Indication of the past.

Primary Base kord*

Child Elements  


Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date



Certificate Indication of record. Warrant, credential, diploma, voucher, certificate, docket; testamur [L.]; record [See Record]; muniments; document; pièce justificative [F.]; deed, warranty (security) [See Security]; exhibit; citation, reference, quotation; admission (assent) [See Assent].


Medal Record of individual achievement.


kord* Record
kordoq* Executive To use/wield records.
kordor* Generative To produce records. See Recorder below.
kordos* Essive of having.
kordod* Dative agent To give record (to), record.
kordend* Dative patient To be recorded (by).
kordew* Abessive. Lack or absence of record.
kordemp* Ablative agent To take record (from).
kordolv* Ablative patient To lose record (to/by).
kordaq* Means Register, registry; gramophone, phonograph [See Hearing]; seismograph, seismometer; speedometer, pedometer, patent log [naut.]; ticker, tape; time clock; anemometer (measurement) [See Measurement]; turnstile; cash register; votograph.
kordajat* Indication
kordtr* Domain/Scope

Trace, vestige, relic, remains; scar, cicatrix; footstep, footmark, footprint; pug; track mark, wake, trail, scent, piste.
Memento (memory) [more]; testimonial, medal; commemoration (celebration) [more].
Record, note, minute.
Notebook, memorandum book, pocketbook, commonplace book; portfolio; pigeonholes, excerpta, adversaria, jottings, dottings.
Gazette, gazetteer; newspaper, daily, magazine; almanac, almanack; calendar, ephemeris, diary, log, journal, daybook, ledger; cashbook, petty cashbook.
Archive (repository of record): Chronicle, annals, legend; history, biography [more].

Entry (instance of record)

Memorandum, indorsement, inscription, copy, duplicate, docket; notch (mark) [more]; muniment, deed (security) [more]; document; deposition, proces verbal; affidavit; certificate (evidence) [more].

Registration (generation of record)

Registry; enrollment, inrollment; tabulation; entry, booking; signature (identification) [more]; journalism.

Recorder (generative/executive of record)

Notary, clerk; registrar, registrary, register; prothonotary; amanuensis, secretary, scribe, babu, remembrancer, bookkeeper, custos rotulorum, Master of the Rolls.
Annalist; historian, historiographer; chronicler, journalist; biographer (narrator) [more]; antiquary (antiquity) [more]; memorialist; interviewer.