agniAgni literally means clan mother. This is a title given to the leader of a clan. Clans are structures with the size and population of a small to medium country.
am-Am- is a prefix added to the first syllable of a name to turn it into a diminutive (ex. Ragu --> Amra). Or two syllables if the name is long (ex. Ulmarei --> Amulma).
fringeFringes are people who are not considered adults but also have slightly different rights then small children. More on fringes can be found in the 'Cultural guide' section.
GdezsuGdezsu is one of the clans. Ragu and Zenwu come from there. The list of everyone from Gdezsu can be found in the 'Characters' section.
HaibneHaibne is one of the clans. Uene and Fuzs come from there. The list of everyone from Haibne can be found in the 'Characters' section.
hedHed is the official title of the oldest son of an agni.
hymHym is the official title of the oldest daughter of an agni. The hym is the heiress of the clan.
ignafIgnaf is the official title of the top strategist in a clan. In terms of power the ignaf is usually the second or third person in the clan.
locyinLocyin is a vocational organisation that groups and trains professionals, often without a locyin membership people can't legally do certain jobs.
MbozsMbozs is one of the clans. Tamna, Fuzs and Uene's ninak is from there.
ninakNinak literally means the mother's brother. An in most cases it refers to the brother(s) who live(s) with the mother of the household and help(s) her bring up her children. In the ruling families it may also refer to a bonded mate of the clan ruler, with whom she has her legally recognised children. In a sense an equivalent of a father because it means the person who takes care of the children together with the mother.
ses uSes u means a trainee of. This is the first step in most careers in Huzsa.
the TentThe Tent is the official term for the upper echelones of the military of a Huzsan clan, you can find more information on the tent in the "military" section of the cultural guide.
zsyZsy means honourable. It is put in front of a name of title to show respect.
zsyniZsyni means honourable mother. It's a very formal and respectful way to address one's mother. Most people use diminutives nini or amni.