x1 (vector) is the differintegral (with respect to time) of order x2 of the displacement of x3 (object/point) relative to x4 (object/point/frame of reference; contextless default: origin) in coordinate system/frame of reference/as measured by x5 according to definition/standard/(meta)physics x6, taken with starting point x7
This word uses two experimental gismu (one with an experimental rafsi): nicfa and salri. If x2 is negative, then x1 is a time-derivative (velocity, acceleration, jerk, etc. (for whole number values)); if it is positive, then x1 is a time-integral (moments); if it is 0, then x1 is displacement itself. The first and last options are the most common. All differintegrals are based on displacement, rather than one of its differintegrals. x1 is vector-valued.