A headache-inducing attempt at deriving vocabulary with James Ruggles’s Universal Language:
"Sexual inclination-course [or direction]"
The abbreviation “UNL” stands for “unlimited”, a special type of determiner used for categories and concepts.
And I just cannot figure out what that <z> represents - it seems to be a sort of epenthetic phoneme or interfix that’s always found in nouns between the root and the determiner - but does that mean it’s a null morpheme, or what marks a noun as a noun? After all, it’s not found in adnouns (as Ruggles terms the category generally covering what we call adjectives), like “seksxn”.
Also, this isn’t a true compound - <ovs> is a sort of affixed pronoun indicating course or direction, not an independent root.