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mi ro roi jinga se rai lo ka clani
I always win being the tallest one.
ro prenu cu su'o va'e lo ka bebna
Every person is stupid to some degree.
mi ba zukte ro da lo nu do nelci mi
I would do everything so that you like me.
le cipra poi ro tadni cu fliba ke'a cu nadmau le cipra poi ro tadni cu snada ke'a
The exam that every student failed is harder than the exam that every student passed.
lo pu jatna be la mergu'e cu du lo ro merko poi se slabu ro jatna be lo gugde
The former president of the United States is the only American who knows the president of every country.
lo ro gleki lanzu cu simsysi'u .i ro da poi tolgleki lanzu cu tolgleki sekai su'o steci be da
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
lo ro gleki lanzu cu simsysi'u .i lo ro tolgleki lanzu cu fricysi'u lo ka tolgleki tai ma kau
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
le cipra poi ro tadni cu fliba ke'a cu nadmau le cipra poi ro tadni cu snada ke'a
The exam that every student failed is harder than the exam that every student passed.
lo pu jatna be le merko cu du lo ro merko poi se slabu ro jatna be lo gugde
The former president of the United States is the only American who knows the president of every country.
no'ai
experimental cmavo digit/number: absolute zero; nothing; there does not exist; ∄ Mathematically equivalent to no, but implies lack of negative values, especially on a scale (va'e/va'ei e.g.). Equivalent to "rone'e no". Cf. no'e'u, su'o, ro, su'oi, ro'oi
omni
fu'ivla x1 has relation x2 (binary ka) with everything [that has property x3 (ka)] Usable for "omni-" prefix in tanru or lujvo. e.g. omniscient (= omnyju'o), omnipotent (= omnyka'e), omnipresent (= omnyzva), omniglot (= omnyselbau), omnivore (= omnycti). See ro, roda, roldza
su'ero
cmavo-compound digit/number: any number "Not more than all"; idiom to indicate that any number (within contextual limits, i.e. rone'e bi'i ro) would satisfy the predicate. su'ono "at least zero" is also usable in contexts where negative numbers aren't meaningful (e.g. most quantifiers). See xe'e, xo'e
xau'o'o
experimental cmavo mekso convention cancellation This word is followed by an evaluated li clause (yielding specifically a number n, which probably is a non-negative integer, or a set thereof (the elements of which will also be denoted by simply n, for simplicity) ). It repeals the nth most recent/last convention (counting backward) for mekso/mathematical expressions defined by xau'e'o. In order to repeal all such conventions (returning to the conventions specified by some grammar collection), the set should include all integers less than or equal to some sufficiently large integer (which might be ro); ro denotes the first rule defined (the last rule counting backward from the most recent)- it does not reference "all rules defined"; the most recent rule is denoted by pa. Any named body/ordered collection of rules (such as ".pemas.") is treated as being only one rule for the purposes of such counting.
lo ro gleki lanzu cu simxu lo ka simsa .i ro da poi tolgleki lanzu cu tolgleki tai lo me da moi
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
lo ro gleki lanzu cu simsysi'u .i ro da poi tolgleki lanzu cu tolgleki tai de poi lo ka no'a tai ke'a cu steci da
All happy families resemble each other, each unhappy family is unhappy in its own way.
ko'a pluka citka ro stasu muclai e ro molylai pe le toknu bo seljukpa je selpilka nanba mo'u lo nu va'ucmo
He savoured every spoonful of his soup and every mouthful of the roast and crusty bread until he finished it with a sigh.