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  • I don't live but all life has me.

  • It ain't easy to destroy me, but if you do, I'll destroy you.

  • You won't see me as me.

  • My sibling is known as tekahaamandlakusogzogikethamopolmphamvu

And..

My name is a tiny little word

Also..

I am not oxygen

I wasn't able to make a proper rhyme out of these, so any edits for it are always welcome.

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    $\begingroup$ my rhyming dictionary doesn't have tekahaamandlakusogzogikethamopolmphamvu, not sure why they left that one out :-D $\endgroup$ Commented Mar 5, 2019 at 22:05

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Answer

Instead of energy, you are mass.

Reasons

It doesn’t live, but all life has it.

It is very hard to turn mass into our energy, or to “destroy” it. If that happens, massive amounts of energy are released. For a classic example, think of nuclear bombs.)

“Mass” is a tiny word, and mass itself is very small. In addition, oxygen is made of mass.

Finally, as the below answer states, “According to Google Translate, 'tekahaamandlakusogzogikethamopolmphamvu' is Zulu for energy efficiency.” Mass but not the sibling to energy! After all, think of Einstien's famous e=mc2!

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Perhaps it is

Energy

Because

Everything has energy, but you aren't alive
The Law of Conservation of Energy states that you cannot destroy it
You can't see energy, only the effects it has on other objects
According to Google Translate, 'tekahaamandlakusogzogikethamopolmphamvu' is Zulu for energy efficiency

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  • $\begingroup$ You are close, but this is not the answer. Also try translating energy efficiency from English to Zulu. I don't know why it is showing energy efficient as the translation to this text (maybe Google looks for just a few words, considers the closest match), but it isn't. $\endgroup$
    – Eagle
    Commented Mar 5, 2019 at 21:00

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