lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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racli fa lo nu do pu cuxna lo ka tavla bau la lojban
It's rational that you chose to talk in Lojban.
ki'u lo nu ciska bau lo glico kei lo nu tcidu lo vi cukta cu frili mi
Written in English, this book is easy for me to read.
.i .e'o do na damba va'o lo nu rodo na kakne lo nu damba bau la .lojban.
Under the conditions of y'all not being able to fight in lojban, please don't fight.
mi pu jilra lo mi bruna lo se frili poi tai ke'a tavla fa ce'u bau la lojban
I envied the ease at which my brother talked in Lojban.
mi lojbo no drata be lo ka se cinri la lojban i je mi na tavla bau la lojban
I'm a Lojbanic person only in that I'm interested in Lojban; I don't speak it.
mi manci lo nu bau lo za'u slovo bangu lo valsi be lo titla tasta ca lo cfari pu valsi lo silna tasta vau sai
I find it amazing that in the Slavic languages the word “sweet” originally meant “salty”!
bangu
gismu rafsi: ban bau x1 is a/the language/dialect used by x2 to express/communicate x3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Also tongue. See also tance, cusku, ve tavla, valsi, gerna, jufra, natmi, slaka.
so'o da re lerfu fi so'o sance bau la ninxesybau .i mu'a mypy ge'o go'i fi lo sance pe by .ije nyty ge'o go'i fi lo sance pe dy .ije gyky ge'o go'i fi lo sance pe gy .ije tyzy ge'o go'i fi lo sance pe dyjy
You can make sounds by combining letters in Modern Greek. For example you can use μπ to make the sound "b", ντ to make the sound "d", γκ to make the sound "g" and τζ to make the sound "dj".