lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 53 result(s)
braro'i
lujvo r1 is a boulder/big rock of type/composition r2 from location r3, big as compared with standard/norm b3. Cf. cmana, derxi.
cmatcema'a
lujvo cman1=cmal1 is a hillock/mound/rise/knoll in terrain cman2, small by standard cmal3. Cf. cmalu, mutce, cmana, cmama'a.
ma'arbi'i
lujvo j1 is a valley between mountains/hills c1=j2 in terrain c2. Cf. ma'arfe'a, cmana, punli, kevna
ma'arfe'a
lujvo f1 is a canyon/ravine/chasm in mountain f2=c1 in terrain c2. Cf. ma'arbi'i, cmana, fenra, kevna
punli
gismu rafsi: pul x1 is a swelling/protrusion/convexity [shape/form] at/in/on x2, of material x3. (adjective:) x1 is swollen. See also balji, cmana, plana.
rokspi
lujvo s1=r1 is a pebble/piece of stone of type/composition r2=s2 from location r3. Cf. cmana, dertu.
ma'a klamu'o .a'enai lo skiji cmana .i lo snime cu binxo lo carvi
We finally arrived at the ski hill... the snow had turned into rain.
lo cmana cu zmadu lo xamsi lo ka se nelci be mi
I like the mountains more than I like the sea.
doi cakcurnu fe lo salpo sefta be la fudzi cmana ko cpare co masno .o'odai
Climb Mount Fuji, oh snail, but slowly, slowly.
lo skori cu porpi ca lo nu mi'a cpare lo cmana
The rope broke when we were climbing the mountain.
la Fred pu viska lo za'u cmana faxixo'e noi vofli ga'u la Tsurix
Fred saw the mountains flying over Zurich.
ti flecu lo condi lo lalxu lo galtu krasi pe bu'u loi cmana
This is a current in a deep bed running towards a lake from high springheads in the mountains.
ti flu'ente lo lalxu lo galtu krasi pe bu'u loi cmana lo condi
This is a current in a deep bed running towards a lake from high springheads in the mountains.
lo vu ve'i cmana ba manri lo nu zgana le tumla
That hill will be the reference frame for observing the land.
lo za'u flora cu zvati lo cmana mi'i lo ki'otre be li ci
The flowers are present on the mountain and three kilometers around of it.
ti rirxe lo sudga tumla lo vifne poi flu'ente lo xamsi lo cmana krasi lo condi
This is a river in a dry land running its fresh waters in a deep river bed towards the sea from springheads in the mountains.