Example: Xe’nilusu. Kansu mi’la’mekuv indite’het’ny!
(1S-be.innocent. Kansu 3S-PST-steal cherry-PL.)
I am innocent. Kansu stole the cherries.

Nilusu is an odd name, especially since his connotation is a bit different from the expected one. Someone who is nilusu does not necessarily be naïve it might very well be that he knows badness and temptation but remains free of it due to her/his strength of character. Naïvety is not a virtue to the rejistanis as much as it sometimes seems to be in our culture (‘child-like innocentce and purity’).

The denotation of it being the opposite of guilty of course exists as well.