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-at* der m tg
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General constructor for a base denoting a solid substance that is derived from the object or substance described by the source base.
mod bot: The wood or other derived solid substance of the plant.
mod zoo: The flesh of that animal, particularly when used as food.
mod act: A substance that results from the performing of that action.

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Animal Modifiers

-ir* Male.
-iß* Female.
-et* Diminutive; young.
-ar* Collection, group.
-at* Derived substance (meat).
-ov* Egg or reproductive body.

Meats

karn* Flesh, meat.

[MEATS] rôti [F.], joint, pièce de résistance [F.], relevé [F.], hash, réchauffé [F.], stew, ragout, fricassee, mince, chow mein, chop suey [U. S.], salmis, fatling, barbecue, kickshaws, mincemeat, forcemeat, meat balls, croquettes, goulash or Hungarian goulash; condiment [See Condiment]; haggis [Scot.], bubble and squeak, pilau or pilaw [India], curry, aspic jelly; turtle, terrapin, diamond-back terrapin.

Beef

bov* Cow -> bovat* Beef.

Porterhouse steak, boiled beef, bouilli, beef à la mode, beefsteak, roast beef, rosbif [F.], bifteck [F.], sirloin, rump, chuck.

Veal

VEAL, veau [F.], fricandeau, calf’s head, tête de veau [F.], tongue, langue [F.], fried brains, cervelle frite [F.], sweetbread, ris de veau [F.], calf’s liver, foie de veau [F.].

Mutton

ew* Sheep -> ewat* Mutton.

Mutton chop, côtelette de mouton [F.], plain chop, côtelette au naturel [F.], côtelette à la maître d’hôtel [F.], [F.], côtellette à la jardinière [F.], broiled kidneys, rognons à la brochette [F.], lamb, agneau [F.], saddle, selle [F.].

Pork

su* Pig -> suat* Pork.

PORK, porc [F.], pork chop, côtelette de porc frais [F.], sausage, saucisson [F.], Frankforter, hot dog [slang, U. S.], bacon, ham, jambon [F.], sucking pig, cochon de lait [F.], pig’s knuckles, pig’s feet, trotters, pieds de cochon [F.], crackling.

Poultry

POULTRY, volaille [F.], capon, chapon [F.], poularde [F.], pigeon, fowl, broiler, chicken, poulet [F.], duck, canard [F.], muscovy duck, roast duck, canard rôti [F.], goose, oie [F.], turkey, dinde (masc. dindon) [F.], wing, aile [F.], leg, cuisse [F.], breast, filet (of a goose) [F.], blanc (of a fowl) [F.], drumstick.

Game

GAME, venison, chevreuil [F.], hare, lièvre [F.], jugged hare, civet [F.], rabbit, lapin [F.], pheasant, faisan [F.], partridge, perdrix [F.], snipe, bécasse [F.], quail, caille [F.], wild duck, canard sauvage [F.], canvasback, teal, sarcelle [F.], grouse, ricebird [Southern U. S.], pigeon, squab.

Seafood

pisk* Fish -> piskat*

Usage Examples  

Derivatives  

Element Class(es) Gloss / Clarification Taxonomy
aljat* der m tg Garlic powder. Seasoning
amonumat* tg Amine. Matter
anisoat* m tg Anise. The seasoning derived from aniseed.
bombykat* der m tg Bombazine.
bovat* der tg Beef. Flesh
ewat* der tg Sheep flesh, mutton. Flesh
fersat* der tg Rust.
fyat* der m tg Plant products.
hartat* der tg Deer meat, venison. Flesh
kedrat* m tg Cedarwood.
kokwat* der tg Substance derived from another substance by cooking.
malvat* der tg Malachite. Cu2CO3(OH)2.
narangat* der tg Orange pulp.
papavat* der m tg Opium. Opium
pawat* der m tg Guacamole.
parbat* der tg Pine wood. Organic Solids
piprat* der tg Pepper derivative. Solid.
piskat* der m tg Fish meat. Flesh
radumat* der chem m tg Radon. Chemical Elements
salmat* tg Salmon flesh. Flesh
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