Grosstopical

adjective
Crudely physical; not taking into account the topography of Cleavage.
Origin
Formed from gross (without deductions) and topical (related to a particular place).
Source
The City & The City

Topolganger

noun
The alternate identity of a place co-located in the Cleaved cities of Besel and Ul Qoma.
Origin
Portmanteau of ‘topography’ and ‘doppelganger’.
Source
The City & The City

Deevee

verb
To devalue or invalidate something.
Origin
Possibly a contraction of ‘de-validate’.
Source
The Shockwave Rider

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

Loglo

noun
Skyglow caused by neon advertisements featuring corporate logos.
Origin
Abbreviation of ‘logo glow’.
Source
Snow Crash

Raspulescent

adjective
Of a simulated scenario: becoming ripe with political intrigue.
Origin
Presumed to be coined after the Russian historical figure, Grigori Rasputin.
Source
The Hydrogen Sonata

Excession

noun
Something excessive.
Source
Excession

Grislesque

adjective
Of a simulated scenario: so complex as to cause horror or disgust.
Origin
Corruption of ‘grisly’.
Source
The Hydrogen Sonata

Grok

verb
To understand so thoroughly that the observer becomes a part of the observed.
Source
Stranger in a Strange Land

Kipple

noun
Accumulated detritus.
Source
Do Androids Dream of Electric Sheep?