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  • Animals/Creatures
    • Barken
      • Hynerian animal (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Brindz Hound
      • Six-legged blood-tracking animal used by Grudeks to clean out inhabited Leviathans of any survivors who could pose a threat to the Grudeks' toubray retrieval operation. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Budong
      • Large space-dwelling creatures, mined when they die for Nogelti Crystals. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains) The crew gets trapped inside a live one. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Dentic
      • Organism that cleans all the excess bacteria and food particles from teeth. (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis)
    • Fellip
      • Creature from the planet Tarsis. Its nectar is used to make an alcoholic drink resembling beer. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction) Crichton mentions while looking for beer. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Fire Snake
      • Creature and potential hazard Aeryn mentions. Crichton: "You shanghai my ass down here. Now you want me to lead? Give me one good reason." Aeryn: "Lots of reasons. Land mines, fire snakes, razor grass, night-vision snipers, Morlian death spiders…" (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Flibisk
      • A small ten-legged creature. Delicious when prepared right and very disagreeable if prevented from mating. D'Argo: "If you're going to be as sour as an unmated flibisk, I will go away." (Season 3 episode Incubator)
    • Hynerian Donkeys
      • Crichton: Pip, whatcha doin'? Chiana: Well I'm having sex with three Hynerian donkeys. What does it look like? (Season 2 episode Crackers Don't Matter)
    • Intellant Virus
      • Creature that moves from one host to another by physical proximity. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Keedva
      • Vicious beast that feeds off budong carcasses. Chews up anything that gets in the way. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Morlian Death Spiders
      • Creature and potential hazard Aeryn mentions. Crichton: "You shanghai my ass down here. Now you want me to lead? Give me one good reason." Aeryn: "Lots of reasons. Land mines, fire snakes, razor grass, night-vision snipers, Morlian death spiders…" (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Nik-nik
      • Creature that mentions Raxil mentions to Crichton and D'Argo, insulting them, telling that the weapons they brought aren't even dangerous enough to kill a nik-nik. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N Sniff)
    • Palmolian Meat Hounds
      • Creature Aeryn mentions when Crichton calls humans and secaceans distant cousins. Aeryn: "Well, the day that they prove that is the day I let Palmolian meat hounds tear all the flesh from my bones." (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Pronga
      • Animal whose smoked sinew is easy to prepare.
    • Qatal Mollusks
      • Delicacy that should not be shared - they're to be eaten whole. Should the flesh be divided among different stomachs, the food poisoning that results is fatal. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Shakloom
      • Squid like creature Crichton hunts for food on the planet Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Stranit
      • A neuro-sensitive creature found on Kanvia and used as a truth detector. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Sykaran Worm
      • Parasitic organism used by the Sykaran resistance to render themselves immune to the mind-altering effects of Tannot Root. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Terleum Mollusk
      • Delicacies Rygel enjoys on the Command carrier. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Trelkez
      • Bird-like creature with two or more heads and tasty brains. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Trigopod
      • An untended renewable food source in the Delvian temple that's part plant, part animal, total nutrition. Crichton describes it as a 'squid calamari cucumber', names it a 'trigopod'. (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • Tronkan Shrill Singer
      • Rygel refers to a two-headed one of these, and compares it to the noise of the paddac beacon. (Season 1 episode I, E.T.)
    • Vitubian Viper
      • Scarran snake creature that Emperor Staleek mentions to War Minister Ahkn: Stop seeing Vitubian Vipers in every shadow and never countermand my orders again! (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Vork
      • Creature D'Argo and Chiana bring back, a predator that hones in on a parasite and eliminates it. (Season 2 episode Beware of Dog)
  • Armed Forces
    • Black Ghosts
      • Peacekeeper special ops. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • The Hynerian Empire
      • Rygel's home.
    • The Hynerian Navy
      • Military branch of Rygel's Hynerian Empire. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • The Ilanic Corps
      • The Ilanic military. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Peacekeeper Icarian Company, Pleisar Regiment
      • Aeryn's Peacekeeper company and regiment. (Premiere episode)
    • Peacekeeper Special Directorate
      • Jenavian Chatto is a Disruptor in the Peacekeeper Special Directorate.
    • Peacekeepers
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    • Tarkan Freedom Fighters
      • Armed soldiers the crew encounters. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Ustar Regiment
      • When Larraq orders Aeryn to identify herself, she claims to be part of the Ustar Regiment, special duty assignment. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
  • Artifacts
    • Hurlian Stone
      • Artifact Rygel mentions while haggling on an alien planet. Rygel: You know, you only expose your ignorance if you don't concede knowledge of the Hurlian Stone." (Premiere episode)
  • Artwork
    • Spirit Painting
      • A type of artwork created by Delvians for recreation. The painting captures the true spirit of a being. (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis)
  • Baked Goods
    • Womilyn Cake
      • Rygel's sweet cake that John uses to bribe Jool. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
  • Bars and Night Clubs
    • Soorat's
      • Bar that Chiana mentions when Braca approaches her, searching for her. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
  • Battles, Conflicts and Wars
    • Battle of Katreen
      • Famous Hynerian battle that Rygel tells Aeryn about - where moron and former Dominar Rygel the 9th single handedly led the climactic charge. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Battle of Madazac
      • War during which General Grynes offered a truce, when he could have forced victory. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Battle of Stalaro
      • Weapon Peacekeeper attacks D'Argo with was made for him for a battle - a spinning saw blade on a mechanical arm. (Season 3 episode Into the Lion's Den, Part 1: Lambs to the Slaughter)
    • The Cenobian Rebellion
      • One of Durka's achievements that Aeryn learned about at Peacekeeper training. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • The Ilanic/Scorvian War
      • The Ilanic scientist Verell fills D'Argo in on the history of the conflict, which started approximately three cycles earlier, while D'Argo was imprisoned. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • The Liberation of Mintaka III
      • One of Durka's achievements that Aeryn learned about at Peacekeeper training. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
  • Beauty Pageants
    • Junior Miss Tough Chick of the Universe
      • Joke Crichton makes at Chiana's expense. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
  • Beer
    • Bier
      • Fictional beer product from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, sets a trap for him advertising "Free Beer & Pizza" (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
  • Beverages
    • Frotein
      • A refreshing beverage.
  • Body Parts
    • Altex
      • Hynerian bodily organ.
    • Ammiox
      • A valve used to control Leviathan amnexus fluids.
    • Amnexus
      • Leviathan organ system. Produces amnexus fluid that can be used as an environment for laundering clothes. The amnexus fluids are known to freeze in elderly Leviathans. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Milla Nerve
      • Nerve in a Nebari's back. Pressing on it can paralyze a Nebari from the neck down, either temporarily or permanently. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • Paraphoral Nerve
      • A part of Sebacean physiology that removes toxins from the body. If damaged, it does not regenerate and toxins will build up until death. A tissue graft from a genetically compatible donor is the only way to repair it. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Regenerative Fascia Membrane
      • Part of Zhaan's physiology.
    • Senil Gland
      • Gland found in most sentient species. The base element of freslin can be extracted from it. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Stomata
      • The yellow tinting on Zhaan's skin, used for the transportation of water.
