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uau
experimental cmavo Attitudinal: impressed/amazed - unimpressed (neutral)/blasé/bland/commonplace - unimpressed (negative)/disappointed/bored Not necessarily positive (one can be inpressed by/amazed by another's foolishness, ignorance, etc., for example; this feeling of amazement is not quite ironic or sarcastic, but it is a bit wry).
velkla
lujvo x1=k4 is a route that leads to x2=k2, from x3=k3, travelled by x4=k1 by means x5=k5.
venci'e
lujvo c1 is a market (system) interrelated by structure c2 (social relations / institutions / procedures / infrastructures) of components c3=v2 (goods/services/information) displaying c4 (economy).
vikyjdu
lujvo x1 = v1 = j1 is a quantity of putty (viscous/thick semisolid-semiliquid) of composition x2 = j2, viscous/thick under conditions x3 = v2; x1 is putty (or has the texture/characteristics thereof)
vlavelcki
lujvo c4 (text) is a definition of word(s)/phrase/definiendum c2=v1 with definiens v2 in language v3, as defined by c1.
xa'ardakli
lujvo d1 is a mailbag with letter(s) d2=xa1, and of material d3. Any bag with at least one letter in it counts as mailbag here.
xacyce'a
lujvo xa1=c1 is a gun/cannon/firearm launching projectile c2 propelled by c3, for use against xa2 by xa3. jvajvo definition; Gismu deep structure is "xarci gi'e cecla"
ze'ei
experimental cmavo nonce word with existing grammar Binds two arbitrary words together to form a nonce word whose semantics are indicated by the left word and whose grammar is the same as that of the right word. Useful for creating function words without having to allocate experimental cmavo forms.
zminirci'e
lujvo c1 x1 (mass) is a/the autonomic nervous system interrelated by structure c2 among neurons/components n1=c3 (set) of body n2, displaying c4 (ka).
cadga
experimental gismu x1 (abstraction) should/(of right) ought to be true/happening under conditions/in the case of x2 being true/happening, as believed by/by standard/under consideration of x3. If the world were proper/correct/just/ruled perfectly and strictly according to x3 and if x2 were true, then x1 would be true as well. Moral judgment goes in x3. x3 can also be assumed by expectation under hypothesized laws of physics, by the true situation of the world, etc. Synonymous with zgadi.
fai'a
experimental cmavo translation marker - original/native version: marks a construct as having been translated and therefore particularly (possibly, but not necessarily) susceptible to the errors or limitations associated with translation (especially if the translator is unsure of the best result/option) Might be useful for translations of idioms, songs, poetry, wordplay, political speeches, nuanced phrasings, (in stories) prophecies, riddles, rhymes, etc. Followed by members of selma'o CAI, the marker indicates the corresponding level of uncertainty in the best possible choice of translation according to the opinion/expectation/judgment of the speaker/translator. Also may indicate a cultural or linguistic gap. For Lojban especially, it might be useful when various ambiguities arise in the original text and the translator is forced to pick interpretations from among them.
glevli
lujvo x1=v1=g1 has the power to bring about sexual activity/event x2=v2 with x3=g2 under conditions x4=v3; x1 is sexually powerful in aspect x2 Mutual symmetry between g1 and g2 is partially lost since only g1 is necessarily endowed with sexual power (even though the act of sex is mutually symmetric between them). Generalized sexual power (as in: self-empowerment) should have x3 erased or gleborsezvli; this word implies have sexual power over another (upon/over whom some sort of sexual power may be exercised).
jau'au
experimental cmavo unary mathematical operator: length/number of components/terms of/in object/array/formal string/sequence/word/text in some alphabet/base/basis which includes each digit; number of digits/components/entries For a numerical string, the number of digits are counted. For a tuple/vector/array/matrix/tensor, the number of entries/conponents is counted. Not literally the number of symbols used, but the number of meaningful "spots" occupied; for example "(1,0)" uses five characters, but its length is just 2 (for "1" and then "0"); this is due to the fact that formal representation may vary but the amount of information conveyed must remain constant. Note that digit strings are essentially considered to be vectors in the basis of powers of the base.
nonsmitenfa
lujvo x1=t2 is an element in the set that underlies structure/ring x2≈s3 that is nilpotent in that structure with nilpotency x3=t3 (nonnegative integer according to the typical rules) x3 is the minimum positive exponent such that x1 multiplied by itself that many times (according to the definition of multiplication imposed by and endowing structure x2) is identically the zero(-like) element in that structure; any greater power will likewise be zero(-like). The zero(-like) element is itself trivially nilpotent with nilpotency 1. Warning: This word is for nilpotent elements. Nilpotent groups, for example, should not be referred to by this word except when considered as whole objects that participate as elements in some larger structure. See also: nonsmi
pi'ei'oi
experimental cmavo mathematical ternary operator: prime-generating function The a-th prime according to ordering rules b in ring c; contextless default for c is the standard/typical ring of integers (Z,+,*); contextless default for b is the standard typical ordering of the ring, which is the 'normal' absolute value (signless difference/distance with/from 0) for the standard ring (Z,+,*); thus, it will usually operate as an unary operator. The function must be defined over the set of strictly positive integers in/for the first operand; generalizations may be possible. Ignores units and 0. It begins counting at 1 [in/for the first operand]; under contextless default conditions, the outputs increase strictly monotonically with respect to increase in the first input [a], starting with the least prime in (Z,+,*), namely 2. Usually denoted "p_i" or "Prime" in the literature.
zgadi
experimental gismu x1 (abstraction) should/(of right) ought to be true/happening under conditions/in the case of x2 being true/happening, as believed by/by standard/under consideration of x3. If the world were proper/correct/just/ruled perfectly and strictly according to x3 and if x2 were true, then x1 would be true as well. If the world were proper/correct/just according to x3 and if x2 were true, then x1 would be true as well. Moral judgment goes in x3. x3 can also be assumed by expectation under hypothesized laws of physics, by the true situation of the world, etc. Synonymous with cadga.