Elative

• (a.) Raised; lifted up; -- a term applied to what is also called the absolute superlative, denoting a high or intense degree of a quality, but not excluding the idea that an equal degree may exist in other cases.
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Elative

[gradation] In Semitic linguistics, the elative is a stage of gradation in Arabic that can be used both for a superlative and comparative. The Arabic elative has a special inflection similar to that of colour adjectives, though differing in certain details. To form an elative, the consonants of the adjective`s root are placed in the context...
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Elative

E·la'tive adjective (Gram.) Raised; lifted up; -- a term applied to what is also called the absolute superlative , denoting a high or intense degree of a quality, but not excluding the idea that an equal degree may exist in other cases.
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elative

indicating movement out of or away from
Found on http://phrontistery.info/e.html
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