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Hilinqwo Elements

Element Class(es) Etymology Gloss/Clarification Taxonomy
abak* abs ess sta m tg Semitic ʔbq > Greek abax, abak- Chaff, dust. Unimportant essive of littleness. Chaff
absinþ* bio dis tg Greek apsinthion Artemisia absinthium, wormwood. Artemisia
adel* neg rel sta Greek adēlos Unknown, obscure. Obscurity
aden* dis tg IE *engʷ-,*h1engʷ- > Greek adēn Gland. Gland
æk* ac Greek aikia To torture, punish. Torture
ækm* abs dis tg IE *ak- or *h2eyk'- > Greek aikhmē The head of a spear. Sharpness
æn* dis itg Greek ainos Riddle, puzzle, enigma. Enigma
æol* ess sta Greek Æolus, Eolus. Ruler of the winds. Wind
æp* ess sta Greek aipos High, lofty, steep, utter.
æq* rel act m itg Greek aig- Direction. Direction (Voluntary Action)
ær* m tg IE *wer- > *āwer- > Greek āēr Gas, air. Air
-ær* tg > der tg IE *wer- > *āwer- > Greek āēr Constructor for a base denoting a gas that is derived from the object or substance described by the source base. Gaseity
ært* dis tg IE *wer- > *awer- > Greek āeirein, artēriā Vein. Hollow filament. Vein
æþ* (chem) m tg Greek aithēr 1. Ether. A compound containing an oxygen atom bonded to two hydrocarbon groups.
2. Alcohol (C2H5OH).
Inorganic Matter
-ætj* dis tg IE *h₂eiti- > Greek *αἶτος, Cause of, party responsible for.
-afr* m tg Greek ἀφρός (aphrós) Foam.
akanþ* ess sta dis tg Ancient Greek ἄκανθα (akantha) Barb, thorn. Barb
akat* tg Greek akhātēs Agate. Inorganic Matter
akil* ess sta Greek Αχιλλευς (Achilleus) Achilles. Names, Titles and Greetings
akism* act m itg Greek akkismos Feigned disinterest in something while actually desiring it. Agent of Desire
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