|functional origins (n.)|
|Applies to||systems, headmates, system functions|
Functional origins are a subset of origin terms that modify an origin or describe the relationship a system or headmate has with their origins; for example, Isoscegenic describes that multiple things caused a system to form, but one more than others.
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Descriptive origins are the complementary subset that describe the specific cause of a system's or headmate's formation.