Louw-Nida Lexicon

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1 Geographical Objects and Features

A Universe, Creation (1.1-1.4)

B Regions Above the Earth (1.5-1.16)

C Regions Below the Surface of the Earth (1.17-1.25)

D Heavenly Bodies (1.26-1.33)

E Atmospheric Objects (1.34-1.38)

F The Earth's Surface (1.39-1.45)

G Elevated Land Formations (1.46-1.50)

H Depressions and Holes (1.51-1.59)

I Land in Contrast With the Sea (1.60-1.68)

J Bodies of Water (1.69-1.78)

K Sociopolitical Areas (1.79-1.81)

L Governmental Administrative Areas (1.82-1.85)

M Areas Which Are Uninhabited or Only Sparsely Populated (1.86-1.87)

N Population Centers (1.88-1.94)

O Pastures and Cultivated Lands (1.95-1.98)

P Thoroughfares: Roads, Streets, Paths, etc. (1.99-1.105)

2 Natural Substances

A Elements (2.1)

B Air (2.2)

C Fire (2.3-2.6)

D Water (2.7-2.13)

E Earth, Mud, Sand, Rock (2.14-2.28)

F Precious and Semiprecious Stones and Substances (2.29-2.48)

G Metals (2.49-2.62)

3 Plants

A Plants [General Meaning] (3.1)

B Trees (3.2-3.12)

C Plants That Are Not Trees (3.13-3.32)

D Fruit Parts of Plants (3.33-3.46)

E Non-Fruit Parts of Plants (3.47-3.59)

F Wood and Wood Products (3.60-3.67)

4 Animals

A Animals (4.1-4.37)

B Birds (4.38-4.46)

C Insects (4.47-4.50)

D Reptiles and Other 'Creeping Things' (4.51-4.57)

E Fishes and Other Sea Creatures (4.58-4.61)

5 Foods and Condiments

A Food (5.1-5.22)

B Condiments (5.23-5.28)

6 Artifacts

A Artifacts [General Meaning] (6.1-6.3)

B Instruments Used in Agriculture and Husbandry (6.4-6.9)

C Instruments Used in Fishing (6.10-6.13)

D Instruments Used in Binding and Fastening (6.14-6.22)

E Traps, Snares (6.23-6.25)

F Instruments Used in Punishment and Execution (6.26-6.28)

G Weapons and Armor (6.29-6.40)

H Boats and Parts of Boats (6.41-6.51)

I Vehicles (6.52-6.53)

J Instruments Used in Marking and Writing (6.54-6.67)

K Money and Monetary Units (6.68-6.82)

L Musical Instruments (6.83-6.95)

M Images and Idols (6.96-6.101)

N Lights and Light Holders (6.102-6.105)

O Furniture (6.106-6.117)

P Containers (6.118-6.15)

Q Cloth, Leather, and Objects Made of Such Materials (6.152-6.187)

R Adornments (6.188-6.196)

S Plant Products (6.197-6.202)

T Medicines (6.203-6.204)

U Perfumes and Incense (6.205-6.212)

V Instruments for Measuring (6.213-6.214)

W Miscellaneous (6.215-6.225)

7 Constructions

A Constructions [General Meaning] (7.1)

B Buildings (7.2-7.25)

C Parts and Areas of Buildings (7.26-7.53)

D Open Constructions (7.54-7.56)

E Constructions for Holding Water (7.57-7.58)

F Walls and Fences (7.59-7.62)

G Miscellaneous Constructions (7.63-7.76)

H Building Materials (7.77-7.79)

8 Body, Body Parts, and Body Products

A Body (8.1-8.8)

B Parts of the Body (8.9-8.69)

C Physiological Products of the Body (8.70-8.77)

9 People

A Human Beings (9.1-9.23)

B Males (9.24-9.33)

C Females (9.34-9.40)

D Children (9.41-9.45)

E Persons For Whom There Is Affectionate Concern (9.46-9.48)

10 Kinship Terms

A Groups and Members of Groups of Persons Regarded as Related by Blood but without Special Reference to Successive Generations (10.1-10.13)

B Kinship Relations Involving Successive Generations (10.14-10.48)

C Kinship Relations of the Same Generation (10.49-10.52)

D Kinship Relations Based upon Marriage (10.53-10.61)

11 Groups and Classes of Persons and Members of Such Groups and Classes

A General (11.1-11.11)

