Essive Group ACTIVE

Indicates a state of being or ownership.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
abakos* rel ess sta Dusty.
aban* ess sta "Son of the father," Barabbas. Names, Titles and Greetings
abir* masc fig ess sta "Father."
abiß* fem fig ess sta "Pastor, leader."
-abos* rel ess sta Having the ability to do the action described by the source base.
-ac* (bio) (ess sta) dis tg Constructor for biological family names.
acos* rel ess sta Having acid, acidic. Acid
adaliß* n: fem ess sta dis tg Adela, Adele, Adelaide. Names, Titles and Greetings
adalir* n: masc ess sta dis tg Masculine short name for names beginning with or containing adal*.
adalofuns* ess sta "Noble and ready", Alfonso, Alfonse. Names, Titles and Greetings
adalibert* ess sta Albert, Elmer, Latin Albertum.
adalowin* ess sta "Noble friend," Æðelwine, Alvin.
adel* neg rel sta Unknown, obscure. Obscurity
adon* ess "Lord," "father," Adonai; the Greek god Adonis. Greek & Latin Gods
adur* ess sta Hadria, Adria, Atri. Italy
æd* fig ess sta "Fire," Aodh, Aidan, Aiden. Fire
ækw* abs ess sta Equal. Equality
-ækw* abs ess sta Equal according to some measurement.
-æm* n > abs ess sta Copy of, imitation of.
ænor* n: ess sta Aenor, Eleanor. Names, Titles and Greetings
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Appetizer Small portion of food or drink served before or at the beginning of a meal to stimulate the desire to eat.


Ascetic Essive of asceticism. Anchoret or anchorite; hermit (recluse) [See Seclusion. Exclusion]; puritan, sabbatarian, cynic; bhikshu, sannyasi or sanyasi, yogi [all Hindu]; dervish, fakir.


Exuviae Rubbish tegmen. Desquamation, slough.

Functional Subgroup

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


Name Gloss
Acclivity Upward obliquity with respect to a base horizontal.
Ass (fig.)
Bad Man
Baleen Filter-feeder system inside the mouth of baleen whales.
Bear (fig.)
Bee (fig.)
Berry Small, usually stoneless, juicy fruit. Irrespective of botanical structure.
Blood (fig.)
Brother Male sibling.
Bug (fig.)
Chaff Essive of littleness and unimportance.
Cloak Overgarment for concealment.
Connaturality Genetic similarity
Corner Place at which two converging lines or surfaces meet.
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Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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