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stillu, n. God or Goddess. In traditional Lilitic religion all of the deities are female, so stilla is more familiar to the Lilitai than stillo or stille, which may be more appropriate for other religions. Consequentially, there are many derivative terms that include an 'a' in the middle which might have otherwise used 'u'. Personifying important phenomena and concepts as feminine (such as atsha, "star") is common in early Lilitic. (From stu + illu.)

See inflection scheme: iomanazinení noun
See inflection scheme: sarasí noun
See inflection scheme: zeyetaní noun
See inflection scheme: íomanazinení verb

tags: noun, concrete, religion, goddess
reverse terms: deity, divinity, essence, god, goddess, spirit, supreme being