lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

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le fetsi cu rirci lo ka carmi gunka vau lo tadni poi nanca lo mintu
She works hard which is unusual among students of her age.
lazmi'u
lujvo x1 is a family relative of x2 See lanzu, mintu
zo kansa rimni zo dansu la lojban lo ka ci lamji lerfu be ce'u cu mintu simxu
"kansa" rhymes with "dansu" in Lojban in that three adjacent letters in each of those words are the same.
drata
gismu rafsi: dat x1 isn't the-same-thing-as/is different-from/other-than x2 by standard x3; x1 is something else. See also mintu, frica.
mitmo'a
lujvo mo1=mi1 follows the same pattern as mi2 with respect to forms/events mo2 arranged according to structure mo3. Cf. mintu, morna
mitsmuvla
lujvo v1=m1 is a synonym of m2 by standard m3 in language v3. Cf. mintu, smuni, valsi, smuske
mitsnavla
lujvo x1 is a homophone to x2, and means x3 in language x4 mintu sance valsi
kamcedu
fu'ivla x1 (ka) is the property/state of being x2 Brivla version of "ka ce'u du x2". See mintu, lizdu'o, dumdu'o, kamdu'o
mapti
gismu rafsi: mat x1 fits/matches/suits/is compatible/appropriate/corresponds to/with x2 in property/aspect x3. See also satci, tugni, sarxe, drani, tarmi, ckini, mintu.
satci
gismu x1 [measurement/match] is exact/precise to precision x2 in property/quantity x3 (ka/ni). See also sarxe, dunli, merli, mapti, kancu, mintu.
dunli
gismu rafsi: dun du'i x1 is equal/congruent to/as much as x2 in property/dimension/quantity x3. Same in quantity/quality (not necessarily in identity); 'analogy' may be expressed as the equivalence of two properties of similarity (ka x1 simsa x2) and (ka x3 simsa x4). See also cmavo list du'i, satci, frica, simsa, mintu.
jvomi'u
lujvo The lujvo m1=l1 (text) is an equivalent/interchangable lujvo form of lujvo m2=l1 (text). This refers to the fact that Lojban's lujvo can have many forms, all of which are considered to be equal in meaning automatically. See The Lojban Reference Grammar, chapter 4, section 5: https://lojban.github.io/cll/4/5/ Not to be confused with “synonymous” (selsmudu'i), which may apply to entirely different words. Cf. lujvo, mintu.
mlumitu
fu'ivla x1 and x2 are indistinguishable from each other, they seem to share all their properties except maybe their location and identity, as perceived by observer x3 This is not mitmlu, which means "x1 and x2 seem to be the same individual(s)". This is rather about observable appearance/properties, as in "this box is the same as that one" (they're indistinguishable). See also mludata, mintu.
simsa
gismu rafsi: smi x1 is similar/parallel to x2 in property/quantity x3 (ka/ni); x1 looks/appears like x2. Also: x1 is a likeness/image of x2; x1 and x2 are alike; similarity and parallel differ primarily in emphasis. See also dunli, frica, mintu, panra, simlu, vrici.
simxu
gismu rafsi: sim si'u x1 (set) has members who mutually/reciprocally x2 (event [x1 should be reflexive in 1+ sumti]). Members of x1 do to each other/one another x2, and in return do x2; x1 (plural set) do the same thing x2 to each other. See also kampu, mintu.
smisi'u
lujvo The members of x1=simx1 (set) resemble one another in property x2=simx2. simsa1 and simsa2 are merged into simxu1, by virtue of simxu's ability to take any 2-way relationship and make it into an n-way relationship (lujvopap.txt); cf. simsa, simxu, dunli, mintu, panra, ma'oste du.