Indeterminate Group ACTIVE

The meaning is not specific and can cover a range of meaning.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
arkæ* ind m itg Antiquity. The distant past (as opposed to the immediate past). Antiquity
arkæopr* ind ess sta Belonging to the distant past, hc ancient, archaic.
artj* ind num Even (2, 4, 6, etc.). Indeterminate Number
askid* ind chrom Ash black or gray. Gray
aswensid* ind chrom The Asian skin color.
awstrens* ind eth ess sta Easterner.
bak* ind geom ess sta dis tg Rod. Rod
berq* res dis tg Result of assemblage of matter or material. Result of Assemblage
cæsj* chrom Bluish-gray. Gray
cip* ind Chip. Odd piece. Chip
dermid* ind chrom Skin color.
dwekt* ind dis tg Something that is characterized by two, particularly having two of something.
ekstrojac* el ind ac Circumjacent (to). Circumjacence
flav* chrom Golden or reddish yellow. Yellow
fodr* ind m tg Fodder, raw material. For cases where "food" is inappropriate.
herbid* ind chrom Grass-green.
jac* abs Location with reference to a centrical boundary. Centrical Dimensions
kæt* ind Loose and flowing. Incoherence
karnid* ind chrom Color of (raw) flesh: generally red or pink.
kir* ind chrom Tawny, tan. Yellow
page 1 of 512345next »

To add an element page to this list, tag with "class:ind" (See Usage of Tags in This Wiki.)

Details and Notes]]

Comparison Supergroup

rel Relative Denotes concepts for which comparison is valid and meaningful.
abs Absolute Denotes concepts that are intrinsic, for which comparison is invalid, impossible or meaningless.
ind Indeterminate The meaning is not specific and can cover a range of meaning.
comp Comparative Denotes intermediate degree of the comparison of adjectives.
sup Superlative Denotes the highest degree of the comparison of adjectives and adverbs.
ext Extremitive Denotes an extreme or extraordinary degree of the comparison of adjectives and adverbs.

These groups are mutually exclusive.

The relative modifiers apply only to the Relative group. They are meaningless with the other groups.

Mutual Exclusivity: Specificity Groups

The groups of the Specificity supergroup are mutually exclusive. An element may belong to at most one of these groups.

Thesaurus

Name Gloss
Change Difference at different times.
Chip odd piece.
Ellipsoid Imperfect example of circularity.
Fewness
Fraction
Infinity
Multitude
Obliquity Deviation from orthogonality or parallelism.
Quantum Particular quantity.
Rod Solid of long, narrow form.
Similarity General relation of a subject to an object.

Subgroups

Abbreviation Name Definition
ind-chrom Indefinite Chromative Subclass Denotes a non-cardinal range of colors.
ind-num Indeterminate Numerical Subgroup

Roots

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

To add an element page to this list, tag with "class:ind" (See Usage of Tags in This Wiki.)