How to read an IEML paradigmatic table?
Concepts in the same table / row / column all have « some meaning in common » which is represented by invariant letters.
Meaning of stand-alone letters
Letters have a meaning by themselves, but inserted into an IEML concept, they represent mainly a position in a symmetry structure.
Symmetry 2 = U/A
Symmetry 3 = S/B/T
Symmetry 4 = wo/wa/wu/we
Symmetry 6 = y/o/e/u/a/i or j/g/h/c/p/x
Symmetry 9 = s/b/t/k/m/n/d/f/l
Concepts have verb/noun/adjective/adverb versions
IEML concepts have a translation into nouns, verbs, adjective and adverbs. The tables present only the noun (or sometimes verb) version. To search for the whole dictionary, go to https://ieml.intlekt.io/login choose « read without account » and then « published projects ».
For the syntax of word construction, go to https://intlekt.io/elements/
The punctuation marks show the recursion layer of the multiplication ⊗ :
Layer 0 :
Layer 1 .
Layer 2 –
Layer 3 ‘
Layer 4 ,
Layer 5 _
Layer 6 ;
O: = U: ⊕ A:
M: = S: ⊕ B: ⊕ T:
F: = O: ⊕ M: