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experimental cmavo Combination of {coi} and {co'o}, indicating either greetings or partings according to context. The scalar negated forms of this COI are apparently identical to its positive form. cf. coi, co'o, rinsa, tolrinsa.
co'oi lo mi pendo
Ciao, my friend!
co'oi ge'orge zo'u do mo
Hi, George! How's it going?
experimental cmavo vocative: slightly surprised greetings See also coi, co'oi. This is an u'ivla.
experimental cmavo vocative: slightly piratical greetings See also xai, coi, co'oi, o'ai. This is an u'ivla from "ahoy".
zo co'oi poi do pu cusku cu ranxi lo ka se smuni zo coi vau lo ka se smuni zo co'o
Chao that you said was ironic in that instead of meaning "Hi!" it actually meant "Bye!"
experimental cmavo generic single-word generic vocative marker; identifies intended listener with a single, possibly non-Lojban word, delimited by pauses (in speech) or by whitespace (in writing). The intent is that it is allowed everywhere in the grammar where DOI and COI are. See also zo'oi, la'oi, me'oi, ra'oi. Not similar to co'oi. Equivalent to doi la'oi.