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  • (Specifically: poison in solid food.) In some dialects: Chaumas.
  • CHAKOBSA: the so-called "magnetic language" derived in part from the ancient Bhotani (Bhotani Jib — jib meaning dialect).
  • CHAUMAS (Aumas in some dialects): poison in solid food as distinguished from poison administered in some other way.
  • A collection of ancient dialects modified by needs of secrecy, but chiefly the hunting language of the Bhotani, the hired assassins of the first Wars of Assassins.
  • CHAUMURKY (Musky or Murky in some dialects): poison administered in a drink.

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