Elative Group ACTIVE

Denotes position or movement outward or away from.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
akweks* el ess sta Out of water.
ekserj* el ag To discover.
de+ ab rel Away from, apart from; abnormal.
dejak* el ac To throw away, discard, reject. Rejection
deserq* ac To diverge from. Motion with reference to Direction
devert* el ac To turn away, divert, reject.
durw* el act itg Dispersion. Dispersion
-eks* abs el ess sta Out, outside of. Circumjacence
eks* abs el ag To be out of, not belong to. Exteriority
ekserq* el ac To exit. Egress
ekstrivad* pej el ac To retreat (from). Egress
eksivj* ab el loc Direction out from.
ekstr* el loc Exterior. Exteriority
ekstrisist* el ess sta m itg Extrinsicality. Formal existence, external conditions.
ekstrojac* el ind ac Circumjacent (to). Circumjacence
ekstrovj* el loc Outlet, exit. Location of egress. Outlet
ekstropel* el ac To drive out, expel. Compulsion
jakob* el dis tg Overgarment. Article of overclothing. Overgarment
jakobar* col tg Overclothing. Clothing worn over the primary clothing, usually for short-term covering, defense or insulation. Overclothing
miq* el phys act m itg Urination. Zoological excretion through the kidneys and urinary tract. Egress
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Details and Notes]]

Corset

Corset Undergarment intended for support of the upper torso. Stays, corsage, brassière, camisole, corselet, bodice.'

Directional Supergroup

Groups of the Directional supergroup are mutually exclusive.

ill Illative Existence within, motion into.
el Elative Existence without, motion out of.
all Allative Existence on or at, motion toward.

Thesaurus

Name Gloss
Avoidance
Convexity Curvature outward.
Dispersion
Egress Intransitive motion out of.
Ejection Transference of the agent out of the patient.
Expenditure Money going out.
Exteriority
Extrinsicality Formal existence, external conditions.
Leakage Waste via egress.
Outlet Location of egress.
Overclothing Clothing worn over the primary clothing, usually for short-term covering, defense or insulation.
Overgarment Article of overclothing.
Pimple Zoological convexity or blemish containing pus.
Proboscis Zoological convexity on the face.
Recession Motion from.
Skin Outer(most) layer.
Vulva External female genitalia.

Subgroups

Abbreviation Name Definition

Roots

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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