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indigenousadj: someone or something that is native to or occurring naturally in a particular place
heritagen: the culture and traditions that are passed down from previous generations
ancestorn: a person from whom one is descended; a forefather
communaladj: belonging to or used by a group rather than individuals; for common use
linguistn: a person who speaks several foreign languages; a person who studies or teaches languages or linguistics
functionn: the purpose or use of an object, system, or process; a particular activity or operation that is designed to serve a specific purpose; a mathematical concept that describes a relationship between two sets of values, called the input and output sets; (verb) to operate or work in a specific way, or to perform a particular task or purpose
phoneticsn: the study of speech sounds and their physical properties; the study of the sounds of language and how they are produced, transmitted, and interpreted
phonologyn: the study of the sound patterns of a language, including the distribution and organization of speech sounds; the study of the structure and systematic organization of speech sounds in languages
morphologyn: the study of the form and structure of plants, animals, and other organisms; the study of the alteration of word forms as they change from one part of speech to another
structuren: the way of construction of something and the arrangement of its parts, or a complex thing constructed of many parts
syntaxn: the grammatical order or rule of words in a sentence
phrasen: a group of words that mean something specific when used together
brainn: the organ inside the head that is responsible for one’s movement, thought, memory, and feeling
communicatev: to share or exchange information with others by speaking, writing, moving your body, or using other signals
polysyntheticadj: referring to a language that makes use of many morphemes, often combining them to form words or phrases that convey complex ideas
composev: to write music, poetry, or formal writing; to constitute or make up a whole, or a specified part of it
morphemen: the smallest unit of a language that carries meaning; a combination of phonemes (= the basic units of sound in a language) that conveys a specific semantic or grammatical function
slidev: to move or cause to move smoothly along a surface without interruption
murmurv: to say something very quietly; to complain about somebody or something under one’s breath
categorizev: to put people or things into groups according to their features, types, etc.
varyv: to become different in terms of size, shape, etc.
universaladj: existing or affecting everywhere or everyone
animatev: to make something full of interest and energy
inanimateadj: not having life or spirit; not animate
spann: the entire length of something, such as time or space from beginning to end; the amount of space that something covers
masculineadj: having characteristics or an appearance that are usually regarded as typical or appropriate for men
feminineadj: relating to women; having the features or appearance often associated with women
pulsen: the regular heartbeat as it sends blood around the body, especially when it is felt at the wrist or side of the neck; a solid regular vibration of sound, electric current, light, or other waves
grammarn: the set of structural constraints on speakers’ or writers’ composition of clauses, phrases, and words
relatev: to establish a connection or association between two or more things; to narrate or tell about an event, experience, or relationship; to empathize or feel sympathy with someone or something
possen: a group of people who come together for a common purpose, often to pursue or capture a criminal; a group of people who share a common interest, belief, or trait
environmentn: the natural world such as air, water, and land in which humans, animals, and plants live
immemorialadj: extending back beyond memory or record; very old
developv: to grow or expand; to improve or refine through a process of progress and refinement, often to achieve greater sophistication or complexity; to elaborate or add detail to something that is in the process of being created
pricelessadj: extremely valuable or important
vastadj: enormous in size, number, amount, or quantity
endangeredadj: at risk of extinction because it is facing significant threats
vulnerableadj: capable of being hurt or influenced physically or mentally
policyn: a set of rules, guidelines, principles, or procedures that govern decision-making or action, often used in the context of business or government; a course of action or plan of action adopted or followed by an organization or individual to achieve a goal or objective
governv: to legally control and direct a country, city, group of people, etc. and be responsible for introducing new laws, organizing and maintaining public services
attemptn: an act or effort of trying to do something, especially something difficult
eliminatev: to remove or get rid of someone or something
architectn: a person whose job is to design plans to be used in making something, such as buildings
residentialadj: relating to, suitable for, or used for living in
mandatoryadj: required by a rule or law, compulsory
attendancen: the act of being present at an event or gathering; the number of people present at an event or gathering
ridv: to make someone or something free of unwanted or unpleasant tasks, objects, or person
absorbv: to take in a fluid or other substance gradually
politicadj: wise and displaying the ability to make reasonable decisions
atrocityn: brutal act; an extremely wicked or cruel act
tuberculosisn: an infectious disease usually caused by tubercle bacteria that can attack many parts of a person’s body, especially their lungs
epidemicn: the widespread outbreak of a particular disease in a large number of people at the same time
defundv: to withdraw or cut off funding or financial support from a person, organization, or project
governmentn: the group of people with authority to control a country or state
retirementn: the fact or act of stopping working and leaving one’s job
churchn: a building or institution dedicated to religious worship or activities; a Christian religious organization or denomination
sufferv: to experience pain, distress, or hardship; to undergo or endure something painful or unpleasant
emotionaladj: relating to people’s feelings
abusen: the use of something in an incorrect or harmful manner
attendv: to be present at an event, to go to a place
institutionalizev: to establish or make something a part of an institution (= a place such as a university, hospital, etc.)
settlementn: an official agreement that brings an argument to a close; the process of establishing permanent residence in a place.
