lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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pantera
fu'ivla x1 is a panther (genus Panther) of species x2 tigra - 'Tiger, Panthera tigris Asia', cinfo - 'Lion, Panthera leo (Africa, Gir Forest in India)', djaguara - 'Jaguar, Panthera onca (the Americas)', pardu - 'Leopard, Panthera pardus (Asia and Africa)'
bramlatu
lujvo x1 is a big cat of Family Felidae of species x2 Genus pantera - 'Panthera (roaring or great cats)': tigra - 'Tiger, Panthera tigris Asia', cinfo - 'Lion, Panthera leo (Africa, Gir Forest in India)', djagu'ara - 'Jaguar, Panthera onca (the Americas)', pardu - 'Leopard, Panthera pardus (Asia and Africa)'. Genus Acinonyx: tcitama - 'Cheetah, Acinonyx jubatus (Africa and Iran)'. Genus Puma: parpuma - 'Cougar, Puma concolor (North and South America)'. Genus unki - 'Uncia': irbisa - 'Snow Leopard, Uncia uncia (mountains of central and south Asia)'. Genus Neofelis: iunbau - 'Clouded Leopard, Neofelis nebulosa (southeast and south Asia)', di'ardi - 'Sunda Clouded Leopard, Neofelis diardi (Borneo and Sumatra)'
lu'ei
experimental cmavo convert a grammatical quotation to a tanru unit; x1 expresses/says the quoted text for audience x2 via expressive medium x3. The terminator is li'au. It is neither grammatical nor logical that a fragment and a sentence are connected by a sentence conjunction like ``.i je'' or ``.i ba bo''. However, such an expression is common among non-Lojban texts. Selma'o lu'ei forms a tanru unit, and helps us to translate such an expression without losing logical aspect of Lojban. It is also useful in writing scenarios. See also li'au, lu and me. Example 1: lu'ei ki'u lo nu la'e di'u na se tarti mi'a noi cinfo ku'o lo tamsmi sei spuda li'au .i ba bo la cinfo fau lo nu banli plipe cu cecla vofli pagre lo vacri gi'e snura zvabi'o lo ragve (cited and modified from ``lo se manci te makfa pe la .oz.'' translated by la selpa'i.) Example 2: ko'a lu'ei u'i doi .maman. ko viska .i ta dasni cizra li'au i ko'e lu'ei .oi ko na degja'o .i ko smaji li'au