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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
itré, v. To observe, witness, or attend an event.
itreza, n. Person who believes in Feplemika or Noplemika; an agnostic or atheist.
itsu, n. Atom.
itsudzhu, n. Chemistry.
ítwa, n. The long I vowel.
iv, conj. FPIC particle; than.
-ivíu, suf. Bearer of adjective (A to N).
ivzu, n. Lake or ocean.
iyé, v. To think.
-íyerí, suf. Much, fully (A to A).
iyu, n. Thought.
izzí, a. Mere.
kadípoa, n. Disappointment.
kadushí, a. Important.
kadzhíra, n. Obedient slave; defector; traitor; puppet.
kadzhírika, n. Obsessive desire to return or pretend to return to the state of being a slave, usually as a fetish.
kadzhíríkwa, n. Dominatrix.
kagalu, n. Chartreuse, olive, or any yellow-green; confident, enthusiastic courage.
kagatolapía, n. Heliodor, a greenish-yellow beryl.
kai, mp. Hypothetical mood.
kalamipé, v. To shove, to knock down, to push down.
kalefaé, v. To tempt.
Kaléréka, n. Day of Poaléa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
kalkome, n. Iodine.
Kamarúno, n. Cameroon.
Kambodía, n. Cambodia.
kana, n. Wild dog; coyote; wolf; fox; any canine not domesticated.
kano, n. Domesticated dog.
Kantanova, n. February, the second month of the Gregorian calendar.
kantapía, n. Diamond.
kantaré, v. To purify.
kantí, a. Pure.
kanu, n. Dog.
kaporu, n. Complement; counterpart.
kara, n. Muse.
karení, a. Recorded or digitally stored.
kareníu, n. Clerk.
karina, n. Rainbow.
karipe, n. Painter's palette.
Karsetalía, n. Friend-Time, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
karsidzhé, v. To befriend; to give friendship.
karsika, n. Friendship.
karsokhu, n. Compassion.
karsu, n. Friend.
karu, n. Color (alternative spelling of khru).
karúmbé, v. To determine by logical induction.
karzellu, n. Trustworthiness (trueness of friendship).
Kasamande, n. Nepal.
kasé, v. To lose something or to be deprived of it.
kasheku, n. Theft.
kashiwé, v. To steal.
kashizu, n. Thief.
katei, ex. It is finished; I am ready; things are OK.
katrolapía, n. Jasper.
kavé, v. To match.
kavitúbé, v. To assert.
Kazakelía, n. Kazakhstan.
kazaré, v. To trust or befriend.
kazarlé, v. To trust.
kazarlí, a. Trustworthy.
kazorré, v. To accept a claim.
kebalenenu, n. Hematite.
kebalomu, n. Metal ore; rocky metal.
kebedé, v. To rush, surge, or flow violently.
keblé, v. To stagger, stumble, or walk clumsily.
keblethé, v. To stutter or stammer.
kedé, v. To mine.
kedlizahé, v. To shift or squirm uncomfortably in response to physical discomfort such as an itch.
kedobedé, v. To mine, smelt, refine, pan for, or otherwise extract mineral resources.
kedobí, a. Rough, coarse, difficult.
kedodtona, n. Chestnut.
kedoka, n. Dysphoria, discomfort, bad feeling.
kedole, n. Dent.
kedolempeneí, a. Shiny but having a coarse texture, thereby yielding an uneven image; eye-catching; bearing mesmerizing detail; secretive.
kedolí, a. Dented.
kedoplere, n. Rock stratum.
kedoplu, n. Rock, stone.
kedosithiku, n. Deliberate use of rough-sounding or unpleasant words to evoke discomfort; cacophony.
kedosténíu, n. Cartilage.
kedotru, n. Any mythological creature with a petrifying gaze.
kedova, n. Mesa, plateau, outcropping.
kedoví, a. Bad; undesirable.
kedúbedu, n. Rough blood (psychotic perturbation).
kedúfé, v. To humiliate through sexual assault.
kedyedí, a. Gritty; grainy; (of a fluid) containing coarse particles or lumps.
kéflasé, v. To take someone's hand and hold it.
kegidtu, n. Leaf node.
keimbeshé, v. To blush.
keimí, a. Hot.
kekh-, pre. End (when preceding a vowel).
kekhataní, a. Final (as a destination).
kekhí alivitildtu, n. Full-stop.
kekhí ilsithildtu, n. Closing quote.
kekhí signe, n. The wide, curled S consonant used at the ends of words.
kekhí tshílitrildtu, n. End-paragraph marker.
kekhí-, pre. End (when preceding a consonant).
kekhíu, n. Ending time.
kekhívíu, n. Epilogue.
kekhloko, n. Duel.
kel-, pre. Intensifier.

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