Words in blue I have high confidence in.
abvate = To figure something out, or reveal something.
bal = Yes. See also da.
beckle = The duscat in the morleon is doing this. Directions are associated with it, so it could be 'pacing'.
bewl = The gostak would pell back to here if distimming the doshes wasn't their job.
bewly = Might be "basic". Only seen in the Jallon so far.
blide = Things that are gasked become this.
boltep = Panks can do this to lonns' calbices. Could mean 'steal'?
bommly = A rotation? Let's say it's "counterclockwise". See also gemmly.
brangy = The floor/ground, probably, or perhaps a hedge or screen of brush? Warbs come from here.
brolges = Hints.
calbice = Something (some?) lonns have. Some darfs here also appear to have (depictions of?) calbices on them. Cobbics are fond of calbices.
camling = Move (the noun), as in: a move on a chessboard. The game uses this word for actions taken.
chalm = This was in the fostin. It has 'NO GASKING' written on it.
chender = Part of the darftunder, probably a bowl or something similar to contain its output.
chuld = Something you can eat (leil)? Only seen in the Jallon so far.
Cobbics = A group of people. They deave (go to, live in) in the dorl and tund (make, set up) the panks. Fond of calbices.
contail = The drokes did this in the morleon, before it was darkened.
coyd = A knob or dial. The darftunder has three of these.
Variants of coyds include: brimny coyd, clarby coyd, statched coyd. These could be colors.
crenned = "Stuck", "standing in"...? Refers to the state of the lutt currently, regarding the glauds. Discrenning the glauds appears to be something the gostak will have to do over the course of this adventure.
curple = Could be 'passage' or 'hallway'. The one we have seen is tophthed.
da = No. See also bal.
dape = 'word' or 'command'.
darf = Some sort of edible thing. For the sake of familiarity we'll say it's a sandwich. There are several different varieties. The droke doesn't like palgic darfs.
Variants of darfs include: tarshen darf, darf of jenth, palgic darf, whomm darf, footch darf, skebbic darf, hosh darf, and suddy darf.
darftunder = This makes (tunds) and holds darfs. Lit. "darf-maker", probably. Jeddy-paided. Could this be a vending machine?
dass = An adjective. Could mean 'heavy'.
deaves = Probably means 'stretches' or 'goes' (see gomway).
dedges = "Commands"? Only seen in the Jallon so far.
delcot = A location, possibly a building. The one you start at is referred to as the delcot of tondam. Doshes deave here.
discren = See crenned.
distim = Makes living things glow, apparently. You're to do this to the doshes in your job as the gostak.
distunk = Maybe "ignore", or perhaps "to be done with" or "to leave behind". Or maybe it's flipping the bird. "Undo" rewinds the last command "as if it had been distunked".
doatch at = "Talk to".
dobbly = A quality of sindish.
dorl = Where the Cobbics hang out. Motched with poskot, which is why they're there; they make (tund) henfifes with it.
doshery = Related to doshes. Perhaps a dosh's status involves going here?
doshes = A kind of thing. Doshes deave at the delcot, and are distimmed by the gostak.
drague = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
drokes = A job description, perhaps staff of the delcot. They would (try to) discren the glauds if you didn't have business at the doshery. There's a droke hanging out in the samilen.
dugrid = Part of the gostak's shamtag, which can be opened and closed (well, skobed and lelloed).
durch = Perhaps 'kick' or 'squeeze'?
duscat = An animal. They glake (pounce?). Despite the opening narration, the delcot of tondam currently has no duscats nearby (which is unusual, but it turns out one's in the darkened morleon).
fack = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
fesh = "Subject" or "topic", though it's also used to indicate that something is someone's job to deal with. "Feshless" means "pointless".
feshary = "Library"? Used in the Jallon to refer to your hard disk.
fetticle = A comma.
flome = The gostak's shamtag does this when you durch it. The droke hates it if you do this in the samilen.
fosk = Something found on a gomway. Might be the side of the road, curb, shoulder, or center - or even the ceiling! The gheliper "pelled fosken" (headed outward? sideways? inwards? upwards?) after causing the whole mess with the glauds.
fostin = Part of the morleon.
frike = Something gitches do. Flight, maybe?
gamda = ...was responsible for starting this whole mess. It tunda'd a gheliper into the delcot.
gask = Henfifes do this to things.
geln = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
gemmly = A rotation; let's say it's "clockwise". See also bommly.
gharmy = Could be 'mean' or 'nasty'.
gheliper = The gamda left this in the delcot, and it's causing trouble by pobbing glauds at the doshery.
gitches = Perhaps a bird? They frike, and malk (peck) you if you're holding one. They attack and eat warbs.
glake = Something duscats do. This can happen to you in the tophthage. Perhaps 'pounce', 'bite', or some other attack. Also used more generally to mean 'ruin'.
glauds = These are interfering with the gostak by being crenned in the doshery lutt.
