lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 1287 result(s)
gismu rafsi: xis xi'o x1 pertains to the Christian religion/culture/nationality in aspect x2. See also jegvo, lijda.
gismu rafsi: xub x1 is a quantity of buckwheat/rhubarb/sorrel grass of species/strain x2. See also spati.
gismu rafsi: xuk x1 is a turkey [food/bird] of species/breed x2. See also cipni.
gismu rafsi: rul x1 is a/the flower/blossom/bloom [body-part] of plant/species x2; (adjective:) x1 is floral. See also spati.
gismu rafsi: zaj x1 is a gymnast at/performs gymnastics feat x2. See also sluji, dansu.
gismu rafsi: zar zau x1 approves of/gives favor to plan/action x2 (object/event). See also cmavo list zau, natfe.
gismu rafsi: zin zi'i x1 is a quantity of/contains/is made of zinc (Zn); [metaphor: hard metal]. See also jinme.
gismu rafsi: zmi x1 is automatic in function x2 under conditions x3. See also macnu.
gismu rafsi: zmu x1 is a quantity of maize/corn [grain] of species/strain x2. See also gurni.
gismu rafsi: zut tse x1 sits [assumes sitting position] on surface x2. See also stizu, cpana, vreta.
lujvo x1 is a lujvo-like cmevla meaning x2 Refers to words like lojban, which are built from rafsi like lujvo, but ends in a consonant and is therefore a cmevla rather than a lujvo. See cmevo. Syn. jvocmevla.
lujvo k1 separates affix compound k2 into its constituent affixes k3; k1 does morphological analysis. Cf. lujvo, katna, rafsi, lanli, rafske, genturfa'i
lujvo x1=r1=l1 is a prefix for word/concept x2=r2=l2, form/properties x3=r3, language x4=r4 Cf. selyli'erafsi, rafsi, valsi, lujvo, pagbu
experimental gismu x1 is a dinosaur [specific: only clade Dinosauria] of type x2 living in era x3. A gismu version of dinsauru; contrast with dinso. Includes birds. Proposed short rafsi: -rex-. Preferred to reksa (for the sake of short rafsi). See also: ketslau.
lujvo x1=r1=l1 is a suffix for word/concept x2=r2=l2, form/properties x3=r3, language x4=r4 Cf. li'enrafsi, rafsi, valsi, lujvo, pagbu
lujvo x1 is a tcizbaga word A tcizbaga word looks like a lujvo morphologically (though it may contain undefined gismu or rafsi) but it is defined as a fu'ivla/zi'evla.