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lujvo b1=c1 is a heifer [young female cattle/beef-producer/bovine], of age n2, immature/defined as a heifer by standard n3, of species/breed b2.
lujvo b1=m1=s1 is creole used by b2 to express/communicate b3, created from sources including m2. Cf. sapxrebau.
fu'ivla x1 is an instance of boron (B) with purity x3. The name boron originates from the Arabic word buraq or the Persian word burah; which are names for the mineral borax (=kunrbura).
lujvo t1 is the thigh of t2=z2. The thigh is the area between the pelvis and the knee. Anatomically, it is part of the lower limb. Cf. tuple.
lujvo l1=z1 is an anecdote/funny story/joke about plot/subject/moral l2 by storyteller l1 to audience l4=z2, amusing in aspect x5=z3. Cf. xamsku.
lujvo r1 (event/state) increases/increments/augments x2=z1 in property/quantity x3=z2 by amount x4=z3. Cf. zengau.
lujvo f1 is innocent/not guilty of crime x2=f2=z1 (action/state) to judge/authority f3. Cf. zerfu'e.
lujvo x1 is the parallax of x2 as seen by x3 who moves to x4 from x5 Cf. kesyske
lujvo x1 is is a free word (word which can be freely inserted into or deleted from a sentence without making it ungrammatical), with meaning/function x2 in usage (language) x3 This corresponds to selma'o UI in Lojban.
lujvo x1 numbers/adds up to/consists of x2 (number) counting by units x3; x1 are x2 in number. Near-syn. memkai
lujvo n1 prefers n2=z1 over z2, because of property/quantity z3, by margin z4. Cf. zmazau.
experimental cmavo Something associated with; equivalent to ''zo'e pe'' or "lo co'e be". There are a lot of cases where people use "tu'a" where they actually mean zo'ei; once I noticed the usefulness of such a word to elide whole chunks of sentences, I started wanting it all the time. -camgusmis
experimental cmavo elliptical/vague/indecisive scalar affirmer/negator; true neutral/non-committed/uninvolved scalar truthfulness/assertion Useful for when the truthfulness or falseness of a bridi is undesirable (the speaker makes no firm stance or assumption on the matter). Different from no'e in that it does not necessarily select a neutral value on a scale; it merely acknowledges that some value on the scale could be chosen/that the scale exists, but does not choose one (it is hands-off). If one does not want to accuse someone of being or doing something, but wants to talk about it, this word would be used; often can be used for "are or are not".
fu'ivla x1 is a formal polynomial with coefficients x2 (ordered list) of degree x3 over structure/ring x4 (to which coefficients x2 all belong) and in indeterminant x5 If x2 is presented as an ordered list, the entries represent the 'coefficients' of the particular polynomial and are specified in the order such that the ith entry/term is the (i-1)th 'coefficient' for all natural numbers i between 1 and n+1 inclusively; thus, the first entry is the constant term (when treated as a function), the second term is the coefficient of the argument of x5 (when treated as a function), and the nth term is the coefficient of the argument of x5 exponentiated by (n-1). See also: tefsujme'o (polynomial function)
lujvo x1=k1 is a hole in x2=k2=p2 to/between x3=p3 from/and x4=p4 permitting passage by x5=p1. pagre + kevna. Precisely, x2 is the barrier, x3 is the inside, and x4 is the outside, if distinguishable; loosely, x2 might be given as the object consisting of both the barrier and the inside.
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.