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mi co'i janli lo pa pendo be mi bu'u lo klaji
I bumped into a friend of mine in the street.
mi ckire ko'a lo ka kavbu lo pe mi mapku poi mi pu cirko bu'u lo brife klaji
I'm grateful to him for catching my hat that I lost on the windy street.
ca lo nu lo tcadu co'a zifre kei lo prenu cu sanli vi'i lo klaji gi'e renro lo slaplespi
When the city was liberated, people lined the streets throwing confetti.
lujvo x1 is Diagon Alley. Diagon Alley is a place in the world of J. K. Rowling's Harry Potter fantasy series. This word is a pun on digno ckaji/klaji, just like the original English.
lujvo x1 is a trolley (train that runs on streets) of cars x2 on rails x3 propelled by x4. from klaji trene
lujvo k1=n1 is a hallway / indoor street within k2=n2 accessing k3. Made from nenri + klaji.
gismu x1 is a park/land reserve managed by community/polity/company x2 for purpose x3. See also sorcu, zdile, klaji, purdi.
gismu rafsi: dag x1 is a road/highway to x2 from x3 with route x4 (x2/x3 may be unordered). A regularly used, improved-for-use surface for travelling. See also naxle, tcana, pluta, klaji.
gismu rafsi: nax xle x1 is a canal/channel to x2 from x3 with route x4. x2/x3 may be unordered. See also pluta, rirxe, klaji, dargu.
lujvo c1 (quoted word(s)) is a street/road name/odonym of street/avenue/lane/drive/cul-de-sac/way/alley/[road] c2=l1 to/used-by namer/name-user c3 (person). s2 and s3 are omitted. A street name or odonym is an identifying name given to a street. The street name usually forms part of the address (though addresses in some parts of the world make no reference to street names).See also stucme, klaji, stuzi, cmene.
gismu rafsi: lut lu'a x1 is a route/path/way/course/track to x2 from x3 via/defined by points including x4 (set). A route merely connects origin/destination, but need not be improved in any way; (x4 is a set of points at least sufficient to constrain the route relevantly). (cf. litru, naxle, tcana, dargu, klaji, ve klama; tadji, zukte for means to a goal, klama, pagre)