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e'o do cuxna fi lo pixra poi klani su'e lo megdo be li pa bei lo ka se bitni li bi
Please choose an image that does not exceed 1 Megabyte.
zoi .mifr.cni rni dn.mifr. mifra lu coi ro do li'u lo ka zo o pe ce'u se basti zo n pe ce'u
cni rni dn is an encoded Lojban phrase "coi ro do" where "n" is a replacement for "o".
do srera fau lo ka pilno lo mi datni i ni'i bo u'u mi pu te mu'i nai smusku lo jitfa
You are wrong when using my data just because (sorry!) I unintentionally said a false thing.
lo djacu po lo xamsi be lo terdi cu zetro lo litce be li ji'i pa pi vo lo ka se canlu
The volume of seawater in the Earth's oceans is approximately 1.4 zettalitres (ZL).
gismu rafsi: bac x1 exceeds/is beyond limit/boundary x2 from x3 in property/amount x4 (ka/ni). On the other side of a bound, but not necessarily directly 'across' nor at the shortest plausible distance (per ragve); also not limited to position in space. See also dukse, ragve, zmadu, kuspe.
gismu rafsi: bra x1 is big/large in property/dimension(s) x2 (ka) as compared with standard/norm x3. See also banli, clani, ganra, condi, plana, cmalu, rotsu, banro, xanto.
lujvo x1 (predicate) is true when applied to argument list x2 (sequence) Synonymous to zilbri. The x1 slot can be filled with a property/relation (ka) whose number of free slots match the length of the sequence x2. It can also be filled with a bridi abstraction (du'u) —nullary predicate—, in which case the x2 should be the empty set or possibly zi'o. See also bridi.
fu'ivla x1 is a non-binary-gendered/hermaphrodite/intersexed (probably also can include: asexual, nongendered, indeterminately gendered) individual of species x2 evidencing non-binary-gender trait(s) x3 (ka); x1 is characterized by not following or fitting into some gender-binary. Co-equal to fetsi and nakni. See also fetsi, nakni, remrnunmu.
lujvo t1 is a microscope used by t2=ca1 for looking at small things t2=ca2=cm1 which are small in property/dimension(s) cm2 (ka) as compared with standard/norm cm3. Cf. cmalu, catlu, tutci, le'otci, darvistci.
gismu rafsi: na'o x1 [value] is a norm/average in property/amount x2 (ka/ni) among x3(s) (set) by standard x4. Also mean, normal, usual; (x3 specifies the complete set). See also tcaci, fadni, kampu, lakne, tarti, rirci.
gismu rafsi: cuv x1 is pure/unadulterated/unmitigated/simple in property x2 (ka). x1 is simply/purely/unmitigatedly/solely x2. See also prane, jinsa, manfo, sampu, sepli, traji, lumci, xukmi.
fu'ivla x1 is aware that x1 can be in relation x4 with all of x3 (plural) and choose to be in relation x4 with x2 (which is among x3) To summarize, "x1 chooses x2 out of set x3 to do/have relationship x4 (binary ka)". See also cuxna
fu'ivla x1 is recursively related to x2 by applying x3 (number) levels-of-recursion of the predicate-relation x4 (ka with two ce'u) Shortening of refkusi for more convenience in making V'y-style zi'evla-lujvo. tanru example for common usage: the day three days from now (tomorrow's tomorrow's tomorrow) -> lo bavlamdei efku be fi li ci . Cf. krefu, rapli, efku
gismu rafsi: fad x1 [member] is ordinary/common/typical/usual in property x2 (ka) among members of x3 (set). Also: x2 is a normal/common/ordinary/typical property among set x3 (= selterfadni for reordered places); also regular, (mabla forms:) banal, trite, vulgar; (x3 is complete set). See also cafne, rirci, kampu, lakne, tcaci, cnano.
gismu rafsi: jbi x1 is near/close to/approximates x2 in property/quantity x3 (ka/ni). See also darno, nenri, vanbi, jbini, lamji, zvati, cpana, bartu, diklo, stuzi.
gismu rafsi: kle lei x1 (mass/si'o) is a class/category/subgroup/subset within x2 with defining property x3 (ka). Also taxon, type, kind, classification, species, genus, family, order, phylum. See also cmavo list le'a, cmima, jutsi, ciste, girzu, lanzu, vrici.