  • Books-Instructional
    • Leviathan for Dummies
      • Fake book that Crichton makes a joke about. D'Argo: "We need Pilot's help. He's got to instruct us through the process manually.” Crichton: "Yeah, well, I don't think Pilot's in a 'Leviathan for Dummies' kind of mood right now.” (Season 2 episodes: The Way We Weren't)
    • What to Expect When You're Expecting a Baby Leviathan
      • Crichton's joke about a fake book when the crew finds out Moya is pregnant. (Season 1 episode They've Got a Secret)
  • Books-Nonfiction
    • What Makes Us Tick: A Study of Evil
      • Book by psychologist and author Dr. Edith Anderson, one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
  • Books-Other
    • The Oedipus Complex
      • Title of a book that Crichton's mother asks Crichton about, while dressed in lingerie in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • The Timbala
      • The sacred text of the people of Acquara (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
  • Books-Reference
    • The Axium
      • A.k.a The Sacred Axium. Book, the basis for all law on a very ass-backwards world that doesn't have monarchs or political parties. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
  • Buildings and Landmarks
    • The Dimordis Tomb
      • Man on the space station in the Sacred Stillness mentions that he was on an expedition, looking for the Dimordis Tomb in the Berjer Nebula. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • The Jocacean Memorial
      • War memorial on an alien planet that send the crew back in time to the middle of the war. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
  • Candy
    • Janeray Syrup
      • Sweet food product that Rygel mentions, which he desires after their first escape from Peacekeeper captivity. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
  • Cities and Towns
    • Fairy Town
      • Town Stark mentions in the bizarre virtual reality game where Crichton and Chiana are trapped. (Season 4 episode John Quixote)
  • Cities and Towns - Joke
    • Mudville
      • Joke Crichton makes: Things were looking grim in Mudville. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Scarranburg
      • Joke Crichton makes to the bounty hunter henchmen when informs them that their leader is actually a Scarran: "He's just called for a dreadnaught to take him back to Scarranburg." (Season 4 episode I Shrink Therefore I Am)
  • Combat Strategies
    • Neural Stroke
      • Fighting technique used by Scorvians.
    • Pantak Jab
      • Peacekeeper hand-to-hand combat maneuver that can take someone down with one blow. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Scorvian Neural Strike
      • The fighting move that gives Matala away as a spy. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
  • Conditions and Diseases
    • The Carubian Plague
      • Disease Crichton mentions. Crichton: "I mean, what are our chances that we're going to catch the Carubian plague or something?" (Season 1 episode They've Got a Secret)
    • Dermapholica
      • Highly contagious disease that Rygel claims to be a carrier of when the crew arrives on the Katratzi military base to rescue Aeryn. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 1: Fetal Attraction)
    • Geometric Pregnancy
      • A result of genetic modifications to the Sebacean physiology of soldiers bred into a battle unit; pregnancy is accelerated so that Peacekeepers are not out of service long term. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • The Intons
      • A Hynerian airway seizure caused by very strong emotions. Rygel gets a a slight case of the intons when Crichton and D'Argo return. (Season 2 episode Mind the Baby)
    • Karatonga Plague
      • Disease that Tocot's assistant Grunchlk mentions. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Klendian Flu
      • Rygel suffers from a touch of Klendian Flu. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • The Living Death
      • Also known as Heat Delirium. Sebacean heat delirium - as their cells overheat, the nervous system shuts down. First short-term memory, then motor functions. The last to go is long-term memory. They don't die. Their bodies live on in that state. It's the only time they kill their own from mercy. (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis) Scorpius reveals to the Crichton from the neural chip that he was born with the Sebacean condition. (Season 3 episode Incubator) Ullom, Chief Protector of the Prime Lokithian, induces heat delirium in Aeryn via a genetically encrypted bioengineered contagion. (Season 4 episode Promises)
    • Luxan Hyper Rage
      • Condition Luxan males may experience when overwhelmed by extreme anger. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again., Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Space Madness
      • Also known as Transmissible Celestial Dementia. Dangerous condition common in Tormented Space. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Temporal Dislocation
      • The result of being exposed to a black hole. It causes the individual to shift back and forth in time. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Transit Madness
      • Condition Aeryn mentions when Crichton is acting strange. (Season 2 episode Beware of Dog)
  • Construction Companies
    • Harvey & John's Construction and Engineering
      • Company Harvey comes up with in Crichton's head. Crichton prefers "John & Harvey's". "Coming this year Wormhole Weapon to the Stars" (The Peacekeeper Wars)
  • Counselors, Psychiatrists and Therapists
    • Dr. Jean Komenski
      • Psychiatrist, Zhaan's identity in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
  • Counties and States
    • Jensii Province
      • District where female Hynerian Orrhn Pak is from. (Season 3 episode Fractures)
  • Currency
    • Borinium Ingots
      • Scorpius stores s stash of Borinium ingots at Natira's facility. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Brandaar Tiles
      • Currency on the planet LoMo that Crichton and D'Argo have stolen for them. Chiana auctioned off for 250,000 brandars. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N Sniff)
    • Crindar
      • Scarran currency that Sikozu uses to purchase an escape vehicle. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Currency Pledges
      • Dr. Tumii demands one million currency pledhes per crew member to cure them of the disease caused by sharing Qatal mollusks. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Darcat
      • Currency Aeryn mentions - 200 darcats reward for the Peacekeeper tech. (Season 3 episode Fractures)
    • Garanzai
      • Currency Rygel mentions. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Kelvic Crystals
      • Valuable crystals that Rygel won playing Tadek. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Krendar
      • Noranti pays 5,000 krendars for star charts. (Season 4 episode Twice Shy)
    • Kretma
      • Currency. Physician Tocot's assistant Grunchlk demands 12,000 kretmas from the crew for Tocot to treat Moya and Crichton. When they refuse, it goes up to 15,000. Then 20,000. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Nogelti Crystal
      • Stones extracted from the body of a Budong and used as currency.
