akšóm (paucal akšómi, collective ihakšóm) in mazadmáh society is the name given to the layers of social stratification that an individual belongs to.


šiťáh is the name given to a group of ihakšóm (social classes) in mazadmáh society that are most prominently characterised by their inability to participate in mazadmáh governance or military. a person who has “entered šiťáh” (i.e who belongs to one of these classes) is referred to as an ašióť (collective ihašióť).

examples of šiťáh classes include ihdíuinis (practitioners of díuinin gender non-compliance) and ihgábil (practitioners of gabláh “ritual magic”)