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rg* ab rel des m itg
nbsp; IE *werǵ- > Latin urgere
Desire, urge, drive, want.Indicates desire only, not need or an act of seeking or imploring.

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Desire

rg* Desire.

Wish, fancy, fantasy; inclination, leaning, bent, mind, animus, partiality, penchant [F.], predilection; propensity [See Affections]; willingness [See Willingness]; liking, love, fondness, relish. Can be a translation for English -phile.
Longing, hankering, yearning, coveting; aspiration, ambition, vaulting ambition; eagerness, zeal, ardor, empressement [F.], breathless impatience, solicitude, anxiety, overanxiety; impetuosity [See Excitability].

rgoq* Executive: To use/wield desire.
rgor* Generative: To produce desire.

rgos* Essive of having.
rgod* Dative agent: To give desire (to).
rgend* Dative patient: To receive desire (from).

rgew* Abessive.
rgemp* Ablative agent: To take desire (from).
rgolv* Ablative patient: To lose desire (to/by).

General Noun Modifiers

r* To generate, produce, emit.
q* To use, wield.

-os* Essive of having: To have, possess, hold.
d* Dative agent: To give.
-end* Dative patient: To receive.

-ew* Abessive: State of not having.
-emp* Ablative agent: To take.
lv* Ablative patient: To lose.

-aq* Means.
-tr* Domain, location.
-m* Result.

-ampl* Sufficiency
-ult* Excess of.
-up* Insufficiency of.
-org* Want of.
-urj* Need for, requirement of.

Incompleteness

Abessive Group
dew*
ven*
rg* and Desiderative Group
-urj* and Imperative Group

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