Pre- = Before + Fix = Secure In-Place + IS = That Which IS / Re’AL

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A- = Changing a Verb into an Adjective to say that something has the quality of the verb that the prefix is attached to.  Acts as the verb “To Be” + continuous form of the verb of the Root-Word:

To be “Afloat” = to be floating.  In The Lu-Cipher it is separated by an Apostrophe — “A’Float”

A- (before a noun) = Changing a Noun into a Verb. essentially the same as above, but probably slightly more abstract — probably due to mis-taken use.  Instead of “To Be” + continuous form of the verb — it is “To Make / Create / Cause / To Be Like (the quality of [Metaphorically])” that which the Noun of the Root-Word IS:

To “Amass” = To Make / Create / Cause to accumulate a Mass of something (usually a significant size or amount).  In The Lu-Cipher it is separated by an Apostrophe — “A’Mass”

To “Aspire” = “Spire” = The Stalk or Stem of a plant / A tall pointed structure / something which “points” upward / “reaching toward “higher” ideals or achievements.  Therefore to “A’Spire” is “To Be Like” the spire on a church which reaches toward the Heavens — or the stalk of grass which reaches for the sky.  In The Lu-Cipher it is separated by an Apostrophe — “A’Spire”

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