Abbr. Name Definition Status Taxonomy
abe Abessive Group Denotes lack or absence of something. ACTIVE Functional Supergroup
abl Ablative Group Indicates loss or removal of a thing or state from a patient. ACTIVE Functional Supergroup
abs Absolute Group Denotes concepts that are intrinsic, for which comparison is invalid, impossible or meaningless. ACTIVE Comparison Supergroup
ab Abstract Group Does not have a specific meaning until it is put into a context. ACTIVE Semantic Supergroup
acc Accusative Group Denotes a case whose distinctive function is to indicate the direct object of a verb or the object of certain prepositions. POTENTIAL Semantic Supergroup
act Action Group Indicates an action not covered by another functional group. ACTIVE Functional Supergroup
ac Active Voice Group Denotes that the subject is the agent of the action on the direct object. DEPRECATED Vocal Supergroup
ade Adessive Group Denotes a place where or near where an action takes place. POTENTIAL
a Adjective-Pattern Group ACTIVE
aff Affirmative Group Words that specifically have positive connotations. ACTIVE Qualitative Supergroup
ag Agent Group Indicates that the subject of the statement is the person or thing performing the indicated action. ACTIVE Agency Supergroup
agg Aggregate Group Denotes a sum, mass, or assemblage of particulars into a whole mass or sum. ACTIVE Quantitative Supergroup
all Allative Group Denotes action, motion or application towards something else. ACTIVE Directional Supergroup
am Amative Group Denotes a positive emotive mood. POTENTIAL Modal Supergroup
assoc Associative Group Denotes that the subject of the sentence is represented as performing the action expressed by the verb. POTENTIAL Semantic Supergroup
att Attenuative Group Weaker, less forceful, or less concentrated action relative to modified concept. ACTIVE Aspect Supergroup
aux Auxiliary Group Object or subject that is not the agent of the indicated action. ACTIVE Semantic Supergroup
bin Binary Group Represents two subjects. POTENTIAL Quantitative Supergroup
bio Biological Group Represents a specific classification within the biological taxonomy. ACTIVE Taxonomic Supergroup
2v Bivalent Group Elements that take two arguments. ACTIVE Valency Supergroup
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