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Lojban sentence search

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gismu rafsi: jin x1 is a ring/annulus/torus/circle [shape/form] of material x2, inside diam. x3, outside diam. x4. Also ellipse, oval (= jincla); (usage has been for near-circles, such as tight spirals, even if not closed loops). Also band, belt, encircle (= jinsru). See also clupa, cukla, dasri, karli, sovda, sruri, konju.
ti solji djine
This is a golden ring.
i lo vi djine cu curve lo ka solji
This ring is of pure gold.
lo vi djine cu xukmi lo solji li pi mu bi mu
This ring is 58.5% pure gold.
gismu rafsi: sri x1 is a ribbon/tape/strip/band/stripe of material x2. See also djine.
lujvo j1 is a ring on finger j2=d1. Cf. djine, jadypijne.
lo nu ko'a vlipa cu revgau lo gugde be lo elfe bei bu'u la midju terdi co'u lo nu co'i daspo la turni djine
Their power maintained the realms of the Elves in Middle-earth until the destruction of the Ruling Ring
gismu x1 is a collar/ring/belt/band around/surrounding x2 made of material x3. Also sphincter. See also sruri, djine.
gismu rafsi: cup x1 is a loop/circuit of x2 [material]. Also noose (= skoclupa, saljgeclupa; there is no indication of shape, but merely that the ends join/meet); closed curve defined by set of points (= cuptai). See also djine.
gismu rafsi: cuk x1 is round/circular [2-dimensional shape/form]; x1 is a disk/circle/ring. Normally used for a filled-in circle/disk, but emphasis on roundness means that the concept may include 'ring'. See also djine, ranji, bolci, tarmi.
gismu rafsi: kon ko'u x1 is a cone [shape/form] of material x2 with vertex x3. Also ellipse, ellipsoid (= konclupa). See also jesni, djine, sovda, kojna, jganu.
gismu rafsi: rur sru x1 encircles/encloses/is surrounding x2 in direction(s)/dimension(s)/plane x3. (jinsru =) x1 is a ring/belt/band/girdle around/circling/ringing x2 near total containment in some dimension(s). See also karli, senta, snuji, vanbi, se nenri, se jbini, bartu, djine.
gismu rafsi: sov so'a x1 is an egg/ovum/sperm/pollen/gamete of/from organism [mother/father] x2. (poorly metaphorical only due to gender- and species- being unspecified): ovoid, oblate (= pevyso'aseltai, but better: claboi); egg, specifically female (= fetso'a), of a bird (= cpifetso'a, cpiso'a), of a chicken (= jipcyfetso'a, jipcyso'a. (but note that Lojban does not require specificity, just as English doesn't for either milk or eggs; "sovda" is fine for most contexts); If fertilized, then tsiju or tarbi. (cf. ganti, gutra, mamta, patfu, rorci, tsiju, lanbi, tarbi; also djine, konju for shape, tarbi)