From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
embelian (n.)
Other formsembelic (adj.)
Applies tosystems, headmates, system functions

An embelian is a unitian in which individual members already existed before the unit as separate members, and only unify under certain circumstances, often willingly.[1] Because of this, they may be together often, or hardly at all, depending on if it’s currently needed.

Members in embelians may not be part of the same subsystem/layer/etc., and may or may not have any relation to each other outside of their embelian.

The adjective form is "embelic” and can be used to describe systems as well (ex: an embelic subsystem).

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The terms sevarian, pazlian, and condrian also fall under unitian.

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