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no'ai
experimental cmavo digit/number: absolute zero; nothing; there does not exist; ∄ Mathematically equivalent to no, but implies lack of negative values, especially on a scale (va'e/va'ei e.g.). Equivalent to "rone'e no". Cf. no'e'u, su'o, ro, su'oi, ro'oi
noi'e
experimental cmavo scalar normative: normal in intensity rei'e:ru'e:milxe ; noi'e:na'oi:cnano ; sai'e:sai:mutce ; cai'e:cai:tcetce. See http://mw.lojban.org/papri/zipcpi:_scalar_modifiers
nutli
gismu rafsi: nul nu'i x1 is neutral/not taking sides/medial/not towards any extreme on scale/in dissension x2. Also x2 dispute/struggle (though x2 is not limited to disagreements, which is merely one manifestation of scalar or distributed values in which there is a medial position). See also midju, lanxe, milxe, mutce, cmavo list no'e.
pagbu
gismu rafsi: pag pau x1 is a part/component/piece/portion/segment of x2 [where x2 is a whole/mass]; x2 is partly x1. Partly (= selpau). See also cmavo list pa'u, mulno, xadba, spisa, gunma, rafsi.
pe'ai
experimental cmavo discursive: layperson/laïc meaning; marks a construct as layperson/common/non-technical/non-jargon speech/text Similar, but not equivalent, to pe'a and sa'enai. If a construct could be interpreted in a technical sense (such as the word "likelihood" in English in the field of statistics) but is not being used in that technical sense, it may be marked for layperson interpretation by this word. See also: pe'ainai.
pe'ainai
cmavo-compound technical meaning; marks a construct as jargon/terminology/technical/precise/exact speech/text Marks how a construct is to be interpreted/understood. Similar, but not equivalent, to pe'anai and sa'e. If a construct should/could be interpreted in a technical sense (such as the word "likelihood" in English in the field of statistics) AND is actually being used in that technical sense (rather than in a layperson sense), it may be marked for technical interpretation by this word. See also: pe'ai
pei'a
experimental cmavo scalar / attitudinal question: how very...? Essentially asks for NAI/CAI. For selbri/sumtcita, the full range of NAI/CAI may be asked for; see http://mw.lojban.org/papri/zipcpi:_scalar_modifiers and pai'e. For attitudinals, it is limited to ru'e/na'oi/sai/cai or combinations thereof (use pei to ask for the full range).
pi'ei'au
experimental cmavo mathematical ternary operator: not-greater-prime-counting function Outputs the number of prime numbers that are less than or equal to the input value a according to ordering rules b in ring c; contextless default for c is the standard/typical ring of integers (Z,+,*); contextless default for b is the standard typical ordering of the ring, which is the 'normal' absolute value (signless difference/distance with/from 0) for the standard ring (Z,+,*); thus, it will usually operate as an unary operator. Usually denoted "π(n)" in the literature.
pritu
gismu x1 is to the right/right-hand side of x2 which faces/in-frame-of-reference x3. Also: x3 is the standard of orientation for x2. See also cmavo list ri'u, mlana, crane, trixe, farna, zunle.
pruce
gismu rafsi: ruc ru'e x1 is a process with inputs x2, outputs/results x3, passing through steps/stages x4. x2 resource (= selru'e, but also ru'etci, (ru'er-/ruc- or selru'e-/selruc- modifying:) selxaksu, selsabji, livla). See also cmavo list pu'e, farvi, tadji, grute, tcini.
rei'e
experimental cmavo scalar abator: slightly... / not very... rei'e:ru'e:milxe ; noi'e:na'oi:cnano ; sai'e:sai:mutce ; cai'e:cai:tcetce. See http://mw.lojban.org/papri/zipcpi:_scalar_modifiers
ri'au
experimental cmavo pro-sumti: the next/immediately following sumti (as determined by back-counting rules applied forward) Mostly stylistic in use, although certain word orders may help the audience understand what is being said more easily and thus this word can be more desired. Works basically the same as ri but counts forward; if this word were replaced by the referent sumti (the next sumti) and the next sumti were replaced by ri, the meaning of the sentence would not change at all.
sai'e
experimental cmavo scalar intensifier: very... rei'e:ru'e:milxe ; noi'e:na'oi:cnano ; sai'e:sai:mutce ; cai'e:cai:tcetce. See http://mw.lojban.org/papri/zipcpi:_scalar_modifiers
sei'u'e
experimental cmavo digit/number: ideal first Skewe's constant Sk1 ; the first (minimal positive) infimum for which all greater x in some neighborhood have the property that it is false that the prime counting function at x is less than the logarithmic integral function at x Somewhat dependent on the conclusive truth of the Riemann hypothesis. Humans do not currently know this value precisely, but it is greater than 10^14 and less than 1.39822*10^316
se'o'e
experimental cmavo elliptical/generic/unspecific/vague selbri conversion Basically says 'in some (id est: at least one) ordering/permutation, these arguments and this selbri make sense [and I claim the produced sentence]'. The ordering may be complicated, or it could even be the case that multiple orderings work. Can be useful for when one does not quite remember or care about the exact definition of a brivla, including in sumti; can also be useful when the conversion is particularly complicated, when a desired terbri has a large index, or when multiple conversions are true; it is an allowed, if unhelpful, response to se'u'o.
sidbo
gismu rafsi: sib si'o x1 (idea abstract) is an idea/concept/thought about x2 (object/abstract) by thinker x3. Also (adjective:) x1 is ideal/ideational. See also ciksi, jijnu, mucti, jinvi, nabmi, pensi, xanri, cmavo list si'o.