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experimental cmavo scalar intensifier: very... rei'e:ru'e:milxe ; noi'e:na'oi:cnano ; sai'e:sai:mutce ; cai'e:cai:tcetce. See http://mw.lojban.org/papri/zipcpi:_scalar_modifiers
experimental cmavo Indicator for moderate or normal attitudinal intensity Used to indicate the "default" intensity of attitudinals, the intensity that is implied when for example using a bare "ui" (which is in-between "sai" and "ru'e"). Useful mostly together with pei. Derived from cnano.
mi do zu sai ba'o penmi .i .e'u mi'o paroi je reroi xalka pinxe gi'e simta'a lo tolci'o je xamgu djedi
It's been so long since we've met, let's have a drink or two and talk about the good old days.
.oi sai mi pu ze'u denpa lo nu mi te benji lo se dunda lo pe mi mamta .i ku'i mutce nabmi
Agh. I waited for a long time for the receipt of a present from my mother. However, it's very problematic.
mi manci lo nu bau lo za'u slovo bangu lo valsi be lo titla tasta ca lo cfari pu valsi lo silna tasta vau sai
I find it amazing that in the Slavic languages the word “sweet” originally meant “salty”!
ja'e lo xlamau mi ze'a lo masti be li ji'ixa cu de'a sai lumci lo mi flira fo lo mokau jisygau
To make things worse, I pretty much stopped washing my face with any kind of cleanser for about six months
cmavo-compound restrictive relative phrase marker: semi-permanently associated to; will remain associated unless something breaks that relation Proposed as a variation of po with less semantic-boundary difficulties, while freeing up po for reassignment in dialects/forks. Legal ownership is a possible relation; it could also mean, say, the chair assigned to you in an office, which will remain 'your' chair until reassigned, where mere pe could just mean the one you're sitting on. do'esai could be a variation to associate a bridi or the subject of the bridi, e.g. 'ti stizu do'esai mi'. See pecai, pe, ponse, po'a
gismu rafsi: sai x1 (mass) is a meal composed of dishes including x2. x2 is a course/dish of meal x1 (= selsai for reordered places). See also barja, stasu, gusta, sanso.
experimental cmavo replace recent mistakenly uttered text The lo'ai ... sa'ai ... le'ai replacement construct asks the listener to replace the text after lo'ai with the text after sa'ai. The order sa'ai ... lo'ai ... le'ai is also allowed, and either or both parts can be omitted and thus left up to context. When both parts are omitted, the word le'ai on its own indicates that a mistake was made while leaving all the details up to context. It is also possible to attach SAI to a le'ai construct: le'ai dai (or le'ai da'oi ko'a) indicates that someone else made a mistake; le'ai pei asks whether someone else made a mistake; and sai, ru'e and cu'i can be used to indicate the importance of the substitution. Furthermore, le'ai nai can be used to explicitly deny mistakes instead of acknowledging them (compare "sic").
i ku'i co'i ma lo cevni nu zukte cu punji lo pruxi lo fukpi tarbi pe ne'i lo cipra tu'urvau i xu go'i co'i sai lo nu co'a bu'u jmive
But when would divine intervention place a soul in a cloned fertilized egg in a test tube? Would this occur at the exact moment when life begins therein?