lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 13 result(s)
do'e
cmavo elliptical/unspecified modal.
ko krici do'e lo saske
Believe in science!
ti karda do'e lo valsi
It's a card with a word.
ko krici do'e lo nu prami
Believe in love!
la .tam. cusku lo sedu'u se nabmi do'e le skami
Tom says he's having trouble with his computer.
ma ponse la .dalat. po'u le tcadu be do'e lo pemci
Whose magical land is Dalat,the city of poetry?
ko'a djica tu'a lo me la .ipad. be do'e li vo
She wants a fourth generation iPad.
.i mi cliva mu'i le nu samru'e kelci gi'e sipna do'e le mi se prami
I leave motivated by computer gaming and sleeping with my beloved.
xo'e
experimental cmavo elliptical/unspecified number. See also no'o, tu'o, xo, zo'e, co'e, and do'e.
ti'e da finti lo simsa be la xaskel bei do'e lo kantu skami i i'a i ko dunda fi mi fe lo kantu skami ije mi cilre
They say someone invented something like Haskell for quantum computers. Okay then, give me a quantum computer and I will learn it.
narju'odza
lujvo x1 is an unknown value/argument, unknown to x2 See djuno, kutydza, goilka'i, co'e, zo'e, do'e, xo'e, comco'e, zi'o
pesai
cmavo-compound restrictive relative phrase marker: semi-permanently associated to; will remain associated unless something breaks that relation Proposed as a variation of po with less semantic-boundary difficulties, while freeing up po for reassignment in dialects/forks. Legal ownership is a possible relation; it could also mean, say, the chair assigned to you in an office, which will remain 'your' chair until reassigned, where mere pe could just mean the one you're sitting on. do'esai could be a variation to associate a bridi or the subject of the bridi, e.g. 'ti stizu do'esai mi'. See pecai, pe, ponse, po'a
pecai
cmavo-compound restrictive relative phrase marker: permanently / inalienably associated with; it is impossible or near-impossible to break that relation Proposed as a variation of po'e with less semantic-boundary difficulties, while freeing up po'e for reassignment in dialects/forks. Most words that the concept of 'inalienable possession' applies to, e.g. birka, mamta, or even pendo in some natlangs, have a convenient be place to be used instead with a better-defined meaning. However, this may be used for any relation that is impossible-or-nigh-impossible to break, e.g. the car you worked on and made custom modifications to for years; in a sense, it will still be "your car" even if you sold it. do'ecai could be a variation to associate a bridi or the subject of the bridi, e.g. 'ti karce do'ecai mi'. See also pesai, pe