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lujvo x5=b1 transfers/sends/transmits x2=b2 to receiver x3=b3 from transmitter/origin x4=b4 via means/medium x1=b5. xe benji; see also bevri, ve cusku.
ca le nu klamu'o ra ku la mulis. cu reisku fi le my. mamta fe lu e'o xu mi zifre le nu bevri lo tirxu le zdani li'u
When they got to his house, Mooli asked his mother, "Is it okay if I bring a tiger home?"
mi pu bevri lo patxu be lo nudle fu'e ta'o fi lo purdi fo lo nu jukpa vau kumfa fu lo rokci dargu fu'o
I carried a bowl of noodles (to the garden from the kitchen via a rocky road).
gismu rafsi: ma'e x1 is a vehicle/mode of transport carrying x2 in/on surface/medium x3, propelled by x4. See also klama, matra, bevri, bloti, carce, karce, sabnu, skiji.
lo xabju be lo bi'u nai cmatca cu ta'e kansi'u lo nu bevri lo narge me lo vo xance be lo re prenu be'o poi se tarmi lo julne mei li so'o
The people living in that village habitually carry together several heaps of nuts, each heap being of the size of a net that is formed by two people's four hands.
gismu rafsi: bej be'i x1 transfers/sends/transmits x2 to receiver x3 from transmitter/origin x4 via means/medium x5. Also possibly "sharing"; no (complete) alienation from origin is implied. x5 carrier. See also muvdu, dunda, mrilu, nirna, xruti, cradi, tivni, preja, cmavo list be'i, bevri, mrilu, tcana.
gismu rafsi: kla x1 comes/goes to destination x2 from origin x3 via route x4 using means/vehicle x5. Also travels, journeys, moves, leaves to ... from ...; x1 is a traveller; (x4 as a set includes points at least sufficient to constrain the route relevantly). See also cadzu, bajra, marce, vofli, litru, muvdu, cpare, cmavo list ka'a, pluta, bevri, farlu, limna, vitke.
gismu rafsi: muv mu'u x1 (object) moves to destination/receiver x2 [away] from origin x3 over path/route x4. Also mobile (= comymu'u, for the non-specific opposite of immobile); after a muvdu, object is alienated from/no longer at origin (unless physically returned there, per litru or slilu); agentive move (= muvgau, muvzu'e), non-agentive transitive move (= muvri'a), self-propelled (= sezmuvgau), motion of a part of the object (= pagmu'u), having a moving part (= muvypau, muvyselpau); apparent motion (= mlumu'u). (cf. rinci, klama (which differs in that the means of motion is explicit), litru, cliva, fatri; dunda, benji for agentive movement that does not necessarily imply alienation from origin, preja for similar movement with no agent implied, bevri, vimcu)