zifyvlavelvi'u
lujvo x_{1} (quote) is the noncategorizer and nonhyphen remainder of zi'evla/fu'ivla x_{2} (quote), with properties/form x_{3} in language [of zi'evla] x_{4} Quotation may be improper. This is the part of the zi'evla that carries the specific meaning of the word; in stage4 fu'ivla, the entirety of the word is this remainder; the categorizer rafsi and hyphen letter(s) are not included. See also: zifyvlaklerafsi


zilbri
lujvo x_{1} (predicate) is true when applied to argument list x_{2} (sequence) Synonymous to brije'u. The x1 slot can be filled with a property/relation (ka) whose number of free slots match the length of the sequence x2. It can also be filled with a bridi abstraction (du'u) —nullary predicate—, in which case the x2 should be the empty set or possibly zi'o. See also bridi.


zmadu


zmaraimecna'u
lujvo x_{1} (number) is the infimum of set x_{2} under (partial) ordering x_{3} x2 must be a set; although it is standard (and lazy) mathematical practice to speak of "the infimum of a function" (including sequences) in some domain or to constrain the infimum with respect to certain variables in some way, all of these features can and ought to be constraints defining the set of which the infimum is taken; in Lojban, no leeway is given toward such sloppiness. See also: mecraizmana'u, nacmecrai.


zo si si zei fa'o
obsolete zeilujvo x_{1} is a nonsense zeilujvo using parts x_{2}, silly by standard x_{3}. This lujvo parses in jbofi'e as an artifact of how high precedence zei is, and how zo erasure works. Specifically, [zo WORD si] has not erased the entire zo clause but has killed zo's "magic". fa'o and quoted si are replaceable, but thrown in for fun, to have a full magicword lujvo.


zunti


be'ei'oi
experimental cmavo ternary mekso operator: x_{1}th Bergelson multiplicative interval with exponents bounded from above by function x_{2} and with sequence of shifts x_{3}, where exponents belong to set x_{4} x1 must be a positive integer. x2 must be a strictly monotonic increasing function mapping from all of the positive integers to a subset (not necessarily proper) thereof. x3 must be a sequence of natural numbers. x2 without context will default to the same value as x1 (it is simple linear on the set of positive integers), x3 without context will be a sequence all and only of 1's, x4 without context defaults to the set of all nonnegative integers. Let p_i be a prime for all i, with p_{1} = 2 and the ith prime (in the normal monotonic increasing order) being p_i. Let all other symbols match the aforementioned conditions. Represent the nth term of the sequence x3 by x3_n; represent the function in x2 being applied to the number m by x2(m). Then x1 be'ei'oi x2 boi x3 boi x4 produces the set of all numbers of the form x3_(x1) * (p_{1})^(e_{1}) *...* (p_(x1))^(e_(x1)), where e_j belongs to the intersection of the interval [0, x2(x1)] with x4.


brivlasmicme
lujvo c_{1}=s_{1} (quoted word(s)) is a name of c_{2} used by c_{3} that morphologically [loose] evokes/is similar to/is a brivla bv_{1}=s_{2} (text; may be multiple words), similar in property/quality[/amount?] s_{3} (ka/ni), in language x_{6} s3 will likely just be morphological structure. Strict brivlacme are a subclass of brivlasmicme. The name must "look like" a (sequence of) brivla (according to rules for language x6), but need not exactly follow the morphological requirements thereof (in particular, c1 may end with a consonant in Lojban). See also: brivlacme (a specialization); jvosmicme (a different specialization that is analogous but restricted to Lojbanic lujvo). Language is specified to be x6 rather than bv_n because the definition for brivla has not yet gained consensus and this particular terbri is dependent thereupon.


centi
gismu rafsi: cen x_{1} is a hundredth [1/100; 10^{2}] of x_{2} in dimension/aspect x_{3} (default is units). See also grake, mitre, snidu, stero, delno, molro, kelvo, xampo, gradu, litce, merli, decti, dekto, femti, gigdo, gocti, gotro, kilto, megdo, mikri, milti, nanvi, petso, picti, terto, xatsi, xecto, xexso, zepti, zetro.


ciksi
gismu rafsi: cki x_{1} (person) explains x_{2} (event/state/property) to x_{3} with explanation x_{4} (du'u). Explanation x_{4} is an underlying mechanism/details/purpose/method for x_{2} (= velcki for reordered places), generally assumed to be nonobvious; metaphorical usage with the various causal relations (i.e. jalge, mukti, krinu, rinka, nibli, zukte) is possible, but the nonobviousness, and the existence of an explainer with a point of view makes this word not a simple expression of cause. See also cipra, danfu, jalge, jinvi, krinu, mukti, nabmi, preti, rinka, sidbo, zukte, tavla.


