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Lojban sentence search

Total: 13 result(s)
dikni
gismu rafsi: dik x1 is regular/cyclical/periodic in property (ka)/activity x2 with period/interval x3. Also uniform; resonant (= dikslicai). See also slilu, rilti, xutla, manfo, boxna.
dikni selratni cartu
Periodic table
mi dikni lo ka lumci lo mi kumfa vau lo jeftu
I am regular in cleaning my room every week.
tende
experimental gismu x1 (entity) tends, has tendency to x2 (property of x1) See dikni, lakne. Proposed rafsi: -te'e-
.i mi pu za lo nanca be li pa .a re cu dikni .irci zo'ei dei .i je ku'i mi ze'u na lojbo zukte
I was a regular in the channel a year or two ago, but have been away from Lojban for a while now.
jvame'o
lujvo x1 is a regular expression matching strings x2 and capturing groups x3, using flags/options/extensions x4. Uses javni and not dikni for the same reason we don't say dikyjvo anymore!
xutla
gismu rafsi: xul x1 is smooth/even/[soft/silky] in texture/regularity. See also plita, rufsu, tengu, dikni, pinta, sakli, spali.
boxna
gismu rafsi: bon bo'a x1 is a wave [periodic pattern] in medium x2, wave-form x3, wave-length x4, frequency x5. See also slilu, dikni, cinje, polje, morna, canre.
manfo
gismu x1 (object/event) is uniform/homogeneous in property x2 (ka). See also prane, curve, ranji, vitno, stodi, dikni, sampu, traji.
rilti
gismu rafsi: ril x1 (sequence/non-text quote) is a rhythm/beat of music/expressive form x2. Not necessarily oscillatory/regular pattern. See also damri, pemci, tonga, zgike, slilu, dikni, sanga, morna.
slilu
gismu rafsi: sli x1 oscillates at rate/frequency x2 through set/sequence-of-states x3 (complete specification). Also (expressible either with desku or slilu): side to side, to and from, back and forth, reciprocal (motion), rotates, revolves. See also dikni, rilti, morna, desku, janbe, boxna.
jefydiknalgundei
lujvo x1=di1=dj1 is a regularly-occurring period of days off work [weekend] lasting x2=dj2 days, recurring every x3=j2=di3 weeks (default 1), for worker x4=g1, at job x5=g2 cf. nalgundei, jeftu, dikni, gunka, djedi, di'i, na'e; "Weekend" (the last two days in a week, presumed to be a rest from work) is a culture-specific concept. It was felt more appropriate to make a word meaning "work holiday" and leave the days/week[s] to be specified by the person.
jvajvo
lujvo l1 is a regular/predictable lujvo (compound predicate word) with meaning l2 and arguments l3 built from phrase l4 and having an argument structure according to rule j1. A Lojban-specific term. The approach of jvajvo is intended to at least constrain what the x2, x3, x4... etc. of a lujvo may be, and also to draw the semantic values of those places from the semantic values of the places of the component brivla. The rationale is that the place structure of an unknown lujvo should not require memorization. This was previously known as ``dikyjvo''; a mistranslation of ``regular lujvo'', as it used the wrong sense of ``regular'' (see dikni).