lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 6 result(s)
gliglibau
lujvo g1=b1 is the British English language, used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Syn. ritybau. Cf. bangenugu, merbau, glibau.
bangenugu
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''eng'' (English). Cf. bangenugu, gliglibau, merbau, xinglibau, kadnyglibau, sralybau, kisyglibau, nanfi'oglibau, bangrnaidjiria.
merbau
lujvo m1=b1 is the American English language used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Cf. ritybau, gliglibau, glibau, bangenugu, bangu, merko, glico,
ritybau
lujvo br1=ba1 is the British English language used by ba2 to express/communicate ba3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Syn. gliglibau. Cf. merbau, glibau, bangu, merko, glico, bangenugu.
glibau
lujvo g1=b1 is the English language used by b2 to express/communicate b3 (si'o/du'u, not quote). Cf. glico, bangu, bangenugu, gliglibau, merbau, xinglibau, kadnyglibau, sralybau, kisyglibau, nanfi'oglibau, bangrnaidjiria.
glico
gismu rafsi: gic gli x1 is English/pertains to English-speaking culture in aspect x2. Generally assume broadest sense of 'English'; may refer to 'English', pertaining to the country/people/culture of England (normally requiring constraint = gligu'e, or simply redundancy = gligli-); British English, the norm language of the UK (= gliglibau). (cf. brito which refers to the United Kingdom as a whole or to the British empire, merko, sralo, kadno, skoto)