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The following dictionary entries are tagged Noun:


adin, n. constellation.
agaru, n. noble of the highest category; general.
Ajetaša, n. Oblivion.
alou, adj. red (color & adj)
Aluohein, n. the Times, the great and selfless antediluvian gods who bear and carry the passage of time upwards.
amo, n. child
amus, n. flesh, gore
anaşa, adj. Self-referent of the Anaşa Salanja or Imperial Salanjans; strong, proud.
Anaşali, n. The language of the Imperial Salanjans, and more specifically Kitran/Arahél.
anosu, n. vengeance
ar, n. city
Arahél, n. capital city of the Salanjan Imperium.
arauli, n. threat
Asalune, n. smaller moon of Šaol.
ašazi, n. view, sight, vista
aščo, n. blade
aščoŋilu, n. mercenary profession, a group of mercenaries collectively.
aşman, n. The city/land of the Salanjan supreme hierarchy.
aşmanha aščo, n. sanctified lightning; divine retribution
avalein, n. troubadour, minstrel.
azgi, n. blame
benoraim, n. learning, practice, advancement.
bobi, n. poem
bobjein, n. poet
Čaluoli, n. Language of the Čal.
Čaluori, n. the Čal nation.
čanair, n. breath
čanjam, n. soul.
čanje, n. body of water
čanjel, n. ocean, the Regil Sea
Čantai, n. the Čantai Mountains, a range running along the east-northeast edge of the Regil Plain.
čante, n. east
čémpo, n. concern, empathy
česmenjam, n. annoyance; Ker, phil greater life, societal, or divine challenge
česmoulla, n. annoying one
čisehir, n. walk
čofo, n. cloak
čopru, n. riding ornithomimmid.
čou, n. knee
čuha, n. the cardinal direction West, site of both dawn and nightfall on Šaol; adj west(ern)
Čuhazdi, n. western evening star; herald of the Salanjan night gods.
čuşloir, n. (a) lie
čuşşu, n. concept, meaning
desu, n. iron
di, n. star
digu, n. shit, semi-solid excrement
djantak, n. horde
Djemlorou, n. the upwardly spiralling path where the Aluohein carry out their eternal duty.
dosaunu, n. sunlight
dosu, n. sun
drathu, n. essence
draunu, n. being, existence
drein, n. The people.
dremidu, n. everlasting love.
duleihaim, n. honor
eféjas, n. The elemental force of binding.
eištanju, n. grain, (late) farm
Emi, n. The larger of Šaol's two moons, and by far the more positively-seen.
emidu, n. rich moonlight, having very positive connotations (see Emi for details).
émule, n. emperor, arch ceremonial high king
ereina, n. earth, ground
Esia, n. city in the high foothills of the Čantai Mountains.
eštau, n. fortress, redoubt
etaša, n. nothing
fa, n. eye(s)
fese, n. pool
festil laui, n. ink.
fézdigu, n. cesspool
garé, n. foot
gauş, n. hand
gauşinza kirimli, n. sign language.
goičou, n. calf muscle
hagem, n. cat (mostly kept as pets, though wild populations exist in some areas)
haizosu, n. skill, discipline
haizosujein, n. soldier
hale, n. thick cloud
halesadi, n. cloud of star(s); meteor shower
Hanjušol, n. The supreme evil of the Salanjan mythos.
hauzu, n. work
hedjo, n. arms, weaponry
hedjoi, n. alarm
henjaurou, n. the cutting edge of a sword's blade.
henjulla, n. sword
heşeiŋi, n. debt, truthful response (incorporated form einti)
hezo, n. birthfamily, clan
hika, n. arm
hoi linauhuo, n. bangs; also hoilinauo, hoilinau
horatu, n. predatory bird (broad), falcon (specific)
horir, n. sight (incorporated form oir)
hotsifa, n. blood
Hulmounuo, n. a group mentioned in Salanjan myth devoted to Hanjušol before his defeat and binding.
huonih, n. large herbivorous hadrosaur
igarnu, n. town guardsman
ikam, n. female troubadour.
ikeino, n. buttocks
initiko, n. sky
intaş, n. day.