B Socio-Religious (11.12-11.54)

C Socio-Political (11.55-11.89)

D Ethnic-Cultural (11.90-11.95)

E Philosophical (11.96-11.97)

12 Supernatural Beings and Powers

A Supernatural Beings (12.1-12.42)

B Supernatural Powers (12.43-12.50)

13 Be, Become, Exist, Happen

A State (13.1-13.47)

B Change of State (13.48-13.68)

C Exist (13.69-13.103)

D Happen (13.104-13.163)

14 Physical Events and States

A Weather (14.1-14.3)

B Wind (14.4-14.9)

C Rain (14.10-14.14)

D Thunder and Lightning (14.15-14.16)

E Events Involving Liquids and Dry Masses (14.17-14.35)

F Light (14.36-14.52)

G Darkness (14.53-14.62)

H Burning (14.63-14.73)

I Sound (14.74-14.86)

J Movement of the Earth (14.87)

15 Linear Movement

A Move, Come/Go (15.1-15.17)

B Travel, Journey (15.18-15.26)

C Pass, Cross Over, Go Through, Go Around (15.27-15.33)

D Leave, Depart, Flee, Escape, Send (15.34-15.74)

E Come Near, Approach (15.75-15.80)

F Come, Come To, Arrive (15.81-15.87)

G Return (15.88-15.92)

H Come/Go Into (15.93-15.96)

I Come/Go Onto (15.97-15.100)

J Come/Go Up, Ascend (15.101-15.106)

K Come/Go Down, Descend (15.107-15.117)

L Fall (15.118-15.122)

M Gather, Cause To Come Together (15.123-15.134)

N Disperse, Scatter (15.135-15.140)

O Come/Go Prior To (15.141-15.142)

P Come/Go In Front Of (15.143)

Q Come/Go Behind (15.144-15.145)

R Go Around, Surround (15.146-15.147)

S Come/Go With, Travel With (15.148-15.155)

T Follow, Accompany (15.156-15.157)

U Pursue, Follow (15.158-15.159)

V Drive Along, Carry Along (15.160-15.164)

W Lead, Bring, Take (15.165-15.186)

X Carry, Bear (15.187-15.211)

Y Pull, Draw, Drag (15.212-15.214)

Z Throw, Hurl (15.215-15.221)

A' Movement with Speed (15.222)

B' Goal-Oriented Movement (15.223)

C' Walk, Step (15.224-15.229)

D' Run (15.230-15.237)

E' Jump, Leap (15.238-15.243)

F' Dance (15.244)

G' Fly (15.245)

H' Swim (15.246-15.247)

I' Roll (15.248-15.249)

16 Non-Linear Movement

17 Stances and Events Related to Stances

A Stand (17.1-17.11)

B Sit (17.12-17.18)

C Kneel (17.19)

D Prostrate (17.20)

E Prostrate as an Act of Reverence or Supplication (17.21-17.22)

F Recline [to eat] (17.23-17.25)

G Lie (17.26-17.28)

H Bend Over, Straighten Up (17.29-17.33)

18 Attachment

A Grasp, Hold (18.1-18.11)

B Fasten, Stick To (18.12-18.23)

19 Physical Impact

A Hit, Strike (19.1-19.13)

B Pierce, Cut (19.14-19.26)

C Split, Tear (19.27-19.33)

D Break, Break Through (19.34-19.42)

E Press (19.43-19.54)

F Dig (19.55)

20 Violence, Harm, Destroy, Kill

A Violence (20.1-20.11)

B Harm, Wound (20.12-20.30)

C Destroy (20.31-20.60)

D Kill (20.61-20.88)

21 Danger, Risk, Safe, Save

A Danger (21.1-21.5)

B Expose Oneself to Danger (21.6-21.8)

C Safe, Free from Danger (21.9-21.13)

D Become Safe, Free from Danger (21.14-21.16)

E Cause To Be Safe, Free from Danger (21.17-21.24)

F Save in a Religious Sense (21.25-21.32)

22 Trouble, Hardship, Relief, Favorable Circumstances

A Trouble, Hardship, Distress (22.1-22.14)

B Experience Trouble, Hardship (22.15-22.20)

C Cause Trouble, Hardship (22.21-22.28)

D Difficult, Hard (22.29-22.34)

E Relief from Trouble (22.35-22.37)

