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Lojban sentence search

Total: 7 result(s)
konju
gismu rafsi: kon ko'u x1 is a cone [shape/form] of material x2 with vertex x3. Also ellipse, ellipsoid (= konclupa). See also jesni, djine, sovda, kojna, jganu.
lo tarci jadni cu te konju fi lo tricu
The star is the tip of a tree.
jesni
gismu rafsi: jes x1 is a needle [pointed shape/form, not tool] of material x2. See also konju, pijne, jipno, kinli.
jganu
gismu rafsi: jga x1 is an angle [2-dimensional shape/form] from vertex x2 subtended by lateral [segment] x3. Also (adjective:) x1 is angular; x2 corner; (segment x3 can be defined by interval). See also kojna, linji, konju, mokca.
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.
kojna
gismu rafsi: koj ko'a x1 is a corner/point/at-least-3-dimensional [solid] angle [shape/form] in/on x2, of material x3. Also apex; a corner exists on three dimensions but need not be limited to points; it suggests a discontinuity in slope in some direction; i.e. in some planar cross-section. See also jipno, konju, bliku, fanmo, jganu, krasi.
sovda
gismu rafsi: sov so'a x1 is an egg/ovum/sperm/pollen/gamete of/from organism [mother/father] x2. (poorly metaphorical only due to gender- and species- being unspecified): ovoid, oblate (= pevyso'aseltai, but better: claboi); egg, specifically female (= fetso'a), of a bird (= cpifetso'a, cpiso'a), of a chicken (= jipcyfetso'a, jipcyso'a. (but note that Lojban does not require specificity, just as English doesn't for either milk or eggs; "sovda" is fine for most contexts); If fertilized, then tsiju or tarbi. (cf. ganti, gutra, mamta, patfu, rorci, tsiju, lanbi, tarbi; also djine, konju for shape, tarbi)