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cmavo-compound mukti modal, 2nd place motive therefore ...; motivating action ...
cmavo-compound mukti modal, 3rd place motivated/motivating per the volition of ...
lo se mukti be lo nu prami cu bancu lo vrude jo'u lo palci
What is done out of love always takes place beyond good and evil.
mi klama le zarci te zu'e loka jai gau mukti fi le mi mamta
I go to the store to motivate my mom.
do te mukti lo ka mo ca lo fanmo lo dei jeftu
What are you going to do on weekend?
xu do junri lo ka te mukti lo ka cliva lo bu'u gugde
Are you serious in your intent to leave this country?
do te mukti lo ka te vecnu lo karce pe ma noi kagni
A car of what company are you going to buy?
lo ka vasxu lo vifne cu mukti lo ka klama se ka'a lo purdi vau mi
To breathe fresh air is my motive to go to a garden.
mi te mukti lo ka stali vi ze'a lo djedi be li ci
I am going to stay here for three days.
lujvo x1 intends to/going to/is gonna do x2 with motive x3. See also mukti, zukte
lujvo x1 (event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for the negation of x2 (event/state), per volition of x3. x1 prevents x2. to'e mukti. “lo nu broda cu tolmu'i lo nu brode” has the same meaning as “lo nu broda cu mukti lo nu na brode”.
lujvo x1=m1 is a life-goal of x3=m3=j1 motivating x2=m2 . Cf. jmive, mukti
lujvo x1 (agent) convinces / persuades / motivates x2 (agent) to do/be x3 (ka/nu/zu'o) by means/motivation x4 (nu) See mukti, gasnu. See bitygau for another sense of "convince/persuade".
lujvo j1 is cynical/suspicious about the motives of m3 with regard to action/event m2=j3. Cf. xlali, mukti, jijnu, xlajijnu, remxei.
pe'i lo nu mi'ai na frili kakne lo nu benji la nomoi cu mukti .ei lo nu mi'ai na troci lo nu benji ja vecnu lo remoi
In my opinion, the fact that we can't easily send the zeroth one should be a reason for us not to try to send and sell the second one.
lo xe flalu cu te mukti lo nu lo ninmu cu se jibri lo se gunka poi pu steci lo nanmu .i ra'u cu'i lo xe flalu cu te mukti lo nu lo nanmu cu se jibri lo se gunka poi pu steci lo ninmu
The lawgivers wanted women to work in traditionally male occupations. Equally importantly, the lawgivers wanted men to work in traditionally female occupations.