1. Honeymist – n. (Hun-E-mist) the lingering atmosphere of musk that remains after a skunk has passed nearby
2. Banthresh – n. (ban-thresh) the humid energy or wind that buzzes through trees and causes the branches to thrash, just before a storm rolls in
3. Vex – n. (veh-ks) the moment of anticipation and stillness that occurs between a flash of lightning and a rumble of thunder
4. Chiarlyshaunt – n. (She-ARE-liss-haunt) a mist that rolls through the streets of a suburb or city and luminesces orange in the glow of street lights
5. Silvishaunt – n. (Sill-viss-haunt) a mist that rolls between trees in a forest and luminesces white in moonlight
6. Squubquick – n. (Skwuh–b-quick) the mud that forms in grass, left over – a pathway travelled by many feet at winter’s thaw. Becomes slicker the more often it is used and squishes readily beneath a boot heel.