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lemkai
lujvo x1 is a stereotypical representative of property x2
sei'inai
cmavo-compound evidential: avoiding stereotypes... See sei'i, lemkai, kesri, le'e
sei'i
experimental cmavo evidential: stereotypically... See sei'inai, lemkai, kesri, ka'u, su'a, le'e
kesri
experimental gismu x1 (property of x2) is a stereotype of x2 (object/set), held by x3 Does not necessarily carry a negative connotation. Stereotypes are, basically, the characteristics that come to one's mind when they imagine a particular object, regardless of actual commonality. e.g. Many people stereotypically think of roses as red, even though there are plenty of roses that aren't red. See sei'i, lemkai, le'e
le'elkai
fu'ivla x1 is/are the thing(s) described/named with property x2 by the speaker, who thinks this is contextually enough information for the listener to understand what are x1's referent(s) This predicate is intended to be the predicate equivalent of le (or at least to one of the interpretations thereof), so that «lo le'elkai be lo ka broda» is equivalent to «le broda». See also le, lemkai.