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culture

The following dictionary entries are tagged culture:

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ahekízoka, n. Fear of change.
aiteke, n. Gift.
Akasha, n. Epithet of Rostyaekía meaning "unenslaved."
Alfina, n. Terran culture.
Alíegepekhtía, n. Large post-marriage ritual; see Lilitic Marriage.
alipté, v. To mature; to grow serious.
Alísogía'l Trotúzasa, n. Annual ceremony honouring Rostyaekía.
altoinéu, n. Library; customs and law information post.
amelía, n. Mental centre of romantic and compassionate emotions; the metaphorical equivalent of the 'heart' in Lilitic.
Añglika, n. The English language.
Añglikí, a. Of English culture.
Añglinu, n. English-speaking culture.
Añglu, n. Native English speaker.
apolí, a. Local, native, not Lilitic.
Atshogía'l asa Neptrúekha, n. The Dawn of the Ghosts, an annual séance and remembrance ceremony.
balitro, n. Governmental ministry; corporate department or division.
bizano, n. Bulletin board; chore rota; duty roster.
boseñku, n. Ornamental robe.
dabu, n. Moccasin.
deginelío, n. Boneyard; place of tombs; catacombs.
deñgizhé, v. To dress.
Dheñkettikí, a. Of Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettikinu, n. Tletkettoyic culture.
Dheñkettoio, n. Tletkettioyos, the Tletkettoyic language.
Dheñkettu, n. Tletketti.
Doitséu, n. Native German speaker.
Doitsika, n. The German language.
Doitsikí, a. Of German culture.
Doitsinu, n. German-speaking culture.
Dzhemesselía, n. The annual Festival of New Romance.
ekhañka, n. Basic support garment; resembles a one-piece leotard with a low back that fastens around the back of the neck.
ekhtekíu, n. Statue.
éwilu, n. Diary.
fertilkúeshé, v. To be made into a work of art.
fertu, n. Art.
fídoséu, n. Collar.
Frasika, n. The French language.
Frasike, n. French culture.
Frasikí, a. Of French culture.
Frasu, n. French speaker.
glostahé, v. To march; to parade.
glosté, v. To march; to parade; to escort (transitive).
greñksite, n. Flight mask, similar to a balaclava.
Helleníka, n. The Greek language, especially in the Attic or Koine dialect.
Hellenikí, a. Of the Greeks.
Helléu, n. Greek person.
Hellinu, n. Classical Greek culture.
henweste, n. A limb-covering garment for either the arm or leg.
Hespu, n. Spanish-speaking person.
Hispanika, n. The Spanish language.
Hispanike, n. Spanish culture.
Hispanikí, a. Of Spanish-speaking culture.
Hogedepike, n. Hogedepik, the Hogenemi language.
Hogedepinu, n. Hogenemi culture.
Hogenemí, a. Of the Hogedep.
Hogenemu, n. Hogenem.
Íesopelía, n. Christmas.
illotetelíu, n. Place where ideas are developed.
illúmbelíu, n. School or lecture hall.
ío, n. (a) Social correctness (archaic); (b) the Íomanazinení dialect of Lilitika.
íomanazu, n. Custom.
ísurvalekía, n. Bigotry.
kadzhírika, n. Obsessive desire to return or pretend to return to the state of being a slave, usually as a fetish.
karsokhu, n. Compassion.
karsu, n. Friend.
Kelopaví Asithekhtía, n. Small post-marriage ritual; see Lilitic Marriage.
Ketabazainí Akofama, n. The annual Pageant of Heroes.
ketabazu, n. Nomad.
Khúrafe, n. The Khúsak language.
Khúsakí, a. Of the culture of the Khúsak.
Khúsakinu, n. The culture of the Khúsak civilization.
Khúsaku, n. Individual of the Khúsak.
kílosu, n. Name.
kisifé, v. To orgasm.
klitru, n. Neighbourhood.
Kossipí, a. Of Cossipian culture.
Kossipínu, n. Cossipian culture.
Kossipíu, n. Cossipian.
Ksreskézikí, a. Ksreskézaian.
Ksreskézinivíu, n. Ksreskézaian citizen, product, or possession.
Ksreskézinu, n. Ksreskézaian culture.
Kúanení, a. Telaian.
Kúanía, n. Kuanid, the Telaian language.
Kúaninu, n. Telaian culture, specifically modern Kuanid-speaking Telaian culture.
Latína, n. The Latin language.
letekséo, n. Crown.
Lilitu, n. Lilitu.
Líriktensíu, n. Lyrisclensian culture.
lírisí, a. Lyrisclensian.
Lírisikí, a. Lyrisclensian.
Lírisu, n. Lyrisclensian.
Mefírafa, n. The Rotomemi dialect.
milíé, v. To celebrate.
múnildísurvalekía, n. Bigotry towards the Múnildai.
múnildu, n. Engineer or scientist.
napthelé, v. To bathe.
neptarledzhe, n. The study of the afterlife, Neptarlekína.
oksí, a. Ksreskézaian.
Palige, n. The Peseni language, Paligú.
Pesenikí, a. Of the culture of the Peseneyi.

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