i-kah-řaah (n.) a language formality, in which permission is given to use informal parts of speech and the person’s first name.

Iqara is a language formality granting the use of informal speech and first-name basis.

One would say, “Iqara iqa da qara,” to grant iqara.

One would say “Iqara iqa naram,” to revoke it, which is sometimes a promise of vendetta and rarely done.

The general response is qaiqaru if you don’t reciprocate. (a blend of qaidru and iqara iqa da qara)

And qaiqaru ru (literally I grant you iqara you you. Redundant, but reciprocates the honor)