Wikidata:WikiProject Ontology/Top-level ontology list

The following list shows the top two levels of Wikidata ontology, with the root at entity (Q35120).

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Subclass description Superclass
disposition tendency to act in a specified way entity
economic entity accounting term; one of the assumptions made in generally accepted accounting principles entity
creature created entity entity
property physical or intangible entity, owned by a person or a group of people entity
resource source or supply from which benefit is produced entity
former entity entity that no longer operates or is terminated entity
part of separate element of a larger (divisible or indivisible) entity entity
perception set signal acquisition by a system through several pathways entity
work activity done by a person to earn a living entity
artificial entity anything created by humans (either material or mental) entity
phenomenon philosophical concept entity
continuum entity
item with given name property (used to define the domain of the "given name" property) entity
hypothetical entity entity whose existence is possible, but not proven entity
being broad concept encompassing objective and subjective features of reality and existence entity
class or metaclass of Wikidata ontology classes or higher order classes of elements as used in Wikidata's ontology entity
copy duplicate of information or an artifact based on an instance of that information or artifact entity
original source for copy entity
individual entity, be it a thing, a person or any other agent, which is identifiable by its determined characteristics, as contrasted to a class whose characteristics may be varying among its instances entity
(meta)class collection of entities that can be classes or individuals entity
unknown entity whose identity is not known entity
Norse entity class of entities that are part of Norse culture entity
follows entity
followed by entity
disincentive discouragement to do something entity
cause entity which forms causality for an event entity
consequent Hypothetical proposition component entity
anatomical entity entity
dedicatee entity
qualia individual instances of subjective, conscious experience entity
observable entity entity which can be experienced or observed directly by human senses entity
contact point entity serving as focal point of information entity
converter entity that converts, modifies, or transforms, producing an change of state, observable on the entity itself or on other objects entity
substance basic ontological concept entity
Unobservable entity whose existence, nature, properties, qualities or relations are not directly observable by humans entity
origin place or instant of apparition of something; intellectual reconstruction from the causal event supposed to be founding it, sometimes fixed arbitrarily or defined conventionaly instead of by observation entity
Dasein existence, concept from Heidegger's philosophy entity
untitled entity something without a name entity
network element manageable logical entity uniting one or more physical devices entity
existence ability of an entity to interact with physical or mental reality entity
object technical term in modern philosophy often used in contrast to the term subject entity
role quality of participation in relation, or identity of an item in relation to another specified item entity
independent continuant entity
spatio-temporal entity thing that can be contained within a region of space-time, or variation of its state in space or time entity
not yet determined entity for which the value has not been determined yet (for "cannot be determined" use unknown/Q24238356) entity
disposition medical term entity
dummy substitute object lacking normal functionality of objects of its class, used for various purposes entity
liminal being being that cannot be easily placed into a single category of existence entity
target intended destination of an action entity
dimensional entity entity
attribute entity entity
structure arrangement and organization of interrelated elements in an object or system, or the object or system so organized entity
occurrent an entity that unfolds itself in time or it is the instantaneous boundary of such an entity (for example a beginning or an ending), or it is a temporal or spatiotemporal region which such an entity occupies entity
subject being who has a unique consciousness and/or unique personal experiences, or an entity that has a relationship with another entity that exists outside of itself entity
stakeholder groups without whose support the organization would cease to exist: government, employees, customers, suppliers, creditors, community, trade unions, owners, investors, etc. entity
property predominant feature that characterizes a being, a thing, a phenomenon, etc. and which differentiates one being from another, one thing from another entity
state (former and current) political state, whether former or current entity
current entity entity that exists in the present entity
historical country country, state or territory that once existed state (former and current)
state organised community living under a system of government; either a sovereign state, constituent state, or federated state state (former and current)
passivity property of engineering systems, used in a variety of engineering disciplines, but most commonly found in analog electronics and control systems property
monochrome shades of one color; describes paintings, drawings, design, or photographs in one color or values of one color, having only one colour property
variable and attribute Attribute property
Findability property
sign number property of being positive or negative property
talent aptitude useful for some activity property
continuity lack of interruption or disconnection; the quality of being continuous in space or time property
soil consistency property
inconsistency property
quality characteristic trait that differentiates an entity property
Биологична характеристика на зърнено-бобовите култури property
CPU bit width number of bits in the datapath widths, integer size, and memory address widths of a CPU property
metamerism phenomenon of having a linear series of body segments fundamentally similar in structure property
asymmetry property property or condition of being asymmetric property
universal property property
artificiality state of being the product of intentional human manufacture, rather than occurring naturally property
transience state of being brief and short-lived property
nonexistence state of not existing property
wood feature property
correctness freedom from error or conformity to the truth or to fact property
indexicality phenomenon of a sign pointing to (or indexing) some object in the context in which it occurs property
navigability body of water, such as a river, canal or lake, is navigable if it is deep, wide and slow enough for a vessel to pass or walk property
human-readable property
metric measure for quantitatively assessing an attribute of a person, process, event, institution or system property
discoverability ability of something, especially a piece of content or information, to be found property
solar rotation the pattern of rotation of components of the Sun property
use use of a resource to perform a task property
aspect of sound property
randomness lack of pattern or predictability in events, or, a measure of uncertainty of an outcome property
