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la tom rinsa la meris lo nu ty. xansli
Tom greets Mary by waving his hand.
zo coi mifra lo nu rinsa vau lo bangu
"coi" is a greeting encoded in language.
krorinsa
lujvo r1=k1 curtseys in front of r2. Cf. korcu, rinsa, krosa'i.
tolrinsa
lujvo r1 opposite of greets / offers goodbyes to r2 in manner r3 (action). Made from to'e + rinsa.
lo nu mi pu tolrinsa da na naka'enai rinka lo nu mi na ba rinsa da
The fact that I said farewell to someone in the past doesn't necessarily mean I won't greet them in the future.
mi pu rinsa la alis ta'i lo ka jai gau slilu fai lo mi xance
I greeted Alice by waving my hand.
mi pu ganse lo nu lo rinsa be mi cu sutra slilu
I felt my heart beating fast.
co'oi
experimental cmavo Combination of {coi} and {co'o}, indicating either greetings or partings according to context. The scalar negated forms of this COI are apparently identical to its positive form. cf. coi, co'o, rinsa, tolrinsa.
friti
gismu rafsi: fit x1 offers/proffers x2 [offering] to x3 with conditions x4. (x4 may be nu canja, nu pleji, etc.; an unconditional offering has the 'condition' of acceptance); x2 may be a specific object, a commodity (mass), an event, or a property; pedantically, for objects/commodities, this is sumti-raising from ownership of the object/commodity (= posfriti, posyselfriti for unambiguous semantics). See also canja, dunda, rinsa, vecnu, jdima, cnemu, pleji, vitke.