Grush [groosh] – A word to describe any dense vegetation higher than a cat’s head. An English meadow, African veld, and Vietnamese jungle are all equally grush.
Roli [roal-i] – Ball or wheel. Many derivatives exist:
Motor car – stinki-roli
Motor cycle – bizzum-roli
Truck/Bus etc – rumble-roli
Ambulance, Police Car, Fire Engine etc – wee-woo flashroli
Bicycle – paddlefoot-roli
Pram/Wheelchair – sitz-roli
Trolley – push-roli
Round [round] – Coins, medals, any disc-like object.
Shini [shiny] – Any shiny object. A £1000 gold coin is thus a round shini, as is a galvanised washer costing 0.01c.
Cats do not like woo-woo to blow under their tails. It is considered a very bad omen.
Thunder. Also explosions, cars backfiring, gunshots etc.
Safe Inside Stuff
Lidda [lid-duh] – Lid or saucer. Generalised covering. Also refers to the roof of a house.
Potta [pot-tuh] – Bowl or pot. A potta from which humvee or hullabulla can be licked is especially prized and is known as qolliti potta.
Wumpus [whum-pis] – Bed. A comfortable place to troon. A wumpus can take many forms. A human’s bed is an ayoomfawumpus, and highly prized.
Names for Stuff: Bodily Functions
Shufa [shoo-fah] – Excrement, faeces.
Wizz [wizz] – Urine.
Bloik-bloik [bloyk-bloyk] – Vomit.
Cats are very sensitive about their toilet and do not like being observed or recorded. Khat Lore deems it very rude for a primitive species like humans to watch or record a cat performing ablutions.
So to politely represent these things we have drawn a Bear in the Woods.
Wark-wark [waark-waark] – To cough up a furball.
Lollijubber – Loose fluffy belly fat.