lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 55 result(s)
ro da djuno lo du'u le fetsi ka'e xamgu tavla bau lo glico
Everybody knows she can speak English well.
le glico gugyka'i cu pu camcpe lo nu ri tolka'i penmi le gugja'a
The English ambassador demanded to meet with the President directly.
le nolraitruni'u be le glico cu tamne le nolraitrunau be le sfero
The Queen of England is related to the King of Sweden.
mi pu fanva lu coi ui li'u lo glico lo lojbo zoi gy. yay, hello! .gy.
I translated "coi ui" to English from Lojban as "Yay, hello!"
mi pu traduki lu coi ui li'u noi lojbo zoi gy.yay, hello!.gy. noi glico
I translated Lojban "coi ui" to English as "Yay, hello!"
lu coi ro do li'u se traduki fi zoi gy.hello, everyone!.gy. noi glico
"coi ro do" is translated to English as "Hello, everyone!"
ki'u lo nu ciska bau lo glico kei lo nu tcidu lo vi cukta cu frili mi
Written in English, this book is easy for me to read.
lo jungo bangu cu darno lo glico bangu lo ka va'o ce'u ma kau tarmi lo nu bacru
Chinese language is far from English in the manner of pronunciation.
brito
gismu rafsi: rit x1 reflects British/United Kingdom culture/nationality in aspect x2. See also glico, skoto, merko, ropno.
gligu'e
lujvo gu1 is England (country). Cf. glico, gugde, glibau, glige'a, ritygu'e, kotygu'e.
gligugde
lujvo x1 is an England of peoples x2 with territory x3, being English in aspect x4. Made from glico + gugde.
glixi'o
lujvo x1=g1 is Anglican in aspect x2=g2. Cf. glico, xriso, patxi'o, la'orxi'o, sunxi'o, lijda.
merko
gismu rafsi: mer x1 pertains to USA/American culture/nationality/dialect in aspect x2. See also brito, bemro, ketco, xispo, glico.
itlo
fu'ivla x1 pertains to Italy/Italian culture/nationality/dialect in aspect x2. From the Italian prefix "italo". See also brito, bemro, ketco, xispo, glico, fraso, merko, latmo.
kadnyglibau
lujvo k1=g1=b1 is the Canadian English language used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Cf. kadno, glico, bangu, glibau, bangenugu.
kisyglibau
lujvo k1=g1=b1 is the Pakistani English language used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Cf. kisto, glico, bangu, glibau, bangenugu, kisybau