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G L O S S A R Y   O F   T I T L E S

aconcon (eikounkoun) n. harvest 1. the gathering of ripe crops or fodder 2. the result of action or behavior 3. the outcome of effort


angeo (andeiou) n. heart 1. a hollow muscle 2. organ which by rhythmical contraction and expansion, forces fluid through an organic system


aqeach (akeec) allied, carnivorous in manner, forthright, postulate


belliogi (bealeeougi:) adj. healthful promoting good state of fitness, body, mind, or soul


ce (nei) adj. dis, away, , apart, as under


canae (kaonai) thrill, effortless dismissal of external worry or excess thought


cha (da) v. quench 1. to put out, extinguish 2. to slake thirst 3. to cool


chi (kee) adj. dilute 1. Reduced in strength or concentration or quality or purity, v. 1. Lessen the strength or flavor of a solution or mixture 2. Corrupt, debase, or make impure by adding a foreign or inferior substance; often by replacing valuable ingredients with inferior ones


ciprial (sipriael) adj. strange 1. not within one's previous experience/ unusual 2. arousing wonder and astonishment


darium (deariam) n. relativity the state or quality of being in reference to something else


di (di) of experessing cause, originating or coming from


dominu (douminu:) adj. malleable 1. to have its shape changed 2. easily affected or formed by external influences


eechule (ietfuie) n. tension 1. a force tending to cause extension of the body or the force tending to restore the shape 2. of an extended elastic object 3. the force tending to minimize the surface of a fluid


eillegossinxal (ilidgousinjael) n. tracheid an elongate tapering firm walled cell, serves in conduction, storage, and support


estorna (eastourna) n. gastrea hypothetical gastrula like animal consisting of two layers of cells


faladae (faelaedei) n. malady 1. a physical or mental disorder 2. pretty


falux (also faleaux) (faeles) v. lurid gaudy, sensational /fascinatingly repulsive


fanamome (faenamoumei) adj. outomatistic 1. the philosophical theory that what one thinks or feels or wills is determined by physical changes in one's body 2. an action or event in the mind or body over which one has no control


faryumi (farjumee) adj. intrinsic inherent, essential especially of certain muscles contained completely within an organ or part


flud (flad) adj. internal 1. of or on the inside/ / inside the body 2. involving the mind, soul, conscience, etc 3. essential nature of a thing


fornae (farnei) adj. duplex allowing communication in both directions at once


gee (dgi) n. birth a coming into existence


hadusx (haedufk) n. environ to surround


halodam (haeloudaem) adj. beautiful 1. lovely morally intellectually or physically 2. delighting the senses and exalting the mind


helial (hiliael) adj. corporeal 1. of the body 2. material, physical 3. tangible, palpable


icinae (iisiinei)n. self 1. by for or with oneself 2. independent


ih (iee) n./v. to be


kaeg (keik) v. relate 1. make a logical or causal connection 2. Be about; have to do with; be relevant to; refer, pertain, or relate to 3. Give an account of 4. be in a relationship with 5. Have a relationship to 6. Bring into relation with


kalaeg (kaeleik) n. endeavor 1. a purposeful or industrious undertaking (especially one that requires effort or boldness); 2. Earnest and conscientious activity intended to do or accomplish something, v. Attempt by employing effort


lallendumie (lolandoomee) n. fortune, holding an amassed portion, wealth, of having goods


ma (mo) n. cell the smallest structural unit of living tissue capable of functioning as an independent entity


manuch (manuak) n. fruit 1. the enlarged or developed reproductive body of a seed 2. dry or fleshy 3. the result of effort


mantis (meistis) n. map a representation in scale and surface


misarse (miscarsei) n. ease 1. physical comfort relaxation 2. freedom from difficulty


mlodis (mluodes) n. project determination toward a completion


nas (neis) adj. mass 1. Occurring widely 2. Gathered or tending to gather into a whole; n. 1. The property of a body that causes it to have weight 2. (often followed by -of) a large number or amount or extent 3. An ill-structured collection of similar things (objects or people) 4. A body of matter without definite shape 5. The property of something that is great in magnitude


ochae (okaye) adj. vile disconcerting or unpleasing to the beholder, of disadvantageous consequence


ocinae (useenea) n. vignette (vinjet) a framing of place, life form, and or event, encapsulated within a particular form


oguc (oukchak) n. tool 1. An implement used in the practice of a vocation 2. The means whereby some act is accomplished 3. term for genitalia


oosh (och) n. shell 1. The material that forms the hard outer covering of many animals 2. Hard outer covering or case of certain organisms 3. The hard usually fibrous outer layer of some fruits especially nuts 4. exterior covering 5. A rigid covering that envelops an object; 6. The housing or outer covering of something 7. a hard largely calcareous covering


opusa (aopoopfsa) adj. wise, of great countenance, beyond ones years, containing great wealth of information, excessive


orbicue (orbikju) adj. cognitive the holding of ideas, knowing


ordinae (aordinay) adj. vital 1. Manifesting or characteristic of life; 2. Performing an essential function in the living body 3. Full of spirit; "this whole lively world" 4. urgently needed; absolutely necessary


oshkae (ouskei) adj. languid without vitality, lacking in activity


oxchinae (oksinay) v. open, pathway unabated, unenclosed, wide and unending


oxillaie (okhilay) adj. quantifiable, of the ability to be measured, foreseen truth


phileal (filial) n. shadow 1. a region of relative darkness 2. a mere semblance 3. an inseparable companion


phyllium (filiiam) n. phylum 1. (linguistics) a large group of languages that are historically related 2. (biology) the major taxonomic group of animals and plants; contains classes.


picornavirut (pikaurnaevirt) n. energy, the unifying concept of all physical sciences that associate within any system a capacity for work as a result of motion or mass


piddock (pidok) adj. sentient 1. capable of feeling 2. having the power of sense perception


qua (qi:) adv. the by that; by how much; by so much; on that account; -- used before comparatives; vrb.; as, the longer we continue in sin, the more difficult it is to reform. A word placed before nouns to limit or individualize their meaning.


quo (qou) n. thy possessive adj, of or pertaining to or done to thee


shaluni (fae1juni:) adj. delicate 1. finely made/ very fragile/ needing careful handling 2. requiring of great tact and reflection 3. easily bruised or made ill 4. exquisitely considerate 5. tending to become tired easily


shanamoe (feneimou) adj. veritable real, genuine, authentic


shatits (fantij) adj. visceral of an inner part of the body, the internal organs of the body


tendropie (tendroupi) adj. flummox to baffle, disconcert, perplex


uber (ubr) n. life the state of an organism characterized by certain processes or abilities that include metabolism, growth, reproduction, and response


ubi (ubi) n. organ 1. a structure of an animal or plant adapted for some specific and usually essential function 2. a medium of communication of opinion or information


uraeus (oureies) n. dissonance inconsistency between words, thoughts, actions, and beliefs; relevance between worlds


valianuese (vaiiaenus) adj. bulbous growing from, having or like a bulb


vilaminial (vilaminiael) n. mutagen any substance that causes changes in the genetic structure in subsequent generations


vitrium (vitriuim) n. womb 1. place of origin and early development 2. the mammalian uterus


vkun (fboun) n. bone 1. Rigid connective tissue 2. The porous calcified substance, v. Study intensively


vkuneg (fbounae) adj. boney, having bones especially many or prominent bones


ya (hyoa) adj. prostrate 1. Stretched out and lying at full length along the ground; found on a floor or internal corridor 2. Lying face downward


yoch (yoak) adj. fellow, being associated as a companion or associate

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