From Pluralpedia, the collaborative plurality dictionary
endurative (n.)
Applies toheadmates
CoinerWovenHarakekeSystem (With wording assistance)

An endurative is the result of fusing or splitting system member(s) wherein the first component member remains. This could be likened to mitosis, when the cell divides, but the first cell still exists and does not become a new one.

In the context of splitting, the first component member may split multiple enduratives at once.

In both fusion and splitting, the enduratives may appear to function in a similar way to the first components. They may appear to have parts of the first components within themselves in a similar way to other fusions/splits.

Endurative comes from the word "endure" meaning "remain in existence; last."

Related Terms[edit | edit source]

Ecliptives are the result of a system member splitting/shattering completely without their identity being retained.

A sequien is the result of fusion that does not retain the identity of any of the prior members.