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physiology

The following dictionary entries are tagged physiology:

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adía, n. Breath or gentle gust of wind.
adíhoé, v. To breathe.
adikade, n. Mucus.
afoé, v. To swallow.
akoneda, n. Menstrual blood.
akonedubé, v. To menstruate.
alaifoiné, v. To swallow.
alémoigrí, a. Physically powerless; ephemeral; gossamer; completely without strength.
alenzede, n. Sweat.
aleseteneí, a. Anorexic; fasting.
altigenara, n. Sense (of smell, hearing, etc).
amebezoka, n. Fear of alcohol.
amebílesta, n. Alcohol fetishism or alcoholism.
ansepa, n. Milk; without qualification, human breast-milk.
bavésténíu, n. Tail tissue.
degu, n. Chitin (not to be confused with dégu).
dekansepa, n. Colostrum.
dezu, n. Neck (archaic).
dútedu, n. Tears; lacrimal fluid.
dzhusu, n. Constitutive physical strength; the ability to withstand external force.
epokúgreshé, v. To experience a spinal chill.
etanshúa, n. All inhaled air.
etanshúé, v. To inhale.
fogedía, n. Prematurely-born child.
gílokadu, n. Bile.
gílonedu, n. Stomach acid.
glopsu, n. Viscera.
gota, n. Ovum or seed.
gotilda, n. Female.
haithalpíu, n. Earwax.
haké, v. To gasp.
ibedu, n. Water.
kedosténíu, n. Cartilage.
kedúfé, v. To humiliate through sexual assault.
khrimu, n. Hair fibre.
klegokhemu, n. Exoskeletal bone or chitin.
klegu, n. Bone.
klíwaledí, a. Dizzy.
koimúbra, n. Capillary.
lestedu, n. Vaginal lubrication.
marmúbra, n. Vein.
masadé, v. To be pregnant.
masadoví, a. Pregnant.
masadovía, n. Pregnant woman.
masakíu, n. Newborn.
masekhtía, n. Pregnancy.
meshu, n. Pain.
metzarleza, n. Insulin.
moigrí, a. Physically strong.
moigru, n. Muscle.
moigu, n. Physical strength; specifically the ability to exert force.
mokasetí múrúka, n. Anorexia nervosa, the compulsive desire to lose weight to a health-threatening extent.
mokathelesha, n. Stillborn infant, personal failure.
mokazúsa, n. Infertile uterus.
múbé, v. To bleed or to give blood.
múbedu, n. Blood.
múbenara, n. Blood vessel.
múbra, n. Blood vessel (contraction).
múrínedu, n. Poison.
murukepé, v. To infect.
murukeshé, v. To be diseased.
múrúku, n. Disease.
natoseté, v. To vomit.
natoseteneí, a. Bulimic; unable to retain solid food.
natúmúré, v. To heal.
neptarleshé, v. To die.
neptavahé, v. To die.
nolrepúbé, v. To vomit up food.
olredu, n. Saliva.
ptekkha, n. Pain (profanity).
resé, v. To sleep.
resezilí, a. Very tired; urgently or deeply needing sleep.
resilekhta, n. Tiredness.
resilí, a. Needing sleep; tired.
rimmúbra, n. Artery.
riñkedu, n. Urine.
riñksoinu, n. Feces.
sarakhemu, n. Skin.
sekeshé, v. To taste.
sepilekhta, n. Thirst.
sepilí, a. Thirsty.
seprezilí, a. Very thirsty; dehydrated.
shúkhrimu, n. Feather.
shústéníu, n. Wing tissue.
sídegu, n. Horn-bone; ivory.
somoigrí, a. Physically weak.
stekkaité, n. To become addicted.
stekkezu, n. Addict.
stekku, n. Addiction.
steklitshu, n. Bodily organ.
steku, n. Body.
stekúgreshé, v. To shiver.
sténíu, n. Flesh.
tebildo, n. Male.
tebo, n. Spermatozoon or pollen grain.
tebobo, n. Semen.
terbé, v. To fertilise.
tetúebeshé, v. To be born.
theleftu, n. Homozygotic twin or multiple, or a person who looks the same.
thelíoru, n. Body heat.

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