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- (grammar) A category of grammatical moods, the most common of which is the indicative mood, that indicate that something actually is, or is not, the case.
realis (not comparable)
- (grammar) Of or relating to the realis mood.
- (grammar, of a verb) Inflected to indicate that something actually is, or is not, the case.
- Alires, Israel, Isreal, Lieras, Sailer, Sal Rei, ariels, railes, relais, resail, sailer, serail, serial
From the Classical r?s ("thing") + -?lis (suffix forming adjectives of relationship).
re?lis (neuter re?le, adverb realiter); third-declension two-termination adjective
- (post-classical) real
- (in general) actual, substantial, that actually exists
- (philosophy) existing in fact, having objective existence
- relating to, consisting of, or being immovable property
- concerned with or relating to things
Third-declension two-termination adjective.
re?lis m (genitive re?lis); third declension
- (post-classical, philosophy) a realist
Third-declension noun (i-stem).