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xa'a
experimental cmavo naturalistic interjection: laughter Differs from u'i in that this is meant to be a typographical representation of actual laughter. Additional -'a syllables may be added as desired. See bu'a'a, cmila, ki'ai
zoi'ai'e
experimental cmavo empty string/text/word More or less equivalent to {lu li'u}, but is useful for when that construct would not be grammatical or practical; it also be used when a single word is necessary, etc. Commonly represented by epsilon or lambda. See also: zai'e.
nildenmi
lujvo x1 [number] is the local density of x2 per unit x3 at locus x4 Not necessarily (although possible) volumetric mass density. Could be temporal (x3). Can be applied to number/count; thus, the units may vary and in fact the quantity might even be unitless. In a sense, fluxes are spacial-temporal densities. It is recommended that x2 be a physical entity/object in some sense (not merely have physical quality/meaning/value); thus, while this word could be applied to many things described with the word "per", it would probably not make much sense to call velocity a temporal displacement density (although in some contexts it might). Notice that "local" implies derivatives.
pi'eitci
fu'ivla x1 (the acidity/hydrogen activity of a solution) measures x2 in pH according to scale (si'o) x3 using logarithmic base x4 (default: ten) x1 should not be an object/solution itself (that would be sumti-raising), but rather its acidity/basicness/hydrogen activity; in theory, something other than hydrogen activity could be measured (in which case, it would no longer truly be pH but, for some substance X, actually pX). x3 should specify a reference acidity and its associated pH value (for example: pure water has a pH of exactly 7), the meaning of changing the pH by 1, and in which direction basicness (xor acidity) increases (traditionally: toward positive infinity is representative of relativelt increasingly basicness); x2 can be any real number (not just restricted to the interval from 0 to fourteen), so long as it is pure (dimensionless).
rokybixygau
lujvo x1 =g1 (agent) petrifies/turns/'freezes'/fossilizes x2=b1 into rock/fossil/statue x3=r1=b2 (result) of rock composition x4=r2 and at/from location x5=r3 under conditions x6=b3. Useful for Gorgons/Medusa/Basilisks. x2 need not be a victim and need not die (animation may be suspended, for example) nor be permanently petrified. Petrification must be agentive. The process/mechanism of petrification is not specified and may be natural or magical (etc.). See also: ro'irbi'o.
xau'e'o
experimental cmavo mekso convention default specification/definition (explicit) This word is followed by a list of rules. The rules specify the convention by which mekso or mathematical expressions (of various kinds) are to be interpreted. Such conventions are taken to remain in effect until the end of the discourse, until repealed, or if the come to conflict with subsequent rules so marked; in the lattermost case, the subsequent rule takes precedent and the earlier rules that are in conflict with it are ignored only in the most minimal domain of application possible (for example, a rule saying "left composition of functions is denoted by "°" in all cases" could be followed by a rule saying "when a linear transformation can be represented by a matrix, left composition of two such functions is equivalent to left multiplication of their corresponding matrices and so their left composition may be represented simply by juxtaposition as is typical with/for multiplication" with result being that "°" is to be used for all left compositions of functions except when both functions being composed are linear transformations admitting matrix representations, in which case "°" could be used but adjacency alone is sufficient to denote their left composition). Collections of rules (ordered in increasing precedence) can be named and referenced by such name expressed instead of those rules at length (such as calling a (specific) rather simple set of rules defining the order of operations ".pemas."). See also: xau'o'o.
ca lo prulamdei lo bruna be mi cu klama la fukucimas. mu'i lo nu sarji le xabju .i mi xanka lo nu zenba lo ni seldi'e
Yesterday my brother went to Fukushima to help the inhabitants. I'm afraid that the radiation will increase.
.e'u doi mi'o do'u ko finti lo bangu pe mi'o mu'i lo nu no da jimpe lo se cusku be mi'o
Let's make our own language so no one will know what we're talking about!
va'o lo balcu'e be bu'u lo razgu'e mi se co'arsau lo melbi ke gugdrpolska ninmu gi'e ji'a penmi lo xe'otce poi se bangrpolska
I became acquainted with beautiful Polish women at the university in Brazil, and I also met there some very friendly people who could speak Polish.
ba lo nu ko'a depyjdari zgatirna tu'a lo te patspu be fi le tertigni kei le pajni goi ko'a cu stika le jalge
After patiently listening to the audience's complaints, the judges changed the results.
zo'o cu'i ru'a mi ca lo nu lo ba'o pampe'o cu cliva lo zdani be mi cu tavla vo'a fo la lojban
Seriously, I postulate that I am, right after my ex-girlfriend leaves my house, going to talk to myself in Lojban.
mi na kakne lo ka finti lo xauzma befi lo nu salci lo nu mi spenu'e lo xagrai pendo be mi
I can't think of a better way to celebrate my engagement to my best friend.
lo za'u ra pu retsku fi la misis linkoln fe lo se du'u ri djica lo nu lo speni be ri cu se derni'agau bu'u makau
They asked Mrs. Lincoln where she wanted her husband buried.
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”!
ca ro djedi jegi lo se mrilu be lo lojbo mriste cu zilkancu da gi jegi zo'e ne lo loglo cu zilkancu de gi de zmadu da
There are more messages on Loglan mailing list than on Lojban mailing list every day.
la Kevin poi plise cu djica lo nu ky co'a vinji sazri. i ku'i ky ba co'a rutpesxu tai lo patfu be ky.
The apple Kevin wants to become a pilot. But he will become a jam like his father.