Relative Group ACTIVE

Indicates concepts for which comparison is valid and meaningful.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
-ab* unb rel itg Ability to perform the action described by the source base. Ability
abakemp* rel abl ag To (remove) dust (from).
abakew* rel abe sta itg Dustlessness, cleanness.
abakos* rel ess sta Dusty.
abakod* rel dat ac To (give) dust (to).
-abend* rel dat pa To receive the ability to do the action described by the source base.
-abew* rel abe sta itg Lack of ability to do the action described by the source base.
-abolv* rel abl pa To lose the ability to do the action described by the source base.
-abemp* rel abl ac To take (away) the ability to do the action described by the source base.
-abor* v: rel gen act To give others the ability to perform the action indicated by the base. Ability
-abod* rel dat ag To give the ability to do the action described by the verb sense of the modified base. Ability
-abos* rel ess sta Having the ability to do the action described by the source base.
acos* rel ess sta Having acid, acidic. Acid
adal* subj pos rel m itg Virtue. See Probity, Repute. Virtue
adel* neg rel sta Unknown, obscure. Obscurity
æq* rel act m itg Direction. Direction (Voluntary Action)
æqew* rel abe sta itg Lack of guidance or direction. Direction (Voluntary Action)
æt* min rel itg Age. Time
æþorg* des rel ess sta m itg Desire for alcohol.
ak* a: unb pos rel ess sta Sharp. Sharpness
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Details and Notes]]

Bounding Groups

Groups b, max, min, and unb are mutually exclusive and apply only to the Relative group.

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.

Prefixes that Modify Relative Bases

tro+ Comparative.
mo+ Superlative.

tropaw+ Less … (than).
trople+ More … (than).

mopaw+ Least … (among).
mople+ Most … (among).

fra+ Completely … .
ro+ … Enough.
ju+ Within a narrow margin; precisely or almost precisely; barely; just enough.
swo+ So … .

Thesaurus

Name Gloss
Ability Competence in activity.
Agreement General relation. Abstract order.
Amorphism Absence of form.
Amusement Holding the attention of someone pleasantly.
Augmentation Expansion by adding external material.
Bear (fig.)
Beauty
Blackness
Brittleness Inability to hold fast when subjected to pressure or trauma. Lack of tenacity.
Chance (Cause) Absence of assignable cause.
Circumstance Relative modal existence.
Compression Contraction into a smaller volume.
Concavity Curvature inward.
Curvature
Danger Lack or compromise of safety.
Dehydration Lack or requirement of water.
Delirium Insanity marked by elevated excitation or feeling.
Desire
Difficulty
Direction (Voluntary Action)
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Subgroups

Abbreviation Name Definition

Roots

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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