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this territory of the planet Baralou was controlled by the Krikthasi. (PG1)

Winso Bykart
this Jedi Master accompanied Qui-Gon Jinn and his apprentice, Obi-Wan Kenobi, on a survival training expedition to the planet Ragoon-6, some years before the Battle of Naboo. Qui-Gon and Obi-Wan were making their second trip to Ragoon-6, after the first trip was cut short by the death of Jedi Master Tahl. (JQ2)

the fruit of this plant was a tasty berry that was used to make jelly. The wintenberry plant only produced a few berries each year, making the fruit - and the jelly produced from it - very expensive. (LCF)

Leia Organa-Solo's childhood friend, Winter was raised in the household of Bail Organa. A year and a few months older than Leia, she is a strikingly beautiful Alderaanian woman with snow-white hair. She bears a striking resemblance to Leia, and often sat in for Leia in public appearances. Their friendship grew quickly, and their rapport kept them together on many diplomatic missions. Winter has been an invaluable aide to Leia, using her photographic memory to catalog huge amounts of data for later recall. Winter's abilities were put to use by the Alliance, during its struggle with the Empire. She was known as the Targeter during the Rebellion. Winter became a visible symbol of the New Republic, helping spread Leia's ideals to other worlds, including Cilpar. Winter became a sort of scout for Rogue Squadron following the Battle of Endor, staying one step ahead of Imperial forces and alerting the fledgling New Republic command to any suspicious activity. Winter made the first contact with Elscol Loro on Cilpar, and was instrumental in the recovery of the Eidolon weapons cache. During its recovery, she began to fall in love with Tycho Celchu, and they shared their Alderaanian heritage. She later became the guardian of Han Solo and Leia's children, working with Admiral Ackbar and Luke Skywalker to design a hidden fortress on Anoth. She fought bravely against Ambassador Furgan's attack on the Anoth fortress, but was forced to leave the complex after rescuing the children. She later returned to Anoth, shoring up the planetoid's defenses for future use. Years later, she married Tycho when he retired from the military, and they tried to start a life together. This life was interrupted by the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy, when Tycho was recalled to active duty with the military. Winter decided to return to Admiral Ackbar's side, traveling to Calamari to serve as his assistant. As Ackbar's health failed, Winter became both nursemaid and assistant. (HTTE, DFR, TLC, EGC, ROC, TNR, XWRS, XWBT, RD, DW)

Winter Fete
this is a holiday observed in Tapani Sector, and originally marked the winter equinox on the planet Pelagon. The settlers there were the first to celebrate Winter Fete, and when they began settling other planets in the sector, the holiday went with them. Over time, the holiday was modified to coincide with Coruscant's Fete Week. In the current Tapani local calendar, Winter Fete falls on the very last week of the year, following the month of Welona. (LOE, PGT)

Winter Palace
this was the name of Jiliac the Hutt's estate on Nal Hutta. It was located on a remote island near the planet's equator. It was here that a young Han Solo delivered a message from Zavval, during the Hutts' struggle for control of the Ylesian spice processing facilities. The antechamber to Jiliac's main audience chamber was remarkable for its high, skylighted ceilings, pale stone walls, and glorious tapestries supposedly woven by Jiliac's prisoners. (TPS)

this festival was held among the witch clans on Dathomir, and was rooted in the history of the Nightsisters. The exact nature of the celebrations that occured during Winterfest were a mystery to offworlders, but the event was often accompanied by raids in which Nightsisters looted and pillaged cities to gather supplies. (CPL, SWGAL)