digno
experimental gismu x_{1} is aligned diagonally along/between nonadjacent vertices x_{2} as in polytope x_{3}; x_{1} is a diagonal line segment/linear manifold of lower dimension as viewed in frame of reference x_{3}; x_{1} is crooked (one sense), skew (one sense, see notes), offkilter (one sense), away from center/offcenter, nonorthogonal/not perpendicular nor parallel, at an angle, perhaps nonvertical and nonhorizontal, diagonal to x_{2} in figure/coordinate system x_{3}. Not for use in: entries of tensors/matrices (confer: daigno), certain geometric meanings (such as with Cartesian products), etc. Only for purely 'visual' geometric objects/figures/frames. The polytope in question need not actually be 'drawn'; an oriented frame of reference naturally 'projects' a polytopic sense onto all objects. x1 can be any linear manifold of lower dimension than the space in which it is embedded (defined by x3). The skewness is not relative to another linear manifold in some higherdimensional space (the usual definition of "skew" in geometry)  it is simply a skewness (in a layperson sense) relative to points in a figure or axis in a coordinate system. Proposed by Gleki.


dunda
gismu rafsi: dud du'a x_{1} [donor] gives/donates gift/present x_{2} to recipient/beneficiary x_{3} [without payment/exchange]. Also grants; x_{3} is a receiver (= terdu'a for reordered places); the Lojban doesn't distinguish between or imply possession transfer or sharing; x_{2} may be a specific object, a commodity (mass), an event, or a property; pedantically, for objects/commodities, this is sumtiraising from ownership of the object/commodity (= posydu'a, posyseldu'a for unambiguous semantics). See also benji, muvdu, canja, pleji, vecnu, friti, sfasa, dapma, cnemu, prali.


ganse
gismu rafsi: gas ga'e x_{1} [observer] senses/detects/notices stimulus x_{2} (object/nu) by means x_{3} under conditions x_{4}. x_{1} is sensitive to x_{2}; also feels, spots, perceives, makes out, discerns/recognizes (but only implying reaction without necessarily any significant mental processing); note that the emphasis is on a property which stimulates x_{1} and is detected (sanji is passive about the sensing, and is not limited to sensory input, as well as presuming some kind of discernment/recognition, while not being concerned with the means of detection); x_{3} sense/sensory channel. See also pencu, sanji, viska, sumne, tirna, zgana, canci, simlu.


grafu
experimental gismu x_{1} is the graph on vertices/nodes x_{2} (set) and edges x_{3} (set of ordered tuples of vertices in x_{2}) and with additional properties x_{4}. A "web"/"network". An element of x2 is a "place" in a more generic/abstract/metaphoric sense than spatial; must be discrete. Thus, webpages, family diagrams, lattices, pages in a book, cities and roadways on a map, etc. constitute graphs. x1 also includes trees. Notice that both x2 and x3 are sets; a member of x3 is an orderedmember of x3 is an ordered tuple, but the order only matters if x1 is oriented, in which case the edge connects from the first node in the tuple to the second node in the tuple (there should only be two entries in the tuple) tuple, but the order only matters if x1 is oriented, in which case the edge connects from the first node in the tuple to the second node in the tuple (there should only be two entries in the tuple). x4 can include defining features, weights, etc. Equivalent to grafetu (which is merely the fu'ivla form of this word); very similar to tcana.


gugle
experimental gismu x_{1} searches network or collection of information/data/facts, etc. (especially the Internet) for information on topic/quote x_{2} using service/tool/search resource/function x_{3} provided by (host, company, etc.) x_{4} with accessed information sources (websites, network, documents, books, etc.) x_{5}. x_{3} is a search engine that provides information/resource/output on topic/query x_{2} by way of organized and (semi)automated/quick information search through many providers/sources of information including x_{5}, with search service provided by x_{4} and provided to/used by/accessible to (potential or actual) user x_{1} (who does not actually perform the initial search/sorting/recruiting of information). x_{4} is a search engine service provider able to present search results via service/tool x_{3}. Key word search, academic search, picture search, video search, map search, etc. can be expressed by x3; the algorithm and other means of searching through, organizing and ranking, and presenting the massive amount of information (provided by x5) may likewise be expressed by x3 (in brief). The creation and/or use of this word does not endorse Google or any other search engine service provider. Proposed short rafsi form: –gul–. See also: valfa


incita
fu'ivla x_{1} (text) is an adposition expressing relation x_{2} (property of nonce place, has places for ce'u referring to members of x_{3}) and connecting members of the set x_{3} (ordered group of text) The first member of x_{3} is what follows after the adposition (unless co is used) and is usually called 'complement' or 'argument'. The second member of x_{3} can sometimes be called 'noun phrase of adposition'; it can e.g. be the current clause (lo bridi), x_{1} of it, x_{2} of it etc. x_{3} doesn't need to represent the full specification, only the first member can be specified. To specify both members ce'o can be used. See also bridi, sumti, sumtcita
