lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 16 result(s)
dotco
gismu rafsi: dot do'o x1 reflects German/Germanic culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. See also ropno.
do dotco vau xu
You're Germans, aren't you?
do dotco je'upei
You're Germans, aren't you?
do dotco xu
Are you German?
loi dotco valsi cu so'imei
In the German language there are many long words.
mi ponse lo dotco karce
I own a German car.
ra pu muvdu la dotco gugde
She moved to Germany.
je'e .i mi se gugde lo dotco
I see. I am from Germany.
dotygu'e
lujvo g1 is Germany. Cf. dotco, gugde, gugdedu'e.
mu'a ra se bangu lo dotco e lo fraso e lo glico
For example, he speaks German, French and English.
ko'a ka'e baupli lo dotco .e lo fraso .e ji'a lo glico
She speaks German and French, not to mention English.
mi na morji lo du'u ta'i ma kau cusku lu ki'e li'u bau lo dotco
I can't remember how to say "Thank you" in German.
mi fraso le ka jbena gi'e dotco le ka se natmi
I'm French by birth but German by nationality.
dotybau
lujvo d1=b1 is the German used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Cf. dotco, bangu, bandu'e'u.
xa'anze
fu'ivla x1 is Hanseatic/pertains to the Hanseatic League in aspect x2 Cf. canja, bijgri, bloti, dotco, baurnudusu.
cesyjvedotla'okemsorgugject
cmevla Holy Roman Empire (of the German Nation) The name can be split into multiple parts such as: la censa je dotco latmo sorgugje'a. An easier endonymic fu'ivla is: dotrxailigesromicraixe