rox-key-lox (Locations and Travel)

rox (Locations)
lox (Travel)

rox (Locations)

The following table are the relative locations, and must be used in conjunction with an object or location.

(For the first degree notation consider 0 to be away from the foreward face of an object, positive degrees going counterclockwise, and negative degrees going clockwise. For the second degree notation consider 0 to be horizontal, positive degrees arcing down and back, and negative degrees arcing up and back.)

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enermfareknermaway
nermnearknermtowards
nesoutside
nisinside
nisispartenisisnot part
nitfront (0/any)
nitotleft front (+45/any)
nitutright front (-45/any)
notleft (+90/any)
nutright (-90/any)
netotleft rear (+135/any)
netutright rear (-135/any)
netbehind (180/any)
nipfront (any/0)
nipop(any/+45)
nipup(any/-45)
nopbelow (any/+90)
nupabove (any/-90)
nepop(any/+135)
nepup(any/-135)
nepbehind (any/180)
nitsfront
notsleft-side
nutsright-side
netsback
nipsfront
nopsbottom
nupstop
nepsback

lox (Travel)

Words denoting travel need to specify a location as a subject of the verb.

Method verbs are used to indicate travel with a specific method of movement.

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floxglidekfloxfly
fustfallkfustlevitate

Methodless verbs are used to indicate travel where the manner of movement is unimportant.

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blonarriveeblonleave