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karli
gismu x1 is a collar/ring/belt/band around/surrounding x2 made of material x3. Also sphincter. See also sruri, djine.
la tom na pu ca'o dasni lo karli
Tom wasn't wearing a belt.
.i pu dasni lo solji ke cnebo karli .e lo cipni pimlu kosta
He was wearing a gold necklace and a coat made of bird feathers.
le fetsi pu punji lo karli lo sruri be lo cintura
She put a waist around her waist.
lo ka pilno lo drata ckiku cu danfu lo tadji be lo ka jai gau karli fai lo vorme
Using another key is the answer to the problem of opening the door.
selkarlygau
lujvo g1 collars/has a band put on k2, the collar/band being k1 made of material k3. Cf. gasnu, karli, rinju, pinfu, kavbu.
djine
gismu rafsi: jin x1 is a ring/annulus/torus/circle [shape/form] of material x2, inside diam. x3, outside diam. x4. Also ellipse, oval (= jincla); (usage has been for near-circles, such as tight spirals, even if not closed loops). Also band, belt, encircle (= jinsru). See also clupa, cukla, dasri, karli, sovda, sruri, konju.
sruri
gismu rafsi: rur sru x1 encircles/encloses/is surrounding x2 in direction(s)/dimension(s)/plane x3. (jinsru =) x1 is a ring/belt/band/girdle around/circling/ringing x2 near total containment in some dimension(s). See also karli, senta, snuji, vanbi, se nenri, se jbini, bartu, djine.
ra noi tikpa le kamju poi sanli le cripu be le rirxe poi pagre le cmatca noi se zdani le nanmu poi ponse le karli poi rinka lo nu makfa vlipa cu mrobi'o
He, who kicks the pillar that stands on the bridge that leads over the river that flows through the village, in which lives the man, who owns the collar that bestows magical powers that perform miracles, dies.