Relformaide Dictionary:Roots/bauson

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bauson- (Core Base rootCategory:Roots) (Free morpheme)
Meaning: badger
(Gloss: badger)
Etymology: From Middle English bauson(d) (striped). (See usage notes below.)

Morpheme length: 6 (A B N O S U)abnosu abnosu Category:Isogram morphemesMorpheme count: 1
Letter pattern: CVVCVC • IPA: /bɔ.son/bɔ, sonSyllables: 2 (bau, son)CVV, CVC

Default word class: Noun

Mutated forms (1a)

Before on: bausonỵ • Before inz: bausón • Before all other morphemes: bauson

Lexeme
Noun (Animate)
Category ♂ Masculine ♀ Feminine ⚲ Neuter
Pan-gender
Regular
Singular bausono bausona bausone
Plural bausonos bausonas bausones
Articulated
Definite Singular bausonlo bausonla bausonile
Plural bausonlos bausonlas bausoniles
Indefinite Singular bausonuno bausonuna bausonile
Plural bausonunos bausonunas bausoniles
Complex
Forms tüobbauson- tüabbauson- bauson-
Offspring
Older Singular bausonódro bausonódra bausonódré
Plural bausonódros bausonódras bausonódrés
Younger Singular bausonódredo bausonódreda bausonódrède
Plural bausonódredos bausonódredas bausonódrèdes
Age
Newborn Singular bausonebo bausoneba bausonèbe
Plural bausonebos bausonebas bausonèbes
Juvenile Singular bausonedo bausoneda bausonède
Plural bausonedos bausonedas bausonèdes
Adolescent Singular bausoneshoano bausoneshoana bausoneshoane
Plural bausoneshoanos bausoneshoanas bausoneshoanes
Adult Singular bausoneushelo bausoneushela bausoneushèle
Plural bausoneushelos bausoneushelas bausoneushèles
Geriatric Singular bausoneldo bausonelda bausonelde
Plural bausoneldos bausoneldas bausoneldes
Size
Diminutive Singular bausoneto bausoneta bausonète
Plural bausonetos bausonetas bausonètes
Medial Singular bausoneado bausoneada bausoneade
Plural bausoneados bausoneadas bausoneades
Augmentative Singular bausonardo bausonarda bausonarde
Plural bausonardos bausonardas bausonardes
Adjective
Forms Nominal Comparative Superlative
Absolute Singular bausoni
Plural bausonis
Declension stems
Case
(Tuisèle)
Singular Plural
Grammatical
Nominative Subject of sentence in NOM-ACC languages
(NOM)
Absolutive Subject of intransitive verb/object of transitive verb in ERG-ABS languages
(ABS)
Accusative Object of sentence in NOM-ACC languages
(ACC)
Subject bauson- bauson-s
bausonouz-
bauson(öut/öur)-
Topic bausoneun-(s)
Ergative Subject of sentence in ERG-ABS languages; Done by... (in passive-voice statements)
(ERG)
bausonieb- bausonieb-s
bausonouzieb-
Appositive Subject of sentence describing a clause that follows it
(APP)
bausonerij-(s)
Dative Indirect object (To...)
(DAT)
bausonad-(s)
Locative In... (a place)/At...
(LOC)
bausonad- bausonouzad-
Partitive Part of.../Some...
(PART)
bausonúnet-(s)
Vocative O...!/You...!
(VOC)
Familiar bausont-(s)
Formal bausonust-(s)
Relational
Genitive Of.../...'s; indicates inalienable ownership
(GEN)
bausonoz- bausonoz-s
bausonöutoz-
Possessive Of.../...'s; indicates alienable ownership
(POSS)
bausonorz- bausonorz-s
bausonöutorz-
Proprietive With.../Having...; Owning...
(PROP)
bausonten-
bausonzol-
bausonouśten-
bausonouzzol-
Ornative Provided/furnished/equipped with...
(ORN)
bausonabuam- bausonouzabuam-
Associative
Instrumental/Vialis With (the help of).../Through.../Via.../By (means of)...
(INSTR/VIA)
bausonemek- bausonouzemek-
Utilitative Using...
(UTL)
bausonútil- bausonouzútil-
Utilitive For (the purpose of)...
(UTIL)
bausonaurd- bausonouzaurd-
Benefactive For (the sake of).../Dedicated to...
(BEN)
bausonómist- bausonouzómist-
Comitative With... (in accompaniment)
(COM)
bausonaseb- bausonöutaseb-
Conjunctive With... (as part of a group)
(CNJ)
bausonauvek- bausonouzauvek-
Causal Because of.../Thanks to...
(CSL)
bausonẽrgim- bausonouzẽrgim-
Spatial
Originative From...
(OGN)
bausonesil- bausonöutésil-
Terminative Until... (time)/Ending up at... (spatial)
(TERM)