Winterrs, Trep
this man was one of Socorro's most notable smugglers, and he was also one of it's most laid-back individuals. Quiet about his personal life and history, Trep suddenly appeared on the Socorran landscape generated a number of rumors about his past. Most prominent was that he was an Imperial agent placed on Socorro to seek out members of the Alliance. This rumor grew mainly from his ability to outfly Imperial pilots and out-think Imperial customs agents. Despite the rumors, Trep was a soft-spoken man who never left a friend behind. Among his best friends was Thaddeus Ross, with whom Trep survived an Elomin protection scam that went bad before they could even get started. (BSS, SWJ15)

this former Imperial Navy officer joined Colonel Vessery and Ysanne Isard in their efforts to overthrow Prince-Admiral Krennel. Wintle later piloted the freighter Swift, which transported Isard to Bilbringi, where she hoped to capture the Super-class Star Destroyer Lusankya. She had promised Wintle command of the huge ship, but their efforts were thwarted by Booster Terrik, Mirax Terrik, and Iella Wessiri, who had discovered Isard's plans to retake the ship. (IR)

this glass-like substance remains in liquid form at very low temperatures, and can take as much as 10,000 years to solidify under normal conditions. It is found in the Derelkoos Desert of Klatooine, where it seeps from the desert and creates incredibly beautiful, natural sculptures. The Klatooinans call the landmark the Fountain of the Ancients, and revere it for its tenacious and wonderful existence. (GG12)

Winward, Riij
a native of Calius Saj Leeloo, on the planet Berchest, Riij joined the Alliance about a year after the Battle of Yavin. He fled his homeworld after the Empire conscripted his brother and several of his friends. His escape ship turned out to be owned by a smuggler running guns to the Alliance, and Riij decided to join up. He was stationed on Tatooine, and posed as one of the two jailers located in Mos Eisley. It was there that he discovered the ruse put on by Shada D'ukal and Karoly D'ulin, who tried to impersonate the Tonnika Sisters. He linked them to the unidentified Strike Cruiser that they landed in the Dune Sea, and agreed to help them get the Hammertong off Tatooine. When he discovered that the Hammertong was a piece of the Death Star, he begged them to let him keep it, but they refused. He kept their astromech droid as the price of their promise not to give the weapon back to the Empire. He then fled Tatooine aboard the Hopskip. (TME, TFE, SWJ12)

this Snivvian worked for Planet Dreams, Incorporated, at their home office on Cloud City, during the height of the New Order. He was an expert in terraforming asteroids and creating breathable atmospheres, and was responsible for ensuring the aesthetic appearance of newly-habitable worlds. (CCG5)

the Vuvrian female with a hidden past, she ended up on Tatooine without a job. When she first met Unut Poll, he was impressed with her ability to speak a large number of alien languages. Poll hired her to work as a salesperson at Spaceport Speeders, and it was Wioslea who purchased Luke Skywalker's landspeeder in Mos Eisley. At the time, she owed Jabba the Hutt 1,000 credits, and was working secretly as a spy. (GG7, CCG)

an Alliance cargo ferry group destroyed by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War as it tried to take possession of supplies provided by pirates. (TIE)

this massive Wookiee was the champion of the Kerritamba Village arena, during the height of the New Order. As the villagte champion, Wirartu was always ready to defend the honor and safety of his tribe in one-on-one combat. (SWGAL)

this man served the Alliance aboard the Dreadnaught New Hope during the height of the Galactic Civil War. An excellent slicer, in addition to his other duties, Wires managed to make a small fortune by secretly appropriating computer time to run an online gambling casino. Chief Warrant Officer Xiong Wong, Wires's immediate superior, chose to ignore the gambling as long as the ship's combat computers were ready for action. He was approached by Wong when Jan Ors arrived on the New Hope with Kyle Katarn. Ors hoped that Wires could decipher the data disk Katarn had captured from 8t88 on Nar Shaddaa. His efforts were minimally successful, providing Ors with the basic information on the existence of the Valley of the Jedi. (RAG)

this was once of the many names given to Duros females. Among the Duros, it meant "talkative". (GCG)

a Quarren Vice Admiral for the Alliance during the Galactic Civil War. (XW)

this highly intelligent, ambulatory fungus evolved over time to outwardly resemble the human form. This allowed them to acquire shelter and catch their prey, as the Wirutid was a carnivore with a taste for human flesh. (IWE2)

Wisdom Pool
this pool of water, located on the planet Orellon II, was regarded by the Kentra as a place to meditate and reflect upon life. (SWJ2)

