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fu'ivla x1 gives x2 (number) votes (upvotes) to x3 Positive number in x2 denotes an upvote, negative number a downvote. Use ca'onai dudvota for 'to cancel vote', lo sumji be lo se dudvota for 'vote score'. Voting system can be specified using va'o or ma'i. See also dunda, cuxna, zanru
fu'ivla x1 is emitted/reflected light that measures to be x2 magnitudes in luminous brightness, on scale (si'o)/using reference value/under system/according to definition x3, in logarithmic base x4 (default: decimal (10)) Wavelength is specified in x1; it is improper to submit an object as the sumti for x1. The type of magnitude (absolute, apparent, etc.) must be specified by tanru or lujvo. x2 must be a pure number (dimensionless). x3 should specify a reference emission and the associated reference value in magnitudes, the meaning of a change by 1 magnitude, and the direction of increasing brightness (traditionally: toward negative infinity); magnitude is defined for all real numbers. See also: cmagnitude.
fu'ivla x1 is the ICAO (International Civil Aviation Organization; French: Organisation de l'aviation civile internationale, OACI) designation/result/standard/code for general subject type x2 (contextless default probably: airports) applied to specific case/entity/procedure/group/hub/terminus/location x3 according to rule/ICAO specification/publication x4 published by/according to mandating organization x5 (default: ICAO) x1 need not be a name-designation/code (it could be the result of any rule), although it likely will commonly be so. Possible examples of x2-filling sumti include: certain (international) airport code designations, air navigation procedures, etc.. For an airport (generalized)/hub that has such a specification, use {te jvinjica'o} or {te se jvinjica'o} (using the appropriate terbri for specifying the type of hub: tebri j2); for ICAO, consider using {xe jvinjica'o}. See also: jviso, jvinjiata.
fu'ivla x1 is a non-polyplet polyform/polyomino/polyabolo/polyiamond (etc.) composed of parts/'tile' polytope x2 arranged in (finite) unified shape/pattern x3 (in which the entirety of sides of polytopes are shared or are not shared at all) in ambient space x4 and subject to rules/restrictions/conditions x5 (implicitly includes the condition of whole sides being shared) The hyper-edges of the 'tile' polytopes must be shared entirely or not at all with at least one other distinct such 'tile' polytope (should it exist); they cannot be touching only at the corners- the most touch adjacently along the entirety of a side/edge/face/hyper-edge. This obviously restricts which polytopes can be arranged meaningfully in a valid arrangement/pattern (and thus restricts those patterns). See also: pletomino
experimental cmavo the specific referent of [following sumti] defined/specified by the grammar The grammar in question can itself be specified by metalinguistic tags that apply to the utterance; if not explicitly specified, then a cultural assumption/default is applied. This word is useful for distinguishing between, for example, differentiating between something that the speaker happens to call "PEMDAS" and the order of operations PEMDAS (which, presumably, could be included in the grammar as a special word that influences mekso interpretation); likewise for a font that happens to be called ".mekrot." ("math blackboard bold") and the one that definitely refers to the set of characters used for, among other purposes, set notation.
gismu rafsi: lis x1 is a story/tale/yarn/narrative about plot/subject/moral x2 by storyteller x3 to audience x4. Also legend; a narrative need not be fictional; x2 may be merely a convention rather than a subject; also x3 tells/recounts story/tale x1 about x2 to x4 (= selterlisri for place reordering); note that the storyteller need not be the author. See also ranmi, cfika, skicu, prosa, pemci.
experimental cmavo mekso: conversion of operator/function to operand Must be followed by a function (meaning "f", not "f(x)" (which is a number)) or operator (such as "+"). Treats it formally and syntactically as a number so that it can be operated upon, such as by se'au or by a functional/operator (technical sense). Terminated by zai'ai; the pair essentially act as mathematical quotation marks. Also works on connectives and kei'i. Expressions may be complicated (such as with SE, NA, NAI, etc. modifying the string); perhaps one may even find a use for quoting relations (such as equality or element-hood) and/or some brivla or other cmavo. See also: kei'au.
gismu rafsi: mir x1 reflects/mirrors/echoes x2 [object/radiation] to observer/point x3 as x4; x2 bounces on x1. Also: x1 is a mirror/reflector. x2 may be light, lu'e of an imaged object; x4 may be image or echo or the same as x2 if physical object; x3 may be a path for a bounced object; ka is reflection. See also catlu, viska, lenjo, pensi.