Variants of glauds include: raskable glaud, poltive glaud, glaud-with-roggler, glaud of jenth, Cobbic glaud.
goaves = Panks have these. Probably 'jaws', but could also be 'claws'.
gomb = To go or enter. "Degomb" means "to leave", and "regomb" is "to return".
gomway = A road or other transportation pathway of some kind.
gostak = You. Appears to be a job description. Your job is to distim the doshes.
gropples = Something found on the fosk of a gomway. Maybe a plant of some kind? Pilters eat them.
heamy = "Useful" or "important".
henfife = The Cobbics make these with poskot from the dorl. They can gask things really well.
hoff = A cardinal direction, inferred as east. Opposite of "loff".
hoggam = We just saw a naft of gitches pelling at it. Not poltive. Perhaps some sort of bird netting, dome...?
halpock = 'text adventure' or 'game'.
jallon = Help or Manual.
jeddy-paided = The darftunder is this. Could be "???-painted".
jenth = A material; more tavid than poskot. Jenth can't be durched, zanked, or skobed, but panks can remove it by malking it with their goaves.
jihoff = A subsidiary direction, inferred as southeast.
jiloff = A subsidiary direction, inferred as southwest.
jirf = A cardinal direction, inferred as south. Opposite of "kirf".
juffet = Something that goes with the gostak's shamtag.
jurmy = An adjective. Not sure whether good or bad.
kihoff = A subsidiary direction, inferred as northeast.
kiloff = A subsidiary direction, inferred as northwest.
kirf = A cardinal direction, inferred as north. Opposite of "jirf".
koldgeon = Another material. Could be 'fiber' in the generic sense, as the whomm darf has lots of koldgeon, as do some others.
koshle = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
leil = Probably eating. Gitches do this to warbs.
lello = To close. Seen in reference to the gostak's shamtag, and som other things. Opposite of 'skobed'.
loff = A cardinal direction, inferred as west. Opposite of "hoff".
lonn = Seem to keep gamdas away, but the Cobbics took them all. They have calbices.
louk = "Type" or "press".
lutt = "Door" or "path".
malk = To peck or bite. Panks can do this with their goaves, to sindish and jenth. "Malkage" refers to something that has been chewed up.
mavrous = Ravenous?
mislouk = a typo.
morleon = A location in the delcot. You get here by the curple.
mosteg = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
motched = Shot through with; present in large quantities.
murgous = A quality of panks' and pilters' goaves that lets them deal with Jenth. Could be 'tough', 'acidic'... not enough information to say.
murr = Might be 'some'. Only found in the Jallon so far.
musny = A written message.
naft = A group of gitches. A flock?
nayfe = A length or segment? The glaud of jenth has six nayfes.
nurl = To call, as an animal call?
osta = Last.
pank = Some sort of animal. It has murgous goaves, can malk sindish, and boltep the calbice from lonns.
pashual = Transcript.
pell = To go. Something the gostak would do (to the bewl) if distimming the doshes wasn't their job. "Gomb" and "pell" may be similar verbs.
pellage = "Progress."
pilter = Some sort of animal. They eat gropples, and there's one on the gomway. Pilters have murgous goaves, and so can eat jenth.
plaves = "Animals", generic term.
plazzy = "Next"? Only found in the Jallon so far.
pobbing = "Throwing", "dropping", or both. The gheliper has been pobbing glauds at the doshery.
pogrifon = This was in the gostak's shamtag. It's dobbly, made of sindish and koldgeon, and made as a juffet for the shamtag.
poltive = "Alive". "You can't zank what isn't poltive."
poskot = A material, which the Cobbics tund henfifes from. Less tavid than jenth and less dobbly than sindish.
potchner = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
rask = Take.
reb = To see.
reggler = This was in the fostin.
rike = To set, as an option, or to turn.
roggled = The glaud-with-roggler is this. Could mean "screwed", in the sense of "screwdriver", or "nailed down". Something like that.
rorm = Nice.
samilen = A location, perhaps a break room for the drokes of the delcot. There's a droke here during the events of the game.
scurm = An expression of dismay?
shamtag = A container of some sort? The gostak has this. It's snave and sharmy, and it flomes when you durch it.
sharmy = An adjective. Describes the gostak's shamtag.
shoracle = An adjective. This is why the gostak can't take gropples from the gomway. ("Stuck"?)
skobe = To open. Jenth can't be skobed, but the gostak's shamtag can.
sindish = A material. More dobbly than poskot. The lutts of the morleon are made of it.
sitch = A quantity, amount, or collection.
snave = An adjective, typically used as a good one. Could be 'smart', 'suave', 'stylish'?
stam = Liking or enjoyment. "Fond", when used as an adjective.
stike = Something found on a gomway, perhaps a barrier of some sort. Interestingly, it can skobe, but it re-lellos automatically.
stinly = Gitches nurl in this way. Perhaps 'softly'.
tavid = A quality of jenth. Perhaps "papery" or "flexible"? Or could be "hard", as in "hard copy" (see tavidlouker).
tavidlouker = A computer printer? SCRIPT ON can send output here.
tendo = No clue, but it's only been seen in the Jallon so far.
thale = "Empty", probably.
tondam = Describes the delcot the gostak starts at (the delcot of tondam).
tophthage = 'Darkness'. "Tophthed" means "dark".
tund = To make, set up, generate, or leave behind. "Tunder" is "source".
tunk = Examine.
warb = An animal of some kind, possibly a mouse or worm. Gitches will attack these.
wainted falliger = ???
vorl = To block or prevent? Refers to the glauds' interference re: the gostak's job.
zanked = Killed.
zoncha = Wait.