analogy similarity between a pair of structures, or genes, in different taxa resulting from convergent evolution property
spectral class class of stars based on their spectral characteristics property
group order number of elements in group property
time interval temporal extent having a beginning, an end and a duration property
invariant property of mathematical objects that remains unchanged for transformations applied to the objects property
essence term in philosophy property
Copyfree permissive copyright licensing status defined by the Copyfree Initiative property
shape form of an object or its external boundary property
aspect property
authenticity certainty about the origin or precedence attributed to an object, concerning the originality, the author, the nationality, the place, time, or method of manufacturing or acquisition, the applicable law and jurisdiction, etc. property
property class member in object-oriented programming property
direction information in geometry and in mechanics contained in the relative position of one point of space with respect to another reference point, without information about their relative distance property
emergence phenomenon whereby larger entities arise through interactions among smaller/simpler entities such that the larger entities exhibit properties the smaller/simpler entities don't exhibit property
homology existence of shared ancestry between a pair of structures, or genes, in different taxa property
uniqueness philosophical category, opposite of multiplicity; state or condition wherein something is unlike anything else in comparison property
mobility ability to move property
parity property of being an odd or even number property
backness position of the tongue during the articulation of a vowel relative to the back of the mouth property
equicontinuity property of a collection of functions property
consistency the property of holding together and retaining shape property
connectedness various properties meaning, in some sense, "all one piece" property
self-similarity property
optical property property of light and its interaction with substances or objects property
characterization representation of persons (or other beings or creatures) in narrative and dramatic works of art property
isotropy uniformity in all orientations property
unpleasant characteristic characteristic property
symmetry property, condition of being symmetric property
sensitivity ability of an organism or organ to respond to external stimuli property
urban population human population in a given urban area property
aspect of a process property
fluidity inverse of the dynamic viscosity property
quantity property that exists in a range of magnitudes or multitudes; property that can exist as a magnitude or multitude property
fault tolerance ability of a system to continue functioning despite erroneous inputs or faults within some of its components property
database normalisation reduction of data redundancy property
state abstract term that denotes the presence of stable values of a set of variables of an object property
material property physical property of a material property
contrast ratio property of a display system property
open source copyright licensing status defined by the Open Source Initiative property
diversity quality of being diverse or different; difference property
dimensional homogeneity quality of an equation having quantities of same units on both sides property
machine-readableness type of readableness property
discontinuity lack of continuity, regularity or sequence; a break or gap property
pentadactyly condition of having five digits on each limb. It is believed that all living tetrapods are descended from an ancestor with a pentadactyl limb, although many species have now lost or transformed some or all of their digits by the process of evolution property
file property type of property property
person property type of property property
of the natural world separate from humans probative state or quality of being natural; condition of being natural property
urbanity characteristics, personality traits, and viewpoints associated with cities and urban areas property
scale extent or size of a length, distance, or area being studied or described property
physico-chemical property type of property property
parameter quantifiable property of a system property
property (mathematics) mathematical concept property
bivalence state or quality of being bivalent property
convergence test mathematical criterion about whether a series converges or not property
isomerism relationship between isomers property
pricelessness state or condition of being priceless; very high value property
greatness concept of a state of superiority affecting a person or object in a particular place or area property
accident philosophical attribute property
physical property attribute of a physical system or body; OR non-chemical property of a material property
medical attribute property
deductive closure property
Anisotropy property of being directionally dependent, which implies different properties in different directions, as opposed to isotropy property
scope project management concept property
handmade property of objects made by hand property
machine-made property of objects made primarily using machines or industrial processes property
soil texture property of a soil defined by the exact grain size distribution of its finer-grained anorganic matter property
Vceo Transistor Collector−Emitter Max Voltage property
Chemical specificity property
discontinuity philosophical concept property
Disease Attributes Clinical characteristics of disease or illness. property
case sensitivity (two options) property of being either case-sensitive or case-insensitive; two options in string comparisons and searches property
attribute physical symbol, object, characteristicl of a rank, profession, position on a sports team, etc. property
inconstancy lack of constancy property
critically acclaimed acclaimed by critics; that has received generally good reviews from a number of critics property
number of entities physical quantity; number of elementary entities of a given kind (atoms, molecules, events, ...) in a system property
apomorphy Characteristics, which were newly developed (in comparison to the ancestors) of the considered lineage property
geometric property property of the geometry of an item or set of items property
Archimedean property the absence of infintiesmals in a mathemaical system property
properties of water overview about physical and chemical properties of pure water property
Locally nilpotent property
measure property of object in data warehouse property
mental property property of the mind property
reliability ability of a system or component to function under stated conditions for a specified period of time property
orderliness fact of having a regular, proper and systematic arrangement property
qualitative property property that is observed and can generally not be measured with a numerical result; has no numerical characteristics (contrasted to quantitative property) property
graph connectivity graph property property
rating specification of safe or acceptable values of some property of a component or device property
morphology shape and structure of an object or group of related objects property
rurality characteristics, personality traits, and viewpoints associated with rural areas and societies property