    • Tinka Stone
      • Currency that Rygel offers Physician Tocot's Grunchlk for alternative transport. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
  • Dating, Escort and Sex Services
    • 1-900-SLUT-GIRL
      • Phone number Rygel mentions when Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman asks him what he likes about Earth on the documentary TV show Alien Visitation. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
  • Doctors
    • Dr. Bettina Fairchild
      • Medical doctor, Aeryn's identity in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • Dr. Tumii
      • Doctor that poisons the crew with Qatal mollusks. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Tocot
      • Diagnosan medical doctor in the Uncharted Territories that inuits disease through inhalation, and treats Moya's burns and remove Scorpius' neuron biotracer chip from Crichton's brain. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
  • Dolls
    • Peacekeeper Barbie
      • Nickname Crichton gives to female Peacekeeper. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
  • Electronics
    • The Aurora Chair
      • Scorpius' torture device at the Peacekeeper base. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Frangle
      • Engine part Furlow mentions. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Grezz Conductor
      • Engine part. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Neural Block
      • Devise that blocks out memories. The Ancients possibly placed one in Crichton's mind to hide the wormhole technology information they gave him. Even the Aurora Chair could not infiltrate beyond the block. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Twinning
      • Technology developed by Kaarvok that replicates beings down to the exact DNA level. (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
  • Fairs, Festivals and Parades
    • The Festival of Pedrark
      • Luxon festival that D'Argo mentions. D'Argo: "My parents will be preparing for the Festival of Pedrark. There is no need for them to keep my seat vacant at this cycle's festival." (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Maxzillian Pilater Day Parade
      • Event that D'Argo mentions: My head is pounding like a Maxzillian Pilater Day Parade. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
  • Flowers, Plants and Trees
    • Bet-tur
      • Along with bet-tur, a component included in a salve that inhibits the Delvian budding process. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Blenirian Grain
      • Grain which used to grow on Sykar before the harvest of the Tannot root took over. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Brocus Seed
      • Medicinal seed that helps stop infection. (Season 1 episode Bone To Be Wild)
    • Chystherium Utilia
      • Scarran flower, also known as strelitzia, or the bird of paradise flower. Consumption increases Scarran brain capacity. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 2: Hot to Katratzi)
    • Coldivara
      • A lush plant which used to grow on Sykar before the harvest of the Tannot root took over. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Coldivara Blenirian Grain
      • Before Peacekeepers converted the planet Sykar into a production facility for tannot root, the fields were lush with coldivara blenirian grain. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Dried Gavork
      • Medicinal plant available for sale in Liko's shop. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Filgran
      • Delvian flower that Zhaan mentions. Zhaan: "The filgran will be just coming into bloom." (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Frotash
      • Luxan flower or plant that D'Argo, saying he'd like to plant a garden. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Gavork
      • Aromatic medicinal herb that Zhaan uses. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Jixit Root
      • Medicinal plant available for sale in Liko's shop. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Kijmot Root
      • Medicinal plant (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Lygel
      • Along with bet-tur, a component included in a salve that inhibits the Delvian budding process. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Mayla Spores
      • Substance Noranti uses to knock out the Charrid soldiers. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • Merimar Root
      • Ingredient used in pleasure elixirs on LoMo. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Micropollen
      • An allergen released by Delvian buds. If not contained, they can cause Zhaan's plant life form to begin to flower and she can die. (Season 2 episode Home On the Remains)
    • Morna
      • Mushroom with hallucinogenic properties found on the Royal Cemetery Planet. Of the four caps on each mushroom, three will get you high and one will kill you. There is no way to tell which lobe is fatal. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Prowsa Fruit
      • Fruit which D'Argo wants to harvest on Hyneria. (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Rauliss Bud
      • Species of flower that Chiana mentions: "What have you guys been thinking all this time? She was out picking Rauliss Buds while all the other mean Peacekeepers did all the really nasty stuff?" (Season 2 episode The Way We Weren't)
    • Rawlis Buds
      • When the crew learns that Aeryn was involved in the replacement of Moya's original pilot, Chiana says, "What have you guys been thinking all this time? What, she was out picking baskets of Rawlis buds while all the other mean Peacekeepers did all the really nasty stuff? She was a Peacekeeper.” (Season 2 episodes: The Way We Weren't)
    • Razor Grass
      • Potential hazard Aeryn mentions. Crichton: "You shanghai my ass down here. Now you want me to lead? Give me one good reason." Aeryn: "Lots of reasons. Land mines, fire snakes, razor grass, night-vision snipers, Morlian death spiders…" (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Sanctity Root
      • A twisted root whose tree forms the heart of the Delvian temples, toxic to everyone but Delvians. It symbolically represents purity in thought and intent of the spiritual teachings of the Delvian Missionaries. (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • Tannot Root
      • A plant converted to Chakan oil, which the Peacekeepers use for fuel. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Tofa Root
      • Small edible root that Noranti mentions. (Season 4 episode Promises)
    • Ucuz
      • An extremely hot alien fruit, that looks much like an apple, found on many of the planets in Tormented Space (Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Watruka Plant
      • Chiana is compared to a Watruka plant, a plant with a sting, and an intriguing exterior. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Zaccum Leaf
      • Chewing Zaccum leaf provides a potent neuralgesic effect. Zhaan gave a Aeryn a small plant that took over her ship under the influence of the Center Halo effect. (Season 2 episode The Locket)
  • Food
    • Food Cube
      • Compact cubes made from various animal, vegetable, and mineral substances (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Hynerian Marjols
      • Treat the aliens give Rygel during the Crichton's test/simulation. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
  • Furniture Products
    • Otec Lamp
      • Luxan light fixture used to ward off evil.
    • Task Chair
      • Katoya's mental discipline training camp chair, which provides access to a virtual mindscape where participants compete. (Season 4 episode Mental as Anything)
  • Games
    • Deemo
      • Game Rygel plays - and loses - even though he cheats. (Season 2 Home on the Remains)
    • Tadek
      • Game Rygel plays with Staanz and Commander Kcrackic. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
  • Government Agencies
    • Consortium of Trao
      • During his imprisonment, Rygel meets Jotheb, next in succession to preside over the Consortium of Trao, ruling ten thousand planets, each averaging four billion Trao per planet. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Eidelon Faction of Neutrality
      • A pacifistic race inhabiting the planets Arnessk and Qujaga able to create an energy field that has a calming effect on individuals, allowing them to see reason. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • International Aeronautics and Space Administration
      • Also known as IASA. Alliance of space agencies. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Ministry of Dissimulation
      • Scarran spy agency with whom Scorpius claims membership when the crew arrives on the Katratzi military base to rescue Aeryn. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 1: Fetal Attraction)
    • The Scarran Imperium
      • The most powerful empire in the galaxy, at war with the Peacekeepers.
    • Triumvirate Council
      • The ruling council of the Eidelon Faction of Neutrality, a pacifistic race inhabiting the planets Arnessk and Qujaga able to create an energy field that has a calming effect on individuals, allowing them to see reason. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • United Nations Space Command
      • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
  • Hardware and Tools
    • Crystal Resonator
      • Tool that Zhaan suggests using to shatter the invasive spider robot creatures on Moya with sound.
    • OZME 1000 Ton Weight
      • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. Crichton converts Scorpius to a cartoon and drops a 1000 ton weight on him. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • OZME Shovel
      • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, sets a trap for him by digging a hole with an OZME branded shovel and filling it with radioactive OZME branded froonium. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
  • Holidays
    • The Gathering
      • Event where the Clansmen on the Royal cemetery planet congregate together. It's the dradest. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
  • Juice
    • Fellip Nectar
      • Aeryn compares Earth beer to fellip nectar. A fellip is a creature from Tarsis. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction) Crichton mentions while looking for beer. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations) Bartender mentions to Aeryn. (Season 3 episode The Choice)
  • Languages
    • Kalish
      • Language spoken by Pilot's race. (Season 4 episode Promises)
  • Legal Services
    • Rhumann, Willian and Mandall
      • Ruling law firm on a very ass-backwards world that doesn't have monarchs or political parties. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
  • Makeup and Perfume
    • Ossoh Scent
      • Potent perfume-like substance, available in varying levels of pheromones. According to Rygel, the stronger varieties can make just about anybody irresistible. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
  • Medicine
    • Freslin
      • A powerful aphrodisiac known to affect several different races that occurs in at least two varieties. One variety, when ingested, makes others seem more attractive to the user. A second variety causes the user to emit pheromones and to appear differently to others. This effect is called an aura morph. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'n' Sniff)
    • Jilnak
      • Medicinal product that causes biological evacuation, especially of the bowels. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Kill Shot
      • Peacekeeper medical product, used in battle triage to stop brain and heart function. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Nashtin Cleansing Pills
      • Yellow colored gel capsules, hangover cure. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
    • Nerve Shot
      • Peacekeeper medical product, used in battle triage to reverse the effects of a kill shot, which stops brain and heart function. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Ointment of Yuvak
      • Medicine that helps to clear breathing passages. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Ointment of Yuvok
      • Preparation of salve or ointment used to clear breathing passages. D'Argo slathered some on Rygel's nose to relieve the pressure when he was suffering from Klendian Flu. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Paralitic Embalming Agent
      • Gas used by the Scarrans on prisoners to dissect them while they are still alive, preserves living tissue without harming the brain. (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Takaar Serum
      • Potion that Zhaan gives to the Sheyang. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part III: Plan B)
  • Menu Items
    • Terleum Mollusks
      • Dish Rygel is served above the Peacekeeper command carrier. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
  • Methods, Procedures and Techniques
    • The Fourth Sensation
      • Delvian practice that D'Argo mentions (Premiere episode)
    • Horodalay
      • The ability to encourage rationality and tranquility in others, possessed by the Eidelons of Arnessk. (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Jinka Pole
      • Method of public display. If you damage the captain's prize, he'll have your heads on jinka poles. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Photogasm
      • A reaction that occurs in Delvian females when exposed to Ionic radiation such as what accompanies solar flares. Stimulating the photosynthetic reaction and causing a rush of an endorphin-like compound, photogasms can last for several hours. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Priority Red One
      • Larraq attempts to commandeer Moya under Peacekeeper Article I as part of his Priority Red One mission. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Quadra Helix
      • A form of the DNA double helix that can pinpoint a species origin using a genetic map, which Namtar extracts from the eye. (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Security Three Velka
      • Peacekeeper security level. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Starburst
      • Leviathan method of leaping through hyperspace.
