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gismu rafsi: dji x1 desires/wants/wishes x2 (event/state) for purpose x3. If desire is for an object, this is sumti-raising; use tu'a in x2 (or use lujvo = po'edji). See also taske, xagji, mukti, nitcu, nelci, pacna, prami, rigni, trina, xebni, xlura.
lujvo x1=d1=c1 is extremely/intensely sad/depressed about x2=d2 as measured/seen/observed by x2=c3. Composed of badri, carmi. The advantage of using "carmi" instead of mutce here is that carmi is subjectively determined by the carmi3, whereas mutce implies some kind of real, objective standards for measurements. dritce (based on mutce) is more appropriate for objectively determined states of depression.
fu'ivla x1 gives x2 (number) votes (upvotes) to x3 Positive number in x2 denotes an upvote, negative number a downvote. Use ca'onai dudvota for 'to cancel vote', lo sumji be lo se dudvota for 'vote score'. Voting system can be specified using va'o or ma'i. See also dunda, cuxna, zanru
lujvo si1 is a conservative political ideology as applied by t1=sa1=d2=l2 among/in people/territory/domain t2 based on the works of thinker si3 From dzena, lijda, sarji, turni, sidbo. Cf. dzejdasra, ka'irtrusi'o, vricykricrutrusi'o, fairpaltrusi'o, guntrusi'o, natpamtrusi'o, tsarainaitrusi'o.
gismu rafsi: fep fei x1 is measured in kopeck/cent money-subunits as x2 [quantity], in monetary system x3. Also pfennig, paisa, sen, fen, dinar, etc.; x1 is generally a price/cost/value. (additional secondary, tertiary, etc. subunit places may be added as x4, x5, x6, ...); See also sicni, jdini, jdima, vecnu, rupnu, dekpu, gutci, minli, merli, bunda, kramu.
fu'ivla x1 takes a fika [social institution]/coffee break together with x2 consuming food/beverage x3. From the swedish word "fika". Both "fika" and "fi'ikca" are also derived from the word for coffee in respectively language (kaffi respectively ckafi). fi'ikca describes the event where you socialize with others, perhaps over a cup of coffee. In a swedish context x2 might often be friends or fellow workers, and x3 usually is coffee/squash/(tea) together with a cinnamon roll, cookie, cake, a sandwich etc. But fi'ikca could also be used in a more universal, cultural neutral sense. See also coffeehouse/coffee bar (=kafybarja), making coffee (=kafpra).
experimental gismu x1 is physical/actual/pertains to physics in aspect x2 (ka) of type x3 by standard/in metaphysics x4 Perhaps includes (but would not be limited to): material, bodily, tangible. x1 need not be a substance/matter; spacetime, physical quantities (such as energy), virtual particles, and even the rules of physics and some mathematical theorems could be considered to be physical. See also: jikfi, termu'e, termu'eske, mairza'i, tifmu'eza'i, dacti, marji, xanri, fatci, menli, cinmo, cmaci.
gismu rafsi: fit x1 offers/proffers x2 [offering] to x3 with conditions x4. (x4 may be nu canja, nu pleji, etc.; an unconditional offering has the 'condition' of acceptance); x2 may be a specific object, a commodity (mass), an event, or a property; pedantically, for objects/commodities, this is sumti-raising from ownership of the object/commodity (= posfriti, posyselfriti for unambiguous semantics). See also canja, dunda, rinsa, vecnu, jdima, cnemu, pleji, vitke.
gismu rafsi: gad x1 is an article/descriptor labelling description x2 (text) in language x3 with semantics x4. x2 is the noun phrase/sumti without the article/descriptor; description ((x1 with x2) = gadysu'i); note: 'determiner' has become the accepted general linguistics term, displacing 'article'; however, 'determiner' includes all words that can introduce a noun phrase/sumti, whether a description or not, such as pronoun possessives like lemi, quantifiers (especially in indefinites) like ci and su'o, and demonstratives like ti, ta, and tu; the term 'descriptor' in Lojban, is limited to words that introduce descriptions (excluding indefinites), such as those of selma'o LA and LE, their common compounds such as lemi, and possibly lenu. 'article' typically refers only to a single word; Lojban assumes the broader meaning] See also valsi, cmavo.
gismu rafsi: gim gi'u x1 is a (Lojban) root word expressing relation x2 among argument roles x3, with affix(es) x4. Gismu list, if physical object (= (loi) gimste); referring to the mental construct (e.g. propose adding a new gismu to the gismu list = gimpoi, gimselcmi, gimselste). See also cmavo, cmene, lujvo, smuni, sumti, tanru, valsi.
fu'ivla x1 is emitted/reflected light that measures to be x2 magnitudes in luminous brightness, on scale (si'o)/using reference value/under system/according to definition x3, in logarithmic base x4 (default: decimal (10)) Wavelength is specified in x1; it is improper to submit an object as the sumti for x1. The type of magnitude (absolute, apparent, etc.) must be specified by tanru or lujvo. x2 must be a pure number (dimensionless). x3 should specify a reference emission and the associated reference value in magnitudes, the meaning of a change by 1 magnitude, and the direction of increasing brightness (traditionally: toward negative infinity); magnitude is defined for all real numbers. See also: cmagnitude.
gismu rafsi: guc x1 is x2 (default 1) short local distance unit(s) [non-metric], standard x3, x4 subunits. Foot (= jmagutci); yard (= cibjmagutci), pace (= tapygutci), inch (= degygutci), cubit (= birgutci). (additional subunit places may be added as x5, x6, ...); See also mitre, clani, ganra, condi, rotsu, rupnu, fepni, dekpu, minli, merli, bunda, kramu.
fu'ivla x1 is the momentum [vector] of x2 in frame of reference x3 x1 can be a vector, e.g. four-vector. Might be pretty general in its semantic scope ("quantity of movement"); at the very least includes both Relativistic (four-vector) and Newtonian (three-vector) momentum (resp.: nejnimpetu, sirmpetu); might also encompass angular momentum (cnampetu, typically three-vector). See also nejni, nejnimpetu, sirmpetu, ocnerta, tcelerita, cnampetu
gismu rafsi: ja'o x1 (agent) shows/exhibits/displays/[reveals]/demonstrates x2 (property) to audience x3. [reveal (= tolmipygau, mipyja'o, sivja'o); also: x1 shows that x2, x1 shows off x2; Use arco for displaying objects.; See also tigni, cipra, zgana, jvinu, lanli, mipri, simlu.
gismu rafsi: bin bi'i x1 is between/among set of points/bounds/limits x2 (set)/amidst mass x2 in property x3 (ka). x2 (a complete set, generally ordered) defines the bounds/limits/range for x1. See also se vasru, nenri, zvati, cpana, snuji, senta, bitmu, jimte, kuspe, jibni, lamji, sruri, vanbi, midju, cmima, setca.
fu'ivla x1 is a Lojban-derived zi'evla/"self-loan-word" with meaning x2 derived from word(s) x3 From lojbo + fu'ivla, shortening of jbojbofu'ivla. See zi'evla. Examples of jbofuvi: crenzuue, gentufa, aiste, and of course, jbofuvi itself. // Although usually refers to zi'evla, is not necessarily limited to it - jinda (from jipno dirce tarmi) is an experimental gismu that's a jbofuvi, while dzipo (from cadzu cipni) is an original gismu that's also a jbofuvi.