attribute property in the ontological sense property
system configuration set of modifiable parameters of an engineered system, or their values, that allow it to support a particular function property
consanguinity property of being from the same kinship as another person; quality of being descended from the same ancestor as another person property
Ausstattung property
chain condition property
vowel dimension property that can be used to distinguish different vowels from each other property
allotropy property of some chemical elements to exist in two or more different forms property
gramophone record format physical format and playback speed of a gramophone record property
physical media format umbrella class; any physical format for distribution of words, images, audio, video, etc. property
wine fault unpleasant characteristic of a wine often resulting from poor winemaking practices or storage conditions, and leading to wine spoilage property
interdisciplinarity combination of two or more academic disciplines into one activity property
value any determination of or method of determination of the worth, not necessarily monetary, of an item or a facet of it property
Legal capacity property
traceability property
severity clinical modifier for illness property
grammatical category analytical class within the grammar of a language property
disability impairments, activity limitations, and participation restrictions property
validity extent to which a concept, conclusion or measurement is well-founded and corresponds accurately to the real world property
dimension of physical quantity expression of a physical quantity via the basic quantities property
error action or proposition which is inaccurate or incorrect property
project stakeholder individual, group, or organization, who may affect, be affected by, or perceive itself to be affected by a decision, activity, or outcome of a project stakeholder
shareholder individual or organization that owns part of a corporation through shares of its stock stakeholder
employee person who works for an employer stakeholder
company stakeholder stakeholder of a for-profit organization stakeholder
zmocněnec subject
economic agent actor and decision maker in an economic model subject
abstract being entity that has no physical realisation subject
perpetrator person who carries out the active part of an act, whether their identity is known or not subject
guest someone who is offered hospitability subject
host a person responsible for guests at an event or for providing hospitality during it subject
person being that has certain capacities or attributes constituting personhood (avoid use with P31; use Q5 for humans) subject
subject of a right that which a right belongs to subject
addressee person or organization to whom a information, letter or note is addressed subject
observer object who engages in observation subject
player person who plays a game subject
субъект управления subject
Moral Status A philosophical description of intrinsic self-worth and dignity which bestows basic rights of life, liberty, and freedom from harm. subject
polluter subject
subject of article subject
subject of impeachment The official subject to impeachment subject
rights holder person or group who enjoys protection of human rights subject
process an occurrent that exists in time by occurring or happening, has temporal parts and always involves and depends on some entity occurrent
Мамлекеттик аппарат structure
nanostructure nano structures structure
electrical grid interconnected network for delivering electricity from suppliers to consumers structure
structure of hanzi structure
waveguide structure that guides waves, typically electromagnetic waves structure
circular tank diversion water diversion facility, part of some irrigiation systems structure
Widmanstätten pattern crystal patterns found in some meteorites structure
frame type of solid structure structure
seta certain bristle- or hair-like structures on living organisms structure
boundary obstacle marking a delimitation of land structure
frame digital data transmission unit structure
Dubiofossil structure
nuclear pasta degenerate matter within the crusts of neutron stars which forms complex structures said to resemble pasta structure
large-scale structure of the Universe spatial arrangement of matter in the universe structure
staatsinrichting manner in which the state, its government and its administration are organized structure
reinforcing bar steel bar or mesh used within concrete structure
gridshell structure which derives its strength from its double curvature structure
grating famework of spaced bars that are parallel to or cross each other structure
outline list arranged to show hierarchical relationships structure
geodetic network Arrangement of survey points structure
magnetic ordering structure
physical structure body or assemblage of bodies in space that form a system capable of supporting loads structure
biomolecular structure 3D conformation of a biological sequence, like DNA, RNA, proteins structure
economic structure structure
bone structure structure made of bones structure
bony structure structure
hierarchy system of elements with multiple levels or tiers that are subordinated to each other structure
honeycomb structure natural or man-made structures that have the geometry of a honeycomb structure
Thin-shell structure lightweight constructions using shell elements structure
tunnelling shield structure
tree structure a way of representing the hierarchical nature of a structure in a graphical form structure
principle guiding rule or inevitable consequence of something, such as the laws observed in nature structure
social structure sociological classification of human societies according to their social characteristics structure
mooring structure to which a vessel may be secured structure
supply pyramid structure of the supplier up to the producer structure
aggregation act of collecting together physical or conceptual objects structure
Equatorial strip elongated cloud structures that occur on large gas planet structure
Konstruktionsprofil structure
symmetrical structure type of structure structure
asymmetrical structure type of structure structure
decoy fake military equipment intended to deceive the enemy structure
bioconstruction structure built by living organisms, by opposition to sedimental process structure
wing configuration describes the general shape and layout of an aircraft wing structure
murger pile of discarded stones structure
IMRAD document format for reporting studies in the scientific literature structure
musical structure structure
reproductive structure structure structure
extruder natural or artificial structure for extruding material structure
pian structure
structure of DNA structure structure
hierarchical classifier structure
Forward-swept wing aircraft wing configuration structure
tooth one in a row of physical projections, by analogy with teeth in organisms structure
aspect feature linked to many parts of a program, unrelated to program's primary function structure
bow tie concept that tries to grasp the essence of some operational and functional structures observed in biological organisms and other kinds of complex and self-organizing systems structure
chemical structure spatial arrangement of atoms in a molecule and the chemical bonds structure
account the central data structure in the accounts and payment services structure
