Action Group ACTIVE

Indicates an action not covered by another functional group.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
abib* act To flower, bloom. Production of external structures. Flowering
-abor* v: rel gen act To give others the ability to perform the action indicated by the base. Ability
acor* gen act To emit acid. Acid
-æk* act dis Owner or master of the noun modified.
ækur* act m itg Torture. Torture
æmlosi* act m itg Rivalry, opposition, jealousy, envy. Opponent
æmol* act m itg Emulation, striving to equality.
æq* rel act m itg Direction. Direction (Voluntary Action)
æror* gen act To emit or release air or gas, exhale, deflate; pass gas, fart. Gaseity
akism* act m itg Feigned disinterest in something while actually desiring it. Agent of Desire
akosd* v: act To sit on a point, balance.
-akj* act m itg > act m itg Instigation to the modified action. Instigation
aktor* gen act To emit radiation, be radioactive. Radioactivity
akwor* gen act To emit or give off water. Water
-ald* act To exert authority over something, rule (over) something, command. Generally used as a constructor for names with Germanic origins, but can also be used to construct certain figurative bases and as a suffixial equivalent for base krat*. Authority
aleks* act m itg Defense. Counteraction against antagonism. Defense
alm* act m itg Education. Education
almor* gen act (v) To educate, teach.
(n) Teacher, educator, one who is involved in education.
almœk* act fac dis tg School, university, college. Facility of education. Education
altern* act m itg Alternation. Oscillation between two fixed points, positions or states. Alternation
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COMPENSATION, equation; commutation; indemnification; compromise [See Compromise]; neutralization, nullification; counteraction [See Counteraction]; reaction; measure for measure; retaliation [See Retaliation]; equalization [See Equality]; redemption, recoupment.
SET-OFF, offset; makeweight, casting weight; counterpoise, ballast; indemnity, equivalent, quid pro quo [L.]; bribe, hush money; gift, donation [See Giving]; amends (atonement) [See Atonement]; counterbalance, counterclaim, countervailing; cross debt, cross demand.
PAY, payment, reward [See Reward].


Deliverance Transitive transference from danger to safety. Extrication, rescue, ransom; reprieve, reprieval [rare], respite; armistice, truce; liberation [See Liberation]; emancipation; redemption, redeemableness, salvation; exemption; day of grace; riddance.


Demonstration Reasoning validated with evidence or experiment. Proof, irrefragability; conclusiveness &c. adj.; apodeixis or apodixis, probation, comprobation [obs.].


Dentifrice Causative instrument of cleanness. Toothpaste, mouthwash.


Discrimination Response to comparison. Distinction, differentiation, diagnosis, diorism; nice perception; perception -, appreciation- of difference; estimation [See Measurement]; nicety, refinement; taste [See Taste]; critique, judgment; tact; discernment (intelligence) [See Intelligence. Wisdom]; acuteness, penetration; nuances [F.].

Fire Worship

pyrolatr* Fire Worship, pyrolatry, sun worship, heliolatry, Sabæanism or Sabeanism or Sabeism, Parsiism or Parseeism, Zoroastrianism; pyrolator, heliolator, Sabæan or Sabean, Parsi or Parsee, Zoroastrian.

Functional Subgroup

The groups of the Functional subgroup are mutually exclusive. Limit one per element.


Name Gloss
Acceleration Increase in velocity over time.
Acoustics Science of sound.
Aggravation Increase in severity, bitterness, or violence.
Agitation Irregular motion.
Agriculture Management of plants.
Aid Auxiliary support.
Alternation Oscillation between two fixed points, positions or states.
Amusement Holding the attention of someone pleasantly.
Annihilation Rendering inexistent.
Antagonism Active hostility or opposition.
Approach Motion towards. Decrease of distance from.
Approbation Official or formal approval or sanction.
Arbitrary Power
Arrangement Reduction to order.
Arrival Terminal motion at.
Ascent Motion upwards.
Assemblage Generation of coherence.
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Abbreviation Name Definition
act-itg Action Subclass


Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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