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ronte
experimental gismu x1 is a rodent [can be a member of eutherian mammal Rodentia; semantic broadening might subjectively generalize the concept somewhat] of subtaxon/type/genus/species/breed/variety x2 gismu version of: ratcnrodentia, rontnrodentia. Meant for any rodent in general (more general than ratcu, smacu). Semantic broadening may allow for any "small, scurrying mammal" to be so named. For the subjective generalization of concept to any "small scurrying mammal" made explicit, unambiguous, and clear: rontysmimabru.
rontnrodentia
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a rodent [can only be a member of eutherian mammal Rodentia] of subtaxon/type/genus/species/breed/variety x2 Meant for any rodent in general (more general than ratcu, smacu). If ronte is accepted as an official (non-experimental) gismu, this word would be dispreferred to ronte or rontnrodentia. If ronte is accepted as an official non-experimental gismu, this word is preferred to ratcnrodentia. While ronte should, strictly speaking, refer to only scientifically-classified rodents, semantic broadening might allow its use to refer to any "small, scurrying mammal"; this word would be used for semantic disambiguation, its only allowed reference set is that of scientifically-classified rodents (order Rodentia).
ratcnrodentia
obsolete fu'ivla x1 is a rodent [member of eutherian mammal Rodentia] of subtaxon/type/genus/species/breed/variety x2 Meant for any rodent in general (more general than ratcu, smacu). See also: ratcu, smacu, ronte. If ronte is accepted as an official (non-experimental) gismu, this word would be dispreferred to ronte or rontnrodentia; presently, whether only Rodentia or any "small, scurrying mammal" can be so-referred is vague (although probably preference is the strict sense of only Rodentia).
rontysmimabru
lujvo x1 is a rodent-like mammal of type/species/taxon/breed x2, rodent-like in property x3 (ka). ronte is an experimental gismu. Probably includes any small, scurrying mammal. All members of mammal order Rodentia are rodent-like, by definition; the use of this word is not restricted to only that set, however.