- ceara: traditional clothing among zhen
- challorn: a sweet smelling flower
- eketha: a hardwood tree
- elta: a floral tree
- grelth: an arachnid
- gristhera: a food dish popular among many different races; often served at diplomatic functions
- hari a flatbread
- karskat: misbegotten
- katheka: a stimulant analogous to coffee
- kheth: the temporary pouch that grows over and around the lower abdomen of a zhavey for the final phase of Andorian gestation
- klahz: an animal known for its careless way of moving
- saf: a psychoactive chemical refined from an Andorian plant, used in the shelthreth and generally available only by medical prescription on Andor. Possesion of saf is illegal off Andor.
- shapla: a betrothal symbol; woven locks of hair from bondmates
- shax: a poisonous parasitic insect that nests under the skin of its host
- shaysha: an edible beetlelike insect
- shelthreth: ritual consummation of marriage for the purpose of conception
- taras: a kind of tree
- tezha: sexual union outside the shelthreth
- vithi: an edible flower
- xixu: a marine plant whose fronds may be mashed and used in baby food
- zhiassa: a zhaveys milk
- zletha: a flower
- (unpronouncable): Eden/creation (TOS movie: Star Trek V: The Final Frontier)
- Terms and definitions come from the Glossary of Andorii Terms found at the back of Worlds of Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Volume One.
- bouf: 'pink'. This word was used to refer to things that did not work or were non-functional. (FASA RPG module: The Klingons)
- This may have some relation to the term "pink skin" used by Andorians to refer to Humans in the ENT episode: "The Andorian Incident" et al.
Graalek is the written form of Graalen, a native language of Andoria.
Graalen is a consonontal-root language where consonant pairs provide a word's core subject matter, while the vowels specify the word's type. For example, the consonant pair ND-R connotes worlds, planets, or "everything." The vowel set A-O indicates a simple singular noun. So Andor means, simply, "world" while Ondara means "music" (literally: the sound the world makes). The suffix -YA or -IA modifies a noun to prominence, so when Andorians became aware of other worlds, their world became more popularly known as Andoria, meaning the world.
- "Let the heat drop." - Advice to keep calm, cool down. (FASA RPG module: The Orions: Book of Common Knowledge)
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