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lu'erfu
fu'ivla x1 (quote) is a text/word/sequence wherein the characters/phonemes are taken over alphabet x2 (set) For formal language analysis. In mathematical writing, this relationship is sometimes written as "/"; the set of all x1 (where x2 is specified) is x2* (where "*" is the Kleene star); then x1 is an element/member of x2*, and the letters of x1 are elements/members of x2. While each letter in x1 must be an element of x2, there can be elements of x2 that do not appear in x1.
lu'erma
fu'ivla x1 (letteral) is a letter that occurs in word x2 (text); x2 contains an occurrence of x1 as a digit/term in a sequence See also: lu'erfu (for words over an alphabet), lerfu (for letters/digits/terms/elements/members of an alphabet; for completely formal usage (without any meaning), use: se zilterle'u)
zilterle'u
lujvo x1=l2 is a formal character-set/alphabet containing letter(s)/characters/digits/terms x2=l1; x2 is a letter in formal alphabet x1 and is treated formally (it has no meaning, other than possibly being distinct from other letters in x1) Used for formal language analysis. See also: lu'erma, lu'erfu, lerfu (for a nonformal, potentially meaningful variant - with reordered terbri)