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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
vira, n. Virus.
viradé, v. To cut; to abruptly stop or break.
viradelía, n. Sports arena commonly used for several styles of knife fighting; or more specifically the surface on which fighting occurs.
viradu, n. Blade.
vishloé, v. To sell.
vístekwíu, n. Business owner.
vité, v. To sell.
vitézhoka, n. Fear of being sold, a rare neurosis found mostly amongst Wemnian evacuees and other late joiners.
vitu, n. Clause, sentence, or statement.
vitúbé, v. To state.
voblu, n. Proton.
voizía, n. Labyridean.
voizo, n. Particularly complex or challenging maze.
vome, n. Nitrogen.
Vosnía, n. Bosnia.
Votana, n. Tibet.
Votsana, n. Botswana.
vúlu, n. Nest; bedding area; private bedroom.
vúzé, v. To summon; to send forth a summons.
wabelapíu, n. Hard rime; rapidly-frozen ice.
walatekía, n. Paralysis.
walené, v. To spin.
walí, a. Fast.
walkúé, v. To hurry, to do or make something quickly.
walthoví, a. Smart; quick-witted.
waltshebé, v. To announce.
waltu, n. News; current information; recent situational update.
warze, n. Particle.
warze lí lítu, n. Particle mood.
washúthé, v. To blow; to gust; to thrust forward into a situation.
Watémalía, n. Guatemala.
webízinu, n. Electric power.
wekella, n. Legend or myth (of Lilitic origin).
wekello, n. Legend or myth (of Ksreskézaian origin).
wemba, n. Lightning bolt, spark, electric discharge.
wembaru, n. Taser; specifically, any of several related baton-like weapons that convey an electric shock from one end on contact.
wembedé, v. To transmit or send electrical current through a wire.
wembúré, v. To electrocute or expose to an electrical current.
wemné, v. To confront (less formal.) Contraction of wistemné.
Wemno, n. A major city on Ksreskézo known for its high merchantile activity.
wemnokona, n. The literary essence of the heroic epic.
wemvoku, n. Courage against obsession; effort made to break a bad habit.
wes, pm. When.
weséu, n. Electrical wire.
westo, n. Confidence; rebelliousness; strength to oppose; disobedience.
wetoséu, n. Circuit.
wetsu, n. Electron.
wiboka, n. Surprise.
widathé, v. To write (a story).
widhebé, v. Report.
widhildtu, n. Story, either historical or fictional.
widhiní, a. Fictional or historical.
widhinu, n. Literature; the sum of fictional and historical accounts.
widhu, n. Book; story.
wíkséu, n. Axle.
wissogé, v. To mimic; to act (like a character).
wiste-, pre. Against; opposite.
wistemné, v. To confront.
wistes, pm. Against; opposite.
wistethé, v. To complain.
wistoku, n. Courage in the face of fear.
wistona, n. Lemon.
wistorí, a. Sour.
wistu, n. Character.
wizgé, v. To push.
wizzo, n. Button.
woisé, v. To know.
woné, v. To learn.
wu, n. Spirit, adventure, energy, tenacity, storytelling.
wúo, n. The W consonant.
yaé, v. To scream.
yakúbé, v. To scream a string of insults, especially adjectives.
yakúbetu, n. Shame after losing a lengthy argument.
yaré, v. To paint (an image).
yatsu, n. Exclamation or interjection.
ye-ye-yerí, a. Very many.
yedzúbé, v. To interrogate.
yéfathahé, v. To brighten (by gaining light) (passive/reflexive).
yéfathé, v. To brighten (by gaining light) (active).
yeflovéu, n. Loop; coil; spiral.
yeghurí, a. Thoughtful, busy-minded, mentally taxed.
yegrotona, n. Raspberry.
yehathé, v. To listen to.
yekasé, v. To lose a possession.
yekerí, a. Heavy (in weight or importance.)
yekílosé, v. To repeat a word frequently throughout a passage for rhetorical effect.
yekorré, v. To reclaim.
yekorrekía, n. Reclamation.
Yekorrelía, n. The season of Autumn or the late rainy/early dry season, when plants are reclaimed.
yelaní, a. Heavy (in mass or substance.)
yelanidta, n. Child born overdue.
yeletshu, n. Rag.
yeloí, a. Worn or heavily used.
yélúdenthahé, v. To darken (by gaining pigment) (passive/reflexive).
yélúdenthé, v. To darken (by gaining pigment) (active).
yemelíe, n. Everywhere.
yemidzhé, v. To repeat something with a different phrasing, generally for rhetorical effect or clarification.
yemotimé, v. To make several anaphoric clauses in succession; to use anaphora as a rhetorical device.
yeñgí, a. All.
yeñklatí, a. Complete; whole; unfractured; finished.

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