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un·de·rived

 (ŭn′də-rīvd′)
adj.
Not derived; basic: an underived postulate.

underived

(ˌʌndɪˈraɪvd)
adj
not derived

un•de•rived

(ˌʌn dɪˈraɪvd)

adj.
not derived; fundamental, as an axiom or postulate.
[1620–30]
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Adj.1.underived - not derived; primary or simple
derived - formed or developed from something else; not original; "the belief that classes and organizations are secondary and derived"- John Dewey
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And not only this, but to that ever-contracting, dropping circle ashore, who, for any reason, possessed the privilege of a less banned approach to him; to that timid circle the above hinted casualty --remaining, as it did, moodily unaccounted for by Ahab --invested itself with terrors, not entirely underived from the land of spirits and of wails.
This is a deverbal derivative: the underived root is MariE nonca- 'shape' (= Fi 'muovailla') (< PMari *nunca-).
Analysis of linguistic literature on the subject made it possible to distinguish the following structural types of terms: underived, derived, compound, terminological word combinations, abbreviations.
The divine being (primary and essential attributes of God: sufficiency, underived existence, unity, infinity, immeasurability, eternity, life)
And this quest will eventually bring one back to the underived first principles of practical reasonableness--principles which make no reference at all to human nature, but only to human good.
It has as its starting point a conception in the mind of a speaker embodied to a limited extent, before the application of any rules, already in certain basic, phonetic elements, namely roots and underived nominal stems.
card, code, deck, file) is the most productive one among underived English computing terms.
I postulate a dual-aspect reality which is both physical and spiritual, the first characterized by space-time-matter-energy and the second by consciousness, underived and totally different.
On the other hand is respect for basic goods, those ends and purposes that constitute ultimate, underived, and intelligible reasons for rational action, and which include knowledge, human life, and community, among others.
Such a rationality would spring from Putnam's assumption that 'we have an underived, a primitive obligation of some kind to be reasonable' (240).
And not only this, but to that ever-contracting, dropping circle ashore, who, for any reason, possessed the privilege of a less banned approach to him; to that timid circle the above hinted casualty--remaining, as it did, moodily unaccounted for by Ahab--invested itself with terrors, not entirely underived from the land of spirits and of wails.
In the face of this problem, Jaeggli and Safir (1989) argued that null subjects are permitted in morphologically uniform languages, namely those with either only derived or only underived forms in their verb paradigms (like Chinese).