Object of compulsion.

Groups
Primary Base dowl*

Child Elements  

dam* subj pos rel Tame, broken in, domesticated.
damif* pos rel cau tr To tame.
damift* rel cau pa To become tame (by/from), be tamed (by/from).
dowl* ag Servant, assistant, employee.
famul* act m itg Servitude to a household.

Links  

Name/Link Type Source/Type Consumption Date

Descendants  

dowlar* Retinue Collection of servants.

Cross-Reference

Siblings

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.

Notes

Dependent

Satellite; parasite.
Protégé [F.], ward, hireling, mercenary, puppet, man of straw, creature; serf, vassal, slave, helot; bondsman, bondswoman; bondslave; âme damnée [F.], odalisque or odalisk, ryot, adscriptus glebœ [L.], villein or villain [hist.], churl or ceorl [hist.]; beadsman or bedesman; pensioner, pensionary; client.

Employee

Employee Compensated servant.

Servant synonyms

Retainer, follower, henchman, servitor, domestic, menial, help [local, U. S.], employee or employé; attaché [F.], official.
Maid, maidservant; confidant (fem. confidanté), confident (fem. confidente) [F.]; lady’s maid, abigail, soubrette; amah [Oriental], biddy [colloq.], bonne [F.], ayah [India]; nurse-, nursery-, house-, parlor-, waiting-, chamber-, kitchen-, scullery- maid;
(of preparing food) cook, scullion, Cinderella; pot-walloper;
Slavey [slang, Eng.], general servant [Brit.], general housework maid [U. S.], general [colloq.]; washerwoman, laundress, bedmaker; charwoman (worker) [See Agent].