
litratshovu, n. A Thessian month.
Lítréréka, n. Day of Lítréa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
Masadotalía, n. Month of Pregnancy, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
mes, pm. At.
mohetalu, n. As long as can be afforded; as long as possible.
Moilanova, n. May, the fifth month of the Gregorian calendar.
naití, a. Recent.
nohenéú, m. Still; even now.
nohíré, v. To retain; to still have; to keep possession of.
nosarhé, v. To persist in an action; to keep doing; to continue.
noshivé, v. To keep being (transitive).
novhé, v. To keep being (intransitive, atelic).
noyú, adv. Still; even now.
noz-, pre. That which keeps, preserves, or stores.
Òganova, n. August, the eighth month of the Gregorian calendar.
olshovu, n. Today.
olta, n. The temporal or sequential present (shortened).
oltalí, a. Current.
oltalu, n. Now.
ostelarí, a. Ancient, prehistoric.
otalu, n. Now.
pan-, pre. Immature.
pef-, pre. Start (when preceding a vowel).
pefí-, pre. Start (when preceding a consonant).
pefíu, n. Starting time.
pléholitre, n. Week (Glotshatko: 6 solwiksete, or ~5.1 Earth days).
pléove, n. Ksreskézaian year (Glotshatko: 243 solwiksete, or ~205.8 Earth days).
pléovu, n. Solar year.
popévatko, n. Holiday or festival calendar.
popévu, n. Day of celebration; not necessarily a set holiday on the calendar.
Reselía, n. The season of Winter or the dry season, when plants slumber.
Resétalía, n. Sleep-Time, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
rezunté, v. To expect; to require of the future.

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