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Vulcan Terms

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(This is not a comprehensive guide and is meant only as an introduction to terminology.)

Ahkhinahr — ancient training to become a battlefield psionic warrior
Dwemish ni-an — training: “isolation of identity”
Enok-kal fi-lar — training: processes of definition
Eshak — “eschak”, destructive psychokinetic effects
Fal-tor-pan — refusion of body and katra
Foshinahr — ancient training to become a defensive psionic warrior
Ikapirak — meditation: “closed posture”
Ke-ta-yatar — ancient fighting style designed to kill
Ke-tarya — an ancient fighting style
Koh-nar — “k’oh-nar”, the feeling of being completely exposed in some manner
Kohl — an emotion-purging mind-exercise
Kohl-tor — to meditate (Vulcan-style)
Kolinahr — rigorous training program at Gol to purge oneself of all emotions
Loshirak — meditation: “open posture”
Nahr — discipline
Nashinahr — ancient training to become an offensive psionic warrior
Ni-prazh — stoic, displaying no emotion(s)
Ozhika — logic
Orensu — student, pupil
Osavensu — “honored” teacher
Pailora (TGV) — “pyllora”, counselor, guide
Pid-trensu — high master
Pihlora (MGV) — “pyllora”, counselor, guide
Psthan — search, quest, hunt
Pthak — fear, phobia
Sele-an-t’li — secondary level of adult discipline (anc.)
Shaukaush — passion(s)
Shaula — self-control, reason(ing)
Sochya — peace
T’san s’at — a process of eliminating emotions (anc.)
Ta’a — “taal”, traditional Vulcan hand salute
Tal t’li — first meditation of adult training
Tehrai — goal
Tela’at — elder (title of respect for advanced age Kolinahru)
Tren’es — mastery
Trensu — master
Tu-lan — Vulcan breathing exercise
Tvi-sochya — inner peace
Vedrah prah — acceptance and negation of pain and discomfort (anc.)
Venlinahr — normal state of adult discipline

Ap-Lau (anc.) — a place of eternal peace, “heaven”
Blavet — cassock
Bogozh (anc.) — a place of eternal punishment, “hell”
Brag — tomb
Dva — belief
Dvariben — preach (v.)
Dvaribsu — preacher
Dvasu — believer
Dvatai — doctrine, principle, tenet
E’shua — demon
Eglus (anc.) — religious shrine
Ekon-shoret — pray (v.)
Ekon-toryak — miracle
Fa-wak-glansu — prophet
Faul (anc.) — sacred stone
Gol’nevsu — assistant, helper
Ha’su — angel
Hamlan — “The Great Oasis”, a Vulcan concept of paradise
Ho-rah (anc.) — ritual, rite
Katra — the living essence of a Vulcan, a combination of soul & memory
Kator-dva — spirituality
Kitalu — scriptures, writings
Ko-oveh — female holy person, saint
Kontush — monk
Kontush-kelek — monastery
Korsovaya — salvation
Krol — praise (n.)
Krol-tor — praise (v.)
Kudau — bless
Kudaya — blessing (n.)
Mashkudaya — baptism
Murat — scroll
Odva — religion, faith
Odva-dvinsu — acolyte
Oekon — God, The Supreme Being
Oekon-rarav — hymn
Ofereiksu — The Creator
Okhartaya — commandment
Orthodoksi — orthodoxy
Oshi — shrine
Oslauvolau — sacrifice (v.)
Oslauvolaya — sacrifice (n.)
Oslauvoskaf — altar
Oub — firmament
Oveh — holy person, saint
Oyin — grace (n.)
Pabukh’es — forgiveness
Reldai (anc.) — female religious leader, ruler or princess
Ri-Fainu — The Unknown
Safnishek — censer
Sa-oveh — male holy person, saint
Savaran — confession (n.)
Sha-ka-ri (anc.) — Vulcan mythical source of creation
Shaitan — devil
Shi’kon — church, small temple, small place of worship
Suk-shi’kon — cathedral, large temple, large place of worship
Sulapsadvan — cult
Tam’a (anc.) — ghost, spirit
Te’muhd — scepter, sceptre
Tehnekonel — sin (n.)
Tehnekon-tor — sin (v.)
Tehnekon-torsu — sinner
Trufemu — martyr (n.)
Telvsu — lector, reader
Uus — icon
Va’ash-havikhutaya — reincarnation
Va’ash-keshtan — rebirth
Van-kal (anc.) — ceremony
Van-kal-ain — ceremonial garment
Van-kal-mor — ceremonial blade
Van-kal-raul — ceremonial tool
Van-kal-wun — ceremonial weapon
Ven-dol-tar (anc.) — philosophy
Wugaya — confirmation
Za-vel — relic
Zatrasha-vel — artifact

