Action of the will of one mind or party over the will of another.

Primary Base krat*

Child Elements  

-ald* act To exert authority over something, rule (over) something, command.
krat* act m itg Authority, rule, government.
kratend* abs dat pa To receive authority (from).
kratod* abs dat ag To grant authority (to).
kratolv* abl pa To lose or relinquish authority.
kratoq* act dis tg Executive of authority.
kratos* abs ess sta Having authority.
malk* fig "King."
monark* abs act m itg Monarchy; rule exclusively by a single individual.
navald* ag Captain of a ship.
oklark* act m itg Mob rule, ochlocracy.
oklikrattr* loc Mob rule, ochlocracy.
swark* act m itg Self-rule, self-governance.


Name/Link ΒΆ Type Source/Type Consumption Date



kratemp* Abrogation Abolition or annulment of authority.
tyran* Arbitrary Power
krat* Authority Action of the will of one mind or party over the will of another.
* Command Wielding of authority.
legofur* Commission Vicarious authority.
pel* Compulsion Forceful application of authority.
* Consignee Person appointed to administer the affairs of a person, company, or institution.
leg* Deputy Agent of vicarious authority.
liber* Freedom
kratew* Laxity Absence of authority.
awsterew* Lenity Lack of severity.
kratemp* Liberation Ablation of authority.
* Master Agent of authority or compulsion.
let* Obedience Submission to authority.
kratolv* Resignation Voluntary relinquish of authority.
katen* Restraint Willful denial of freedom.
dowl* Servant Object of compulsion.
awster* Severity Degree of authority.
* Subjection Dative of compulsion.


-ark versus krat*

English uses the elements -crat, -cratic and -cracy to form words pertaining to forms of government. Their Hilinqwo equivalents should use -ark* instead of krat*. The latter element stands alone, and the rules of combining bases applies to it.

Consider monark* "rule of/by an individual" versus monikrat* "single/isolated rule".


krat* Action base.

kratoq* Executive of authority: Governor, ruler, king.

kratod* Dative agent: To grant authority (to).
kratend* Dative patient To receive authority (from).

kratew* Abessive of having.
kratemp* Ablative agent: To take authority (from).
kratolv* Ablative patient: To lose authority (to, by).

krattr* Jurisdiction (domain of authority).

Indicators of Authority

kratajat* General base.

Certificate (paper).
Crest, shield, badge.
koron* Crown, tiara.
fask* Fasces.
Flag, banner.
Mantle, robe, toga.
* Scepter, rod, wand, staff, baton.
Seal, signet.
amulet* Talisman.
Throne (seat).


Deposition Deprivation of authority. Dethronement, impeachment.

Direction (Voluntary Action)

Management; government, conduct, legislation, regulation, guidance; legislature; steerage, pilotage; reins, - of government; helm, rudder, needle, compass; guiding star, lodestar or loadstar, polestar; cynosure.
Supervision, superintendence; surveillance, oversight; command (authority).
Premiership, senatorship; chair, portfolio.
Statesmanship; statecraft, kingcraft, queencraft.
Ministry, ministration; administration; stewardship, proctorship; agency.