Mockman

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

Vitrifax

noun
A device able to freeze a person in a cylinder of liquid nitrogen to preserve the body in case of catastrophe.
Origin
Formed from vitri (glass) and ‘fax’ – fac simile (“make like”).
Source
Fiasco

Wethead

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

Exoterre

noun
A species not originating from the planet Terre.
Origin
Formed from éxō (foreign) and terra (ground).
Source
Embassytown

Dromozoa

noun plural
Fast moving symbiotic organisms that invade the human body and cause it to grow new parts.
Origin
Derived from drómos (running) and zôion (animal).
Source
A Planet Named Shayol

Nakalchi

noun
A bio-synthetic being spawned from a mother-machine.
Origin
Naqal (imitation).
Source
Oblivion: A Journey

Godshatter

noun
Fragments of a superintelligence melded with a human-level intellect.
Source
A Fire Upon the Deep

Ziphead

noun informal
A person who has been made into a cognitive computer.
Source
A Deepness in the Sky

Corpselover

noun
A carnivore.
Source
The Star Diaries: The Eighth Voyage

Adaptoplant

noun
Seasonal vegetation that grows into irregular temporary housing.
Origin
Pairing of ‘adapt’ and ‘plant’.
Source
Central Station

Freeboot

verb
Recreational use of the anti-cancer drug Reboot™ for the purpose of experiencing its notable gender-reassignment side effect.
Source
Changes

Sensifrons

noun
A variety of shrub native to Belzagor, able to detect nearby motion and withdraw its leaves as a defence against predators.
Source
Downward To The Earth