Wisdom Tree
a legendary tree whose fruit could greatly boost the intelligence of the very elderly, the wisdom tree was native only to Selab. (CPL, GORW)

Wise Man of Kooroo
this was the name given to the leader of the priests who worshiped Kooroo, on the planet Gelgelar. At the height of the Galactic Civil War, the Wise Man was Glovan Thule. (SWJ14, PSPG)

this shifty Nalroni owned a weapons dealership on The Life level of Vergesso Base, during the height of the New Order. He maintained a good selection of hand-held weapons, and could arrange for the purchase of heavy-duty weapons and the odd starfighter. (SPG)

Wish Globe
the wish globe was a small, stone sphere that seemed to glow from a sourceless, internal light. Each wish globe was held in a three-legged bowl, allowing it to be displayed without fear of it rolling off a table or ledge. It was believed that the wish globe originated on Naboo. (VD3)

starfighter pilot slang term used to describe a Y-Wing. (IJ)

Wisheel, Dwin
this Alliance Naval officer was the Fleet Supervisor for the Rayter Sector defenses. He was the officer who received the Worthless Fool from a junior procurement officer. The officer had purchased the spacetug for a huge sum from Yearo Sevile, who claimed its memory banks held information on Imperial shipyards. When Wisheel discovered that the memory banks had been wiped before the sale, he called the young officer a worthless fool. The nickname managed to stick with the ship. (TA)

Wishful Thinking
this was the name of a cracian thumper which was raced at the Heatherdowns Hotel and Track, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (TSIA)

Wishing Lake Zone
this was the name given to an area of space located in the Naboo System, during the last decades of the Old Republic. According to legends retold by the Royal Security Force, the Wishing Lake Zone was an area of bad luck, and any travel in the area should be rerouted around the zone. Many believed that this legend was explained to the Trade Federation during their blockade of Naboo, in order to keep Federation ships out of the area where Naboo rebels were gathering. (SWGAL)

this was the userid of a computer hacker who participated in various discussions on the Cularin node of the HoloNet, during the height of the Clone Wars. The signature attached to wishtaun's posts read, "If wishes were tauntauns, we'd all eat steak." (LFCW)

this was the Psadan term used to describe those members of their race who chose to ally themselves with the Yuuzhan Vong, after the alien invaders took control of Wayland. The Wish-To-Be faction believed that the Yuuzhan Vong were not unlike the Psadans, since both races revered natural, organic life as sacred, while technology was shunned as impure. (GMR10)

this was a common name for Ewok females. Like other Ewok names, it referred to a spirit or character in the Ewoks' mythology. (GCG)

according to Ewok legend, this princess was force to knit clothes for the Gorax before she was rescued by the legendary hunter Romba. (GCG)

Wissark, Dav
a native of Demar, this man was an accomplished computer slicer who worked for Ti'mere's InfoServices as the primary contact for many underworld customers. (FBS)

this was one of the many names given to female Bothans. In the Bothan language, it meant "free-spirited" or "independent." (GCG, WOTC)

this man was an X-Wing pilot in Rogue Squadron, during the Battle of Endor. He served as Wedge Antilles' wingman, using the callsign Rogue Two, during the subsequent clean-up operations. Unfortunately, Wister was killed when the wingmates stumbled upon the wreckage of the Executor in a canyon on the Forest Moon of Endor. The ragged Imperial forces were protecting the badly-damaged ship as best they could, and shot Wister's X-Wing from the sky. (T12)

a race of small, glowing sprites found in the forests of Endor, Wisties were also known as Firefolk or Flutterglows. They could fly around at incredible speeds, creating a glowing lightshow when they decided to introduce their presence. They were mischeivous by nature, often disrupting campgrounds and hunting parties just for fun. They communicated in a series of high-pitched whistles. There was some relationship between the Wisties and the Ewok Candle of Pure Light, for when Cindel Towani produced it in their presence, they flocked to the light and became part of it. The luminescence of the Wisties was biochemical, so they created no fire when they came to rest on a solid surface. (EA, SWDB)

this planet served as the site of an Imperial supply depot, during the early years of the New Republic. Luke Skywalker and Mara Jade, in an attempt to rescue Talon Karrde from Grand Admiral Thrawn, traveled to Wistril to steal a shuttle and land it on the Chimaera. They stashed a Skipray blastboat for their escaped, and managed to get Karrde out without difficulty. The returned to Wistril and retrieved the Skipray, then set out for Karrde's new base. (DFR)

