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Lilitika Dictionary
geometry
Terms relating to shape or position.

The following dictionary entries are tagged geometry:

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alématekí, a. Disconnected.
alezhofarobí, a. Indivisible.
alsoiní, a. Solid, thorough, massive, dense.
alsovéu, n. Solid sphere; ball.
alvegzí, a. Medium; of no unusual size.
alví, a. Rising in a mound, hill or slight bulge.
amnu, n. Print (of a stamp) or impression; footprint.
antu, n. Peak or cap; apex.
apidzhé, v. To insert.
bedzúsu, n. Region of highest activity; thick.
daru, n. (a) thread; (b) archaic term for "line".
dekterbelíu, n. Bulb, bud, or anything bulb-shaped.
didtu, n. Point.
dosé, v. To circle; to orbit.
dosématekí, a. Connected in a ring.
doséu, n. Circle.
egní, a. Narrow.
egninu, n. The dimension crossing the point of reference's vision horizontally.
egnu, n. Width.
ekhuví, a. Of the exact same structure and shape.
élíu, n. There.
-elíu, suf. Indicates the location at which a verb is performed (V to N).
eposhedtu, n. Core.
erl-, pre. Inside.
ery-, pre. Inward.
espí, a. Short in length.
espinu, n. The dimension pointed away from the point of reference's vision; depth.
espu, n. Length.
étamatu, n. Relationship (generic term).
evegzí, a. Small; having modest amounts of all applicable dimensions.
evegzu, n. Size.
eveñgsu, n. Scale; magnitude.
evrí, a. Shallow or short in height.
evrinu, n. The dimension crossing the point of reference's vision vertically.
evru, n. Height.
faséríu, n. Spiral.
faséyeríu, n. Spiral (long form).
fasodu, n. Window.
fels-, pre. Physically preceding.
felses, pm. Physically preceding.
flakhemu, n. Surface.
flovéklu, n. Cylinder.
flovéu, n. Curve.
flúsu, n. Angle.
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
gendagúveru, n. Displacement vector.
gliní, a. Proximal.
gwohu, n. Surface.
híegeneí, a. Moving alongside; on a parallel course.
híéú, m. Also; alongside; in the same sense.
kekhataní, a. Final (as a destination).
kelegní, a. Wide.
kelespí, a. Long.
kelevegzí, a. Large; having considerable amounts of all applicable dimensions.
kelevrí, a. Tall or deep.
kelí, a. Big.
kellebé, v. To augment or extend an existing physical structure.
kelpeftí, a. Extremely ripe; on the verge of going bad, but not yet bad in any way; at the latest point of maximum greatness.
kels-, pre. Physically preceding.
kelses, pm. Physically following.
kemelía, n. Expanse.
kenzí, a. Distant.
kenzu, n. Distance; extent.
kesaví, a. Very full and round.
kethavhé, v. To swell.
kevlematekí, a. Hierarchically connected.
kezelekhté, v. To shape or constrain something into an unrelated form, usually for artistic reasons.
khosarí, a. Distal; away from a locus or centre.
ki-, pre. Center (when the affected word starts with a consonant).
kimnaru, n. Mid-line; middle; equator.
kip-, pre. Center (when the affected word starts with a vowel).
kipagúveru, n. Coordinates; location; position; system state.
kipeku, n. Center.
kleru, n. Stripe.
klizí, a. Tiny.
konaru, n. Square.
kúlé, v. To fill; to fulfill; to fully utilize; to complete.
lédahé, v. To diminish (passive/reflexive).
lédé, v. To lessen or reduce (active).
léñgwohu, n. Plane.
letemidtu, n. Knot; dilemma; problem; crisis.
levadé, v. To cut into halves; to split.
lidahé, v. To shrink (passive/reflexive).
lidé, v. To shrink (active).
lizí, a. Small.
lúnekhuví, a. Of highly similar structure or shape.
lúthenarí, a. Parallel.
mantaru, n. Fringe, precipice, or boundary.
mateku, n. Confluence, coincidence, or chance meeting.
mentimatekí, a. Fully interconnected.
múklerasa, n. (plural) Stripes of black and white notionally associated with sadomasochism.
naru, n. Line.
nodtí, a. Dull; uneven.
nonekhuví, a. Of different and readily distinguishable structure or shape.
oksonekhlu, n. Square-based pyramid with concave sides; a common Ksreskézaian architectural motif.
olíu, n. Here.
-onaru, suf. Polygon with n sides.
-onekhlu, suf. A polyhedron with n sides.
-onulku, suf. A prism derived from a polygon.

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