sentence clause structure how clauses compose sentences in grammar and syntax structure
Deployable structure structure
biological structure matter organized by living organisms structure
meal structure structure
noise barrier exterior structure designed to protect inhabitants of sensitive land use areas from noise pollution structure
tenter wooden frame for dying cloth structure
pregeometry structure from which geometry arises structure
screw thread helical part of screw structure
song structure arrangement of a song, part of the songwriting process structure
organizational structure in an organisation, defines how activities such as task allocation and supervision are directed towards the achievement of its aims structure
stone structure structure
harmony pleasing combination of elements in a whole structure
Auxetics structure
construction artificial geo object, designed physical object structure
narrative structure literary element structure
control flow order in which individual statements, instructions or function calls of an imperative program are executed or evaluated structure
block diagram diagram of a system in which the principal parts or functions are represented by blocks connected by lines that show the relationships of the blocks structure
crystal structure unique arrangement of atoms or molecules in a crystalline liquid or solid structure
molecular configuration structure
molecular geometry study of the 3D shapes of molecules structure
storage place or device for storing material or immaterial objects structure
Membran structure
atmospheric structure subconcept of Atmosphere (scot/878) structure
Earth structure subconcept of Earth and space (scot/1918) structure
geological structure a structure that is visible in rock and not the specialised terms for structures in thin sections structure
Polymer chains structure
random structure structure
system set of interacting or interdependent components structure
stellar structure structure of a star. Stars of different mass, age have varying internal structures. Stellar structure models describe the internal structure of a star in detail,make detailed predictions about the luminosity,the color,the future evolution of the star structure
syllable unit of organization for a sequence of speech sounds structure
miscellaneous term attribute entity
anatomical morphology value attribute entity
structural relationship value attribute entity
concept name attribute entity
cell morphology attribute entity
cell shape type attribute entity
cell surface feature attribute entity
organ part phenotype attribute entity
functional joint type attribute entity
physical state value attribute entity
physical property value attribute entity
physical state attribute entity
Physical attribute relationship attribute entity
volume dimensional entity
surface dimensional entity
line dimensional entity
point dimensional entity
shooting target aiming point for weapon use for recreation or practice target
climate target political goal in climate mitigation target
mythical hybrid mythological creature combining body parts of more than one real species liminal being
undead deceased being which behaves as if alive liminal being
cambion the offspring of an incubus/succubus and a human liminal being
demigod mortal who is the offspring of a god and a human being in mythology (for demigods from works of fiction see Q64767588) liminal being
test double computing object that substitutes for another object for use in testing dummy
placeholder name words that can refer to objects or people whose names are temporarily forgotten, irrelevant, or unknown dummy
fictitious entry deliberately incorrect entry in a reference work dummy
pacifier rubber, plastic or silicone nipple for infants to suck upon dummy
Dummy candidate dummy
battery eliminator dummy battery that supplies electricity from a connected external power source dummy
syntactic expletive word that contributes nothing to the semantic meaning of a sentence but performs a syntactic role (e.g. "it" in "it is raining") dummy
mockup scale or full-size model of a design or device, used for teaching, demonstration, design evaluation, promotion, and other purposes dummy
nonsense word unlike a sememe, may have no definition; if it can be pronounced according to a language's phonotactics, it is a pseudoword; used in literature for poetic or humorous effect. Proper names of real or fictional entities are sometimes nonsense words dummy
dummy round ammunition type used for training dummy
decoy person, device, or event meant as a distraction dummy
toy weapon images and copies of real weapons made for playing dummy
Fictitious telephone number dummy
feint maneuvers designed to distract or mislead dummy
dummy variable one that takes the value 0 or 1 to indicate the absence or presence of some categorical effect that may be expected to shift the outcome dummy
placeholder substitute mark dummy
dummy load device used to simulate an electrical load dummy
Drill Purpose Rifle rifle altered to remove its ability to fire, used for drills, training, or exhibition dummy
dummy pronoun pronoun having no referent, only used to fulfill grammatical rules; e.g. "it" as in "it rains" dummy
rubber duck non-functional, rubber or plastic weapon used in United States military training dummy
slug object used falsely as a coin dummy
zero-ohm link dummy resistor dummy
counterfeit money money that was created illegally dummy
filler text text generated to fill space or provide unremarkable and/or standardised text dummy
theatrical property movable physical object used on a motion picture, television, or stage set that are not costume dummy
spacetime volume class that contains 4 dimensional point sets (volumes) in physical spacetime spatio-temporal entity
temporal entity thing that can be contained within a period of time, or change in state (e.g. events, periods, acts) spatio-temporal entity
spatial entity thing occupying some space, entity that can be contained within a region of space spatio-temporal entity
service transaction in which no physical goods are transferred from the seller to the buyer spatio-temporal entity
material entity independent continuant
Caller person who prompts dance figures role
status hierarchical identity of an entity among other entities role
opposite item with an opposing, negative, or inverse quality to a given item which shares its other qualities, or the relationship between such a pair of items role
role character or part played by a performer role
dealer one who deals cards in a cards game role
position the joint arrangement of a team on its field of play and/or the standardized place of any individual player role
role set of behaviours, rights, obligations, beliefs, and norms expected from an individual that has a certain social status role
CRedIT contributor role role of a contributor in scholarly authorship, as defined by the CASRAI CRedIT classification scheme role
control influence or authority over something; process of directing the operation of a device, system, or process role
layover point where a vehicle stops, with passengers possibly changing vehicle role
interviewer one who conducts an interview or interrogation role
participant person or group that takes part in an event or process role
degree the position of a particular musical note on a scale relative to the tonic role
character type literary or social stereotype used to create characters or determine their role in a story role
