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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
apelí, a. Local; native; not Lilitic.
aperines, pm. In theory.
apes, pm. Within (implying a non-hollow container).
apidzhé, v. To insert.
apilles, pm. In principle.
apintiké, v. To swap the syllables of a single word as wordplay.
apodra, n. Disobedience or lack of faith in leadership; faith in libertarianism.
apogé, v. To enter.
apokhes, pm. In spirit, intention, or feeling.
apola, n. General dysphoria; withdrawal from pleasure.
apolí, a. Local, native, not Lilitic.
aporafu, n. Alien language.
apostekes, pm. In the flesh.
apote, n. Vestibule.
apozelines, pm. In reality/practice.
ardzhu, n. Physical space or capacity.
aré, v. To take.
-arekhtu, suf. ~-ability (V to N); the degree or extent to which something can be ~ed.
aremé, v. To forage or scavenge.
aresekhta, n. Insomnia.
aresekía, n. Futile sleep; sleep that brings no rest; the state of having experienced such.
arlé, v. To take.
arlemé, v. To happen upon and take; to scavenge; to forage.
-arobé, suf. To be able to be ~ed (V to V).
-arobí, suf. Able to be ~ed (V to A.)
arotidtu, n. Experiment.
arotiku, n. Experimentalism; more casual term than alerotémaniku.
asa Bahamasa, n. The Bahamas.
asa Lizeliníasa, n. The Federated States of Micronesia.
asa Maldívéasa, n. The Maldives.
asa Mashalíasa, n. The Marshall Islands.
asa Venetríasa, n. The Netherlands.
asithu, n. Silence.
asothahé, v. To freeze.
asterru, n. Human of Telaian stock.
atalí, a. Never occurring.
atalu, n. Never.
atapa, n. Biological father.
atata, n. Biological father.
ateleru, n. Seedling.
Atetalía, n. Childhood, the first month of the Glotshakhto calendar.
atetí, a. Young.
atetíu, n. Child.
atetônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate children.
atko, n. Calendar of dates, long-term schedule.
atsha, n. Star.
atshabúve, n. Season.
atshadzhu, n. Astronomy.
atshafamu, n. Reflection of the sun, a star, or the stars, usually on water.
atshalapía, n. Small crystals or mineral deposits, usually sedimentary and at the bottom of water, that sparkle.
atshaní lerapolu, n. (a) Permanent storm (such as on a gas giant), or (b) irrational hysteria.
atshaplu, n. Stardust; nebular gasses.
atshapolu, n. Storm.
atshégía, n. Dusk.
atshelíu, n. Date and/or index in time.
Atshénova, n. Sunday, the first day of the Gregorian week.
atshifu, n. Sunshine.
atshisibedu, n. Rain.
atshisifiyeru, n. Snow.
atshisu, n. Cloud.
atshlitru, n. Star cluster.
atshogía, n. Dawn.
Atshogía'l asa Neptrúekha, n. The Dawn of the Ghosts, an annual séance and remembrance ceremony.
atshovu, n. Solar day.
Atvôdzhova, n. Tuesday, the third day of the Gregorian week.
aves, pm. Via the method of (with the instrumental case).
avôkúé, v. To charge into battle.
avôlu, n. Speed.
awozekí, a. Innocent; being in the state of not knowing.
ayé, v. To feel (proprioceptively).
Ayíta, n. Haiti.
azagé, v. To lower.
azelikúé, v. To deny a claim (with authority); to make untrue.
azhoí, a. Elementary; easy.
azholedí, a. Easily lifted; light; readily understood; comprehensible; easy; simple.
azide, n. Voice.
azone, n. Obvious fact or detail.
azonedí, a. Distinctive; easily distinguished.
baba, n. Biological mother.
Badtvédo, n. Barbados.
bahose, n. Lens.
balegekhtu, n. Rail.
balitro, n. Governmental ministry; corporate department or division.
balu, n. Metal.
bama, n. Biological mother.
bamelu, n. Someone related by blood who is loved; a generic, intimate word meaning immediate family member (usually parent or child, more rarely sibling).
bapte, n. Foam.
batría, n. Bacterium.
batso, n. Bubble.
bavé, v. To bend.
bavekhovíu, n. Tail.
bavélesta, n. Tail fetishism.
baveñku, n. Tail-covering.
bavepé, v. To whip (usually with a tail.)
baveshí, a. Bent.
baveshí dzhelu, n. Metaphor.
bavésténíu, n. Tail tissue.
bedara, n. River.
bedé, v. To flow; to water; to release a flow.
Bedlapelía, n. Iceland.

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