lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 14 result(s)
latmo
gismu rafsi: la'o x1 reflects Latin/Roman/Romance culture/empire/language in aspect x2. See also ropno, fraso, spano, xispo, itlo, gomsi.
latmo sosygugje'a
Roman Empire
latmo veldetri
Roman calendar
latmo lerfu
Latin alphabet
xu lo latmo mlatu cu latmo latcmo
Does a Roman cat have a Roman meow?
xu lo mlatu pe la romas. latmo latcmo
Does a Roman cat have a Roman meow?
xelso
gismu rafsi: xes x1 reflects Greek/Hellenic culture/nationality/language in aspect x2. See also latmo, ropno.
kartapuno
fu'ivla x1 reflects Punic/Carthaginian culture/language/society/nation/identity in aspect x2 See also: latmo, friko, latmrfriko, gomsi, banxupu'u
la'orxi'o
lujvo x1=l1 is Roman Catholic in aspect x2=l2. Cf. xriso, latmo, glixi'o, patxi'o, sunxi'o, lijda.
latmrfriko
fu'ivla x1 pertains to/reflects the culture/geography/society of the Roman province of Africa in aspect x2 See also: latmo, latmnroma, kartapuno
latmrstici
fu'ivla x1 reflects Western Roman culture/nation/geography/language/histoury in asect x2 See also: latmo, latmrbizanto, latmnroma, latmrfriko.
cesyjvedotla'okemsorgugject
cmevla Holy Roman Empire (of the German Nation) The name can be split into multiple parts such as: la censa je dotco latmo sorgugje'a. An easier endonymic fu'ivla is: dotrxailigesromicraixe
itlo
fu'ivla x1 pertains to Italy/Italian culture/nationality/dialect in aspect x2. From the Italian prefix "italo". See also brito, bemro, ketco, xispo, glico, fraso, merko, latmo.
latmnroma
fu'ivla x1 reflects Roman culture/nation/geography/language/histoury in asect x2 prior to any divisions. x1 pertains to the Roman city/city-state/kingdom/Republic/Empire (prior to division). From a Roman citizen's point of view, emphasizes and centres on Rome (the city) itself - if applied to something outside of nearby Italy, such usage would always connote a directed relationship with Rome/Italy; modern usage is perhaps slightly freer. Culturally and in many ways socially, economically, etc., Eastern and Western Rome were quite intricately related and interconnected- and similar- at first; usage of this word within a context of the divisions would emphasize its umbrella/general scope (possibly for the sake of contrast as much as for displaying similarity or treating everyone with equal footing/care/at once). See also: latmo, latmrbizanto, latmrstici, latmrfriko, xelso, kartapuno