F Easy, Light (22.38-22.41)

G Favorable Circumstances or State (22.42-22.47)

23 Physiological Processes and States

A Eat, Drink (23.1-23.39)

B Processes Involving the Mouth, Other Than Eating and Drinking (23.40-23.45)

C Birth, Procreation (23.46-23.60)

D Sexual Relations (23.61-23.65)

E Sleep, Waking (23.66-23.77)

F Tire, Rest (23.78-23.87)

G Live, Die (23.88-23.128)

H Health, Vigor, Strength (23.129-23.141)

I Sickness, Disease, Weakness (23.142-23.184)

J Breathe, Breath (23.185-23.187)

K Grow, Growth (23.188-23.196)

L Ripen, Produce Fruit, Bear Seed (23.197-23.204)

M Rot, Decay (23.205)

24 Sensory Events and States

A See (24.1-24.51)

B Hear (24.52-24.70)

C Smell (24.71)

D Taste (24.72)

E Touch, Feel (24.73-24.76)

F Pain, Suffering (24.77-24.94)

G General Sensory Perception (24.95)

25 Attitudes and Emotions

A Desire, Want, Wish (25.1-25.11)

B Desire Strongly (25.12-25.32)

C Love, Affection, Compassion (25.33-25.58)

D Hope, Look Forward To (25.59-25.64)

E Be Willing (25.65-25.67)

F Be Eager, Be Earnest, In a Devoted Manner (25.68-25.79)

G Content, Satisfied (25.80-25.84)

H Acceptable To, To Be Pleased With (25.85-25.98)

I Thankful, Grateful (25.99-25.101)

J Enjoy, Take Pleasure In, Be Fond of Doing (25.102-25.115)

K Happy, Glad, Joyful (25.116-25.134)

L Laugh, Cry, Groan (25.135-25.145)

M Encouragement, Consolation (25.146-25.155)

N Courage, Boldness (25.156-25.166)

O Patience, Endurance, Perseverance (25.167-25.178)

P Offend, Be Offended (25.179-25.185)

Q Abhor (25.186-25.188)

R Shame, Disgrace, Humiliation (25.189-25.202)

S Pride [legitimate] (25.203-25.205)

T Surprise, Astonish (25.206-25.222)

U Worry, Anxiety, Distress, Peace (25.223-25.250)

V Fear, Terror, Alarm (25.251-25.269)

W Sorrow, Regret (25.270-25.287)

X Discouragement (25.288-25.296)

26 Psychological Faculties

27 Learn

A Learn (27.1-27.26)

B Learn the Location of Something (27.27-27.29)

C Learn Something Against Someone (27.30-27.33)

D Try To Learn (27.34-27.47)

E Be Willing To Learn (27.48-27.54)

F Be Ready To Learn, Pay Attention (27.55-27.60)

G Recognize (27.61-27.62)

28 Know

A Know (28.1-28.16)

B Known [the content of knowledge] (28.17-28.27)

C Well Known, Clearly Shown, Revealed (28.28-28.56)

D Able To Be Known (28.57-28.67)

E Not Able To Be Known, Secret (28.68-28.83)

29 Memory and Recall

A Storing of Information (29.1-29.5)

B Recalling from Memory (29.6-29.12)

C Not Remembering, Forgetting (29.13-29.15)

D Recalling and Responding with Appropriate Action (29.16-29.18)

30 Think

A To Think, Thought (30.1-30.38)

B To Think About, with the Implied Purpose of Responding Appropriately (30.39-30.52)

C To Think Concerning Future Contingencies (30.53-30.55)

D To Intend, To Purpose, To Plan (30.56-30.74)

E To Decide, To Conclude (30.75-30.85)

F To Choose, To Select, To Prefer (30.86-30.107)

G To Distinguish, To Evaluate, To Judge (30.108-30.122),

31 Hold a View, Believe, Trust

A Have an Opinion, Hold a View (31.1-31.7)

B Hold a Wrong View, Be Mistaken (31.8-31.13)

C Agree, Consent (31.14-31.25)

D Acknowledge (31.26-31.28)

E Suppose, Think Possible (31.29-31.34)

F Believe To Be True (31.35-31.49)

G Accept As True (31.50-31.57)

H Change an Opinion Concerning Truth (31.58-31.81)

I Trust, Rely (31.82-31.101)

