Corsec

noun
A unit of time.
Origin
Possibly an abbreviation of ‘corrected’ (for time dilation) and ‘second’.
Source
The Island

Astralight

noun
Artificial outdoor lighting with an effect resembling starlight.
Origin
Astrum (star).
Source
The White Pony

Calcker

noun informal
A computer.
Origin
Corruption of ‘calculator’.
Source
Wish Upon a Star

Plock

verb informal
To make redundant, particularly by technological means.
Source
The Panda Coin

Jesi

noun plural
Clones produced from a sample of blood purported to be that of Jesus Christ.
Source
What Would Sam Spade Do?

Wormword

noun
A word, which when spoken inveigles its way into the mind of the speaker and manifests itself in his flesh.
Origin
Named for the parasitic manifestation caused by the word.
Source
Entry Taken from a Medical Encyclopedia

Vibrometer

noun
An instrument that can interweave, differentiate, coordinate or completely counteract vibrations of any source or nature whatsoever!
Source
The Vibrometer

Retrostruct

noun
A record of an event created after the fact by combining data from multiple sources.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘retroactive’ and ‘construct’.
Source
The One Who Was There

Theodical

adjective
Relating to a theodicy (discourse justifying the ways of the gods).
Origin
Derived from theós (god) and díkē (justice).
Source
Events Preceding the Helvetican Renaissance

Anemopter

noun
A craft for travelling in the atmosphere of a gas giant.
Origin
Derived from ánemos (wind) and pteron (wing).
Source
Finisterra

Mockman

noun
An animal bred for slavery, genetically similar to a human.
Source
Good Mountain

Wethead

noun informal
A person without cybernetic brain implants.
Source
The Star Surgeon’s Apprentice