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lo valsi ne se mau lo cladakyxa'i cu katna pe'a za'u da
Words cut more than swords.
metfo
experimental gismu x1 (bridi) is a metaphor/figurative expression having literal meaning x2 See sidysmu, tanru, pevna, pe'a, ve lujvo, cimjvo
postmo
obsolete fu'ivla x1 emits random syllables x2 and hopes that x3 interprets them as meaningful, instead of the bullshit they actually are See pe'a, bebna, metfo, pesna, sidysmu
sidysmu
lujvo x1 is a figurative/metaphorical/non-literal meaning/interpretation of x2 recognized/seen/accepted by x3 . See also stidi, smuni, pe'a
zi'a
experimental cmavo nonce-word indicator; indicates previous word is nonce-creation and may be nonstandard Equivalent to za'e but in selma'o UI. See also za'e, pe'a, xo'o
mu'i da'i lo nu tu'a do na cnixai ko'a kei do bilga lo nu toltce krori'a pe'a lo jetnu
If you don't want to hurt her feelings you're going to have to bend the truth a little.
cimjvo
lujvo l1 is an implicitly metaphorical lujvo with meaning l2 and arguments l3 built from metaphor l4. Used to refer to metaphorical lujvo that do not contain any -pev- rafsi (for “pe'a”). The word “cimjvo” is itself an example of cimjvo. Synonym of “cimjvo” with explicit metaphor: “pevycimjvo”.
pe'aru'e
cmavo-compound weak metaphor marker: indicates that there is some broadening of the concept, typically to include objects of types that are unusual for the defined place structure, but which retains most of the semantic of the word as defined. See pe'a, ru'e, do'a. See the Lojban definitions for dimnu'e and tcimi'e for examples.
pevna
experimental gismu x1: its qualities are represented as a metaphor x2 in dimension x3+1,2} x3 can include references to x1 and x2. See pe'a, sidysmu, tanru, metfo, ve lujvo, cimjvo
pevycimjvo
lujvo l1 is an implicitly metaphorical lujvo with meaning l2 and arguments l3 built from metaphor l4. Used to refer to metaphorical lujvo that do not contain any -pev- rafsi (for “pe'a”). The word “cimjvo” is an example of such a lujvo and synonymous to pevycimjvo.
lo jufra dunda lo vanbi be lo valsi .i lo jufra cu prenu pe'a .i ka'e xajmi ja menja'o ja bebna ja pesyja'o ja cniri'a ja xairi'a
Sentences bring context to the words. Sentences have personalities. They can be funny, smart, silly, insightful, touching, hurtful.
ma rinka lo nu lo saksruseibo'i cu djuno pe'a lo du'u makau fa'u makau tadji lo nu da za'o glare fa'u lo nu de za'o lenku
How does a Thermos know how to keep hot things hot and cold things cold?
pe'ai
experimental cmavo discursive: layperson/laïc meaning; marks a construct as layperson/common/non-technical/non-jargon speech/text Similar, but not equivalent, to pe'a and sa'enai. If a construct could be interpreted in a technical sense (such as the word "likelihood" in English in the field of statistics) but is not being used in that technical sense, it may be marked for layperson interpretation by this word. See also: pe'ainai.
preja
gismu rafsi: pej pe'a x1 spreads/expands over/into x2 from initial state x3. See also tcena, kuspe, ranji, fatri, muvdu, benji.