J Be a Believer, Christian Faith (31.102-31.107)

32 Understand

A Understand (32.1-32.10)

B Come To Understand (32.11-32.18)

C Ease or Difficulty in Understanding (32.19-32.23)

D Capacity for Understanding (32.24-32.41)

E Lack of Capacity for Understanding (32.42-32.61)

33 Communication

A Language (33.1-33.8)

B Word, Passage (33.9-33.10)

C Discourse Types (33.11-33.25)

D Language Levels (33.26-33.34)

E Written Language (33.35-33.68)

F Speak, Talk (33.69-33.108)

G Sing, Lament (33.109-33.116)

H Keep Silent (33.117-33.125)

I Name (33.126-33.133)

J Interpret, Mean, Explain (33.134-33.155)

K Converse, Discuss (33.156-33.160)

L Ask For, Request (33.161-33.177)

M Pray (33.178-33.179)

N Question, Answer (33.180-33.188)

O Inform, Announce (33.189-33.217)

P Assert, Declare (33.218-33.223)

Q Teach (33.224-33.250)

R Speak Truth, Speak Falsehood (33.251-33.255)

S Preach, Proclaim (33.256-33.261)

T Witness, Testify (33.262-33.273)

U Profess Allegiance (33.274)

V Admit, Confess, Deny (33.275-33.277)

W Agree (33.278-33.280)

X Foretell, Tell Fortunes (33.281-33.285)

Y Promise (33.286-33.290)

Z Threaten (633.291-33.293)

A' Advise (33.294-33.298)

B' Urge, Persuade (33.299-33.306)

C' Call (33.307-33.314)

D' Invite (33.315-33.318)

E' Insist (33.319-33.322)

F' Command, Order (33.323-33.332)

G' Law, Regulation, Ordinance (33.333-33.342)

H' Recommend, Propose (33.343-33.346)

I' Intercede (33.347-33.348)

J' Thanks (33.349-33.353)

K' Praise (33.354-33.364)

L' Flatter (33.365-33.367)

M' Boast (33.368-33.373)

N' Foolish Talk (33.374-33.381)

O' Complain (33.382-33.386)

P' Insult, Slander (33.387-33.403)

Q' Gossip (33.404-33.405)

R' Mock, Ridicule (33.406-33.411)

S' Criticize (33.412-33.416)

T' Rebuke (33.417-33.422)

U' Warn (33.423-33.425)

V' Accuse, Blame (33.426-33.434)

W' Defend, Excuse (33.435-33.438)

X' Dispute, Debate (33.439-33.445)

Y' Argue, Quarrel (33.446-33.454)

Z' Oppose, Contradict (33.455-33.458)

34 Association

A Associate (34.1-34.21)

B Join, Begin To Associate (34.22-34.30)

C Belong To, Be Included in the Membership of, Be Excluded From (34.31-34.39)

D Limit or Avoid Association (34.40-34.41)

E Establish or Confirm a Relation (34.42-34.49)

F Visit (34.50-34.52)

G Welcome, Receive (34.53-34.56)

H Show Hospitality (34.57-34.61)

I Kiss, Embrace (34.62-34.65)

J Marriage, Divorce (34.66-34.78)

35 Help, Care For

A Help (35.1-35.18)

B Serve (35.19-35.30)

C Provide For, Support (35.31-35.35)

D Care For, Take Care Of (35.36-35.46)

E Entrust To the Care Of (35.47-35.50)

F Rear, Bring Up (35.51-35.52)

G Adopt (35.53)

H Desert, Forsake (35.54-35.56)

36 Guide, Discipline, Follow

A Guide, Lead (36.1-36.9)

B Discipline, Train (36.10-36.11)

C Obey, Disobey (36.12-36.30)

D Follow, Be a Disciple (36.31-36.43)

37 Control, Rule

A Control, Restrain (37.1-37.32)

B Compel, Force (37.33-37.34)

C Exercise Authority (37.35-37.47)

D Rule, Govern (37.48-37.95)

E Assign to a Role or Function (37.96-37.107)

F Seize, Take into Custody (37.108-37.110)

G Hand Over, Betray (37.111-37.113)

H Imprison (37.114-37.118)

I Guard, Watch Over (37.119-37.126)

J Release, Set Free (37.127-37.138)

38 Punish, Reward

A Punish (38.1-38.13)

B Reward, Recompense (38.14-38.20)

