lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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lo badna poi crino cu pu'o bredi lo nu citka
A green banana isn't ripe enough to eat.
i lo pezli be lo tricu cu crino
Leaves of trees are green.
ca lo crisa lo pezli poi crino co'a xunre
In the fall leaves that are green, turn red.
lo pa vi grute be lo plise cu crino
This apple fruit is green.
mi jmina lo so'o crino spati lo nanba lo snuji
I add some greenery to bread getting a sandwich.
mi pinxe lo tcati be lo crino pezli
I'm drinking tea brewed from green leaves.
ti poi grana titspi ku'o lo crino plise cu simsa lo vrusi
This candy cane tastes like green apple.
mi pu na kakne lo nu jai gau jinsa lo barna fai lo do crino pastu
I couldn't get the stain out of your green dress.
e'o cticpe pa crino tcati ke titla bisli e re taigrteil zei bisyladru
Can you order a green tea popsicle and two Tigertail ice creams?
le ninmu ne pa'a la alis cu se kanla lo crino
The woman is like Alice except that the woman has green eyes.
cicna
gismu x1 is cyan/turquoise/greenish-blue [color adjective]. See also skari, blabi, xekri, kandi, carmi, crino, blanu.
ri'orkliru
lujvo x1 is chlorine. see also: crino, kliru, li'orkliru, xunkliru, zirkliru
ri'ornimre
lujvo x1 is a lime of variety x2. Cf. crino, nimre, barda, pelnimre, najnimre, branimre.
tsaprnigru
fu'ivla x1 is a quantity of black peppar (Piper nigrum) causing flavor/effect x2, of type x3. Black peppar (x3=lo'e xekri), green peppar (x3=lo'e crino), white peppar (x3=lo'e blabi). See also pepper plant (=sparpipera), long pepper (=tsaprpipali), cubeb (=tsaprkubeba), West African pepper (=tsaprguinense), pepper spice in general (=tsaprpipera).
debrpisu
fu'ivla d1 is a pea from plant [legume] of species Pisum sativum of variation/variety/cultivar d2. Yellow/Green split pea (="pelxu/crino je xadba debrpisu"). x2 could be snow pea (="la'o ly saccharatum ly"), snap pea (="la'o ly macrocarpon ly"). See also rutrpisu.
blabi
gismu rafsi: lab x1 is white/very-light colored [color adjective]. Pale forms of other colors are a compound of white; e.g. pink (= labyxu'e, xunblabi) (whereas kandi is used for pale = dimness, lack of intensity). See also skari, xekri, grusi, kandi, manku, carmi, bakri, blanu, bunre, cicna, crino, narju, nukni, pelxu, xunre, zirpu.