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gismu x1 is a journal/periodical/magazine/[newspaper] with content x2 published by x3 for audience x4. x2 may be a subject, but not all journals have a single subject; all have some sort of principle defining what is included, so this need not be a list. See also papri, pelji, tcidu.
lo karni cu karni fo lo'e verntineidja
The magazine is aimed at teenagers.
ko bevri lo karni mi
Bring me the magazines.
ta karni fo le'e verntineidja
That magazine is aimed at teenagers.
xu do ralte lo ponjo karni
Do you have a Japanese magazine?
mi tcidu lo karni be lo pu zi nuzba
I'm reading a magazine about recent news.
lo mi pendo cu finti lo karni poi kibro lo ka se benji fu ma kau
My friend is an author of a magazine that is delivered via the internet.
lujvo cu1 is a booklet/brochure about cu2, written by cu3 for intended audience cu4 in medium cu5=cm1. Cf. cukta, papri, karni.
lujvo ki1=ka1 is an internet-journal/web-article/blog (web-log) with content ka2 published by ka3 for audience ka4 Cf. kibro, karni, snukarni, snustu.
gismu rafsi: ple x1 is paper from source x2. Sheet of paper (= plekarda if shape is important, plebo'o). See also karni, papri, prina.
lujvo k1 is a journal/periodical/magazine/[newspaper] printed on paper with content k2 published by k3 for audience k4. Cf. karni, pelji, snukarni.
gismu rafsi: tid x1 [agent] reads x2 [text] from surface/document/reading material x3; x1 is a reader. See also ciska, cukta, karni.
lujvo cu1=ci1 expresses in writing cu2=ci2 for audience cu3 using display/storage medium ci3 with writing implement ci4. Cf. ci'arfi'i, cukta, karni, notci.
lujvo k1 is a [shared journal]/blog about topic/subject k2=c2 published/administered by k3 for participants/audience k4=c1. Cf. casnu, karni, snustu, kibykarni.
lujvo n1 is an advertisement about n2=v2 by n3=v1 to intended audience n4=v3. Cf. vecnu, notci, venynoicu'u, zairsnucu'u, karni, cradi, tivni.
gismu x1 is a [physical] page/leaf of book/document/bound mass of pages x2. Numbered pages (as in a book) are the sides of a page (= paprysfe, paprysfelai); a pageful of text (= papryseltcidu, paprytcidylai). See also karni, pelji, prina, xatra, vreji, pezli, cukta, ciska.