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lujvo s1 (phone/speech sounds; specifically is linguistic and vocal) is a phoneme in/of segment of utterance/speech stream s2=v1 in language b1 of speaker v2=b2 in order to communicate/express b3 (si'o/du'u; not quote(?)), produced with body-parts/tools x6 at loci/in position/manner (of articulation) x7 Must be vocal. x2 is a recognized/represented by (belongs to equivalence class of) phoneme x1. Contrast with: bancocysle (which is nonvocal). Recognition of a phoneme as linguistically distinct is language-dependent; b1 is a language which includes/recognizes said phoneme (and which realizes/recognizes/categorizes/divides phones s2 into the equivalence class of that phoneme). x6 and x7 are not predictable from the veljvo.
xu do ka'e tcidu lo banvoksle lerfu
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lujvo s1=c1 is a linguistic-gesture unit/chereme [in analogy with phoneme; specifically, nonvocal] representing/that is recognized meaningful conceptual subunit underlying specific gestures/gesture-phones s2 in language b1 used by b2 in order to communicate/express b3=c2 (si'o/du'u; not quote) made using body part/utensil/tool/locus c3 by motion/action/means c4 From bangu corci (here non-vocal) selci. x2 is a recognized/represented by (belongs to equivalence class of) chereme x1. The chereme may not have meaning on its own but must be expressive naturally and/or in that language (as a gesture and phoneme is, respectively). See also banvoksle, xancrcereme, lercorci, cocle'u, corci, xanle'u, xanle'ule'u, xanbau, saskrcereme