Abstract Group ACTIVE

Does not have a specific meaning until it is put into a context.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
adivj* ab all loc Direction to.
de+ ab rel Away from, apart from; abnormal.
devj* ab loc Direction away from.
ðemp* ab abl ag Ablative agent.
ðend* dat pa Dative patient.
ðod* ab dat ag Dative agent.
ðof* ab cau ag Causative agent.
ðolv* ab abl pa Ablative patient.
ditorj* ab dat fac Dative facility; distribution center.
eksivj* ab el loc Direction out from.
em* ab pa Vomit, vomitus. Ejection
ew+ ab Good, true. Mainly used for constructing biological, scientific and technical bases. Goodness
f* ab cau ac To cause to be or do. Verb modifier (as -if*); noun modifier (as -of*).
fekt* ab cau dis tg Causative object.
fi* ab cau act m itg Transitive causative action.
fœk* ab cau fac dis tg Causative facility.
fort* ab unb pos rel m itg Strength, force. Strength
fortend* ab unb pos rel dat pa To strengthen (from/by). Strength
fr* ab pos rel m itg Heat, warmth, activity. Heat
ft* const cau pa To be caused to be or do (noun modified) by someone else (direct object); to become.
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Abstract Group note

Applies only to bases; suffixes and prefixes are abstract by definition. The base acquires specific meaning by being used in a context. The base generally should not be used by itself as a noun, verb, adjective or adverb (though many of them can be turned directly into prepositions).

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