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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
mohé, v. To endure.
mohetalu, n. As long as can be afforded; as long as possible.
mohéú, m. Enduringly; continually; unconditionally.
moí, a. Powerful; effective; sturdy; strong; appropriate.
moigrení kotopu, n. Exclamation mark.
moigrí, a. Physically strong.
moigru, n. Muscle.
moigu, n. Physical strength; specifically the ability to exert force.
moihé, v. To strengthen or improve something.
moihé (úebes rezarewú), v. To switch into the active voice, a type of enallage.
moihé (úebes venrafíawa), v. To emphasise a point using slang or broken grammar; antiptosis.
moihé (úebes yekílosekíewú), v. To emphasise a point by repeating important words; epanodos.
Moilanova, n. May, the fifth month of the Gregorian calendar.
moilé, v. To adapt to.
Moiléa, n. The goddess of perseverance.
moisu, n. Individual housing.
moitiké, v. To supplant (to replace with something better and more reliable).
moka-, pre. Decaying, withering, dying badly, wasted.
mokabelíu, n. Withered flower.
mokadíkwa, n. False excuse or alibi, especially one made during the decline of a relationship.
mokafelé, v. To experience nostalgic desire toward.
mokafemnu, n. Withered leaf.
mokakúbé, v. To emit an unpleasant odour; to stink.
mokalva, n. Dune.
mokamé, v. To experience profound nostalgia/regret for; to mourn over something tragic.
mokamela, n. Desert.
mokapla, n. Lifeless soil, sand.
mokarúmbé, v. To make erroneous inferences due to poor health or old age.
mokasé, v. To wither; to lose beauty.
mokasekúbé, v. To taint an odour or flavour unpleasantly.
mokasetí múrúka, n. Anorexia nervosa, the compulsive desire to lose weight to a health-threatening extent.
mokaspa, n. Curse.
mokathelesha, n. Stillborn infant, personal failure.
mokathelu, n. Shame leading to depression following personal failure.
mokazúsa, n. Infertile uterus.
mokeka, n. The smell of decay; any foul natural smell.
mokeke, n. The smell of stale air; any foul smell which is hard to place.
mokeko, n. The smell of burnt machinery; any foul artificial smell.
moklere, n. Detritivorous microbe.
mokyeré, v. To irritate.
moloé, v. To sit.
momúbra, n. Aorta.
Mônako, n. Monaco.
monekhtu, n. Specificity.
Môngolía, n. Mongolia.
moní, a. Specific.
Morokkho, n. Morocco.
motaní, a. Beautiful; elegant; aesthetically conforming.
motaré, v. To beautify.
motazoka, n. Fear of beauty or standards of beauty.
motéo, n. Cartoon.
motha, n. Iron, especially dietary or in blood.
motréo, n. Cartoon.
motshíku, n. Linguistic scheme; a pattern or motif in word selection.
motsoila, n. Heart.
motu, n. Aesthetic.
-motu (2), suf. Aesthetic study of ~, fashion pertaining to ~, manner of ~ (N to N).
Mozantíka, n. Mozambique.
mu, n. Impersonal pronoun.
múaikí, a. Alternative word meaning "fifth" or "quinternary".
múbalu, n. Rusted iron; such as extracted from blood.
múbamé, v. Blood love; to feel connectedness to a parent or child.
múbané, v. To examine or test blood.
múbé, v. To bleed or to give blood.
múbedamazínu, n. Monarchy (rule through blood.)
múbedu, n. Blood.
múbélesta, n. Blood fetishism.
múbenara, n. Blood vessel.
múbézoka, n. Fear of blood.
múbezu, n. Bleeder; weakling.
múbra, n. Blood vessel (contraction).
múdíu, n. Smoke.
múdzhu, n. Race or ethnic group.
múfídu, n. Slashing tool; any sharp object used as a weapon for slashing.
múfídúé, v. To slash.
múklerasa, n. (plural) Stripes of black and white notionally associated with sadomasochism.
múkúpola, n. Delusional mania; irrational exuberance.
múne, n. The suit of blood (labours) as used in playing cards.
múnildísurvalekía, n. Bigotry towards the Múnildai.
múnildu, n. Engineer or scientist.
múraithu, n. Passive-aggressive silence, either malicious or vengeful.
múré, v. To hurt.
múrekída, n. (a) Hematolagniac; a blood fetishist or someone intimately involved in the rites of Múrekíha; (b) vampire (see attestation).
Múrekíha, n. The goddess of sadism.
múrekíu, n. Injury.
múreplu, n. The Illeran plague; specifically, the pathogen responsible for it.
múretrí, a. Sick-eyed; blind.
múretrí neptegezu, n. Heedless obeyer; blind follower; someone easily manipulated.
múrínedu, n. Poison.
múríntoila, n. Venom sac.
múrolebí, a. Harmful.
múrthé, v. To roast; to burn (to slash at with heat.)
múrthikí, a. Roasted.
múrtshandía, n. Incense.
múrúenu, n. Weapon.
múrúkasé, v. To lose something of significant emotional value, especially due to theft as a manner of injury.
murukepé, v. To infect.
murukeshé, v. To be diseased.
múrúku, n. Disease.
múrúladezu, n. Immunodeficiency.

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