cognate word that has a common etymological origin role
role role of a musician in a band role
page boy young male attendant at a wedding role
flower girl young girl who scatters flower petals down the aisle during a wedding procession role
known by role that a person, organization or event may play in relation to a fact. Value for P3831 role
bridesmaid member of the bride's party in a wedding role
alueellisen museotoiminnan edistämistehtävä role
kulttuuriympäristötehtävä role
ruolo documentario role
sex either of two main divisions (male and female) into which many organisms can be placed according to reproductive function or organs role
memory space place, object or concept vested with historical significance in the popular collective memory, such as monuments, museums, events, symbols and even colours vested with historical memory object
product result of some kind of work or effort object
advertising material objectified form of the advertising message object
phallus any aesthetic or practical object having penis-like quality object
group summarizes entities with similar characteristics together object
gutter object, device, or a natural object that derives liquids away object
unidentified object object
urelement object (concrete or abstract) that is not a set, but that may be an element of a set. Urelements are sometimes called "atoms" or "individuals." object
Objet petit a object
object location in computer memory having a value and referenced by an identifier object
lokobject object
collectible object regarded as being of value or interest to a collector object
heritage property, custom, object inherited from previous generations and of importance for future generations object
named entity real world object such as persons, locations, organizations, products, etc, that can be denoted with a proper name; it can be abstract or have a physical existence object
ecofact object
kostenobject object
flood defense object or structure for managing flood water object
futiliteit object
reflector object
collection a set of items held singly object
Huanca (monolith) Andean sacred stone object
solid object object, body object
natural object naturally occurring object in a natural state, without modification by human effort object
mental object object whose space of existence is the mind; item that is thought of as being "in" the mind, and capable of being formed and manipulated by mental processes and faculties: thoughts, concepts, memories, emotions, percepts and intentions object
object of non-science object of the unscientific world object
scientific object type of object object
binding agent object that holds other objects together to form a cohesive whole; object used to hold two or more things together object
mirror symmetric object object having mirror symmetry object
source object (person, place, text, thing, etc.) from which something (information, goods, etc.) comes or is acquired object
three-dimensional object type of object object
homogeneity (in space) implies conservation of momentum object
homogeneity (in time) implies conservation of energy object
everyday object type of object object
conception image, idea, or notion formed in the mind; a concept, plan or design object
object with feedback type of cybernetic object (controlled object) object
object without feedback type of object (uncontrolled object) object
object influenced by gravity type of object object
object influenced by pressure type of object object
referent person or thing to which a linguistic expression or other symbol refers object
measure standard against which something can be judged; a criterion object
price object type of object object
energy transformer object
symmetrical object type of object object
asymmetrical object type of object object
space object object
encoder device, circuit, transducer, software program, algorithm or person that converts information from one format or code to another, for the purposes of standardization, speed or compression object
research object something that undergoes testing or observation in a scientific experiment object
concrete object object with a physical referent object
surrealist object object
elementary object object
duplicate object
banned object entity that has been censored by somebody object
object object in image processing object
abstract object object with no physical referents object
3D printed object item created via 3D printing process object
alternative item or means of completing a goal if the primary item or method fails or is not available object
world planet Earth and all life upon it, including human civilization object
being in itself self-contained and fully realized being of objects existence
Short Message Service Center network element in the mobile telephone network network element
unnamed lake body of water with no official nor generally agreed upon name untitled entity
untitled work of art art work that is untitled untitled entity
Seznamovací pobyt Dasein
concentrate form of substance which has had the majority of its base component (in the case of a liquid: the solvent) removed substance
Hhelp Online document converter converter
video scaler system which converts video signals from one display resolution to another converter
observer concept in physics converter
file format converter software that converts a digital file from one format to another converter
electric power converter term in physics converter
voice changer hardware device or software which changes the pitch or timbre of the user's voice converter
converter A refillable ink storage implement in a fountain pen. converter
current transformer current transformer converter
tool physical item that can be used to achieve a goal converter
meldpunt contact point
distance length of straight line that connects two points in a measurable space or in an observable physical space observable entity
religious experience Experience which has a strong, mystical character and a lasting impact on the subject qualia
emotion subjective, conscious experience characterised primarily by psychophysiological expressions, biological reactions, and mental states qualia
тачка anatomical entity
vocal apparatus set of organs participating in voice formation anatomical entity
tubercle Rounded outgrowth found on external or internal organs of plants or animals anatomical entity
calculus concretion of material, usually mineral salts, that forms in an organ or duct of the body anatomical entity
physical anatomical entity anatomical entity
non-physical anatomical entity anatomical entity
stressor cause of stress to an organism cause
multiple causes can be used as claim with P828 cause
failure cause defects in design, process, quality, or part application, which are the underlying cause of a failure or which initiate a process which leads to failure cause
aviation safety incident cause event or state which causes an aviation safety incident or accident cause
environmental factor any factor, whether abiotic or biotic, that influences living organisms in an ecosystem cause
end cause reason for an event, period, or term to end cause
single cause type of cause cause
cause of accident cause
signal passed at danger occurs when a train passes a stop signal without authority to do so cause
causes of World War I factors that led to the outbreak of World War I cause
determinants of health cause
Push and pull factors objective and subjective conditions that push an individual or a human group to migrate cause
