Usage category: core
Coined era: pre-pu
bowing down, downward, humble, lowly, dependent | ALT bottom, lower part, under, below, floor, beneath; low, lower, bottom, down
In common usage (both before and after pu), "anpa" has the meaning of "place that is down". In pu, "noka" has that meaning instead.
down⁵, bottom⁴, lower⁴, defeat³, below³, beneath³, under², bow², underlying²
Source Language: Acadian French
Etymology: en bas ‘below’
Creator(s): jan Sonja
Etymology: location radical + "container"; the latter perhaps from a truncated square for a general object (compare sinpin) or a container (compare poki). for the radical, see also how dots are used in blissymbols; compare blissymbol "below"