"Name","Abbreviation","Definition","Status","Parent"

"Abessive Group","abe","Denotes lack or absence of something. ","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Ablative Group","abl","Indicates loss or removal of a thing or state from a patient.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Absolute Group","abs","Denotes concepts that are intrinsic, for which comparison is invalid, impossible or meaningless.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Abstract Group","ab","Does not have a specific meaning until it is put into a context.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Accusative Group","acc","Denotes a case whose distinctive function is to indicate the direct object of a verb or the object of certain prepositions.","POTENTIAL","Semantic Supergroup"
"Action Group","act","Indicates an action not covered by another functional group.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Active Voice Group","ac","Denotes that the subject is the agent of the action on the direct object.","DEPRECATED","Vocal Supergroup"
"Adessive Group","ade","Denotes a place where or near where an action takes place.","POTENTIAL",""
"Adjective-Pattern Group","a","","ACTIVE",""
"Affirmative Group","aff","Words that specifically have positive connotations.","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Agent Group","ag","Indicates that the subject of the statement is the person or thing performing the indicated action.","ACTIVE","Agency Supergroup"
"Aggregate Group","agg","Denotes a sum, mass, or assemblage of particulars into a whole mass or sum.","ACTIVE","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Allative Group","all","Denotes action, motion or application towards something else.","ACTIVE","Directional Supergroup"
"Amative Group","am","Denotes a positive emotive mood.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Associative Group","assoc","Denotes that the subject of the sentence is represented as performing the action expressed by the verb.","POTENTIAL","Semantic Supergroup"
"Attenuative Group","att","Weaker, less forceful, or less concentrated action relative to modified concept.","ACTIVE","Aspect Supergroup"
"Auxiliary Group","aux","Object or subject that is not the agent of the indicated action.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Binary Group","bin","Represents two subjects.","POTENTIAL","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Biological Group","bio","Represents a specific classification within the biological taxonomy.","ACTIVE","Taxonomic Supergroup"
"Bivalent Group","2v","Elements that take two arguments.","ACTIVE","Valency Supergroup"
"Bounded Class","b","","","Semantic Supergroup"
"Cardinal Group","card","Contains elements that represent one of an enumerated set of objects or concepts.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"Causative Group","cau","Denotes causing something to take on a condition or state, or to become something.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Chemical Group","chem","Denotes specific chemical elements or molecules.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"Chromative Group","chrom","Denotes colors.","ACTIVE","Nominative Supergroup"
"Chronative Group","chron","Defines time periods and chronological events.","ACTIVE","Nominative Supergroup"
"Collective Group","col","Denotes a collection of multiple like particulars considered as a whole.","ACTIVE","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Comitative Group","com","Denotes accompaniment.","POTENTIAL",""
"Comparative Group","comp","Denotes intermediate degree of the comparison of adjectives.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Condition(al) Group","cond","","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Constructor Group","const","Denotes a base that is a constructor; that is, cannot stand alone and must be used to derive other bases.","ACTIVE","Grammatical Supergroup"
"Continuation Group","cont","Indicates the continuing or progress of an action, event or state.","ACTIVE","Continuity Supergroup"
"Custom Valence Group","cv","Elements that take four or more arguments.","ACTIVE","Valency Supergroup"
"Dative Class","dat","Denotes having, giving or receiving.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Declarative Group","decl","Indicates truth without any qualification.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Decremental Group","decr","Denotes decrease in something concrete or measurable","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Definite Group","def","","ACTIVE",""
"Demonstrative Group","dem","Indicates or singles out a thing being referred to.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Derivative Group","der","Indicates something that is derived or extracted from something else.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"Description/Descriptive Group","desc","","POTENTIAL",""
"Desiderative Group","des","Indicates want, desire or inclination.","ACTIVE","Modal Supergroup"
"Destinative Group","dest","Indicates a destination.","POTENTIAL","Functional Supergroup"
"Diminutive Group","dim","","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Directional Group","dir","","ACTIVE",""
