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gismu x1 [state/property] is a situation/condition/state/position/are conditions/circumstances of x2. Characteristics or environment of an object/event/process stage or state that are typically/potentially only temporary. See also stuzi, zvati, vanbi, ve pruce, ckaji, zasni.
fu'ivla x1 is virtually / practically / essentially x2 (ka) for purpose x3 (nu/zu'o); for the purpose of x3, x1 might as well be x2 See virtu'ale, ckaji, kosmu, simlu, markai
experimental gismu x1 is an orientation of/on (base) object x2 with features/characteristics/definition x3; x2 is an unoriented version of an object endowed with/given orientation/direction/face x1. Preferred to fardu because of gismu similarity-conflict and the fact that ckaji makes more etymological sense than dunda does. The "giving" is nonagentive. See also: xansa; equivalent zi'evla version: farnadu.
gismu rafsi: cac x1 is a custom/habit/[ritual/rut] of x2 under conditions x3. Also: x1 is customary/usual/the practice. See also fadni, kampu, lakne, jinzi, ckaji, cnano, tarti, ritli, javni, zekri.
lo tsani pu tarci ckaji je cu carmi i tai bo fau lo nu da catlu ty vau da co'a retsku fi lo nei fe lo se du'u xukau lo se ke xlali je cunso cnitcini ke'e prenu ka'e xabju ni'a le tai tsani
The sky was so starry, so bright that, looking at it, one could not help asking oneself whether ill-humoured and capricious people could live under such a sky.
experimental cmavo abstractor: predicate abstractor. x1 is the predicate expressed by [bridi], using bo'a, bo'e, etc for variables. Identical in meaning to an n-ary ka, but with lambda-variables bound to bo'a/bo'e/bo'i/bo'o/bo'u (bo'ai for additional variables) instead of ce'u (which may still be used for "next place"). This is mainly for convenience, to avoid having to assign pro-sumti to ce'u variables either with goi or ce'ai. See me'ei, me'au, cei'e, ckaji, ckini
lujvo s1 (mass of facts) is the study of conduct-governing standards s2=m1 based on methodology s3. Major branches of ethics include "meta-ethics" ({ckaji zei madyske}), "normative ethics" ({bilga zei madyske}), "applied ethics" ({pilno zei madyske}), "moral psychology" ({menli zei madyske}), and "descriptive ethics" ({skicu zei madyske}). Cf. saske.