irafa, n. form, shape
irtinjam, n. position, standing
išalei, n. friend
isišan, n. wife, or more rarely consort, of a verein, especially in Zauzno.
išnupu, n. a small saurian (80cm long, 20cm high at the hip) breed primarily used for hunting.
isokai, n. wine
isokairou, n. winery, grape field
ištaŋ, n. stench
janjaikonjam, n. perfection
janjaikonjamlu, n. those practices which lead to perfection
Ješmante, n. sister of Manjozi, daughter of the Aluohein.
jéwaišnučaim, n. (act of) purging
jisaim, n. gift
jisomeq, n. challenge
jou, n. prefecture or city governor
ka, n. food
kairi, n. house, family dwelling, main farm building; (post Imp, chiefly Kenrui) immediate-family division of a larger extended-family dwelling in larger towns
Kerli, n. the language of the Ker Salanja; heavily used in both prose and poetry.
kezo, n. female genitals (broadly), vagina (narrowly).
Kitran, n. original name of Arahél, frequently used in poetry.
kitraqa, n. a mid-sized (1.4 m long, 0.6 m high at the hip) ornithopod with a speckled body, specialized for rooting tubers out of the ground.
kolunjau, n. horizon
koly, n. moon, undifferentiated between Emi and Asalune.
Konjéwo, n. early rival proto-state to Kitran.
kopta, n. night
kospi, n. daughter
kouqir, n. debt, levy
krintaššé, n. the executed, the condemned
krintaššu, n. execution
krintašulla, n. executioner
ksawein, n. visitor
kumukou, n. mother
kusoru, n. princess
lale, n. veil
lašia, n. mercy
laui, n. dye
laukhi, n. incomprehensibly powerful supernatural force, such as a deity or arch-elemental.
laukhiko, n. a specifically feminine laukhi, generally being deities.
laume, n. darkness; a pitch black area
leiŋgar, n. lich
leska, n. land
lina, n. face
linjir, n. act of doing, action, enforcement; gram Ergative case.
linjirlu, n. gram an Ergative case system, Ergativity.
-llu, suf. habits or paths trodden which characterize a noun (frequently abstract ones) (N > N)
loka, n. fish
luhitso, n. hip(s)
luhoi, n. house, temporary residence, nonpermanent dwelling
luhoile, n. inn
luoh, n. time
luori, n. worker, laborer
made, n. morning star
marésir, n. report
maz, n. windspirit
meivanjau, n. rod of command, a symbol held by the highest-ranking general in a military campaign.
meslo, n. ceremonial hall
moibé, n. south
moiko, n. sister
moikole, n. big sister
moikospi, n. little sister
mukoule, n. aunt (mother's older sister).
mukouspi, n. aunt, auntie (mother's younger sister).
munaiš, n. anus
muspi, n. little one, term of endearment usually applied to children
nabog, n. The elemental force of earth, rock, and stone.
nauha, n. people of non-Salanjan origin.
nauhuo, n. hair
nelou, n. home
neraŋ, n. leg
nerésu, n. infatuation
neris, n. death
neşoden, n. The elemental force of wind.
nevihé, n. tear, rip
nile, n. well-judged deeds
-njam, suf. -ness (A,N > N)
njau, n. sceptre; pole which holds a standard or ensign.
njaulla, n. covenant, unbreakable promise
njauqo, n. spirit, ghost.
njauzi, n. cloth
njelanai, n. thumb
njol, n. year
Nodelo, n. The deification of wind and lightning storms; the chief Salanjan deity.
nomiko, n. woman
norke, n. dawn
noulla, n. layabout
nozi, n. palm
nulau, n. courage
Nurhas, n. guardian deity.
Nusuonja, n. A largely Ker center of religious pilgrimage.
ŋépo, n. river
ŋépo (2), n. alley, small road
-ŋilu, suf. the ~ profession (N, V > N)
ŋuha, n. tribal/governmental council, composed of respected elders and leaders.
ŋuhasar, n. city-state council, frequently found in Ker locales.
Ŋuluopti, n. the weighing of fate
ŋuolisu, n. choice
ŋus, n. the mixture of wind and flame; in Salanjan tradition evocative of burning passion.