    • Topographic Bio Print
      • A map depicting concentrations of different life forms on a planet. Pilot makes one to pin down Crichton, D'Argo and Rygel's location on Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Triple quadra Hent
      • A game move in the game Tadek. Very difficult to set up and implement. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Wanta Chant
      • Delvian chant to assist work efficiency.
  • Military Bases
    • Gammak Base
      • Science military Peacekeeper base in the uncharted territories. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Katratzi
      • Location of Scarran torture facility where Ahkna plans to take Grayza. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon) Seat of Scarran power. Small. It's fortified. It's dangerous. Disguises it's presence by mirroring the orbit of one of the moons of Trilask. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
  • Mining Companies
    • Caton Mines
      • Dargo's son is being sold in a lot of 10,000 slaves from the Caton Mines. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
  • Mixed Drinks
    • Raslak
      • An alcoholic drink that Chiana drinks on the Gammak Base. (Season 1 episode Nerve) 
Charrid beverage that D'Argo drinks on Katratzi. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 2: Hot to Katratzi) Given to Aeryn while she's giving birth. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Raz'lak
      • Strong and hot alcoholic beverage Chiana drinks at the Peacekeeper base. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
  • Movies-Fake Reboots and Sequels
    • Honey I Shrunk the Hostages
      • Joke Crichton makes. (Season 4 episode I Shrink Therefore I Am)
  • Musical Instruments
    • Maldique
      • Musical instrument on Sykar. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Shilquin
      • Musical instrument that D'Argo is in the process of building on his workbench that Varrell uses temporarily. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future) D'Argo finishes construction and plays music for Pilot. (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
  • Natural Areas
    • The Barren Lands
      • Aeryn and Dregon go rock-climbing on the Devastator Reefs in the Barren Lands of the royal planet. (Season 2 episode Look at the Princess)
    • Sonic Cowl
      • A subterranean pit on the Royal Cemetery Planet involved in a rite of passage. The person is suspended upside down between two cement blocks and vibrations are created by humming. Chiana managed to remain in the cowl for more than 15 microts to beat the previous record. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
  • Newspapers
    • The Jonesville Star
      • Newspaper Crichton reads in his Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. Headline: FRUITBATS ATTACK MEMPHIS. Tribute to Chuck Jones. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Orlando Herald
      • Local newspaper in the Scarrans' holographic simulation. There was an Orlando Herald newspaper back in the 1800s, but it hasn't been active for decades. (Season 2 episode Won't Get Fooled Again)
    • South Florida Gazette
      • Newspaper that John shows the rest of the crew when they travel through a wormhole to Earth, with the date - October 30, 1986. (Season 4 episode Kansas)
  • Outer Space
    • Aeryn
      • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including one named Aeryn, his point of reference, his guide, and the center of his star chart. His constant. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Berjer Nebula
      • Man on the space station in the Sacred Stillness mentions that he was on an expedition, looking for the Dimordis Tomb in the Berjer Nebula. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Callus Nebula
      • Home of the small planet Vendrall, where Aeryn claims Lechna - the father of her child - is from. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
    • Dewey
      • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • The Flax
      • Zenetan pirate trap for starships, a magna drift mesh, 75 million zachrons long, invisible till you get snagged in it. Then it's all over. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Huey
      • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • The Ilanic Sector
      • Home of the Luxans' genetic cousins, the Ilanics. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Kellek Nebula
      • Nebula mentioned during Grayza and Ahkna's treaty negotiations… in return for dominion over the Luxan territories, the Scarrans will relinquish all claims to the disputed sectors of the uncharted territories - everywhere beyond the Kellek Nebula. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
    • Louie
      • Crichton shows Aeryn his star chart, in which he has given his own names to several stars, including Huey, Louie and Dewey. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • The Sacred Stillness
      • Location of space station that the Moya crew visits, home of the Kampeks, a group of religious zealots that believe the area is where the great gods were born. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Siren Star
      • Star that submits pulse radiation which attracts Leviathans. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Tormented Space
      • Region of space that Pilot mentions. (Season 4 episode I Shrink Therefore I Am)
    • The Uncharted Territories
      • After escaping from the Peacekeepers, Moya heads for the Uncharted Territories, where Peacekeepers have no jurisdiction. (Premiere episode)
  • Personal Care Products
    • Bassim Oil
      • Zhaan finds her missing Bassim Oil in Chiana's chamber. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Hynerian Cream Soap
      • Product Rygel mentions. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
  • Planets
    • Acquara
      • When Crichton fails to release the pressure on Moya's amnexus systems, Moya is forced to starburst away, abandoning Crichton, where he builds new life on the planet Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Arnessk
      • Unnamed enemies of peace unleash a weapon called the Darnaz Triangle on the Eidelon people that lived on the planet Arnessk. (Season 4 episode What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice)
    • Calamari
      • Planet, joke Crichton makes to the Tarkan Freedom Fighters. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Dam-Ba-Da
      • Furlow the mechanic's home world. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Delvia
      • Zhaan's home planet.
