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srana
gismu rafsi: ra'a x1 pertains to/is germane/relevant to/concerns/is related/associated with/is about x2. Also: x1 is a question of/treats of x2; can be symmetric, although x1 is conventionally more specific or constrained in scope than x2. See also cmavo list ra'a, ckini, ponse, steci.
stuzi
gismu rafsi: tuz stu x1 is an inherent/inalienable site/place/position/situation/spot/location of x2 (object/event). Generally used for normally stationary objects/events, to give their 'permanent' location. See also cmavo list tu'i, jmive, diklo, zvati, tcini, xabju, jibni, judri, lamji, mokca, stali.
su'au
experimental cmavo digit/number: exact, exactly equal to, no more and no less, mathematically ideally (no measuring or rounding error) In the su'e and su'o family. In some sense, it is equivalent to su'e je su'o; in some sense, it emphasizes the exact equality; but it also can distinguish results from data/measurements and mathematical truths. See also: su'ai.
su'ero
cmavo-compound digit/number: any number "Not more than all"; idiom to indicate that any number (within contextual limits, i.e. rone'e bi'i ro) would satisfy the predicate. su'ono "at least zero" is also usable in contexts where negative numbers aren't meaningful (e.g. most quantifiers). See xe'e, xo'e
su'ifa'uvu'u
cmavo-compound mekso operator: plus or minus with order important, (((a±b)±c)±...±z) Strictly not "positive or negative" (if order matters, use ma'ufa'uni'u instead for that purpose). Subscript fa'u when multiple such operators (including "positive or negative" and others) are in use but are applied independently. This word is more useful and more general in mathematics than su'ijavu'u is, but is perhaps/arguably less general(ly useful) in Lojban, syntactically speaking, since not all statements have multiple occurrences of fa'u that may be linked.
su'ijavu'u
cmavo-compound mekso operator: plus or minus, (((a±b)±c)±...±z) Strictly not "positive or negative" (which is ma'ujani'u vel sim.). This word is general but could easily be replaced by su'ijonaivu'u when the two options are not equivalent (usually when none of the operands are 0). Not preferred in complicated expressions wherein order of operations is important: see su'ifa'uvu'u or su'ifa'u'aivu'u.
tadji
gismu x1 [process] is a method/technique/approach/means for doing x2 (event) under conditions x3. Also practice/way/mode; style/manner/conduct (= tratadji); pattern (= montadji, tadjymo'a, or platadji, tadjypla). See also ciste, pruce, zukte, pluta, cmavo list ta'i.
ta'ei
experimental cmavo discursive: reconsideration of statement - continuing (on) in that line of thought/discussion Common English phrases that may (based on context) indicate reconsideration of what has been or was about to be said: reconsider, back-pedal, "On second thought", second thinking, "Eh", "Never mind", "Forget that (all)", "I should not have said that", "Actually, ...", conversational U-turn, revise, retrace (with intent to brush aside/over, ignore, move in different direction of conversation), reevaluate, reweigh, review, rethink (that), emend/correct (with intent to avoid a certain path of discussion), etc.
te'au'u
experimental cmavo mekso ternary operator: Knuth up-arrow notation: a \textasciicircum{}…\textasciicircum{} b with c-2 arrows ("\textasciicircum{}") initially, evaluated from right to left; the cth hyperoperator on a by b c must be a nonnegative integer. c=0 is the lowest-order hyperoperator in the structure. Thus, for integers: c=0 is succession of/on b (in which case a can be omitted or be any number), c=1 is addition, c=2 is multiplication, c=3 is exponentiation, c=4 is tetration, etc. Notice that right-grouping is in effect for all c; thus x*(y*z) is calculated, rather than (x*y)*z.
te'i
experimental cmavo at a point on time axis temjudri modal. See also de'i and ti'u. ex.) su'o da nuntumdesku te'i li re no pa mu pi'e mu pi'e ci no pi'e re no pi'e re vo noi sinxa lo mentu ku'o te te'i u'y ty cy xi ma'u so (There was an earthquake at 2015-05-30 20:24 UTC+9.) / su'o da nuntumdesku te'i li re vo mu ze pa ze re pi so ze mu te te'i la juli'us (There was an earthquake at 2457172.975 of Julian date.)
terporcmi
lujvo x1 is a member of the unordered set x2 upon which rules x3 are applied in order to produce list x4; x1 is a member of the elements constituting list x4. Also "x1 is part of list x4". cf. cmima, cmavo list lu'a and lo'i, porsi.
tu'oi
experimental cmavo null connective operand; used to fill empty places in JOI Used with JOI to create sets/masses/sequences containing zero or one members. "tu'oi ce tu'oi" = the empty set (lo kutysetmima), "la .djon. joi tu'oi" = the mass consisting of only John. See tu'o, zi'o, zai'o
valrtosmabru
fu'ivla x1 is a tosmabru word Note: for obvious reasons, zo will probably not work here. You probably want lo'u/le'u or zoi to quote x1. A tosmabru word looks like a lujvo, but it falls apart into several cmavo and a lujvo/gismu. For more see http://mw.lojban.org/index.php?title=tosmabru_test. See also valslinku'i.
valsitosmabru
fu'ivla x1 is a tosmabru word Note: for obvious reasons, zo will probably not work here. You probably want lo'u/le'u or zoi to quote x1. A tosmabru word looks like a lujvo, but it falls apart into several cmavo and a lujvo/gismu. For more see http://mw.lojban.org/index.php?title=tosmabru_test. See also valslinku'i.
valslinku'i
fu'ivla x1 is a slinku'i word Note: for obvious reasons, zo will probably not work here. You probably want zoi to quote x1. A slinku'i word form looks like a stage-4 fu'ivla, but would be ambiguous when following certain cmavo, so it is disallowed. For more see http://mw.lojban.org/index.php?title=lo_valslinku%27i_cu_mo. See also valrtosmabru.
vi'oi'au
experimental cmavo mekso unary operator: the set of all fixed points of function a The output is an (unordered) set of all of the fixed/stationary/self-mapping points of the input function a; in other words, it the set of all x that are in the domain of a such that a(x) = x. Beware that a may have a larger range than intended (for example, e^x makes sense even for some matrix-valued x). Use mau'au for quoting a.