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lujvo x1 (si'o / proposed-or-existing cmavo) deserves a monosyllabic cmavo x2, even though language x3 (default Lojban) is running out of cmavo space, because of letteral-manipulation cmavo x4 and other-rarely-used cmavo x5, and it must have that monosyllabic cmavo at time x6 (default: lo ca'abna), [insert expletive x7 (default zo mabla)] it! u'ivla. See gimy'inda
gismu x1 is a/the clitoris/penis [projecting reproductive organ; body-part] of x2. Normally context eliminates need for specificity; otherwise: penis (= nakpinji), clitoris (= fetpinji). See also cinse, gletu, vibna, plibu, vlagi, mabla, ganti.
fu'ivla p1 (agent) drinks/imbibes latte refreshment p2 [caffelatte/(masala) chai latte/mate latte/matcha latte] from/out-of container/source p3. x2 could be any hot beverage with milk. Specifically calling people "latte drinkers" (=le'e pixrlate; stereotypical) has become a common political attack in Western cultures. For non-cultural specific usage: coffee with hot milk (=glaladyckafi). See also: kaffelatte (=kafrlate), chai latte (=tcatrmasala be lo ladru; pixrlate be lo tcatrmasala).
lujvo g1=s1=p1 is a pome [fruit] of species/strain g2. In botany, a pome (after the Latin word for fruit: pōmum) is a type of fruit (=grute) produced by flowering plants in the subtribe Malinae of the family Rosaceae. The best-known example of a pome is the apple (=plise). See also: plants in the subtribe Malinae of the family Rosaceae (=plisysmispa).
gismu rafsi: plo x1 (force) folds/creases x2 at locus/loci/forming crease(s)/bend(s) x3. For agentive folding (= plogau, plozu'e); use cardinal-value sumti in x3, or rapli, to indicate multiple folds. See also korcu, cinje, boxfo, boxna.
fu'ivla x1 is a prawn/shrimp [freshwater specimens/species only] of taxon/species/type x2 The term "prawn" is imprecise in English; in Lojban, this word refers to any and only decapod, stalk-eyed, narrow-abdomenned, muscularly-betailed, slender-legged, long-whiskered crustaceans with elongated bodies, that lives in freshwater, and the primary mode of locomotion of which is by swimming (especially propelled by swimmerets); the word is not taxonomic. See also: crimpui
gismu rafsi: rav x1 is located across/on the other side of gap/boundary x2 from x3; x1 is opposite (fi) x3. Also: x1 is over there (across/beyond zo'e); directly across/beyond a boundary/gap, generally at the shortest plausible distance on the other side of the boundary. See also dukti, kuspe, bancu, kruca, cripu, pagre.
gismu rafsi: ram x1 is a myth/legend, a culturally significant story about x2 in mythos x3 of culture x4. Also: x1 is mythical/fairy tale; used adjectivally for non-humanoid creatures (= ramda'u) of story/myth/legend/religion, e.g. dragon; fairy tale (= veryranmi). See also lijda, lisri, crida.
fu'ivla x1 is recursively related to x2 by applying x3 (number) levels-of-recursion of the predicate-relation x4 (ka with two ce'u) Short form: efku. tanru example for common usage: the day three days from now (tomorrow's tomorrow's tomorrow) -> lo bavlamdei refkusi be fi li ci . Cf. krefu, rapli, refkusi
lujvo p1 is the second closest planet (default is Venus if p2 is the Sun) revolving around p2 (default is the Sun), with planetary characteristics p3, orbital parameters p4. Cf. relplin, pavyplini, cibyplini etc.; see also terdi, solri, mluni, lunra, plinycma, tarci'e.
gismu rafsi: rev re'i x1 survives/endures/undergoes/abides/lasts/persists through x2 for interval/duration x3. Also lasts out, withstands; x1 persists/lasts for duration x3; (adjective:) x1 is tough/durable. See also ranji, kuspe, randa, lifri, stali, temci.
fu'ivla x1 is a plum/peach/cherry/apricot/sloe tree of species/variety x2. See also: smela (syn.), rutrprunu, flaume, persika, rutrceraso, birkoku, frambesi, fragari, plise, rozgu
obsolete fu'ivla c1 is a dwarf [mythology/fantasy] of mythology c2. A mythological being that dwells in mountains and in the earth, and is associated with wisdom, smithing, mining, and crafting. Scholars dispute the size of the Norse nature spirit, the Dvergr. As Tolkien was inspired by the dwarves of Norse myths and dwarves of Germanic folklore, this word could be used to refer to the dwarfs of the fictional universe Middle-Earth (Khazad) as well, and possibly of other fantasy universes. The fu'ivla derived from Old Norse: dvergar; Old English: dweorg; Old High German: twerg.
lujvo s1=c1 is a green plant/viridiplantae/viridiphyta/chlorobionta/plantae sensu strictu of species/strain/cultivar s2 This group includes the land plants plus various groups of green algae, including stoneworts. The names given to these groups vary considerably as of July 2011. Viridiplantae encompass a group of organisms that possess chlorophyll a and b, have plastids that are bound by only two membranes, are capable of storing starch, and have cellulose in their cell walls.
gismu rafsi: ri'e x1 is a river of land mass x2, draining watershed x3 into x4/terminating at x4. (cf. flecu, senta for most metaphorical aspects; daplu, djacu, lalxu, xamsi, rinci, naxle)
gismu rafsi: ri'i x1 is a rite/ceremony/ritual for purpose/goal x2, by custom/in community x3, with form/rules x4. [also: x1 is formal, Legal. x1 is 'going through the motions']; x4 constraints/customs; See also lijda, malsi, flalu, javni, tcaci, clite, junri.