lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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.i mi jo'u ko zbasu lo bangu poi mi'o po'o jimpe mu'i lo nu no da jimpe lo te tavla pe mi'o
Let's make our own language so no one will know what we're talking about!
bu'u ma mi'o pensi'u ca lo bavlamdei .i .au mi na za'u re'u farcri
Where are we meeting tomorrow? I don't want to get lost again.
.i mi na djica lo nu gunka .i .e'u mi'o ve skina
I don't feel like working; what about going to a cinema instead?
ca lo nu do seicni ku .e'u ko morji fi lo selgei be mi'o
When you feel lonely, remember the happy moments we spent together.
mi'o nitcu lo ka stogau lo ni velve'u kei lo ka cmalu
We must keep down expenses.
lo skina poi mi'o kinzga ti'u lo prula'i ku'o cu se kingau tu'i lo sralygu'e
The movie we saw last night was filmed in Australia.
.e'e sai doi .ari'anas. ko sutyze'a .i se va'o nai bo mi'o ba no roi tolcliva
Come on, Arianna, speed up or we'll never get there!
lo tarci cu te gusni ca lo cacra poi nu mi'o jmaji
A star shines on the hour of our meeting.
lu je'e .i mi'o zifre le nu klama le mi zdani li'u se cusku la mulis.
"Okay, we can go to my house," said Mooli.
gau ko zgana fa mi lo cartu be lo nu'o se zvati be mi'o
Show me a map of a place where you and I haven't been.
mi cinmo lo ka gleki vau lo nu mi'o simxu tavla bau la lojban
I feel happy that we talk in Lojban.
mi pu xalbo lo ka stidi lo nu ra gidva mi'o
I wasn't serious in suggesting that he guides us.
gismu rafsi: mis mi'o x1 (person/object/event) is famous/renowned/is a celebrity among community of persons x2 (mass). Also celebrated/well-known; (derogative meanings:) notorious/infamous (= malmi'o; these could also be expressed using the referenced words). See also se sinma, banli.
ca lo ka cinmo lo ka kansa no da vau do ko'oi morji lo se gleki be mi'o mokca
When you feel lonely, remember the happy moments we had together.
experimental cmavo metasyntactic variable marker Explicitly marks the preceding variable, e.g. ko'a ko'e, lerfu-strings, and/or broda series as being metasyntactic: i.e. having no specific meaning or referent and merely used to demonstrate syntax or hypothetical scenarios. Automatically unassigns the variable from any previous assignment. May also be used for pronouns like mi or do or dei. This is useful to refer to mi as a 'first-person pronoun' rather than the actual speaker themself, for example, when giving the definition of mi'o: 'mi ge'ei jo'u do ge'ei', makes it clear that the speaker doesn't literally mean the speaker and the listener, but are using mi and do metasyntactically. Similarly, one might define mi as 'lo cusku be dei ge'ei'. See ge'ai, da'o
mi do zu sai ba'o penmi .i .e'u mi'o paroi je reroi xalka pinxe gi'e simta'a lo tolci'o je xamgu djedi
It's been so long since we've met, let's have a drink or two and talk about the good old days.