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lujvo x1=l1 is a time traveller travelling over time interval x2=l2=t1 from x3=t2 to x4=t3 with time machine/time travel device x5=l3 cf. temci, litru
lujvo g1=me1 telekinetically / with its mind moves mu1 to destination/receiver mu2 [away] from origin mu3 over path/route mu4 Made from menli+muvgau. menli2 dropped on account of irrelevancy. See also gasnu, klama, litru, makfa, menli, muvdu.
gismu x1 is a station/node of/in/on transport/communication/distribution system/network x2. x2 may be represented by massed vehicles of system. See also dargu, litru, pluta, trene, ciste, ve mrilu, tivni, cradi, ve benji, fonxa, dikca, fatri.
gismu rafsi: kla x1 comes/goes to destination x2 from origin x3 via route x4 using means/vehicle x5. Also travels, journeys, moves, leaves to ... from ...; x1 is a traveller; (x4 as a set includes points at least sufficient to constrain the route relevantly). See also cadzu, bajra, marce, vofli, litru, muvdu, cpare, cmavo list ka'a, pluta, bevri, farlu, limna, vitke.
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)
gismu rafsi: muv mu'u x1 (object) moves to destination/receiver x2 [away] from origin x3 over path/route x4. Also mobile (= comymu'u, for the non-specific opposite of immobile); after a muvdu, object is alienated from/no longer at origin (unless physically returned there, per litru or slilu); agentive move (= muvgau, muvzu'e), non-agentive transitive move (= muvri'a), self-propelled (= sezmuvgau), motion of a part of the object (= pagmu'u), having a moving part (= muvypau, muvyselpau); apparent motion (= mlumu'u). (cf. rinci, klama (which differs in that the means of motion is explicit), litru, cliva, fatri; dunda, benji for agentive movement that does not necessarily imply alienation from origin, preja for similar movement with no agent implied, bevri, vimcu)