lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 29 result(s)
.iu mi prami le lanzu be mi
I love my family so much.
mi nelci lo mi patfu .iu
I love my dad.
do iu nai na pu sidju mi
You didn't help me, hate you!
iu nai panci fa lo kalci
Yuck, it smells like shit.
iumle
fu'ivla x1 is lovely/kawaii to x2 in aspect x3 From iu + melbi; See also iu, melbi, citmle, cinmle
ma se zvati le mamta .iu be mi
Where's my mommy?
.au .iu mi ba klama ta ca da
I'd love to go there one day.
ko na cliva mi doi crida iu re'e
Don't leave me, oh my beloved fairy!
bangi'umu
fu'ivla x1 is the language with ISO 639-3 code ''ium'' (Iu Mien). See also bangu
.oi lo pe mi kibro cu xebni .iu nai dai mi
Ugh, my internet hates me.
a'u nai iu nai panci fa lo kalci i ai nai mi citka ti
Yuck, that smells like shit! I'm not going to eat this.
uai
experimental cmavo attitudinal: friendly/friendishly/amicably/companionship/compatriotship/comradeship - antagonistically/enemyishly See also: ai, au, iu, o'e, ua, ui, kansa, pendo, prami
koi'e
experimental cmavo UI-cmavo parenthesis/separator: start grouping This word is intended to "separate" cmavo in a UI-clause; it can separate the UI-cmavo a toi'e parenthetical will attach to. For example, in (iuro'o toi'e uinai), (uinai) would attach to (iuro'o), while in (iu koi'e ro'o toi'e uinai), (uinai) would attach only to (ro'o). /It can also override the normal "priority order" of how attitudinal-modifiers like ro'a and dai affect each other; this order is currently ill-defined, however. /Elidable terminator: toi'o