lujvo x1=r1=vau1 is a rock cobtaining trace/remnant/fossil x2=vic4=vau2 of biological entity/organism x2=j1=vic3, with rock composition x4=r2 and from location x5=r3; x2 is the fossilized trace of organism x3 preserved in rock x1 Fossil x2 need not be a body (part), just a trace of an organism (scat, trail/footprint, etc.). Containment need not be total. The fossil container is necessarily a fossil rock (see mivyvelvicyvau for generalization to any container). The remnant can be "fresh", so long as it is found in rock. See also: rokybixmivborvelvi'u for not "fresh"/petrified/fossilized remains.
experimental cmavo mekso operator: part of number/projection (one sense); the X2 part of X1 X1 can be a tensor, in which case the operator applies entry-wise; X1 can be a function, in which case the operator applies pointwise. It extracts the part of the number that belongs to the structure X2 united with the singleton 0. X2 = R implies "real part"; X2 = i*R implies "imaginary part"; X2 = R+ implies "positive part"; X2 = R- implies "negatige part". If X1 has no explicit value/projection in/along X2, then the output is 0. If 0 is X1 or X2, then the output is 0. X1 should really be a structure, not just a set.
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a rodent [can only be a member of eutherian mammal Rodentia] of subtaxon/type/genus/species/breed/variety x2 Meant for any rodent in general (more general than ratcu, smacu). If ronte is accepted as an official (non-experimental) gismu, this word would be dispreferred to ronte or rontnrodentia. If ronte is accepted as an official non-experimental gismu, this word is preferred to ratcnrodentia. While ronte should, strictly speaking, refer to only scientifically-classified rodents, semantic broadening might allow its use to refer to any "small, scurrying mammal"; this word would be used for semantic disambiguation, its only allowed reference set is that of scientifically-classified rodents (order Rodentia).
lujvo x1 is an improperly-created/wrongly-proposed/illy-proposed lujvo with intended meaning x2 but actual interpretation/built from metaphor x3, due to/with error x4 in its rafsi x5, which is unacceptable to x6 by standard x7, in language x8 Notice that terbri structure and conditions of error are not referenced in the terbri of this word. The error could be simply failing to be the highest-scoring lujvo available (for a given tanru) by some algorithm/standard; however, it could also be the product of a certain unintentionally wrong tanru construct (wherein a given meaning was intended but is not reflected in the veljvo). See also: srejvo.
experimental cmavo fills and deletes (in the manner as {zi'o}) all terbri of immediately previous word that are not explicitly filled with a sumti Implicit/omitted zo'e will be deleted. Deletion is only meaningful if the immediately previous word is a brivla with at least one unfilled (explicitly) terbri. In a tanru or other complicated construct, only the most recent word undergoes this terbri deletion (not every term in the construct). A selbri converted to a sumti by gadri has x1 terbri filled for the purposes of this word; likewise is the case for terbri accessed by be or bei; seltau in the main level of a sumti are filled by the gadri as well for the purposes of this word.
lujvo x1=g1 sexually violates/harms/rapes/violates the sexual rights of victim x2=g2=xai2=k2, violation by sexual activity (sex used as a weapon/means of harm), in property x3=xai3 (ka) by resulting in injury x4=xai4 (state), violating right x5=k1 (event) which is morally/legally guaranteed but actually violated under standards x6=k3. Violated right k1 (event) may be implied by x4. The harm/violation must be by sexual activity (what one would consider gletu) and must be sexual in nature. Need not be violent. Harm may not be physical or even psychological/mental/emotional; it need only be a 'harm to one's rights' (in other words, a violation of loi krali). krali is an experimental gismu. The mutual symmetry of gle1 and gle2 is lost/broken by the harmer-victim relationship enforced by this word (and, specifically, xai1 and xai2=k2). See also: glexai, xaigle, vilgle, glevlile, glevilxaigau, glekrali, glecu'akrali, glekralyxai, kralyxai.
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
fu'ivla x1 is an executable/binary file to be run in system/runtime environment x2. A calque on the English word "binary". The x1 refers more generally to executables, not necessarily binaries. This includes shell scripts and interpreted languages such as Python. The x2 refers to runtime environments, which can be operating systems or more general environments such as virtual machines like the JVM. See also samrkompli, which is specifically about compiled programs.