Moderate positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.

Groups
Primary Base fred*

Child Elements  

amæt* dis itg A friendship, a relationship, a bond between two people, courtship.
amt* pa Loved, beloved.
amur* rel act m itg Friendship, love, affection.
erasm* pa "Beloved," Erasmus, Elmo.
fred* pos act m itg Friendship, peace, cooperation.
fredir* masc Masculine short name for names containing the element fred*.
frediß* fem Frigg, Freya.
fredod* dat tr To befriend.
fredor* gen act "To emit friendship," be friendly, be a friend.

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Siblings

caeleb* Celibacy Abstinence from marriage.
kunth* Courtesy Positive sociality.
rud* Discourtesy Negative sociality.
* Divorce Forecful end to or dissolution of marriage. Social disjunction.
* Endearment Expression of friendship or love.
odj* Enmity Moderate negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Favorite
fred* Friendship Moderate positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
mis* Hate Strong negative sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
* Irascibility
* Love Positive sociality characterized by degrees of commitment, intimacy and passion.
qam* Marriage Social junction.
* Outrage Expression of enmity, hate, or resentment.
ir* Resentment
socew* Seclusion Lack of sociality.
soc* Sociality
* Sullenness
* Welcome Extension of sociality.
vidw* Widowhood End of one's marriage due to death of partner. Incidental or accidental social disjunction.

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Correlatives of Sociality

Concept Positive Negative
General kunþ* Courtesy rud* Discourtesy
Moderate Specific fred* Friendship odj* Enmity
Strong Specific * Love mis* Hate