Abbe — abbey
Adam — Adam
Aps — apse
Abrubehalan — Passover
Aman-Dvasu — Amish (n.)
Anglikansu — Anglican (n.)
Bar-Mitzva — bar mitzvah
Bat-Mitzva — bat mitzvah
Benedikt-kontush — Benedictine monk
Benedikt-Rel’rei — Benedictine Order
Bishuhp — bishop
Bishuhp-shal — diocese
Budda — Buddha
Budda-Dva — Buddhism
Budda-Dvasu — Buddhist (n.)
David — David
Deikon — deacon
Dominik-kontush — Dominican monk
Dominik-Rel’rei — Dominican Order
Ekon-dvasu — deist
Ellas-orthodoksu — Greek Orthodox (n.)
Episkopal-Dvasu — Episcopalian (n.)
Fituhs-stau — crucify
Fituhs-staya — crucifixion
Fransis-kontush — Franciscan monk
Fransis-Rel’rei — Franciscan Order
Frer — friar
Galili — Galilee
Hindu-Dva — Hinduism
Hindu-Dvasu — Hinduist (n.)
Islam|-Dva| — Islam
Islam-Dvasu — Muslim (n.)
Kalvari — Calvary
Kalvin-Dvasu — Calvinist (n.)
Kapushin-kontush — Capuchin monk
Kardihnuhl — cardinal
Katolisu, Katholisu — Catholic (n.)
Kim-ho-rahpek|lar| — last rites
Ko-abbesu — abbess
Ko-kelek-han — prioress (n.)
Kopt-Krist-Dvasu — Coptic Christian (n.)
Krist-Dva — Christianity
Krist-Dvasu — Christian (n.)
Kristelsu — Christian nun
Kristelsu-kelek — convent, nunnery
Kuran — Koran, Quran
Leh Okhartaya — The Ten Commandments
Lehr-tanan — tithe (n.)
Lesh-Hali t’No’uh — Noah’s Ark
Luter-Dvasu, Luther-Dvasu — Lutheran (n.)
Mashkudvasu — Baptist (n.)
Menno-Dvasu — Mennonite (n.)
Meri — Mary, Maria, Mariam
Moshei — Moses
Muhamed — Mohammed, Muhammed, Mehmet
Nav — nave
Odunap — “The Honored Book”, Holy Bible
Ofa-wak-glansu — The Prophet
Okorsovausu — The Savior
Opidsu — The Lord
Os-Stardvayan — Old Testament
Osa-fu — The Son
Osa-mekh — The Father
Oto-go — The Golden Rule
Ovakeshtan — Easter
Ozhit — “The Honored Word”, the word of God or Jesus
Papa — pope
Pid-ko-mekh — Mother Superior
Pid-bishuhp — archbishop
Pid-bishuhp-shal — archdiocese
Pid-deikon — archdeacon
Pentakost-Dvasu — Pentacostal (n.)
Presbiteryansu — Presbyterian (n.)
Protestantsu — Protestant (n.)
Rakel — Rachel
Ramadan — Ramadan, Ramazan
Ri’ekon-dvasu — atheist
Rus-Orthodoksu — Russian Orthodox (n.)
Sa-abbesu — abbot
Sa-kelek-han — prior (n.)
Sabbat — sabbath, shabbat
Sai’entolodzhi|-Dva| — Scientology
Sai’entolodzhi-Dvasu — Scientologist (n.)
Saluhmuhn — Solomon
Shaitan — Satan, Lucifer, The Devil, Old Nick
Shaitansu — Satanist (n.)
She’rak-Orthodoksu — Eastern Orthodox (n.)
Shinto|-Dva| — Shinto(ism)
Shinto-Dvasu — Shintoist (n.)
Stehr-Gad-Ad’ventsu — Seventh-Day Adventist (n.)
Talmud — The Talmud
Tam’a-dvasu — Spiritualist (n.)
Tikap-Dvasu — Methodist (n.)
Trefemu-feim — martyrology
Tuhs — cross (n.)
Tuwak-Gad-Oveh — Latter-Day Saint (n.)
Uzh-Stardvayan — New Testament
Vai-elmin — chrism, holy oil
Vai-Kitalu — Holy Scriptures
Vai-masu — holy water
Vai-masu-palutunausu — aquebajulus, holy water clerk
Vai-Tam’a — Holy Ghost, Holy Spirit
Vikar — vicar
Wihka|-Dva| — Wicca
Wihka-Dvasu — Wiccan (n.)
Yaritra-lehr-tanan — agistment
Yeihova — Jehovah, Yahweh
Yeihova-Toglantausu — Jehovah’s Witness (n.)
Yeisu|-Krist| — Jesus (Christ)
Yeisu-tuhs — crucifix
Yel t’David — Star of David
Yuda-Dva — Judaism
Yuda-Dvasu — Jew (n.)
Yuda-kon-kel — synagogue

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