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gismu rafsi: den de'i x1 is a/the tooth [body-part] of x2; (adjective:) x1 is dental. (for metaphor: see dakfu, pagre, jgalu); See also moklu, dakfu, pagre, jgalu, batci, bongu.
lujvo t1 controls g1=t2 who crosses g2=k1 to g3=k2 from g4=k2. see also natmi, pagre, jaspu
lujvo p1=l1 passes by p2 to p3 from p4 by l2. Cf. lamji, pagre.
lujvo c1=r1 looks at/examines/views/inspects/regards/watches/gazes at c2=r3 through gap/see-through boundary r2 x3 is see-through to x1, but not necessarily see-through to all. Cf. pagre.
lujvo x1=p1 is cross-country of/crosses terrain x2=p2=t1 to destination side x3=p3 from origin side x4=p4. See tumla, pagre.
mi pu cikre lo se cfila be lo ka milxe se pagre lo djacu di'o lo drudi be lo ko'a pudydi'u
I fixed a small leak in the roof of her shed.
gismu rafsi: ca'o x1 is a window/portal/opening [portal] in wall/building/structure x2. See also vorme, bitmu, ganlo, murta, pagre, kevna, jvinu, kalri, kuspe.
lujvo g1 is a door/gate (movable barrier) in portal/doorway (opening) v1=g2 between v2 and v3, in structure v4. Cf. vorme, gacri, li'avro, kumfa, dinju, pagre
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.
gismu rafsi: ga'o x1 (portal/passage/entrance-way) is closed/shut/not open, preventing passage/access to x2 by x3 (something being blocked). As a doorway, but also perhaps a semi-permeable membrane. x_3 is blocked by x_1. x_2 is inaccessible. See also kalri, pagre, canko, vorme, zunti.
gismu rafsi: kar x1 (portal/passage/entrance-way) is open/ajar/not shut permitting passage/access to x2 by x3. As a doorway. x_3 is given access to x_2 through portal x_1. See also ganlo, pagre, canko, vorme.
gismu rafsi: rav x1 is located across/on the other side of gap/boundary x2 from x3; x1 is opposite (fi) x3. Also: x1 is over there (across/beyond zo'e); directly across/beyond a boundary/gap, generally at the shortest plausible distance on the other side of the boundary. See also dukti, kuspe, bancu, kruca, cripu, pagre.
gismu rafsi: vor vro x1 is a doorway/gateway/access way between x2 and x3 of structure x4. Note: emphasis on route nature; solid door (= vrogai/vrobi'u/vrozu'itci). See also canko, ganlo, kalri, murta, pagre, bitmu, kuspe.
gismu rafsi: bim bi'u x1 is a wall/fence separating x2 and x3 (unordered) of/in structure x4. See also jbini, sepli, fendi, canko, drudi, kumfa, loldi, senta, snuji, pagre, gacri, kuspe, marbi, vorme.
lujvo x1=k1 is a hole in x2=k2=p2 to/between x3=p3 from/and x4=p4 permitting passage by x5=p1. pagre + kevna. Precisely, x2 is the barrier, x3 is the inside, and x4 is the outside, if distinguishable; loosely, x2 might be given as the object consisting of both the barrier and the inside.
gismu rafsi: lut lu'a x1 is a route/path/way/course/track to x2 from x3 via/defined by points including x4 (set). A route merely connects origin/destination, but need not be improved in any way; (x4 is a set of points at least sufficient to constrain the route relevantly). (cf. litru, naxle, tcana, dargu, klaji, ve klama; tadji, zukte for means to a goal, klama, pagre)