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Lilitika
Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
múshomu, n. Hydrogen or any flammable gas.
músu, n. Mouse.
mútsha, n. Flame.
mútza, n. Fire.
mútzané, v. To test.
mútzanekía, n. Trial or tribulation.
mútzímu, n. Ash.
nabedé, v. To jam; to cease flowing due to blockage; to get stuck.
nabíthu, n. Consonant.
nadairo, n. Paint dish for keeping diluted paints in while working.
nadí, a. Thin (of a paint); diluted (of an ink).
nadúklerino, n. Grate.
nadúkwíu, n. Censor.
nadúzu, n. Filter, remover, diluter.
nagalsé, v. To hinder, handicap, or inconvenience.
nagendé, v. To acquire; to solve a lack of something.
nahaponé, v. To clean.
nahaponekwíu, n. Janitor; custodian; maid; cleaner.
nahaponelío, n. Lavacrum, place of cleansing.
nahaponí, a. Cleansed, restored.
nai, conj. Not; generally used to join a pair of nouns or verbs.
nairezyé, v. To skim along an edge.
nairu, n. Edge, fringe.
naití, a. Recent.
Naití Kaladonía, n. New Caledonia.
Naití Ossalía, n. New Zealand.
nakleté, v. To put cracks in something; to make something crack.
nakletu, n. Crack, especially in paint or metal; also a gap between two things that should fit together tightly.
nakligha, n. Psychotic frenzy.
nakozoka, n. Fear of rejection or refutation.
nakwu, n. Actor.
nakyeré, v. To use consonance.
nambo, n. Moisturiser.
Namibía, n. Namibia.
namúrúku, n. Vaccine or cure.
napahé, v. To be bathed.
napeplithé, v. To arrange words or clauses to build down from a climax.
napezo, n. Soap.
napthelé, v. To bathe.
narezí, a. Not more.
nargéu, n. Lever.
narséu, n. Rod.
naru, n. Line.
narúgwéu, n. Piston.
nasarasé, v. To disrupt; to wrinkle.
nashíú, conj. Or; generally used to join clauses.
nashíú-azeltopeklitré, v. To use paradiastole ending in a negative.
nashíú-kaztopeklitré, v. To use paradiastole ending in an affirmative.
nashú, conj. Or; generally used to join clauses.
nasíú, conj. Or; generally used to join a pair of nouns or verbs.
nassekona, n. The literary essence of the personal confession.
nasú, conj. Or; generally used to join a pair of nouns or verbs.
nasu, n. Tolkienian human, very specifically only used to refer to the humans of Middle-earth.
nat, pm. Minus; except; but.
nataksí, a. Irregular; inconsistent.
nataksúé, v. To make irregular or deregulate.
natalémané, v. To lose objectivity with regards to a coworker due to romantic entanglement.
naté, conj. Not; generally used to join clauses.
nateponé, v. To liberate; to grant freedom; to expose from a shell.
natí shéma, n. The ς-shaped SH consonant, reintroduced from Oksirapho.
natí zhode, n. The ς-shaped ZH consonant, modelled after natí shéma.
natí zúla, n. The ς-shaped Z consonant, modelled after natí shéma.
natidzhé, v. To remove.
natíú, conj. Exclusive-or; generally used to join clauses.
natké, v. To expose; to spread.
natkorré, v. To reject or deny a claim (without absolute authority).
nato-, pre. Indicates a verb is being undone or cancelled out.
natoflasu, n. Thumb.
natonúí, a. Slippery; slick.
natopíé, v. To unlock.
natosarobí, a. Reversible.
natoseté, v. To vomit.
natoseteneí, a. Bulimic; unable to retain solid food.
natosetoma, n. Mineral acid; more specifically the non-water component of a mineral acid.
natré, v. To separate.
natrúshiwé, v. To make something disappear.
natrúthé, v. To disappear.
natshíré, v. To skip conjunctions; figuratively, to think quickly.
natú, conj. Exclusive-or; generally used to join clauses.
natu, n. Eraser.
natú-, pre. Negative.
natu (2), n. Act which cancels another.
natúazé, v. To filter.
natúé, v. To subtract or remove.
natúlí, a. Unusual, exotic.
natúloé, v. To erase.
natúmúré, v. To heal.
natya, adv. Undo; see nato-.
natzé, v. To disturb; to imbalance a steady state.
natzeyeté, v. See natzé.
navreponekía, n. Exposure to the elements, or the vacuum of space, leading to hypothermia and other maladies.
navrí, a. Insufficient.
navrí eponekío, n. Inadequate training, mothering, upbringing, schooling, etc.
navúbé, v. To mumble unclearly.
nazaré, v. To remove a part, especially of a plant; to pluck a fruit.
nazgarlé, v. To pluck a fruit, root a carrot, or otherwise take a plant or part of a plant.
nazgé, v. To pull.
nazgru, n. Pull-strength.
neiptu, n. Note.
neitu, n. Book; database.

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