lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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fa'u'ai
experimental cmavo non-logical connective: antirespectively; unmixed but reverse ordered distributed association. Works together with fa'u; given an ordering by fa'u, the terms connected by this word are (applied) in opposite order.
fe'au'u
experimental cmavo mekso ternary operator: positive super-root; the bth super-root (inverse operator of hyper-operator with respect to base) of a of order c-2. c must be nonnegative (and currently must also be an integer). See: dei'au'o, te'au'u, de'au'u
fi'oi
experimental cmavo Right-scoping adverbial clause: encloses a bridi and turns it into an adverbial term; the antecedent (ke'a) of the enclosed bridi stands for the outer bridi {lo su'u no'a ku} (the bridi in which this fi'oi term appears), including all the other adverbial terms (tags...) within this bridi located on the right of this fi'oi term (rightward scope). Terminator: fi'au.
fu'a'ai
experimental cmavo digit/number: first Foias' constant; the unique value of x1 such that x_n -> ∞ as n -> ∞ for x_{n+1} = (1 + (1/( x_n )))^n; such x1 = 1.187… See also: fu'a'au
ga'au
experimental cmavo digit/number: Euler–Mascheroni constant, usually denoted by lowercase gamma (γ); approximately 0.5772156649 (in decimal). The difference in the limit as n becomes arbitrarily large between/of: the sum of (1/k) for all strictly positive integers k < (n+1), and the natural logarithm of n.
gai'o
experimental cmavo pro-bridi: the empty predicate See also: zai'o (pro-sumti; empty), mai'i (pro-sumti; universal), cei'i (pro-bridi; universal), ctaipe.
gasnu
gismu rafsi: gau x1 [person/agent] is an agentive cause of event x2; x1 does/brings about x2. (cf. cmavo list gau, gunka, zukte, rinka, fasnu for non-agentive events, jibri, kakne, pilno)
ie'i
experimental cmavo attitudinal: disgust - attraction Expresses disgust (loathing, revulsion). Based on rigni, its opposite is trina (attraction, liking). To be used instead of the "disgust"/repulsion of a'unai for any kind of disgust whose opposite is not cinri, but trina.
je'abo
cmavo-compound negation sumti qualifier: that which indeed is. Cf. je'a, bo, na'ebo, no'ebo, to'ebo.
je'aucu'i
cmavo-compound discursive: correcting/corrective/correction - inattentive/uncaring/neutral toward the presence of possible errors - permitting (known/likely/plausible) errordiscursive: correcting/corrective/correction - inattentive/uncaring/neutral toward the presence of possible errors - permitting (known/likely/plausible) error/incompleteness/approximation Potentially useful for academic/technical honesty.
jinzi
gismu rafsi: jiz x1 (property - ka) is an innate/inherent/intrinsic/natural property/quality/aspect of x2. See also lakne, rarna, stati, cmavo list ka'e, tcaci.
jo'au'o
experimental cmavo shift letterals to Lojban alphabet What a "Lojban alphabet" constitutes is determined by culture/context. This shift returns letterals to their contextless default/natural form. (Part of a proposal to restrict definition of lo'a to strictly the Latin script.)
joi'i
experimental cmavo mekso string operator (n-ary): formal left-concatenation; X_1+X_2+X_3+..., where X_i is a string/word/text Generally noncommutative. The result is a single string written over the alphabet that is the union of each of the alphabets of the X_i's. "ABC"+"DEF"+"GHI" = "ABCDEFGHI". See konkatena.
ju'acu'i
cmavo-compound evidential: I say without asserting; "supposedly… / allegedly…" Used to describe something as others describe it or as convenient, but without asserting that the description is accurate or correct. Something like English "so-called", but without necessarily implying sarcasm (xo'o). See ju'a, iacu'i
ju'anai
cmavo-compound evidential: I say without asserting; "supposedly… / allegedly…" Used to describe something as others describe it or as convenient, but without asserting that the description is accurate or correct. Something like English "so-called", but without necessarily implying sarcasm (xo'o). See ju'a, iacu'i
ju'ei
experimental cmavo Tight scope bridi separator; analogous to {.i} without ending the abstractor or relative clause. "nu broda ju'ei brode" is equivalent to "nu ju'e gi broda gi brode". Similarly "ko'a noi broda ju'ei brode" is equivalent to "ko'a noi ju'e gi broda gi brode".