Permanence, obstinancy or coherence despite pressure or trauma.

Groups
Positive State
Primary Base ten*

Child Elements  

ten* pos rel ess sta m itg Tenacity, steadfastness.
tenod* rel dat ac To give tenacity (to), remove brittleness (from), stabilize.
tenos* ess To hold fast, maintain, continue.

Links  

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Descendants  

Cross-Reference

fri* Brittleness Inability to hold fast when subjected to pressure or trauma. Lack of tenacity.

Siblings

fri* Brittleness Inability to hold fast when subjected to pressure or trauma. Lack of tenacity.
kret* Chalk
dens* Density
elast* Elasticity Capacity of recoil.
frik* Friction
skler* Hardness Resistance to external influences.
rig* Inelasticity Want or absence of elasticity.
pulv* Pulverulence State of being in particle form.
rar* Rarity
mol* Softness Irresistance to external influences.
* Structure Relationship or organizational quality of the component parts of a solid.
ten* Tenacity Permanence, obstinancy or coherence despite pressure or trauma.
* Texture Visual and tactile quality of a surface.

Notes

Claw

Claw Unguous instrument of retention. Talon, pincers, nippers, vise.