Alienate (verb)

  1. To cause to be estranged.
  2. To make unfriendly, hostile, or indifferent especially where attachment formerly existed.
  3. To convey or transfer (something, such as property or a right) usually by a specific act rather than the due course of law.
  4. To cause to be withdrawn or diverted.

The emotion of Alienation is found in the Spleen meridian in the Earth element.

Definition from Dictionary by Merriam-Webster.