39 Hostility, Strife

A Opposition, Hostility (39.1-39.12)

B Division (39.13-39.17)

C Resistance (39.18-39.20)

D Yielding (39.21)

E Strife, Struggle (39.22-39.32)

F Revenge (39.33)

G Rebellion (39.34-39.41)

H Riot (39.42-39.44)

I Persecution (39.45-39.46)

J Attack (39.47-39.50)

K Ambush (39.51)

L Conquer (39.52-39.61)

40 Reconciliation, Forgiveness

A Reconciliation (40.1-40.7)

B Forgiveness (40.8-40.13)

41 Behavior and Related States

A Behavior, Conduct (41.1-41.24)

B Custom, Tradition (41.25-41.28)

C Particular Patterns of Behavior (41.29-41.43)

D Imitate Behavior (41.44-41.49)

E Change Behavior (41.50-41.54)

42 Perform, Do

A Function (42.1-42.6)

B Do, Perform (42.7-42.28)

C Make, Create (42.29-42.40)

D Work, Toil (42.41-42.50)

E Craft, Trade (42.51-42.53)

43 Agriculture

44 Animal Husbandry, Fishing

45 Building, Constructing

46 Household Activities

47 Activities Involving Liquids or Masses

A Movement of Liquids or Masses (47.1-47.7)

B Use of Liquids (47.8-47.13)

C Application and Removal of Liquids or Masses (47.14-47.18)

48 Activities Involving Cloth

49 Activities Involving Clothing and Adorning

50 Contests and Play

51 Festivals

52 Funerals and Burial

53 Religious Activities

A Religious Practice (53.1-53.15)

B Offering, Sacrifice (53.16-53.27)

C Purify, Cleanse (53.28-53.32)

D Defile, Unclean, Common (53.33-53.40)

E Baptize (53.41-53.43)

F Dedicate, Consecrate (53.44-53.52)

G Worship, Reverence (53.53-53.64)

H Fasting (53.65)

I Roles and Functions (53.66-53.95)

J Magic (53.96-53.101)

K Exorcism (53.102-53.103)

L Sacrilege (53.104-53.105)

54 Maritime Activities

55 Military Activities

A To Arm (55.1)

B To Fight (55.2-55.6)

C Army (55.7-55.13)

D Soldiers, Officers (55.14-55.22)

E Prisoners of War (55.23-55.25)

56 Courts and Legal Procedures

A Court of Justice (56.1)

B Lawsuit, Case (56.2-56.3)

C Accusation (56.4-56.11)

D Judicial Hearing, Inquiry (56.12-56.19)

E Judge, Condemn, Acquit (56.20-56.34)

F Obtain Justice (56.35)

G Attorney, Lawyer (56.36-56.37)

H Lead Off to Punishment (56.38)

57 Possess, Transfer, Exchange

A Have, Possess, Property, Owner (57.1-57.21)

B Have Sufficient (57.22-57.24)

C Be Rich, Be Wealthy (57.25-57.35)

D Treasure (57.36)

E Need, Lack (57.37-57.48)

F Be Poor, Be Needy, Poverty (57.49-57.54)

G Take, Obtain, Gain, Lose (57.55-57.70)

H Give (57.71-57.124)

I Receive (57.125-57.141)

J Exchange (57.142-57.145)

K Spend, Waste (57.146-57.151)

L Pay, Price, Cost (57.152-57.171)

M Hire, Rent Out (57.172-57.177)

N Tax, Tribute (57.178-57.185)

O Sell, Buy, Price (57.186-57.188)

P Earn, Gain, Do Business (57.189-57.208)

Q Lend, Loan, Interest, Borrow, Bank (57.209-57.218)

R Owe, Debt, Cancel (57.219-57.223)

S Be a Financial Burden (57.224-57.225)

T Keep Records (57.226-57.231)

U Steal, Rob (57.232-57.248)

58 Nature, Class, Example

A Nature, Character (58.1-58.13)

B Appearance as an Outward Manifestation of Form (58.14-58.18)

C Basic Principles or Features Defining the Nature of Something (58.19-58.20)

D Class, Kind (58.21-58.30)

E Same or Equivalent Kind or Class (58.31-58.35)

F Different Kind or Class (58.36-58.46)

G Distinctive, Unique (58.47-58.53)

H Unusual, Different From the Ordinary (58.54-58.57)

