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mo+
rel>sup
nbsp; IE *-mo-

Superlative constructor.
This prefix does not mean "most", "best" or "greatest." Use the appropriate element to denote this case, especially for absolute-class elements.

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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 … .

Usage Examples  

  • [[li class="list-group-item"]]ΒΆ Hipris wesnos monearistit. Their merchandise is of the lowest quality.[[/li]]

Derivatives  

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
moalt* pos sup sta Highest (among).
mobon* pos sup Best (among). Good
mobrev* neg sup Shortest (among).
mobros* sup ess sta Heaviest (among).
mofortos* sup ess sta Strongest (among).
molex* neg sup Lowest (among).
molonqos* sup pos ess sta Longest (among).
momal* neg sup sta Worst (among). Badness
momeq* pos sup Greatest (among).
moneranj* loc dis tg North pole. Geographic Taxonomy
monerezer* spec loc dis tg Arctic Ocean. Geographic Taxonomy
mopaw+ neg sup Least … (among). Applies to relative-class elements that do not already have positive-class or negative-class assignments.
moswenanj* loc dis tg South pole. Geographic Taxonomy
movak* sup neg Emptiest (among).

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