    • Eldor II
      • Planet where Noranti says she has seen the mysterious alien markings. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Erp
      • Aeryn calls Crichton's home world the planet Erp instead of Earth. (Premiere episode)
    • Kanvia
      • Planet where the crew goes looking to buy chromextin, medication for Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Khurtanan
      • Planet where the sociopolitical situation involves oppression of females, but there is a resistance movement planning a violent coup to seize power - and they possess the only Qatal mollusks on the planet, which they employ to eliminate certain males in power. (Season 4 episode Coup by Clam)
    • Litigara
      • The lawyer planet ruled by law firms where Zhaan, Chiana and Rygel search for Crichton, Aeryn and D'Argo. (Season 2 Dream a Little Dream)
    • LoMo
      • Pleasure planet where Crichton and D'Argo get rolled. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N Sniff)
    • Mekkar 7
      • Maximum labor planet where both Zhaan and D'Argo spent time, Zhaan assigned to Peacekeeper Intellilan Interface and D'Argo in the Kemlac mines. (Premiere episode)
    • Mintaka III
      • Planet liberated by Durka. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns) Planet Crichton mentions, a boring name. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Nebari Prime
      • Nebari home planet. (Season 2 episode A Clockwork Nebari)
    • Sykar
      • Planet the crew visits that the Peacekeepers have been turned into a production facility for a plant called tannot root, a plant converted to Chakan oil, which the Peacekeepers use for fuel. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Tarsis
      • Planet, home of a creature called a fellip. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction) Crichton mentions while looking for beer. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Trilask
      • Planet with a moon whose orbit the Scarran base Katratzi mirrors in order to avoid detection, where the crew travels to rescue Aeryn. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
    • Valldon
      • Planet where Aeryn hides out, desperate and depressed, after Crichton dies. (Season 3 episode The Choice)
    • Vendrall
      • Small planet in the Callus Nebula where Aeryn claims Lechna - the father of her child - is from. (Season 4 episode Prayer)
  • Power Supplies
    • Froonium Drive
      • Nonexistent part of a Prowler that Chiana mentions, in an attempt to speak techno-babble. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
  • Prisons
    • Lomita Kai
      • Prison camp on the planet Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Terran Raa
      • The prisoners aboard Moya were scheduled for transfer to Terran Raa, Lifer's colony, when Crichton meets them. (Premiere episode)
  • Products-Other
    • Cesium Fuel
      • Starship fuel, used for Larraq's Marauder. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life) The crew of Talyn is forced to dump their cesium fuel in order to get out of the budong. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
  • Professional Organizations
    • International Society of Sociology
      • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
  • Realms
    • Hallowed Realm
      • When Rygel performs the Hynerian Ceremony of Passage when he assumes Crichton to be dead so that he can claim his possessions, he wishes him safe transport to the Hallowed Realm. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Zy-limbron
      • Banik term for limbo, purgatory. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
  • Recipes
    • Caspitian Haunch Stew
      • Voluptuous stew that Noranti makes to celebrate the crew's victory on Katratzi. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 3: La Bomba)
    • Cholian Curd Salad
      • Hynerian delicacy.
    • Crispy Grolack
      • Dish for a feast. (Season 1 episode Family Ties, Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Fried Dentics
      • Dish John comes up with when the crew runs out of food. Based on his belief that, "You can eat anything if it's fried." (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Hepatian Minced Stew
      • Feast item that Chiana prepares. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Kordla
      • Food Chiana prepares. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Krawldar
      • Hynerian delicacy. Rygel eats. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass) Chiana prepares. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Marjool
      • Hynerian delicacy resembling escargot or snails. Rygel mentions. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Marjools
      • Specialty dish offered to D'Argo and Rygel. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Mellet
      • Food dish, equivalent of liver. Rygel: What am I chopped mellet? (Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Shakloom Jerky
      • Food made from shaklooms, which Rygel is fed on the planet of Acquara. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Shellack
      • Dish Crichton makes with space rodent. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Smoked Prongisan Sinew
      • Rygel's favorite dish. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
  • Religious Organizations
    • The Delvian Seek
      • Zhaan's religious order. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Federation of American Buddhists
      • Organization of one of the experts that provides commentary on Alien Visitation, the documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
    • The Kampeks
      • Cult of religious zealots that live in the Sacred Stillness. Some call them noble warriors, but they're not. They're insane. They believe that the people on the space station is desecrating their gods by buying and selling goods there. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • The New Moon of Delvia
      • Delvian temple. Pa'u Tahleen: "Welcome to the New Moon of Delvia, our modest temple to the Goddess of Spiritual Renewal." (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • The Writ of Turu
      • Religious organization that the Tavlek mentions when Crichton goes looking for a gauntlet weapon: "During a hostage raid, we captured a priest, a disciple of the Writ of Turu. He refused to eat or sleep. All he would do day and night was preach, whether anyone was listening or not. I executed him, but I kept his Writ, I don't know why. One day I started reading it. They were words of peace, but they made me feel better. And one day I took off my gauntlet and I threw it away." (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
  • Repair Services
    • Furlow's
      • Vehicle repair shop where Crichton takes his ship. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
  • Rituals
    • Hynerian Ceremony of Passage
      • Ceremony that Rygel performs when he assumes Crichton to be dead so that he can claim his possessions. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
    • Luxan Chase
      • Luxan courtship ritual. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Ritual of Passing
      • Luxan ritual, a bonding, in which an emotional and spiritual link is forged. When an Orican dies, the attendant sanctifies the ascent by transferring energy to her. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Ritual of Renewal
      • While she was supposed to die in the Ritual of Passing, when the Orican sensed D'Argo's astonishing power, she decided to try the Ritual of Renewal instead. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Trinkas Bath
      • Hynerian bathing ritual. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Unity
      • Delvian technique, a moment of spiritual sharing between two consenting parties whereby they link together on a spiritual level to become essentially one being. Crichton: "It's like Disney on acid. Ten years of really great sex all at the same moment." (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
  • Robot Models
    • DRD
      • Diagnostic Repair Drone. Small robots built by Leviathans to perform various functions including ship repairs.
  • Rules
    • Article 6-Rulu, Uniform Code of Admiralty Conduct, Section 19
      • Regulation Captain Braca uses to relieve Commandant Grayza of command. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 3: La Bomba)
    • Article I
      • Larraq attempts to commandeer Moya under Peacekeeper Article I as part of his Priority Red One mission. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
  • Security Products
    • Peacekeeper Control Collar
      • Technology Peacekeepers use to prevent Leviathans from disobeying orders. (Pilot episode)
  • Sex Products
    • Trellon Oil
      • Sensual stimulant that enriches the conjugal experience, for sale in Liko's shop. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
  • Songs
    • Shintock Sonnet
      • Luxan songs, often written about great Luxan warrior heroes. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
  • Sporting Goods Products
    • OZME Rocket Jetpack
      • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, chases after him wearing an OZME branded rocket jetpack. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
  • Spy Gadgets
    • Karjick Pulse
      • Tracking device used by Peacekeepers, attuned to energy sources.
