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ReligiousEdit

Akāsha fem. sent. I
the primary deity of the Ktarh pantheon, "mother-goddess"
Akashēs mech. sent. III
alternative of Akāsha, different aspect: mechanoid divinity, primary deity of the Ktarh pantheon, "creator-god"
etōk fem. ina. III
sin, moral offense

OktarhologicEdit

EthnicEdit

Kti fem. ina. II
generic noun usable as substitute for any Ktarh-related inanimate concept/noun, also a general term for all things Ktarh
Ktisak masc. sent. III
a male Ktarh individual
Ktisōk fem. sent. III
a female Ktarh individual
Ktisūd fem. sent. III
a generic Ktarh individual

MoralEdit

ūton v. ipf.
be praised, be celebrated
ā·n masc. ani. III
hero
(poet.) [honourable] person

AcousticEdit

dītton v. perf.
scream, make a sharp sound
ēton v. impf.
make noises, be noisy, resound; resonate

LinguisticEdit

mākra fem. ina. I
word, phonetic unit

ArchitectureEdit

kimi fem. ina. II
house, home
kikīri masc. ina. II
large house, mansion
es'ō masc. ina. I
roof, rooftop

KinshipEdit

ārasa fem. ani. I
mother, stepmother
ārārasa fem. ani. I
grandmother, step-grandmother
ūme masc. ani. II
father, stepfather
ūmūme·k (ūrūmek) masc. ani. cl III
grandfather, step-grandfather
niri masc. ani. cl II
son
nikā' fem. ani. I
daughter

MeteorologyEdit

ī (ī'm-) fem. ina. III
sky, atmosphere
ūrāzh masc. ina. III
wind, breeze
kēkæ fem. ina. I
gust/burst of wind
ōshet masc. ina. III
strong wind
sor masc. ina. cl III
cloud

GeologyEdit

ætusa fem. ina. I
rock, stone; material
okise masc. ina. II
pebble, small rock
nitza fem. ina. I
soil, earth
nitza·k fem. ina. III
variant of <nitza>
nītr·az fem. ina. III
dry soil, cracked/fallow earth

PoliticsEdit

ōka fem. ina. I
court (building/institution)
oktæ fem. ina. I clip.
authority, command, control
oktæton v. ipf.
rule, control, command
oktæaston/oktǣston adj.
commanding, ruling

BiologyEdit

utǣt masc. ina. III
voice, vocal apparatus, vocal ability, sound produced by voice
izhīraton ipf
to eat, to consume
ūr·ak masc. dead III
hunger
kīriton ipf
to drink
okīri masc/fem/mech. ani II
drinker, consumer, that which drinks
nam·az masc/fem. dead III
corpse
nād·az masc. dead III
death

AnatomyEdit

āshūs (āshus) fem. ani/ina/dead clip. III
body
kir·u masc. ina. III
spine
utrakæ fem. ina. I
pelvis bone
aza fem. ina. I
rib
aka·m (iki·m) masc. ina. III
arm, hand
āsēr fem. ina. III
eye

TimeEdit

zarī masc. ina/ani. II
time, passage of time
zarī·k masc. ina. III
small increment of time, little amount of time

ConjunctionsEdit

nāk conj.
but, yet

DerivationEdit

-(s)ak masc. sent. III
suffix that derives nouns that denote someone (male) who is a member of an ethnic, political, educational etc. group
-(s)ōk fem. sent. III
feminine equivalent of above
-(s)ūd fem. sent. III
gender-neutral equivalent of above
o- underspecified
prefix that derives agent nouns from verb roots
-ton v. perf/ipf
infinitive suffix, can derive verbs from nouns
-as·ton adj.
suffix that derives adjectives from material nouns
-is·ton adj.
variant of above

ComparisonEdit

idī adv.
marks the comparative
ē' adv.
alternative to above
sis adv.
marks the superlative
ūkdu adv.
marks the equative
de adv.
marks the subpar
dǣde adv.
marks the excessive

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