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Lojban sentence search

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co'oi
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.
doi
cmavo generic vocative marker; identifies intended listener; elidable after COI.
coi .i xu do vi gunka
Hi! Do you work here?
coi .i djica lo nu klama ma
Hi! Where do you want to go?
mi cusku lu coi pendo li'u
I say "Hi, friend.".
coi do i do zukte ma
Hi. How are your doing?
coi .i do pendo la .pitr. xu
Hi! You are Peter's friend, aren't you?
coi mi'e nolraitru be lo munje
Hi, I'm the King of the Universe.
coi djan .i mi'e nai djan
Hi, John. - I'm not John.
coi do do co'i citka xu
Hello, have you already eaten?
coi la .alis. la .doris. pu cliva
Hello, Alice! Doris's just left.
coi do mi se cmene zo adam
Hello to you. I am called "Adam".
fe zo coi cusku fa mi
Hello, said I.
coi lo jbopre u lo certu
Hello, Lojbanists (whether or not you are experts).
ma'oi
experimental cmavo selma'o quote; quotes a word (a cmavo) and uses it to name a selma'o. Example: ma'oi coi is equivalent to COI. See also ra'oi.
ni'au
experimental cmavo attitudinal: 'how do you do?' Chinese style greeting. See also pei, coi, a'oi