cause of destruction cause
epidemiologic factor definable entities that can bring about a change in a health condition or other defined outcome cause
causes of the 2019 Hong Kong protests cause
causes of World War II the causes of World War II cause
speaking languages other than Esperanto is discouraged disincentive
Norse concept class of ideas that are part of Norse culture Norse entity
Norse cultural artifact cultural artifact believed to be of Norse provenance Norse entity
Norse legendary figure figure in Norse legend Norse entity
undeciphered writing system usually a written form of language that is not currently understood unknown
secrecy practice of hiding information unknown
concept of unknown value in Wikibase Wikibase data model concept, (*do not use in statements*) value given to a claim when we know there is a value for the property but don't know the value unknown
Incognito unknown person unknown
anonymous term used to describe the unknown creator of a work unknown
undeciphered language unknown
unknown composer author special purpose artist used with lyrics by (P676) and/or composer (P86) when IPI Name Number is 00288936400, 00053428783, 00396710530 , or 00258374538 unknown
unlocated exact location is unknown unknown
variable-order metaclass abstract entity representing classes whose instances may or may not be classes themselves (meta)class
fixed-order metaclass (meta)class
data catalog curated collection of metadata about datasets (meta)class
agent individual and identifiable entity capable of performing actions individual
individual person or a specific object individual
print work of art printed from a block or plate copy
offprint reproduction of a single article, chapter, or paper from a larger publication copy
artwork copy faithful reproduction of an artwork copy
Regesta copies of papal letters and official documents kept in the papal archives copy
facsimile copy or reproduction of an old book, manuscript, map, art print, or other item of historical value copy
blueprint document reproduction produced by using a contact print process on light-sensitive sheets copy
digital representation result of the digitalisation of an object copy
photocopy photographic reproduction copy
counterproof copy
hard copy printed or photographic material generated from a microform or digital source, usually refers to prints on paper, but the substrate may be of any material copy
brownprint (VanDyke) prints made on light-sensitized surfaces that produce white images on brown backgrounds. For brown images on neutral backgrounds use "brownline prints" or "sepia prints" copy
mirror exact copy of a data set in computing copy
couture copy copy of a haute couture design, reproduced under license by a custom dressmaker or the custom salon of a department store for a local retail market copy
stat copy made with a Photostat or similar machine copy
faithful reproduction of two-dimensional public domain work of art image that fuflils requirement of template:PD-Art copy
diazotype (copy) prints produced using a duplicating process in which images are produced by the effect of light on diazonium-sensitized materials, most often architectural or other technical drawings copy
Ferro-Gallic print print produced by the Ferro-Gallic printing process copy
Wikidata metaclass class of classes, class whose instances are classes class or metaclass of Wikidata ontology
Wikidata instance class class whose instances are never other classes, class which is not a metaclass class or metaclass of Wikidata ontology
life matter capable of extracting energy from the environment for replication being
state (general) the way in which something is at a given time being
superintelligence hypothetical agent that possesses intelligence far surpassing that of the brightest and most gifted human minds hypothetical entity
extraterrestrial lifeform that does not originate from Earth hypothetical entity
extraterrestrial life life that does not originate from Earth hypothetical entity
parallel universe hypothetical alternate universe that may be parallel to our universe hypothetical entity
narrative entity character that may or may not be fictional hypothetical entity
mythical entity entity that only exists in myth hypothetical entity
legendary battle battle that appears in legends but is not backed by history hypothetical entity
supernatural being kind of being from religion, mythology or folklore (for supernatural beings from a work of fiction see Q30061294) hypothetical entity
hypothetical scientific object object of science hypothetical entity
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mirror life hypothetical form of life with mirror-reflected molecular building blocks (proteins, nucleic acids, etc.) hypothetical entity
eyeball planet hypothetical type of tidally locked planet with spatial features resembling an eyeball hypothetical entity
extraterrestrial spacecraft spacecraft not originating from Earth hypothetical entity
vacuum airship hypothetical type of airship that contains a vacuum rather than a lighter-than-air gas hypothetical entity
hypothetical event event whose occurrence is posited, but not proven, or that is known to be counter to actual events hypothetical entity
cryptid creature or plant whose existence has been suggested but is not recognized by scientific consensus hypothetical entity
Firefighting blimp hypothetical entity
individual animal item with given name property
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continuous medium continuum
fenomeno phenomenon
physical phenomenon phenomenon of the material world phenomenon
gravity anomaly difference between the observed acceleration of a planet's gravity and a value predicted from a model phenomenon
paranormal phenomenon occurance described in non-scientific bodies of knowledge whose existence is described to lie beyond normal experience or scientific explanation phenomenon
barrel overheating phenomenon
phenomenon observable occurrence phenomenon
semiosis sign process phenomenon
linguistic phenomenon observable fact in a language phenomenon
ruins remains of human-made architecture artificial entity
artificial nails extensions placed over fingernails artificial entity
經濟產業大臣指定傳統的工藝品 artificial entity
computer system type of system incorporating digital computers artificial entity
human-geographic territorial entity territorial entity of which the borders are determined by physiographic and human features artificial entity
method path to knowledge artificial entity
metadata data about data artificial entity
winged words well-known fixed phrase artificial entity
core sample cylindrical section of a naturally occurring substance, usually obtained by drilling with special drills into the substance. artificial entity
wikibase data model possible value for a claim in Wikibase Data Model, no-value, some-value or the values defined by datatypes artificial entity
contributing object small scale objects usually of artistic nature, like monuments, sculptures and fountains classified by US national heritage artificial entity
pierced steel planking prefabricated surface material, primarily used for rapid runway and airport construction artificial entity
electronic game game that employs electronics to create an interactive system with which a player can play artificial entity
information object physical or electronic entity that contains information about a particular topic artificial entity
Reactable artificial entity
