II. WORDS RELATING TO SPACE
I. SPACE IN GENERAL
1. ABSTRACT SPACE
Space. [Indefinite space.]
Inextension.
Region. [Definite space.]
Place. [Limited space.]
2. RELATIVE SPACE
Situation.
Location.
Displacement.
3. EXISTENCE IN SPACE
Presence.
Absence. [Nullibiety.]
Inhabitant.
Abode. [Place of habitation, or resort.]
Contents. [Things contained.]
Receptacle.
II. DIMENSIONS
1. GENERAL DIMENSIONS
Size.
Littleness.
Expansion.
Contraction.
Distance.
Nearness.
Interval.
Contiguity.
2. LINEAR DIMENSIONS
Length.
Shortness.
Breadth, Thickness.
Narrowness.
Layer.
Filament.
Height.
Lowness.
Depth.
Shallowness.
Summit.
Base.
Verticality.
Horizontality.
Pendency.
Support.
Parallelism.
Obliquity.
Inversion.
Crossing.
3. Centrical Dimensions; General
Exteriority.
Interiority.
Centrality.
Covering.
Lining.
Investment. [Covering, clothing.]
Divestment. [Taking off.]
Circumjacence.
Interjacence.
Circumscription.
Outline.
Edge.
Inclosure.
Limit.
3. Centrical Dimensions; Special
Front.
Rear.
Laterality.
Contraposition.
Dextrality.
Sinistrality.
III. FORM
1. General Form
Form.
Amorphism. [Absence of form.]
Symmetry [Regularity of Form.]
Distortion [Irregularity of form.]
2. Special Form
Angularity.
Curvature.
Straightness.
Circularity. [Simple circularity.]
Convolution. [Complex curvature.]
Rotundity.
3. Superficial Form
Convexity.
Flatness.
Concavity.
Sharpness.
Bluntness.
Smoothness.
Roughness.
Notch.
Fold.
Furrow.
Opening
Closure.
Perforator.
Stopper.
IV. MOTION
1. Motion in General
Motion. [Successive change of place.]
Quiescence.
Journey. [Locomotion by land.]
Navigation. [Locomotion by water, or air.]
Traveler.
Mariner.
Transference.
Carrier.
Vehicle.
Ship.
2. Degrees of Motion
Velocity.
Slowness.
3. Motion conjoined with Force
Impulse.
Recoil.
4. Motion with reference to Direction
Direction.
Deviation.
Precession. [Going before.]
Sequence. [Going after.]
Progression. [Motion forward; progressive motion.]
Regression. [Motion backwards.]
Propulsion. [Motion given to an object situated in front.]
Traction. [Motion given to an object situated behind.]
Approach. [Motion towards.]
Recession. [Motion from.]
Attraction. [Motion towards, actively.]
Repulsion. [Motion from, actively; force driving apart.]
Convergence. [Motion nearer to.]
Divergence. [Motion further off.]
Arrival. [Terminal motion at.]
Departure. [Initial motion from.]
Ingress. [Motion into.]
Egress. [Motion out of.]
Reception. [Motion into, actively.]
Ejection. [Motion out of, actively.]
Food. [Eating.]
Excretion.
Insertion. [Forcible ingress.]
Extraction. [Forcible egress.]
Passage. [Motion through.]
Transcursion. [Motion beyond.]
Shortcoming. [Motion short of.]
Ascent. [Motion upwards.]
Descent. [Motion downwards.]
Elevation.
Depression.
Leap.
Plunge.
Circuition. [Curvilinear motion.]
Rotation. [Motion in a continued circle.]
Evolution. [Motion in the reverse circle.]
Oscillation. [Reciprocating motion, motion to and fro.]
Agitation. [Irregular motion.]
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