lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 12 result(s)
brito
gismu rafsi: rit x1 reflects British/United Kingdom culture/nationality in aspect x2. See also glico, skoto, merko, ropno.
le prenu poi brito cu clite
The English are polite.
.i tu'a lo brito nu tadni pu cinri
It was interesting to hear about school life in Britain.
pu bapli fe lo nu lo brito vonmoija'a cu randa
The British commander was forced to surrender.
ropno
gismu rafsi: ron ro'o x1 reflects European culture/nationality/geography/Indo-European languages in aspect x2. See also brito.
selbrito
lujvo x2=b1 reflects British/United Kingdom culture/nationality in aspect x1=b2. se brito
merko
gismu rafsi: mer x1 pertains to USA/American culture/nationality/dialect in aspect x2. See also brito, bemro, ketco, xispo, glico.
ritygu'e
lujvo g1 is Great Britain (country). Cf. brito, gugde, ritnai, gligu'e, kotygu'e.
itlo
fu'ivla x1 pertains to Italy/Italian culture/nationality/dialect in aspect x2. From the Italian prefix "italo". See also brito, bemro, ketco, xispo, glico, fraso, merko, latmo.
glico
gismu rafsi: gic gli x1 is English/pertains to English-speaking culture in aspect x2. Generally assume broadest sense of 'English'; may refer to 'English', pertaining to the country/people/culture of England (normally requiring constraint = gligu'e, or simply redundancy = gligli-); British English, the norm language of the UK (= gliglibau). (cf. brito which refers to the United Kingdom as a whole or to the British empire, merko, sralo, kadno, skoto)
skoto
gismu rafsi: kot ko'o x1 reflects Gaelic/Scottish culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. Irish (= sicko'o), Scottish (= sunko'o), Celtic (= dzeko'o), Welsh (= nanko'o), Breton (= fasko'o); since Scottish/Gaelic is only the northern branch of the Celtic tribes, many would prefer a fu'ivla for Celtic; nationalism might also demand a separate fu'ivla for Irish. See also brito, glico.
spano
gismu rafsi: san x1 reflects Spanish-speaking culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. Metaphorical restriction to Spain by contrast with xispo (comparable to the distinction between glico and merko/sralo/brito/kadno); Spain (= sangu'e); Spanish dialects spoken in Spain, especially Castillian (= sansanbau). See also xispo, ketco, mexno, gento.