Stative Group ACTIVE

Indicates states of being.

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
ðampl* abs ess sta m itg. Sufficiency. Sufficiency
diks* rel fig ess sta dis tg "Goat."
disk* geom ess sta dis tg Disc. Solid with a circular primary surface and minor thickness. Disc
diwjiß* fem ess sta Diana. Roman goddess of the hunt, the moon and birthing.
dolos* ess sta Sad, grieving.
dorsert* abs ess sta Facing the backside. Rear
dra+ Ongoing, continuing.
drem* abs sta m itg Repose. Repose
dubr* ess sta "Water," Dover.
dukab* ess sta m itg Ability to lead.
dukew* abe sta m itg Leaderlessness, lack of disciplin, wantonness.
dukj* ess sta Plunging, ducking.
dulcos* rel ess sta Sweet, pleasing to the taste.
dumnald* ess sta Donald.
dur* unb pos rel sta itg Permanence. Permanence
duros* unb pos rel ess Having permanence. Permanent, durable, persistent, enduring, lasting; fixed; standing. Permanence
dwarj* abs ess sta One per two, one of two, one among two.
dwelarj* abs ess sta One per million, one of a million, one among one million.
dwerv* rel neg ess sta Smaller than normal.
dwt* ord ess sta Second.
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Appetizer

Appetizer Small portion of food or drink served before or at the beginning of a meal to stimulate the desire to eat.

Ascetic

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

Dishabille

Dishabille State of being dressed in a careless, disheveled, or disorderly style or manner. Morning dress, tea gown, wrapper, negligee or négligé [F.], dressing gown, undress; kimono; shooting coat; smoking jacket; mufti [chiefly Eng.]; rags, tatters, old clothes; mourning, weeds; duds [colloq. or slang]; slippers.

Exuviae

Exuviae Rubbish tegmen. Desquamation, slough.

Femininity

qwenisi* Femininity, feminality, feminacy, feminity, muliebrity.

Fluency (in language)

Flippancy, volubility; verbosity (diffuseness) [See Diffuseness]; gift of the gab (eloquence) [See Speech].

Functional Subgroup

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

Thesaurus

Subgroups

Abbreviation Name Definition

Roots

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy

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