bausonósot-
bausonäffim-
bausonöutósot-
bausonouzäffim-
Allative Towards...
(ALL)
bausonaup- bausonouzaup-
Lative Going towards.../Approaching...
(LAT)
bausonäuvv- bausonouzäuvv-
Apudessive Near.../Next to.../Close to.../By...
(APUD)
bausonproxim- bausonouśproxim-
Adessive On (the surface of)...
(ADE)
bausoníak- bausonouzíak-
Altessive Above...
(ALT)
bausonault- bausonouzault-
Superessive Atop.../On top of...
(SUPE)
bausonauload- bausonouzauload-
Perlative Through...
(PERL)
bausontranz- bausonouśtranz-
Inessive In... (an object)
(INE)
bausonint- bausonouzint-
Illative Into...
(ILL)
bausonintaup- bausonouzintaup-
Exessive Outside...
(EXE)
bausontug- bausonouśtúg-
Ablative Heading outside...
(ABL)
bausontúgaup- bausonouśtúgaup-
Elative Going away from.../Leaving...
(ELA)
bausontüvv- bausonouśtüvv-
Delative Off (the surface of)...
(DEL)
bausonweg- bausonouzweg-
Subessive Below...
(SUBE)
bausonúlem- bausonouzúlem-
Chronological
Immediate ...first of all
(IMD)
bausonoantem- bausonouzoantem-
Precursive Before.../Prior to...
(PCV)
bausonprev- bausonouśprev-
Postcursive After...
(POS)
bausonáprev- bausonouzáprev-
Qualitative
Abessive Without...
(ABE)
bausonỵond- bausonouzond-
Privative Removing.../Taking away...
(PRIV)
bausoneriv- bausonouzeriv-
Exceptive Except (for).../But...
(EXC)
bausonmoin- bausonouśmoin-
Inclusive And.../Plus.../As well.../Including...
(INCL)
bausonnend-
bausonausin-
bausonouśnend-
bausonöutausin-
Distributive Per (each).../By the...
(DIST)
bausonaiv- bausonouzaiv-
Exclusive Exclusive to.../...-only
(EXCL)
bausonseul- bausonouśseul-
Quantitative
Propositive For.../In support of.../Pro-...
(PRO)
bausonaubog- bausonouzaubog-
Oppositional Against.../Anti-...
(OPP/ANTI)
bausonopon- bausonouzopon-
Aversive/Evitative Avoiding.../For fear of.../Lest...
(AVE/EVIT)
bausonévit- bausonouzévit-
Contrastive Instead of...
(CRS)
bausonpótal- bausonouśpótal-
Transpositive On behalf of.../Serving...
(TSP)
bausonuslen- bausonöutúslen-
Concessive Despite.../In spite of...
(CNC)
bausonmólen- bausonouśmólen-
Considerative According to...
(CSD)
bausonomil- bausonouzomil-
Essive As a(n)...
(ESS)
bausonnand- bausonouśnand-
Translative Turning into.../Changing into...
(TRSL)
bausoniz- bausonöutiz-
Compositive Made of.../Made from...
(CPS)
bausonesit- bausonöutésit-
Semblative/Formal Like.../Resembling...
(SEMBL/FORM)
bausonoid- bausonouzoid-
Similative Acting like...
(SIMIL)
bausonausik- bausonöutausik-
Identical Equal to...
(IDT)
bausonaibem- bausonouzaibem-
Comparative/Equative ...than.../...as...
(CMPR/EQU)
bausonkuam- bausonouśkuam-
Referential About.../Concerning...
(REF)
bausonprin- bausonouśprin-
Note: Not all case endings may apply to this root. As such, some or most forms shown above may be hypothetical.
Morpheme family
None
Hyponym of
mosteloidProject:Roots/mosteloid (mustelid)
Usage notes

Word History supplied by the American Heritage Dictionary:

From an etymological point of view, the badger may simply be "the one that wears a badge." The Eurasian species of badger has a white head with a broad black stripe on each side of its snout, and the white area on its forehead may have brought to mind a badge, hence badger. This theory is supported by the fact that a common term for the badger in Middle and Early Modern English was bauson, which comes from the Old French word bausent, meaning "piebald, having a coat with black and white patches," and also "badger." The Old English word for the badger was broc, a word which survives in modern British English as brock, a word for the common badger, and also as the personal name Brock. Badger first appears in the early 16th century and eventually replaces brock and bauson in common usage.

Bausent also serves as the etymon of bausen, or "stripe".

Added on: 2017-06-16, 19:47View semantic data
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