lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 18 result(s)
gismu rafsi: cun cu'o x1 is random/fortuitous/unpredictable under conditions x2, with probability distribution x3. Also accidental, chancy, by chance, adventitious, arbitrary (also = cuncu'a, cunselcu'a, cunjdi, cunseljdi; based on "unpredictable"). See also cnici, lakne, funca, kalsa, snuti.
dukse ke cunso ckape
That's too risky.
dei cunso jufra
This is a random sentence.
mi cunso penmi ra bu'u lo gusta ca lo prulamdei
I met her by chance at a restaurant yesterday.
su'e pa xabju be la ritcmond ba jinga le cunso
At most, one Richmonder will win the lottery.
su'e pa xabju be la ritcmond ba jinga le cunso
At most one Richmonder will win the lottery.
lo nu ca ma kau le prenu cu tsuku pu cunso
When would he come was unpredictable.
gismu rafsi: nic x1 is orderly/neat/ordered in property/quantity x2 (ka/ni). See also cunso, kalsa.
gismu rafsi: kas x1 is chaotic/disordered in property/aspect x2 (ka). See also cunso, cnici.
lujvo r1 (NU) is casual, not formal/ceremonial. Cf. surla, xalbo, kalsa, cunso.
gismu rafsi: fun fu'a x1 (event/property) is determined by the luck/fortune of x2; (note mabla/zabna not implied). See also cunso, mabla, zabna.
lujvo x1 is inevitable under conditions x2; Any cases under conditions x2 result in x1 See also: narfaunarcu'i, to'e cunso
gismu rafsi: nut x1 (event/state) is an accident/unintentional on the part of x2; x1 is an accident. See also zukte, cunso.
fu'ivla x1 (amount) is the entropy of system x2 under conditions x3 Any type of entropy is allowed, not just Boltzmann entropy; Boltzmann entropy should be named as such. x2 must be a system in the physical sense. See also: boltsemaku, ciste, kalte, cunso, zildatni.
gismu rafsi: la'e x1 (event/state/property) is probable/likely under conditions x2. See also cumki, jinzi, kampu, tcaci, cunso, cafne, fadni, cnano.
lo tsani pu tarci ckaji je cu carmi i tai bo fau lo nu da catlu ty vau da co'a retsku fi lo nei fe lo se du'u xukau lo se ke xlali je cunso cnitcini ke'e prenu ka'e xabju ni'a le tai tsani
The sky was so starry, so bright that, looking at it, one could not help asking oneself whether ill-humoured and capricious people could live under such a sky.