Common Lexeme

aksep

Keywords: social

Pronunciation (IPA): 'ag.zep 
Part of Speech: term verb noun 
Class: skurun 
Forms: aksep, aksepys, aksepkas 
Glosses: accept, acceptance, inclusion, acceptable, accepted, agree 

Description:

The term 'aksep' was borrowed from the English word 'accept', entering Common sometime during the middle period and overlapping with the native word 'selep', 'agree'.

Verb:

As a verb, 'aksep' is a transitive skurun verb that takes an ergative accepter and an absolutive thing accepted, which could be anything from a person to a situation to a proposition. It has some overlap as well with 'selep', 'agree'.

Noun:

As a noun, 'aksep' means acceptance in general, inclusion, or acceptance of something specific.

Modifier:

The modifier form 'aksepys' is used for the sense of 'aceptable',  or to say that someone or something is accepted in a genrral way, such as being accepted into a group. The form 'aksepkas' tends to be more specific, as in a point of acceptance, or an accepted fact.

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