    • Magnetic Crypt Encoder
      • Device used to crack Peacekeeper door codes. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
  • Stars
    • Lanthal System
      • Star system mentioned during Grayza and Ahkna's treaty negotiations, where they discuss a potential division point at the Lanthal System. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
  • Substances
    • Bennigan Fire Silk
      • Chiana tells Rygel she's going to indulge herself and buy some Bennigan fire silk for her bed. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
    • Chakan Oil
      • Peacekeeper fuel, made from tannot root. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again, Bone to be Wild)
    • Chromextin
      • Substance that the crew attempts to buy on the planet Kanvia, a medication for Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Clorium
      • Element, one of the six cargos Leviathans are forbidden from carrying, because it has a numbing effect on them. An atmospherically induced isotope of twinium. Known as onlux by The Denean. (Season 1 episode I, E.T.) Substance mixed in with the shipment of chromextin that the crew buys on the planet Kanvia. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Corvinium
      • Precious valuable metal, demanded by the Tavleks as a ransom for Rygel. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Crylliun
      • The pilot on the decrepit leviathan offers Crichton it's store of Crylliun alloy ore on tier seven as fuel, but his Module can't process it without purification and reduction. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Danlandium
      • Substance Physician Tocot instructs the crew to spray on Moya's burns. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Dorian Ore
      • Metal used aboard the Scarran flagship the Decimator, resistant to pulse blasts. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Drexim
      • Synaptic fluid naturally occurring in Leviathan conduits, bearing some similarity to adrenaline in humans. If it becomes acidic, it may erode conduit seals and spill into the ship's atmosphere in gaseous form. Drexim vapours appear to affect different life-forms differently. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Fyang Powder
      • Medicinal powder that Noranti mentions, that will deepen Aeryn's sleep. When Noranti reaches out her hand with it, Aeryn, slaps it back in her face, knocking Noranti out cold. (Season 4 episode Promises)
    • Hydro-honium Steel
      • Religious zealot Borlik on the space station in the Sacred Stillness adheres herself to a pipe made of hydro-honium steel, which is full of frozen exhaust. Crichton almost shoots her loose, but he is advised that if he ruptures the pipe, they will all freeze in ten microns. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Hydrogen Dixoride
      • Frozen substance in the white hose that Chiana and Sikozu discuss when making their plan to attack the Grudeks. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Iriscentant Fluid
      • Substance Moya uses as fuel. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Jelifan Fire Paste
      • Substance found in Rygel's homemade bomb. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns) John mentions. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Kemlac
      • Substance mined on the maximum labor planet Mekkar 7. (Premiere episode)
    • Kronite
      • Liquid that Zhaan uses to make a bomb. When lutra oil is injected into containers of kronite shavings from Moya's cargo hold, the mix becomes highly explosive. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Lutra Oil
      • Liquid that Zhaan uses to make a bomb. When lutra oil is injected into containers of kronite shavings from Moya's cargo hold, the mix becomes highly explosive. (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Madium Steel
      • Natira tells Zhaan that the vault is made of madium steel. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Medaplast Preservatives
      • Gas that the Scarrans attempt to use on Crichton and his friends on the Screen flagship the Decimator. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Nogelti Crystals
      • Crystals mined in Budong carcasses. (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • OZME Proto-Nuclear Froonium
      • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, sets a trap for him by digging a hole with an OZME branded shovel and filling it with radioactive OZME branded froonium. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Partanium Isotope
      • Fuel Jack requests from Furlow to build his bomb that will destroy the Scarran Dreadnought. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Pelvoth Oil
      • Valuable oil that Rygel mentions. Rygel: "I'll buy you an entire vat of Pelvoth oil! " (Season 2 episode Picture if You Will)
    • Sevar Crystals
      • Substance found in Rygel's homemade bomb. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Siljot Bacteria
      • Bacteria in Chiana's hair that Grunchlk mentions, saying that if the doctor Tocot breathed in, would kill him. (Season 2 episode Die Me, Dichotomy)
    • Solanterum
      • Toxic absorbing regulator within Moya's filter system. (Season 4 episode Natural Election)
    • Toubray
      • Leviathan neural cluster tissue. Many cultures consume it to enhance higher brain function. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Translator Microbes
      • Micro-biological organisms that allow alien races to understand each other. (Premiere episode)
    • Trat
      • Foul smelling substance. Rygel: Smells like trat. (Season 1 episode That Old Black Magic)
  • Tactical Clothing Products
    • Oculars
      • Lightweight image enhancement device worn on the forehead. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Tavlek Gauntlet
      • Powerful weapon that attaches to the arm with needles, giving its host increased strength, an energy shield and the ability to fire an energy pulse. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
  • Tea
    • Contala Tea
      • Beverage that D'Argo brings to Verrell. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Taladine Tea
      • Tea Zhaan mentions. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
  • Theories
    • Center Halos
      • Stark: An Ancient named Galik theorized about what he called Center Halos. He believed that scattered throughout the universe were mists where all dimensions met, and where time ceased to exist. (Season 2 episode The Locket)
    • The Light of Truth
      • A concept in the sacred book The Axium on the lawyer planet Litigara. It goes back to the origin of The Law. It was believed that if you held a burning torch up to someone who was giving testimony and it burnt brighter, it meant that they were lying. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
  • Toy Products
    • Onnyxi Play Partners
      • Toy product that Staanz scavenged. (Season 1 episode The Flax)Staanz: "Garbage? I don't touch garbage. I'm a professional scavenger. I only pick up the gems of what others throw away. I've got 9 million Onnyxi play partners. They particalize, they levitate, everything. One day, I'm going to sell these babies and make a killing. They burn good, too." (Season 1 episode The Flax)
  • Tracking Devices
    • Life Disc
      • A pair of surgical implants that create a permanent link between the life-forces of two beings. Each individual receives one disc which can emit powerful signals. As long as both remain alive, the Life Discs remain active. The range of the disc's emissions appears limitless and unrestrained by intervening physical obstacles. If one of the bonded entities dies, the Life Disc possessed by the other will go dark, signifying the other's passing. When the Life Disc embedded in Chiana's abdomen suddenly ceased functioning, she thought that her brother had died. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
  • TV News
    • Network 4
      • TV news playing on the TV in the abandoned house where Crichton and his friends from outer space hang out while in Earth in the past. (Season 4 episode Terra Firma)
  • TV Shows-Documentary
    • Alien Visitation
      • Documentary TV show hosted by R. Wilson Monroe, airing Crichton's nephew Bobby Coleman's interviews with his alien friends, and commentary from a variety of experts. (Season 4 episode A Constellation of Doubt)
  • Units of Measurement
    • Dench
      • Unit of measurement. (Season 1 episode Bone To Be Wild)
    • Flot
      • Unit of length, roughly equivalent to a centimeter or an inch. (Season 4 episode Promises)
    • Galarion Scale
      • Temperature scale. Pilot: "We've taken him to 105 below the galarion frost point." (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Gappa
      • A vector on a spatial grid, defined as by longitude and latitude.
    • Hentas
      • Measurement used for length. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Hetch
      • Measurement of speed in relation to starship movement. After Moya hemorrhages most of her iriscentant fluid, her maximum speed is barely hetch two. (Premiere episode) Peacekeeper Marauders maximum speed is hetch seven. (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis) Zhaan: We are moving away from them at Hetch Six velocity. (Season 2 episode Picture if You Will)
    • Lerg
      • Directional vector used by Zhaan: Zelta 6, pemno 9, lerg 8. (Season 1 Throne For a Loss)
    • Metra
      • Unit of length. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Motra
      • Distance measurement.
    • Pemno
      • Directional vector used by Zhaan: Zelta 6, pemno 9, lerg 8. (Season 1 Throne For a Loss)
    • Rantath Flux
      • Type of energy emission present in wormholes. If its variance is unstable, as is the case with most wormholes, biological matter passing through the wormhole will liquefy, unless the entering craft isn't protected by phase shielding. (Season 3 episode Incubator)
    • Sakmar
      • Measurement of weight. D'Argo: The baby's already well over a sakmar. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Samat
      • Unit of measurement on the planet Acquara. Rokon: "That's when he came flying in, swinging his powerful blade. This man-creature, a full samat bigger than Talio or Ku-mah with tentacles and tattoos all over his head." (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Trad
      • Unit used to measure radiation levels. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Zelta
      • Directional vector used by Zhaan: Zelta 6, pemno 9, lerg 8. (Season 1 Throne For a Loss)
  • Units of Time
    • Arn
      • Measurement of time, approximately one hour of Earth time.
    • Cycle
      • Measurement of time, approximately one year. (Season 1 episode Premiere)
    • Micron
      • Unit of time measurement, slightly longer than a minute.
    • Microt
      • Unit of time roughly equivalent to a second.
    • Zacron
      • Unit of measurement. According to the Zenetan Pirates, The Flax was seventy-five million zacrons long. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
  • Universities
    • Alien U
      • Joke Crichton makes to Zhaan. Crichton: "But, you know, with Aeryn and D'argo it's like everything's a test. It's like I'm in some never ending frat hazing at Alien U." (Season 1 episode Exodus from Genesis)
  • Vehicle Models - Aircraft
    • OZME Rocket Surfer Kit
      • Farscape version of an ACME product, from Crichton's Looney Toons inspired hallucination, after being knocked unconscious during an altercation with D'Argo. D'Argo, in Wile E. Coyote's role, chasing after Crichton in the Road Runner's role, chases after him wearing an OZME branded surfboard strapped to a rocket. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
  • Vehicle Models - Space
    • Dreadnought
      • Scarran battleship. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities, Part 1: Daedalus Demands)
    • Eradicator
      • D'Argo's ship Lo'La, an ancient Luxan warshiip of Topratkin design. (Season 4 episode We're So Screwed, Part 3: La Bomba)
    • Glendian Pleasure Vessel
      • A ship model Rygel mentions: "Has Moya turned into a Glendian pleasure vessel now?" (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Leviathan
      • Sentient spaceships.
    • Luxan Assault Piercer
      • Luxan star fighter in The Flax, that D'ARgo dreamt of serving on when he was a boy. (Season 1 episode The Flax)
    • Marauder
      • Peacekeeper commando ship.
    • Pantak Class Vigilante
      • Mid-sized Peacekeeper warship. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Peacekeeper Command Carrier
      • Peacekeeper mobile base of operations.
    • Prowler
      • Peacekeeper starfighter.
    • Stryker
      • Fastest ship in the Scarran fleet. (Season 4 episode Bringing Home the Beacon)
  • Vehicles-Cars and Trucks
    • Betty
      • John's truck back on Earth in 1986. (Season 4 episode Kansas)
  • Vehicles-Space
    • Decimator
      • Flagship of the Scarran fleet and personal warship of Emperor Staleek. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Elack
      • Dying Leviathan. (Season 4 episode Crichton Kicks)
    • Farscape One
      • Crichton's experimental ship.
    • Halos-1
      • Ship Talyn fires on in self defense. (Season 2 Out of Their Minds)
    • Lo'La
      • The name of D'Argo's ship, short for Lo'Laan, in memory of his wife. (Season 4 episode What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice)
    • Moya
      • A living Leviathan ship.
    • Rado Sssthlana
      • Pathfinder Neeyala's research vessel. (Season 3 episode Self-Inflicted Wounds, Part 1: Could'a, Would'a, Should'a)
    • Talyn
      • Moya's child, a young Leviathan.
    • The Zelbinion
      • The most feared ship in the Peacekeeper armada, missing in battle for over a hundred cycles. (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
  • Water
    • The Devastator Reefs
      • Aeryn and Dregon go rock-climbing on the Devastator Reefs in the Barren Lands of the royal planet. (Season 2 episode Look at the Princess)
    • Krytlin River
      • River that General Grynes mentions, his soldiers used to share the waters with the cities on the plateau. (Season 3 episode …Different Destinations)
    • Qujaga
      • Water planet where the minerals in the water soothe Moya, while Crichton proposes to Aeryn on a rowboat, shortly before they are both crystallized by the local residents, the Eidelons. (Season 4 episode Bad Timing)
    • Sawyer's Mill
      • Where Crichton's father took him fishing for his 10th birthday. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
  • Weapons
    • Cameron
      • Stark's suggestion for the name of Crichton's sword in the bizarre virtual reality game where he and Chiana are trapped. He also suggests, "Uma”. (Season 4 episode John Quixote)
    • Karjik Pulse
      • Peacekeeper tracking device. (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Melar Gas
      • Knockout gas Zhaan and Chiana deploy at Natira's shadow depository. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part I: A Not So Simple Plan)
    • Novatrin Gas
      • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that turn bones to powder. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Qualta Blade
      • Traditional Luxan weapon.
  • Weapons-Explosives
    • Concussion Missiles
      • Weapon that the Kanvian government launches into the planet's bonosphere to flush out Moya and Talyn. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Darnaz Triangle
      • Unnamed enemies of peace unleash a weapon called the Darnaz Triangle on the Eidelon poeple that lived on the planet Arnessk. (Season 4 episode What Was Lost, Part 1: Sacrifice)
    • Froonium
      • Explosive substance in Crichton's fever dream. (Season 3 Revenging Angel)
    • Seismic Disruptors
      • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that can destroy entire planets. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Shatter Grenades
      • Horrific weapon built by the Plokavians that eats your body alive. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Wetox Missile
      • Weapon D'Argo mentions. (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
  • Weapons-Guns
    • AKR Ammo Pack
      • Ammunition that Aeryn mentions when talking to her unborn baby: And that's the sound of an AKR maximum load ammo pack being chambered into a full grade field ranger pulse pistol. (The Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Kkore Cannon
      • Weapon D'Argo mentions. (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
    • Pulse Pistol
      • Weapon that Aeryn tells Crichton she traded for Tarak deployers on the space station in the Sacred Stillness. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Pulse Rifle
      • Peacekeeper weapon. (Season 1 episode Thank God it's Friday. Again.)
    • Sonic Ascendency Cannon
      • Weapon on Moya's offspring. (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Tarak Deployers
      • Weapon that Aeryn tells Crichton she traded pulse pistols for on the space station in the Sacred Stillness. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
  • Words in other Languages
    • Alloway / Masata
      • Greeting used by the Acquarans. (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Bartantic
      • Adjective meaning dumb, or stupid (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
    • Blez
      • Verb meaning relax.
    • Blotching
      • Adverb similar to frelling (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Bonosphere
      • The outer layer of some atmospheres, such as Kanvia's. (Season 3 episode Thanks for Sharing)
    • Borderwarks
      • Tears, crying, waterworks (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Cacking
      • Another word for "dying" that Chiana uses. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Caftan
      • Word Chiana uses for pants. Chiana: Keep it in your caftan. (Season 1 episode The Hidden Memory)
    • Calcivore
      • An eater of bone. (Season 1 episode Bone To Be Wild)
    • Crank
      • Zenetan expletive: They blasted the crank out of me! (Season "1 episode The Flax)
    • Culleh
      • Acquaran word meaning love. Priestain Neera: "It is obvious Lishala feels culleh for the stranger." (Season 1 episode Jeremiah Crichton)
    • Dag-yo
      • Nebari slang, meaning cool.
    • Das-trak Krjtor
      • Scarran expletive.
    • Drad
      • Word meaning neat, awesome, cool. Chiana tells Crichton that according to Molnon, the Gathering is the dradest. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Drannit
      • Sebacean slang for bastard, asshole: You are such a Drannit. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Draz
      • Nebari curse word. Chiana: "We can Starburst the draz out of here!" (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Dredgenaut
      • Derogatory term Chiana uses, referring to Scrran soldiers: "We can take those dredgenauts on!" (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Dren
      • Farscape version of shit. (Season 1 episode Thank God It's Friday... Again)
    • Driblocks
      • Derogatory term, substitute for slut, whore. (Peacekeeper Wars)
    • Eema
      • Luxon word for rear end. D'Argo to Chiana: "You are a real pain in the eema! But one I have grown to enjoy." (Season 1 episode Family Ties)
    • Fa-pu-ta
      • Hynerian swearword and insult.
    • Fahrbot
      • Hynerian word for crazy. (Season 1 episode Nerve)
    • Farko
      • Slang for bullshit. Jool: "Well, need I say more? If you learned about it in military school, it's certain to be farko." (Season 3 episode ...Different Destinations)
    • Fekkik
      • Slang for stupid, foolish. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'n' Sniff, Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Frak
      • Curse word, similar to screw or fuck, i.e. "Frak your father." (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
    • Frell
      • Farscape version of fuck, from various episodes.
