tedmre
lujvo m_{1} surveys t_{1}=m_{2} as m_{3} (map or measurements) in unit m_{4} with accuracy m_{5} see also tumymre


tegyga'e
lujvo g_{1} (experiencer) feels texture g_{2}=t_{1} (protertyka) by means/senses g_{3} under conditions g_{4}. The experiencer does not neccessarily intend to feel the texture. See tegzga for actively feeling.


terfarnilfrica
lujvo x_{1} is the difference between frame of reference x_{2} and frame of reference x_{3}. magnetic variation is the difference between the magnetic reference frame and the rotational reference frame; see makfartci


tetai
cmavocompound tamsmi modal, 3rd place similarly; sharing common ideal form ... tamsmi is x_{1} resembles x_{2} sharing ideal form/shape x_{3} in property x_{4}


tolferti
lujvo x_{1} is sterile/nonfertile/unable to procreate x_{2}; x_{1} is unable to support the growth/development of x_{2} See ferti


tolkanxe
lujvo k_{1} is an alternative denial (nand/Scheffer stroke ↑), stating that k_{2} (du'u) and k_{3} (du'u) are not both true. Truthcondition: FTTT (=inajanai). Scheffer stroke ↑ (=tolkanxe bu).


tolracli
lujvo x_{1}=r_{1} (action/activity/behavior) is irrational by standard x_{2}=r_{2} Inadequate reason or emotional distress may for example be the motivation of an irrational event. Cf. racli.


toltankomo
fu'ivla x_{1} (agent) does x_{2} (amount/property of x_{1}) as little as it/he/she/they do(es) x_{3} (relation between x_{1} and x_{2}) See also tankomo.


tropika
fu'ivla x_{1} is a tropic of area/latitude x_{2}; x_{1} is a parallel of latitude 23°27′ (north / south) of the equator; x_{1} is the farthest point at which the sun can be directly overhead; x_{1} is the boundaries of the torrid zone or tropics.


tumymre
lujvo m_{1} surveys t_{1}=m_{2} as m_{3} (map or measurements) in unit m_{4} with accuracy m_{5} see also tedmre


vacmurse
lujvo m_{1}=c_{1} is the dusk of day m_{2}=c_{2} at location m_{3}=c_{3}. Cf. cermurse.


verbakni
lujvo b_{1}=c_{1} is a stirk/yearling [young cattle/beefproducer/bovine], of age n_{2}, immature/defined as a stirk/yearling by standard n_{3}, of species/breed b_{2}.


vetai
cmavocompound tamsmi modal, 4th place similarly; sharing ideal form in property ... tamsmi is x_{1} resembles x_{2} sharing ideal form/shape x_{3} in property x_{4}


vonpaso
fu'ivla x_{1} swindles x_{2} into state/event x_{3} by promising x_{4}; x_{1} commits 419/advance fee fraud. generally x_{1} is Nigerian, but may be in another country; see also tcica


xau'e'o
experimental cmavo mekso convention default specification/definition (explicit) This word is followed by a list of rules. The rules specify the convention by which mekso or mathematical expressions (of various kinds) are to be interpreted. Such conventions are taken to remain in effect until the end of the discourse, until repealed, or if the come to conflict with subsequent rules so marked; in the lattermost case, the subsequent rule takes precedent and the earlier rules that are in conflict with it are ignored only in the most minimal domain of application possible (for example, a rule saying "left composition of functions is denoted by "°" in all cases" could be followed by a rule saying "when a linear transformation can be represented by a matrix, left composition of two such functions is equivalent to left multiplication of their corresponding matrices and so their left composition may be represented simply by juxtaposition as is typical with/for multiplication" with result being that "°" is to be used for all left compositions of functions except when both functions being composed are linear transformations admitting matrix representations, in which case "°" could be used but adjacency alone is sufficient to denote their left composition). Collections of rules (ordered in increasing precedence) can be named and referenced by such name expressed instead of those rules at length (such as calling a (specific) rather simple set of rules defining the order of operations ".pemas."). See also: xau'o'o.


xipxunsanso
lujvo s_{1} is a salsa/salsa roja for use with s_{2}, containing ingredient(s) including s_{3}. The sauce is used as a condiment in Mexican and Southwestern (U.S.) cuisines; usually includes cooked tomatoes, chili peppers, onion, garlic, and fresh coriander. Refers to "salsa roja", red sauce, or in English just "salsa".
