lojbo jufsisku
Lojban sentence search

Total: 53 result(s)
pinsi'a
lujvo s1=p1 prostrates him/herself/itself before s2. Cf. pinta, sinma.
tolsi'a
lujvo x1 disrespects/disregards/snubs/derides x2. Cf. to'e, sinma, tolsi'arai, ionai.
.i lo ni mi se sinma poi do jarco cu zmadu lo je'a se jerna
The honor you are giving me is more than I deserve.
ro remna cu jilra le remna poi ro vulko cu sinma ke'a
Every human envies the human admired by every Vulcan.
ca lo nu cpacu lo jdini kei ko'a cirko lo ka sinma ce'u
In accepting the money, he lost the respect of the people.
ko'oi no roi to'e sinma lo jai gau sabji be fi vo'a
Never bite the hand that feeds you.
ro remna cu jilra le remna poi ro vulko cu sinma ke'a
Every human envies the human admired by every Vulcan.
la alis pu ku sinma ja'a gi'e nai sidju vau mi
Alice did respect me but didn't help me.
do jerna lo ka se sinma vau lo ka carmi gunka
You are worth being respected for your hard work.
no prije cu se sinma lo se gugde be lo me vo'a moi
No wise man is respected by inhabitants of his own country.
censa
gismu rafsi: ces x1 is holy/sacred to person/people/culture/religion/cult/group x2. See also cevni, krici, latna, pruxi, lijda, sinma.
si'artersla
lujvo sl3 is an ceremony/celebration for recognizing/honoring si2 (object of esteem) with participants sl1=si1. Cf. sinma, salci, tersla, jmaji, jikca.
si'arxai
lujvo x1 (event) hurts/damages the respect/high regard/esteem for x2=s2 held by by s1 with result x4 (state). Cf. sinma, xrani.
si'astu
lujvo st1 is a place of honor/[shrine/podium/wall area/trophy case] for person/thing/[event] st2=si2 venerated/honored by si1 c.f. sinma stuzi tsina.
tolsi'arai
lujvo t1=s1 holds s2 in utmost contempt among set/range t4. Cf. to'e, sinma, traji, tolsi'a, ionai.
misno
gismu rafsi: mis mi'o x1 (person/object/event) is famous/renowned/is a celebrity among community of persons x2 (mass). Also celebrated/well-known; (derogative meanings:) notorious/infamous (= malmi'o; these could also be expressed using the referenced words). See also se sinma, banli.