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Lilitika Dictionary

The following dictionary entries are tagged architecture:

aitzelío, n. Place of business (store, shop, etc.) belonging to a merchant.
aleñgwohu, n. Foundation.
alfônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate humans (but typically not Lilitai).
altoinéu, n. Library; customs and law information post.
anlezelío, n. Place where administrative functions (government) are performed.
antu, n. Peak or cap; apex.
apote, n. Vestibule.
atetônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate children.
balegekhtu, n. Rail.
búterku, n. Military facility; fortress; castle.
dektsoilu, n. Clothing storage space.
denelía, n. Writing room; scriptorium.
dúmelíu, n. City; outpost.
dústebé, v. To construct (a building).
dústíndu, n. Alley.
dústu, n. Building.
dústudzhu, n. The craft of construction.
dzapote, n. Space in front of a door, under its frame.
dzhusu, n. Constitutive physical strength; the ability to withstand external force.
égônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate Lilitai.
ekhtekíu, n. Statue.
eponelíu, n. Outer wall; enclosure.
fasodu, n. Window.
flasedo, n. Handrail.
galselío, n. Place where essential services (healthcare, policing, disaster management, etc.) are provided.
gemlapíu, n. Crushed rock; gravel; debris.
gendamotí, a. Haphazard; undirected; formless; disorderly; tasteless; uncultivated.
gendikí, a. Lacking in style or cohesion; haphazard; inelegant; uninspired.
glemelíu, n. Pedestal, stage, platform, or support stand.
ikimato, n. Street or hallway intersection.
illotetelíu, n. Place where ideas are developed.
illúmbelíu, n. School or lecture hall.
índu, n. Hallway; corridor; margin.
irdúmeiu, n. Camp; makeshift settlement; tent city; market square.
itetônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate adults (but not children).
kedoplu, n. Rock, stone.
kelevru, n. Tower.
kevro, n. Tower, outlook, watchpost, column, pillar; any tall and narrow artificial building or element thereof.
khoselía, n. Distant place; remote outpost.
klerinurí, a. Barred (of a window or door).
klitru, n. Neighbourhood.
koissaremé, v. To take refuge or hide.
koissezarlemé, v. To take refuge; to stow away; to steal shelter; to squat.
koistilla, n. Temple.
legenaro, n. Causeway or catwalk.
lenagu, n. Bridge.
lénoisu, n. Couples' housing.
léñstethu, n. Storey.
lergekhte, n. Catwalk.
leyemu, n. Balcony, shelf, ledge, cliff.
litroisu, n. Family housing; tenement.
mefústu, n. Dwelling or home (see also oisu and koisu.)
milegekhtu, n. Foot path (especially one made of sand).
moisu, n. Individual housing.
motu, n. Aesthetic.
niskebé, v. To build a structure in a cavern.
nisko, n. Inhabited cavern; city or building complex within such a cavern.
oineinení ekhtudzhu, n. The study of architecture.
oinéu, n. Building.
oisu, n. House; quarters; apartment complex; any building or place where residence occurs.
okhnotu, n. Mood; ambiance.
oksonekhlu, n. Square-based pyramid with concave sides; a common Ksreskézaian architectural motif.
oksônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate Ksreskezai.
pesônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate Peseneyi.
riñgrastu, n. Roof.
sampoisu, n. Outpost (safe-house).
sarzelío, n. Place of business (store, shop, etc.) belonging to a craftsperson.
sentu, n. Clay, especially Ksreskézaian clay.
sterethino, n. Apartment; quarters.
steretho, n. Room.
stilloisu, n. Religious housing.
televro, n. Spire.
tolesu, n. Vacation house; summer palace.
topu, n. Lock (device).
trúkhitre, n. Art gallery.
tshentwidhoinéu, n. Museum.
tsoilu, n. Container, room, space.
tsoimelíu, n. Container, room, space.
tsoinarlivu, n. Scaffold.
vúlu, n. Nest; bedding area; private bedroom.
zelmota, n. (a) Beauty of form or style; (b) a "correct" style.