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Lojban sentence search

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fe zo coi cusku fa la .tom. ca lo ka cisma
"Hello," said Tom, smiling.
ra cusku lu coi li'u ca lo ro nu mi penmi vo'a
He always says "Hello" when I see him.
coi .i sa'u .au mi cusku lo se du'u co'u nabmi
Hi, I just wanted to let you know that the problem is fixed.
lu coi ro li'u ja'a gendra ni'i lo cizra javni po lo se cusku krasi
"Hello Every" is really grammatically correct, logically because of a crazy rule of an expression source.
mi pu cusku zo coi le fetsi fi'o se rapli li ci
I said "Hello!" top her three times.
ze'oi
experimental cmavo converts following word to selbri-unit: "x1 is related to the meaning of this word in aspect x2" Quoting rules are similar to zo. Roughly, (ze'oi *coi*) ≈ (me la'e zo *coi* moi). Meant primarily to quote cmavo, to supersede use of zei as a way of making "tanru" out of cmavo.
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!"
condi
gismu rafsi: con cno coi x1 is deep in extent in direction/property x2 away from reference point x3 by standard x4. See also clani, caxno, bargu, ganra, rotsu, barda, gutci, minli.
do'oi
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.