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lujvo g1=v3 registers c2 with user-name c1 on system/application c3. Cf. cmene, vreji, gasnu, cmiveigau, cmisau, plivei, plicme, japyvla.
lujvo x1 is a morphologically defined name word meaning x2 in language x3. In Lojban, such words are characterized by ending with a consonant. In Lojban, a cmevla may only consist of a single word, whereas a cmene can consist of one or multiple words, which may be cmevla. See also vlaturge'a.
lujvo g1=v3 registers c1 as a member of c2, registration preserved in medium x3=v4. Cf. cmima, vreji, gasnu, cmeveigau, cmisau, plivei.
gismu rafsi: cmo co'i x1 utters moan/groan/howl/scream [non-linguistic utterance] x2 expressing x3 (property). Also shriek, most animal sounds, e.g. bark, cackle, meow, neigh, moo, honk, baa, crow. See also krixa, bacru, cusku, cortu.
gismu rafsi: nin ni'o x1 is new/unfamiliar/novel to observer x2 in feature x3 (ka) by standard x4; x1 is a novelty. See also nuzba, slabu, citno, se djuno.
gismu rafsi: nit ni'a x1 is directly/vertically beneath/below/under/underneath/down from x2 in frame of reference x3. Also underside, nether. See also dizlo, gapru, galtu, farna, loldi.
fu'ivla x1 cancels upvote-or-downvote for / "unlikes" x2 in system x3 Refers to systems (chiefly on the Internet) that keep a running tally of approval-votes, and sometimes disapproval-votes as well. See ma'udzau, ni'udzau, adzau, nildzau, kansele, co'u
gismu rafsi: ctu x1 teaches audience x2 ideas/methods/lore x3 (du'u) about subject(s) x4 by method x5 (event). Also instruct, instructor, educate, educator, teacher, professor, pedagogue; (adjective:) x1/x5 is pedagogical. See also ckule, cilre, tadni.
lujvo ci1 is an education system interrelated by administrative policies ci2 among institutions ci3=ct1 displaying quality ci4. Cf. ctuca, cilre, tadni, ckule, balcu'e, ma'urcu'e.
lujvo cu1=ct1 is a textbook for teaching ideas/methods ct3 (du'u), by author cu3 for audience cu4=ct2 about subject(s) ct4 by method ct5, preserved in medium cu5. Cf. clinoi, ckule.
lujvo f1 is a lesson by c1 for teaching audience c2 ideas/methods/lore c3 (du'u) about subject(s) c4 by method c5 (event). *naljvajvo warning! Please use nunctu instead* Cf. ckule, balcu'e, ctucku.
gismu rafsi: cuk x1 is round/circular [2-dimensional shape/form]; x1 is a disk/circle/ring. Normally used for a filled-in circle/disk, but emphasis on roundness means that the concept may include 'ring'. See also djine, ranji, bolci, tarmi.
lujvo v4=m1=c1 is a computer disk/hard disk/floppy disk storing v2 (data/facts/du'u) about v3 (object/event) in file(s) v1. Cf. vreji, datni, skami, makyvelvei, srimakyvelvei, cukmirvelvei.
lujvo v4=m1=c1 is a compact disc/optical disc storing v2 (data/facts/du'u) about v3 (object/event) in file(s) v1. Cf. vreji, datni, skami, cukmakyvelvei, cukyku'ovelvei, srimakyvelvei.
lujvo n1 is a sales lead/opportunity for v1 to sell v2 to v3 for amount v4. Cf. cumki, nu, vecnu, vencu'u, velventerzu'e.
gismu rafsi: cur x1 is a worm/invertebrate animal of species/breed x2. Also mollusk, snail (= cakcurnu), shellfish (= xaskemcakcurnu, xaskemcakydja); the generalization to invertebrate is because many multicellular invertebrates are indeed wormlike. See also since, silka.