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cimjvo
lujvo l1 is an implicitly metaphorical lujvo with meaning l2 and arguments l3 built from metaphor l4. Used to refer to metaphorical lujvo that do not contain any -pev- rafsi (for “pe'a”). The word “cimjvo” is itself an example of cimjvo. Synonym of “cimjvo” with explicit metaphor: “pevycimjvo”.
ridnormro
lujvo x1 is undead/a living-dead of type/mythology x2 Not necessarily evil, nor having been previously alive/dead (this is considered a cimjvo).
metfo
experimental gismu x1 (bridi) is a metaphor/figurative expression having literal meaning x2 See sidysmu, tanru, pevna, pe'a, ve lujvo, cimjvo
pevna
experimental gismu x1: its qualities are represented as a metaphor x2 in dimension x3+1,2} x3 can include references to x1 and x2. See pe'a, sidysmu, tanru, metfo, ve lujvo, cimjvo
pevycimjvo
lujvo l1 is an implicitly metaphorical lujvo with meaning l2 and arguments l3 built from metaphor l4. Used to refer to metaphorical lujvo that do not contain any -pev- rafsi (for “pe'a”). The word “cimjvo” is an example of such a lujvo and synonymous to pevycimjvo.
jifpedle'u
lujvo x1 is a "false friend" (letter/symbol in a different writing system that looks similar, but differs significantly in meaning) to x2, in alphabet/character-set x3 representing x4 This is a cimjvo, with a rather obvious calque from a metaphor common to many languages. See lerfu, smuni, bangu
jifpedvla
lujvo x1 is a "false friend" (word in different language that looks or sounds similar, but differs significantly in meaning) to x2, meaning x3 in language x4. This is a cimjvo, with a rather obvious calque from a metaphor common to many languages. See valsi, smuni, bangu. Synonymous to pevjifpedvla.