Ah yes, this is something I've been wondering about!

Latenkwa (Rick Morneau's MT IL) has two prefixes for 'absence' and 'opposite'.
My loglang Kel uses no for absence and na for opposites. Look at this excerpt
from the grammar of my loglang:

"... Binary opposites are those opposites where anything that is 'not X'
is 'the opposite of X'; binary opposites are formed with the modifier
na 'opposite of'. The modifier no means 'not X but not necessarily Y': no
maye 'not good' does not necessarily mean 'bad'."

Thus: maye 'good' -> na maye 'bad'.

But how do you express things like the following...?
stove -> non-stove (= absence of stove)
refrigerator (= opposite-stove) -> non-refrigerator (= absence opposite-stove)

Should I say no na - combining "absence of" and "opposite of" - to say 'non-


LOL, Andreas. Good one :)