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Lojban sentence search

Total: 25 result(s)
boldi'u
lujvo d1 is a dome/cupola for purpose d2. Cf. drudi, malsi, si'erdi'u, zdani.
cacyjva
lujvo j1=t1 is a convention prescribing j2 (event/state) within community j3=t2. Cf. ritli, lijda, malsi.
xismalsi
lujvo x1=m1=xr1 is a Christian (Catholic/Protestant/Anglican/etc.) church at location/serving area x2=m3 Doesn't distinguish the type of Christianity. cf. xriso and malsi
cevni
gismu rafsi: cev cei x1 is a/the god/deity of people(s)/religion x2 with dominion over x3 [sphere]; x1 is divine. Also divinity; x2 religion refers to the religious community as a mass. See also censa, krici, lijda, malsi.
fetcei
lujvo c1 is a goddess (female deity) of people(s)/religion c2 with dominion over c3 [sphere]. Cf. nakcei, fetsi, cevni, lijda, krici, censa, malsi. Recommended to be used only use when contrasted with nakcei or femininity of the deity is to be emphasized/important.
krici
gismu rafsi: kri x1 believes [regardless of evidence/proof] belief/creed x2 (du'u) is true/assumed about subject x3. "without evidence" refers to objective external evidence; also gives credence, has conviction. See also jinvi, djuno, censa, cevni, lijda, makfa, malsi, senpi, birti.
ritli
gismu rafsi: ri'i x1 is a rite/ceremony/ritual for purpose/goal x2, by custom/in community x3, with form/rules x4. [also: x1 is formal, Legal. x1 is 'going through the motions']; x4 constraints/customs; See also lijda, malsi, flalu, javni, tcaci, clite, junri.
nakcei
lujvo c1 is a god (specifically, male deity) of people(s)/religion c2 with dominion over c3 [sphere]. In English, "god" can be either genderless or male (depending on context and contrast), while specifically indicating a female deity by use of the word "goddess". In order to correct this imbalance, Lojban is equipped with fetcei and nakcei (among other words) for the variously characterized deities, whereas cevni makes no implications about the gender of the deity. Cf. fetcei, nakni, cevni, lijda, krici, censa, malsi. Recommended to be used only use when contrasted with fetcei or masculinity of the deity is to be emphasized/important.
lijda
gismu rafsi: jda x1 is a religion of believers including x2 sharing common beliefs/practices/tenets including x3. Also mythos, creed, traditional beliefs, x2 people(s), adherents; (adjective:) x1, x2, x3 are religious/ecclesiastic in nature; x2 is a believer in/of x1, an adherent/follower of x1 (= seljda for reordered places); x2 is a practitioner of x3 (= selterjda for reordered places); x3 is a tenet/belief/ritual/creed of x1/x2 (= terjda for reordered places); priest/clerical (= jdaca'i, jdaka'i, jdaja'a); organized church/religion (= be'ejda); congregation (= jdabe'e, jdagri). See also budjo, censa, cevni, crida, dadjo, jegvo, krici, latna, malsi, marde, muslo, pruxi, ranmi, ritli, xriso, zekri.