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experimental cmavo we; several people including one of the speakers; I (the speaker) and at least one another person (even if that person is one of the speakers too) English "we". mi'a, mi'o and ma'a are more specific cases of mi'ai.
experimental cmavo inclusive we; includes the speaker (I) and the listener (you), but may or may not include others May mean mi'o or ma'a, but never mi'a. Also see mi'ai.
lujvo x1=p1 is polyamorous/loves many people (romantic love implied), including, but not limited to, set x2=p2. Romantic love, is, I suppose, not absolutely necessary, but seems likely. See also prami, so'i, sorcinpa'i.
experimental cmavo at the minute N of the hour. cacryme'utcika modal. ex. mi ti xrukla ti'u'e li ci no (I will be back at thirty minutes past the hour.) See also ti'u; ti'u'a, ti'u'i.
lujvo p1 = x2 imagines / visualizes imaginary subject / concept p2 = x1. Not limited to visual imagination. Made from xanri + pensi; technically should be selxarpei, but I can't see "xanri pensi" having any other meaning.
cmavo-compound discursive: false-true question. Example: xunai do djuno - 'Don't you know?'. Only negates the question rhetorically, and not the expected answer; go'i/ja'a/je'u still means "Yes, I know".
experimental cmavo attitudinal modifier: observed emotion; preceding attitudinal is observed on listener Replaces recent questionable usage of dai, which should be reserved for situations in which the speaker also feels the emotion. ui nai zai'a - I see you are unhappy. (Note that observation is not limited to visual)
fu'ivla x1 is a formal polynomial with coefficients x2 (ordered list) of degree x3 over structure/ring x4 (to which coefficients x2 all belong) and in indeterminant x5 If x2 is presented as an ordered list, the entries represent the 'coefficients' of the particular polynomial and are specified in the order such that the ith entry/term is the (i-1)th 'coefficient' for all natural numbers i between 1 and n+1 inclusively; thus, the first entry is the constant term (when treated as a function), the second term is the coefficient of the argument of x5 (when treated as a function), and the nth term is the coefficient of the argument of x5 exponentiated by (n-1). See also: tefsujme'o (polynomial function)
experimental cmavo reset bridi-level to zero Auto-inserts all necessary terminators to reset to the top-level bridi of the sentence (i.e. everything that i would insert except the last vau). This is useful if you have opened multiple NU/NOI subclauses, and just want to close them all to add more sumti, terms, or a xoi clause to the main bridi without using a bunch of terminators. // May also be used with UI-cmavo. UI-cmavo placed immediately after i'au would scope over the entire sentence. This is useful for attaching attitudinals as afterthoughts, without having to close the entire sentence manually with the right number of vaus. See ji'au, fu'e, fu'o.
lujvo g1=p1 thinks about/considers/ponders/reflects upon doing b1=g2=p2 (nu) after b2 (nu) I found that there was no good, single word for "thinking about doing ... after ...". (See balvi, gasnu, and pensi)
experimental cmavo on the Nth day of the month. ma'irdeidetri modal. ex.) mi cliva lo gugde de'i'o li cino (I will leave the country on the 30th.) See also de'i; de'i'a, de'i'e, de'i'i, de'i'u.
lujvo x1 (event/person) is unimportant/insignificant to x2 (event/person) due to/in aspect x3; x2 doesn't care about x1's x3-ness. I found myself saying [na'e vajni] very often and thus thought that it'd be nice to have a lujvo for it.
lujvo x1 (number) is the minute/minute notation of the hour, of event/state x2, in system x3. cacra zei mentu zei tcika. As default, the number x1 is counted from the first minute of the hour. See ti'u'e for BAI. ex.) li cino cu cacryme'utcika lo nu mi ti xrukla kei py sy ty (I will be back at thirty minutes past the hour PST.)
fu'ivla x1 gives x2 (li) fucks about x3. A smaller x2 means less caring. Use of vague numbers is obviously permitted. (Why not?) "Barely give a shit" (= "gleua li so'u") "Doesn't give a fuck" (= "gleua li no"). Numbers can be made to lujvo with this to create pseudo-words meaning "to give no fucks" (= "no zei gleua"). Of course, this word can be used positively (= "gleua li so'e") to mean something like "I care a great deal!"
lujvo x1=z1=r1=g1 procrastinates/avoids doing work x2=r2=g2 (ka), instead doing x3=r3 (ka). I figured I'd FINALLY get around to defining this, only for it to be in order to delay doing homework. cf. zukte, rivbi, gunka, dimna, funca.
fu'ivla x1 (mass/set) do orienteering in competition of type x2 [property of the event] with (other) rule(s) x3 [property of each participant]. The x2 is the major type of the orienteering event, be it Score-O, point-to-point, or other types such as MountainBike-O, etc. The x3 is a property of the individual participants, including things like "not allowed to go beyond point X" or "beating up other participants is allowed" etc. The tanru "jivnrfarzu'e se gunma" is sufficient to say "I do orienteering".