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fargau
lujvo g1=f3 aims at f1 with f2 (object/event). x3 can be x1 itself or an extra object/event such as "weapon", "effort", etc. Cf. farna.
mlaselfa'a
lujvo f2 is sideways from f3=m2 . x3=f1, the exact direction, is unspecified. Cf. mlana, farna.
snanu
gismu rafsi: nan x1 is to the south/southern side of x2 according to frame of reference x3. See also berti, stuna, stici, farna.
stici
gismu rafsi: sic x1 is to the west/western side of x2 according to frame of reference x3. See also stuna, berti, snanu, farna.
stuna
gismu rafsi: sun x1 is to the east/eastern side of x2 according to frame of reference x3. See also stici, berti, snanu, farna.
blofarga'a
lujvo g1 is the tiller made of g2 of boat/ship f2=b1. Cf. Cf. bloti, farna, grana, bloca'ega'a, blopinfanga'a, blofanga'a, blocpuga'a, blomatryga'a.
cnita
gismu rafsi: nit ni'a x1 is directly/vertically beneath/below/under/underneath/down from x2 in frame of reference x3. Also underside, nether. See also dizlo, gapru, galtu, farna, loldi.
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
gismu rafsi: gap x1 is directly/vertically above/upwards-from x2 in gravity/frame of reference x3. See also tsani, galtu, cnita, drudi, gacri, dizlo, farna.
dizlo
gismu rafsi: diz dzi x1 is low/down/downward in frame of reference x2 as compared with baseline/standard height x3. Also lower; x3 is generally some defined distance above a zero point/baseline, or is that baseline itself. See also cnita, galtu, gapru, farna, loldi.
galtu
gismu rafsi: gal ga'u x1 is high/up/upward in frame of reference x2 as compared with baseline/standard height x3. Also upper; x3 is generally some defined distance above a zero point/baseline, or is that baseline itself. See also gapru, dizlo, cnita, drudi, farna.
pritu
gismu x1 is to the right/right-hand side of x2 which faces/in-frame-of-reference x3. Also: x3 is the standard of orientation for x2. See also cmavo list ri'u, mlana, crane, trixe, farna, zunle.
zunle
gismu rafsi: zul x1 is to the left/left-hand side of x2 which faces/in-frame-of-reference x3. Also x3 is the standard of orientation for x2. See also cmavo list zu'a, pritu, mlana, crane, trixe, farna.
balvi
gismu rafsi: bav x1 is in the future of/later than/after x2 in time sequence; x1 is latter; x2 is former. Also sequel, succeed, successor, follow, come(s) after; time ordering only (use lidne otherwise); aorist in that x1 may overlap in time with x2 as long as it extends afterwards; non-aorist future (= cfabalvi); (default x2 is the space time reference, whereupon:) x1 will occur. See also lidne, cabna, purci, farna.
lidne
gismu rafsi: li'e x1 precedes/leads x2 in sequence x3; x1 is former/preceding/previous; x2 is latter/following. Also x1 before, forerunner; leading, as in 'leading indicators'; x2 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 x1 is in the past of/earlier than/before x2 in time sequence; x1 is former; x2 is latter. Time ordering only (use lidne otherwise); aorist in that x1 may overlap in time with x2 as long as it starts before, x1 starts before x2 but is continuing during x2 (= cfaprucabna); non-aorist before, i.e. x1 is over/ended before x2 starts (= fampru), x1 is completed before x2 starts (= mulpru). See also lidne, balvi, cabna, farna.