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vonfu'ivla
lujvo x1=v1=f1 is a stage 4 fu'ivla meaning x2=v2, based on word x3=f2 in language x4. 'stage 4 fu'ivla' is a term specific to Lojban and described in 'The Complete Lojban Language', chapter 4, section 7. The definition is similar to that of fu'ivla, but with the x3 place of fu'ivla omitted. x1 is assumed to be a word in Lojban as the concept doesn't make much sense for other languages. See also pavyfu'ivla - 'stage 1 fu'ivla', relfu'ivla - 'stage 2 fu'ivla' and cibyfu'ivla - 'stage 3 fu'ivla'
cmevo
experimental gismu x1 is a morphologically defined name word meaning x2 in language x3. (By analogy with brivo; syn. cmevla) In Lojban, such words are characterized by ending with a consonant. In Lojban, a cmevo may only consist of a single word, whereas a cmene can consist of one or multiple words, which may be cmevo. See also vlaturge'a.
jvova'i
lujvo x1 (number) is the lujvo score of lujvo x2 (text) determined under scoring algorithm x3. "lujvo score" is a term specific to Lojban lujvo. Lujvo can be assigned a "score" by some algorithm in order to compare those lujvo. One lujvo scoring algorithm is described in The Lojban Reference Grammar, chapter 4, section 12: https://lojban.github.io/cll/4/12/ See also vamji.
tcekitaujau
fu'ivla x1 is the "ce ki tau jau" dialect of Lojban, used by x2 to communicate x3 (si'o/du'u) Place structure based on bangu. Refers to a dialect of Lojban that swaps certain longer, common, cmavo with shorter, rarer, cmavo: see lojban.org/papri/ce_ki_tau_jau">http://mw.lojban.org/papri/ce_ki_tau_jau. Use of this dialect can be marked with "jo'au tcekitaujau". Also see tcekitaujei.
adverbi
fu'ivla x1 is an adverbial adjunct (adverb or adverbial clause) meaning x2 in language x3 In Lojban, this category encompasses NAKU, sumtcita and soi/xoi clauses. See also adverbivla.
ci'irpa'i
lujvo x1 [loves/takes great, passionate interest in] x2 e.g. he *loves* football, I *love* Lojban. From cinri + prami. See entuzi
jboba'usnu
lujvo c1=b1 converses orally in Lojban about subject c2 using sound/expression l1=b2. Cf. jbota'a, jbosnu.
jbokravla
lujvo x1 is a native Lojban word (not a borrowing) with meaning/role x2 See also jbovla, vlakra, valsi.
jbosarxe
lujvo x1 is harmonious with Lojbanic philosophy/thought/culture in aspect x2 (ka); x1 is Lojbanic/Lojban-like (one sense) Seen in older texts as lobykai (rarely jbokai). See lojysarxe.
lervla
lujvo v1 is a word which stands for the letter/digit/symbol v2=l1 in language v3. Also called “letteral” when referring to Lojban. See also: lerfu, valsi.
lojbo
gismu rafsi: lob jbo x1 reflects [Loglandic]/Lojbanic language/culture/nationality/community in aspect x2. Pre-Lojban forms of Loglan (= dzejbo). See also bangu, logji.
luvrzei
fu'ivla x1 (text) is a Lojban compound predicate using the particle “zei”; with meaning x2, arguments x3, built from metaphor (tanru) x4. See also: zei, lujvo
masKUAS
obsolete cmevla Moscow Cf. moskov. Lojbanized pronunciations of the Russian capital are: 'masKVA'(Russian, but KV combination is invalid in lojban), 'mosiKY' (Chinese Mandarin; there is no 'v' in Chinese and 'f' is unusual except at the beginning of a word) and 'mosko' or 'moskau' in English.
mau'e
experimental cmavo UI conversion start quote; converts grammatical Lojban text to cmavo of selma'o UI Internal text/utterance must be grammatical and Lojbanic; output is some unspecified emotion relating to/specific to/associated with the referent of quoted text. The construct as a whole operates/behaves as UI. See also: mau'o.
mau'o
experimental cmavo UI conversion end quote (elidable terminator); converts grammatical Lojban text to cmavo of selma'o UI Internal text/utterance must be grammatical and Lojbanic; output is some unspecified emotion relating to/specific to/associated with the referent of quoted text. The construct as a whole operates/behaves as UI. See also: mau'e.
na'uvla
lujvo x1 is the word with stands for the number x2 in language x3 E.g. Lojban pa, re, etc., English "one", "two", etc. See nacyuensni