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lujvo k1 is a rotary saw [rotating cutting tool] cutting/splitting/dividing k2 (object) into pieces k3 See also carna, katna, komka'a, carcna
fu'ivla x1 is the angular momentum [vector] of x2 in frame of reference x3 See also: impetu, ocnerta, carna, plankexu.
gismu rafsi: gur gu'o x1 rolls/trundles on/against surface x2 rotating on axis/axle x3; x1 is a roller. See also bolci, carna, jendu, slanu.
gismu rafsi: jed x1 is an axle/spindle [tool] on which x2 rotates, of material/properties x3. See also se carna, gunro, tutci.
lujvo c1=p1 somersaults over c2 in direction c3 to p2 from p3. Cf. plipe, carna.
pu brilugi .i loi sliti tovzi ja'a zarna carna zi lo blixa .i pu ku se mimsi lo brogovzi .i je loi zdaraxa pu ku krixa
'Twas brillig, and the slithy toves did gyre and gimble in the wabe; All mimsy were the borogoves, and the mome raths outgrabe.
lujvo b1=c1 is a tornado/waterspout moving from direction b2 at speed b3 rotating around centre /eye c2 with rotational direction c3. Cf. carna, brife, taifnu, vilti'a.
lujvo x1=j2=p3 (ka; jo'u/fa'u term) is the minor difference in/between x2=p2 and x3=p1 that is to be ignored, their similarity being by standard/in geometry x4; x2 is the same as/similar to/parallels x3 in standard/geometry x4 up to/modulo/except for/ignoring unimportant difference x1; x1 is not the focus of the main consideration concerning the similarity between x2 and x3; x2 belongs to/is an element of the same equivalence class as x3, which depends on x4 in some way and which ignores the property x1. For example, tetrominoes "L" and "7" are similar up to the unimportant property of 90-degree rotation; thus: loka carna keiku ly terpanryziltolju'i zebu loka mapti. x2 and x3 are symmetric; while with panra, x1 (which is x3 in terpanryziltolju'i) is possibly of importance/focus/attention, for terpanryziltolju'i, x2 is. Additionally, lo panra and lo se panra are identical, therefore conversion under te does not affect the x2 and x3 positions of panra, so the overall structure does not need to have undergone an additional conversion. See: panra, klesi, panrykle, panryzilbri