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nibzilvlina
lujvo it is not true that and x1 is true and x2 is false; if x1 is true then x2 is true as well (logical sufficiency) Similar in meaning to nibli, but without causal implication. See also zilvlina.
didni
experimental gismu x1 deduces/reasons by deduction/establishes by deduction that x2 is true about x3 from general rule x4 See nibji'i, nusna, lanli, jdice, logji, nibli
kairpau
lujvo being x1 (ka) is part of being x2 (ka) Or "x2 implies x1", but stronger than the logical sense; this word is definitional or essentialistic, and implies that if something stopped being x1, it'd stop being x2. See kai'a, bi'ai, nibli, jinzi
krinu
gismu rafsi: rin ki'u x1 (event/state) is a reason/justification/explanation for/causing/permitting x2 (event/state). See also ciksi, rinka, nibli, mukti, se jalge, te zukte, cmavo list ki'u, bapli.
natfe
gismu rafsi: naf na'e x1 (du'u) contradicts/denies/refutes/negates x2 (du'u) under rules/logic x3. Also exception (= nafmupli); agentive contradict/deny (= nafxu'a or tolxu'a). See also nibli, tugni, zanru, xusra.
nibyti'i
lujvo x1=n1 (idea/fact/du'u) suggests/intimates that x2=n2=s2 (idea/fact/du'u) is true as it appears to x3=s3 From nibli stidi. Unlike stidi, it refers to person's internal logical reasoning about facts, not external suggestion.
selja'e
lujvo x1 (event) results in x2 (event) Possibly synonymous to banzu. Proposed rafsi: -se'e- (for paralleling the other causal suffixes). See also jalge, rinka, krinu, banzu, nibli, mukti.
indika
fu'ivla x1 (event/state) implies / suggests / is circumstantial evidence for x2 (du'u) // The probability that x2 is true, given x1, is greater than the probability without x1 Similar to nibli, but merely means circumstantial/forensic, not logical, evidence, that may be contradicted by other circumstantial evidences or interpretations. See krinu, lakne, didni, nusna
jalge
gismu rafsi: jag ja'e x1 (action/event/state) is a result/outcome/conclusion of antecedent x2 (event/state/process). Also: x2 gives rise to x1 (= selja'e for reordered places); total (general meaning, but also = mekyja'e, pi'irja'e, sujyja'e). See also se mukti, te zukte, se rinka, se krinu, se nibli, mulno, sumji, pilji, mekso, cmavo list ja'e, ciksi.
lujrinsku
lujvo x1=c1 (person) justifies/expresses justification x2=k2 for x3=p1's complicated-ness in aspect x4=p2 to audience x5=c3 via expressive medium x6=c4. cf. pluja, sampu, krinu, rinka, nibli, gasnu, cusku, tavla, casnu, skicu.
mukti
gismu rafsi: muk mu'i x1 (action/event/state) motivates/is a motive/incentive for action/event x2, per volition of x3. Also; x3 is motivated to bring about result/goal/objective x2 by x1 (= termu'i for reordered places); (note that 'under conditions' BAI may apply and be appropriately added to the main predicate level or within the x2 action level). (cf. cmavo list mu'i, nibli, te zukte - generally better for 'goal', se jalge, krinu, rinka, ciksi, djica, xlura)
rinka
gismu rafsi: rik ri'a x1 (event/state) effects/physically causes effect x2 (event/state) under conditions x3. x1 is a material condition for x2; x1 gives rise to x2. See also gasnu, krinu, nibli, te zukte, se jalge, bapli, jitro, cmavo list ri'a, mukti, ciksi, xruti.
ciksi
gismu rafsi: cki x1 (person) explains x2 (event/state/property) to x3 with explanation x4 (du'u). Explanation x4 is an underlying mechanism/details/purpose/method for x2 (= velcki for reordered places), generally assumed to be non-obvious; metaphorical usage with the various causal relations (i.e. jalge, mukti, krinu, rinka, nibli, zukte) is possible, but the non-obviousness, and the existence of an explainer with a point of view makes this word not a simple expression of cause. See also cipra, danfu, jalge, jinvi, krinu, mukti, nabmi, preti, rinka, sidbo, zukte, tavla.