I Pattern, Model, Example, and Corresponding Representation (58.58-58.62)

J Archetype, Corresponding Type [Antitype] (58.63-58.69)

K New, Old [primarily non-temporal] (58.70-58.75)

59 Quantity

A Many, Few [Countables] (59.1-59.10)

B Much, Little [Masses, Collectives, Extensions] (59.11-59.22)

C All, Any, Each, Every [Totality] (59.23-59.34)

D Full, Empty (59.35-59.43)

E Enough, Sufficient (59.44-59.47)

F Abundance, Excess, Sparing (59.48-59.61)

G Increase, Decrease (59.62-59.71)

H Add, Subtract (59.72-59.76)

60 Number

A Number, Countless (60.1-60.9)

B One, Two, Three, Etc. [Cardinals] (60.10-60.45)

C First, Second, Third, Etc. [Ordinals] (60.46-60.61)

D Half, Third, Fourth [Fractional Part] (60.62-60.66)

E Once, Twice, Three Times, Etc. [Cardinals of Time] (60.67-60.74)

F Double, Four Times As Much, Etc. [Multiples] (60.75-60.78)

G Pair, Group [Numbered Collectives] (60.79-60.80)

61 Sequence

62 Arrange, Organize

A Put Together, Arrange [of physical objects] (62.1-62.2)

B Organize [of events and states] (62.3-62.9)

63 Whole, Unite, Part, Divide

A Whole (63.1-63.4)

B Unite (63.5-63.8)

C Mix (63.9-63.12)

D Part (63.13-63.20)

E Remnant (63.21-63.22)

F Divide (63.23-63.27)

G Separate (63.28-63.31)

64 Comparison

65 Value

A Valuable, Lacking in Value (65.1-65.16)

B Worthy, Not Worthy (65.17-65.19)

C Good, Bad (65.20-65.29)

D Useful, Useless (65.30-65.39)

E Advantageous, Not Advantageous (65.40-65.51)

F Important, Unimportant (65.52-65.57)

66 Proper, Improper

67 Time

A A Point of Time without Reference to Other Points of Time: Time, Occasion, Ever, Often (67.1-67.16)

B A Point of Time with Reference to Other Points of Time: Before, Long Ago, Now, At the Same Time, When, About, After (67.17-67.64)

C A Point of Time with Reference to Duration of Time: Beginning, End (67.65-67.72)

D A Point of Time with Reference to Units of Time: Daybreak, Midday, Midnight, Late (67.73-67.77)

E Duration of Time without Reference to Points or Units of Time: Time, Spend Time, Always, Eternal, Old, Immediately, Young (67.78-67.117)

F Duration of Time with Reference to Some Point of Time: Until, Delay, Still, From (67.118-67.135)

G Duration of Time with Reference to Some Unit of Time: During, In, While, Throughout (67.136-67.141)

H Indefinite Units of Time: Age, Lifetime, Interval, Period (67.142-67.162)

I Definite Units of Time: Year, Month, Week, Day, Hour (67.163-67.200)

J Units of Time with Reference to Other Units or Points of Time: Yesterday, Today, Next Day (67.201-67.208)

68 Aspect

A Begin, Start (68.1-68.10)

B Continue (68.11-68.21)

C Complete, Finish, Succeed (68.22-68.33)

E Try, Attempt (68.58-68.62)

F Do Intensely or Extensively (68.63-68.78)

G Rapidity, Suddenness (68.79-68.82)

69 Affirmation, Negation

A Affirmation (69.1)

B Negation (69.2-69.6)

C Negation Combined with Clitics (69.7-69.10)

D Markers for an Affirmative Response to Questions (69.11-69.13)

E Markers for a Negative Response to Questions (69.14-69.16)

70 Real, Unreal

71 Mode

A Possible, Impossible (71.1-71.10)

B Probable, Improbable (71.11-71.13)

C Certain, Uncertain (71.14-71.20)

D Should, Ought (71.21-71.33)

E Necessary, Unnecessary (71.34-71.40)

72 True, False

A True, False (72.1-72.11)

B Accurate, Inaccurate (72.12-72.22)

73 Genuine, Phony

74 Able, Capable

75 Adequate, Qualified

76 Power, Force

77 Ready, Prepared

78 Degree

A Much, Little [Positive-Negative Degree] (78.1-78.27)

