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nunjo'e
lujvo n1 is an established connection between j1 and j2 at common locus j3. n1 or j1 may be a mass formed with "joi", as is the case in a computer network between a server and clients. Cf. jorne, srana.
detri
gismu rafsi: det x1 is the date [day,{week},{month},year] of event/state x2, at location x3, by calendar x4. (time units in x1 are specified as numbers separated by pi'e or are unit values massified with joi); See also cmavo list de'i, djedi, jeftu, masti, nanca, tcika.
jikni
experimental gismu x1 consists of the economic system (production and distribution and consumption) of sector components x2; x1 is economic. x2 may be a country or other area, the labor, capital and land resources, and the economic agents that socially participate in the production, exchange, distribution, and consumption of goods and services of that area; they may be joined with JOI. pavmomseljikni for "primary sector", relmomseljikni for "secondary sector", cibmomseljikni for "tertiary sector", and vonmomseljikni for "quaternary sector"; gubyseljikni for "public/state sector", sivyseljikni for "private sector", and jikseljikni for "social/voluntary sector". Cf. venci'e, selpraci'e.
tcika
gismu x1 [hours, minutes, seconds] is the time/hour of state/event x2 on day x3 at location x4. Also o'clock, time-of-day. (time units in x1 are specified as numbers separated by pi'e or are unit values massified with joi); See also cmavo list ti'u, cacra, cerni, detri, donri, djedi, junla, nicte, mentu, snidu, temci, vanci, dirba, mokca.
te'au
experimental cmavo iterated Cartesian product with self: A × A × ... × A, n times. Probably belongs to selma'o VUhU but, since it is iterated JOI, there is the case for that. First argument A is a set or similar object; second argument n is a nonnegative integer; the result is the cross-product of A with itself n times. Used as a shortcut for longer, arguably more preferable, constructions so that one can more closely say "R three" and mean R^3. Emphatically not equivalent to exponentiation; it only works on sets and similar objects. See also: te'a, pi'u, se'au.