strand flowers flowers made of crêpe paper artificial entity
abandoned entity artificial entity
furnishing works that facilitate human activity and to provide for physical needs of people in or around a building generally by offering comfort, convenience, or protection artificial entity
artificial language language which emerge either in computer simulations between artificial agents, robot interactions or controlled psychological experiments with humans artificial entity
artefact artificial entity
work physical or virtual object made by humans artificial entity
design categorical abstraction of a created thing or things (the design of something) artificial entity
artificial tooth artificial entity
cloned mammal artificial entity
formal system any well-defined system of abstract thought based on the model of mathematics artificial entity
loan origination artificial entity
tracing cloth fine, thin cotton or linen cloth, coated on one or both sides with starch or a starch mixture, used especially by architects and designers for making tracings in ink or pencil artificial entity
artificial physical object physical object made or shaped by human hand artificial entity
artificial cave structure built by humans intended to imitate caves artificial entity
金工品 artificial entity
木工品 artificial entity
artificial intelligence intelligence demonstrated by machines, in contrast to the natural intelligence displayed by humans and animals artificial entity
textile material produced by twining, weaving, felting, knotting, or otherwise processing natural or synthetic fibers artificial entity
job activity done by a person to earn money work
senses hearing, sight, smell, taste, feel perception set
chemoreceptor specialized sensory receptor cell which responds to a chemical substance and sends a biological signal perception set
metacognition mental process perception set
umwelt biological foundations that lie at the very epicenter of the study of both communication and signification in the human [and non-human] animal perception set
nociception series of events required for an organism to receive a painful stimulus, convert it to a molecular signal, and recognize and characterize the signal perception set
somatosensory system complex system of sensory neurons and pathways that responds to changes at the surface or inside the body perception set
interoception sense of the internal state of the body perception set
speech perception perception set
transduction conversion of a sensory stimulus from one form to another perception set
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ingredient substance used in the preparation of food part of
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mainland continental part of any polity or the main island within an island nation part of
scene unit of drama part of
součástka part of
end termination of something part of
component smaller, self-contained part of a component entity (entity consisting of components) part of
row single, implicitly structured data item in a table in a relational database; every row in a table has the same structure (set of columns) part of
exterior exterior part of a three-dimensional object part of
module part of
course specific set of food items that are served together during a meal, all at the same time part of
tine spike on a tool or utensil part of
landscape element part of
canton top inner corner of a flag part of
ship element part of a ship part of
narrative motif literary term; any recurring element that has symbolic significance in a story part of
upper part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 (applies to part) part of
lower part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 (applies to part) part of
left part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 (applies to part) part of
right part item to be used as a value of qualifer P518 (applies to part) part of
middle item to be used as a value of P518 part of
cost centre part of
Dutchman short piece of material used for repairs part of
center the middle four squares (d4, d5, e4, e5) on a chessboard part of
tee stand used in golf to support a stationary ball so that the golfer can strike it part of
musical instrument part component used in the construction of a musical instrument part of
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chapter section of the text in a book part of
centrale kern part of
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portion unit of measurement part of
upper course upper part of river, between source and middle course part of
schoep part of
appurtenance term for what belongs to and goes with something else part of
moiety segment of a molecule part of
memory area subdivision of a computer memory having some specific purpose, capabilities or limitations part of
fairway golf part of
layer two-dimensional portion of the object part of
part of a MTG card one of the distinct areas of a Magic: The Gathering card part of
Ortsteil named subdivision or section of a human settlement in Germany part of
green golf course component part of
vignette short impressionistic scene that focuses on one moment or character part of
invariante sectie part of
central part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 (applies to part) part of
western part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 part of
eastern part item to be used as a value of qualifier P518 part of
northern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
southern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
southwestern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
southeastern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
northeastern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
northwestern part item to be used as a value of P518 part of
drill cuttings fragments of rock resulting from drilling part of
scene division of a film part of
costume component physical part of one or more classes of clothing part of
textile component part of a textile object part of
turn element of secondary structure in proteins where the polypeptide chain reverses its overall direction part of
graphic element element part of
interior inside part of a three-dimensional object part of
bicycle part part used in creating bicycles part of
driving range type of golf course part of
rough part of golf course part of
pleading in law, statement of a party's claims or defenses to another party's claims in a civil action part of
side in chess, either the a, b, c-files (the queenside) or the f, g, h-files (the kingside) part of
wire ferrule part of
part of the day part of
flexure in design engirneering, a flexible element (or combination of elements) engineered to be compliant in specific degrees of freedom part of
member of class (philosophy) member part of
sinusoidal component type of component part of
motorcycle fairing part of
half one of two usually roughly equal parts into which anything may be divided, or considered as divided part of
range part of an object that has numeric values part of
song component component part of
quaternion unit in a + bi + cj + dk where a, b, c, and d are real numbers, and i, j, and k are the fundamental quaternion units part of
act division or unit of a drama part of
часть фильма part of
saw blade sharp part of a saw part of
sample limited quantity of something which is intended to be similar to and represent a larger amount of that thing(s) (could be countable objects such as individual items available as units for sale, or a material not countable as individual items) part of