B More Than, Less Than [Comparative Degree] (78.28-78.39)

C About, Approximately, Almost, Hardly [Approximate Degree] (78.40-78.43)

D Completely, Enough [Completive Degree] (78.44-78.50)

E Up To, As Much As, To the Degree That [Marked Extent of Degree] (78.51-78.53)

79 Features of Objects

A Physical [Material], Spiritual (79.1-79.3)

B Natural [Human], Spiritual (79.4-79.6)

C Solid, Liquid (79.7-79.8)

D Beautiful, Ugly (79.9-79.17)

E Glorious (79.18-79.23)

F Transparent (79.24-79.25)

G Color (79.26-79.38)

H Sweet, Bitter, Tasteless (79.39-79.44)

I Fragrance, Odor (79.45-79.47)

J Clean, Dirty (79.48-79.56)

K Spotted, Spotless (79.57-79.59)

L Blemished, Unblemished (79.60-79.61)

M Strong, Weak (79.62-79.69)

N Hot, Lukewarm, Cold (79.70-79.77)

O Wet, Dry (79.78-79.83)

P Uneven [Rough], Level [Smooth] (79.84-79.87)

Q Straight, Crooked (79.88-79.90)

R Two-Dimensional and Three-Dimensional Shapes (79.91-79.94)

S Sharp (79.95-79.96)

T Pure, Unadulterated, Undiluted (79.97-79.99)

U Soft, Tender (79.100-79.101)

V Male, Female (79.102-79.103)

W Shapes (79.104-79.109)

X Open, Closed (79.110-79.113)

Y Covered Over (79.114-79.117)

Z Wrapped (79.118-79.119)

A' Rolled Up (79.120-79.122)

B' Large, Small (79.123-79.128)

C' Perfect (79.129)

80 Space

A Space, Place (80.1-80.4)

B Limits, Boundaries of Space (80.5-80.7)

81 Spacial Dimensions

A Measure, To Measure (81.1-81.2)

B High, Low, Deep (81.3-81.11)

C Long, Short, Far (81.12-81.14)

D Narrow, Wide (81.15-81.19)

E Specific Measures of Volume (81.20-81.24)

F Specific Measures of Length (81.25-81.29)

82 Spacial Orientations

A North, South, East, West (82.1-82.6)

B Left, Right, Straight Ahead, Opposite (82.7-82.12)

83 Spacial Positions

A Here, There (83.1-83.4)

B Where, Somewhere, Everywhere (83.5-83.8)

C Among, Between, In, Inside (83.9-83.17)

D Around, About, Outside (83.18-83.22)

E At, Beside, Near, Far (83.23-83.32)

F In Front Of, Face To Face, In Back Of, Behind (83.33-83.41)

G Opposite, Over Against, Across From, Offshore From (83.42-83.45)

H On, Upon, On the Surface Of (83.46-83.47)

I Above, Below (83.48-83.54)

J Beyond, On the Other Side Of (83.55-83.56)

84 Spacial Extensions

A Extension From a Source (84.1-84.15)

B Extension To a Goal (84.16-84.28)

C Extension Along a Path (84.29-84.33)

85 Existence in Space

A Be in a Place (85.1-85.31)

B Put, Place (85.32-85.54)

C Remain, Stay (85.55-85.64)

D Leave in a Place (85.65-85.66)

E Dwell, Reside (85.67-85.85)

86 Weight

A Heavy, Light (86.1-86.3)

B Pound, Talent [Specific Units of Weight] (86.4-86.5)

87 Status

A Position, Rank (87.1-87.3)

B Honor or Respect in Relation to Status (87.4-87.18)

C High Status or Rank [including persons of high status] (87.19-87.57)

D Low Status or Rank [including persons of low status] (87.58-87.75)

E Slave, Free (87.76-87.86)

88 Moral and Ethical Qualities and Related Behavior

A Goodness (88.1-88.11)

B Just, Righteous (88.12-88.23)

C Holy, Pure (88.24-88.35)

D Perfect, Perfection (88.36-88.38)

E Honesty, Sincerity (88.39-88.45)

F Modesty, Propriety (88.46-88.50)

G Humility (88.51-88.58)

H Gentleness, Mildness (88.59-88.65)

I Kindness, Harshness (88.66-88.74)

J Mercy, Merciless (88.75-88.82)

K Self-Control, Lack of Self-Control (88.83-88.92)

