ord-, ordinato-, -ordin-, -ordinate, -ordinating, -ordinated

(Latin: order, in order; in a row, regular series, class, rank)

subordination (s) (noun), subordinations (pl)
An act of giving someone or something less importance or power: Kelsey notices that society can still be described as being of male domination and female subordination.
uncoordinated (adjective), more uncoordinated, most uncoordinated
1. Related to someone or something that is badly organized or not properly planned.
2. A person who is clumsy in his or her movements: Ben's uncoordinated body movement resulted in his falling an fracturing four ribs on each side of his body plus cuts and bruises on his right arm and the bottom of his backside.