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experimental cmavo binary mathematical operator: vector norm/magnitude of vector a in structure (normed vector space) b Contextless default for b: Euclidean normed vector space over the reals or complexes; in relativity, without context, the default interpretation for a four-vector is the Minkoski magnitude. b determines the meaning of the norm. Accompanies and clarifies cu'a.
experimental cmavo discursive: indicate a change in speaker; used generally in quotations. Considered to have sa'a attached to it by default. Using sa'anai would cancel that effect. Used to quote dialogues.
experimental cmavo other than me Can include do. ma'a can be defined as "mi jo'u do jo'u da'ai"
cmavo-compound digit/number: counting from least contextually-possible number; least possible number + n; default n=1 Counts up from rone'e, similar to how da'a counts down from ro
experimental cmavo attitudinal cause attribution Whereas dai simply marks an attitudinal as applying to someone other than the speaker, and da'oi attributes the preceding attitudinal as belonging to someone specific, da'ei attributes the cause of one's feeling to someone/something else.
experimental cmavo attitudinal modifier: supposed emotion - factual emotion Used for emotions that are non-factual, for example when talking about hypothetical events. la'a ui dai'i mi ba te dunda lo karce lo mi patfu I will probably be given a car by my dad and I would feel happy about it if that happened.
experimental cmavo attitudinal attribution Whereas dai simply marks an attitudinal as applying to someone other than the speaker, da'oi explicitly attributes the preceding attitudinal. In particular, dai is equivalent to da'oi na'e bo mi.
experimental cmavo on (n)-th day from a given point (by default from today) "ni'u de'ei / yesterday", "no de'ei / today", "pa de'ei / tomorrow". When tagging a sumti, the sumti specifies the given point. See also zu'oi, djedi
experimental cmavo mekso binary operator: Lambert product-log W function; W(a, b) Default: b=0. a can be any complex number (for which W is defined) and b is any integer denoting the branch (where b=0 implies the principal branch). See also: vau'au'o.
experimental cmavo in the year N. na'ardetri modal. ex.) la berlin.bitm cu porpi de'i'e li pasobiso (The Berlin Wall was broken in 1989.) See also de'i; de'i'a, de'i'i, de'i'o, de'i'u.
experimental cmavo in the Nth month. ma'irdetri modal. ex.) lo ckule cu de'a gubni de'i'i li bi (The school is closed in August.) See also de'i; de'i'a, de'i'e, de'i'o, de'i'u.
experimental cmavo vocative: well-wish - curse Used to express well-wishes/curses. See also dimna, zandapma, dapma, ki'e, doi
experimental cmavo impersonal pronoun; generic-you; generic-one; a generalized person See su'a, da'i, lo'e, do, da, zo'e
cmavo-compound "anti-vocative": specifically denies that the referent is the intended listener. *Note: Only accepted by experimental grammar* (u'u doinai la .djon.) = "Sorry, I wasn't talking to you, John". May also be used alone if the referent is obvious from context.
gismu rafsi: fau x1 (event) is an event that happens/occurs/takes place; x1 is an incident/happening/occurrence. (cf. cmavo list fau, krefu, lifri, fatci, rapli; gasnu, zukte, if specifically agentive, banli)
gismu rafsi: fat fa'e x1 [sequence] is in reverse order from x2 [sequence]; x1 (object) is inverted from x2 (object). Also opposite (one sense). See also cmavo list fa'e, dukti.