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gismu rafsi: ros ro'a x1 is prose about plot/theme/subject x2 by author x3 for intended audience x4. Non-poetic written text, without intentional rhyme or meter; x2 may be a convention rather than a subject. See also cfika, lisri, cukta, pemci, finti.
gismu rafsi: ruc ru'e x1 is a process with inputs x2, outputs/results x3, passing through steps/stages x4. x2 resource (= selru'e, but also ru'etci, (ru'er-/ruc- or selru'e-/selruc- modifying:) selxaksu, selsabji, livla). See also cmavo list pu'e, farvi, tadji, grute, tcini.
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: 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.
gismu rafsi: riv x1 avoids/evades/shuns/escapes/skirts [fate] x2 (event) through action/state x3 (event). Also detours around, stays away from; (x1 is normally an object, but may be an event). See also bandu which is not necessarily successful, fanta, which is agentive, se jersi which implies an opposing agent, sisku, kalte, fapro.
gismu rafsi: ror x1 engenders/procreates/begets x2 with coparent x3. See also grute, gutra, rirni, se panzi, mamta, patfu, tarbi, bersa, ferti, jbena, sovda.
lujvo j1 is an adress of / are co-ordinates of computer system / computerized thing j2=s1 in system j3; computerized thing has purpose s2. Normally, s2 might be dropped, but it's very useful to be able to point out if this is a samymri address or a ueb address. Made from skami + judri.
gismu rafsi: sag sa'a x1 sings/chants x2 [song/hymn/melody/melodic sounds] to audience x3. Melody (= sagzgi, ralsagzgi), harmony (= saxsagzgi), harmonize/sing harmony (= saxsa'a), song (= selsa'a). See also pemci, rimni, rilti, siclu.
gismu rafsi: ske x1 (mass of facts) is science of/about subject matter x2 based on methodology x3. Not limited to science as derived by the scientific method, but pertaining to any body of usually-coherent knowledge garnered/gathered/assembled by a consistent methodology. See also datni, fatci, djuno, cipra, pensi, jimpe.
lujvo k1=jm1=ji3 is a kingdom [biology] of domain [biology] k2. For biological cathegory in general (=ji'eske klesi), domain (=?), kingdom (=this definition), phylum (=jicymivykle), class (=xeljutsi), order (=veljutsi), family (=terjutsi), genus (=seljutsi), species (=jutsi).
gismu rafsi: set x1 is a layer/stratum [shape/form] of x2 [material] within structure/continuum/composite x3. See also flecu, nenri, rirxe, sepli, snuji, jbini, bitmu, sruri, serti.
gismu rafsi: sib si'o x1 (idea abstract) is an idea/concept/thought about x2 (object/abstract) by thinker x3. Also (adjective:) x1 is ideal/ideational. See also ciksi, jijnu, mucti, jinvi, nabmi, pensi, xanri, cmavo list si'o.
experimental gismu x1 is the standard variation of/in data set/distribution x2; x1 is the quantified (in)accuracy of the results x2 given by some observation or measurement (procedure), calculated from/by standard x3 Technically, there really is only one possible standard deviation, but in practice, it is often approximate via some means x3 (such as assuming that the distribution is Gaussian, even if it actually is only a finite data sample x2).