ŋuseidzulla, n. roaring wind-risen flame; impassioned speech; burning new love
oln, n. path, way.
otalir, n. love
pasil, n. event, news, task
penlo, n. money, coin
pésisagi, n. defensive line
poka, n. fist.
ponjawi, n. futile act
puška, n. diminutive form of išnupu.
qaişou, n. wing
qulrail, n. shin
raskal, n. the lands to the east of the Regil Gap, which are a continuation of the massive steppes of central Rašau.
redo, n. twilight
Regil, n. the Regil river; also the greater Regil coastal plain
reiŋi, n. wagon
relég, n. waist
rémole, n. big brother
rémori, n. brother.
rémospi, n. little brother
rému, n. man
rémulre, n. uncle (father's older brother)
rémuri, n. father.
rémuşpi, n. uncle (father's younger brother)
rénan, n. truth.
rénaunu, n. greater truth, indisputable fact(s)
renopa, n. small creek; a river in the higher foothills and mountains (where they tend to be smaller).
rensisaim, n. birthright
résa, n. The elemental force of fire.
respi, n. son
Salanja, n. the greater Salanjan nation, composed of the Anaşali and Ker.
Šalimar, n. Paradise as it is described in Salanjan religion; located on Šaol's largest moon, Emi.
šamo, n. wind
şapsu, n. product, goods
Saşém, n. large trading city north of Kitran.
şaurap, n. murder
saušem, n. premonition/warning
séfadzir, n. loss, defeat
séh, n. The elemental force of water, quick-witted, slippery, fickle and yet extremely wise.
šeines, n. medium-sized hadrosaurid draft animal
selauhein, n. banterer, participant in a discussion
sélum, n. (carved) tablet
Şerau, n. Harbringer of despair and suffering in the Salanjan mythos.
sezi, n. hassle, recurring problem
şikelo, n. forest
simaim, n. punishment
sisiq, n. mid-sized hill
skawir, n. journey
soha, n. tree
solaihé, n. smell
şona, n. light
sta, n. sound.
Štolaqor, n. Štolakor, Lord of the Dead, ruler of Šaol's smaller moon, Asalune.
şuhaulla, n. lance, spear
sulau, n. ear
sumeidu, n. the heat of the midday and afternoon.
šuoron, n. those slain unjustifiedly
suşeinsugaré, n. sole of the foot
suwaumeq, n. remaining
symi, n. midday
taifmar, n. survivor
tauş, n. gold
Teršelai, n. Ker city, focus of an early Anaşa military campaign.
tezanékaro, n. a bed which doubles as sitting furniture
-thu, suf. ability to ~ (V > N)
togralaim, n. word
togralu, n. mouth
tsounja, n. fire
tsuopeş, n. mind
tsuopeşaim, n. thought
udrasa, n. the Udraþ, the first invaders of the plain; later Salanjan mostly uses this as a despicative, 'outlander'
upequlla, n. a person who has abandoned their tribe.
urowau, n. back, rear (of a structure or landform)
urowausugaré, n. ankle
utada, n. cloud
utalsu, n. mental lethargy
uzeivou, n. plain
val, n. the village priest of a given portion of the Salanjan pantheon.
valeşi, n. fresh corpse
vasio, n. thread
vaşpanjusu, n. removal
vatus, n. army
vatuskjonjam, n. bellicoseness
vénsudaim, n. unspeakable act
verein, n. duke, especially in Zauzno.
vetuva, n. big toe
vihun, n. life
vorékirle, n. ascension
wapusu, n. message
wišnuloinjam, n. immorality
wukuos, n. pond
zabisimaim, n. retribution
zagi, n. ridge
zaudzos, n. blanket
zaunjuf, n. blasphemy
žaunu, n. strongest moonlight; midnight.
Zauzno, n. the eastern reaches of the Regil Plains, abutting the Čantai Mountains; populated with Ker Salanja city-states before the Anaşali conquest.
zehesi, n. longweek, a 16-day period.
zesasaro, n. The loudest thunder, said to be the wrathful judgement of Nodelo himself.
zişuo, n. finger
ziva, n. toe
zuosi, n. small lizard, frequently kept as a pet