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Lojban sentence search

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cmavo-compound specific event descriptor: contraction of {le nu} and identical in meaning. Added because beginners often search for lenu without realizing that it is the same as le nu and getting confused.
lenu cikybi'o cu du lenu to'e sipybi'o
Waking up is the opposite of going to sleep.
mi na pu sipna ki'u lenu glare
I couldn't sleep because of the heat.
.a'o lenu do klama cu zdile ko
Have fun on your trip!
ti'e lenu ctuca cu purlamdei cfari
It seems classes began yesterday.
za'u ciki'o prenu cu pu zvati lenu zgitigni
More than 3000 people were at the concert.
mi djica lenu canja lo meryru'u lo jborupnu
I would like to exchange American dollars for rupnu.
mi djica lenu canja lo meryru'u lo jborupnu
I would like to exchange American dollars for rupnu.
ni'i lenu denmi carvi kei lo stagi cu zenba lo jdima
Thanks to the heavy rain, vegetable prices rose sharply.
lenu mi litru lo fange gugde cu du pa lo'i pluka be mi
Traveling abroad is one of my favorite things.
doi la Eimis do sruma lo du'u cumki lenu facki roda poi jetnu ju'onai
Eimi, you assume it's possible when you find the truth, which is impossible.
.i mi nelci la lojban ki'u lenu mi pensi ta'i le pe'a lojbo
I like Lojban because I think in a figuratively Lojbanic manner.
gismu x1 is a hospital treating patient(s) x2 for condition/injuries/disease/illness x3. Hospice (a place where x2 of spita is lenu mrobi'o = mrospita). See also bilma, mikce.
gismu rafsi: xla x1 is bad for x2 by standard x3; x1 is poor/unacceptable to x2. Be careful to distinguish between a bad/unacceptable event, and a bad/unacceptable agent: x1 does poorly (= lenu ko'a gasnu cu xlali and not normally ko'a xlali). See also palci, mabla, xamgu, betri.
gismu rafsi: gad x1 is an article/descriptor labelling description x2 (text) in language x3 with semantics x4. x2 is the noun phrase/sumti without the article/descriptor; description ((x1 with x2) = gadysu'i); note: 'determiner' has become the accepted general linguistics term, displacing 'article'; however, 'determiner' includes all words that can introduce a noun phrase/sumti, whether a description or not, such as pronoun possessives like lemi, quantifiers (especially in indefinites) like ci and su'o, and demonstratives like ti, ta, and tu; the term 'descriptor' in Lojban, is limited to words that introduce descriptions (excluding indefinites), such as those of selma'o LA and LE, their common compounds such as lemi, and possibly lenu. 'article' typically refers only to a single word; Lojban assumes the broader meaning] See also valsi, cmavo.