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vlalepo
fu'ivla x1 is the spelling of the word x2 in script/orthography x3 // x1 is a character string representing word x2. Shortening of vlalerpoi. Use me'o to spell the letters for x1. Also see vlaleci'e
vlalerpoi
lujvo x1 is the spelling of the word x2 in script/orthography x3 // x1 is a character string representing word x2. Use me'o to spell the letters for x1. zi'evla form: vlalepo. Also see vlalerpoici'e.
na'au
experimental cmavo converts an unevaluated mekso expression into a sumti referencing its evaluated result (if sensible/defined) For example, would be prefixed to ke'a in xe'au-NOIhA clauses in order to reference the bracketed (unevaluated, formal) subexpression's evaluated result. In some sense, this word plays inverse of/to me'o, but may see less general use since expressions are typically evaluated at the end of mekso utterances. (Thus, this word may find its greatest amount of usage within mekso expressions before they are concluded and evaluated.)
fatysaclu
lujvo x1 (me'o) is the p-adic representation of number x2 in base x3. can be infinitely long to the left but not the right; for repeating p-adics (krefu fatysaclu) use ra'e before pi
ivla
fu'ivla x1 (brivla/selbri) is used by place x2 (number/me'o+FA+bu) being filled with (a description of / symbol for) x3, in the usage of x4, according to rule(s) x5.
mekso
gismu rafsi: mek me'o x1 [quantifier/expression] is a mathematical expression interpreted under rules/convention x2. See also cmaci, dilcu, fancu, frinu, jalge, namcu, parbi, pilji.
parbi
gismu rafsi: pab x1 (me'o, fraction) is a ratio/rate of x2 (quantity) with respect to x3 (quantity), [x2:x3]. Also x1 fraction/proportion/quotient; x2 dividend/numerator; x3 divisor/denominator. See also frinu, dilcu, mekso.
lerfu
gismu rafsi: ler le'u x1 (la'e zo BY/word-bu) is a letter/digit/symbol in alphabet/character-set x2 representing x3. Also x1 glyph, rune, character (also me'o BY/word-bu), x2 symbol set; (adjective:) x1 is alphabetic/symbolic; "letteral" used by analogy with "numeral"; sinxa is the more generic symbol. See also mifra, namcu, sinxa, pandi.