section of populated place inhabited territory part of
cam rotating or sliding piece in a mechanical linkage part of
part of a performing arts production part of a performing arts production consisting of several parts (e.g. several plays played on the same night) part of
beginning place where something begins part of
glacier terminus part of
building division element developed originally or primarily as portions of architecture, often adapted to other habitable spaces, such as in large vehicles, and often borrowed or imitated for structural or decorative use on other objects part of
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cuadro part of
table base part of a table part of
literary element constituent of all works of narrative fiction—a necessary feature of verbal storytelling that can be found in any written or spoken narrative part of
chapter regional section of a larger federation part of
Mast aft rig part of
scene video game feature in visual novels part of
act video game feature in visual novels part of
motif significant element of an artistic work, often recurring part of
municipal arrondissement of Marseille territorial subdivision of the municipality of Marseille part of
20th century part the part of an entity that has come into being in the 20th century part of
toy block part of a construction set part of
sector of Marseille municipal sector in France part of
part of a work part that a work consists of part of
《古今图书集成》的一卷 part of
《古今图书集成》的部 part of
《古今图书集成》的汇编 part of
《古今图书集成》的典 part of
historical region geographic or cultural region which existed in the past, that may or may not still exist. former entity
former constellation constellations that were once listed in European star maps but are no longer recognized by the IAU former entity
paleoatmosphere Paleoatmosphere Studies: Reconstruction of the relative source strengths of CO over the past 5000 years using the isotopes of carbon monoxide trapped in ice core bubbles. former entity
archaism use of a form of speech or writing that is no longer current or that is current only within a few special contexts former entity
former administrative territorial entity administrative division which is no longer in use former entity
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lost work work produced some time in the past of which no surviving copies are known to exist former entity
extinct species IUCN conservation category former entity
former protected area areas with canceled protection former entity
obsolete currency former entity
extinct language language that no longer has any speakers former entity
historical ethnic group former entity
historical geographic location countries known in remote history (as Byzantium) or former names of countries reflecting political changes in the 19th or 20th century (as East Germany) former entity
Discontinued merit badges former entity
extinct Kannada literature former entity
extinct radionuclide former entity
defunct organization defunct, destroyed, demolished, or discontinued organizations, establishments, groups, etc. former entity
presumed extinct species NatureServe conservation category former entity
possibly extinct species NatureServe conservation category former entity
palaeogeographical object former entity
former statistical territorial entity statistical division which is no longer in use former entity
undifferentiated identifier value identifier value that is undifferentiated (use as a value for qualifier P2241 on deprecated statement) former entity
eradicated disease disease whose prevalence in the global host population has been reduced to zero former entity
former names historic names of entities that are no longer (officially) used former entity
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former periodical defunct periodical (journal, magazine, newspaper, etc) that is not published any more former entity
environmental resource resource
energy source sources of energy resource
natural resource production resources resource
Human material people who make up the workforce of an organization, business sector, or economy resource
information resource type of resource resource
land resource area of land used for producing goods, services, or that provides supplies or reserves resource
Health Care Facilities, Manpower, and Services services and resources provided in the delivery of health care resource
asset economic resource, from which future economic benefits are expected resource
real estate legal term; property consisting of land and the buildings on it property
Bloot eigenaar property of a real estate or of a land, without necessarily that of its enjoyment (or usufruct) property
treasury department of an organisation related to finance property
imperial property property
intellectual property legal concept property
commercial property buildings or land intended to generate a profit, either from capital gain or rental income property
school grounds entire property, including built-up and undeveloped areas, on which a school is located property
condominium form of housing tenure and other real property property
Kirchengut property
deposit in politics property
estate all belongings of a person or entity property
state property type of property property
concurrent estate ownership of property by two or more individuals property
condominium property
reserve part of the real domain that a feudal lord does not concess and that he has the full property and responsability, in order to exploit it directly and independantly for his own profit, without any obligation or counterpart property
личная собственность property
Tenants' rights rights for tenants of land or property property
public capital property
personal property legal concept property
deposit making a cash deposit in a financial institution property
muurgemeenheid property
private property legal designation of the ownership of property by non-governmental legal entities property
gemene gracht property
Liegenschaft property
public property subset of state property for use of the public property
noncontributing property component that does not add to the historical integrity or architectural qualities that make a U.S. historic district significant property
contributing property component that adds to the historical integrity or architectural qualities of a historic district in the United States property
tangible property property which can be touched property
landed property property that generates income for the owner without the owner having to do the actual work of the estate property
estate in land the ownership of land or arable land property
man-eater animal that feasts on human flesh creature
organism any contiguous alive physical entity; entity or being that is living; an individual living thing, such as one animal, plant, fungus, or bacterium creature
lessee person or entity that holds the lease of a property economic entity
influence causal factor disposition
attitude expression of favor or disfavor toward a person, place, thing, or event disposition
physiological condition conditions of the external or internal milieu that may occur in nature for that organism disposition
humor tendency of particular cognitive experiences to provoke laughter and provide amusement disposition

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