    • Frellnik
      • Sebacean slang for something that smells bad. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Frellwit
      • Sebacean insult - idiot, fool. (Season 4 episode Natural Election)
    • Frodank
      • Slang. D'Argo: "How did such a great warrior fall for such an obvious trick? You blame me? If I hadn't listen to your frodank of an idea about a deal You had no better idea."(Season 1 episode DNA Mad Scientist)
    • Froth Mouth
      • Slang Chiana uses - madman, lunatic. Some froth-mouth with a metal eye shut off all the lights. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Garanta's Brax
      • Hynerian slang, equivalent of rat's ass. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Garda
      • Clansmen slang for jerk. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Gelft Sty
      • Slang for mess, pig sty.
    • Gletch
      • Substitute for hell. Rygel: "What the gletch is happening?" (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Greebo / Greebol
      • Nebari slang for idiot, fool. (Season 1 episode Durka Returns)
    • Grimmit
      • Substitute for coward. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Gris
      • Nebari slang for crap. (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Grolash
      • Slang insult for idiot, fool.
    • Grot
      • Sebacean term for military grunt, as in, This is grot's work. (Season 1 episode PK Tech Girl)
    • Grotless
      • Nebari word, replacement for witless, as in "I'm scared grotless, not stupid." (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass)
    • Hamman
      • Another word for starboard, the right-hand side of a ship when facing forward. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Hazmot
      • Luxon slang, equivalent to bitch, as in, You son of a hazmot. (Season 2 episode Out of Their Minds)
    • Hezmana
      • Luxan word to emphasize irritation, replacement for hell, as in, "What the hezmana happened to you?" (Season 1 episode Through the Looking Glass) D'Argo: What the hezmana are you doing? (Season 2 episode Home on the Remains)
    • Hingemot
      • Sebacean slang for fool, idiot.
    • Jibber
      • Word meaning talk in a nonsensical manner. Must you jibber while I'm eating? (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future)
    • Jick-tied
      • Sebacean equivalent of hog-tied.
    • Juka
      • Substitute for god, heavens. Br'Nee says, "My Juka," when he learns that Zhaan is a Delvian. (Season 1 episode Bone To Be Wild)
    • Juxt
      • Hynerian expletive, equivalent to heck, hell.
    • Kanish
      • Word meaning to board a ship without permission. (Season 3 episode Meltdown)
    • Kaznick
      • 
Slang for criminal. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Khamshin
      • Slang for clusterfuck. We're in the middle of a massive khamshin. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Kinkoid
      • Word meaning crazy, insane. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Krandack
      • A metal. D'Argo: "Your butt must be made out of reinforced krandack. (Season 2 episode Vitas Mortis)
    • Krastik
      • Word meaning strange, weird. (Season 3 episode Revenging Angel)
    • Krell
      • Slang word, meaning cool, awesome or excellent, from various episodes.
    • Krishool
      • Word meaning criminally insane. (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
    • Loomas
      • Breasts. Rygel to Chiana: Every time I think that there's more to you than a pair of pushed up loomas in a corset, you disappoint me. (Season 2 episode Liars, Guns and Money Part II: With Friends Like These…)
    • Magra
      • Modifier word meaning extreme, as in magra-fahrbot.
    • Manin
      • Word meaning girlfriend, wife. (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Mank
      • Word meaning dirt. (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
    • Masata
      • Acquaran term for savior.
    • Midmeal
      • Another word for lunch. (Season 2 episode Dream a Little Dream)
    • Mivonks
      • Slang for testicles. Aeryn tells Crichton that Matala was leading D'Argo around by his mivonks. (Season 1 episode Back and Back and Back to the Future) When John says he did it before, Chiana tells him, yeah, by the skin of his mivonks. (Season 1 episode Nerve) Rygel says, "Curse my mivonks." (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone) Aeryn says D'Argo is thinking with his mivonks. (Season 2 episode The Ugly Truth)
    • Narl
      • A baby, birth, or life.
    • Negnec
      • Slang for a helpless animal, as in, You couldn't kill a Negnec. (Season 3 episode Scratch 'N' Sniff)
    • Nerfer
      • Insult, name Larraq calls Crichton behind his back. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Nixar
      • Clansmen word for babe. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Numbnock
      • Slang insult for idiot, fool. (Season 2 episode Out of Their Minds)
    • Pellish Venker
      • Slang insult, as in, A hiccup is involuntary, you pellish venker! (Season 3 episode Relativity)
    • Pervo
      • Slang meaning perverse, perverted. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Pewnkah
      • Slang insult for low-life.
    • Pleebing
      • Slang for damn. (Season 1 episode Till the Blood Runs Clear)
    • Pleek
      • To mess with, or sneak around. Chiana tells the Clansmen on the Royal cemetery planet to stop pleeking around. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Plok
      • Tavlek term meaning crap, as in: Sick of hearing your plok. (Season 1 episode Throne for a Loss)
    • Pneuma
      • Delvian term for soul. (Season 1 episode Rhapsody in Blue)
    • Prabakto
      • Rygel calls Crichton a lucky prabakto as he's heading into the wormhole, back home to Earth. (Season 1 episode A Human Reaction)
    • Prowt
      • An unpleasant odor, as in, Smells like prowt. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Sanit
      • Acquaran unit of measurement for height.
    • Schlock
      • Hynerian word for emptying bowels. (Season 4 episode Lava's a Many Splendored Thing)
    • Scope
      • Clansmen term meaning decide. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Siezil's Ass
      • Slang, equivalent of rat's ass.
    • Snarking Dellot
      • Slang, insult.
    • Snurch
      • Substitute for steal, or borrow without permission.
    • Stiv
      • Slang for urinate. Sikozu: Peacekeeper officer can't even stiv without his troops. (Season 3 episode I-Yensch, You-Yensch)
    • Tenkas
      • The tentacles on D'Argo's face.
    • Terok
      • Luxan internal organ. (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Thoddo
      • Term meaning a careless person. (Season 3 episode Infinite Possibilities - Daedalus Demands)
    • Toeska
      • Slang, insult. (Season 3 episode Green Eyed Monster)
    • Tralk
      • Word meaning trollop, slut, whore. Aeryn calls Chiana a little tralk for taking her prowler. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Trankass
      • Slang, insult, as in, "You've killed us all, you trankass." (Season 3 episode Green-Eyed Monster)
    • Trasnik
      • Slang for idiot, jerk. D'Argo: "I know I've been a trasnik." (Season 3 episode Suns and Lovers)
    • Treblin
      • Another word for port, the right-hand side of a ship when facing forward. (Season 1 episode A Bug's Life)
    • Tuperadinous Cellulose Tissue
      • Part of Zhaan's physiology.
    • Valtek
      • Sebacean equivalent of Freeze!
    • Veen
      • Nebari expletive, from various episodes.
    • Vigilar
      • Slang for traitor.
    • Voojoo
      • Word equivalent to mojo, as in Bad voojoo.
    • Votch
      • Word meaning vomit. Votched up all my second lunch. (Season "3 episode Eat Me)
    • Wakket Hole
      • Sebacean slang for mouth. (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild)
    • Welnitz
      • Slang, substitute for wet blanket. (Season 1 episode Till The Blood Runs Clear, Season 4 episode A Prefect Murder)
    • Yave-of-the-yuvo
      • Phrase meaning state of the art. (Season 3 episode Eat Me)
    • Yotz
      • Hynerian exclamation for Hell. Rygel: "Why the yotz can't we have a little heat?" (Season 1 episode Bone to be Wild) Rigel: "What the yotz?” (Season 2 episode Picture if You Will)
    • Yotzah
      • Hynerian exclamation. (Season 2 episode Taking the Stone)
    • Zangblats
      • Expletive.
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