lojbo jufsisku
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.a'o .a'ucu'i ro da ba xamgu
Hopefully everything turns out all right.
.a'o nai ro da ca se cirko
Everything will be lost now.
.a'o do kanryze'a ca lo bavlamdei
I hope you feel better tomorrow.
a'o ra klama ca lo bavlamdei
I hope he comes tomorrow.
a'o vamji fa lo nu zukte
I hope, it's worth doing it.
a'o nai mi co'u ponse da
Gah, I lost all my property.
a'o mi senva tu'a do ca lo cabycte
I hope I dream of you tonight.
.a'o mi bartu la .tokios. ze'a su'oso'u djedi
I hope to get away from Tokyo for a few days.
.a'o lo nobli cu gidva lo se zukte be mi
Oh, that the Lord would guide my ways.
.a'o do se pluka lo do nu jirlu'i
Hope you've enjoyed your bath!
a'o le nakni cu sanji lo se cinmo be mi
I hope he is aware of my feelings.
uu a'o do ba jinga ca lo drata
Oh you poor thing, I hope you will win another time.
incala
fu'ivla x1 (entity) expresses a wish for a given future event x2 (event) to occur; x1 expresses "god willing" / "deo volente" hope Usually used in a Muslim country or Islamic context. See also pacna, a'o
.a'o mi te dunda lo kargu karce ja do'a nai lo karce poi na spofu
Hopefully, I'll be given an expensive car or at least one that isn't broken.
a'o mi te dunda lo kargu karce a ke do'a nai lo karce poi na spofu
Hopefully, I'll be given an expensive car or at least one that isn't broken.
apma
fu'ivla x1 (agent) consigns (by thought, word, or deed) x2 (patient) to fate x3 (abstraction) So-called "neutral-dapma"; zandapma would be the connotationally positive form, while dapma would be the connotationally negative form. See pacna, dimna, a'o, di'ai