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Lilitika Dictionary
All words in the early Lilitic language.
dzenekhonverekirí, a. Of the same description.
dzenkrí, a. Of the same description.
dzenkrivíu, n. Copy; something of the same description as something else.
Dzhaméka, n. Jamaica.
dzhel'-bavé, v. To bend meaning; to make a metaphor; to transfigure.
dzhelé, v. To mean or signify.
dzhelfé, v. To ask after the definition of something, for aphorismus or genuine interest.
dzhelonveré, v. To define a word.
dzhelu, n. Meaning.
dzhemenu, n. Wall, boundary.
Dzhemesselía, n. The annual Festival of New Romance.
dzhemetla, n. Limerance, the passion of new love.
dzherdila, n. Slow realisation of attraction.
dzheríora, n. Burning feeling of new love.
dzherlapía, n. Ruby.
dzherleka, n. Red-tree, one of several species of Terran tree adapted to feed on blue light [Late Lilitika].
dzherona, n. Cherry.
dzhertúzu, n. Rhubarb.
dzheru, n. Red; passionateness.
dzhethotona, n. Grape.
dzhethu, n. Purple; imaginative playfulness.
Dzhíbúte, n. Djibouti.
dzhíva, n. The wide DZH consonant.
dzhozlíu, n. Protein.
dzhrítu, n. Adjective.
dzhru, n. Noun.
dzhusu, n. Constitutive physical strength; the ability to withstand external force.
dzí, a. What, which.
dzíré, v. To signify.
dzora, n. The DZ consonant.
dzu, n. What.
dzú-, pre. Direct inverse of lú-; ~-analogue.
dzúdzúbé, v. To overuse analogies in the description of something.
dzúmínu, n. Key.
dzún-, pre. Direct inverse of lún-; ~-analogue.
dzúneitu, n. Wisdom; knowledgeability of facts and patterns.
dzútheluví, a. Analogous; similar in function or role.
dzuvê, ex. With regards to the situation at hand; what is currently being done; presently; now; already; anyway.
dzuvé, v. What act.
dzúwidhu, n. Bardic talent; knowledgeability of history and stories.
é-, pre. When combined with a -í stem, turns a noun into an adjective meaning 'with <noun>' (N to A).
ébamela, n. Second mother; female biological father.
-ebé, suf. To make or create ~ (N to V); see -thebé.
ébedúré, v. To scald.
édarí, a. Related to; connected with.
édazé, v. To clothe; to dress someone with clothing.
éde, n. The long E vowel.
édhabré, v. To weave.
-edí, suf. ~ed; having been ~ed (V to A).
edoséu, n. Wheel.
Édtelía, n. Ireland.
édtíekhté, v. To carve with a sharpened instrument.
edtu, n. Bit.
edzhrí, a. Neuter.
ef-, pre. When followed by any emotion declined in masculine form, indicates the trigger or cause of an action.
efalo-, pre. Out of anger (usually applied to verbs).
efalthéonu, n. Computer input device.
efaltu, n. Input.
efamané, v. To decide to love something, or to choose a loving/compassionate course of action.
efdú-, pre. From sorrow (usually applied to verbs).
efdúkera, n. Tragic coincidence.
efdúpolu, n. Schadenfreude; joy in response to sorrow.
efeshelé, v. To deserve blame.
efeshessa, n. Blame-worthiness.
efeshestu, n. Blame.
eflitrí, a. From a group; an emotion felt on behalf of a group one belongs to.
efo-, pre. Out of joy (usually applied to verbs).
éfoikolintu, n. Contentment from complexity.
efokera, n. Happy coincidence; as an exclamation, remarking on a good outcome.
efositha, n. A genre of playful, upbeat music.
efoyaé, v. To cheer.
efoyazu, n. Enthusiast, ardent supporter.
eftessomaté, v. To hold an assembly or ceremony for consultation or prayer.
eftetu, n. Descendant; daughter/son; child.
eftomaté, v. To consult.
efútéu, n. Cynicism.
efútoiu, n. Fatigue or emptiness caused by cynicism.
egé, v. To leave.
eghileru, n. Animal.
eginu, n. Spectrum.
egní, a. Narrow.
egní dzhíva, n. The narrow DZH consonant.
egní iña, n. The narrow NG consonant.
egní tshada, n. The narrow TSH consonant.
egní vese, n. The narrow V consonant.
egní yura, n. The narrow Y consonant.
egninu, n. The dimension crossing the point of reference's vision horizontally.
egnipúé, v. To shoot a gun or bow, or trigger a catapult.
egnu, n. Width.
égônúbedí, a. Designed to accommodate Lilitai.
egrekelu, n. Culturally neutral term for a Lilitu.
égreku, n. Star (Ksreskézaian term).
egríu, n. Gun; any weapon that fires a projectile with a force other than that imparted on it by the user's muscles.
egú-, pre. Mysterious, vague, unfamiliar.
egúkorridtu, n. Unverifiable claim.
egúlé, ex. Cry of disgust or exasperation.
egúlí, a. General or vague.
egúlildtu, n. Ambiguous property.
egúmeftu, n. Relative of indeterminate relation.
egúnikúé, v. To make sense of something incoherent or confusing.

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