nicfa
experimental gismu x_{1} (vector) is the displacement of x_{2} (object/point) relative to x_{3} (object/point; contextless default: origin) in coordinate system/frame of reference/as measured by x_{4} according to definition/standard/(meta)physics x_{5} x1 is (four)vectorvalued; it is a function that maps to a tensor (probably a vector or scalar) to a (four)vector. Units are handled in x1, which will be a (four)vector of mitre or the like. Time of measurement is just «ca» or the argument of the function(s) in x1, or can be defined instantaneously by x4. Proposed short rafsi: nif. See also: nifkemtemsalri.


nifkemtemsalri
lujvo x_{1} (vector) is the differintegral (with respect to time) of order x_{2} of the displacement of x_{3} (object/point) relative to x_{4} (object/point/frame of reference; contextless default: origin) in coordinate system/frame of reference/as measured by x_{5} according to definition/standard/(meta)physics x_{6}, taken with starting point x_{7} This word uses two experimental gismu (one with an experimental rafsi): nicfa and salri. If x2 is positive, then x1 is a timederivative (velocity, acceleration, jerk, etc. (for whole number values)); if it is negative, then x1 is a timeintegral (moments); if it is 0, then x1 is displacement itself. x1 is vectorvalued.


nifkemtemsalryke'ecusna
lujvo x_{1} (scalarvalued) is the magnitude of the vector of the differintegral (with respect to time) of order x_{2} of the displacement of x_{3} (object/point) relative to x_{4} (object/point/frame of reference; contextless default: origin) in coordinate system/frame of reference/as measured by x_{5} according to definition/standard/(meta)physics x_{6}, where the differintegral is taken with starting point x_{7}, in metric/by definition x_{8} This word uses three experimental gismu (with one experimental short cmavo for one of these): nicfa (nif), salri, cusna.
