Groups
Primary Base j*

Child Elements  

awstroj* act m itg Movement to the east.
deserq* ac To diverge from.
helikej* act m itg Motion in a spiral.
j* const (all) act m itg Motion in a particular direction or to(wards) a particular location or thing.
neroj* all act m itg Motion to(wards) the north.
swenoj* act m itg Motion to the south.
swenort* To turn to the south.
wesperoj* all act m itg Motion to(wards) the west.
wesperort* act To turn to the west.

Links  

Name/Link ΒΆ Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

kwat* Agitation Irregular motion.
aderq* Approach Motion towards. Decrease of distance from.
eperq* Arrival Terminal motion at.
anaj* Ascent Motion upwards.
lac* Attraction Motion towards, actively.
* Circuition Curvilinear motion.
kirkerq* Circumnavigation Motion of an agent around a patient.
koserq* Convergence Motion of an agent towards a patient.
kontrij* Countermotion Motion against or opposing another motion.
aperq* Departure Initial motion from.
* Depression Transference downward.
kataj* Descent Motion downwards.
eperqanj* Destination Intended location of arrival.
* Deviation Motion away from a set direction.
vj* Direction
* Divergence Motion further off from.
ekserq* Egress Intransitive motion out of.
* Ejection Transference of the agent out of the patient.
tol* Elevation Transference upward.
* Encounter Motion of multiple entities towards each other.
* Evolution Motion in a reverse circle.
* Extraction Forcible egress.
inerq* Ingress Intransitive motion into.
* Initial Motion
* Insertion Forcible ingress.
salt* Leap Great ascent.
und* Oscillation Reciprocating motion, motion to and fro.
perj* Passage Motion through.
kad* Plunge Forceful insertion of an object into another object or a substance. (Not necessarily downward.)
prj* Precession Motion of an agent before or in front of a patient.
porj* Progression Motion forward.
jak* Propulsion Forward motion of a patient induced by an agent.
* Reception Transitive motion into.
* Recession Motion from.
terqej* Regression Motion backwards.
* Repulsion Motion from, actively; force driving apart.
* Return (Motion) Motion back to a prior location.
gyr* Rotation Motion in a continued circle.
sekw* Sequence Motion of an agent after, behind or following a patient.
* Shortcoming Motion short of.
* Terminal Motion
* Traction Motion given to an object situated behind.
* Transcursion Motion beyond.

Cross-Reference

Siblings

ber* Carriage Transitive motion of one entity on another entity.
sapar* Excursion Discreate motion with purpose.
trewd* Impulse (Motion) Motion conjoined with force.
miqr* Migration Motion with intent to change one's residence.
j* Motion with reference to Direction
nawmot* Navigation Locomotion by water or air.
motaq* Organs & Instruments of Motion
* Procession Organized and coordination motion by multiple vehicles.
motew* Quiescence Lack of motion.
syl* Recoil Motion conjoined with counteraction.
rajd* Riding Motion via an instrument of motion.
walk* Roving Motion from location to location without plan or purpose.
awtimot* Self-Motion Intransitive motion; reflexive motion; motion on one's own accord.
verg* Station Origin, destination or waypoint of motion.
veh* Transference Motion of a patient by an agent from an origin to a destination.
veh* Transportation Intentional transference
motor* Traveler
celer* Velocity Degree of motion over time.
waq* Wiggle Motion back and forth.

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