-abolv* rel abl pa To lose the ability to do the action described by the source base. [][-ab* + lv*]
-abor* v: rel gen act To give others the ability to perform the action indicated by the base. [Ability][-ab* + r*]
-abos* rel ess sta Having the ability to do the action described by the source base. [][-ab* + -os*]
absinþ* bio dis tg Artemisia absinthium, wormwood. [Artemisia][Greek apsinthion]
absinþodr* der tg Absinthe. [][absinþ* + -odr*]
-ac* (bio) (ess sta) dis tg Constructor for biological family names. [][Latin -āceus "of a certain kind"]
ac* tg Acid. [Acid][IE *ak- > *ak-ē- > Latin acēre]
acet* m tg Vinegar, acetic acid. [Sourness][IE *ak- > *ak-ēto-]
acontent* act m itg Antacid. [Matter][ac* + nt* + -ent*]
acor* gen act To emit acid. [Acid][ac* + r*]
acos* rel ess sta Having acid, acidic. [Acid][ac* + -os*]
acr* bio dis tg Genus Acer. Maple. [Acer][Latin acer]
(-)ad* all At, to. [Position & Location][IE *ad-]
adal* subj pos rel m itg Virtue. See Probity, Repute. [Virtue][Germanic adal]
adalibert* ess sta Albert, Elmer, Latin Albertum. [][adal* + bert*]
adalibertanj* spec loc dis tg Alberta. [Canada][adalibert* + -anj*]
adalir* n: masc ess sta dis tg Masculine short name for names beginning with or containing adal*. [][adal* + -ir*]
adaliß* n: fem ess sta dis tg Adela, Adele, Adelaide. [Names, Titles and Greetings][adal* + -iß*]
adalofuns* ess sta "Noble and ready", Alfonso, Alfonse. [Names, Titles and Greetings][adal* | funs*]
adalowin* ess sta "Noble friend," Æðelwine, Alvin. [][adal* | win*]
adam* n: ess sta dis tg Man, human being. Adam. Particularly in the sense of being a creature of God. [Person][Semitic ʔdm]
adel* neg rel sta Unknown, obscure. [Obscurity][Greek adēlos]
aden* dis tg Gland. [Gland][IE *engʷ-,*h1engʷ- > Greek adēn]
aderq* all ac To go to, go towards, approach. [Approach][ad* + -erq*]
adip* m tg Body fat. [Lipid][Latin adeps/adip-]