x_{1} is a (general(ized)) heirarchical/pyramidal/directed tree-graph structure on underlying set x_{2} via partial ordering relation x_{3} (see notes for default properties).

x_{3} is, by default, such that the direction is from the common ancestor, root, or superior to each of its descendants, children nodes (ultimately: leaves), or inferiors. Combine with familial terms for generalized analogs of those terms (this word representing a generalized family tree); for example: "2 via relation/partial ordering x_{3}; x_{1} is either (in a narrow sense) a direct subordinate of the direct boss/superior/manager of x_{2}'s direct boss/superior/manager, or is (in a broader sense) an equal-level co-worker of x_{2}'s direct boss/superior/manager (no matter the exact relation).">jibytreicyfamti" for "work-heirarchy aunt/uncle". See also: "grafu", "tseingu", "lanzu", ".utka"; like "grafnseljimca", but more focussed on the heirarchical structure/relations and less on the mathenatical network or its properties (also, this word is inherently directed).

- jibytreicyfamti
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_{1}is work-heirarchy "uncle/aunt" of x_{2}via relation/partial ordering x_{3}; x_{1}is either (in a narrow sense) a direct subordinate of the direct boss/superior/manager of x_{2}'s direct boss/superior/manager, or is (in a broader sense) an equal-level co-worker of x_{2}'s direct boss/superior/manager (no matter the exact relation). - treicytunba
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_{1}is of the same rank/generation in hierarchical structure x_{2}by standard/partial ordering/relationships x_{3}. - dzu'enba
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_{1}and x_{2}are mutual sibling nodes in a directed tree graph x_{6}such that their shared parent node(s) x_{5}is/are the most-recent common direct ancestor of x_{3}and x_{4}, such that x_{1}is a direct ancestor of or simply is x_{3}(as the case may be), and such that x_{2}is a direct ancestor of or simply is x_{4}(as the case may be), all according to tree ordering relation x_{7}.