Witch Blood Clan
this band of assassins and thugs patrolled the Dathomir System during the height of the New Order, striking from a base in the area of space known as Witch Blood Territory. The clan chose their victims very carefully, and planned their ambushes so as to ensure success every time. (SWGAL)

Witch Blood Territory
this area of space, located near the planet Dathomir, was the base of operations for the Witch Blood Clan. (SWGAL)

Witches of Dathomir
nine clans of Force-sensitive women who use spells to control The Force. They have adapted the rancor for use as mounts. (CPL)

this Jawa was a long-time rival of Kalit. As the leader of his tribe, Wittin plotted with Jabba the Hutt to eradicate Kalit. When Jabba began staging demolition derbies between various combatants, Wittin entered the contest with a remote-controlled STAP. Jabba promised that, if Wittin could win the event, he would give the Jawa a new sandcrawler. In order to ensure his chances, Wittin mounted an armed battle droid to the STAP. (CCG7, SWD)

this female Jedi Master was an instructor at the Jedi Temple on Coruscant, during the height of the Old Republic. She was known for her lessons on overcoming recklessness, and a section of the Jedi Code carried her beliefs. Among her teachings, Master Wiwa stressed the need to recognize when speed was required. It was not always important to be first, especially in combat or in negotiations. Sometimes, Master Wiwa said, it was better to strike the last blow or give the final answer, especially when it meant that your answer could not be wrong. (PJSB)

this was an ancient city established on Polis Massa by the Eellayin, many millennia before the Galactic Civil War. Like all Eellayin cities, Wiyentaah was established underground. (SWDB)

Wizar II
this planet is the primary world in the Wizar System, and is the homeworld of the Uroth race. (GMS)

a Rodian word that can be translated as "thanks." (TME)

Wk'ou Melon
this fruit was grown by the Morish race. It was a double-bulbed, pale red melon. (SOP)

this was the name of a section of the city of Pesktda, on Garqi. It was located east of the Pesktda Xenobiological Garden, and was home to some of the planet's leading academics. (DTR, GORW)

this SoroSuub ground coach was used by many corporate execs for personal, protected travel. Measuring twelve meters in length and well-armored, the WLZ-101 also was armed with a pair of blaster cannons. (CSA)

this archaic name was given to female Zabrak, although its original meaning was lost over time. (GCG)

Koensayr power coupling. (EGV)

Wo, Nena
this woman was the manager of the Plenty's grocery store in Chasin City, on the planet Commenor, during the last years of the Old Republic. (HNN5)

Wo, Sne
this woman was a good friend of Hayde Gofai and Ame Llom, and was one of the regular patrons of the Outlander Club on Coruscant, during the years leading up to the Battle of Geonosis. (SWI75)

Wo, Tharence
this obscure Jedi Knight made some of the initial discoveries regarding the Yinchorri species. Most of Master Wo's works were collected in a holocron for later accessibility. Unfortunately for the Jedi Knight Naeshahn and Ebor Taulk, the writings of Tharence Wo were so obscure that they were unknown before their mission to Yinchorr. (AOW)

Wocket Festival
this was a major holiday observed by the Toongs, of the planet Toong'L. During the celebration, tiny ornaments were flung to the revelers as gifts. Shortly before the Clone Wars, these ornaments were used as the physical monetary unit known as the King Kikipi Credit. (HNN4)

