ka'o'ei
experimental cmavo imaginary i, comma  spherical coordinates: first coordinate gives magnitude (complex modulus/radius) of the number, the second number gives the angle from the positive real axis measured counterclockwise (default: in the primary branch/Arg) as measured in some units (which that number should contain; the contextless default will suppose radians); the angle is not normalized The number (r, x) = r*e^(i x). The angle x is (by default) measured in radians and is not normalized (contains no hidden/inherent multiples of pi). See also: te'o, ka'o.


kei'i
experimental cmavo nonlogical connective/mekso operator  variable arity: X1 \ X2 Ordered: 'x1 kei'i x2' is not generally the same as/equivalent to 'x2 kei'i x1'. If X1 is not explicitly specified, it is taken to be some universal set in the discourse (of which all other mentioned sets are subsets, at the least); in this case, the word operates more as the set (absolute) complement. When X1 is specified, it represents the set relative complement. Somewhat analogous to logical NOT (just as intersection is analogous to logical AND, union is analogous to logical ANDOR). The preferred description/name in English is "set (theoretic) exclusion".


klesi


ko'oi


krasi


li'ei


lifri
gismu rafsi: lif fri x_{1} [person/passive/state] undergoes/experiences x_{2} (event/experience); x_{2} happens to x_{1}. Also has/have (of events/experiences); (adjective:) x_{1} is empirical; suggests passive undergoing but does not exclude active (per zukte) intent; a deserved experience: reward or punishment (= jernyfri, zanjernyfri, maljernyfri). See also cmavo list ri'i, jmive, fasnu, renvi.


lu'au
experimental cmavo Bridi to text conversion Essentially equivalent to se in the context of a se du'u. Inverse of du'au; however note that this is not singlevalued, while du'au (provided context) is singlevalued. Hence "lu'au du'au" is a useful idiom for constructing a text which has the same basic meaning as another text but is not necessarily the same text.


mai'i
experimental cmavo prosumti: the universal argument/value; syntacticallycontextually and typepermitted maximally generic in its typing It is a prosumti with a universal reference set (restricted to syntacticallydemanded/appropriate type). Probably semantically maximally and generally elliptical/generic. Typing can be restricted by (possibly metalinguistic) restriction. See also: zai'o (prosumti; empty), gai'o (probridi; empty), cei'i (probridi; universal), ctaipe. Proposed by: lai .az. .e lai .krtisfranks.


manri


mintu


moi'i


mu'ai


mu'oi


na'au
experimental cmavo converts an unevaluated mekso expression into a sumti referencing its evaluated result (if sensible/defined) For example, would be prefixed to ke'a in xe'auNOIhA clauses in order to reference the bracketed (unevaluated, formal) subexpression's evaluated result. In some sense, this word plays inverse of/to me'o, but may see less general use since expressions are typically evaluated at the end of mekso utterances. (Thus, this word may find its greatest amount of usage within mekso expressions before they are concluded and evaluated.)


ni'a'au
experimental cmavo mekso nary operator: append covariant (lower) indices to tensor Terminated by te'oi'oi. Takes ordered input (A, X_1, X_2, …, X_(n1)), where A is a tensor and X_i is an index with an understood (or elsewhere defined) ordered domain. It appends/assigns X_i to be the ith covariant index of A, which is usually designated as a subscript in the ith position to the right of A. See also: ga'u'au. It is probable that Einstein summation notation will be conventionally in effect.
