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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
yeñklatí litraité, v. To form or coin a word or phrase without the use of any abbreviation.
yeñklúnaré, v. To use rhetorical parallelism through repeated use of similarity throughout the structure of the sentence or clause.
yentaléú, m. Always.
yentheltimé, v. To alliterate perfectly.
yenthelzoré, v. To exclusively devote oneself to something.
yentí, a. Every; each and every.
yenzoré, v. To exclusively devote resources to something.
yepé, v. To play; especially, to play a game.
yepéu, n. Fetus, larva, or seedling.
yepliní, a. Oily.
yeranzhofelía, n. Period of approximately five to six weeks following Dzhemesselía when relationships are fresh (or refreshed) and going strong; the honeymoon season.
yeré, ex. Again; more.
yereké, v. To daze, dazzle, or entrance.
yereloé, v. To re-use.
yeresaré, v. To do again; to do more.
yereserví, a. Exhausted.
yeresí, a. Again.
yerezí, a. More.
yérezidtu, n. Superlative.
yerí, a. Many.
yéridtu, n. Comparative.
yerislisu, n. Polymer.
yerúé, v. To multiply.
yesithu, n. Echo; unsolicited, spontaneous recollection of a memory (figurative).
yestalí, a. Frequent; occurring often.
yestalu, n. Oftentimes.
yeté, v. To verify or check.
yetelíe, n. Every time.
yezelíonu, n. Phenotype respecifier.
, a. More, many, or again.
yíreku, n. Guess; prediction.
yírobé, v. To predict; to think something is possible.
yoku, n. Face (of someone with medium-length hair).
yolai fínanéú, m. In sole exception.
yolí, a. None.
yolivíu, n. Nothing.
yônillu, n. Dimwit, idiot, or fool.
yoúí, a. Any quantity.
yúlekhu, n. Shade or quantum of distinction.
yúlí, a. Exact.
yúlikhru, n. Exact shade (of a color).
Yúlinova, n. July, the seventh month of the Gregorian calendar.
yura, n. The ornamental Y consonant.
-yurí, suf. Having lots of ~ (N to A).
zabí, a. Critical; essential.
zadarra, n. Ergot.
zadarrelía, n. Rye.
zadarrúka, n. Ergotism as a whole, or the hallucinatory experience brought on by the consumption of ergot.
zalíbé, v. To give the opposite; to contradict.
zalíbipse, n. Antithesis; the contradiction or challenging of a presented concept.
zalitopé, v. To give a reversed statement, such as in antimetabole.
zallaní kedopla, n. Traveller's stone, a name for klinlapía.
zallu, n. Travelling companion.
zanlé, v. To bring about justice.
zanlekína, n. Justice.
zanlekíúbé, v. To justify; to give reasoning why something is just.
zavo, n. Maze, complicated set of decisions.
zedzhré, v. To give a title or nickname.
zedzhru, n. Label or title; appellation; nickname.
zek-, pre. Former, previously.
zekidathé, v. To write (an experience or event).
zekíu, n. Past event.
zel-, pre. True.
zelaisithé, v. To arbitrate, mediate, or judge a debate.
Zelaisithina, n. Judiciary.
zelamé, v. To marry (to truly love).
zelamematé, v. To wed.
Zelamematekhtía, n. Wedding ceremony.
zelapekaré, v. To fall in love with a performer or model while making art of/for her; see apekaré.
zelarasí, a. Perfectly flat; planar; straightforward.
zelbízé, v. To endure parturition, culminating in zeloleté.
zelekhabra, n. Crystal-tree, a Ksreskézaian autotrophic organism resembling a bush of lightning-bolt-shaped black-quartz branches.
zeléú, m. In truth, generally defying expectation.
zelinínu, n. Reality.
zelinu, n. The realm of factuality; the set of facts.
zellegé, v. To guide someone (to a desired conclusion) with a positive outcome.
Zellidtu, n. Natural rule; universal constant.
zellidzhé, v. To perfect.
Zellika, n. Natural order.
zellúbekwíu, n. Voice of unimpeachable authority; impeccably well-regarded academic.
zelmota, n. (a) Beauty of form or style; (b) a "correct" style.
zelnagendeshu, n. Biological term for human of Rotomem stock; specifically meaning 'those who were captured'.
zeloleté, v. To give birth, after a period of zelbízé.
zelonveré, v. To define a word in an alternative way, generally as a wry comment on the state of affairs.
zelossé, v. To sacrifice.
zelrepé, v. To discover.
Zelrotomemí, a. Of the culture of the Rotomemi.
Zelrotomeminu, n. The culture of the Rotomemi.
Zelrotomemu, n. Individual from the Rotomem culture.
Zeltanova, n. January, the first month of the Gregorian calendar.
zelterbekhtíu, n. Natural conception.
zeltere, n. Soy.
zelteta, n. Life.
Zeltetéa, n. The goddess of life-giving.
zeltetíré, v. To be alive; to live presently (to have life.)
zeltetudzhu, n. The study of biology.
zelteturí, a. Alive.
Zeltshova, n. Saturday, the seventh day of the Gregorian week.
zeltúpu, n. Fertilizer.
zeltútshu, n. Gender, especially Lilitic gender.

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