Keywords: psychology, mind
|Part of Speech:||term verb noun|
|Forms:||efla, eflas, eflaka|
|Glosses:||forget, forgotten, forgetting|
The term 'efla' in Common pertains to forgetting.
As a verb, 'efla' is a transitive skurun verb meaning to forget where the ergative subject is the forgetter and the absolutive object is the thing forgotten. It can be used in a pali antipassive form where it has the sense of 'to be forgetting something'.
As a noun, 'efla' means 'forgetting' or 'forgetfulness'. The derived form 'eflaka' means 'forgotten thing'.
The modifier form 'eflas' means 'forgotten'.