"Discrete (Countable) Group","dis","Denotes count nouns (separate, apart, detached from others).","ACTIVE","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Distributive Group","dist","Indicates distribution across a collection to the individual members.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Divinitive Group","div","","DEPRECATED",""
"Durative Group","dur","Denotes continuing action.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Dynamic Group","dyn","Shows continued or progressive action or change of state on the part of a subject.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Elative Group","el","Denotes position or movement outward or away from.","ACTIVE","Directional Supergroup"
"Energetic Group","en","Indicates strong belief or emphasis by the speaker.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Enumerable Group","enum","Denotes concepts that have only a discrete number of distinct states.","POTENTIAL",""
"Essive Group","ess","Indicates a state of being or ownership.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Ethnonymic Group","eth","Classifications of people according to ethnic lineage.","ACTIVE","Taxonomic Supergroup"
"Extremitive Group","ext","Indicates an extreme or extraordinary degree of the comparison of adjectives and adverbs.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Facility Group","fac","Denotes objects designed, built, installed, etc., to serve a specific function affording an action or state.","ACTIVE","Agency Supergroup"
"Factive Group","fact","Licensing only those content clauses that represent claims assumed to be true.","ACTIVE",""
"Familial Group","fam","Indicates familial relationships, including ancestry and descendancy.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Feminine Group","fem","Elements that specifically denote the female gender or femininity as opposed to masculity, gender neutrality or gender ambiguitiy.","ACTIVE","Gender Supergroup"
"Figurative Group","fig","","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"First-Person Group","1p","Indicates the speaker in an event or situation","ACTIVE","Personal Supergroup"
"Frequentative Group","freq","Denotes doing something multiple times, iteratively, repeatedly or frequently.","POTENTIAL","Aspect Supergroup"
"Future Group","fut","","ACTIVE","Vocal Supergroup"
"Generative Group","gen","Indicates generation or emission.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Geographical Group","geo","","POTENTIAL",""
"Geometric Group","geom","Geometric concepts such as shapes and solids.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Gerundive Class","ger","Denotes worthiness of, necessity of or obligation to perform an action.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Holonymic Group","hol","The whole that a part belongs to.","POTENTIAL","Specificity Supergroup"
"Hypernymic Group","hyper","Denotes a class of words or things.","POTENTIAL","Taxonomic Supergroup"
"Hyponymic Group","hypo","Denotes a member of a larger group.","POTENTIAL","Taxonomic Supergroup"
"Illative Group","ill","Denotes movement into or toward.","POTENTIAL","Directional Supergroup"
"Imperative Group","imp","Indicates need or requirement.","ACTIVE","Modal Supergroup"
"Inceptive Group","inc","Denotes the beginning or formation of an action.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Incremental Group","incr","Denotes increase in something concrete or measurable.","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Indeterminate Group","ind","The meaning is not specific and can cover a range of meaning.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Indicative Group","indc","Indicates the mood of the verb used for ordinary objective statements, questions, etc.","POTENTIAL","Semantic Supergroup"
"Infinitive Group","inf","","POTENTIAL",""
"Initial Group","init","Denotes the beginning of an action, event or state.","ACTIVE","Continuity Supergroup"
"Intangible Group","itg","Indicates concepts that are immaterial.","ACTIVE","Tangibility Supergroup"
"Intensive Group","int","Stronger, more forceful, or more concentrated relative to the modified concept.","ACTIVE","Aspect Supergroup"
"Interrogative Group","inter","Denotes concepts that form, constitute, or are used in or to form a question.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Jussive Group","jus","Indicates a command or requirement.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Locative Group","loc","Denotes a place or location.","ACTIVE","Nominative Supergroup"
"Masculine Class","masc","Elements that specifically denote the masculine gender or masculinity as opposed to femininity, gender neutrality or gender ambiguitiy.","ACTIVE","Gender Supergroup"
"Mass (Uncountable) Group","m","Denotes an indefinitely divisible substance or an abstract notion.","ACTIVE","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Mathematical Class","math","","","Technical Supergroup"
"Maximally-Bound Group","max","","ACTIVE",""
"Means (Instrument) Group","inst","Means by which an agent performs an action.","ACTIVE","Agency Supergroup"
"Measurement Group","meas","Denotes units of measurement.","ACTIVE","Nominative Supergroup"
"Mechanical Group","mech","","POTENTIAL","Technical Supergroup"
"Medical Group","med","","ACTIVE","Technical Supergroup"
"Meronymic group","mer","A part of a whole, a component within a system, or a member of a collection.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"Minimally-Bound Group","min","","ACTIVE",""
"Modal Group","mod","Indicates a mood or attitude not covered by other modal groups.","POTENTIAL",""
"Negative Group","neg","Indicates a negative degree of comparison.","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Neutral Group","neu","","POTENTIAL",""
"Nominative Group","nom","Indicates a case having as its function the indication of the subject of a finite verb.","POTENTIAL",""
"Nonvalent Group","0v","Elements that have no arguments.","POTENTIAL","Valency Supergroup"
"Noun-Pattern Group","n","","ACTIVE",""
"Numerical Group","num","Numbers (either definite or indefinite).","ACTIVE","Grammatical Supergroup"
"Oblique Group","ob","Indicates any case of noun inflection except nominative and vocative.","POTENTIAL","Semantic Supergroup"
"Obviative Group","obv","Indicates low salience or prominence.","ACTIVE","Salience Supergroup"
"Optative Group","opt","Denotes a desire or wish.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Ordinal Group","ord","Contains elements that denote ordering or sequencing.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"Originitive Group","or","Denotes origin or origination.","POTENTIAL","Functional Supergroup"
"Partitive Group","part","Denotes part of a whole.","POTENTIAL","Quantitative Supergroup"
"Patient Class","pa","Elements for which the subject is the patient, target or undergoer of the action.","ACTIVE","Agency Supergroup"
"Pejorative Group","pej","Specifically connotes negativity, disapproval, rejection or bias against.","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Perfective Group","perf","Denotes an action that has completed.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Physical Group","phys","Indicates physical attribute or meaning.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Positive Group","pos","Denotes a positive degree of comparison.","ACTIVE","Qualitative Supergroup"
"Possessive Class","poss","","",""
"Posteritive Group","post","Denotes an action or event that will take place in the future.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Pragmatic Group","prag","Denotes usage in context or situation.","POTENTIAL",""
"Preteritive Group","pret","Denotes something that took place or existed in the past.","POTENTIAL","Continuity Supergroup"
"Privative Group","priv","Indicates deprivation or negation.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"
"Pronoun (Pronominative Group)","pn","Replaces or substitutes for nouns and noun phrases, having very general reference.","ACTIVE","Nominative Supergroup"
"Proximative Group","prox","Indicates high salience or prominence.","POTENTIAL","Salience Supergroup"
"Qualitative Class","qual","","",""
"Quantitative Group","quan","","POTENTIAL",""
"Reciprocal Group","recip","Indicates an action in which an agent acts on a patient, and there is expectation that the patient acts on the agent.","ACTIVE","Transitivity Supergroup"
"Reflexive Group","refl","Indicates an action in which the agent is also the patient.","ACTIVE","Transitivity Supergroup"
"Relative Group","rel","Indicates concepts for which comparison is valid and meaningful.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Resultative Group","res","Denotes the result or product of an action.","ACTIVE","Agency Supergroup"
"Scientific Group","sci","","POTENTIAL","Technical Supergroup"
"Second-Person Group","2p","Denotes the addressee in an event or situation","ACTIVE","Personal Supergroup"
"Selective Group","sel","Indicates one item selected out of a group or collection of like items.","POTENTIAL","Specificity Supergroup"
"Semantic Group","s","Indicates a semantic detail that isn't covered by any other semantic class.","POTENTIAL",""
"Specific Group","spec","Contains elements in specificities other than any other specificity group.","ACTIVE","Specificity Supergroup"
"State Class","st","","DEPRECATED",""
"Stative Group","sta","Indicates states of being.","ACTIVE","Functional Supergroup"
"Subjective Group","subj","Subject to personal opinion, attitude, or mood.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Superlative Group","sup","Indicates the highest degree of the comparison of adjectives and adverbs.","ACTIVE","Comparison Supergroup"
"Tangible Group","tg","Material, substantive, capable of being touched.","ACTIVE",""
"Taxonomic Group","tax","Contains elements for specific classifications within a taxonomy or hierarchy that is not covered by another taxonomic group.","DEPRECATED","Taxonomic Supergroup"
"Technical Group","tech","","ACTIVE","Technical Supergroup"
"Terminal Group","term","Denotes the end of an action, event or state.","ACTIVE","Continuity Supergroup"
"Third-Person Group","3p","Denotes a third party or participant in an event or situation.","ACTIVE","Personal Supergroup"
"Transitive Class","tr","Denotes performing an action that has a direct object.","DEPRECATED","Vocal Supergroup"
"Trivalent Group","3v","Elements that take three arguments (subject, direct object and indirect object).","ACTIVE","Valency Supergroup"
"Unbounded Group","unb","Connotes unlimited quantity.","ACTIVE","Semantic Supergroup"
"Univalent Group","1v","Elements that take one and only one argument (subject).","ACTIVE","Valency Supergroup"
"Verb Pattern Roots","vp","","ACTIVE",""
"Verb-Pattern Group","v","","ACTIVE",""
"Vocative Class","voc","Denotes personal address.","ACTIVE",""
"Volitive Group","vol","Denotes desire.","POTENTIAL","Modal Supergroup"