This is what I'd go with. This word list is pretty awesome though.
set, ready - adj of aspect
Adjectoves of aspect is words like moral, political, legal, spiritual. Set/ready wouldn't belong there.
Grammatical aspect on the brain, i guess.
Ha ha ha! Habitual aspect, punctual aspect, durative aspect, protractive aspect . . .
I wonder if "progressive" would be the first thing that came to mind if you asked a conlanger to make an association with the word "aspect".
exact - identifying info
Hmmmmm . . . this is stuff like "name", "age", "ZIP code", "male", "female", "marital status". Do you think it would work here because of contexts like "exact height" and "exact weight"?
Perhaps under measures then?
Good idea. I'll put it there.
mass - physics
Actually, I do have a word "mass" under physics. The noun. But this is the second "mass", the adjective, as in "weapons of mass destruction".
Hmm... also under measures? Is measures like feet, inches, kg? Maybe a quantifier group?[/quote]
It is . . . but I also have "number", "amount", "to measure", "to count" and "to weigh [so many pounds/kilograms]" in that section.
guide (person) - people
Hadn't thought the human sense of guide was important enough to include, but now that you mention it I should probably have it. Added to "people".
guide (instructions)- school? it is a way of learning
Good point. I do have words like "lesson" in that section, after all.
load - collective noun
Good idea. I was so puzzled with "load" I thought that would be the last one I'd find a category for.
trick (cards)- active entertainment, active because the person performing has to put intend and put effort into it
trick (practical joke) - active entertainment
Placed there, in both senses.
trick (prostitution) - lol. active entertainment :roll:
You know, I was considering a "Sex" category, but all the words that would go there find neatly under other classes.
travel- event maybe
I'll place it there.
lol. I just noticed Dvorak on the surname list.
It's one of the five most common Czech surnames.
By the way, I've finally found categories for "ability" and "likely, liable". The former goes under Achieving things and the latter goes under Reality.