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le fetsi pu xalni lo ka da'i nai pu se cinba lo fange nanmu
She panicked when she was kissed by an unfamiliar man.
le ninmu mo'u batci lo zargu be le nanmu se pi'o lo xance
She pinched his buttocks with a hand.
lo nanmu poi ke'a dasni lo blabi cu pu ca'o zgana do .i mi jinvi lo du'u ny nelci do
The guy in white kept on looking at you. I think he likes you.
lo ka gasnu lo zekri cu datni le nanmu lo ka zgana lo se zukte be ce'u
Being a criminal are the data about the man collected by monitoring his actions.
lo ka gasnu lo zekri cu info le nanmu lo ka zgana lo se zukte be ce'u
That he is a criminal is the information about the man collected by monitoring his actions.
le ninmu pu cusku fi le nanmu fe lu ti tarbi mi na ku fi do li'u
She said to him "It's not your baby." (about her not yet born child).
bersa
gismu rafsi: bes be'a x1 is a son of mother/father/parents x2 [not necessarily biological]. Also filial. See also verba, nanla, nakni, nanmu, patfu, mamta, bruna, rirni, rorci, panzi, tixnu.
klesrcinse
fu'ivla x1 in activity/state x2 exhibits gender/sex x3 (ka) by standard x4 according to judge x5; x5 genders x1 as x3. See also cinse, fetsi, nakni, nanla, nanmu, ninmu, nixli. x4 could be gender identity, gender presentation, social role, legal sex, chromosomal sex, anatomical sex, etc.
nunmu
experimental gismu x1 is a non-binary-gendered humanoid person [not necessarily adult] Umbrella term for any non-man non-woman (in some aspect/consideration/standard) humanoid person; possibly includes: transgenders, people of no gender/sex, people of indeterminate gender/sex, hermaphrodites, intersexed people, bisexuals (one sense), possibly people with sex chromosomes other than (specifically and fully) XX or XY, and anyone who does not subscribe to or fit within the strict gender/sex binary (of a given society). As such, it is a specification of rempre/remna/prenu co-equal with ninmu and nanmu; it generalized some of the aforementioned cases. Word dispreferred in metaphor/example as sexist; use instead remna or prenu. See also: ninmu, nanmu, remna, prenu, makcu, bersa, tixnu, paznu, nakni, fetsi, dinti, nanla, nixli, verba, vepre
remrnunmu
fu'ivla x1 is a non-binary-gendered humanoid person [not necessarily adult] Umbrella term for any non-man non-woman (in some aspect/consideration/standard) humanoid person; possibly includes: transgenders, people of no gender/sex, people of indeterminate gender/sex, hermaphrodites, intersexed people, bisexuals (one sense), possibly people with sex chromosomes other than (specifically and fully) XX or XY, and anyone who does not subscribe to or fit within the strict gender/sex binary (of a given society). As such, it is a specification of rempre/remna/prenu co-equal with ninmu and nanmu; it generalized some of the aforementioned cases. Word dispreferred in metaphor/example as sexist; use instead remna or prenu. See also: ninmu, nanmu, remna, prenu, makcu, bersa, tixnu, nakni, fetsi, dinti, nanla, nixli, verba, vepre
le ninmu poi la argail pacna lo nu speni cu du da poi le nanmu poi da pacna lo nu speni cu pacna lo nu speni
The woman Argyle hoped to marry was the woman the man she hoped to marry hoped to marry.
le ninmu poi la argail pacna lo nu speni cu du da poi le nanmu poi da pacna lo nu speni cu pacna lo nu speni
The woman Argyle hoped to marry was the woman the man she hoped to marry hoped to marry.
le nanmu pu cpedu lo ka jai gau kalri fai lo vorme vau mi ta'i lo ka jai gau muvdu fai lo xance
The man asked me to open the door by moving his hand.
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.
ra noi tikpa le kamju poi sanli le cripu be le rirxe poi pagre le cmatca noi se zdani le nanmu poi ponse le karli poi rinka lo nu makfa vlipa cu mrobi'o
He, who kicks the pillar that stands on the bridge that leads over the river that flows through the village, in which lives the man, who owns the collar that bestows magical powers that perform miracles, dies.
la uest cu se nabmi ge ki'u nai lo nu .u bu mitcinpa'i nanmu gi ki'u lo nu .u bu simlu lo ka djica lo nu pilno lo nu catni fi lo gubni jibri kei lo nu cpedu lo cinse nu selfu
West is in trouble not because he is a gay man, but because he is a man who was apparently willing to use the power of his public office to solicit sexual favors.