English Wiktionary

band* Flag, banner.
kanon* Body of standards, canon.
komiform* A standard in the sense of conformity.
nomon* Standard for measuring, carpenter's square, rule, ruler.
norm* Rule. Standard of conformity.
rek* Straight, regular, orderly, proper, hence authoritative, standard.
See Rule.

Thesaurus Entries

Hilinqwo Elements

**[[[base:band|band*]]]** Insignia.
**[[[base:koform|komiform*]]]** Conformity, standard.
**[[[base:nomon|nomon*]]]** Standard for measuring, carpenter's square, rule, ruler.
**[[[base:norm|norm*]]]** Rule. Standard of conformity. Pattern, template, norm, standard, law.
Regularity, uniformity, constancy, clockwork precision; punctuality (exactness) [See Truth]; even tenor, rut; system; routine (custom) [See Habit]; formula; canon, convention, maxim, rule &c. (form, regulation) [See Precept]; keynote, standard, model; precedent (prototype) [See Prototype].
**[[[base:normid|normod*]]]** To standardize, normalize.
**[[[base:normib|normos*]]]** Having a standard, having a norm, standardized.
**[[[base:qred|qred*]]]** Degree. Grade, step, extent, measure, amount, ratio, stint or stent, standard, height, pitch; reach, amplitude, range, scope, caliber; gradation, shade; tenor, compass; sphere, station, rank, standing; rate, way, sort.
POINT, mark, stage (term) [See Term]; interval, line [music], space [music]; intensity, strength (greatness) [See Greatness].
**[[[base:rek|rek*]]]** Straight, regular, orderly, proper, hence authoritative, standard.

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Element Class(es) Definition Taxonomy Notes
band* dis tg Insignia. Insignia
komiform* m itg Conformity, standard. Conformity
nomon* inst dis tg Standard for measuring, carpenter's square, rule, ruler. Conformity
norm* dis itg Rule. Rule Standard of conformity.
normod* abs dat ac To standardize, normalize. Normality
normos* abs ess sta Having a standard, having a norm, standardized.
qred* dis itg Degree. Degree
rek* pos rel Straight, regular, orderly, proper, hence authoritative, standard. Straightness

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