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lujvo g1=b1 is Indonesia. Cf. bindo, gugde, gugde'idu, bidgug, meljo, baxso, xazdo.
lujvo g2 is a/are citizen(s) of country g1 according to law f1 specifying f2 (state/event) for community f3. From flalu, gugde. Cf. flaxa'u.
lujvo gu1 is England (country). Cf. glico, gugde, glibau, glige'a, ritygu'e, kotygu'e.
lujvo x1 is an England of peoples x2 with territory x3, being English in aspect x4. Made from glico + gugde.
lujvo p1 is a state/province/region (first-level administrative division) of country p2=g1. Cf.gugde, pagbu. A province or region can also be a second-level administrative division; for these use gugypausle.
lujvo j1=g1 is China. Cf. jungo, gugde, djunguos, gugdecunu, xa'anzu, jugbau.
lujvo k1=g1 is Pakistan. Cf. kisto, gugde, gugdepuku. The 'national' language of Pakistan is xurbau.
lujvo l1=g3 is a dependent territory relying on the sovereignty of l2 (state). Examples are British Virgin Islands, Netherlands Antilles, and American Samoa. Cf. gugde, zifyje'a.
gismu x1 is a flag/banner/standard of/symbolizing x2 with pattern(s) x3 on material x4. See also gugde, jecta.
experimental gismu x1 is the ISO-named country of people x2 with ISO-name x1, according to rule/specification x3 See also: gugde, jviso.
gismu rafsi: nat nai x1 is a nation/ethnic group of peoples x2; [people sharing a history/culture]. See also jecta, kulnu, lanzu, gugde, bangu, cecmu.
lujvo g1 is Great Britain (country). Cf. brito, gugde, ritnai, gligu'e, kotygu'e.
lujvo j1 is an empire governing over g1 provinces with j2=g3 territories. Made out of so'i, gugde, jecta
lujvo j1 is a union or loose federation of sovereign states. Cf. su'o, gugde, jecta, balgu'e. Examples: United Nations (UN), European Union (EU), Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN).
gismu rafsi: tum tu'a x1 is a parcel/expanse of land at location x2; x1 is terrain. (cf. vacri, xamsi; tutra, which need not be land, gugde, xamsi)
lujvo t1=p1 is a district of p2 administered by t2. An administrative district is usually a second-level division of a country, hence the reduplicated "-paupau". Cf. turni, gugde.