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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
sabteda, n. Won battle; victory.
Sabtéréka, n. Day of Moiléa, the second day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
sabtúbé, v. To win.
sageví ighine, n. Reason (patient thought.)
sagevu, n. Patience.
saitshéa, n. Season.
salemu, n. Sheet or layer.
saléuthé, v. To write a detailed story from a shorter or less literary source.
salisí, a. Flat.
salithelé, v. To fold (to flatten against self).
salka, n. Profound rage.
salkome, n. (a) Mendelevium; (b) anger-stone; (c) ulcer or hernia.
salôrúé, v. To stare at idly, or with incomprehension.
sampoisu, n. Outpost (safe-house).
sampu, n. Safety or security.
samu, n. Skin.
san-, pre. Nearby; adjacent to (preceding a vowel.)
sanahé, v. To come, to approach.
sanahé (2), v. To approach or to be brought to (passive/reflexive).
sanata, n. Method or style of approach.
sandes, pm. Around or moving around.
sandí, a. Nearby, around, moving around.
sané, v. To bring closer.
sanes, pm. Near to.
sani-, pre. Nearby; adjacent to (preceding a consonant.)
sanlí, a. Near.
Sanossa, n. The physical world, as distinct from the spiritual world.
sapanaro, n. Threshold.
saradobí, a. Embossed; bumpy; detailed; nuanced.
sarafu, n. Human language.
sarakhemu, n. Skin.
sarampí, a. Cozy; comfortable (of an environment or thing).
saramu, n. Skin.
sarasé, v. To flatten or smooth.
sarasí, a. Smooth, refined, easy.
sarasithiku, n. Deliberate use of smooth-sounding or pleasant words to set the listener at ease; euphony.
saraspé, v. To pour a libation; to give succour; to supplicate; to praise; (literally) to yield to.
saraví, a. Good; desirable.
sarbala, n. Lead, especially as a construction material.
saré, v. To do, to perform.
sarekhtímoto, n. Praxis.
sarekhtru, n. Computer program.
sarippí, a. Soft; easily bent.
sarnokona, n. The literary essence of the moral tale.
sarnokonía, n. The moral tale plot-type; a moral tale.
sarnokonidta, n. Moral.
sarnozí, a. Good; morally desirable.
sarobí, a. Capable.
saroka, n. Serenity, calm, peace.
sarradé, v. To annoy.
sarthebé, v. To author.
sarthíu, n. Author.
sartigé, v. To tug gently, especially to encourage someone to follow in a specified direction.
sartithí, a. Softly-speaking; gently suggesting.
saru, n. Activity or work.
sarvidtu, n. Plot event.
sarvíekhte, n. Format of a work of art.
sarvíu, n. Plot.
saryedí, a. Creamy; viscous.
sarzelío, n. Place of business (store, shop, etc.) belonging to a craftsperson.
sarzu, n. Craftsperson.
sasithí, a. Quietly; softly-speaking.
sasku, n. Secret.
satennu, n. Cyborg.
sateple, n. Magma.
satripsí, a. Obvious, easily noticed or recognized.
savlohe, n. Success; accomplishment; correct choice or series of choices.
sayedo, n. Ointment.
sazhobedé, v. To annoy or interrupt; to break someone else's concentration.
, v. To know.
sebenu, n. Structure.
sedtolere, n. Land-dwelling organism.
sedtolipte, n. Large island.
sedtolu, n. Land (as opposed to sea or air).
sedtoppu, n. Horse.
sefenlu, n. Ink, including paints that darken when applied in a more concentrated form, like watercolor.
sefrí, a. Sufficient.
sekeshé, v. To taste.
-selé, suf. To deserve because of ~.
selepé, v. To earn.
senerave, n. Constraint or restriction placed on quantity or amount; limit.
seneré, v. To restrict or constrain by limiting amounts or ranges.
senerika, n. Temperance, moderation, or asceticism.
séntome, n. Bohrium.
sentu, n. Clay, especially Ksreskézaian clay.
sepfilía, n. Appetite.
sepilekhta, n. Thirst.
sepilí, a. Thirsty.
seprezilí, a. Very thirsty; dehydrated.
sepu, n. Drink.
Seregéka, n. Day of Úravéa, the first day of the Glotshakhto calendar.
sereksu, n. Face.
-serhí, suf. ~ times.
serlí, a. Some.
serpu, n. Snake; serpent; Hogenem.
sesu, n. Relative pronoun that refers to a relationship.
seté, v. To eat.
seteku, n. Taste or flavour; does not imply any particular quality.
setezu, n. Eater.
sethé, v. To introduce a subject of conversation in the third person.

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