L Sensible Behavior, Senseless Behavior (88.93-88.99)

M Mature Behavior (88.100-88.101)

N Peaceful Behavior (88.102-88.104)

O Bad, Evil, Harmful, Damaging (88.105-88.125)

P Treat Badly (88.126-88.134)

Q Act Harshly (88.135-88.138)

R Act Lawlessly (88.139-88.143)

S Exploit (88.144-88.148)

T Act Shamefully (88.149-88.151)

U Mislead, Lead Astray, Deceive (88.152-88.159)

V Envy, Jealousy (88.160-88.166)

W Resentful, Hold a Grudge Against (88.167-88.170)

X Anger, Be Indignant With (88.171-88.191)

Y Despise, Scorn, Contempt (88.192-88.197)

Z Hate, Hateful (88.198-88.205)

A' Arrogance, Haughtiness, Pride (88.206-88.222)

B' Stubbornness (88.223-88.226)

C' Hypocrisy, Pretense (88.227-88.237)

D' Show Favoritism, Prejudice (88.238-88.242)

E' Being a Busybody (88.243-88.245)

F' Laziness, Idleness (88.246-88.251)

G' Extravagant Living, Intemperate Living (88.252-88.255)

H' Impurity (88.256-88.261)

I' Licentiousness, Perversion (88.262-88.270)

J' Sexual Misbehavior (88.271-88.282)

K' Drunkenness (88.283-88.288)

L' Sin, Wrongdoing, Guilt (88.289-88.318)

89 Relations

A Relation (89.1)

B Dependency (89.2)

C Derivation (89.3)

D Specification (89.4-89.7)

E Relations Involving Correspondences [Isomorphisms] (89.8-89.11)

F Basis (89.12-89.14)

G Cause and/or Reason (89.15-89.38)

H Result (89.39-89.54)

I Purpose (89.55-89.64)

J Condition (89.65-89.70)

K Concession (89.71-89.75)

L Means (89.76-89.78)

M Attendant Circumstances (89.79-89.80)

N Manner (89.81-89.86)

O Sequential Addition (89.87-89.89)

P Distribution (89.90-89.91)

Q Addition (89.92-89.104)

R Linkage (89.105)

S Equivalence (89.106)

T Association (89.107-89.119)

U Dissociation (89.120-89.122)

V Combinative Relation (89.123)

W Contrast (89.124-89.138)

X Alternative Relation (89.139-89.140)

Y Substance (89.141-89.142)

Z Mediation (89.143)

90 Case

A Agent, Personal or Nonpersonal, Causative or Immediate, Direct or Indirect (90.1-90.7)

B Instrument (90.8-90.13)

C Source of Event or Activity (90.14-90.16)

D Responsibility (90.17-90.19)

E Viewpoint Participant (90.20)

F Content (90.21-90.28)

G Guarantor Participant with Oaths (90.29-90.30)

H Opposition (90.31-90.35)

I Benefaction (90.36-90.42)

J Reason Participant (90.43-90.44)

K Agent of a Numerable Event (90.45-90.50)

L Agent in a Causative Role Marked by Verbs (90.51-90.55)

M Experiencer (90.56-90.84)

N To Cause To Experience (90.85-90.97)

91 Discourse Markers

A Markers of Transition (91.1-91.5)

B Markers of Emphasis (91.6-91.12)

C Prompters of Attention (91.13)

D Marker of Direct Address (91.14)

E Markers of Identificational and Explanatory Clauses [Epexegetical] (91.15)

91 Discourse Markers

A Markers of Transition (91.1-91.5)

B Markers of Emphasis (91.6-91.12)

C Prompters of Attention (91.13)

D Marker of Direct Address (91.14)

E Markers of Identificational and Explanatory Clauses [Epexegetical] (91.15)

92 Discourse Referentials

A Speaker (92.1-92.3)

B Speaker and Those Associated with the Speaker [exclusive and inclusive] (92.4-92.5)

C Receptor, Receptors (92.6-92.10)

D Whom or What Spoken or Written About (92.11-92.25)

E Reciprocal Reference (92.26)

F Relative Reference (92.27-92.28)

G Demonstrative or Deictic Reference (92.29-92.36)

H Emphatic Adjunct (92.37)

93 Names of Persons and Places

A Persons (93.1-93.388)

B Places (93.389-93.615)