lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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.e'u mi'o klama la cinjukus. ca lo bavlamdei cerni
Let's go to Shinjuku tomorrow morning.
ra brulu'i lo be ri kerfa ca lo cerni
She brushes her hair in the morning.
lo tumla pu se calku lo bislunsa ca lo cerni
The ground was covered with frost this morning.
la maiukos cu citka lo nanba poi cerni se sanmi
Mayuko eats bread for breakfast.
ko'a zbasu lo javni be lo nu ko'a cikybi'o ti'u li xa ca ro cerni
He makes it a rule to get up at six every morning.
ta pu cpacu mo'a xatra de'i li no ca lo cerni
He received quite a few letters this morning.
lo mi mamta ku jukpa lo titnanba ca lo vi cerni
My mother made cookies this morning.
lo mamta be la .tam. cu jukpa lo titnanba ca lo vi cerni
Tom's mother made cookies this morning.
co'a le cerni la teris. klamu'o le zarci di'o le tcadu korbi
In the morning, Terry arrived at the marketplace which was at the edge of the city.
cersai
lujvo s1 (mass) is a breakfast composed of dishes including s2. Cf. dormijysai, vacysai, cerni, sanmi.
solnuntolcanci
lujvo x1 is a sunrise at location x2 as observed by x3 See also solnuncanci, solri, cerni, vanci.
bavlamcerni
lujvo c1=l1=b1 is tomorrow morning; c1=l1=b1 is the morning after b2=l2 at location c3. Morning (=cerni), this morning (=cabdeicerni), yesterday morning (=prulamcerni).
dormijbalvi
lujvo b1 is later than noon of day d2 at location d3. donri+midju+balvi; see also vanci, lerci, cerni, nicte, dormidju, lecydo'i
murse
gismu x1 is the [astronomical] twilight/dawn/dusk/half-light/glimmering of day x2 at location x3. Morning twilight, dawn (= cermurse); evening twilight, dusk (= vacmurse). See also cerni, kandi, vanci.
prulamcerni
lujvo c1=l1=p1 is yesterday morning; c1=l1=p1 is the morning before p2=l2 at location c3. Syn. prulamdeicerni. Morning (=cerni), tomorrow morning (=bavlamcerni), this morning (=cabdeicerni).
prulamdeicerni
lujvo c1=l1=p1 is yesterday morning; c1=l1=p1 is the morning before day p2=l2=d1 at location c3. Syn. prulamcerni. Morning (=cerni), tomorrow morning (=bavlamcerni), this morning (=cabdeicerni).