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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
gal, ex. Help me.
galé, v. To train.
galeshíu, n. Apprentice.
galezu, n. Trainer, especially in performance arts or recreational activities.
gallapíoma, n. Crystalline sulphur.
galmotona, n. Squash.
galotúzu, n. Potato.
galsé, v. To aid or assist.
galselío, n. Place where essential services (healthcare, policing, disaster management, etc.) are provided.
galsu, n. Assistant or saviour.
galu, n. Yellow; confident, natural determination.
galukotolapía, n. Golden beryl.
galuría, n. Effortful determination; genuine courage.
galurithé, v. To speak candidly in exercise of one's right or privilege to do so under difficult circumstances; parrhesiastic statement.
galutre, n. Golden beryl sequin.
galverilu, n. The Socratic method.
galzí flasu, n. Middle finger.
Gambía, n. The Gambia.
garékosinete, ex. Hugs and kisses.
garenu, n. Paint; any pigment that leaves a solid film.
garo, n. The G consonant.
garsé, v. To hug.
, v. To move.
gebízinu, n. Mechanical power.
gebosí, a. Copious, excessive, abundant, rich, overflowing, too much.
gegloko, n. War.
geglokodeklo, n. Warlord or commander-in-chief.
gegloksnu, n. Hogenem (Ksreskézaian term/slur).
geglokthíu, n. Troublemaker; warmonger.
gekhtanlé, v. To employ the rhetorical device of parenthesis.
gekhté, v. To flow.
gekhtelmé, v. To twist the meaning of a sentence into a new form halfway through; such as in paraprosdokian or a garden path sentence.
gekhtu, n. Flow; the shape of movement.
gélohipto, n. Heated disagreement (little skirmish).
géloho, n. Military engagement; skirmish; (euphemistically) war.
gembé, v. To promise.
gembu, n. Promise.
gembúré, v. (a) To crush (physically); (b) (from gembé) to harm with promises.
gemfrí, a. Lacking sufficiency; nowhere near enough.
gemlapíu, n. Crushed rock; gravel; debris.
genabamé, v. To love a former sexual partner as a friend.
genabedí, a. Dry.
genalí, a. Instant.
genaru, n. Route traveled; path taken.
gend-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a vowel.)
genda-, pre. Without; lacking (preceding a consonant.)
gendaberu, n. Formal promise.
gendabízu, n. Power failure.
gendagí, a. Relative measurement; not taken from zero.
gendagúveru, n. Displacement vector.
gendalu, n. Problem.
gendamefí alesta, n. Sourceless hate; evil.
gendamotí, a. Haphazard; undirected; formless; disorderly; tasteless; uncultivated.
gendé, v. To lack; to be without.
gendikí, a. Lacking in style or cohesion; haphazard; inelegant; uninspired.
gendzhré, v. To insult, especially to call a fool.
genédarí, a. Unrelated; not involving any common factors; separate.
geneiu, n. Vehicle, passenger, or traveller.
genessa, n. Evil.
genesso, n. Cruelty; malice.
gennúí, a. No more; no additional.
genowa, n. Stillness.
gentetha, n. Nitrogen.
genthañgru, n. Seriousness of a situation (cold weight).
genthimapolu, n. Blizzard.
genthimí, a. Extremely cold.
gepé, v. To play (a sport).
gepeto, n. Sport.
geristona, n. Orange.
germotona, n. Pumpkin.
gérotúzu, n. Carrot.
géru, n. Orange; assertive protectiveness.
gestrímanu, n. Brown; smugness or hubris.
gestru, n. Smugness.
géstu, n. Fun.
gethebéonu, n. Engine.
gethéonu, n. Motor.
gevitu, n. Foolish or obvious statement, especially tautology or sine dicendo.
gevitúbé, v. To make a foolish or obvious statement.
gewoní fu, n. Socratic irony; feigned ignorance used to expose faulty premises.
Gewonilfa, n. See gewonu (il fa).
gewonu, n. Fool; uneducated person.
gewonu (il fa), n. Meticulous fool prone to finding flaws.
gezoé, v. To interrupt.
ghabemu, n. North-East.
ghaité, v. To carry.
Ghaní Koría, n. North Korea.
ghanu, n. North.
ghaplé, v. To soak.
ghathanu, n. North-West.
ghedo, n. The GH consonant.
, a. No, none, zero in number.
gí novu, n. Nothing else; no other.
gílokadu, n. Bile.
gílonedu, n. Stomach acid.
gílonoma, n. Chlorine, especially aqueous or liquid.
gílotu, n. Stomach.
Ginía, n. Guinea.
gínosa, n. Culturally neutral term for a Lyrisclensian.
glaté, v. To swim.

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