lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 24 result(s)
kargau
lujvo g1 opens portal/passage/entranceway k1, permitting access to k2 by k3. Cf. kalri, gasnu, toltelgau.
canko
gismu rafsi: ca'o x1 is a window/portal/opening [portal] in wall/building/structure x2. See also vorme, bitmu, ganlo, murta, pagre, kevna, jvinu, kalri, kuspe.
le nanmu pu cpedu lo ka jai gau kalri fai lo vorme vau mi ta'i lo ka jai gau muvdu fai lo xance
The man asked me to open the door by moving his hand.
ba zi lo nu lo vorme co'a kalri vau le nakni pu klama lo nenri tai lo nu mi'a ca'o denpa tu'a le nakni
As soon as the door opened, he got in as if we were waiting for him.
ganlo
gismu rafsi: ga'o x1 (portal/passage/entrance-way) is closed/shut/not open, preventing passage/access to x2 by x3 (something being blocked). As a doorway, but also perhaps a semi-permeable membrane. x_3 is blocked by x_1. x_2 is inaccessible. See also kalri, pagre, canko, vorme, zunti.
karpo'ijbe
lujvo j1=k3 hatches from eggshell j2=p1=k1 kalri+porpi+jbena This is based on the lujvo karpo'i, glossed as "something breaks open". It is not obvious to me whether any of k2 (portal destination), p2 (pieces of broken thing), j3 (birthdate), or j4 (birthplace) are appropriate to include in this lujvo.
pagre
gismu rafsi: gre x1 passes through/penetrates barrier/medium/portal x2 to destination side x3 from origin side x4. Passing through in both directions (= rolfargre, pagre ... .i so'ivo'ivo'u (and vice versa)). See also bitmu, denci, ganlo, kalri, vorme, pluta, canko, ragve.
vorme
gismu rafsi: vor vro x1 is a doorway/gateway/access way between x2 and x3 of structure x4. Note: emphasis on route nature; solid door (= vrogai/vrobi'u/vrozu'itci). See also canko, ganlo, kalri, murta, pagre, bitmu, kuspe.