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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
zelu, n. Truth; perfection.
zelvanlé (alañgrikhe), v. To bring about justice.
zelwidhinu, n. True events; accurate accounts of history.
zelzhíogé, v. To cease sublimation; to return to one's true desires.
zelzígalu, n. Correct (expected) solution.
zelzoka, n. Fear of the truth, either discovering or admitting.
zemí, a. Alternative word meaning "first" or "primary".
zemighilera, n. Protist.
zemillapía, n. Moganite.
zemneite, n. Thesis; the statement of a key proposition.
zémobekhtu, n. Professional integrity.
zémobí, a. Intractably honest; of high professional integrity.
zerzu, n. Data record tag.
zethedí, a. Genuine.
zethepa, n. Forest, wilderness.
zetiyu, n. Small armadillo-like animal kept as a pet; see the Ksreskézaian article fzeltigva.
Zetosa, n. Esoteric name for Lerossa as used by followers of Venika.
zettúa, n. Worldview, personal philosophy, overall perspective on life.
zéúza, n. Oxygen.
zeves, pm. Through being (with the instrumental case).
zeyeta, n. Stable state or flow; balanced circumstances; natural harmony; ideal condition.
zeyetí amúbekhtína, n. Balanced kindness; social empathy.
zhamokelíe, n. Toilet fixture or compost bin.
zhampebé, v. To renew travel; to leave (with proper custom.)
zhampim, ex. Please have safe travels.
zhané, v. To remold or renew.
zhanebé, v. To remix; to create a derivative work.
zhanekhtíe, n. Month (Glotshatko: 25-34 solwiksete, or ~25.1 Earth days on average).
zhé, m. Fraction separator.
zhíloté, v. To regrow after a drought or winter.
Zhílotelía, n. The season of Spring or the early rainy season, when plants start to regrow.
zhío-, pre. Again.
zhíogé, v. To return.
zhíohé, v. To alter; to modify.
zhíovekhrumbé, v. To change the meaning or goal of something.
zhoa, pm. As ~, functioning analogously to ~.
zhobedé, v. To break flow, especially to interrupt a sentence with another as a rhetorical device.
zhode, n. The ZH consonant.
zhofé, v. To subdivide, dissolve, or otherwise break up.
Zhofedí Lemperí Venakoa, n. The annual Festival of Broken Mirrors.
zhofúé, v. To divide.
zhoiré, v. To collapse.
zhokhemu, n. Flake or scrap.
zhokré, v. To shatter into shards; to fragment.
zhoku, n. Shard, fragment (especially of pottery or glass).
zholaré, v. To manipulate (with hands).
zholeñku, n. Glove.
zholezgé, v. To raise one's hands, turning the palms upward in an expression of dismay, inability, or apathy; analogous to shrugging.
zholu, n. Hand.
zhomba, n. Flour.
zhombé, v. To punch.
zhombé (úebes tshitsewai), v. To employ a pun.
zhombitsu, n. Pun; wordplay used for humourous effect.
zhompré, v. To collapse (archaic).
Zhoñgúo, n. China.
zhophédzhé, v. To analyze.
zhotelmedta, n. Knuckle (archaic).
zhovedta, n. Knuckle.
zhovu, n. Fist.
zibé, v. To accept.
zíbere, n. Correction.
zíbízo, n. Reward or payment.
zídíkwa, n. Reaction to an explanation; response; reply.
zígembé, v. To place trust in someone making a promise; usually used with leaders.
zígendale, n. Proposed solution.
zígíté, v. To react to a state of leaderlessness; usually to choose a new leader.
zílúgíté, v. To react to a state of ineffectual leadership or similar.
zímalkolapía, n. Lapis lazuli or lazurite.
zímazé, v. To obey an instructor.
zímillapía, n. Amethyst.
zímu, n. Result.
zímúrúku, n. Folk remedy or medicine.
zíossí, a. In reaction to the world.
zípitrolapía, n. Blue lace agate.
zípu, n. Blue; introspection or introspective seriousness.
zíthandona, n. Eggplant.
zíthona, n. Blueberry.
zíthu, n. Violet; constructiveness or thoughtfulness.
zítshempamekíu, n. Resolve to change circumstances following a reminder of the past.
zívane, n. Back (reciprocal).
zíy-, pre. Response to ~, reply to ~ (when preceding a vowel).
zíyadzu, n. Answer.
ziyalbedé, v. To repair.
zíyaré, v. To react.
zíyarekíu, n. Outcome, especially a usually chemical precipitate.
zíyu-, pre. Response to ~, reply to ~ (when preceding a consonant).
zíyumesha, n. Vendetta; vengeance.
Zízellika, n. The path of devotion to Orthodox Sarthíanism.
zízelliké, v. To react to natural order/beauty, to devote oneself, or to become a believer in an ultimate higher power.
zofekíe, n. Chapter.
zokipa, n. Pettiness; sensitivity or worry about trivial matters.
zon-, pre. Fourteen.
zono, n. The digit fourteen.
zoré, v. To commit resources to something.
, ex. Yes.
zúbeshé, v. To swell or expand.
zúbí, a. Bulky; globular; swollen.
zúla, n. The Z consonant.
zúsa, n. Uterus.
zúseftu, n. Heterozygotic twin or multiple.

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