lawsuitn: a legal action taken by one party against another in a court of law, typically seeking damages or some other form of remedy for perceived wrongs or harms suffered
reconciliationn: the restoration of cordial or friendly relations; getting two things to correspond
commissionn: a formal instruction, command, or request given to a person or group; an official group of people entrusted by a government or other official body to control or enforce something
survivorn: a person who remains alive after an event in which others have died
explorev: to travel to or penetrate an area or a country to learn about it; to thoroughly examine a subject or a possibility to learn more about it
constitutev: to be the essential or fundamental elements or parts of something; to establish, appoint, or assign someone to a particular office or position; to make up or compose something
genociden: the intentional killing of a large group of people, especially those of a particular ethnic group or nation
massn: a large amount of a substance with no definite shape or form; a large number of people or things grouped or crowded together
biologyn: the scientific study of life and the natural processes of living things
destructionn: the act of causing so much damage to something
reproductiveadj: connected with the process of reproduction; relating to reproducing babies, young animals, or plants
cemeteryn: a burial ground or graveyard; a place where dead bodies are buried
beaconn: a light or other visible object serving as a signal, guide, or warning
pertainv: to be relevant or applicable to a particular subject or situation; to belong to or be connected with something
adequateadj: enough, acceptable, satisfactory for a particular purpose or need
acknowledgev: to accept or admit the existence, reality, or truth of something; to accept that someone or something has a particular authority or quality; to express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for someone’s help, commitment, etc.;
aboriginaladj: relating to the people, culture, or history of the original inhabitants of a particular region, especially before the arrival of colonizers or settlers; indigenous
aimv: to try or plan to get or achieve something
preservev: to keep or maintain a particular quality, feature, etc., especially to prevent it from decaying, being damaged, or being destroyed
attachv: to fasten, join, or connect one thing to another
commissionern: an official member of a government department or another organization who is responsible for controlling something or performing specific duties
secondaryadj: of a lower rank, status, or importance about something else; not primary or central; derived from or caused by another source
reclaimv: to take back something previously lost, given, or paid, or ask to have it back
colonizev: to establish a colony in or on a specific place; to settle or occupy in large numbers
nationn: a large organized community of people living in a particular country or region and having a particular culture
adoptv: to choose to follow something; to legally take a child from another family and care for them as if they were one’s own
declarationn: a formal or explicit statement or announcement
appropriateadj: suitable or proper in the circumstances; fitting
statisticsn: the discipline that concerns the collection, organization, analysis, interpretation, and presentation of data
direadj: extremely serious or urgent; critical, grave, or disastrous
atlasn: a book of maps or charts; a figure in Greek mythology who bore the weight of the world on his shoulders
undergov: to go through something unpleasant or that involves a change
revitalizationn: the process of giving new life or energy to something
adoptionn: the action or fact of legally taking another’s child as one’s own; the act of accepting with approval
immersionn: the act of putting someone or something into a liquid completely; the state of being completely involved in a subject or activity
kindergartenn: a school or class for young children, usually between the ages of four and six
graden: a particular level of quality, size, importance, etc.
intermediateadj: situated between two locations, things, states, etc.; around the middle of a scale of evaluation
fluentadj: able to communicate in a specific language smoothly or effectively, or easily
esteemn: great respect and approval for or a good opinion of someone
nestn: a structure in which animals lay their eggs or give birth to their young
kilnn: an oven or furnace used for baking, drying, or firing clay, pottery, bricks, or other materials; typically made of brick or refractory material and heated with wood, coal, or gas
multigenerationaladj: involving or encompassing multiple generations, particularly within a family or community; relating to or affecting people of different age groups or life stages
traditionn: a belief, custom, or way of doing something that has been passed down from generation to generation within a group or society
possibilityn: a chance that something may happen or be true
endlessadj: having no end or conclusion; infinitely very large in size or amount
gratefuladj: feeling or showing an appreciation of kindness; thankful
vibrantadj: full of energy, life, and enthusiasm
enactv: to make a law; to put something into practice
incorporatev: to include something as a part of a larger entity
reservev: to keep something for future use or contingency; to obtain or arrange something, such as a meeting, seat, etc., in advance
neglectv: to not give enough care or attention to something; to leave something undone
assumev: to think or accept something to be true without having proof of it; to take or begin to have power; to begin to exhibit a specific quality or appearance
provincialadj: of or relating to a local government; having characteristics or views that are narrow in scope or limited by a narrow outlook
interactionn: the act of connecting with someone, mainly when working, playing, or spending time with them
achievev: to successfully complete a task or goal, often through hard work, perseverance, and dedication; to attain or accomplish something that one has set out to do
primarilyadv: mainly
transmissionn: the act or process of sending something from one person or place to another; the process of broadcasting over the airwaves, as in radio or television
mutualadj: common to or shared by two or more parties
quotev: to repeat or reproduce the words or statement of someone else, often acknowledging the source; to give an estimated cost or price for goods or services
framen: a strong border or structure of the wood, metal, etc. that surrounds something such as a picture, door, or window
settlern: a person who moved with a group of others to live in a different country or area
survivaln: the state of continuing to exist or live, frequently in the face of difficulty or danger
continuationn: the act of carrying something on over time without interruption
assimilatev: to take in and understand information or ideas; to integrate
linguisticadj: relating to language or the study of language

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