Deep, adjective: of a synte with a long synterior, and thus less tidal stress than a 'shallow' synte used only to transfer fluids or sounds.
Exsynte, verb, transitive (most Qish languages): to syntelically egest (final 'e' silent).
Kasynte, noun (most Qish languages): apparent-space-manipulable aperture of a synte. Exists only while entangled with its kantasynte, the other aperture.
Klòvij, noun: one thousand vij (see below).
Kreesh, you don't want to know. People go blind just thinking about the stuff.
Qish, proper noun (most Qish languages): planet galactically listed as Squill III.
Skint or sqint, noun (most Qish languages): small monetary unit; usually about 75gm of copper, but sometimes debased with silver.
Strint, noun (most Qish languages): syntelic transfer of metabolic material.
Syndept, noun (all Qish languages, modulo grammatical form): breeder, developer or cultivator of syntei.
Synte, noun (all Qish languages, final 'e' pronounced as in 'wet'), plural syntei: botanical Smale surgery of the meta-persistent karmabhumic hypersurface, requiring entangled meta-particles. Includes functional structures such as membranes, baffles, channels, etc. Evolved and bred varieties include:
|Brasure:||synte big enough for a human to wriggle through, barely.|
|Chamfret:||synte a finger-length across.|
|Dropsynte:||projectile-transmitting synte or kasynte, turning potential energy to kinetic.|
|Falasynte:||bidirectional sound-passing synte or kasynte.|
|Grubsynte:||synte or kasynte specialised for passing edible slurry.|
|Kolosynte:||view-observation kasynte, kantasynte to an olosynte.|
|Koriel:||oriel small enough to be carried.|
|Lopsynte:||asymmetrical-opening synte or kasynte.|
|Mamasynte:||used in Samdal to enable fathers to mother's-breastfeed.|
|Mismatch:||synte with differing geometry of kasynte and kantasynte.|
|Napisynte:||garment worn by humans without toilet training or cloacal syntei.|
|Night-synte:||long-distance sunsynte lamp.|
|Olosynte:||view-acquisition kasynte, kantasynte to a kolosynte.|
|Orelsynte:||unidirectional sound-transmitting kasynte.|
|Oriel:||synte or kasynte large enough to pass a human quickly.|
|Punctyle:||synte a thumb-joint across.|
|Slavestone:||synstone adapted to control humans.|
|Specksynte:||miniature olosynte (highly diffracting) or orelsynte.
Natural ancestors transmit molecular signals undetected by Quishite science.
|Spillsynte:||large fixed watersynte.|
|Spysynte:||inconspicuous information-transmitting synte or kasynte.|
|Syndial:||wearable sundial, with a static kantasynte.|
|Synlight:||sunlight transmitted through a synte.|
|Synstone:||gut-anchored syntelic parasite.|
|Synsurgency:||multiple hostile intrusion via synte.|
|Synthole:||synte arranged for disposal of human bodily waste.|
|Syntube:||small portable dropsynte.|
|Syntehead:||initial access synte, by which other syntei and material can pass.
Cf classical English bridgehead.
|Syntseed:||seed syntelically linked to its parent plant.|
|Syntower:||tall structure in a planar region, with stairs to reach a high wyzand.|
|Syntwell:||deep structure in a planar region, with stairs to reach a low wyzand.|
|Wasynte:||synte passable by aquatic creatures.|
|Watersynte:||synte or kasynte specialised for high flow of water (fixed or portable).|
|Weathersynte:||atmosphere-transmitting synte or kasynte.|
|Wyzand:||synte or kasynte large enough to pass a walking human.|
Synte, verb (all Qish languages, final 'e' silent), reflexive or transitive: to syntelically relocate.
Syntelic, adjective (all Qish languages, modulo grammatical form): related to syntei and the practice of their manipulation.
Syntelics, noun (Galaxic neologism, later adopted on Qish): related to the theory of syntelic manipulation.
Synthelics, noun (Galaxic neologism, later adopted on Qish): the theory of syntelic manipulation without dependence on living matter.
Synthelic, noun (Galaxic neologism, later adopted on Qish): the application of Synthelics.
Syntenet, noun (all Qish languages): system of nodes, most with multiple kasyntei, whose kantasyntei are in other nodes.
Synterior, noun (all Qish languages): space between kasynte and kantasynte, which relative to their surrounding spaces is neither here nor there.
Vij, noun (all Qish languages): an arm's length, without the hand. (Compare classical English foot.)