fargau
lujvo g_{1}=f_{3} aims at f_{1} with f_{2} (object/event). x_{3} can be x_{1} itself or an extra object/event such as "weapon", "effort", etc. Cf. farna.


mlaselfa'a


snanu


stici


stuna


blofarga'a
lujvo g_{1} is the tiller made of g_{2} of boat/ship f_{2}=b_{1}. Cf. Cf. bloti, farna, grana, bloca'ega'a, blopinfanga'a, blofanga'a, blocpuga'a, blomatryga'a.


cnita


farnxilbrti
fu'ivla x1 is the direction of vector x2 in Hilbert space (with basis/in coordinates, including defined scales and origins) x3; x1 is the direction of x2 in a Hilbert sense For example: quantum spin vectors are in terms of Hilbert space directions (components are oriented along directionals that are oriented in a Hilbert sense, rather than a physical/spatial sense). Such directions are a subset of the set of all directions. See also: farna


gapru


dizlo


galtu


pritu


zunle


balvi
gismu rafsi: bav x_{1} is in the future of/later than/after x_{2} in time sequence; x_{1} is latter; x_{2} is former. Also sequel, succeed, successor, follow, come(s) after; time ordering only (use lidne otherwise); aorist in that x_{1} may overlap in time with x_{2} as long as it extends afterwards; nonaorist future (= cfabalvi); (default x_{2} is the space time reference, whereupon:) x_{1} will occur. See also lidne, cabna, purci, farna.


lidne
gismu rafsi: li'e x_{1} precedes/leads x_{2} in sequence x_{3}; x_{1} is former/preceding/previous; x_{2} is latter/following. Also x_{1} before, forerunner; leading, as in 'leading indicators'; x_{2} after, trailing (= selyli'e for reordered places). See also cmavo list li'e, balvi, ralju, rebla, purci for time sequence, jersi, porsi, jatna, farna.


purci
gismu rafsi: pur pru x_{1} is in the past of/earlier than/before x_{2} in time sequence; x_{1} is former; x_{2} is latter. Time ordering only (use lidne otherwise); aorist in that x_{1} may overlap in time with x_{2} as long as it starts before, x_{1} starts before x_{2} but is continuing during x_{2} (= cfaprucabna); nonaorist before, i.e. x_{1} is over/ended before x_{2} starts (= fampru), x_{1} is completed before x_{2} starts (= mulpru). See also lidne, balvi, cabna, farna.
