Vulcan English Description Category
sih-da-sfek X-axis the horizontal axis of a two-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system; one of three axes in a three-dimensional Cartesian coordinate system math
vak-zehl x-ray a relatively high-energy photon used for their penetrating power in radiography, radiology, radiotherapy, and scientific research (noun) medicine
vak-zehl-tor x-ray to irradiate with x-rays; to photograph with x-rays (verb) medicine
kas-kin-kurek xanthophyll a yellow carotenoid pigment, C40H56O2, found with chlorophyll in green plants and identical with lutein; any of various related yellow pigments plant
kas-kin-kurek xanthophyll a yellow carotenoid pigment found with chlorophyll in green plants and identical with lutein; any of various related yellow pigments colour
akan-ha-talu xenobiologist a scientist who studies the biology of extraterrestrial life occupation
akan-ha-tal xenobiology a field within biology which considers the possible variety of extraterrestrial life; it is the study of species' not native to the planet science
vi-kwitau-kov xenolith a rock fragment foreign to the igneous mass in which it occurs geology
ritsuri-tukh xenon a colorless, odorless, highly unreactive gaseous element found in minute quantities in the atmosphere element
ri-fainusu-pthak xenophobia an irrational fear of foreigners or strangers or other species medicine
neik-masu'es-kasik xeric of, characterized by, or adapted to an extremely dry habitat geology
neik-masu'es-kastik xerophyte a plant adapted to living in a dry arid habitat; a desert plant plant
K'lan-ne Xir'tan continent ("New K'lan") a small settlement on the northern coase of the continent of Xir'tan; it serves as an embarkation/drop-off point and resupply centre for expeditions; the settlements attract the "misfits" of Vulcan society, including the followers of Tu-Jarok geography
K'lan Xir-tan - city former settlement on Xir-tan; sank under the sea geography
K'lan-ne Xir-tan - city small settlement on Xir-tan; means New K'lan geography
Xon Xon he was to have been Enterprise's new science officer in ST II, the aborted 1977 TV series individual
tvi-tin t'lap-vukhut xylem the supporting and water-conducting tissue of vascular plants, consisting primarily of tracheids and vessels; woody tissue plant
lapan-slor-tukh xylose the white crystalline sugar, C5H10O5, used in dyeing and tanning and in diabetic diets; also called wood sugar food

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