(Latin: other, another)

inalienable (adjective), more inalienable, most inalienable
1. Insusceptible ot being taken or given away from the owner: One inalienable right of a person is the freedom of religion.
2. Relating to anything that is incapable of being repudiated or transferred to another person, etc.: That which is referred to as inalienable cannot be bought, sold, or transferred from one individual to another.

The personal rights to life and liberty guaranteed by the Constitution of the United States are inalienable.

Similarly, there are various types of inalienable property, such as rivers, streams, and highways.

inalienably (adverb), more inalienably, most inalienably
1. Descriptive of how something cannot be taken away from anyone: There are rights that are inalienably secured for citizens of a country.
2. Relating to how something cannot be surrendered or transferred to another person: Joan read in a book that a person's body and feelings are at least two things that are inalienably his or her very own.
unalienable (adjective), more unalienable, most unalienableCo
Characteristic of not being separated, given away, or taken away: Some unalienable rights of people are liberty, freedom of speech and religion, and the quest for happiness.

Inter-related cross references, directly or indirectly, involving word units meaning "another, other, different, alternating, changing": allo-; alter-; allelo-; hetero-; mut-; poikilo-; reciproc-; vari-.