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experimental cmavo universial famyma'o: terminates the most recently opened construct or clause. cu'au looks back for the most recently opened construct that has not been terminated, and emulates whatever famyma'o would terminate it. It can also be subscripted with xi, and will terminate that many times. Note that that means grammatical function is being put in a xi clause, so be careful when using it. Additionally, cu'au xi ro will terminate all the way up to the last sentence-starting word (.i mi klama lo zarci pe lo pendo be mi cu'au xi ro -> .i mi klama lo zarci pe lo pendo be mi cu'au-be'o-ku-ge'u-ku-vau). This will also terminate to sentences started in lu (will NOT emulate li'u UNLESS used multiple times), ni'o, and no'i. It will NOT emulate le'u. In addition to ro, it can be subscripted with da'a, which terminates to the sentence level, minus 1. In the previous example, this would just leave the vau remaining, and allow you to continue to add to the place structure of klama.
cmavo-compound restrictive relative phrase marker: permanently / inalienably associated with; it is impossible or near-impossible to break that relation Proposed as a variation of po'e with less semantic-boundary difficulties, while freeing up po'e for reassignment in dialects/forks. Most words that the concept of 'inalienable possession' applies to, e.g. birka, mamta, or even pendo in some natlangs, have a convenient be place to be used instead with a better-defined meaning. However, this may be used for any relation that is impossible-or-nigh-impossible to break, e.g. the car you worked on and made custom modifications to for years; in a sense, it will still be "your car" even if you sold it. do'ecai could be a variation to associate a bridi or the subject of the bridi, e.g. 'ti karce do'ecai mi'. See also pesai, pe
le nanla no'u la mulis. cu ganse le ka le tirxu cu pendo ku gi'e te preti le nu la teris. djica le nu te jarco tu'a le tcadu my.
The boy, who was Mooli, could tell that Terry was friendly, so he asked Terry if he would like to be shown the city.