Wodanian Wood-sprite
this was a race of tiny humanoids. (MC9)

this eight-legged alien race was native to a planet with a natural gravity that was at least twice as strong as Coruscant-standard gravity. It was said that the Lutrillian smuggler Solomahal once saved the Wode from enslavement during the Clone Wars. (HSR, WOA34)

this planet is located in Skine Sector. (GG11)

this was one of the most common names given to male Corellians. (GMR9)

Woern's Asteroid
one of the largest planetoids found in the Drup Asteroid Field, this asteroid houses the base of operations of the pirate Laerron Woern. It is riddled with natural caves and tunnels, in which the pirates make their home. The various ores found in the asteroids create a dense field of interference that reduces the effectiveness of starship sensors, making travel through the field treacherous. (WBC)

this Zarian conman once hired a group of smugglers to transport himself and his team to Antiquity. He often used his comical appearance to his advantage, as other creatures assumed he wasn't very powerful. Woetar and the smugglers got trapped on Antiquity while waiting for a courier to deliver a package to him. The courier turned out to be an Imperial Colonel, who had called in the Karren police to arrest Woetar. Woetar evaded capture, but never received payment for his troubles. (POC)

one of the family names used by the Bothan people, it literally meant "tailor". (GCG, WOTC)

the name used to describe a baby Ewok. (ECAR)

this friendly, monkey-like creature is native to the planet Aris. The wok-woks are scavengers that roam the platform cities built in the trees of the jungle, searching for interesting articles and handouts. (RM)

Wol Cabbashite
this race of immobile slugs evolved from a parasitical race. They have short, round bodies with long tongues used to snare their prey. They have developed an astonishing level of intelligence over their history, a fact which is often overlooked because of their appearance. (CCG7)

a species of grazer native to the moon Yavin 8. (GG2)

Wold Ocean
this was the second-largest body of water found on the planet Genesia. (FBS)

Wolden-class shuttle
a transport ship. (RASB)

Woldona System
the star system ravaged by the pirates on the GrimDeath I. (SWSB)

a group of Z-95 Headhunters destroyed by the Empire during the Galactic Civil War. (TIE)

see Wookiee Liberation Front (LFCW)

see Wookiee Liberation Front (LFCW)

a dangerous predator. (SE)

Wolfman of Mos Eisley
this was the name used in the spaceport town of Mos Eisley to describe Lak Sivrak. (CHRN)

one of four Corellian CR90 Corvettes under the command of Lumiya, following the Battle of Endor. (SWG3)

Wolf's Claw
this was one of three Imperial-class Star Destroyers under the command of Admiral Gaen Drommel, shortly before the Battle of Endor. During the Battle of Tantive V, the Wolf's Claw was captured by the forces of the Alliance. (SWJ15)

this Gungan Commander was ordered by Boss Nass to bring Jar Jar Binks to the Quarry. Their bongo met with technical difficulties, and both Commander Wollod and Boss Nass were knocked unconscious. Jar Jar saved them all, and Boss Nass decided not to send Jar Jar to the Quarry. (E1A9)

this species of mollusk was native to Naboo. (GCG)

this was one of the most common Gungan surnames, taking from the father's side of the family. These surnames were not dropped, even after marriage. The name referred to a species of mollusk that was native to Naboo. (GCG)

this was one of the more common surnames used by the Duros people. Like all such names, Woluk was used only for official business, to indicate one individual from another when in the presense of non-Duros. This archaic name literally meant "miner" or "tunnel-digger". (GCG)

this Imperial officer accompanied Thrawn to S'krrr, shortly after the Battle of Yavin. Wolver and his peer officer, Tier, were killed in attacks from drog beetles. (GOF8)

this creature was once native to the homeworld of the Vagaari race. It was a feral variant of a particularly dangerous predator which was eventually domesticated by the Vagaari. Individual wolvkils were long, low-bodied creatures with long snouts and heavily-clawed paws. The killing of a wolvkil was an act of considerable bravery among the Vagaari, and the elite of Vagaari society often wore a dead wolvkil body over the shoulders as a sign of their position. Bearsh and his companions revealed that their wolvkil stoles were actually alive, when it became apparent that the remains of Outbound Flight were real. Their wolvkils had been wearing blue-and-gold collars, which seemed to be merely decoration. However, at a meeting with the Managing Council of the Outbound Flight Colony, Bearsh and his fellow Vagaari broke these collars off and allowed their wolvkils to return to life. The vicious predators attacked with wild abandon, shaking off blaster bolts with ease as they killed their victims. Their ability to endure pain stemmed from their decentralized nervous system, as well as the distributed physiology of their internal organs. (SQ)

