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sumdaiklei
fu'ivla x1 (mass) is the object type of argument object x2, as defined by property x3 (ka) See sumdai, kleinzu. Examples of Lojban sumdaiklei: nundumu, du'umdu, li'imdu, sidbo (= si'omdu), zilkai, su'umdu, nildumu
tadji
gismu x1 [process] is a method/technique/approach/means for doing x2 (event) under conditions x3. Also practice/way/mode; style/manner/conduct (= tratadji); pattern (= montadji, tadjymo'a, or platadji, tadjypla). See also ciste, pruce, zukte, pluta, cmavo list ta'i.
tanruselskiski
fu'ivla x1 is a selskiski-style (noun-adjective) / military-style tanru with x2 modifying x3, giving meaning x4 in usage/instance x5 See tanru. Refers to "selskiski" type tanru: http://mw.lojban.org/papri/selskiski ; may also be used to describe languages where this is the normal style of compound words (e.g. Latin, French, Spanish, Malay). See tanruskiselski, ke'oi, ke'e'u
tcaci
gismu rafsi: cac x1 is a custom/habit/[ritual/rut] of x2 under conditions x3. Also: x1 is customary/usual/the practice. See also fadni, kampu, lakne, jinzi, ckaji, cnano, tarti, ritli, javni, zekri.
tcebra
lujvo b1=m1 is huge/enormous/very big in property b2 with criterion b3. mutce+barda. See also: brabra, caibra, selte'abra, dukse, cimni, camganra; antonym: cmacma.
tcekitaujau
fu'ivla x1 is the "ce ki tau jau" dialect of Lojban, used by x2 to communicate x3 (si'o/du'u) Place structure based on bangu. Refers to a dialect of Lojban that swaps certain longer, common, cmavo with shorter, rarer, cmavo: see http://mw.lojban.org/papri/ce_ki_tau_jau. Use of this dialect can be marked with "jo'au tcekitaujau". Also see tcekitaujei.
tcekitaujei
fu'ivla x1 is the "ce ki tau jei" dialect of Lojban, used by x2 to communicate x3 (si'o/du'u) Place structure based on bangu. Refers to a variant of the "ce ki tau jau" (tcekitaujau) dialect that differs on what jo'u is swapped with: see http://mw.lojban.org/papri/ce_ki_tau_jau. Use of this dialect can be marked with "jo'au tcekitaujei"
te'au'u
experimental cmavo mekso ternary operator: Knuth up-arrow notation: a \textasciicircum{}…\textasciicircum{} b with c-2 arrows ("\textasciicircum{}") initially, evaluated from right to left; the cth hyperoperator on a by b c must be a nonnegative integer. c=0 is the lowest-order hyperoperator in the structure. Thus, for integers: c=0 is succession of/on b (in which case a can be omitted or be any number), c=1 is addition, c=2 is multiplication, c=3 is exponentiation, c=4 is tetration, etc. Notice that right-grouping is in effect for all c; thus x*(y*z) is calculated, rather than (x*y)*z.
tefsujme'o
lujvo m1 is a polynomial function in variable t2=s2 of degree (maximum power with nonzero coefficient) t3 interpreted by rules m2 m2 can include (but is not limited to) information about the underlying formal polynomial and/or ring of definition, steps of addition series (which terms are being summed), and input domain of the function. t2 is a variable of input (no longer an indeterminant, as it is for the underlying formal polynomial). See also: cpolinomi'a
temci
gismu rafsi: tem tei x1 is the time-duration/interval/period/[elapsed time] from time/event x2 to time/event x3. Also age/elapsed time (= niltei). See also cacra, cedra, citsi, ranji, tcika, junla, renvi.
temse
experimental gismu x1 (event) is timelike-separated from x2 (event) under signal means/in universe/by information channel (parametrization) x3 Includes lightlike-separation. For events in the pastward light-cone (with the apex at (mu'e) x2), use prutemse; for futureward light-cone events, use bavytemse. See also: calse, tcese
terporcmi
lujvo x1 is a member of the unordered set x2 upon which rules x3 are applied in order to produce list x4; x1 is a member of the elements constituting list x4. Also "x1 is part of list x4". cf. cmima, cmavo list lu'a and lo'i, porsi.
tinsa
gismu x1 is stiff/rigid/inflexible/resistant in direction x2 against force x3 under conditions x4. Also sometimes: firm, hard; not limited to physical forces; e.g. mental rigidity. See also bapli, jdari, nandu, torni, trati, xarnu, danre, stodi.
tolpanra
lujvo x1 contrasts-with/is-distinguished-from/is-set-apart-from x2 in property/aspect x3 Things are parallel, analogous or equivalent in some property when they share that property, not when they differ in it, so the te panra has to be the property which they share and makes them parallel. When the focus is on a property that they don't share, the things are said to contrast in that property, they are not parallel in it. See also panra.
tolsurcaukancu
lujvo k1 subitizes (effortlessly/immediately/instantly counts the number in/recognizes the cardinality of) set k2 to be k3 [number/count], counted by/in terms of units k4 "Counting off" does not really make sense for this word. Must be extremely rapid without very much active tabulation/numeric processing/calculation; also must be confident and accurate in order to be true subitization (although this word my apply to false/imperfect subitization). See also: tolsurla, kancu.
toltinsa
lujvo x1 is flexible/supple/limber/bendable/non-resistant in direction x2 against force x3 under conditions x4. not limited to physical forces; e.g. mental rigidity. See also tinsa, ranti, bapli, jdari, nandu, torni, trati, xarnu, danre, stodi.