this huge, lumbering beast is native to the planet Parada. They are quite dangerous if encountered in the wild, but tamed wombacks are iften used in circuses and parades. (SWJ8)

Women's Clan
this was the Basic translation of the term used by male Togorians to describe the females of their society. (MIS8)

Womp Fink
this term was used at the Leadership School on Andara, during the years following the Battle of Naboo, to describe any student who tattletaled on their fellow students. (JQ5)

Womp Rats Squadron
this Alliance squad, all veterans of the Battle of Hoth, was stationed at the base established on the planet Taul. They fought bravely on th eground, but were unabel to stop the Imperial orbital assault from the Dominator. (SWJ2)

Womp Run
this was the phrase coined by the youths of Tatooine to describe the target practice they took on womprats. Many young boys would fly their skyhoppers into areas known to have womprat populations, and make strafing runs on the small creatures. (SOT)

Womp Weasel
this term was used on the planet Mawan, during the years following the Battle of Naboo, to describe a scared being whose first reaction to a problem was to save their own skins. (JQ6)

this Huttese verb translated into Basic as "to strike with force." (E1A14)

a large rodent native to Tatooine, womprats resembled large, hopping rats, and were similar in appearance to the scurriers. Womprats were savage, opportunistic scavengers, and often overran garbage dumps and landfills. They reproduced at a prodigious rate, which allowed them to survive in the urban areas of Tatooine despite sanitation efforts to eradicate them. Despite their aggressive nature, womprats were communal creatures and very rarely attacked each other. A mutant form on womprat was discovered during the New Order, which had long, wing-like ears. Many scientists linked the mutant womprat's appearance to the Empire's disposal of toxic wastes. (SW, ANA, EGA, WSW, P)

this independent spacer once provided his niece and nephew with computer probe code, which they used to reprogram their TDL nanny droid. (SWJ14)

this was the psuedonym of a spacer who worked out of a base in Mos Eisley, on Tatooine, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (FTD)

this planet was the site of one of Garm Bel Iblis' military bases, during the height of the Galactic Civil War. (DFR)

Won Won
see Won-won (SWGAL)

this small, fur-footed creature is native to Corellia. It moves very quietly due to its soft feet and light weight. (TPS)

one of the finest hotels in Hologram Fun World, it was robbed by Tibor as part of Zorba the Hutt's plan to drive the theme park out of business. (QE)

this Brubb was the pilot of the Jolly Man, and lent his assistance to the Jedi Knights during the height of the Yuuzhan Vong invasion of the galaxy. Wonetun and his crew worked tirelessly with Danni Quee to try and capture a live yammosk for investigation, as part of the Eclipse Project. Wonetun was ultimately one of the supporters of the Jedi Knights to survive the conflict with the Yuuzhan Vong, and he later trained to become an X-Wing pilot. (SBS, UF, DN2)

Wong, Xiong
this man, known to his Alliance comrades as Chiefy, served as the Chief Warrant Officer aboard the Dreadnaught New Hope during the height of the Galactic Civil War. Those beings who failed to befriend him considered Wong to be a "miserable old geezer," which was fine with him. (RAG)

Wonga, winga, cingee, wooze
a nonsense phrase used by children who must choose among several options. The phrase is repeated, during which time a choice is associated with each word. Choices selected with the word "wooze" are eliminated. (THG)

this was the Huttese word for "warranty." (GMR5)

this warm, greasy dinner pastry was a basic part of the Wookiee diet. Han Solo once remarked that they tasted like granite slugs, only slimier. (TNR)

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